- Motto: "Whatever doesn't kill me will pay for it's failure."
- Weapon: Dual Heat-Seeking Missile Launcher
Let's assume that Generation 1 is referred to as such, solely because of the existence of Generation 2. What name would the fan-dom use to refer to the series and what would we call "Gee-wunners" in place of that term?
What Generation 1 figure that did not get repainted into Generation 2 deserved the repaint the most and why? More importantly, what primary colors would you envision the G2 version of that character having?
You've stated which characters you'd want eliminated if given the chance. How would you have improved those characters to a bearable level, without becoming generic?
How different do you think Transformers would be if Hasbro/Takara-Tomy didn't own the intellectual property? What if one of the major comic companies came up with the concept and owned the rights?
With new fiction coming out each year with new shows, new characters have come into existence. Who do you think has been the best new original character of the modern era (RID and newer)? Worst?
Do endless variations and slight repaints that have been released since TF:Movie 1 annoy you, or are you indifferent? Would you rather see 1 version of Movie Bumblebee released through several waves, or slightly altered versions released each wave?
Being that not all fans have specific stores in their local geography, how have you had to cope with obtaining store exclusives, many of which sell out rather rapidly online? Would you support another Costco or Sam's Club exclusive...if it was good?
For Botcon attendees, which convention have you enjoyed the most, and which the least?
Do you think we get an adequate value through the Transformers Collectors Club and Botcon? Or do you think most of it is overpriced? What would you do differently given the chance?
As our fan-dom continues to age, how do you think it will adapt to introduction of more new blood? Are you concerned how the collectors of tomorrow will influence future lines in a way that doesn't flow with the collectors of yesterday? Could we be looking at Classics Energon in 15-20 years? *shudders*
Most G1 collectors are in their late 20's to early 30's with some even older. Do you think there will be a flooded market of G1 figures in 20-30 years from collector's passing away and families getting rid of their collections? Or do you think enough of collectors children will be attached enough to keep them and continue to grow them? Will a SEALED G1 figure suddenly become worthless because nobody will be left alive to appreciate it?
Year after year, new Transformers have been released. For those that have larger collections, does it concern you at all that you will eventually run out room or have to build an addition to your house?
I'll think of some more later.