ñThis pocket-sized volume is to The Transformers what Avenue Q is to Sesame Street -- a mocking, fawning, idiotic, adoring paean to a pop culture phenomenon inseparable from the artistÍs person. Although allegory without substance, all action and no moral, itÍs delightful fluff.î -- Library Journal
ñIncredible Change-Bots manages to find the perfect balance between nostalgia and self-aware fun.î -- MTV Splash Page
ñRobots shooting lasers is one thing. But add a well-placed ïBEW BEW BDEW BEWÍ and itÍs magical... Incredible Change-Bots may look like itÍs made for ïboysÍ who grew up in the 80Ís. And it is. But itÍs so much fun that everyone will appreciate it. î -- Playback:STL
ñBrown is a master at lunkheadedly awesome sight gags and wordplay ... I found myself wiping away tears and laughing out loud in inappropriate public places more times than I would like to mention while reading this book.î -- Ink 19
Now guess who's back!
Four years ago, an alien race of shape-changing robots came to Earth, fired ray guns at each other for a while, then gave up and flew away. But they left behind one thing: Shootertron, the semi-cunning leader of the evil Fantasticons! Fortunately for Earth, Shootertron's memory is a little fuzzy. Unfortunately for Earth, the rest of the Incredible Change-Bots seem to be on their way back...
It's all-new action, drama, and comedy as Shootertron struggles to find an identity on Earth and the rest of the Change-Bots struggle to accomplish much of anything. Hilarious and gleefully childlike, Jeffrey Brown's Incredible Change-Bots Two is a nostalgic tribute not only to Saturday morning cartoons but also to Jeffrey Brown's Incredible Change-Bots One.