Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Veleno, Jan 22, 2017.
I quite like the G1 and various IDW designs a lot. The Movieverse one is also pretty cool.
Toss up between these two...
There seems to be a lot of these threads popping up recently.
FOC and IDW are great designs but the movie design is just so cool looking
Movie Ironhide, no contest.
Definitely movie verse... but Ironhide wasn't even in TF Prime.
He wasn't be we do have this design
Oh cool, dang why hadn't I known about this before now lol Wish Ironhide had been in Prime.
G1, WFC/FOC, IDW as far as fictional portrayals. And this is going to get me some blowback, but I like the Universe Ironhide design and would love to see it appear in fiction somewhere.
Animated, Bayverse and Prime.
I wish more Ironhide incarnations had Animated's power of turning into Colossus to get better armor.
Yeah, a metal robot with the power to turn himself into... metal. I think you may have summed up everything wrong with TFA in one character.
I'd like to believe you're kidding. I hope you're kidding.
G1 for me. Followed by idw.
Somewhat. I do detest Animated, and Ironhide isn't even the worst thing, but the thought of a robot turning from metal to metal is pretty stupid. X-Transformers-Men was just completely unnecessary.
Did you not think about the fact that maybe it's a MUCH stronger metal compared to the one his armor is made of? Hence the name Ironhide?
Anyway, we're getting off-topic. The discussion of Animated Ironhide's ability being dumb is a topic for another day.
G1 Ironhide and Movie Ironhide.
G1 by way of EJ Su. Very impressed that he combined the G1 van 'look' with a new and more practical alt-mode by having the windscreen come down to cover the bonnet of the van.
Oh, there is so much more that is bad about TFA than just an iron Ironhide.
Never liked G1 Ironhide's alt mode. I mean really? A crappy van for somebody that's supposed to be tough guy? Didn't buy it when I was kid, still don't.
Trust me, I get that, but just the absurdity of it all kind of sets the tone for how I view TFA.
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