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After all I enjoyed Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, so that I went to see the movie twice in a row. And I feel a bit ashamed about that, considering that if you actually remove the robots and their clashes this movie has practically nothing worth saving. I have never liked Michael Bay that much, but maybe comic author Stefano “TheSparker” Conte has gone too far in making him face even the two main protagonists of Transformers world.
Waiting to make comics as a full-time job, Stefano “TheSparker” Conte is doing other things and has widely slowed down the time devoted to the creation of his funny comic strips. Nevertheless the author doesn’t forget the fondness that paper characters need and returns, from time to time, to update his series with the usual mocking verve and the will to rag the childhood myths of who grew up in front of the TV screen during the Seventies and the Eighties.
Well, actually if you leave out the evidently superior sharpness of the drawings (”as meant to be by the authors”, one says in these occasions) there isn’t much of new after all. Whatever it is, the most yellow America’s family updated its transmissions to the oddities of technology evolution, and on the past Sunday Fox aired the first high-definition episode (in 720p) provided with a complete rewrite of the notorious opening sequence of the show.
Profiting by the summer heat and by a positive astral conjuncture, Stefano “TheSparker” Conte has resumed work on his comics, has granted a deserved vacation to Tired Mask (which doesn’t engage himself too much yet, to say the truth) and has decided to bring forward the still embryonic series of Myth Clots.
For who already knows about him, our “hero” is a consolidated passion which doesn’t need any other consideration. For the others I think it would be proper a short presentation worthy of the fame of the most anticonventional hero ever delivered by a cartoonist mind…