Transformers: Lost Light, Vol. 4

Transformers: Lost Light, Vol. 4❮EPUB❯ ✾ Transformers: Lost Light, Vol. 4 ✹ Author James Roberts – Heartforum.co.uk The adventures of Rodimus and the crew of the Lost Light come to a close in this action packed thriller Years ago, the crew of the Lost Light fought a demonic Cybertronian mutant that fed on its victi The adventures of Rodimus Light, Vol. PDF È and the crew of the Lost Light come to a close in this action packed thriller Years ago, the crew of the Lost Light fought a demonic Cybertronian mutant that fed on its victims souls Now, Rodimus and Co are about to discover that the only thing worse than a sparkeater is an army of sparkeaters Plus, something is coming It cannot be stalled It cannot be avoided It cannot be reasoned with As the end of Transformers: Lost PDF/EPUB or everything draws near, a simple instruction rings out across the universe prepare, confront, repel Collects issues.

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  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Transformers: Lost Light, Vol. 4
  • James Roberts
  • English
  • 17 October 2019
  • 1684054109

10 thoughts on “Transformers: Lost Light, Vol. 4

  1. Christopher Colton says:

    A fantastic conclusion to an excellent series, and in some sense a conclusion to IDW s Transformers universe as a whole until the next one, anyway James Roberts finally pays off on all the remaining plot threads from throughout his tenure, most of them in very satisfying ways It did feel a little bit rushed at times, though I suppose that s to be expected from having to wrap up the entire continuity.The ending was both bittersweet and hopeful Some characters get what they deserve, some char A fantastic conclusion to an excellent series, and in some sense a conclusion to IDW s Transformers universe as a whole until the next one, anyway James Roberts finally pays off on all the remaining plot threads from throughout his tenure, most of them in very satisfying ways It did feel a little bit rushed at times, though I suppose that s to be expected from having to wrap up the entire continuity.The ending was both bittersweet and hopeful Some characters get what they deserve, some characters get what they definitely don t, and some characters get what they maybe don t deserve any but how everyone ends up feels right for the story view spoiler I ve spoken to Megatron s character arc before, and I think his continued journey and evolution as a medic and freedom fighter has been extremely well done here So much so that it feels like he perhaps no longer deserves to be executed or imprisoned forever, and yet even he recognizes the necessity of facing justice for four million years of war crimes Any author that can make you feel sorry for Megatron is definitely good at what they do hide spoiler Some series end well before their time, hastily tying up the important plot threads while dropping most of the others in a failed attempt at a satisfying conclusion Some series drag on well past when they should have ended, spinning their wheels until they inevitably peter out with a whimper having long surpassed the bang More Than Meets the Eye Lost Light is one of those rare series that clearly ends essentially the way the author intended, and even if there were perhaps fewer adventures in the meantime than there could have been it still makes for a great ending to an even greater story

  2. Oneirosophos says:

    Lost Light crew will be missed.

  3. Patrick says:

    It s always hard to say goodbye to something you love Since I started reading the series as Transformers More Than Meets the Eye it really grew on me because it was a fun odyssey with this ragtag group of misfits led by Rodimus no longer Prime It was a mix of well known characters like Rodimus, Ultra Magnus, and later Megatron with some forgotten characters like Whirl, Swerve, Tailgate, Skids, Misfire, and Chromedome The really great thing is how James Roberts made these giant robots human It s always hard to say goodbye to something you love Since I started reading the series as Transformers More Than Meets the Eye it really grew on me because it was a fun odyssey with this ragtag group of misfits led by Rodimus no longer Prime It was a mix of well known characters like Rodimus, Ultra Magnus, and later Megatron with some forgotten characters like Whirl, Swerve, Tailgate, Skids, Misfire, and Chromedome The really great thing is how James Roberts made these giant robots human with their own relationships and insecurities It s not what anyone would expect about a toy tie in comic book.This last volume details the final battle between the Lost Light and the Functionists Issue 25 is the last issue and is a perfect goodbye, one that s bittersweet as it s an ending but also a new beginning One that allows Rodimus and the gang to sail on into forever.I ll definitely miss reading this about once a month Lost Light was the only comic book series I ve ever subscribed to just because I loved it so much and wanted to support it But in the end my 4 a month just wasn t enough to keep it going Sad

  4. Andy Luke says:

    Crucible by Lawrence and Roberts is a finale of epic against odds cosmic conflicts, super secrets and unexpected appearances exploding and tying together a ground breaking series It resonates in poignancy humour, bitter sweet tragedy and unyielding hope for the future At times there are too obvious authorial steals but I d be hard pressed to give this anythingthan full marks Not a volume to start with, but go back to the beginning and this series might just change your life Oh yeah.

  5. Daniel says:

    Wonderful, bittersweet ending to a shockingly consistent, imaginative, heartfelt series You can tell there s been a bit of compression here in the face of cancellation there s a lot of people showing up from nowhere and expositing what they ve been doing for the past few issues, which probably would ve been explored fully withtime But they stick the landing otherwise, capping off a licensed comic series that has no business being this good in top form.

  6. Dave Relph says:

    This was a mostly satisfying end to a good run Lost Light was never as good as MTMTE was, and this volume suffered from lots of build up into a rushed ending, and a bit too much of the soppy lovey stuff That said though, Megatron returned, and that ticked a lot of boxes Pretty much every scene he s in is a good one, especially the quieter moments between himself and Magnus or Rodimus.

  7. Mario Alba says:

    Folks, please read More Than Meets the Eye and Lost Light What a SPECTACULAR ride it s been

  8. Lena Fickle says:

    This is an amazing end to an amazing Era of Transformers I loves all of the LGBTQIA representation in this series as well as the disability and mental health issues that the comic touched on

  9. James says:

    I remember reading MTMTE Vol 1 and thinking man, this is a weird Transformers book I dig it From the jump, the tales of the Lost Light crew were something special to me I ve put off finishing the journey because I didn t want it to end and still don t As Roberts rightfully says in his farewell note, though, all things must end I m glad this ended before I stopped caring but I m still sad that it s over.

  10. Mark says:

    A fitting conclusion to the series, the only problem being that there isn t really anything quite like this to read next Certainly sticked the landing better than certain other ensemble sites have recently

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