Transformers Mosaic: The Last Moments of Sentinel Prime

Posted: June 19, 2009 in Comics, Entertainment, Fantasy, Fiction, Science Fiction, Short Stories, Transformers
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A comic strip I did for IDW Publishing’s Transformers: Mosaic project with artist JoAnn Marie. Check out her website here. For more Mosaics go IDW Publishing and go to the Transformers Message Board or Seibertron.com.

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  1. [...] Want to see the rise of Megatron? Check out this comic strip at Sledgehammer Productions [...]

  2. i love the Bazooka of Megatron, i don’t understand why they did not include it on the movie ;~~

  3. [...] Dark of the Moon has its fair share of negatives. Whether it’s introducing characters and dropping them halfway through (John Malkovich’s character) or the lack of attention given to basic things like physics. It was in the mischaracterization of three of it’s major characters; Megatron, Starscream, and Shockwave. For the all the hype that was given to Shockwave, shouldn’t he have had a greater role in the movie? He only appears once in the first act then reappears for the final battle. Couldn’t he have done something like, I don’t know, usurped Megatron? The Shockwave I grew up with an evil Mr. Spock, an emotionless commander driven by logic. And speaking of usurpers, what the hell was up with Starscream? Yes, in every version of Transformers, Starscream’s groveled before Megatron, but that was usually part of his plan to overthrow him. In this movie he was all grovel but no traitor. Finally, there was Megatron, who was confined to the sidelines. As leader of the Decepticons he should’ve been on the frontlines, especially during the battle of Chicago. Instead he’s sitting in an alley and let’s Carly call him “Sentinel’s bitch.” Correct me if I’m wrong, but wouldn’t the Megatron we all know and love have crushed her for speaking to him in that tone? (As a geeky aside, in the comics Megatron ripped Sentinel’s spark right out of his chest. An event I depicted here.) [...]

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