Reviews For Rhythm And Bots
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Reviewer: Jazz Signed star star star star star [Report This]
Date: 29/11/04 - 07:54 pm Title: Rhythm And Bots

A great sequel to Hit It, Maestro. Each of the members of the band has their own distinct personality, and the story was full of G1 cameo appearances. Look for a great scene with a certain big red Autobot and two green ones. This is recommended reading for any Jazz fans, or even if you just like Transformers in general. I know I can't wait till the conclusion! Great job JazzBot!

Reviewer: Whirlwind Signed star star star star star [Report This]
Date: 04/11/04 - 12:10 am Title: Rhythm And Bots

Since my first review didn't take, here's another one. First of all, this is a great Jazz backstory, Jo.

Reviewer: KYQ Signed star star star star half star [Report This]
Date: 27/10/04 - 01:11 am Title: Rhythm And Bots

Once again, an excellent piece of writing! Jazz's history up to this point has been done wonderfully and believably, as we can clearly see how Jazz was slowly molded into the cool, care free 'bot we know and love. The cameos, while a few were a bit fleeting, were overall nicely done as well as it also gives us a peek into how these G1 regulars were like and how they too became the bots we're so familiar with. The best bit, however, is probably how Jazz's musical background was explained. His dancing for Smoothie's probably got to be one of the most amusing (and mind scarring) things I've ever read! Excellent stuff!

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