XDMan wrote:I'm just saying, because they homage to each other like Super Link Shockblast to G1 Shockwave. And some people say that WFC is part of G1, like TakaraTomy in their United toyline. TFwiki.net has this link: tfwiki.net/wiki/transformers_united. You could search for it on Google. Takara showed that THEIR fiction shows WFC Optimus, Megatron and Bumblebee scanning their Earth modes: WFC Optimus to Classics Deluxe Optimus, WFC Megatron to Henkei/Classics Voyager Megatron (still G1-accurate) and WFC Bumblebee to Henkei Bumblebee.
I get what you're saying but that's a different case. Takara isn't saying that WFC is part of G1 in the United line, but rather, Takara is instead saying that United is a G1 universe that borrows
the WFC designs and repurposes
them for the G1 characters, much like how IDW is currently doing the very same thing with their G1 comics.
XDMan wrote:Like I said, some people would say that WFC is part of G1, like how WFC Soundwave and Bumblebee fit the G1 versions more than their Prime versions because of the designs.
That's because the WFC designs are an homage to the G1 designs and so some people still think that the homage is great enough to make it be part of G1, when it is not. It's a non-G1 series that is simply heavily influenced by G1.
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