IDW Lost Light #2 Review

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I'm the Brains, You're the Brawn
A Seibertron.com Semi-Spoilerish Review of Lost Light #2


Synopsis
Rodimus and Co. find themselves in a dangerous place. Even more dangerous than on a planet that exploded from the inside. That’s already pretty dangerous. But where they are now? Oh boy.

Transformers News: IDW Lost Light #2 Review
Playing the day away


Story

Well, where do I begin?

We'll start with this: we have some plot action moving forward, like a lot. We've wrapped up the DJD battles, and we have moved on and started to venture back into the quest, despite the fact that we aren't on the ship and no one from the ship even makes an appearance for yet another issue (it's been almost a year). Taking cues from Drift and another member of the cast, we are progressing towards something quest related. It also appears that another long standing plot point is set to be resolved, which is exciting and interesting the way that it will end up getting done.

A second point of contention for attention is Megatron. As revealed last issue, half of the storyline is now occurring in a universe where Megatron never existed. What can we expect out of this you may ask? Well, I can tell you that Megatron is an interesting character to watch. Seeing his reaction to his new surroundings as well as what has transpired certainly places Megatron in an interesting situation that, in this issue at least, receives a deal of interest from reader and characters in the story. Overall, the "Megatron in a universe where he never existed" arc is doing good, and is keeping with the established traits Megatron has started to show over the past year. While we have yet to see what will become of Megatron and the functionists, it is comforting to know that he is still sticking close and comfortable with his developed path thus far.

Transformers News: IDW Lost Light #2 Review
Yeah, don't forget these 2


The parts of the story touching on Tailgate and Cyclonus are very well done as well, and it will be interesting to see how these 2, Rung, and Megatron come through the rest of the arc.

Art

Art duties are once again taken up by Jack Lawrence, and 2 issues in I have yet to be completely impressed. The artwork, while not bad, does not feel like it fits the narrative of the book. The artwork comes across as slightly too exaggerated, with certain characters that have mouths suffering some with expressions. Proportions and some poses do not appear properly either, and characters such as the the Functionists enforcers and Swerve suffer for it. The enforcers just don't look as intimidating as they were portrayed originally, while Swerve pulls off a very awkward looking pose considering his design.

Transformers News: IDW Lost Light #2 Review
Yeah, I'm not sure his head is supposed to move like that


Joana Lafuente takes up coloring duties once more, and she does some very good work with the different shades for the different settings of this book. The coloring of Cybertron is appropriately very dark and very dreary, and the mixes of the burning colors with dark reds and red mixes make for a very convincing dark age.

Transformers News: IDW Lost Light #2 Review
Now that is a scene straight from hell


Meanwhile, the coloring of Necroworld is also well done, with the sunset painted in beautifully alongside the darkness of night when Cyclonus and Tailgate go for a stroll. It doesn't matter where it is, the colors work.

Transformers News: IDW Lost Light #2 Review
Lettering service and me service


Once more, Tom B. Long delivers in his lettering. The various points in time when characters get thrown and slammed around are pronounced with very convincing and very entertaining lettering, and the dialogue is done very well. Once more, a bang up effort.

Final Thoughts

Transformers News: IDW Lost Light #2 Review
When my friend won't stop telling me our arrest was my fault


Since the ending of More Than Meets The Eye and the beginning of Lost Light, I have had a hard time getting into the new book/season 3. While I can definitely state some positives, such as continuing with the same characters, touching more on the Functionists universe-a real treat really-and bringing another long-standing major plot thread forward, there is a disturbance in the force. A few complaints that I have.

The main complaint would be the art. It doesn't feel like it suits the book, and it feels at odds with what was previously established. It makes some scenes just difficult to look at and enjoy while reading the commentary. It feels more rounded, less detailed, and more "Robots in Disguise cartoon" than "More Than Meets The Eye."

