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Series: Starfleet Academy
Writer(s): Chris Cooper
Penciller(s): Chris Renaud
Inker(s): Andy Lanning
Publication information
Publisher: Marvel
Published: December 1996



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Cadet Matt Decker does his best to get a good training assignment but winds up on Omega Squad with Nog of Ferenginar, Kamilah Goldstein, Pava of Andor, and T'Priell of Vulcan. Nog fails to ingratiate himself with his fellow cadets and a care package from his uncle Quark turns a holodeck training scenario into a deadly encounter with the Gorn.

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Dominion • Omega Training Squad • StarfleetStarfleet AcademyStarfleet SecurityUnited Federation of Planets


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(Redirected to Movie Prequel (2007) article)

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

What exactly am I?

Transformers: Movie Prequel, called Transformers: Official Movie Prequel on the covers and Prime Directive in solicitations, is IDW Publishing's four-issue comic series which serves as a foundation and backstory for the 2007 Transformers live-action movie. Two special one-shot issues, distributed for free in association with Target, were also published under the exact same name, at the same time, by the same company, with the same creative team; they are listed here as well.

Official Movie Prequel(s): »
Prequel Specials:
Prequel miniseries:



Thanks for helping me... pull myself together.

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Creative team

Movie Prequel was produced primarily by the team that spawned The War Within and The Gathering: writer Simon Furman and penciler Don Figueroa. IDW editor-in-chief Chris Ryall also assisted with the writing.

Items of note

  • The series was originally released without a story title, as "Transformers Official Movie Prequel". The original working title, "Prime Directive" (which was also the title of the first Dreamwave Generation One mini-series and the working title of the movie's script), was included in the original scripts, and was also mentioned in early solicitations for the series.[1]
  • Two comics originally produced in cooperation with Target (later also collected as the Movie Prequel Special) were also both originally released under the title Transformers: Movie Prequel, and tie in to the story of this series (although the later-released Target comic contradicts issue 4).
  • An animated version of this comic (with voice acting), named Transformers: Beginnings, was included on a special bonus disc included with a Wal-Mart exclusive edition of the Movie DVD.


  • Transformers: Movie Prequel TPB (June 5, 2007) ISBN 978-1600100666

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