Transformers: Prime Animated Series To Air In Sri Lanka

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  1. SilverOptimus

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    toxinom Megatron Supremacist

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    Jumping into Beast Machines must have been interesting to say the least XD
     
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    Neat. Hope the Sri Lankan TF fans get to enjoy the show.
     
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    Autovolt 127 Get In The Titan, Prime!

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    That's crazy that not only is Prime making its debut in another country in 2015 but also it's the 3rd Transformers cartoons to air their.

    hearing positive reception about the show again just feels really rare to hear for the first time in a long time.

    also Sri Lankan Megatron's voice sounds weirdly enough like Frank Welker's Soundwave/Doctor Claw. O_O
     
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    Sinhala but not Tamil? ..
     
  6. SilverOptimus

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    But it was enjoyable. Without Internet, we didn't even knew about Beast Wars. So, we watched it as a standalone series.

    Everyone did. Glad to see it happening. :) 

    Thank you. Yeah, I'll have a talk with the voice actor. He's doing a stellar job imitating Welker.

    There is a Tamil version in India, as I heard. :) 
     
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    Suwadith Optimus Prime!

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    First of all I'm from Sri Lanka as well.
    Well Tamil Dubbing industry in Sri Lanka hasn't developed as much as the sinhala industry. you could say it can't even come near!
    Usually Tamil TV Channels here just re-air dubbed SunTV/CN India releases.
    They Don't Do dubs as much as the sinhala industry!
    I'm a tamil so I know pretty much they just focus on Dramas (real crappy)

    On the other hand Sinhala industry's dubbing skills have improved vastly along the years they have passed by.
    I'm pretty amazed with what they have been able to accomplish these days!

    I hope they continue Dubbing and bring in more American Toons in at least in sinhala!
    Cheers :) 
     
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    How... late.
     
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    Is this news because Sri Lanka is the last country on the planet to air this show? :sly2: 
     
  10. SilverOptimus

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    LOL.

    Actually it's because the country is getting a Transformers show after 15 Years.
     
  11. Autovolt 127

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    That's pretty cool. I for one do like dubs and the concept of dubbing for better or for worse. I like hearing how different languages tackle and interpret different characters.