Transformers Classics Volume 2

The historic comic book roots of The Transformers are re-presented for maximum Cybertronian enjoyment. Collecting issues from the original run, rejoin Optimus Prime and Megatron and their competing factions as their war stretches across the cosmos. Freshly re-mastered and re-colored, these stories are accompanied by an in-depth introduction as well as select issue notes by Mark W. Bellomo.

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  1. Aaron Palmer "Aaron" says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Nel Yomtov’s cowboy coloring, February 12, 2012
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    Aaron Palmer “Aaron” (brooklyn) –
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    This review is from: Transformers Classics Volume 2 (Paperback)

    This book was advertised as being recolored, “goodbye purple Soundwave”… but changing Soundwave from purple to blue was about all they did. Starscream’s chest is still blue and there isn’t a panel in the whole book where the Coneheads are colored correctly. On the positive side, this book includes issue #22 and #23. They were left out in IDW’s past edition of this trade because they did not have permission to use the Marvel owned character called Circuit Breaker.

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  2. mark twain says:
    3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Don Perlin gets a chance to shine, February 2, 2012
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    mark twain (USA) –

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    This review is from: Transformers Classics Volume 2 (Paperback)

    The little known Ghost Rider artist, Don Perlin, gets to display his artistic talents in this book. Not known as a super star artist; Don’s distinctive cartoony style was a mainstay at Marvel. It’s nice to see he found a book to showcase what he’s capable of. He is one of the Marvel atrists that made the title the classic it is today. Don was also a regular on the Defenders. That was another not so well known Marvel team book. Unlike the cartoon series, the comics took a different direction. The story lines had them fighting super powered humans who wanted to preserve the earth. If you are a fan of the cartoon series this only adds to your knowledge of the mythology. I became a fan after the 1986 animated feature film and never stopped since.

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