Discussion in 'Transformers Robots In Disguise / Prime Discussion' started by TM2 Dinobot, Apr 18, 2017.
Oh God I loved this!
Adding to this.
"Menasoar" is the "soaring" combined form of the Stunticons.
"Menacer" Dennis the Menace in a physical TF embodiment.
"Menasar" Ok what the actual fuck?
"Meaniser" The derpified version of Menasor.
"Mainasor" the guy who gets the spotlight when no one else wants him too
"Menazor" the power rangers enemy equivalent
"Manysar"....stay away from him...
Ehh... I've always been partial to Menasir above either of them.
Okay, guys, don't spam up the thread, please keep the discussion on topic as asked....
There is no 'believe' to be correct, "Menasor" IS correct.
I prefer Hun-Grrr since its a portmanteau of sorts on the actual words "hunger" and "grrr". Hun-Gurr isn't. "Gurr" isn't anything and looks like a dumb misspelling like Menasaur and Skorpinok.
Menasaur,for RID201x only.My reference to G1 is Menasor.
Name changes aren't a big deal to me, though. Since the RiD Stunticons are a combination of G1 homages and new characters, I think 'Menasaur' is fitting enough.
Wow! 20 years and you never realized it? Come on, you must have read the comics, or visited the Wiki... or at least had to have seen it on the box of G2 CW Menasor.
Menasaur is a very stupid typo, on the level of "Scorpinok" and "Predikons". He is not a dinosaur or even vaguely reptilian...
I am always surprised when guys like me (a Hungarian) or Nevermore (a German) have to correct native english speaker TF fans of the proper grammar of some TF names...
I always call him Hun-Grrr. Give or take a few Rs at the end. His name is a pun on Hunger (not Hungary, as many say! ) and well, he was called that in the Marvel Comics too as far as I can remember. The toys have a myriad versions of the name of course.
Or, since Beast Hunters... Lazerback. I swear, Hasbro must have seen all the misspelling of Laserbeak on forums, and they made that name to troll us.
I'm not a G1 guy, and he didn't really show up in the comics. So no.
Separate names with a comma.