miércoles, 5 de julio de 2017
Some thoughts about Transformers: Till All are One #11
Windblade has been gone for a while and Starscream is starting to lose it. Now to protect his people, Starscream will have to do something he doesn't want to.
Once again, this worked quite successfully.
Mairghread Scott is starting to close the door on her work in the franchise by delivering a pretty solid character development. The star here is Starscream once again and Scott continues to demonstrate that she can write a pretty engaging Starscream when she puts more effort into it, the inner conflict the character suffers is really interesting and shows how complex he can be based on the situation.
There are other plot-points going on as well like the involvement of the Combaticons and the inevitable return of Windblade that also presents a solid segment for her character. This perfectly demonstrates how well Scott can handle portrayals as long as she doesn't focus too much on story.
Sara Pitre-Durocher is in charge of the pencils and her work is pretty solid thanks to her expressive style and storytelling.
Good stuff, hope the conclusion is satisfying.