Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Sockie, Mar 18, 2017.
Transformers vs. G.I. Joe: The Movie Adaptation preview - Transformers News - TFW2005
That art again, huh?
I immediately don\'t care anymore.
well...at least it's as ugly and incoherent as the regular series was...yay for consistency?
Only took 11 minutes for people to whinge. 'magine reading the preview of a comic you don't like and not liking the preview of the comic? What a world that would be.
Starscream`s blue optics?
The concept, and of course, the art... Fabulous Scioli. Whatever happen in the future, we have the chance that our franchise had at one point this kind of comic book. Of course it must divide people. Kind of remind me when Milligan/Allred took X-Force. Anyway, awesome, come on wednesday!
People like that are why the fandom can't get along.
are we sure this isn't the comic adaptation of the new bay movie?
Can't wait to get my hands on a copy. This series is cheesy and campy fun in the best of ways.
Story was campy fun. Too bad the art makes my eyes bleed.
Oh God my eyes are bleeding.....
WHY. Who asked for this? Most GI Joe and TF fans I know here hated the series too. Why do we need what is basically the same story, just re-done again in a movie adaptation format?
Can't we have a PROPER crossover? I am sorry to say, but this thing makes me yearn for Serpent-OR and the Devil's Due crossovers...
I dunno what "whinging" is, is it whining while winging?
I am excited!!!
I'm always down for more Scioli, I wish this series could go on forever.
It sold well and there were many in the larger comic community (not just TF or Joe fans) who loved it.
Also, we just had Revolution, so you're not exactly short on "proper" crossovers, whatever that means.
Definition of WHINGE
gi joe: check
well, sure looks like a proper crossover to me...
I have literally not seen a single person say they hate these comics on this forum. I've seem them whine about the artwork (which seems to just be people missing the point) but nothing negative in regards to the story.
Maybe it's a combo of whine and cringe?
As long as they get a good director to direct it, I'm cautiously interested.
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