|my first impression of Windblade:||a comic written and drawn by women, starring lady main characters, but it isn't just for women readers–it's for everyone.|
I’m still amazed at how Shattered Glass Autobots can stay together as a force… Because practically everyone has killed at least one friend/comrade/relative before, and they are constantly fighting one another over power. They use anyone and everyone but trust no one. They kill enemies and allies alike without consideration nor remorse. Their ranks are so chaotic that they can’t go through a single day without some extreme violence among themselves.
How they can stay together for so long is beyond me.
I wonder just how many Cybertronian languages exist… And if the Cybertronians (and their descendants like the Camiens) who left Cybertron before Luna 1 was gone eventually developed their own dialects of the “standard” vernacular and writing systems? It’s most likely why some of the bots have distinct accents…
Also, when Skids was in “Cyberutopia”, the giant floating spark spoke to him in a language that he didn’t recognize. Maybe it was the language that Metrotitans spoke?
Man, the story is getting bigger and bigger. I can’t wait to see how this unfolds.
I’m liking Windblade.
HOW DO COLORS WORK
CAN I CRY YET
This is bad.
I can’t take romance scenes seriously.
I mean, I’m fine with shipping in general, and I love when characters have close relationships, romantic or platonic. I shed tears when characters show deep care and trust for each other.
But whenever a love/romance scene happens, I either cringe and scream in disgust, or burst out laughing until I cry. Live action, animation, written fiction, there is no exception.
I guess this is why I dig TF ships, because they don’t do candle light dinner with classical music and slow-mo kissing by sunset…
Man I’m still laughing as I type this. Help.