San Diego International Comic Con has just ended and those of us in attendance are in recovery. However, I wouldn’t want you to go without this weeks Transformers comic book review. I was in line for the Marvel Animation panel, the line was extending outdoors and as I heard the San Diego Symphony playing Star Wars in the distance- I read TF: RID 31 on my trusty Windows Phone.
Prepare for a trip to the 1980s. Seriously, that is what this issue feels like and I’m willing to bet the entire series just might be the same. It’s a different take on a mash up of two of the biggest franchises out there. Just how well does IDW pull it off?
Last issue of Windblade things got messy. Windblade and Chromia were captured by Starscream. They barely got out alive and things go from bad to worse as we head into the fourth and final issue. Are you ready for a twist?
Last issue the Lost Light (space ship) with all our fun loving Autobots, Megatron, and Cyclonus still onboard starting disappearing. They boarded their shuttles and evacuated and watched as the Lost Light became no more. Poof! What happens next is a bit odd and the mystery deepens!
Wow, wow, wow! Windblade is back and the action is intense and nearly non-stop.
Last issue, Windblade and Chromia recruited some bots, including the famous Blur and a reporter, to get evidence against Starscream. Only problem is they were ambushed!
Questions are beginning to be answered, but more questions are popping up in this mysterious story where Megatron is now an Autobot in command of the Lost Light. Okay, so maybe it’s Co Captain with Rodimus, but as you may recall from last issue- Rodimus’ body was found! Joy, Oh Joy that’s a pleasant surprise and an even bigger twist.
The PowerPuff Girls are back and just as good as last time. This issue picks up right were issue 9 left off. So we get to see what happened after The RowdyRuff Boys an The Boogie Man crashed the girls beloved 3D concert. Continue reading
The PowerPuff Girls monthly series has been out for a little while now, but does it capture the lightheartedness of the old tv show? Continue reading
When I go anywhere that has people discussing anime, I always hear people talking about the fact that sports anime is just people playing sports. If that is not being said, it’s that the genre is incredibly formulaic. These assumption are fairly wrong. It’s not to say that they are completely off base either though. Sports anime, like most other genres, does tend to follow a pattern most of the time. It is also true that sports are played. Though there is more substance to a good number of series. You also don’t have to like sports to enjoy these shows. I’m not a sports fan at all, but yet this has become one of personal favorite genres in anime. So, I’m going to list a few and tell you how the series plays out and why you might want to give it a try.