Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by BlueFire11, Jul 5, 2019.
I hope, at the very least, someone records the audio and makes a transcript.
I get no recrding, but jesus that is just a fucking cruel tease. Don\'t even let it become public and let it stay a nice surprise is all
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Also this helps with the feel of the Animated as BBTS somehow got a massive restock of these figures
If it brings more TFA content to the world I'm willing to make that sacrifice
I’d say to do this, but do NOT release the audio file. Just a transcript.
Yeah, he survived a fatal headshot and turned out to be God.
Wasn't there a leak or synopsis, a few years ago, of what was planned for season 4?
I still love Transformers Animated. I was so hyped to see Jazz join the team ( I fully and unashamedly admit to crying like a freaking baby when Prowl died).
No release the audio, just find a way to do it anonymously. Stick it on a file sharing site or something.
I think a warehouse was on massive discount and they got it as they also got some old generation figures in stock as well. Is pretty cool though
Some basic episode premises and titles were released via the AllSpark Almanacs and the TFCC magazine, but nothing substantial.
So it will be a scriptreading, no actual episodes will be made after?
Yeah that's correct after all it's not official so there definitely won't be any more episodes
What kind of delusion are we dealing with here where people are seriously wondering if Hasbro are going to revive Animated for season 4? Geez louise
A long lost hope people thought had died. I get wanting another season, mainly because of how the series was cancelled, but I understand why they won't at this point, especially with the plastic difference with the toys used now versus then
You say that, when many, many other shows, such as Star Wars: The Clone Wars, are being revived several years after officially being cancelled.
So no, it's not misplaced delusions. It's just being hopeful. On top of that, the show's creators, writers, and voice actors have repeatedly reiterated to fans at conventions the world over that they want to finish what they started, too. Just at TFCon LA earlier this year, David Kaye himself was the one to pose the question to the Animated panel, while Marty Isenberg said he really wanted to do it, and it was up to us, the fans to get Hasbro's attention, and make our demand for more Animated content known.
Boy Meets World and Full House got sequel shows. Goddamn Young Justice got a new season. Samurai Jack got a new season. Cartoon Network brought Toonami back. Nickelodeon is bringing back Invader Zim.
sometimes.....hope isnt a lie.
(please bring back Megas XLR and Firefly)
I suppose you have a point. Especially since it'll take an act of God to get Animated Season 4.
These are sort of my thoughts on the issue too. I still have yet to watch Animated, but it's sad that fans of it are basically being thrown table scraps, and even then not all fans. In a day and age of inclusivity, I find it a bit weird that exclusive script readings, exclusive footage and whatnot is still a thing. When they do that, they basically separate fans into two camps. The fans who have seen it, and the fans who haven't. I kind of prefer them either just keep it internal, or release it to the world for everyone to enjoy. I think I said something similar when Bumblebee footage was screened behind closed doors. The rest of us had to enjoy it from a secondhand perspective, and have potentially exciting moments lessened by Twitter comments. I dunno, it just feels wrong somehow. I get the point of this, but I think Animated fans have every right to feel salty. Hopefully someone can create a comprehensive write-up.
I am disgustingly jealous and this feels like a huge middle finger.
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