Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by Sol Fury, Apr 22, 2016.
A weird way to see things, but understandable. Interesting.
You knew s#!t was going down when...
Artwork by Guido Guidi
I always love line-up transformations. BW had the best transformations, even the cheaty ones. You could tell where parts were going, each character had their own posture and movement, and not to mention unique noise.
Artwork by Dan Khanna
I summed up my thoughts on how much I loved Beast Wars with this video:
when beast wars first aired, I wasn't a fan of the animal modes and wasn't a Tfs fan. But when the characters went transmetal I like the robot look and started to get into the show. And to my amazement the show was very well written and became a regular watcher, but still wasn't buying the toys. In the summer of 1999 that all changed when I went to a comic book store and they had lots of loose BW TM figures on display. I was blown away how accurate the figures looked to the show and bought a few.
Since that moment I owned every BW figure shown on the show and some that weren't. And BW figures got me back into collect TFs since the 80s.
And BW show still holds up today. I wish Hasbro would get the people involved from BW to reboot a G1 series with todays CGI
So, I owe a lot to Beast Wars for getting me back into TFs.
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