Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by The Kup, Jan 15, 2017.
TRANSFORMERS TILL ALL ARE ONE #7 10 COPY INCV (NOV160421)
TRANSFORMERS TILL ALL ARE ONE #7 SUBSCRIPTION VAR (NOV160420)
I am not much of a Windblade\'s design, but man she looks beautiful in this picture with the lighting.
Love that first image.
I guess Chromia's traffic offenses and speeding tickets finally caught up to her.
Is the first one metroplex's brain? Kinda looks that way. Also has anyone realized that IDW really likes the whole "character silhoutte against a larger sphereical object/planet".
Now I remember what this reminds me of
Yes that's what it is, and yes that's the established and reoccurring theme.
Blue is the new Purple.
I\'m really enjoying these covers! It\'s nice to see the TFs and their world looking all shiny and reflective.
Or, y'know... like, her being a sociopathic terrorist bomber with innocent blood on her hands, who has eluded justice for her crimes since 2014.
I feel bad for Chromia. Much as this punishment was forthcoming, I can't bring myself to care about the faceless and, until very recently, nameless, Transformers that were killed.
Be that as it may, however, I wish the whole plot line didn't happen in the first place.
I think Scott underestimated just how significant a burden / black mark she was placing on Chromia for the sake of a "big twist". Unless she was prepared to carry through on the moral and ethical issues involved, she probably shouldn't have done it.
I don't mourn the individual, faceless, undeveloped Cybertronians she killed because I didn't know them. But that's not the point... Chromia should have cared about such things. I do care about the crime, what it represents, and how it reflects on not only the psychology of the character (who I think is somewhat irredeemable at this point), but also on the quality of the writing.
And when I say "irredeemable," I mean that her crime and the mentality behind it can't be waved away. You can't make easy apologies for her and pretend it doesn't matter. I don't think she gets to bounce back and be straightforwardly sympathetic.
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