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Series: Transformers: Armada/Energon

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Transformers Preview by Chris Sarracinipreview
Transformers: Armada #1 by Chris Sarracini1
Transformers: Armada #2 by Chris Sarracini2
Transformers: Armada #3 by Chris Sarracini3
Transformers: Armada #4 by Chris Sarracini4
Transformers: Armada #5 by Chris Sarracini5
Transformers Armada: Free Comic Book Day 2003 by Brandon EastonFree Comic Book Day
Transformers: Armada #6 by Simon Furman6
Transformers: Armada #7 by Simon Furman7
Transformers: Armada #8 by Simon Furman8
Transformers: Armada #9 by Simon Furman9
Transformers: Armada #10 by Simon Furman10
Transformers: Armada #11 by Simon Furman11
Transformers: Armada #12 - Fire & Ice by Simon Furman12
Transformers: Armada #13 by Simon Furman13
Transformers: Armada #14 - Worlds Collide, Part 1 by Simon Furman14
Transformers: Armada #15 - Worlds Collide, Part 2 by Simon Furman15
Transformers: Armada #16 - Worlds Collide, Part 3 by Simon Furman16
Transformers: Armada #17 - Worlds Collide, Part 4 by Simon Furman17
Transformers: Armada #18 - The End by Simon Furman18
Transformers: Energon #19 - This Evil Reborn by Simon Furman19
Transformers: Energon #22 - What Lies Beneath, Part Three by Simon Furman22
Transformers: Energon #24 - Aftershock by Simon Furman24
Transformers: Energon #25 - Omni-Potent by Simon Furman25
Transformers: Energon #28 - Multiplicity, Part 3 by Simon Furman28
Transformers: Energon #29 - Multiplicity, Part 4 by Simon Furman29
Transformers: Energon #30 - No Exit by Simon Furman30

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Series description

Dreamwave's 2002-2004 Transformers comic series, originally titled Armada but renamed Energon starting with issue #19.

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