Transformers: Evolutions - Hearts of Steel

Transformers: Evolutions - Hearts of Steel

by Chuck Dixon, Guido Guidi
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Transformers: Evolutions - Hearts of Steel by Chuck Dixon, Guido Guidi

Ever wondered what form your favorite Transformers would take if they existed in different eras? Wonder no more, as IDW's Evolutions line brings you "Hearts of Steel," writer Chuck Dixon and artists Guido Guidi transplant the 'bots to the Industrial Revolution, where a charismatic hammer-man named John Henry discovers that a steam drill is really an alien robot named Bumblebee. Before he can process this information, the pair is attacked by Decepticons disguised as tanks, trains and walking engines. Is this all part of a larger scheme by Starscream? And if so, will the other Autobots arrive in time to stop his nefarious plans?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781613774663
Publisher: Idea & Design Works, LLC
Publication date: 04/20/2012
Series: Transformers
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 47 MB
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Transformers: Evolutions: Hearts of Steel (2012 Edition) 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Please check out. The artwork is great coupled with once again Starscream tries to take over, Ravage makes a brief appearance.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A very nice story I especually liked it when bee first intoduced himself to John, i also found it cool when John asked his friends to come with him and bee. Overall it is a awsome story <3
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story is simply pathetic. Illogical choices are made at every turn, characters say annoying things because it supposedly fits with the time frame theme (it does not), and huge plot holes abound. Even my preteen brother thought the story too unbelievably childish to enjoy. The only saving grace is the collection of cool concept sketches at the end, but barely any of those characters got into the story! I'm very dissapointed in this and doubt I will ever read it again. What a waste. Also, the Nook version has an annoying line down one side of every page, and much duller colors than usual for comics on the Nook HD+.