The other major complaint comes from characters both new and not seen in forever. It was last March where we saw the mutineers take over the ship, and we have yet to touch on them again, which is a real disappointment for me. I've been aching to see this part of the crew and see what's happening in the fallout of the mutiny. I've also not taken very kindly to the new characters introduced. Anode has put me off quite a bit as she has generally come across to me as an unlikable character. Lug is a bit better, but I am unimpressed by either. It feels like the new characters are hogging some spotlight from those that really need it AKA the mutineers.

Overall, the book is not bad, it really isn't. Megatron in the Functionists universe, Rung, and Cyclonus and Tailgate are all great positives for the current ongoing. But it doesn't have that magic that it used to. The writing is still quite good, but the art and storyline don't match up to my liking, and I hope that we can work towards reclaiming some of that harmony for me.

:SG-CONS: :SG-CONS: :SG-CONS: 1/2 out of :SG-CONS: :SG-CONS: :SG-CONS: :SG-CONS: :SG-CONS:
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Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856351)
Posted by Randomhero on February 1st, 2017 @ 10:37am CST
I had no idea the crowd scenes were filled with more Unicron Trilogy characters till the wiki article came up. I looked too but couldn't tell because everyone is the same color. I like the art I don't see it being more exaggerated than say Nicks art.

Like I mentioned last week when I got it this really doesn't feel like a story that's more than 3-4 issues but with the solicits from last week we know it's going 5-6 issues. It's going to be interesting.

Only negative I have is I'm not sure I like the idea of the mystery about what rung transforms into being revealed without our Rung being present. I actually hope it doesn't get revealed but it more than likely will.
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856354)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on February 1st, 2017 @ 10:42am CST
With Rung, I feel the reveal will occur in 2 spots: you have the Functionists Rung reveal to the main characters, and then the guys back at the fortress will discover "our" Rung, who may have found out what he really is for
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856366)
Posted by ScottyP on February 1st, 2017 @ 11:38am CST
Randomhero wrote:I had no idea the crowd scenes were filled with more Unicron Trilogy characters till the wiki article came up.
Just want to preface this by saying that I understand why you'd use TF Wiki for this, I really do. That said, just want to point out that I'm trying to get our records here improved, and character lists are back for new books:
http://www.seibertron.com/comics/issue/ ... ht-2/1457/

Big backlog to work through as well as other improvements to that section to make, just pointing it out :)

I liked this issue. Quite a bit, really. Art is fine to me in almost all cases. Can't wait to see where this story goes!
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856367)
Posted by Big Grim on February 1st, 2017 @ 11:38am CST
I admit, the art style is not quite right to me either but it's pretty enough. I'm not particularly fussed that we've not returned to the mutineers just yet either.

I WANT to see what Megatron will get up to in a Functionist Universe.
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856392)
Posted by RNSrobot on February 1st, 2017 @ 1:29pm CST
I've also not taken very kindly to the new characters introduced. Anode has put me off quite a bit as she has generally come across to me as an unlikable character. Lug is a bit better, but I am unimpressed by either. It feels like the new characters are hogging some spotlight from those that really need it AKA the mutineers.


Wholeheartedly agree. Not only is anode unlikeable, they're taking space away from characters I'd much rather read about. Five pages of issue 1 were devoted solely to their introduction.

I see that some of the fans love them and whole normally I am into Roberts new bits, anode is like... All of his worst traits lumped into one incredibly obnoxious bot. She was more tolerable in issue 2 but it's a bad start. And I'd rather read about other established lost light crew members.

Agreed, also, on the art. It's fine, but it doesn't suit the story. The villains look silly, not scary of imposing. It's not bad, but it doesn't fit. His proportions are regularly off and take me out of the story. It looks amateur. The removal of Milne still stings.

All that said, I felt like this was a needed step in the right direction after a medicore first issue. they're cutting to the chase on rung, velocity/anode, tailgates power trip. It's nice. It's not rushed but the last thing this book needs right now is more long drawn out mysteries.
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856405)
Posted by Va'al on February 1st, 2017 @ 2:33pm CST
D-Maximus_Prime wrote:With Rung, I feel the reveal will occur in 2 spots: you have the Functionists Rung reveal to the main characters, and then the guys back at the fortress will discover "our" Rung, who may have found out what he really is for


..or! They are the same/a multiverse constant, as well as a historical one. /tinfoil
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856409)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on February 1st, 2017 @ 2:39pm CST
RNSrobot wrote:
I've also not taken very kindly to the new characters introduced. Anode has put me off quite a bit as she has generally come across to me as an unlikable character. Lug is a bit better, but I am unimpressed by either. It feels like the new characters are hogging some spotlight from those that really need it AKA the mutineers.


