Sabrblade wrote:I'm surprised no one's brought up how he's also the most sympathetic and relatable Starscream ever as well.
Sympathetic and relatable? I don't know about that one, but it is a matter of opinion. I mean he's a villian through and through. He's a superstisious cowardly backstabber that more than got his come upance when his T-Cog was stolen. He has shown a few bits of sympathism I suppose(been awhile since I've seen the episodes, so perahps in the first five parter because Megs dumped on him a bit and Airrachnid left him to die/be captured), but other than that, pure villian. A well characterized villian, but a villian nontheless.
However, I do feel Armada Starscream fits the criteria. He was loyal to the end, saw the bigger picture when it came to the Autobots and Decepticons joining forces, and gains a sympathy vote for being a pawn for Megatron/Sideways. Of course, everything I've described pretty much makes Armada Screamer into a sort of Bizzarro Screamer
Oh yeah, and a note about the clones: While they could bring it up again, I was disapointed they didn't follow the obvious Animated route and make them Thundercracker/Skywarp/etc. But him feeling their pain was a nice twist.