2D Artwork: Transformers: Multiverse

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    More will follow and some are already available in their gallery as well.

    Seeds Of Deception will contribute with a War Within Skids one pager: "Tears". (Caution: there are no actual tears shed by mechs in the story)
     
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    "Memories"

    New Multiverse piece: Memories.

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    This is wonderful!
     
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    I liked the first one a lot, period.

    The second one, I think in concept is great, but I wish it had been "in fiction" instead. As it reads, (and I think this was the intent), it's an adult-fan's childhood expression of enthusiasm for the brand recreated.

    I think what would have been more powerful would have been if instead this was framed as the expressive work of a child IN the G1 universe who had encountered/witnessed/been-saved-by the Transformers.

    Especially in contrast to modern story telling where the adults humans on Earth often react sensibly to giant alien robots (i.e. with caution, mistrust, fear), a child might well react by thinking "THIS IS AWESOME" even when faced with the realities of these titans. Which would be interesting to explore.

    Just a thought :) 
     

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