Wholeheartedly agree. Not only is anode unlikeable, they're taking space away from characters I'd much rather read about. Five pages of issue 1 were devoted solely to their introduction.

I see that some of the fans love them and whole normally I am into Roberts new bits, anode is like... All of his worst traits lumped into one incredibly obnoxious bot. She was more tolerable in issue 2 but it's a bad start. And I'd rather read about other established lost light crew members.

Agreed, also, on the art. It's fine, but it doesn't suit the story. The villains look silly, not scary of imposing. It's not bad, but it doesn't fit. His proportions are regularly off and take me out of the story. It looks amateur. The removal of Milne still stings.

All that said, I felt like this was a needed step in the right direction after a medicore first issue. they're cutting to the chase on rung, velocity/anode, tailgates power trip. It's nice. It's not rushed but the last thing this book needs right now is more long drawn out mysteries.

This, this is actually how I was trying to say my thoughts in the review. I spent a solid 2 hours working on trying to work this thought into words, and I think you did better than I did.
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856424)
Posted by Va'al on February 1st, 2017 @ 3:27pm CST
RNSrobot wrote:
I've also not taken very kindly to the new characters introduced. Anode has put me off quite a bit as she has generally come across to me as an unlikable character. Lug is a bit better, but I am unimpressed by either. It feels like the new characters are hogging some spotlight from those that really need it AKA the mutineers.


Wholeheartedly agree. Not only is anode unlikeable, they're taking space away from characters I'd much rather read about. Five pages of issue 1 were devoted solely to their introduction.

I see that some of the fans love them and whole normally I am into Roberts new bits, anode is like... All of his worst traits lumped into one incredibly obnoxious bot. She was more tolerable in issue 2 but it's a bad start. And I'd rather read about other established lost light crew members.

Agreed, also, on the art. It's fine, but it doesn't suit the story. The villains look silly, not scary of imposing. It's not bad, but it doesn't fit. His proportions are regularly off and take me out of the story. It looks amateur. The removal of Milne still stings.

All that said, I felt like this was a needed step in the right direction after a medicore first issue. they're cutting to the chase on rung, velocity/anode, tailgates power trip. It's nice. It's not rushed but the last thing this book needs right now is more long drawn out mysteries.


Ok, my thoughts on Anode: she's not meant to be likeable.

That's it, really. There's more to her than we know, obviously, this issue makes it clear. There's something else going on behind her ties to the rest of the cast (and the Camiens in particular). And she's probably compensating/covering a lot of that with arrogance and snark (bordering on smartarseness). She's not that dissimilar from Rodimus, really - at all, actually. He's not likeable. At all.

And then you have the direct parallel with the Rodimus-Megatron interaction 'we meaning me'. What was that all about? Where do the parallels stop?
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856430)
Posted by RNSrobot on February 1st, 2017 @ 3:54pm CST
Va'al wrote:
RNSrobot wrote:
I've also not taken very kindly to the new characters introduced. Anode has put me off quite a bit as she has generally come across to me as an unlikable character. Lug is a bit better, but I am unimpressed by either. It feels like the new characters are hogging some spotlight from those that really need it AKA the mutineers.


Wholeheartedly agree. Not only is anode unlikeable, they're taking space away from characters I'd much rather read about. Five pages of issue 1 were devoted solely to their introduction.

I see that some of the fans love them and whole normally I am into Roberts new bits, anode is like... All of his worst traits lumped into one incredibly obnoxious bot. She was more tolerable in issue 2 but it's a bad start. And I'd rather read about other established lost light crew members.

