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Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye, Volume 7

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  • Title: Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye, Volume 7
  • Author: James Roberts Alex Milne Atilio Rojo
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye, Volume 7

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Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye, Volume 7

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  1. This storyline marked an end of sorts a lot of the longstanding mysteries from the early days of the series the sparkeater, the origin of quantum engines, Rung playing with a Lost Light model four million years before the Autobots acquired the vessels and probably a few I missed This was anothe exemplary time travel tale that brought to full circle these lingering mysteries.This is a welcome return to the heights of storytelling it has been flirting with silliness in some odd few issues Returni [...]


  2. When I reviewed early volumes of More than Meets the Eye, I said it was like all your childhood friends getting on a spaceship and going off to have adventures But it s actually quite a lot better than that, because the imaginary adventures I had with my childhood friends seldom made much sense or had any sort of narrative cohesion Another analogy I ve used for this series is that it s like the best of Transformers meets the best of Star Trek The Next Generation That s a bit of a better analogy, [...]


  3. More Than Meets the Eye tackles time travel Things start off strong, with the sad and unexpected fate of a character I rather liked and a chilling alternate Cybertron but despite some interesting sequences in Cybertron s past, something s off about the whole thing in the end Also, while they re certainly trying to do something worthwhile with Megatron, it feels like they haven t thought it out as thoroughly as they should have Complaints aside, this is still an interesting volume B


  4. About time travel the Lost Light chosen crew are about to take up and parallel universes Perceptor I m sorry, Rodimus, but parallel universes were dismissed years ago as a false construct They don t exist Sadly, the concept encourages second rate scientists to avoid the complicated implications of time travel.Wonderful timey wimey wobbly story.



  5. Poor Alex Milne He draws many a beautiful future city scape, gives consistent character detail and dimension to a large cast of multi form machines and manages to imbue them with the human like expressionism the writer requires All anyone wants to talk about is James Roberts, placing into the toy bot narrative discussions on society and sexuality, conflict and religion, and in this volume, well, probably the most carefully advance planned time travel stories in comics since Watchmen Oh fricking [...]


  6. Transformers More Than Meets the Eye Vol 7 continues the quest of the Lost Light crew as they adventure round the galaxy on their noble questing D The book is full of action and humour as with the previous books in the series this time with some Time Travel thrown in which explains a lot of the series ongoing plot lines and at the same time explaining a lot of the anomalies that have not been explained earlier and even this is given a humorous D The Message they received back along warning of do [...]


  7. The astonishing loopiness of the new Transformers dives into time travel, aptly titled Elegant Chaos This series continues to do what it does best give us real characters in the Transformers universe, packed with jokes Ofsted as the name of a lecture world and lovely artwork There is every reason to keep reading this.


  8. As much as I enjoy this series, think that it is good, and plan to continue reading it, I don t know if I will ever be able to rate it higher than a 3, or recommend it to anyone else because I still can t recognize these robots half the time that they show up on the page.


  9. Seven volumes in and I m still in awe of how effortlessly Roberts makes this ship full of robots feel like people, albeit complete buffoons and nutjobs, but still people MTMTE continues to be one of my favorite ongoing titles and the best Transformers comic I have ever read.



  10. This reminded me of some of the very best Doctor Who episodes Such a good and surprising book The series continues to be More Than Meets the Eye



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