I think last issue and this issue, the resolution has become more and more clear. There's only one place where you can find a raft of new fairy tales these days. Only one place that can _laugh_ at Revise. Only one place where genre is not only broken, but nullified.
Where you can find a boy and a magic genie next to a girl with a magic wand next to a shadowy avenger of the night next to a survivor of the end of the world next to a man from the future sent back to right that which is wrong next to a girl unable to make meaningful human contact next to an aging man who is seeking to raise the next generation and pass what he's learned on to them next to a stern man who doesn't understand entirely how the world's changed since he was young and doesn't really want to accept it next to a father and son reunited creating a family they never knew.
... and that's just between one set of covers. Next to them is a story of the survival of one man in the Holocaust told through metaphor. Next to that is a fairy tale. Next to that is a musing on what it means to grow up and be a man and a father, next to that is a story of how glorious the world is, next to that is a vampire romance, next to that is a story of how war is glorious... and next to that is a story of how war is hell, and next to that is a warning that we are all on a road to a dystopian future, and next to that is... well.
You've all got those comics, don't you?
It's been twenty five years since Optimus Prime first graced newsstand shelves. That's the official launching of Transformers. (The entire story behind the toys comes from Marvel staff, as do their names.)