Transformers voice actor Stephen Keener to attend TFcon Toronto 2019

Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Super_Megatron, Apr 15, 2019 at 7:20 PM.

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    I would kill to go and get this autograph.
     
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    someone ask him if he's really ed flanders
     
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    I love how he’s played the decepticon analog to all the Autobots he's voiced
     
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    Whats everyones stance on "The Rebirth?" while we're on the topic of Fort Max and Scorponok? Personally i didn't really enjoy it. Lots of g1 transformers was always a toy commercial, but in the later seasons the plots really came into their own and i didnt feel like i was having characters being pushed on me, i felt like i was enjoying the adventures of characters because they were well written.The Rebirth really did feel like a throwaway few episodes that were brought over so that Hasbro could sell "The Headmasters" toys here in america. With too many characters showing up at once to have any interest in a single one of them, it felt a little rushed, and worse yet its frustrating that the final three g1 episodes were used as a tool to sell more toys, and not a decent finale for a series a lot of people fell in love with. Personally i really enjoyed the headmasters, but it just kinda stunk that the American g1 series went out on such a shill set of episodes