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Transformers, Vol. 10: Last Stand Paperback – Aug 1 2005

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Bob Budiansky worked on Avengers and Sleepwalker in addition to Transformers. Jose Delbo's non-Transformers work includes Conan the Barbarian, New Adventures of Superman, Teen Titans, Thundercats and Wonder Woman.

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Mostly filler material... Jan. 9 2010
By James Lansberry - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase this set of stories takes place between the big event in issue #50 and the start of legendary TF scribe Simon Furman in issue #56. Featuring the mediocre menace of the Mecannibals, and the Decepticon Pretenders and Powermasters. Big-name `Bots and `Cons are few and far between, as the feature characters are the Autobot Pretenders and Micromasters (one who ends up becoming a pro wrestler -- no, really!)
If you're a completist, then this set is more up your alley. If not, you're better off looking for the individual issues themselves.