Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by ezim93, Mar 4, 2015.
Perfect for me!
So if I pay 30$ I will get them all
last i saw, around $16 would get them all.
This is awesome, I had a few volumes but went above average to get them all anyway.
Has anyone brought up that the comics are digital?
How does that word make any sense in that sentence? Think about what you're writing.
Do you actually get paper copies of the comics or is it only a digital copy?
Is this for an electronic copy?
Digital but no DRM so you can put them on several devices. So I have them right now on my desktop computer, but will put them on my laptop and Kindle Fire to read wherever the need.
I've just committed to buying the TPBs, so I'm slightly annoyed by this.
I triple dipped for some friends. This is the best charity. I use them to prevent my bank from stealing my last 8 bucks every month. Feels good to support charity, get something and screw my bank all at once.
Best deal ever...
$16.25 gets you everything... and in HQ PDF downloadable. Unbelivable.
You can even adjust how what you pay/offer is devided between IDW, Hasboro charity and the Tip to Humble.
Better than Comixology because you get the "Negatives" in a sense... the raw HQ PDF you can distribute to family etc or print if you want to dead tree format.
Just bought the set for $17. Dunno if I'll get around to reading them, but my kids will.
bought this on day one for 14 bucks and couldnt be happier. Immediately cancelled my Scribd subsctiption (pretty cool service if you haven't tried it) because 12 volumes plus will keep me busy for a really long time.
This was pretty cool donate to charity and get some TF comics? Win all around.
What is the difference between PDF(HQ) and regular PDF?
One file is 70MB while the other is 700MB
What's the difference between this bundle and the last? I missed out last time, and I forgot what was offered. =(
If I remember right, I think Dark Cybertron takes place between v5 and v6 of MtMte. Not sure about Robots in Disguise but I think it's the same since they both have roughly the same story arcs breaks.
I really hope DRM-free comics become the norm at some point. I don't much care for COmixology but any comic that's DRM-free I try to pick up if I have to cash as a show of support for it. Currently, Image, IDW and Top Shelf release comics as DRM and it seems more are following suit. Of course, Marvel and DC will likely be the last to go DRM while claiming in some way it's special because they're doing it.
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