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> The NTFA Store now accepts pre-orders for the March 2012 comics
post 23 December 2011, 02:39
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Lars Eriksson
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The NTFA Store is now accepting pre-orders for the March 2012 comics!

March is yet another good month for Transformers comics, with five titles in total, and a guest appearance in a sixth! Fans of the old Marvel series should check out the two paperbacks Transformers Classics, volume 3 and Classic G.I. Joe, volume 14. The latter includes G.I. Joe #138-142, which featured Megatron's reconstruction into a tank and led into the Transformers Generation 2 series.
The current Transformers series continues with mysteries to be solved in both Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #3 and Transformers: Robots in Disguise #3, and the last of 2010-2011's Transformers Ongoing series is collected in the paperback Transformers, volume 7: Chaos.
And if, after reading all these titles, you're tempted to draw some Transformers of your own, then you might find some useful tips in Nick Roche's How to draw Transformers - a 32-page paperback with step-by-step instructions how to draw your favourite robots.

G.I. Joe fans also have a nice assortment of titles to look forward to in March. Apart from the Classic G.I. Joe paperback mentioned above, IDW is also publishing another issue of the G.I. Joe Movie prequel series, G.I. Joe 2 Movie prequel #3, G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #176, the paperback Snake Eyes, volume 2: Cobra Civil War, plus that the nine-part storyline "Cobra Command" concludes in G.I. Joe #11, Snake-Eyes #11, and Cobra #11.

The G.I. Joe line-up doesn't end just yet though. IDW's intra-company crossover continues, and in March it is G.I. Joe's turn to fend off the demonic invasion, in Infestation 2: G.I. Joe #1 and #2. And to end March's line-up of IDW titles, the invasion also affects the Turtles, in Infestation 2: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 and #2.

The last day to pre-order these comics and paperbacks is Sunday 22 January 2012.

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