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2001-04-22 09:16:27 AM  
Oh yeah, I saw that a long time ago. That dude's stuff kicks ass.
2001-04-22 09:56:01 AM  
Yah this is ancient but I like the audio. Got it in MP3. Anyone got a favorite transformer? My top 3:

1. Blur. It's the mightiest miniest micromachines guy!
2. Soundwave. I tried for endless hours with my friends to sound as cool and robotic as he did in that cartoon. We wound up just sounding like dorks. But dorks with TOYS!
3. Gen 1 Megatron. What's cooler than a friggin metal side-arm that turns into a robot. One of the last few toys ever mass-produced before regulations on how realistic toy guns can look (i.e. orange nozzles, etc) were enacted.

2001-04-22 10:37:13 AM  
Shockwave was cool. A huge purple cyclops who was in charge of all of Cybertron while Megatron was on Earth. If I remember right, his main weapon could emulate any kind of energy beam. Plus the toy was one of the few electronic ones.
2001-04-22 11:04:57 AM  
Grimlock king!
2001-04-22 11:40:38 AM  
best transformers song ever: Let's Roll, by Tony Bacala.

2001-04-22 12:11:45 PM  
go jose, go jose
that was cool
would've been better narrated by orson wells though
2001-04-22 01:00:41 PM  
I know that a vocoder was used to achieve the voice of Soundwave... but what was used with it to achieve that awesome voice, I have yet to find out. I've been trying to figure out a way to perfectly replicate his voice for quite a while now. I even tried to get in touch with the guy who did his voice... but sadly, no response.
MBK [TotalFark]
2001-04-22 01:45:18 PM  
:Sighs: memories...anyways, Best Transformer Ever: Soundwave, Thundercracker and Prediking. Worst Transformer: I always hated UltraMagnus and Ironside (the minivan...) and Hot Rod for killing Optimus :(
2001-04-22 03:39:48 PM  
I had this toy which was a lion, and if you pressed this button on his head rapidly, sparks would shoot out of his mouth, sometimes for up to an inch or two. I can't remember his name, though...
2001-04-22 04:03:24 PM  
This is a cool animation? Puhleeze! Go to shockwave.com and check some of the shows they have there... now that's fucking amazing! Definitely not this...
2001-04-22 07:21:48 PM  
Shockwave is professionally done. This is just one guy, a fan-made flash movie. Get stuffed, it rocks.
2001-04-22 08:51:24 PM  
My favorite Transformer growing up was the little yellow VOlkswagon beetle guy, can't remember his name.
2001-04-22 08:58:18 PM  
That would be Bumblebee
2001-04-22 10:53:08 PM  
My favorite Decepticon was, without a doubt, Starscream. No one seems to like him but me. Sure, he's a fark-up, but I think that's endearing.

My favorite Autobot was Jazz. He had permament sunglasses welded to his face, and spoke with a smoker's voice. I'd kill for a Jazz action figure...

Ah, youth.
2001-04-23 01:50:32 AM  
Optimus pummels Megatron in a fistfight, steals his arm cannon, and finishes the job with Meggy's own gun? Shyeah, right!

Anyway, fave Transformer? After Soundwave for the voice action, I'd say Shockwave. Put the smack down on Megatron in the original pilot series, and continued to put the smack down from then on out. Headmaster? Powermaster? Two eyes and a mouth? Who needs em? Not someone who has a blaster for an arm while in humanoid mode, and transforms into a flying giant gun!
2001-04-23 02:59:58 PM  
"memories, passing through my mind, memories, of what I left behind"

If you don't know I won't tell you who said that.
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