Blurrz wrote:I'm sorry, but you're ignorant in your assumptions with the Japanese language. There is individuality in each of their voices, you just have no idea simply because you can't understand the language or know what they're saying. For example, Blurr doesn't speak fast, rather he repeats what he's saying. We get it. You like to listen to your Transformers in English. No need to write a bible about how pro-American you are. Your stance on this stuff has been the same for a very long time, so honestly. what's the point in you taking a dump on this stuff everytime a news story shows up?
And the America, America, America stuff? Get your facts straight before you start tooting your horn. Beast Wars? Oh yeah, developed and made completely in Canada, and aired in Canada first. Beast Machines.. oh sweet, also developed by Canadian company Mainframe Entertainment. Oh.. whoops Robots In Disguise, that was actually taken from JAPAN, after Japan spent a good 2-3 years with their expanded (and awesome) Beast Wars Neo series.
Armada? Oh, shit that was a joint venture between Japan and America. Energon cartoon = Japan. Transformers Cybertron.... oh yeah, again.. Japan.
America hasn't carried Transformers for the past 25 years. It's been a joint venture, and at many times, in fact up until about 6 years ago, it was all Japan, and America just went along with what they were dishing out back there.
Have you ever been to Japan or even Asia for that matter ???
I have been to Asia. I stayed in the Philippines for 2 weeks. To get there, I had to transfer through Hong Kong Airport. And returning home, I was bumped to a flight that landed in Tokyo, Japan. I spent 2 hours in Japan being processed through Japanese customs before being able to board my flight back to the states. During this time I heard constant conversation around me and towards me when my passport was processed. So I can testify first hand that Japanese people speaking in normal conversation sounds just like the voice actors in Headmasters, Masterforce, Victory, etc.
Needless to say I find you labeling me as “Pro American” a little offensive. I was just stating the facts about the Franchise success compared to other franchises that withered away.
G1 Blurr does repeat himself a lot, but he does it at a quick pace so he indeed talks quick. Similar to a rap verse by Twista.
As far as Beast wars being from Canada, isn’t Canada part of North America AKA the “western hemisphere ???
The Unicron trilogy may have been a joint venture, but pound for pound who was pushing the big bucks into the toy line ??? Hasbro or Takara ??? I would say Hasbro my friend.
I’m keeping count of the times you call me ignorant and I intend to buy you a beer for every time next Botcon.