Tim Sheridan - One of the Writers on Netflix's Transformers: War For Cybertron

Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by UltraPrimal, Aug 22, 2019.

  1. UltraPrimal

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    I don't know if this is newsworthy or not, but I was just listening to the latest episode of Kevin's Smith podcast where they start talking about the new Masters of the Universe Netflix show and one of the writers, Tim Sheridan, mentions that he just finished working on Transformers: War For Cybertron.

    Skip to 20:48 in the video.
     
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    Who are these two and why are they relevant?
     
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    I am personally hyped for the show. I have a gift card and the show sounds so enticing.
     
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    Are you not familiar with Kevin Smith's work?

    Before you answer, I'm not trying to argue or make you like the guy. But it just seems like you are entirely unaware of him or are under the impression he hasn't done anything relevant, when I can assure you he has.
     
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    It will go the way of the Machinima series and it will be as relevant as those mark my words.
     
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    This is great news, I'm looking forward to the show now.
     
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    The brilliant mastermind behind Tusk and Yoga Hosers. His best work (Clerks the Animated Series) was years ago. Now he’s just an Internet personality.
     
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    Not to side track the thread, but his best work was certainly Dogma. And while he has podcasts now, he's been directing TV for a while, his episodes of Flash and Supergirl are all awesome. He's also a pretty good writer, and has touched up quite a few scripts over the years without name credit.

    All of that said, Smith is irrelevant to this thread, except that his podcast is where the other guy said he was working on the TF show.