is shockwave really a decepticon spock?

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  1. GENOZAUR

    GENOZAUR Banned

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    from what i have heard said on the matter over the years as a transformers character shockwave comes across as being in his way a evil bearded spock among his fellow decepticons

    given how similer spockwave is to neemoys character spock in that way

    and the fact that each character is driven first and formost by knowledge logic and wisdome in theirlife and their actions

    how might it go over if instead leonard neemoy had been casted in the role of shockwaves character for transformers 3?
     
  2. cnic

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    Interesting theory.
     
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    Cosbydaf Well-Known Member

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    Edit: nevermind, I'm tired and not reading comprehensively.
     
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    Karhukjnsi Universal Wrestler

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    I actually would really like if Nimoy played Shockwave.
     
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    This would be a good idea. However I think that
    he will be severly underused and doesnt get a lot of character development. Only action scenes. This because Sentinal is the real baddy in this play. Shockie will be a kind of a red herring.
     
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    Shockwave is always afflicted with some sort of Asperger's, Logical, emotionally detached and cold, but not devoid of emotion, light-sensitive.... sometimes it may be a voluntary "logically sound" choice, other times it's inherent.
     

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