Comics for kids

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  1. naldopr

    naldopr Well-Known Member

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    Hi my 7 years old son love transformers and he ask for books or comics, i just want to know if is there a TF comics for kids? Any sugestion will be apreciated
    Thanks in advanse
     
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    No no, he asked for a TFW comic. ;) 
     
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    thanks all of you I will try those and yep is fix now lol
     
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    ok now in my case I always love TF I like to collect them and watch the movies etc. I never had a chance to read a tf comic book and I will like to start reading
    what will be your recommendation for me to start, there so many new one to choose from!!
    thank you in advance
     
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    For you, you need Last Stand of the Wreckers.

    Then you can follow the ongoing series by IDW. Start be reading the Death of Optimus Prime one-shot, then start reading More than Meets the Eye and Robots in Disguise from the beginning.

    A trade is coming out next month collecting Death of OP and MtMtE 1-5.

    Also, you should totally the Marvel stuff (US and UK) which is collected in those TF Classics volumes posted earlier.
     
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    If you're already getting the original marvel run for your kid, read that yourself as well! It's a little cheesy by today's standards, but if you're a fan from back in the day it'll be great nostalgia, and the original comics still contain some of the best moments we've seen.
     
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    thanks to all. love this community!!!
     
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    Wreckers and the ongoing are pretty good for teenagers or adults, but they aren't very kid friendly since you have robots being killed in rather gruesome ways.
     
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    Earth force is definitely as kiddie as the marvel stuff ever got. Fallen star (from the same series) is also quite child friendly.
    Really, the whole Marvel run is just fine, but for kids start with the earlier stuff.
     

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