Legios, if you can't find it online I'll get a copy for you in the next few days . It'll cost £2.70 + P&P.
Thanks anyway, but I have managed to obtain one. I actually quite enjoyed this issue - the more personal level of things after the "wide-screen" action motif of the previous issues worked better for me. I got much more invested in Ratchet's action sequence this issue than I did in the Ark-19 crash previously for some reason. Did like the art - quite loose and expressive and as a result suited the pace of the story. The Dead Universe thing didn't particularly grab me - and I have a fear it may not actually be all that relevant to the plot of this mini, which once again isn't that deep considering we are halfway through the series already. Fortunately Devestation is doing a better job so far at making it's running fight plot work than the previous mini did. Still on-board for next issue, and fairly looking forward to it, so it is doing something right.
The main thing I like about Devastation so far is that we haven't had cliff-hanger endings like this since G2. #3 had a triple cliff-hanger. That's how you get me: A: Back for more, B: Sticking with it in single issue, rather than trade, format.
Last Edit: Nov 30, 2007 22:11:19 GMT by The Doctor
Post by charlesrocketboy on Dec 4, 2007 22:44:23 GMT
Ratchet's reaction to Sixshot sells him as a uber-threat better than anything so far - if IDW Ratchet believes he can't do anything and can't save anyone and there's no point besides running as far as you can, then Sixshot must be terrifying.
Only problem with this issue is in the last panel, when the dialogue is attributed to the wrong people and Galvatron appears to be giving himself an order. Ooops!
I loved that panel! My fave episode so far, loved it from start to finish. Didn't seem to let up. Ratchet was ace fleeing from the absolutely terrifying Sixshot. I really like the expressions that Roche gets outa his robots. Doesn't look good for Earth though does it?
I was the one who let you know, I was your sorry ever after, '84, '85. Give me new toys and I'll decide, but I'm really only after, '84, '85.
Bebo was just another social media site before the term 'social media' was a term widely used. For a while it was more user-friendly and easier to set up than Facebook and was quite popular between the decline of Myspace as The Big Thing and Facebook becoming The All-Consuming Monster. Bebo was also better at maintaining privacy. Remember, the founder of Facebook has stated in public many times that he does not believe in a right to privacy.
I've run me own webservers since the mid-90s. Social Media is something I... avoid. My biggest regret though is that I've never been able to transform into a car. This is a privacy option I would like in my settings.