Agreed, also, on the art. It's fine, but it doesn't suit the story. The villains look silly, not scary of imposing. It's not bad, but it doesn't fit. His proportions are regularly off and take me out of the story. It looks amateur. The removal of Milne still stings.

All that said, I felt like this was a needed step in the right direction after a medicore first issue. they're cutting to the chase on rung, velocity/anode, tailgates power trip. It's nice. It's not rushed but the last thing this book needs right now is more long drawn out mysteries.


Ok, my thoughts on Anode: she's not meant to be likeable.

That's it, really. There's more to her than we know, obviously, this issue makes it clear. There's something else going on behind her ties to the rest of the cast (and the Camiens in particular). And she's probably compensating/covering a lot of that with arrogance and snark (bordering on smartarseness). She's not that dissimilar from Rodimus, really - at all, actually. He's not likeable. At all.

And then you have the direct parallel with the Rodimus-Megatron interaction 'we meaning me'. What was that all about? Where do the parallels stop?


An interesting take.

Problem there is: a new, unlikeable character is taking screen time for characters I'd much rather read about.

Tailgate being a dick in this issue? It's clearly a development of his character, and he's a character I'm invested in. Cyclonus as well. I'm not invested in anode. Ah well.

Again, she was better in this issue, but I was prepared to drop the book if it was the same quality as issue 1 or kept force feeding me anode on 1/3 of the book. It was better, good steps, and wasted little time getting to multiple plot points.

But if I default to reading recaps on the wiki and MAYBE getting the trades. Well. I won't be sad.
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856439)
Posted by Kurona on February 1st, 2017 @ 4:36pm CST
Va'al wrote:
Ok, my thoughts on Anode: she's not meant to be likeable.

That's it, really. There's more to her than we know, obviously, this issue makes it clear. There's something else going on behind her ties to the rest of the cast (and the Camiens in particular). And she's probably compensating/covering a lot of that with arrogance and snark (bordering on smartarseness). She's not that dissimilar from Rodimus, really - at all, actually. He's not likeable. At all.

And then you have the direct parallel with the Rodimus-Megatron interaction 'we meaning me'. What was that all about? Where do the parallels stop?

Y'know, this probably explains why I'm the only one that likes her. I absolutely adore Rodimus and other characters like him; I can't help but fall for terrible people with crippling self-defeating problems. I relate to a depressingly large degree.
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856460)
Posted by Bounti76 on February 1st, 2017 @ 6:36pm CST
Kurona wrote:
Va'al wrote:
Ok, my thoughts on Anode: she's not meant to be likeable.

That's it, really. There's more to her than we know, obviously, this issue makes it clear. There's something else going on behind her ties to the rest of the cast (and the Camiens in particular). And she's probably compensating/covering a lot of that with arrogance and snark (bordering on smartarseness). She's not that dissimilar from Rodimus, really - at all, actually. He's not likeable. At all.

And then you have the direct parallel with the Rodimus-Megatron interaction 'we meaning me'. What was that all about? Where do the parallels stop?

Y'know, this probably explains why I'm the only one that likes her. I absolutely adore Rodimus and other characters like him; I can't help but fall for terrible people with crippling self-defeating problems. I relate to a depressingly large degree.


That would also explain why she's now your avatar. ;)

It also explains why I can't stand her. She's overcompensatingly obnoxious. Try as she might, Lug isn't really helping to rein her in, metaphorically. One of my main issues with her is how over-the-top-witty she's being written. Her dialogue makes me cringe, and the fact that it's taking page-time away from characters I've liked and related to makes it worse. The one positive in her appearance so far is it seems we'll be getting more character development and backstory for Velocity, which is a welcome thing.
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856514)
Posted by ScottyP on February 1st, 2017 @ 10:51pm CST
I think Anode is working because you're all spending entirely too long talking about a character that's distracting you from the massive amount of pieces that got moved around the chessboard during this issue while you were busy worrying about Anode for god-knows-what reason.

