The Transformers #14

Writer: Mike Costa Artist: Don Figueroa Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: December 8, 2010 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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    Comics Bulletin - Robert Tacopina Dec 9, 2010

    Transformers #14 is a real fun book and it has managed to pique my interest for the series. The premise that was at the heart of the story certainly had me extremely interested for what not only is to come but what has passed as well. Read Full Review

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    Comic Book Bin - Herv St-Louis Dec 30, 2010

    Im not a fan of Figueras Transformers. Hes never been good with humans either. I dont like how he makes the Transformers faces ugly and alien-like. He also puts way too many details that dont help strengthen the structure of the images he draws. The inking this issue was inexistent. I grow tired of all these comic book publishers who think they can get away with Photoshop colouring and skip the inking production step. There is some inking here, but its not used to solidify the work and make it better. Its only used to indulge in the artists pet peeves. Comic book inking is an art form and a necessary step for pencil-drawn illustrations. Inking cleans the muddiness of a pencil drawing and brings structure and solidity to a drawing. Then, its used to establish shadows, highlights and lowlights. It adds dimensions and helps elements in the foreground comes forward and draw the gaze of the reader away from the background and other mid-level layers. Figueroa understands some of these princi Read Full Review

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