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Incredible Change-Bots Two (Incredible Change-Bots #2)

3.78  ·  Rating Details ·  125 Ratings  ·  21 Reviews
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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Dani Shuping
Nov 26, 2011 Dani Shuping rated it it was amazing
Shelves: graphic-novel
Three years ago, an alien race of shape changing robots came to 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
Jun 10, 2012 Ronald rated it really liked it
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.
Abe Underhill
Dec 27, 2014 Abe Underhill rated it liked it
Shelves: graphic-novels
Jeffrey Brown has a knack for dry, humorous parodies. I watched Transformers as a kid and had a few toys but I've never been a huge fan even with the resurgence in recent years. Nevertheless, this comic had me laughing out loud and smiling with each page turn at the ridiculous dialogue and hilarious antics of the Change-bots and their bumbling human companions. My nine year old son kept peeking over my shoulder to see what was so funny. Well done Mr. Brown!
Jan 24, 2012 Spencer rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics
go-bots / transformers parody. this sequel is pretty sweet. Jeffery Brown mostly does a lot of self absorbed unoriginal graphic novels. but the incredible change bots books made me laugh out loud. funny stuff, cuz i say so
Dec 03, 2011 Mike rated it really liked it
These are funny spoofs on the Transformers franchise. While Brown has gone on to gain much success with his Star Wars spoofs, which seem to have no end in sight, there is a fresh comedic brilliance with these books that make them all the more enjoyable.
Jonathan H.
Apr 12, 2011 Jonathan H. rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics, scifi
A really funny and silly spoof of Transformers that captures a lot of the fun of the original series while mocking some of its more ridiculous aspects.
Matt Piechocinski
Sep 17, 2013 Matt Piechocinski rated it liked it
Better than it's predecessor.
Brian Baynes
Jul 11, 2012 Brian Baynes rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics
Amazing artwork, nice to see Brown doing some color! Also a hilarious book, one of the funniest comics I've ever read.
Catfish Dogfight
This is the leading work on anthropomorphic microwaves and heterosexual robo-relationships. Near flawless portrayal in my humble opinion. Go Fantasticons!
Rae Borman
Jun 23, 2015 Rae Borman rated it liked it
I picked this up on a whim and it delivered on the amusement factor. Brown has a lot of fun riffing on key backstory/behaviors of existing cartoons/superheroes.
Mar 01, 2012 Will rated it really liked it
I liked this one better than the first one. Much funnier.
Lukas Holmes
Feb 01, 2015 Lukas Holmes rated it really liked it
Sometimes you just want goofy fun.
Jun 01, 2011 Kathryn rated it really liked it
I was super-excited to find out that there was a sequel! I LOL'd a bunch...but Jeffrey Brown makes me do that often.
Sep 23, 2012 Sonic rated it really liked it
Silly and fun parody of the Transformers.
It was a gas.

Jan 23, 2015 Damon rated it really liked it
what I thought about this book is that it had a vary quick change in like plans that everything was happening at once I liked it a lot but just hope there more improved ones
Mike Dixon
Apr 26, 2011 Mike Dixon rated it really liked it
Independent comics style existentialism grafted onto a Transformers ripoff. Some funny stuff in this one.
Four stars.
Scott Stelter
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Feb 02, 2013
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Sep 21, 2014
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May 04, 2011
Clair rated it really liked it
Feb 07, 2012
Jacob Rutowski
Jacob Rutowski rated it really liked it
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Apr 20, 2015 Ryan rated it liked it
Shelves: justok
About as good as the first. But Brown's humor is a bit better in this volume.
Tracy King
Tracy King rated it it was amazing
Nov 30, 2015
Forrest rated it it was amazing
May 05, 2012
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Jan 19, 2012
Greg Oleksiuk
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Apr 15, 2011
Dale rated it it was ok
Nov 05, 2013
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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 ...more
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