Did Rewind get the cycle wrong or was that actually a mistake in scripting and/or lettering? Look at Rodimus' face. Why is Shock's name so high up on Censere's wall when he would've only disappeared mysteriously to someone like Censere (melted into an engine block) a few years prior? What's up with Terminus playing coy when the AVL are getting demolished in a fight only to watch Megatron break free and pull that slight smirk? What'd Drift say about a fleet going missing in the Dark Nebula, didn't Crankcase mention Megatron steering clear of there because of the Dire Wraiths? Speaking of Drift, what triggered his vision that led them to go to Necroworld, or did I forget and need to re-read Empire of Stone? And "Trapped Light", "Threadbare Space", "Morality Lock", look I'm not Mr. Robot, I need sleep but just the concept of trapping light gets you into all kinds of crazy quantum physics. You know, quantum. Like the ship's engines. Oh, and then there's getting to finally find out about Rung next time? Plus maybe some thing about a Lighthouse, ok, I'll give anode that.

Wait a minute. Primal Sacrament? 12 council members? Messed up time? Multiple universes?

Balls.

Swerve was right, and we're over here worried about freaking Anode and our feelings and crying about Milne not drawing even though Lawrence is doing just fine.

Image
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856525)
Posted by Shockwave 8 on February 2nd, 2017 @ 1:11am CST
D-Maximus_Prime wrote:The main complaint would be the art. It doesn't feel like it suits the book, and it feels at odds with what was previously established. It makes some scenes just difficult to look at and enjoy while reading the commentary. It feels more rounded, less detailed, and more "Robots in Disguise cartoon" than "More Than Meets The Eye."

The other major complaint comes from characters both new and not seen in forever. It was last March where we saw the mutineers take over the ship, and we have yet to touch on them again, which is a real disappointment for me. I've been aching to see this part of the crew and see what's happening in the fallout of the mutiny. I've also not taken very kindly to the new characters introduced. Anode has put me off quite a bit as she has generally come across to me as an unlikable character. Lug is a bit better, but I am unimpressed by either. It feels like the new characters are hogging some spotlight from those that really need it AKA the mutineers.


I agree completely on the subject of the art; Milne should have stayed as the primary artist, and Lawerence should have been used occasionally or somewhere else. As far as the Mutineers go, I imagine that there's a reason that we haven't seen them yet. Roberts might not want it revealed what's going on at the Lost Light...
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856534)
Posted by Va'al on February 2nd, 2017 @ 3:19am CST
Bounti76 wrote:
Kurona wrote:
Va'al wrote:
Ok, my thoughts on Anode: she's not meant to be likeable.

That's it, really. There's more to her than we know, obviously, this issue makes it clear. There's something else going on behind her ties to the rest of the cast (and the Camiens in particular). And she's probably compensating/covering a lot of that with arrogance and snark (bordering on smartarseness). She's not that dissimilar from Rodimus, really - at all, actually. He's not likeable. At all.

And then you have the direct parallel with the Rodimus-Megatron interaction 'we meaning me'. What was that all about? Where do the parallels stop?

Y'know, this probably explains why I'm the only one that likes her. I absolutely adore Rodimus and other characters like him; I can't help but fall for terrible people with crippling self-defeating problems. I relate to a depressingly large degree.


That would also explain why she's now your avatar. ;)


Nah, that's just avatrolling D-Max. :-P


ScottyP wrote:I think Anode is working because you're all spending entirely too long talking about a character that's distracting you from the massive amount of pieces that got moved around the chessboard during this issue while you were busy worrying about Anode for god-knows-what reason.

Did Rewind get the cycle wrong or was that actually a mistake in scripting and/or lettering? Look at Rodimus' face. Why is Shock's name so high up on Censere's wall when he would've only disappeared mysteriously to someone like Censere (melted into an engine block) a few years prior? What's up with Terminus playing coy when the AVL are getting demolished in a fight only to watch Megatron break free and pull that slight smirk? What'd Drift say about a fleet going missing in the Dark Nebula, didn't Crankcase mention Megatron steering clear of there because of the Dire Wraiths? Speaking of Drift, what triggered his vision that led them to go to Necroworld, or did I forget and need to re-read Empire of Stone? And "Trapped Light", "Threadbare Space", "Morality Lock", look I'm not Mr. Robot, I need sleep but just the concept of trapping light gets you into all kinds of crazy quantum physics. You know, quantum. Like the ship's engines. Oh, and then there's getting to finally find out about Rung next time? Plus maybe some thing about a Lighthouse, ok, I'll give anode that.

