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Wednesday, July 20th, 2011 9:03AM CDT

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Many Seibertronians tuned into our latest podcast, "Longshot" and we are pleased to announce this episodes "Listen To Win" Contest Winner!

Seibertron.com member It Is Him submitted the correct answer, "Chromedome" at 1:53PM, EST on Monday, 7/18.

It Is Him has won a copy of Shout! Factory's Japanese Collection: Headmasters courtesy of Seibertron.com and Shout! Factory!

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Congratulations It Is Him!

Keep listening to the Seibertron.com Twincast Podcast!
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Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1262691)
Posted by Counterpunch on July 20th, 2011 @ 9:18am CDT
joevill wrote:Counterpunch, you had to completely give up alcohol while training? When I first started my journey to my :BOT: transformation :CON: the only alcohol I had was Pinot Noir red wine. It does have an acquired taste but the health benefits are well worth it!


Yea dude, I only have one speed with this kind of stuff: Brutal.

Calories cut a minimum of 25%, running 4-5 days a week, very little extras. Summer is weight loss time, Winter will be muscle building and strength training. Assuming I don't die or something in the mean time.
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1262716)
Posted by Sabrblade on July 20th, 2011 @ 9:52am CDT
It Is Him wrote:At Botcon 2010, Counterpunch decided that Douplepunch should be renamed Donkeypunch.
Yes, but why?
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1262783)
Posted by rpetras on July 20th, 2011 @ 10:49am CDT
Dammit!

I think Razorclaw counterpunched me into getting a Fireburst Optimus. :sad:

I can really see the flamethrower theme working with those stupid pontoon tanks now. :BOOM:
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1262787)
Posted by Counterpunch on July 20th, 2011 @ 10:50am CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
It Is Him wrote:At Botcon 2010, Counterpunch decided that Douplepunch should be renamed Donkeypunch.
Yes, but why?


cuz it's funnier that way
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1262813)
Posted by Razorclaw0000 on July 20th, 2011 @ 11:05am CDT
rpetras wrote:Dammit!

I think Razorclaw counterpunched me into getting a Fireburst Optimus. :sad:

I can really see the flamethrower theme working with those stupid pontoon tanks now. :BOOM:


He looks really good. And the new eye paint is a shiny light blue. It almost looks like he has a gleam in his eyes as he barbecues a bunch of Decepticons.

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Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1262840)
Posted by Sabrblade on July 20th, 2011 @ 11:27am CDT
Counterpunch wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:
It Is Him wrote:At Botcon 2010, Counterpunch decided that Douplepunch should be renamed Donkeypunch.
Yes, but why?


cuz it's funnier that way
What I mean is, *how* did you coin the Donkey Punch name? What prompted you to think of it?

BTW, I think the first quote by It Is Him is one of the few times we've seen the words "Counterpunch", "Double Punch", and "Donkey Punch" together in the same sentence (until this one I just wrote, that is). :P
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1262851)
Posted by It Is Him on July 20th, 2011 @ 11:37am CDT
Razorclaw0000 wrote:Many Seibertronians tuned into our latest podcast, "Longshot" and we are pleased to announce this episodes "Listen To Win" Contest Winner!

Seibertron.com member It Is Him submitted the correct answer, "Chromedome" at 1:53PM, EST on Monday, 7/18.

It Is Him has won a copy of Shout! Factory's Japanese Collection: Headmasters courtesy of Seibertron.com and Shout! Factory!

[url=http://www.shoutfactorystore.com/prod.aspx?pfid=5257434&sid=33F2F2D8369949D783C5B5AD925C406C&nocookie=true]http://www.seibertron.com/images/misc/uploads/1302360774_81A62RgfDHL._AA1500_.jpg[/img]

Congratulations It Is Him!

Keep listening to the Seibertron.com Twincast Podcast!


I won? Cool! Hooray!
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1262857)
Posted by Counterpunch on July 20th, 2011 @ 11:42am CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
Counterpunch wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:
It Is Him wrote:At Botcon 2010, Counterpunch decided that Douplepunch should be renamed Donkeypunch.
Yes, but why?


cuz it's funnier that way
What I mean is, *how* did you coin the Donkey Punch name? What prompted you to think of it?

BTW, I think the first quote by It Is Him is one of the few times we've seen the words "Counterpunch", "Double Punch", and "Donkey Punch" together in the same sentence (until this one I just wrote, that is). :P


Whatever you do, don't search for that term on ED...
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1262904)
Posted by It Is Him on July 20th, 2011 @ 12:45pm CDT
Counterpunch wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:
Counterpunch wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:
It Is Him wrote:At Botcon 2010, Counterpunch decided that Douplepunch should be renamed Donkeypunch.
Yes, but why?


cuz it's funnier that way
What I mean is, *how* did you coin the Donkey Punch name? What prompted you to think of it?

