In comparison to Simon Furman's other Transformers epics, this is pretty sedate and conventional, although it serves as a bridge between the Time Wars collection and the earlier stories.
The writing is solid and well-executed, as Furman had by this point grown completely comfortable with the setting and characters, and was happily forging his own way.
The main strength of this book is the art. By this time, the UK comic had far outstripped the US comic in terms of art and this looks absolutely gorgeous.
We revisit some of the Movie's locations, and check in with some of the Movie's characters, and Furman gives us more of a look at the post-Movie Cybertron, and the state of the war between the Autobots and Decepticons now that Unicron has gone. In fact, there is one very interesting sequence as the two factions realise that they are in as much trouble with each other and decide to do something about it.
Good solid stuff, if not the most exciting Transformers story you'll ever read.
Fan note: This story contains the only comic appearance of the giant Metroplex, and boy does he make his appearance memorable!