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Incredible Change-Bots Paperback – September 11, 2007
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Jeffrey Brown is the best selling author and illustrator of the middle grade Jedi Academy series, as well as the Darth Vader and Son series. When he was a kid, Jeffrey always dreamed of growing up to draw comics and make books for a living—and now he’s living that dream! Jeffrey has written a number of autobiographical books for adults (Clumsy, Unlikely, and A Matter of Life, among others, all from Top Shelf Productions), humorous graphic novels about cats (Cat Getting Out of a Bag, Cats Are Weird, from Chronicle Books), and parodies like Incredible Change-Bots (and its two sequels, all also from Top Shelf).
His most recent project has been 40,000 years in the making: Lucy & Andy Neanderthal! Lucy and Andy are a brother and sister living in the stone age, where they struggle to survive mammoths, cave bears, and their own sibling rivalry. Lucy & Andy Book Two: The Stone Cold Age is available now.
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Maybe I was expecting something WAAYYY funnier than this, but to be honest the story was merely OK and really not satisfying. Despite the fact that I own all the Transformers cartoons on DVD, and I'm a fairly big Trans-Fan (and I have an inner 12-year old), I feel like maybe I'm not the target audience for these 2 books.
Think about it... There IS SO MUCH comedy material in the Transformers cartoons, comics, and movies... it's a literal comedy goldmine! But the author seemed to skip 95%, and while telling the mediocre and simplistic story, the few jokes he did make were more of the "smile" variety, not the "ROFL" variety.
I truly wanted to ROFL. I truly did.
I was disappoint.
Maybe I get get a few bucks for them on ebay, or donate to my local library...