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Classic Transformers Volume 3 (v. 3) Paperback – February 17, 2009
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For Marvel Comics he's drawn the X-Men, Sub-Mariner and most recently contributed to a Hugo nominated Captain Britain Graphic Novel 'Vampire State'. He's drawn Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Flash amongst others, for DC Comics. For both companies, he's written and drawn graphic stories featuring the many incarnations of Star Trek. In the UK he's been the main artist on the relaunched Doctor Who franchise, recently drawing the first BBC commissioned graphic novel Only Good Dalek, working with long time Doctor Who novelist Justin Richards.
For Norway, he's the artist on the Varg Veum series of graphic novels, written by the character's creator Gunnar Staalesen.
He's also author of the first Welsh language graphic novel Y Mabinogi, itself an adaptation of an animated feature based on the Welsh myth cycle. Outside of comics, he's also written for the Star Trek book series - 'Starfleet Corps of Engineers'.
Based in Cardiff, Wales his studio is a stone's throw away from The Rift featured in the Torchwood TV series. Often, after a day spent drawing the comic book adventures of Doctor Who he finds himself walking through the filming of the actual show.
As a storyboard artist, Mike has worked on many pre-school shows, Bobinogs; Claude; Cym Teg; Fireman Sam; Grandpa In My Pocket; Hana's Helpline; Igam Ogam and more. He storyboarded the BAFTA nominated short Day On The Beach, and recently worked on storyboards for the Ultramarines CGI movie.
Top Customer Reviews
On to the comics. I love the old school pen and ink comics from my era, the 1970's. Without all the computer enhancements. The writers have set up a great mythology and I can't stop buying all these volumes until the story is finished. When I look at some of these stories, sure, some of them are silly. However they have an innocence that is very scarce in comic books today. Everything has to be dark, brooding and serious today for the modern reader.
When I look at what is available today for comics, I have to say a lot of the super hero ones are sadly lacking. Transformers was in a class all by itself because each robot had a distinct personality. If you like fun comics, this is a collection you can't beat. It's at an economical price. In comparison to lots of graphic novels today this is a bargain.