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text 2018-11-13 16:34
Love, love, love!
Transformers: Lost Light #21 - Jack Lawrence,James Lamar Roberts

Also, my finger is clearly not broken; I can bend it all the way with a minimal twinge, so longer reviews from now on - yay!

 

This is leading up to some pretty astounding revelations, and a huge, final fight.   Basically the Unicron mini-series, which still breaks my heart, especially since I can't find any announcement of new Transformers series. 

 

That being said, I love, love, love this series, all the way.  I know there were one or two issues that I wasn't as crazy about because of the lack of humor; I feel like normally it's so well balanced, that I felt the lack of it earlier on.   But overall?   This, along with MTMtE has to be two of my all-time favorite series. 

 

I highly suggest giving this a try if you haven't.  

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review 2018-11-10 23:43
We finally catch up with Getaway
Transformers: Lost Light #20 - James Roberts,Casey Coller

More importantly, I would read Ultra Magnus' obsessive sprinkler fiction.   Also, I need more Cyclonus, why are you doing this to me, Hasbro?

 

Whyyyyy?

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review 2018-11-10 01:57
Deadpool has a bad day
Deadpool (2018-) #6 - George Klein,Scott Hepburn,Skottie Young

Will Killpuddle make it worse, or can the Laughing Assassin help?   

 

Hilarious one-shot storyline.

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review 2018-11-10 01:40
Zombies in the mall
Deadpool (2018-) #5 - George Klein,Scott Hepburn,Skottie Young

With Deadpool. 

 

Way more fun than a book has a right to be.

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review 2018-11-09 18:30
AGENT TO THE STARS by John Scalzi, narrated by Wil Wheaton
Agent to the Stars - John Scalzi

 

I don't want to give away anything about this story away-I think everyone should go into it as blindly as I did.

 

I thought this book was hilarious and fun, while also providing a little social commentary regarding the civil rights movement and the Holocaust, among other things.

 

I listened to the audio and Wil Wheaton nailed this one down tight. My only issue was the "he saids, she saids." They started to stand out for me towards the end-by that I mean they were irritating. "He said" doesn't need to be stated at the end of every sentence-and sometimes it felt like that's exactly what was happening. For this I subtracted half of one star.

 

Other than that one picky thing, (which probably would only bother me, I'm weird like that), I have no criticisms of this book at all. It was funny and creative and rather light on the science, which was fine by me.

 

Highly recommended to those who prefer their science fiction light, with big chunks of humor on the side!

 

*I bought this audiobook with my hard earned cash and this opinion is my own.*

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