BTW, I think the first quote by It Is Him is one of the few times we've seen the words "Counterpunch", "Double Punch", and "Donkey Punch" together in the same sentence (until this one I just wrote, that is). :P


Whatever you do, don't search for that term on ED...


Urban Dictionary has some good definitions. May be NSFW by some standards though.
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1263172)
Posted by jON3.0 on July 20th, 2011 @ 7:56pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:Another great one, guys, but, man, these 2 & a half hour recording are killing me. (:| :PEACE:


You and me both! :D I have to stand in a hot studio the whole time. :sad: Haha!
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1263628)
Posted by Teamus on July 21st, 2011 @ 11:22am CDT
I had to pause the podcast for a while, and when I came back, recording had gotten a bit slower for some reason. I was cracking up the whole time when you were talking about Ultimate Optimus Prime, cause it sounded like you were totally drunk. XD
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1263697)
Posted by Counterpunch on July 21st, 2011 @ 12:59pm CDT
Teamus wrote:I had to pause the podcast for a while, and when I came back, recording had gotten a bit slower for some reason. I was cracking up the whole time when you were talking about Ultimate Optimus Prime, cause it sounded like you were totally drunk. XD


Unfortunately I wasn't... :-(
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1263989)
Posted by Seibertron on July 21st, 2011 @ 7:22pm CDT
joevill wrote:Seibertron, Call of Hero? :lol: I love hearing about the technical upgrades to the website. Hearing you say such great things about the Kre-O Transformers is dangerous to my wallet. I thought they were neat at Botcon but decided they are not for me. Viewing your galleries and hearing you talk about how fun they are has really tempted me on getting a set. If you had to choose just one set which would you suggest?


Hmm ... tough one. Sideswipe and Starscream are probably my favorites. Haven't done robot mode Sentinel Prime yet or either mode for Ultimate Optimus Prime. As far as Kreons go, I think the Megatron set is a must because you get Megatron and Shockwave Kreons. Sideswipe is probably the one I'd recommend. Just wish they had given the Kre-o set a black head instead of red. Hopefully we get a Red Alert with a black head later down the road so that we can swap them if desired.
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1264139)
Posted by TulioDude on July 21st, 2011 @ 11:44pm CDT
Hasbro does Transformers that turn into obejects,like the Real Gear line,Scapel and Ejector.
You have to ask yourself if would be popular for kids and collectors.
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1264142)
Posted by Seibertron on July 21st, 2011 @ 11:47pm CDT
TulioDude wrote:Hasbro does Transformers that turn into obejects,like the Real Gear line,Scapel and Ejector.
You have to ask yourself if would be popular for kids and collectors.


But not main characters, and the main characters that once turned into objects no longer do. I believe, if done right, it would be popular for both kids and collectors. I was a kid once, and object-formers were amongst my favorite Transformers toys because I felt like I could really identify with them rather than it being a miniature car or plane.
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1264748)
Posted by TulioDude on July 22nd, 2011 @ 10:26pm CDT
I have to disagree with you guys about comics,i am a comic collector and find comic today are awesome.You can have awesome stories that are not only good on their own,but also serve a greater arc.

I also disagree about Soundwave,adapting him wasnt difficult.His G1 gimminck is kinda hard though.
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1264778)
Posted by Seibertron on July 23rd, 2011 @ 12:14am CDT
TulioDude wrote:I have to disagree with you guys about comics,i am a comic collector and find comic today are awesome.You can have awesome stories that are not only good on their own,but also serve a greater arc.

I also disagree about Soundwave,adapting him wasnt difficult.His G1 gimminck is kinda hard though.


As a very avid comic collector back in the day who amassed around 1,500 comics between 1989 to 1996 (excluding my TF comics from 84 to 91), what comics would you recommend? I feel that all comics are horribly drawn out these days, are way over priced, and focus more on coming out with a packaged graphic novel than actually telling a story. Not every story is or should be a 6 issue mini-series. Some stories just need to be told in one book (which is why I guess I really liked the TF spotlight books).

If adapting Soundwave isn't difficult, then why hasn't he been given a proper update yet? I wouldn't consider his Animated or DOTM updates great updates, though I did like him as a giant satellite in ROTF. I will admit that he served one of his primary functions as espionage or a spy in DOTM very well, just thought his sole form as a car wasn't proper. But I also grew up with him as a cassette player. He's going to be a tough one to do properly.
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Posted by TulioDude on July 24th, 2011 @ 7:59pm CDT
Seibertron wrote:As a very avid comic collector back in the day who amassed around 1,500 comics between 1989 to 1996 (excluding my TF comics from 84 to 91), what comics would you recommend? I feel that all comics are horribly drawn out these days, are way over priced, and focus more on coming out with a packaged graphic novel than actually telling a story. Not every story is or should be a 6 issue mini-series. Some stories just need to be told in one book (which is why I guess I really liked the TF spotlight books).

