[Read] ➲ Transformers: Robots in Disguise, Volume 3 Author John Barber – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk



10 thoughts on “Transformers: Robots in Disguise, Volume 3

  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Transformers Robots in Disguise, Volume 3 kicks off from the previous book with a side twist into Prime s investigation of Bludgeon and the theft of the time travel ship D Then the story moves back onto the current plot lines with the the call for elections looming and Starscreams unexpected endorsement from a Titan DThroughout Transformers Robots in Disguise, Volume 3 keeps you guessing throwing wrenches and Transformers into the gears relentlessly really turning plots around and back aga Transformers Robots in Disguise, Volume 3 kicks off from the previous book with a side twist into Prime s investigation of Bludgeon and the theft of the time travel ship D Then the story moves back onto the current plot lines with the the call for elections looming and Starscreams unexpected endorsement from a Titan DThroughout Transformers Robots in Disguise, Volume 3 keeps you guessing throwing wrenches and Transformers into the gears relentlessly really turning plots around and back again before you can blink D Prowl and Starscream really show there ruthless sides again when they have Arcee eliminate and capture a group of Decepticon Warmongers then calmly drag of Shockwave and Soundwave as well as blackmail Starscream D Transformers Robots in Disguise, Volume 3 really set things up for the future books and neatly dovetails with other events DThe art style is deliberately different throughout and really helps to tell the scrips tale in brilliant style D The panels also enable this really giving us feel for the times that are being explored throughout D The character are clearly portrayed as is the action and the blurring of the art styles really helps the script brilliantly DTransformers Robots in Disguise, Volume 3 is clever and action packed D Throughout it is inventive on an epic level that will keep you guessing throughout and the twist and turn will take you by surprise at how ruthless, practical, fun and brilliant they are, and highly recommended


  2. says:

    Wow I m starting to get blown away by these IDW Transformers comics The storyline here is getting so, so good Also, the art is amazing The retro comic look that they did for Nova Prime and the distant past Cybertron looks like it came straight out of the 80 s, ink dot colors and all I ve never seen a style intentionally done that way and it s one of the coolest modern comic effects I ve ever seen And the ending here Sheer awesomeness Highly recommended


  3. says:

    I wasn t sure of this edition at first due to a confusingly written time travel section that didn t quite work then we started getting flashbacks to Nova Prime done in the style of 1980 s comics from Marvel and I was sold such a great TF book


  4. says:

    First comic 3, second one 2,5 though I liked the retro parts , the last one 4 team Prowl Starcream rule First comic 3, second one 2,5 though I liked the retro parts , the last one 4 team Prowl Starcream rule


  5. says:

    This franchise continues to overextend itself to fit in as many characters as possible, to the detriment of the bigger picture.


  6. says:

    The political struggle continues and evolves with every issue I could do without some of the side back story that seems a little out of place, but other than that the series is next to flawless.


  7. says:

    If someone had told me a year ago that the best political thriller in modern comics was in a Transformers book, I would have laughed at them But holy crap, guys, this is legit.


  8. says:

    So let s see How do I break down exactly how I felt about this particular volume of Robots in Disguise Well, first off, I loved a lot of the art for various reasons While the story itself was a bit difficult to wrap my head around, I loved the fact that it allowed for some interesting panels Take the one below, for instance There s a lot of jumping back and forth in time in this part of our story, and the panels manage to evoke that perfectly I also really liked the fact that there s a lo So let s see How do I break down exactly how I felt about this particular volume of Robots in Disguise Well, first off, I loved a lot of the art for various reasons While the story itself was a bit difficult to wrap my head around, I loved the fact that it allowed for some interesting panels Take the one below, for instance There s a lot of jumping back and forth in time in this part of our story, and the panels manage to evoke that perfectly I also really liked the fact that there s a lotbackstory given in this volume I learned a lot about Optimus Prime Orion Pax and his crew There s also an annual issue in here that hearkens back to the Transformers of old, and so I was able to get some insight into how their whole civilization came to be in the first place Which, of course, further cemented in my mind that war is inevitable They are always at war, even when they think they re not, and I sense that s coming around again The tension keeps mounting Starscream, Bumblebee, Prowl and Metalhawk are all part of this never ending series of backstabbing and undermining one another It s gotten to the point where I feel anxious every time I open a new issue I m terrified that war is on the horizon, and yet I can t stop reading because I have to know which side will win I put side in quotes because let me tell you, I m not even sure who is backing who any at this point It s all so twisted I suppose politics always are Then, there s Arcee She s quickly become my favorite here, mainly because she s decided that the only person she backs is herself I don t know which side she s on It s possible she ll make me angry later For now though, she s my favorite She s the perfect example of an assassin, and yet I think there s somethingthan that to her Time will tell So why the three star rating Mainly, I just wasn t feeling this volume There s a lot of backstory, some gorgeous art, but at the very basic level it felt like there was something missing This series hasn t had the same kind of levity as MTMtE, and I ve accepted that, but even so I felt like something besides that was missing I can t put my finger on it Still, the ending was a cliffhanger and a half I can t wait to see what happens next


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    Hmm Not much to say about this volume It mainly concentrates on the political war between Bumblebee Prowl and Starscream, except there s a backstory that is being told from the mind of Omega Supreme that relates to the events of Dark Cybertron.I think what happened on terms of writing was John Barber was in charge of the Dark Cybertron lead up and collision while James Roberts was kind of doing his own thing until Dark Cybertron, view spoiler when Windblade could finally show up giving the i Hmm Not much to say about this volume It mainly concentrates on the political war between Bumblebee Prowl and Starscream, except there s a backstory that is being told from the mind of Omega Supreme that relates to the events of Dark Cybertron.I think what happened on terms of writing was John Barber was in charge of the Dark Cybertron lead up and collision while James Roberts was kind of doing his own thing until Dark Cybertron, view spoiler when Windblade could finally show up giving the impression that her and her crew were the Knights of Cybertron hide spoiler.The ending on this one didn t have the impact it should have with me because I haven t even gotten into the original volumes yet and I started on the opposite end of the spectrum with this series instead of the beginningin other words, because I started with Dark Cybertron, I know who s alive and who s dead by the time the plot gets there That isn t my fault I received those issues as birthday and Christmas gifts the year they came out and had no idea what I was walking into with these characters.But, because this one ended the way it did, I look forward to the next volume, and am believing that it improves with the drama


  10. says:

    This volume,than any of the others is extremely mixed It starts out with an Optimus Prime Orion Pax story where he visits a planet which is having a very strange problem with jumping around in time The whole story is completely disjointed by this time travel and makes no sense It s not time travel as clever way to build surprising elements, it s time travel as surrealism and the net result is impossible to follow But then it goes to a book which tells a story mixing flashbacks from the This volume,than any of the others is extremely mixed It starts out with an Optimus Prime Orion Pax story where he visits a planet which is having a very strange problem with jumping around in time The whole story is completely disjointed by this time travel and makes no sense It s not time travel as clever way to build surprising elements, it s time travel as surrealism and the net result is impossible to follow But then it goes to a book which tells a story mixing flashbacks from the early history of Cybertron withmodern things and the early history of Cybertron part is drawn in a style which very distinctly references the first issue of the Marvel Transformers series both in terms of line style and models, but also even in terms of color process It s a lovely way to show an old timey scene So that got good marks And it finishes out withpolitical intrigue and so forth In total, it winds up in the middle


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