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Classic Transformers Volume 4 Paperback – Jul 16 2009


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Transformers Rises! Feb. 24 2013
By Timmy Diner - Published on Amazon.com
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I summarized this book as "Transformers Rises" because in this book, the tension really rises up and explodes... twice! Some memorable moments include the end of the Autobot internal conflict in the issue "Totaled". There's a return from some past characters and it ends in a massive saga called "Underbase saga". This book, in my opinion, contains the last bit of fun in the series.

The book starts with Fortress Max. and his group of autobots which later get involved with Grimlock's autobot in the Ark. The issue "Totaled" has to be one of the craziest issues in the series and after everything you read in book 3, you've been dying for it! Has two great characters face off and end off with every autobot fighting to the death!

After that first climax, the issues start trying to establish a return of a past leader and give him a new look. There are some really weird and random issues. Like how book 2 had random issues and the cartoon had random episodes like "Hoist goes to Hollywood", this book has some of these wacky issues but they are still enjoyable

The last 4 issues is the Underbase saga! This story is interesting as it introduced a back story of Cybertron that does not seemed used a lot. The story in general is full of mystery but ends in a giant sized issue 50! Issue 50 has to be insane. If you thought "Totaled" was crazy then this one will blow you away. It has every transformer battling an unstoppable robot which i will not spoil. Issue 50 is very enjoyable and any TF fan would love it but will all the action movies and shows up to date, this may feel predictable or stale.

Transformers came a long from since they crashed on earth. There was lots of build before but after reading this, it's nice to have 2 climatic issues that you leave speakless. Some issues are just out of place but there are still fun. Any TF fan who gets this book will be entertained if not overjoyed!
Excellent Jan. 14 2013
By Matthew Bartlett - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm glad to have another volume in the classic transformers comic series. I had searched like mad to find the original issues and now that they are all collected in this volume and in updated pages only makes that much better.
Bob Budiansky is somewhat slow in his writing because he ... April 22 2015
By The Kreole Kid - Published on Amazon.com
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Bob Budiansky is somewhat slow in his writing because he puts in a lot of dialogue and even has a narrator in his comics. He's still very but, he still has a cartoon element to his comics.
Beautiful collection of classic Transformers comics July 12 2014
By Andrew Alvarez - Published on Amazon.com
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Beautifully bound and recolored classic comics. Nice to be able to read them without having to dig for old and fragile individual issues from the 1980s and 1990s.
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Good Stuff April 24 2013
By Warwolf - Published on Amazon.com
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I really like the older Transformers comics. It is good to see them collected for reading ease. It is also way cheaper than going out and finding all the old issues.


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