Aaron Archer a guest at TFcon Toronto 2017

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  1. Super_Megatron

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    So what exactly is this interactive workshop? Sounds like an intriguing thing.
     
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    So the Angry Archer shallst be attending yon convention? Tallyho!
     
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    Beat me too it
     
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    Been watching TF:A all day.
     
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    He really is one of the nicest people you will ever meet. Anywhere. Almost makes me want to go. Almost.
     
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    I'm sure he's nice, but to me he will always be the guy who took ten steps backwards by stripping the articulation out of Transformers and adding intrusive action features, not to mention being the face of the term "minicon" which has since been used to describe everyone from cassette-bots to targetmasters.
     
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    That's a nice Archer photo! :thumb  THAT'S how I think of him. Not the bearded wizard from that other photo... :sly:  :lol 
     
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    This is awesome news. :D 

    Very curious about that workshop he'll be hosting.
     
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    Ah. The fandom's original go-to chewtoy before Michael Bay entered the picture. Yeah, I'm still bitter about Kicker.
     
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    That\'s the most dead inside look I\'ve ever seen.
     
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    If you get a chance to talk to him though, super nice guy. Learned a lot of misc things at TFcon via his panels/interacting with him last time he was there.

    Also, his art is pretty great - he still does daily drawings for his own benefit and will post stuff online sometimes. The sketchcard he drew for me back at TFcon is still pretty awesome.
     
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    Original?
    No, I think that honor would go to Bob Skir. ;) 

    Poor guy.
     
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    To be fair, Bob Skir had a definitive vision. You'd have a pretty hard time confusing Beast Machines with anything that came before, and it does steadily get better after the first five episodes. Than again, I'm a huge fan of G1 Season 3.
     

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