Glitch appreciation post
though usually hidden to the human eye, naturally occurring marine biofluorescence can be seen under certain wavelengths of light (like ultraviolet), which causes the cells of the organisms seen here to absorb the light — and some of the photon’s energy — and then emit back a now less energetic light that consequently has a longer wavelength and thus a different colour.
I THINK I AM FALL IN LOVE WITH SARAH STONE’S WINDBLADE.
It’s a gorgeous mash up all things transformer and drama. The art is different from your typical TF comics and that makes it wonderful. fayren has done an outstanding job. I found myself pausing on several pages and staring at Sarah’s use of color.
The story is very interesting with hints of a lot of awesome potential plot points. I am looking forward to what mscottwrites comes up with.
As a lore junky, even mentioning the other planets that the cybertronians colonized (and developed their own culture) and talk of the titans that brought them there, gets me ridiculously excited.
This was an instant subscribe for me on comixology even though I am buying the single copies as well, from a local comic store.
Yeah, wow, this comic is really rad… I’ll probably gush about it later on twitter, ahahah.
I wake up from a migraine enduced nap to find it snowing out…..
Hey Tumblr! What is this lady so creepily happy about? Why she’s entered to win a free copy of Issue 1 of Transformers: Windblade signed by Mairghread Scott! How can you enter? Simple!
Take a photo of yourself with Issue 1 (paper or digital, we don’t discriminate) and tweet or tumbl it with the tag: windblade We’ll randomly pick winners on Monday the 21st.
So get to it Transformers fans!