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Transformers Classics Volume 2 Paperback – January 24, 2012
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We start off with Rock & Roll Out, a good story that despite having proper introductions for 6 new characters (Hoist, Tracks, Grapple, Skids, Smokescreen & Jetfire) isn't quite as good as most of the episodes from the second season of the cartoon. Likewise for I, Robot Master (not bad but the appearance of Marvel comics makes it seem like they want to retcon the Spider-Man crossover) and Plight of the Bumblebee (again not bad but it offered nothing that hadn't been done already in Crisis of Command). But those are the worst stories in this collection. Now we move on to a streak of really good issues that will last until about halfway through the next volume. We come to a high point in Budiansky's run with "The Smelting Pool". This is an excellent little story that also serves as a proper introduction for Perceptor, Blaster & the series 2 mini-bots. Apart from Blaster they don't really do anything after this, but it's still a good introduction. "The Bridge To Nowhere" is a great follow-up. "Command Performances" is an awesome introduction for Omega Supreme. Sadly, this is the only cool moment he has in the comic. In his next appearance he'll shrink significantly and in his last appearance he'll be beaten by Starscream & before that freakin' Buzzsaw (Laserbeak's brother, who by the way was felled by Omega in his first issue). Issue #20, Showdown is another excellent story that is like the Season 2 spotlight episode Skids never had. We then get great introductions for the Aerialbots & the Stunticons in "Aerialbots Over America" & "Heavy Traffic".Read more ›
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I loved the show as a kid and this book grants me a more mature and personality driven version of the same universe. A must read for Transfans!Published 8 months ago by Akau Anyieth
Love it! I can finally collect all the G1 Transformers books. I know I'll get flamed for saying this but it's better than the show.Published 12 months ago by S. Graham
A great collection of classic Transformers comics. The pages were recolored to cover the original "dotty look" of the originals.Published 18 months ago by A. B. Crain
This fantastic book has a number of 13 issues of the original comic series of The Transformers from the 80's. Read morePublished on June 6, 2013 by Anthony