Art was interesting as not seen artists work before and thought it nice enough. Not seeing the good JB.. everyone has still been dropped on their heads, the dialogue is silted at best and still punctured by eye rolling references to some cartoon 30 years ago.
As ever I give IDW TF comics a fresh shot a couple of times a year, but this is still a pass from me.
Art was interesting as not seen artists work before and thought it nice enough.
I know the artist is a friend of some here but I'm sorry I didn't like the style. In particular I thought the faces were poor and a bit indistinct. It's me, I like my art clear and well defined and this didn't do it for me. Much prefer Milne/Roche.
At one point during the Clampdown, Scrounge was walking past Maccadam's New Oil House carrying some conductors. Post Hoc Not long thereafter, he could be found scrounging for trash in the deepest, darkest slums of Cybertron. He still has a special arm. How many others are like it is unknown at this point.
Before the war, Scrounge was begging on the streets and would often receive money from Bumblebee who insisted he not spend it all on Simultronics. When Bumblebee had a bad day at work, he was unable to give Scrounge any money.
During the war, Scrounge fell in with the Autobots, but was on the list of warriors to be utilized only as a last resort, presumably because, like Wheelie, he's low on useful skills. (Besides his special arm, of course. There is, after all, no other like it.)
He was seen on the Orvus Base space station orbiting over Salvvatan VI, mere seconds before Sixshot ripped through it. Sixshot threw Scrounge through the main viewing monitor, presumably out of jealousy of his special arm. After all, he has six modes but nothing like it!