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Specifics: covers
Transformers: Generation One: Prime Directive > Issue #5
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While the Autobots fight on two fronts, Spike learns a terrible secret and Hallo plans a final solution.

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Synopsis

Thanks for helping me... pull myself together.

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Credits

Writers: Chris Sarracini
Pencils: Pat Lee
Inks: Rob Armstrong, Erik Sander
Backgrounds: Edwin Garcia
Colors: Ramil Sunga, Gary Yeung, Alan Wang
Flats: Kenny Li
Letters: Dreamer Design

  • Originally published: September 11, 2002
  • Chronology: Modern era
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Featured characters

(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

Autobots Decepticons Humans

Errors

  • Red Alert's presence was later explained as being an art error.

Quotes

  • None yet identified.

Items of note

  • The middle of the comic contains a two-page spread by James Raiz and Alan Wang with Kenny Li featuring Armada Transformers.
  • After the story, a letter by Adam Fortier apologizes for the delays in some of Dreamwave Productions' titles.
  • On the same page is a 3-panel humorous strip with Optimus Prime finding that the Matrix was "made in China".

Covers (3)

They're actually both looking for characterization.
Let's see what you can see...

This article is in need of images.

Specifics: alternate covers

all covers by Pat Lee

  • Cover A: Blaster with cassettes
  • Cover B: Soundwave with cassettes
  • Alternate Cover: Devastator (front) Reflector vs Perceptor (back)

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