Free of the needed origins and explanations, IDW can now focus on the story proper, and it does so very well.
I have a few issues of Spotlight at my disposal, but decided to try Megatron. I always find villains interesting, and — other than Optimus Prime — he’s the Transformer with the most staying power.
These are more the reason I had been wanting the review this title anyway, so I’m happy that we’re finally done with the adaptations.
My Little Pony was born of a different era in television, where children’s shows were very much based on a gender demographic rather than an age demographic as they are today.
This trade adapts episodes of the Fred Wolf cartoon. It is the last to do so, as with volume 2 we move on to original stories, thankfully. We have 4 issues reprinted here, starting with “The Return of the Shredder.”
It’s Popeye. It’s like asking somebody to describe a carrot without using the word “carrot,” sometimes it’s just hard to simplify things any further.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Heroes on a Half Shell, reprints the first three-issue miniseries published by Archie that largely just retells the first season / miniseries of the Fred Wolf TV show.