- Oct 27, 2017
Biggest issues with Strafe are 1) she doesn't show up all that much, and 2) she does so in issues drawn by Silvio Ramondelli which I hate.
I loved the Marvel comics too, but let's not kid ourselves: comparing them to MTMTE is like comparing your average 80's superhero comic to Watchmen. They're not even written for the same demographics.Maybe it's nostalgia speaking, but I have quite fond memories of Marvel US around #65 and onwards. It was the first time I considered Transformers could be dark. It made #50 where a giant Starscream kills everyone look like camp Adam West. Furman wrote Transformers to be living beings each with their own personality traits and faults. Nothing after that could come close to scratching that itch. Is there a way to obtain the Marvel UK run legally?
Yeah, pretty much. Lost Light was screwed over by 1) coming after one of the best comics every written, period, Transformers or otherwise, and especially 2) being massively rushed towards the end due to the franchise-wide reboot, which meant bad thigns for:
That was indeed awesome. And I wouldn't be a proper Roberts fanboy if I didn't point out that it spins off from the "disposable class" concept he introduced. :)
Hasbro Pulse has them listed as shipping April 1st, if that means anything.
Dope, thanks. I kept seeing them pop up in various places but I had no idea where they were in terms of actual release date for US since TFWiki has them releasing in like April/June for Japan.
It's cool that Starscream is into yoga, but that green Haro really should stop skipping leg day. :)
This is the massive book of all the different drawings of the toys right?Transformers Generations book is getting another print and you can preorder it now on amazon.co.jp.
Found out about it a while ago and seemed like something I would like, but that was after the last time they printed it.
I got a two-left-legged Animated Wreck-Gar from BBTS once... and I live in Spain. However, they were gallant enough to send me a replacement, without even asking for me to return the faulty one first. Granted, at that point I was a regular, but still, really cool people there.
It's kinda okay. Definitely low budget, so you should go in with low expectations.
I really, really hate modern TF instructions. Dark gray overdetailed drawings (or worse, photos) where actual part outlines meld into fucking panel lines; thank you so much Hasbro. Even from a company making decisions that have me staring in disbelief pretty much every month, this one still manages to stand out. >:(
What’s the official name? Should I finish IDW continuity first?So the new Transformers comic debuted
Story begins on pre-war Cybertron, Megatron is on talking terms with Orion Pax but is leading a rally akin to his anti-ruling senate rallying and direction in the older series. Only less violent and warlike, so far at least, and they're called Asenticons, shouldn't take long to be the faction we've come to know them as :V
Also seems there's a new character that's being made as the force behind the Asenticons; Termagax. Not much about her is known outside of a quote by her at the start of the issue.
Book seems to put focus on Rubble, Bumblebee and Windblade. Rubble's the rookie and is under Bumblebee's care.
The issue ends with the trio approaching Brainstorm's lab...but Brainstorm's dead....