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Transformers King Grimlock #1 


I have a secret to confess Family Friendly Gaming Universe. Grimlock has been a favorite of mine for a long time. Sure the big guy is a little on the slow side. Sure his grammar could use some assistance. He is a big strong dinobot that works really hard to be good. I was very curious about Transformers King Grimlock so I started reading it in the first issue. Please be aware there will be spoilers in this review. Grimlock is destroying some mecannibals that attacked him in Transformers King Grimlock #1. Optimus Prime is working on talking him down because the culprit apologized and would like the survivors returned unharmed to face punishment. Grimlock wants to destroy them all.

Some strange energy wave appears and removes Grimlock. Transformers King Grimlock #1 introduces us to the world of Menonia. This is a world of swords and sorcery. These wizards were trying to pull in Optimus Prime but got Grimlock instead. They once had a Golden Hero who became a villain who now terrorizes the people of this world. I am curious to hear how this hero turned bad. Will we have a Darth Vader kind of story or something else? What happened to him to turn him bad? Did the people of this world cause this? The people plead with Grimlock to be their new hero. Grimlock winds up walking away from them. Arko does chase after him.

There is some violent content within Transformers King Grimlock #1. There is also magic and references to false gods. Grimlock is a bit on the destructive side in Transformers King Grimlock #1. He destroys numerous creatures within Transformers King Grimlock #1. Part of that seems to be his lack of comprehension of how weak other creatures are compared to him and his attacks. He absolutely destroys a pack of Leodons which are sort of like giant boars. There are twenty-four pages, next isue, alternate covers, art, and then advertisements within Transformers King Grimlock #1.

The people of Menonia were hoping for Optimus Prime. They wind up insulting Grimlock by letting him know this. He decides they got the wrong person and he will move on out. The thing is these wizards used all of their magic teleporting in Grimlock in Transformers King Grimlock #1. They must destroy the Golden One to get more power to send Grimlock back. This is where Grimlock shows his lack of intelligence. Most heroes would accept these terms and move on. Grimlock just decides to move on.

Transformers King Grimlock #1 cost me $4.99 and it only has a few more pages than other comics selling for $3.99. The whole teleport Grimlock into a world of sword and sorcery is a very interesting concept. The artwork within Transformers King Grimlock #1 is a bit on the darker side for me. Parts of the violence are left out thankfully. Robots split into two is about as bad as it gets within Transformers King Grimlock #1. I purchased the copy of Transformers King Grimlock #1 that contains cover B which is sort of the worst of the two.
- Paul


Graphics: 69%
Writing: 70%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Story: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Comic Book
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Author: Orlando, Padilla, Colwell
Rating: ‘NR’ for Not Rated

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