Jul 22 2010, 11:23 AM
Didn't see a discussion thread for this comic, and upon the suggestion that I simply start one of my own, I decided to do exactly that.
Short version? It looks like we're getting a pretty cool conclusion to this series. NEST Vs. the Initiative.
Now, aside from Armorhide (who was identified onscreen) and Blazemaster, are there any other identifiable mechs under the Initiative's control?
Aug 3 2010, 10:54 AM
Even thought I'm not a fan of the movie setting, i still find this the most interesting book coming out of IDW right now.
Aug 8 2010, 11:23 PM
Trying to figure out who was under the Initiative's control (wanted to figure out the Featured characters for the wiki...) and I was surprised to see Buzzsaw, as I thought he got killed in Soundwave's assault on the Initiative mobile base in Nefarious #4. Was that a goof, did I misread last issue (Movieverse art is hard to follow) or am I just on crack?
Aug 8 2010, 11:56 PM
The first thing the Initiative did was bring Ravage back to life, so it might be logical to assume that ALL their minions were killed first.
Aug 9 2010, 02:39 PM
But it looked like Buzzsaw was still under Soundwave, not a minion of the Initiative
Aug 9 2010, 11:02 PM
I wasn't particularly a fan of this one. All the muddy face designs and the horribly skinned humans, the lack of any coherency....meh.
I'll take ongoing over this, and that's saying a lot. Rarely has an issue left me feeling so blah.
Aug 10 2010, 12:25 AM
And here I thought the old man's motivation is revenge on an entire race... Turns out he's a machine hating luddite.
Aug 10 2010, 12:02 PM
Carter killing the Intiative members via remote-transforming appliances was genius. Killed by your own shredder or tossed out of the window by the heater!
Art is still horrible, but I enjoy this story much more then the ongoing. Next issue will be interesting, as the Bots will have to face their own revived comarades... I counted Armorhide (2007 toy), Landmine, Evac, plus Thrust too.
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