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eBook Transformers: Animated Movie Adaptation ePub

by Don Figueroa,Bob Budiansky

  • ISBN: 1600100511
  • Category: Graphic Novels
  • Subcategory: Funnies
  • Author: Don Figueroa,Bob Budiansky
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: IDW Publishing; Anniversary edition (May 22, 2007)
  • Pages: 104
  • ePub book: 1325 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1947 kb
  • Other: lit mobi doc azw
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 151

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Transformers: The Animated Movie is a re-telling of the original animated movie which came out back in 1986. The only thing that I was able to get into was the artwork by Don Figueroa. The character designs are awesome all around.

Transformers: The Animated Movie is a re-telling of the original animated movie which came out back in 1986. This graphic novel is published by IDW,and it contains all four volumes of the series which were being released individually beginning in October of 2006. It was released in conjuction with the re-release of Transformers: The Movie, as part of the movies 20th anniversary. But then again, it should be no surprise anyway because IDW has been making some noise in the artwork department concerning both Transformers and .

by Bob Budiansky and Don Figueroa. Before the release of the all-new, live-action Transformers movie next summer, take an extended look back at the classic animated 1986 Transformers: The Movie

by Bob Budiansky and Don Figueroa. Before the release of the all-new, live-action Transformers movie next summer, take an extended look back at the classic animated 1986 Transformers: The Movie.

Before the release of the all-new, live-action Transformers movie next. Start by marking Transformers: The Animated Movie as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Joining present-day TF legend, artist Don Figueroa, is returning writer and fellow TF master Bob Budiansky, the man responsible for some of the most beloved '80s Transformers comics. Together, they present this Before the release of the all-new, live-action Transformers movie next summer, take an extended look back at the classic animated 1986 Transformers: The Movie.

He also created the Marvel character Sleepwalker and wrote all 33 issues of that comic. Budiansky was born in The Bronx, New York, where he attended public school, then went on to the State University of New York at Buffalo. He was "reintroduced" to comics while in college during the early 1970s

Bob Budiansky (w), Don Figueroa (a & c) 20th Anniversary Celebration! Before the release of the all-new, live-action Transformers movie next summer, take an extended look back at a classic ? the animated 1986 Transformers: The Movie.

Bob Budiansky (w), Don Figueroa (a & c) 20th Anniversary Celebration! Before the release of the all-new, live-action Transformers movie next summer, take an extended look back at a classic ? the animated 1986 Transformers: The Movie. Together, they present this four-part adaptation, adding in extra scenes and little touches for fans of all ages.

Before the release of the all-new, live-action Transformers movie next summer, take an extended look back at the classic animated 1986 Transformers: The Movie.

Bob Budiansky was the writer of most of the Marvel US Transformers comic book series and the creator of much of the mythos, characters, and names behind the first several years of the franchise. In late 1983, Hasbro approached Marvel Comics to create a storyline around a series of transforming toy robots they had licensed from Takara.

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W) Bob Budiansky (A) Don Figueroa

W) Bob Budiansky (A) Don Figueroa. 20th Anniversary Celebration! The world-shattering conclusion of the 4-part adaptation of the classic 1986 TRANSFORMERS movie! Unicron sets out to destroy the Transformers' home planet Cybertron-and only the power of the Matrix can stop him! Written by long-time GenOne scribe Bob Budiansky and illustrated by Trans fan-fave artist, Don Figueroa. In Shops: Jan 31, 2007. View All Items In This Series.

Transformers: Animated Movie Adaptation Company: IDW Publishing Publication Date: January 1st, 2007. Written by long-time GenOne scribe Bob Budiansky and illustrated by Trans fan-fave artist, Don Figueroa. Summary Of This Issue: 20th Anniversary Celebration! The world-shattering conclusion of the 4-part adaptation of the classic 1986 TRANSFORMERS movie! Unicron sets out to destroy the Transformers' home planet Cybertron- and only the power of the Matrix can stop him! Written by long-time GenOne scribe Bob Budiansky and illustrated by Trans fan-fave artist, Don Figueroa. People Who Worked On This Comic Book: Bob Budiansky (Comic Writer). Don Figueroa (Comic Artist).

Before the release of the all-new, live-action Transformers movie next summer, take an extended look back at the classic animated 1986 Transformers: The Movie. Joining present-day TF legend, artist Don Figueroa, is returning writer and fellow TF master Bob Budiansky, the man responsible for some of the most beloved '80s Transformers comics. Together, they present this four-part adaptation, adding in extra scenes and little touches for fans of all ages.

Comments

Era Era
Artwork is really nice, but it isn't a full-sized comic book. It's smaller and harder to see the art to appreciate it. I read this graphic novel would explain the absence of the other combiners, but it had half a page showing Superion, Omega Supreme, Menasor and Bruticus shooting at each other. That was it. Overall, it's OK...pretty much copies the movie word for word.
Oghmaghma Oghmaghma
so much cut out.better to just watch the dvd.but if you are a die hard fan then ok,but remember this is a mini comic. not full sized
Blackbeard Blackbeard
Definitely a beautiful book, as we see the current best Transformers comic book artist team up with the writer of the original Marvel Comic (and creator of most of the most iconic Transformers names and functions!) to bring you a nice re-telling of this classic 1986 animated film that bridged the 2nd and 3rd seasons of the original television series (Transformers: The Complete Series (25th Anniversary Matrix of Leadership Edition)) together.

