Friday, August 14, 2015
Certainly Hasbro would still sells the toys, but IDW certainly is not just putting a monthly book anymore. They have given well written fiction about these characters fans would appreciate and that makes the toys even more interesting defined on who they are no longer playing in the black & white, but also bordering in the grey area and the reasons why characters like Prowl seemed to be one of the intriguing characters besides Starscream.
“Now and On Earth” based on the title from one of Jim Thomspon’s crime novels is not only telling the story about Prime and Prowl’s fractured relationship it also delves on what Arcee’s agenda and how she deals with the remaining Decepticons on Earth at the same time how the significant players would take the next step in future issues.
This is no longer a comic book about just robots changing into vehicles and other things its how you’ll get to know more about the politics that plays out with the characters in what could be one of the best Transformers stories out there.
Next time: Transformers #43!