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TILL ALL ARE ONE interview with Mairghread Scott

Posted: Mon May 09, 2016 11:29 am
by andersonh1 ... books.html
Transformers is about giant robots that can change into vehicles and other forms, but its finest moments are when these would-be automotons show their own kind of humanity. And in the new ongoing series Transformers: Till All Are One debuting this June, writer Mairghread Scott is looking to make it the most human story yet.

Set on Cybertron and the political in-fighting between Starscream and Windblade to craft a new era for Transformers on Cybertron and beyond, the series has a broader scope than any Transformers series before. Picking up thematically from her last series, Transformers: Windblade, Scott and artist Sara Pitre-Durocher are looking to delve deeper into the heart of being a Transformer.

Re: TILL ALL ARE ONE interview with Mairghread Scott

Posted: Sat May 14, 2016 10:48 am
by JediTricks
Good looking out. I am surprised to see Sara Pitre-Durocher's art style here being so different from the Windblade vol 2 series, but grateful as I really didn't care for Corin Howell's cartoony style. The sample pages on Newsarama have a touch of pseudo-airbrushed look I don't care for, but I get that the colors are popping off the page that way. I wonder if this one will go the distance or flame out too quickly a la Windblade.

Re: TILL ALL ARE ONE interview with Mairghread Scott

Posted: Tue May 17, 2016 10:29 am
by Onslaught Six
I think Windblade only fizzled out so it could be replaced by this; I think what happened was they realized a few issues in that the story was not focused entirely on Windblade. It'd be like if MTMTE was titled Transformers: Hot Rod; yeah he's in it, and he's important, but it's not solely about him.