Rodimus2006 wrote:Who cares this is friggin awesome Unicron in Prime epic enough said I am curious as what he will look like in full Robotic Mode and is Alt. Mode.
This will be a full rendered CGI Unicron the level of details is going to be off the chart.
I'm not happy about Unicron coming in Prime because I feel that it's too soon to use him. This is only the season 1 finale, and yet they're bringing in the ultimate Bad Guy so soon, instead of bringing him in later on. I mean, if they beat Unicron by the end of season 1 of even during season 2, how can they top Unicron in season 3 or 4 when there is no villain greater that Unicron? They should have waited before bringing him in so soon if they were going to use him. Instead, they're playing he ultimate villain trump card this early, leaving the later seasons to not be as impressive.
Rodimus2006 wrote:I hope Unicron will have that booming voice that made him so epic in the 1986 movie but Orson Wells voiced Unicron in that film and I think he is dead if I am not mistaken.
So the new VA for Unicron will have big time role to fill.
Loved it when he said Welcome Megatron then he says It pleases me to be the 1st.
I hope there will be some epic writing like that with Prime.
Yeah, both of Unicron's G1 voice actors (Orson Welles in the movie and Roger c. Carmel in the cartoon season 3) are dead. Robert Maillet is the guy who's voicing Unicron in Prime.
Rodimus2006 wrote:I dont care if Unicron is the size of a small pebble, a small asteriod or a comet, or a bigger Giant transformer it dosent matter what does is Unicron is in Prime.
The smaller Unicron is, the easier he can be beaten. That's what makes his smaller size less appealing.
Rodimus2006 wrote:So that means S2 will begin with tons of Actions, new alliances and trying to figure out a way to combat Unicron.
Or they could just, you know, kill off Unicron within these three episodes. It's quite possible.
Rodimus2006 wrote:I dont even know what Kiss Players are I thought those were a toy line from Japan.
Transformers: Kiss Players is the most disgusting Transformers series ever... at least, in the first half of its story. The first part of its story centers around an anti-Transformer movement headed by the Earth Defense Command (the same one from the G1 season 3 cartoon) in Japan, in which EDC members called "Kiss Players" (who are drawn by the artist to resemble underage
girls) bond with human-made Transformers called "Autoroopers" by kissing them to hunt down any remaining Cybertronian Transformers. This part of the story features extremely graphic content such as violence, nudity, sexual content (TONS of sexual content), sexual innuendos, implied lesbianism, rape, human-robot relationships, psychosis, and other gross concepts.
The second half of its story was far less risque, telling a more tame story involving time travel and dimension-hopping, in which the former Kiss Player girls from a singing group and travel through time and space with three Transformers called the "Sparkbots", as they search for pieces of something called the "Allspark". However, it turns out that the Sparkbots lied to them and what they're really hunting for are pieces of Unicron's lifeforce, as the Sparkbots intend to revive him. Primus intervenes as Unicron begins to revive and the two have a brawl on prehistoric Earth. It ends with Primus sealing Unicron and the Sparkbots within the Earth, where his lifeforce will remain trapped for millennia, until it is discovered tens of thousands of years in the future by the Maximals and Predacons led by Lio Convoy and Galvatron in the Beast Wars II cartoon (by this time, Earth has been renamed "Gaea", humanity is gone, and Unicron's lifeforce is known by the name of "Angolmois").
Rodimus2006 wrote:Beast Machines didnt get really dark until the middle of that series.
Um, Beast Machines was always dark. Think about it. Cybertron was rendered a dead world. Its entire population had practically been wiped out (i.e. - Megatron committed genocide). Megatron's mind was solely in control of the planet. His armies of lifeless Vehicon drones haunted the planet's surface. The Maximals led by Optimus Primal were the only survivors left, and had to fight for their lives everyday (meaning each and every one of their missions was practically a suicide mission). And, the whole series dealt with such adult-minded, philosophical, and controversial (for children) concepts such as "harmony vs. extremism", "the needs of one vs. the needs of many", "conflict and inequality in a free society", "free will vs. totalitarian oppression", "the true nature of harmony and chaos", and "religious faith in a higher order". That, my friend, is what made Beast Machines so intense and deep.
Red 50 wrote:I think that the guy who voiced Helios in Bakugan: New Vestroia would be pretty good voice for Unicron.
Bakugan is dubbed by Toronto-based voice actors in Canada. Prime is done by Los Angeles voice actors. Robert Maillet is already confirmed to voice Unicron.