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Postby Shane » Thu Sep 20, 2007 2:34 pm

Yeah, as part of the Diaclone range, but they gained mass appeal relabeled as Dinobots for the Transformers 2nd wave.And I agree Grimlock, and indeed most of the other Transformers were handled a lot better by the UK comic writers.Sidestepping a little, but there's an anime channel that I caught on sky last night that was showing the Japanese Headmaster's cartoon. My god! it's some of the worst dubbing I've ever ever heard. It's like a fan's done it.
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Postby AndyThomas » Thu Sep 20, 2007 7:48 pm

Oh yes, that and the one with the bizarre bullet train in it. Obviously couldn't find the original voice artists, or a decent dubber. All very bizarre. I think I saw an actual anime chanel somewhere on Sky, and is it Propeller TV or something that seems to do anime after 8 or 9? Tripped across some Guyver on it the other day very randomly....
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Postby Crash » Sun Sep 23, 2007 11:14 am

Well dubbing in the UK and US is what actors do when they've fizzled out, isn't it? I think we were very lucky with Star Fleet. Even massive budget modern stuff like Gundam SEED is unwatchable in English.
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Postby Abdul » Fri Sep 12, 2008 9:31 pm

(Shane @ Aug. 07 2007,14:29)QUOTEIt's a mess of a movie, pretty incoherent, hey, it's a Michael Bay movie I expected no less!^^^^^^^^^^Yep, I'm in agreement there!Michael Bay gives boys plenty of what they want, namely fast cars, explosions, military weapons and scantily-clad girls.Oh yes, I believe there were also some transforming robots in the film too  

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