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Transformers Cybertron cartoon


Jaguaratron

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it wasnt that bad.

i wouldnt admit to liking transformers were it the only thing i had available or anything (bless what few Transformers DVDs i have, and curse my monetary lackage)

mindyou i did have to mute it for the intro.

really. what were they thinking with that  :wtf

Crap intros make Unicrons herald cry  :tfsad

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I have yet to see it. Damn college, but now im wondering if thats a good thing...

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i think the show is doing a lot better, this weeks eps.( ship) was pretty cool lots of action..especialy optimus and megatron ( very cool action)so im not disappointed as much as i was at first..im past the accents of jetfire and thundercracker and ready for more eps.

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*edit* yep its so bad I cant watch it anymore, super wooden voice acting and cyber keys that just appear at random and latch onto them??? The Japanese should stick to designing the transformer toys and leave the series cartoon well alone

What makes you think it's random now?

 

Jetfire was fighting Thundercracker and protecting human jets and then for no reason whatsoever a vortex appeared and the cyber key appeared, seems pretty random to me.

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Don't blame the Japanese for Cybertron, they made a good cartoon...

 

 

 

 

Americans are the one's who shat on it. Seriously, I don't see why anyone wants to but the reigns back in North American hands(even though they still have a lot of control over it now)...

 

 

That just seems like a dumb move and I've seen some pretty dumb moves.

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As much as I love Galaxy Force, I can completely understand why it isn't grabbing people. I went back and watched the first 4 or 5 eps with a friend who hasn't seen it this weekend, and I was almost embarrassed.

I think the only thing that kept me watching in the beginning was the excitement over the new characters, the new toys and the new events that had occurred. Thankfully, though, when I went back to the Animatros episodes (around 15-23?), I still loved those as much as I did when I watched them in the first place.

So yeah, try to stick it out. If the voice acting bothers you that much, decide whether the voices of the dub or the name differences of the sub would bother you more and make a choice.

 

I actually had a thread on TFW that was dealing with the English side of TF shows and who should handle it. A fair few people agreed with me that it would probably be better handled by a company like 4kids who has the marketing dollars to push it hard. Regardless of whether it was made primarily for an Eastern or Western market...

I still need to summarise that discussion for my blog, now that I think about it.

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