Transformers Energon #24

Writer: Simon Furman Publisher: Dreamwave Productions Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Kelvin Green Jun 22, 2004

    The attempts at tackling some serious issues are similarly muddled, but on the other hand, its great to see the attempts being made. This disregard for the constraints of a toy-based comic are what made Furmans original UK work so impressive, and its good to see that he seems to be applying it here, even if the result is a little fuzzy. Transformers has always been about war, and here Furman looks at a side previously ignored in the Transformers mythos, but which is all too prevalent in our world: prisoners of war, and the abuse thereof. Obviously a comic about colourful giant robots based on a kids toy line isnt going to be the place to look for sharp socio-political commentary, and that contradiction leads to a frustrating lack of clarity as the issues are hinted at but generally avoided, but the fact the issues are there, and are dealt with even to such a minor extent, lends this issue of Energon a level of depth and complexity that previous issues have been sorely missing. Read Full Review

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