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Transformers Armada #3

Pathetic mudball!
Publisher Dreamwave Productions
Date published October 16, 2002
Cover date October, 2002
Written by Chris Sarracini
Pencils by James Raiz
Inks by Rob Armstrong, Erik Sander
Backgrounds by Edwin Garcia
Colors by Alan Wang, Ramil Sunga
Graphic design by Paul Villafuerte
Letters by Dreamer Design
Edits by Matt Moylan
Editor-in-chief Roger Lee
Continuity Dreamwave Armada continuity

Millions of years after the Great War started, a trio of Earth kids finds a group of deactivated Mini-Cons.

Contents

Synopsis

The war on Cybertron wages on for millions of years, with the Decepticons quickly becoming the dominant force on the planet. The escaped Mini-Cons, meanwhile, experience some engine trouble. Their ship crashes into the Moon, with half of it breaking off and falling to Earth.

Millions of years later, Rad, Carlos, and Alexis unveil Project Supernova: a cardboard plane supported by balloons and with a dummy as a rider. Though they get it to fly, a pair of bullies pops the balloons. As Rad climbs down to look for the dummy's helmet, he falls into a crevice, finds the crashed Mini-Con ship, and accidentally activates a homing beacon that alerts both the Decepticons and the Autobots to their presence on Earth, prompting both groups to open space bridge portals (the Decepticons to claim the Mini-Cons, and the Autobots to stop them). He also wakes up Sparkplug and the Street Action Team, whom he hides in his garage despite Alexis's reservations.

The next morning, they find that not only have the Mini-Cons repaired themselves with the tools they found, but they're created a real, working version of Project Supernova. As they fly off, Sparkplug remarks that the fun has just begun, not realizing that Megatron is looming right behind them.

Featured characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

Autobots Decepticons Humans Mini-Cons

Quotes

  • None yet identified.

Errors

  • The Mini-Con computer displays English text.

Items of note

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Covers (2)

Aliens! Oh wait...

— both covers by James Raiz

  • Regular cover: Starscream and the other Decepticons above the Earth
  • Alternate cover: Mini-Cons in field stare in terror

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This article uses material from the "Dreamwave Armada issue 3" article on the Transformers wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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