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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the nuttiest of them all?

Megatron and Galvatron finally come face to face.

Published in: Transformers Annual 1989
Followed by: Prime Bomb!

Writer: Simon Furman (Plot), Ian Rimmer (Script)
Pencillers: Jeff Anderson, Geoff Senior, Will Simpson, Ron Smith
Art: Lee Sullivan
Lettering: Tom Frame
Colouring: Steve White

Contents

Synopsis

So many filthy captions...so little time!
Note: This story continues from the mainline comic story Dry Run!

Megatron tracks down Galvatron after being primed as a weapon by Shockwave. Unwilling to believe that Galvatron could be his future self, Megatron violently attacks him, much to Galvatron’s annoyance. Afraid that he might destroy himself if he fights back with all his power, Galvatron manages to keep Megatron at bay. Only when Galvatron mentions that Starscream would one day throw the damaged Megatron into space does Megatron calm down.

Intrigued, Megatron asks what Galvatron did to Starscream. Upon learning the answer, decides that the two have a lot in common, and that they should perhaps join forces.

Dun-dun-duuuunnnnnnnnnn!

Note: This story is continued in the mainline comic story Time Wars.


Errors

TBA


Items of note

  • Shockwave conceived the idea of using Megatron as a weapon in "Enemy Action" and recovered Megatron's body in "Salvage!".
  • The reference to Starscream is, of course, a reference to the events of The Transformers: The Movie, after the Battle of Autobot City, which is part of the future-past in one of the UK comic's timelines.

Reprints

  • This story was reprinted in the Titan Books trade paperback "Time Wars".
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