If you're wondering whether to get Transformers Twenty-four To stay at home, or go out through your door Before you make your choice Listen to my nagging voice Before the comic comes out tomorrow Decide whether to buy or from a library borrow Written especially for you It's my special pre-release review!
Post by Andy Turnbull on Sept 11, 2011 11:24:07 GMT
Livio Raimondelli would have been a good fit for G2. The Autobots hit Cybertron and there's a slight skirmish with Galvatron. We see Kimia and the only interesting thing about that is that it possesses an alt-mode.
The story grinds to a screeching halt, as the momentum that had been established in the last two issues has been wasted. We go back to the less dense storytelling of Mike Costa. Disappointing.
I can't honestly say this did much for me. The dialogue felt rather juvenile and pulled me out of the story multiple times. Though, part 1 into a 4 part-story, I'm not that clear what the story actually is though. Maybe I'm missing something, but what was the point of it?
I'll tune back into the comics when the #125 thingy comes out.
Last Edit: Sept 11, 2011 11:37:30 GMT by The Doctor
I thought the art on this issue was lovely. But there wasn't a great deal of actual story content to the issue. It felt extremely thin content-wise. Hence I haven't picked up ish 25 and I suspect that I shall stay bailed out until ish 125 emerges.