Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by BlackHawkOmega, May 4, 2021.
I can't think of any comics where they are human sized, in marvel they were tf sized.
Not creepy, but Ursula gets 3 out of 4 Jaws movie deaths at the same time.
Creepy or disturbing, you gotta have Bill Cipher on the list.
I know its Pixar but Syndrome got it BAD.
Well none top this movie and all of creepiest and darkness ever.
How large were the Pretender inner bots in the comics compared to other bots?
I'm sober and I missed the pun.
Eh wasn't that creepy honestly. Unless of course you're more of a coward than small child me.
Spirit. Tequila. Yuk-yuk.
About all that Disney stuff
all that were in the original stories if I recall.
They were the same size as normal. The comics didn't use the pretender shells for disguising amongst Earth-sized humans, rather it was mostly for the combat benefits it had.
So how about some voyager class Predacons that’s not complete manlets?
So either way(counting Masterforce inner bots), the inner bots should be around average-to-small Deluxe size in the unified scale then...?
Hm. That complicates things. All of them would need to be Voyager+ if you include their shells.
They did use them as disguises among alien species... because apparently in the Marvel comics the majority of aliens were huge like the Zentradi/Maltrandi in Macross and small humanoids like Earthlings and Nebulans didn't seem to be portrayed as the norm. I loved Cloudraker and Landmine in the comics as a kid but I always thought the panels with them hanging out with different alien races that would be giants on Earth was a bit odd.
Don’t forget that scene from The Princess and the Frog where Doctor Facilier is dragged down to the underworld. I heard that scene was pretty screwed up.
That's exactly why I think interchangeable armor pieces would be the way to go. They don't create a massive size disparity between the core robot and the shell, allowing the core robots to be made not-tiny without making the shell massive, they don't require additional engineering and parts budget to make them articulated because they're using the core robot's articulation, they don't inflate the price as much as a full shell would, and with the way the Pretenders' core robots looked and were proportioned, it'd be pretty easy to make them consistently interchange between robots, making for a pretty dang good gimmick for a line (since I doubt it'd be something they'd do for just one or two figures in a line).
I heard rumors of Disney redoing the Sequel Trilogy as different stories, but I heard that rumor was debunked.
BTW, could we please get back on topic?
You're a genius.
echoed my sentiments exactly
Creepiest thing EVER.......
Jazz's previous life was that of a Disney Cat.......
Were there any other SG rumors besides Starscream, Goldbug, Jetfire, and a "black redeco of SS86 Hot Rod" that odds are the SG one?
Since we've got a new retail Jazz, I wouldn't be against Hasbro making a more creative SG version. Maybe homage the Animated Freeway Jazz or the Movie Pontiac Solstice.
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