There is a saying in improv that, if one is going to play a foolish or odd character, he or she must do so at the top of their integrity. It makes sense, as even the most odd of people behave the way they do because they believe in every decision they make. That is a great way to describe this issue and the series as a whole; it's a base concept played to the top of its integrity. Truly unlike anything else on stands right now, Barber and Scioli have made "Transformers Vs. G.I. JOE" one of the most fascinating books on shelves today and issue 7 may be the best, most nuanced issue yet. Read Full Review
While the series is ostensibly part of long-running franchises, Tom Sciolis artwork does an extreme amount of work in differentiating it from the rest of the other Transformers or G.I. Joe books on the market, without it, the series might not have reached the heights it has. The tone of this series, the whiplash between psychological horror, and back to all-out cosmic war wouldnt work without someone as deliberate as Scioli on the pencils creating a uniform order to all the chaos and characters running around in the series. That being said, the series is absolutely worth the 3.99 and more. Theres more work in these 20 pages than most books can put out in double the count, even if youre not a fan of either franchise, the craft on this book alone merits the credit. Read Full Review
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