Wait a minute. Primal Sacrament? 12 council members? Messed up time? Multiple universes?

Balls.

Swerve was right, and we're over here worried about freaking Anode and our feelings and crying about Milne not drawing even though Lawrence is doing just fine.

Image


Scotty coming in with the saaaave! Lemme munch on those. :-?
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856576)
Posted by ScottyP on February 2nd, 2017 @ 8:56am CST
Something I forgot in that last post - there's all this consternation about The Quest not going anywhere, and then Clicker's all "oh hey let's go to Cyberutopia, y'all comin?"

I feel like an appropriate ending to The Quest, for this crew, would absolutely be to finish it on accident. Skids already did once anyway, maybe.
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856580)
Posted by WreckerJack on February 2nd, 2017 @ 9:04am CST
I like Rodimus but I think some of the things he says and does are immature. He wants to be a good person and have people admire him but he is just too impulsive. I think he will come around in due time. I couldn't stand Whirl at first but he proved me wrong later on.
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856596)
Posted by Va'al on February 2nd, 2017 @ 9:31am CST
ScottyP wrote:Something I forgot in that last post - there's all this consternation about The Quest not going anywhere, and then Clicker's all "oh hey let's go to Cyberutopia, y'all comin?"

I feel like an appropriate ending to The Quest, for this crew, would absolutely be to finish it on accident. Skids already did once anyway, maybe.


Maybe the Quest were the horrifying horrors we horrored along the way?
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856621)
Posted by ScottyP on February 2nd, 2017 @ 10:14am CST
Va'al wrote:Maybe the Quest were the horrifying horrors we horrored along the way?
Swearth? :HEADHURTS:
Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856631)
Posted by Va'al on February 2nd, 2017 @ 10:27am CST
ScottyP wrote:
Va'al wrote:Maybe the Quest were the horrifying horrors we horrored along the way?
Swearth? :HEADHURTS:


How dare you. We got hot daddy long Megs out of it.

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Re: IDW Lost Light #2 Review (1856633)
Posted by Ironhidensh on February 2nd, 2017 @ 10:32am CST
ScottyP wrote:I think Anode is working because you're all spending entirely too long talking about a character that's distracting you from the massive amount of pieces that got moved around the chessboard during this issue while you were busy worrying about Anode for god-knows-what reason.

Did Rewind get the cycle wrong or was that actually a mistake in scripting and/or lettering? Look at Rodimus' face. Why is Shock's name so high up on Censere's wall when he would've only disappeared mysteriously to someone like Censere (melted into an engine block) a few years prior? What's up with Terminus playing coy when the AVL are getting demolished in a fight only to watch Megatron break free and pull that slight smirk? What'd Drift say about a fleet going missing in the Dark Nebula, didn't Crankcase mention Megatron steering clear of there because of the Dire Wraiths? Speaking of Drift, what triggered his vision that led them to go to Necroworld, or did I forget and need to re-read Empire of Stone? And "Trapped Light", "Threadbare Space", "Morality Lock", look I'm not Mr. Robot, I need sleep but just the concept of trapping light gets you into all kinds of crazy quantum physics. You know, quantum. Like the ship's engines. Oh, and then there's getting to finally find out about Rung next time? Plus maybe some thing about a Lighthouse, ok, I'll give anode that.

Wait a minute. Primal Sacrament? 12 council members? Messed up time? Multiple universes?

Balls.

Swerve was right, and we're over here worried about freaking Anode and our feelings and crying about Milne not drawing even though Lawrence is doing just fine.

Image

Damn you.


I'm supposed to give a response to the Doc of Italy, but now I feel the need to go re-read the whole series. Again.

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