Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by GirlBot, Dec 22, 2016.
I don't think it has been posted yet.
[EXCLUSIVE] IDW Preview: Transformers: Till All Are One #6
ugh, tigatron and airazor's dialogue continues to be awful.
Great seeing some good team work working here.
That\'s some amazing artwork there! I love how expressive all the characters are; none of them look static at all!
Cool. The comics are better the must of the TF cartoons. How sad is that. I hope Beast Wars gets a comic again one day.
Well most of them are couples.
Lol have you watched beast wars?
Tigatron = king of overwrought dialogue.
Tigatron and Airazor saving the day!
It's the watermark of Adventures in Poor Taste, the site that uploaded the preview. It's on all of the pages.
Love seeing me some Tigatron / Airazer . I love how every thing past annd present make the future . Every thing G1 , G2 BW ,BM PRIME ect are all in one universe I dig it hardcore .
This doesn't look bad but Tigatron and Airazor's romance has always irked me. Their relationship was quite frankly, boring during Beast Wars (especially compared to Blackarachnia and Silverbolt's which I believe was better executed).
Worst of all is that Scott writes them even more cringey here.
I love Tigatron and AirRazor. KnockOut needs some love too, where did his Conjux go.
I really, really hope they don't kill Sparkstalker. His little Mauve Shirt background appearances and his relationship with Litebrite have been a lot of fun.
I've got to say Margrid Scott continues to surprise me with some of the better writing in the idw verse. She's now my favorite behind Roberts.
(Yes I even love the cheese-fest Tigertron-Airrazor stuff. Like bad Shakesperian knock off stuff, or Twilight, but intentional. It's a joke, just roll with it.)
And even though it was Barber's idea to make Starscream leader of Cybertron, Scott really sells it with the Windblade Strarscream dynamic.
Now here's my problem: the concept of an armada of titans bearing down on Cybertron (even if you handwave that they're dead, like Cybertronian "walkers" and only 20% of their full potential) they are going down too easy and there is no way only two and a half functional Titans (Metroplex and Metrotitan from Earth and Carcer who is supposedly half starved and salvaged) they killed the titan from the Beast planet so maybe the Velocitron Titan is available?
Just like the Combiner Wars it was a great idea in the writers room but it just didn't have the weight on the page, and in only 12-odd issues it just felt rushed and the full implications seem in answered.
By the end of this arc, I suspect that the good guys will triumph, maybe there will be some shock-value casualties (none of the A-list of course, plot armor and all) and there will be a ridiculous number of CITY-SIZED MILE HIGH Titans defeated.
This is like a lone X-wing blowing up multiple Death Stars. It's implausible and takes the drama out of the story. Why would anyone be scared of Megatron when everyone can team up and take out a city sized threat on a Tuesday?
My understanding, from the MTMTE lead-up, is that these Titans were all pretty much broken and dead anyway. With little power or anything in the way of weapons, and having already been killed once before, I think they're more weight of numbers/sheer size than any individual threat.
Fair enough. I'm more interesting in seeing all the cameo characters take them out than in them being any kind of credible threat, but I get wanting threats to have more staying power.
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