Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by Smokeyoreo18, Dec 30, 2019.
Champion or Ultimate, Mega would probably be Apex armored PMOP or some other distant future G1 Optimus like Star Convoy
TBH red, yellow, and blue are the only ones that work for me. Though I think green could work for core Magnus.
That's a Jogress.
I don't think that looks too bad.
Star Convoy would probably be an Ultimate as well, seeing as he was just an evolution of basic-ass Optimus Prime instead of an evolution of PMOP/Ginrai.
In legends he would be a Jogress Ult like Paildramon.
Who did Optimus merge with to get Star Convoy?
Forgive my language but that is heckin' awesome.
The public is ready for mass-shifting super spy Soundwave and his minions.
Ant-Man made the technology "work" in the MCU, and it's really one of the characters defining traits.
Maybe Soundwave could be a full size surveillance van and only the cassettes do any shrinking, but, the mass-shifting infiltration and sabotage was part of the name DECEPTICONS from day one.
It is time.
I've seen pro wrestling fandom, sci-fi fandom, and TFs fandom. It generally comes down to people going online and thinking that posting something gives their opinion more weight than it actually does. Spending too much time dwelling on others' opinions can leave a person (say, myself) in a rough mental state and this completely hypothetical person had to cut way back on social media as a result.
People are kinda scary nowadays.
F.J DeSanto was smoking hella good if he thought the WFC trilogy was acceptable. He had to be on bath salts or something.
DeSanto watched the Machinima trilogy and was like: "I like this... I wanna do something like this, but longer."
Them Bath Salts STRONG AS HELL!
After having revisited every Transformers show except the Japanese exclusives that have no connection to G1, I can confidently say, that no Transformers show was ever great. That kinda saddens me. A lot of the things I loved about Transformers has seem to be seen through tilted lenses and my yearning for a glorious past that never existed made me very cynical of modern Transformers. Not saying the past was worse, but compared to what we have now my view of the franchise has turned from a fallen giant to more of a yeah it was ok but fun and now it's not fun.
I mean I'm literally fawning over toy packaging biography's as the pinnacle of Transformers character writing.
Sorry for being so depressive. I still love Transformers, but in recent years it seems I love it for what it could be and not what it is or what it was.
That last part hits me where I live.
Being a Transformer fan is like seeing a classic car in a junkyard. You see the potential it has and love it for that, but it will never reach that potential until someone takes the effort to restore it. Of course the problem with this metaphor is that it wasn't a perfect car when it was fresh off the lot either, but you get where I'm coming from.
This will always be my favorite Optimus Prime.
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