The movie itself (The Transformers - The Movie) is so wonderfully animated, that even one of the best comic artists that I know of could only match it and not surpass it. Beautiful book to look at for sure. Seeing what the notably absent Omega Supreme and the Combiner/Gestalt teams were up to during the movie was a needed add-in, fun to behold, and one of the biggest reasons I purchased this book (that and the art), although I wished that they clarified that whole "Thundercracker-became-Scourge but did Skywarp-or-an-Insecticon-become-Cyclonus?" thing for once and for all.
INwhite INwhite
Perfect for that one person who loves comics.
Oppebro Oppebro
I have loved IDW's Transformers series so far, and this translation of the original movie to comic form is very well done. Everything is there, plus a few extra moments. Yet the comic feels a bit machine-made. Perhaps because I know the story too well, but it seems sticks a little /too/ well to the movie. Though it would have been nice to have them change it a bit, perhaps it is for the better than they just left the story alone.

All in all, a very good translation of the original movie!
Arador Arador
I love this film
Ariseym Ariseym
Originally written 8-3-10

In the year of 2005, the Decepticons finally conquered Cybertron and drove the Autobots off the planet. Now, with a city on Earth and on two of Cybertron's moons. The Autobots are planning a full scale attack, but lack the energy to carry out the mission. Meanwhile, Megatron has a plan of his own to wipe out the Autobots once and for all. The situation only gets worst as a planet sized, world devouring machine called Unicron suddenly appears.-summary

Written by Bob Budiansky, whom also happens to be the writer of the original Transformers comic book series by Marvel. Which is also now being re-released as the graphic novel Classic Transformers. Transformers: The Animated Movie is a re-telling of the original animated movie which came out back in 1986. This graphic novel is published by IDW,and it contains all four volumes of the series which were being released individually beginning in October of 2006. It was released in conjuction with the re-release of Transformers: The Movie, as part of the movies 20th anniversary. This series was first rumored, then it was later billed as the version that contained scenes that were cut from the original movie.

Those who saw the original movie will more than likely remember that it received quite a bit of negative feedback. Besides the fact that the movie depicted graphic character deaths. It left many other popular characters fates up in the air, with many of them disappearing to never be heard from again. Well, I'm sorry to break the news to the long time fans out there. But don't expect to learn much about what happened to those robots from this book. If your only reason for being interested in this book is to learn the fates of numerous fan favorites such as: Autobots - Mirage, Hound, Red Alert, or even Bluestreak. Then you're not going to get that. However, you're going to learn the fate of Decepticon Shockwave, and the identity crisis concerning Decepticon Cyclonus is finally cleared up.

The book is a near accurate re-telling of the movie indeed. It maintains the serious tone, dark setting and atmosphere. The robots are really trying hard to kill each other, and the action is pretty much non stop. The plot is still the same, and it contains all of the deaths from the movie, as well as those who were seen dead. But as a long time fan, I feel this book was almost a complete waste of my time. The writers of the original movie claimed that they cut many scenes due to most of the viewers being children. This made sense 20 years ago, but not when this book was released. All of those children who locked themselves in their rooms for weeks are grown ups now. Therefore, I see no reason in toning down the violence, and leaving the attack on Autobot City with such a truncated finish.

I wouldn't be so harsh on the book had it stuck to being an exact re-telling of the movie. But they went on ahead introducing new material. For example, the whereabouts of the Autobot and Decepticon combiners is revealed. Why? Seriously, who cares about that? We learned their fates back then, because they all appeared in the new seasons alive and well. Why go this route if you're not going to show more? Fans wanted to know exactly what happened to their favorites who didn't make it into the later seasons.

Transformers: The Animated Movie is clearly meant for those who have vast knowledge of the series. In other words, this book is only for fans. The book does not hold up well as a stand alone for non fans at all. There is almost zero character development, and the plot is more choppy than the movie. For instance, characters already seem to know the names of enemies and potential friends before their names were even mentioned. I can't think of any reason why a non fan should even bother with this.

The only thing that I was able to get into was the artwork by Don Figueroa. The character designs are awesome all around. But then again, it should be no surprise anyway because IDW has been making some noise in the artwork department concerning both Transformers and G.I. Joe. The action panels have some cool moments as well, with the robots taking some very clean shots. I can just sit back and admire the artwork alone. The writing style has its moments and it can be both campy and dark at times. However, some of the original dialogue has been altered with classic lines being removed; such as Megatron's final words to Ironhide before killing him in the space shuttle.

The writing format is worth mentioning also. There are things mentioned such as Energon, which is explained in the side panels. This is obviously meant to provide an explanation to those who are unfamiliar with the Transformer Universe. The dialogue bubbles are also very well placed, and it's easy to know who's talking. The robots also mention each others names frequently with the purpose on not keeping non fans in the dark. But I have a hard time believing non fans would actually care anyway.

Transformers: The Animated Movie can only be valuable to a die hard fan. But as a fan, I was very disappointed with this. I came into it hoping to see everything that the movie left out, only because it was mentioned that it would be there.

In closing, I definitely don't recommend this to non fans. Instead, I recommend either the TV series or the Classic Transformers graphic novels. To die hard fans, I honestly recommend going on the wiki page or the Transformers wiki web site, and looking up the names of any character you can think of. You will learn far more there then you will ever learn with this book. The book contains 95 pages, with the original cover art for the separate issues located at the end.

Pros: Fantastic artwork, accurate re-telling of animated movie

Cons: Adds almost nothing new for long time fans, is worthless to non fans