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Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Volume 2 Paperback – October 30, 2012
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The Transformers by IDW has been a series of books that have ranged in quality because of the different writers over the years handling the franchise with their own attempts at weaving a story. Between Simon Furman's '-ation' saga and James Roberts' More than Meets the Eye, The Transformers have returned to a level of greatness that hasn't been felt in years.
More than Meets the Eye is one of the best Transformers books PERIOD. James Roberts handling of the franchise is an intimate one I learned having read Last Stand of the Wreckers. Nothing is taken for granted. No plot hole goes unnoticed or unfettered. Something so much as a random number or a name spoken in jest is just random. Everything has weight to each word. The shared art work by Nick Roche and Alex Milne is amazing and less incoherent than some books where different artists take turns telling a story.
In More than Meets the Eye, you will laugh, cry, get angry, and keep reading. It is just that good!
The two-issue arc at the beginning of this volume is an example of one kind of storytelling in this series: the punchy single event. It's solid, creepy, and a lot of fun. But it's the next issue where the author's real strength begins to show: James Roberts is the master of the multifaceted puzzle kind of storytelling, where nothing done is ever wasted, and even the smallest panel is a part of something big and powerful later. In the middle of this volume is where you'll get your first taste of the emotional bravery of this kind of storytelling. After that, you'll get the dark humor of the last two issues.
For range, for skill, for sheer power, I cannot recommend this series enough.
Some of the warriors (on both sides) have PTSD and that is addressed fairly well (I'm someone who treats people with PTSD).
There are some nice bits of humor in here as well, but it is neither forced nor stale. A very very good book.
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I have never hated a series as much as I hate this one. Every character in this book is either annoying or horrendously and infuriatingly awful. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Spike
this comic serise is so amazing. Words cannot describe the diversity of characters and the amazing story linesPublished 5 months ago by Dakota
Amazing, worth every penny, I have volumes 1-5 so far and will be buying them all.Published 14 months ago by TFAwesomeFan
Great writing and artistry. I love how they are building the story and plot up just like a novel.Published 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
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