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Old 07-03-2007, 01:33 AM   #55
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Default Re: The official G1 purist thread.

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Originally Posted by ShadowBoxing View Post
Sam wasn't part of G1. The name was Spike.
You want to dabble on little things. Very well.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0418279/quotes

It says Sam "Spike" Witwicky. "Spike" is his callname. It doesn't get called in the movie, because:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spike_Witwicky#Spike

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And Blackout and Barricade weren't G1 either.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vortex_%28Transformers%29
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brawl_%28Transformers%29


Blackout was initially intended to be Vortex, and Devastator was initially be named (and still within Toys) to be Brawl. Barricade wasn't in G1 shows (but in G1 toys), well if there's a TV shows about Barricade is not gonna be in Beast Wars but in G1-expansion.

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Ironhide was obviously based largely on Rhinox in robot mode.
I don't see the similarity. You're just pushing something that's not exact fact.

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Optimus did gorrilla type acrobatics.
Hmm, I didn't remember it. Well, if someone or something did a gait moving from one building to another, is it supposed to be copying from Beast Wars cartoon? Being Michael Bay, I think he would rather copy it from King Kong or simply made it so because that's the simplest way of doing a CGI object movement.

Pushing on an issue that's not quite fact++

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The story and pod landing borrowed from Armada.
Man, if an originally non-TF fan like Michael Bay wants to make a movie, he will create his own initial stories and don't have to copy anything from any TF shows. If there are origins stories that suit him, he will take it as long as it depicts largely G1-based characters and mythos.

Again your pushing something that's not quite fact.

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