20th out of 23 books — 4 voters
Incredible Change-Bots Two (Incredible Change-Bots #2)
by Jeffrey Brown (Goodreads Author)
Three years ago, an alien race of shape-changing robots came to Earth, fired ray guns at each other for a while, then gave up and flew away. But they left behind one thing: Shootertron, the cunning leader of the evil Fantasticons! Fortunately for Earth, Shootertron's memory is a little fuzzy. Unfortunately for Earth, the rest of the Incredible Change-Bots seem to be on the...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published April 26th 2011 by Top Shelf Productions
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Three years ago, an alien race of shape changing robots came to Earth...by accident of course. But they stayed, fired ray guns for a while, and then flew away to find their home planet. But they left behind the leader of the evil Fantasticons, Shootertron. Luckily for Earth Shootertron’s memory seems to be gone...and for the time being he’s living on a farm. And then everything changes when the tractor attacks! Then the rest of the Change-Bots get lost and come back to Earth again! OK they crash...more
While at the Chicago zinefest one summer I got this comic book (I didn't buy the first volume, alas), signed by the author. The comic's production value is quite good, it is a small hardcover and the artwork is quite good. It tells the humorous story of the conflict between two groups of robots, the fantasticons and the awesomebots. Sort of a parody of the Transformer movies, I found it amusing throughout.
I found this book to be even funnier than the first one. While the first book was a hilarious take on the Transformers cartoon, this second book stands on its own comedic storyline. What I also like was, even though I was a big fan of the Transformers, you don't have to be to enjoy this second book.
Jeffrey Brown was born in 1975 in Grand Rapids, Michigan and grew up reading comic books with dreams of someday drawing them, only to abandon them and focus on becoming a 'fine artist.' While earning his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Brown abandoned painting and began drawing comics with his first autobiographical book 'Clumsy' in 2001. Since then he's drawn a dozen books fo...moreMore about Jeffrey Brown...