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  1. #11
    I personally don't mind crossovers if they work. But this crossover seems very forced. I still think that GI Joe might be better off with Marvel/Disney. Maybe we'd get some really good Joe comics from Marvel (Hickman, Remender, Brubaker, Aaron, Way, and Hama). In my opinion only Jonathan Hickman could pull off a TF/Joe comic.

  2. #12

    Smile

    Right now it's only half the cast, but it's the half that was left with Megatron & Rodimus at the end of MTMTE. Issue one is already out, go give it a try

    IDW has a 5 page preview if you want to check it out: https://www.idwpublishing.com/produc...-lost-light-1/
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    I've dutifully bought all of the titles and the trade sized kick off. I've read it all. Even though it seems to have released in a jumbled order, so my reading retread a few things. It's not good. It's the worst Scarlet that I think I've ever read.

    It's no wonder my home shop has three pull box copies and two shelf copies a month.

    I've tried to not complain because at least there's Joe titles being made - but seeing everyone here lamenting the titles as well has me feeling talkative. How does one vote with their dollars when the whole franchise seems so fragile these days?

  4. #14
    Glad I'm not the only one who thinks the portrayal of Scarlet was terrible. She appeared to a trigger happy, murderous, psychopath. Throughout the series she is basically condoning the capture, torture and dissection of various Transformers.

    Also, the Sgt. Savage mini-comic in Joe #1 is bizarre. The bagged issue costs $5 extra for this. IDW could have easily included this story as a bonus in the regular edition of the comic. I wonder if IDW and Hasbro are going to be introducing elements of Savage and Extreme into the new continuity?

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    Read GIJoe #1 (Reconstruction) this morning. More of the same. I abandoned it about 16 pages in. The only part that was good was Rock & Roll asking Skywarp for a ride. Those three panels made me laugh. Otherwise - terrible.

    I'm sure Aubrey Sitterson and Giannis Milonogiannis are fine creators of other things, but this wasn't good.