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Old 14th November 2013, 01:14 AM
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Default (NOV-2013) Aligned Era Comic - Reviews and Favourites

November is the Aligned Continuity month, featuring TFPrime, but also including Rescue Bots and WFC/FOC games, comics and books.

Details of the Aligned Continuity can be found here.


If you have any of these comics, have a refresher read and tell us a bit about them.

Are they worth buying (do you recommend them), and what do you think is good or bad about them.

How do they compare to previous eras of Transformers comics?


(I might do up a proper intro later, if I get time before the month ends)
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Old 14th November 2013, 08:42 PM
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I'm guessing the 'Aligned' continuity comics equate to the the FOC comics, the TFPrime comics and the latest Rage of the Dinobots Comics?

All have been fairly unimpressive for the most part. And that is saying something for comics that have featured the Dinobots prominently. The art style for both the FOC and TFPrime comics have been fairly lackluster and the stories enough to hold interest for a single read but not to return to. It seems like IDW has had their A-team on their G1'esque comic series, and relegated these titles to the B-team.

Could have been worse I guess, it could have been the C-team that worked on the last lot of infestation comics
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