Transformers: The Ark — A Complete Compendium of Character Designs is possibly the most geek-tastic Transformers book ever, collecting. ronaldweinland.info: Transformers: The Ark - A Complete Compendium Of Transformers Animation Models: View all 11 copies of this book. Synopsis. Revisit the "Transformers", one of the most popular cartoons of the s, in "The Ark"! This book collects over of the animation models from the .
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Both sold-out volumes of Transformers: The Ark are collected in this must-have compilation of Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Comics & Graphic Novels. Transformers: The Ark - A Complete Compendium Of Transformers Animation Models Paperback – May 30, It has animation models of all the characters from the original Transformers cartoon series from !. Nick Roche is an Irish comic book artist and writer who hails from Dublin. He's best known for his extensive credits on IDW's Transformers titles, the most.
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The Ark - A Complete IDW Publishing Revisit the Transformers , one of the most popular cartoons of the s, in The Ark!
This book collects over of the animation models from the classic TV show that have been painstakingly restored to their original glory. This volume has them all, from Optimus Prime to Galvatron, and features a brand new Don Figueroa cover.
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ISBN Now the Godmasters get just as much love as the Headmasters and Pretenders before them, something that always bothered me about The Ark II.
I also added in a few other pages here and there, like the Decepticon's underwater headquarters as shown off at BotCon this year. Finally, there were quite a lot of pages where I had some extra model appropriate to a character, like say Motormaster's heads, so I added those in when I could.
I even got the chance to speak to a few of the original series designers and get their input. But extras aside, I think that a combined volume is the ideal way to consume this material.
This book puts models together from every Generation One Transformers season and show, and is as comprehensive as I could make it. I hope you enjoy it. As fun as The Ark is, my magnum opus that sounds vaguely like a Transformers name, doesn't it?
So many things made that book fun to put together. Just getting the chance to work with people like Derrick Wyatt and Marty Isenberg was an amazing experience. We were also fortunate enough that other stakeholders in the Animated universe, like Hasbro, Takara-Tomy, Titan Magazines, even the writers of Bee in the City, were willing to lend us their time to make sure that every aspect of this amazing universe got its due.
But the big difference was the availability of material. With The Ark, I had to hunt down old models, most of which required restoration.
Even today, many models from G1 have eluded me, like the episode-specific fembots or the main characters from and With the Almanac, I had access to the entire Cartoon Network archives. It shifted the focus of the book from the acquisition of material to the disposition of material. Some of the pages we got quite experimental with, but given the whimsy that is Animated I think it all works.