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Transformers Lost Light #5 (Subscription Variant B)

IDW: May 10, 2017   Writer: James Roberts   Art: Jack Lawrence   Cover: Alex Milne  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 82771401209500531   Diamond ID: FEB170415   GCIN: 968525

It's TEAM RODIMUS versus a universe gone wrong! An alternate Cybertron is being torn apart as the malevolent Functionist Council implement a plan that's been millions of years in the making. But with victory within their reach, they find themselves up against someone who really shouldn't exist: MEGATRON.

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