The Hub's "Naughty or Nice" Awards 2012
Saturday, December 8th, 2012 2:55PM ESTCategory: Cartoon News
Posted by: El Duque Views: 31,220
Transformers characters up for awards:
- Most Villainous Laugh - Megatron
- Nastiest Hissy Fit - Starscream
- Naughtiest Use of a Villainous Power - Dr. Morocco
- Nicest of All - Blades
- Awesomest Good Deed - Optimus Prime and the Autobots
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Posted by XDMan on December 8th, 2012 @ 5:43pm EST
Face it, every single and is nice...nice to entertain me!
Really, I never liked that MLP:FIM show.
Posted by Bumblevivisector on December 8th, 2012 @ 8:39pm EST
Despite where my loyalties lie, I had to break ranks on "Naughtiest use of a villainous power". Dr. Morocco became a serious villain in the Rescue Bots season finale, a preschool version of Joseph Curwen even, but the stolen youth chamber just wasn't an evil power in and of itself. Queen Chrysalis and Megaria both outperformed him, so I had to give most of my votes to the latter, since Kaijudo is awesome, a rare example of an American take on a franchise improving on its anime counterpart (a painfully uninspired YuGiOh rip-off) in every department.
I was ready to give Razor-Kinder Puppet "Best Villainous Laugh" too, since it's about the creepiest sound effect on any HUB cartoon, but the clip they chose from the Prime season finale reminded me of how much meaning Frank Welker can infuse a supervillain trope with.
Posted by Sabrblade on December 9th, 2012 @ 12:08am EST
Q from Star Trek. No really. That's totally Q from Star Trek. Same actor and everything.XDMan wrote:Old Goat!
That's a song?XDMan wrote:"Megatron Must Be Stopped"!
The fact that it's fun, clever, and intelligently-written sure helps (unlike its predecessor cartoons which were ).XDMan wrote:And what makes your show cool!?
Posted by PrymeStriker on December 9th, 2012 @ 1:57am EST
XDMan wrote:Shut up Porkie Pie and Old Goat!
You mean Madeline and Q.
How dare YOU make Megatron's so called "favorite song" from you when it should be "Megatron Must Be Stopped"!
That's not a real song.
How dare you take all of my fellow Seibertronions away from me!
Now you're just being ridiculous. There are plenty of anti-bronies on here for you to join up and plot with.
And what makes your show cool!?
Because it's not your every day glitter-sparkle, happy sunshine, pretty princess little girl's programme, unlike just about every other little girl's cartoon. There's good writing, voice acting, and animation.
Lauren Faust made this. When The Faust is involved in a cartoon, the game changes.
Really, I never liked that MLP:FIM show.
You don't have to. Don't rant about it here, either.
Posted by Shegotron on December 9th, 2012 @ 2:24pm EST
Thing is, there are only three categories that MLP:FIM is up for, compared to five for Transformers (between Prime and Rescue Bots), and only two of those are head-to-head. And, really, the Flim Flam brothers song arguably shouldn't be under "nicest jam" considering they were the designated bad guys of that episode. I'd have nominated Pinkie's "Smile" song, personally - and THAT episode features Richard Newman, a.k.a. Rhinox!
I didn't think I'd ever like that show, but after seeing more of my friends liking it, I gave it a fair shake and ended up becoming a fan. It certainly hasn't affected my being a fan of Transformers, or any of the myriad other things I'm a fan of. To me, it's just one more thing to like.
And that's all I have to say about that. I'm definitely voting Megatron and Optimus, that's for sure.
Posted by PrymeStriker on December 9th, 2012 @ 5:21pm EST
Shegotron wrote:And, really, the Flim Flam brothers song arguably shouldn't be under "nicest jam" considering they were the designated bad guys of that episode.
Well, it is one of the nicest jams, but not one of the nicest jams.
Has your brain melted?
and THAT episode features Richard Newman, a.k.a. Rhinox!
I did not know he played Cranky Doodle Donkey!