I read mainly Marvel comics,i enjoy their stories.
Thor has a great story telling.
Hulk comics,are great.
X-men show really good care for it characters.
Wolverine stories are well written.
Spider-Man comics are awesome,and they get even better if know some events that occurred.
They also make some great single stories.

Seibertron wrote:If adapting Soundwave isn't difficult, then why hasn't he been given a proper update yet?

What about Cybertron Soundwave?
Seibertron wrote: I wouldn't consider his Animated or DOTM updates great updates.

Why?
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1265964)
Posted by It Is Him on July 25th, 2011 @ 9:43am CDT
Seibertron wrote:As a very avid comic collector back in the day who amassed around 1,500 comics between 1989 to 1996 (excluding my TF comics from 84 to 91), what comics would you recommend? I feel that all comics are horribly drawn out these days, are way over priced, and focus more on coming out with a packaged graphic novel than actually telling a story. Not every story is or should be a 6 issue mini-series. Some stories just need to be told in one book (which is why I guess I really liked the TF spotlight books).


When I casually picked up the hobby again recently, I was surprised by the format change, too. It took me some time to adjust, but I realize it's not a bad thing. It's just different. You're not going to get arguments from me that comics are far too expensive, especially when I'm not seeing a huge difference in quality from what I was reading in the late 90s. The only non-TF books I'm buying at the moment are the Essentials black-and-white reprints, which give me the most bang for my buck.

Though, I do actively borrow trades from from friends, so I think I can suggest something worth reading (sorry if you've read these before :D )

- Planet Hulk - This one feels like one meaty story arc, versus something built for a trade. I recommend this one the most.

- Spider-man by J. Michael Straczynski (JMS) - As good as Stan Lee's original run. There are some six issues story arcs, but there are some individual one-issue stories as well.

- Green Lantern Rebirth, Green Lantern Vol. 1 - For someone like me who's not a big DC Universe fan, the Rebirth arc was confusing, but once I got past the first trade and into Vol. 1 etc. (#1-6, etc.), I discovered a dense story with a fun universe and great action.
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1268707)
Posted by It Is Him on July 30th, 2011 @ 9:06am CDT
I'd like to thank the Twincast for offering the Listen to Win contest on their Seibertron.com Twincast podcast. Seibertron.com himself dropped the Headmasters DVD in the mail, and I just received it a few days ago. I've been waiting to watch this series since the 90s, when I first read about it in some Transformers FAQ I found in the early days of the Internets. I knew one day they'd be released in America, and my patience makes this contest all the more awesome.

Below is proof of my victory. Maybe if you listen, you could win, too.

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Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1269731)
Posted by Counterpunch on August 1st, 2011 @ 12:10pm CDT
It Is Him wrote:I'd like to thank the Twincast for offering the Listen to Win contest on their Seibertron.com Twincast podcast. Seibertron.com himself dropped the Headmasters DVD in the mail, and I just received it a few days ago. I've been waiting to watch this series since the 90s, when I first read about it in some Transformers FAQ I found in the early days of the Internets. I knew one day they'd be released in America, and my patience makes this contest all the more awesome.

Below is proof of my victory. Maybe if you listen, you could win, too.

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Congrats dude!
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1269791)
Posted by It Is Him on August 1st, 2011 @ 2:12pm CDT
Thanks a bunch CP! (:
Re: Seibertron.com Twincast "Longshot" Listen To Win Contest Winner Announced! (1269861)
Posted by Doctor McGrath on August 1st, 2011 @ 4:44pm CDT
Seibertron wrote:
TulioDude wrote:I have to disagree with you guys about comics,i am a comic collector and find comic today are awesome.You can have awesome stories that are not only good on their own,but also serve a greater arc.

I also disagree about Soundwave,adapting him wasnt difficult.His G1 gimminck is kinda hard though.


As a very avid comic collector back in the day who amassed around 1,500 comics between 1989 to 1996 (excluding my TF comics from 84 to 91), what comics would you recommend? I feel that all comics are horribly drawn out these days, are way over priced, and focus more on coming out with a packaged graphic novel than actually telling a story. Not every story is or should be a 6 issue mini-series. Some stories just need to be told in one book (which is why I guess I really liked the TF spotlight books).

If adapting Soundwave isn't difficult, then why hasn't he been given a proper update yet? I wouldn't consider his Animated or DOTM updates great updates, though I did like him as a giant satellite in ROTF. I will admit that he served one of his primary functions as espionage or a spy in DOTM very well, just thought his sole form as a car wasn't proper. But I also grew up with him as a cassette player. He's going to be a tough one to do properly.


My favorites from recent are:

(Marvel) The New Avengers #1-current

(DC) Red Robin #1-current

I read a whole lot more but as far as story and art go, these two have been my favorite. I agree with It is Him as well on Planet Hulk,World War Hulk. They were great stories and made the Hulk more than just a strong, retarded monster.
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