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5.0 out of 5 stars Monstrously Good, 23 Sep 2014
This review is from: Transformers: Monstrosity (Transformers (Idw)) (Paperback)
Transformers: Monstrosity follows on from Transformers: Autocracy. Whereas Autocracy was largely concerned with Orion Pax becoming Optimus Prime, Monstrosity splits its focus on G1 stalwarts Grimlock, Megatron and Optimus Prime.

Grimlock is struggling to control the beast within, Optimus Prime is struggling with the mantle of leadership and Megatron is struggling to survive (although not for long) after being dumped on Junkion.

My favourite parts are those relating to Megatron. Where Autocracy showed Optimus IS Prime, Monstrosity equally shows Megatron is undoubtedly top 'Con. Megatron reasserts his leadership by being an almighty badass and it's thoroughly enjoyable.

Like Autocracy, the artwork is fantastic and honours the source material of Generation 1. The character developments of Grimlock, Megatron and Optimus Prime flow naturally and the pacing of Monstrosity has good rhythm.

All-in-all, a fantastic follow-up to Autocracy and a fantastic Transformers read. Bring on Transformers: Primacy! 5/5 Stars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Transformers story I've been waiting for, 22 Dec 2013
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This review is from: Transformers: Monstrosity (Transformers (Idw)) (Paperback)
After the epic and hugely enjoyable Autocracy, the follow up is here. And it's even better.
Focusing mainly on Megatron's ascent as ruler of the Decepticons (though with other interesting threads to explore), the story is a vastly enjoyable space-romp.
There's plenty here to enjoy, especially for G1 fans. Aside from the main story of Megatron, the Dinobots are explored, along with a newly Primed Optimus Prime. There's even a creepy Quintesson presence, which leaves the reader wanting more...
Oh, and I can't forget to mention the simply stunning artwork of Livio Ramondelli. He gets better and better, with both action scenes and planet-scales looking simply breathtaking.
Even the lettering stands out here, with some very creative flourishes.
Overall, a supreme Transformers story. My favourite for a long while.
Buy!!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is awesome!, 9 April 2014
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This review is from: Transformers: Monstrosity (Transformers (Idw)) (Paperback)
Seriously, I love Transformers so my opinion is very biased but... great story, great art and feuds I didn't even know about come to light. GET IT!
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Transformers: Monstrosity (Transformers (Idw)) by Flint Dille (Paperback - 24 Dec 2013)
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