Great Lakes Comiccon Welcomes David Kaye
Wednesday, November 1st, 2017 12:17pm CDTCategories: Event News, People News
Posted by: D-Maximal_Primal Views: 14,956
Great Lakes Comiccon will be held on February 23-24, 2018 at the Macomb Community College, Warren, Michigan.
A new day... a new month... a new guest annoucement!
Join us in welcoming David Kaye to the Great Lakes Comic-Con! Appearing on Saturday, February 24, 2018 ONLY!
David is best known for being the voice of Megatron on Transformers Beast Wars, Beast Machines, and more! He was also the voice of Animated Optimus Prime, General Hawk on G.I. Joe and much more!
Credit(s): Great Lakes Comiccon
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But I wasn't a fan of those Hasbro-verse books.
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Now I see her with credits on such animated series as Guardians of the Galaxy. Apparently continuity in these series means absolutely nothing anymore. Its just about being a pale copy of the films. Season 3 kicks off literally with an episode which is an animated version of the Mission Breakout ride at Disney's California Adventure. The characters are automatically updated to look like their post *Volme 2* selves with no regard to what happened in the last season. Gawd....being a fan of comic-based animated series is torture. But I don't fully blame Scott, she is just a pawn in all of this.
Jeph Loeb is the mastermind of this disaster. I hate his decisions so much. As great as Spectacular Spider-Man & Avengers: EMH are, (which Loeb cancelled) I've rewatched them so many times in the past decade, I have them practically memorized.
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Saturday (6/16/18) at 4:30pm in the Central City - Mile High Ballroom DCCP3
Check out my previous article for more details on the talk! Thanks Seibertronians!
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Yours's truly will hold a panel about Transformers toys. The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly. I will compare toys that come from the same line, the same category. One would be an incredible one compared to one that is bafflingly designed. Me and my partner's English are not good enough to hold a bilingual panel. Beside, making in in both French and English would just make the thing less fun and spontaneous. So the panel will be in French only. But eh, come anyway if you don't understand French completely. You'll get the gist of it, I'm sure.
https://www.montrealcomiccon.com/en/wor ... he-ugly-2/
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Pour les collectionneurs de #Toys, un stand @Hasbro avec des nouveautés et collectors #StarWars Black Series, #Marvel, #Venom, #Transformers et #Bumblebee. Et un panel où seront révélées des exclusivités. #ComicConParis
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Read on more below, and head to the event's site for more information and tickets. The event runs on 12-14 July 2019, so you still have a decent amount of time.
Frank Welker is best known is best known for voicing iconic characters Fred Wilson and Scooby-Doo in the ScoobyDoo franchises which is celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2019. He is also Megatron in the Transformer series and movie franchises. In addition he has voiced hundred of other characters on series such as The Real Ghostbusters, Garfield, Futurama, The Smurfs, Aladdin, GI Joe, Super Friends and many more! which For his complete filmography click here to visit his imdb profile.
Posted by Bouncy X on October 5th, 2018 @ 11:58am CDT
I mean seriously, take the 80s alone, he was probably involved in 95% of the cartoons of that time...whether it was a main role, reacuring, guest spot or just growls for animals or monsters, he was everywhere!
of course I'd wanna meet him due to Megatron...but Fred is another iconic role, outside of the Pup Named Scooby Doo series, I think he's voiced Fred in every animated Scooby incarnation since it began in 1969, that's crazy!
not to mention Dr. Claw on Inspector Gadget, a voice he's used in numerous other properties as well including Soundwave!
anyway I'm jealous!
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My local Vintage Stock had fliers and I picked one up.