To imagine I doubted it! Montreal is a town of winners!
What ever happened to the sports media at the Gazette? The Canadiens get obliterated 5-1 by the worst team in the playoffs, and I read nothing but rational analysis of the massacre. Where is the irrational fist waving and bleating? Where are the demands that the NHL revamp its rules to let the Canadiens trade its entire team during the playoffs? How could such disgustingly measured, prudent and responsible stories make it to a Montreal newspaper??
In the future, please use headlines such as “Price Chopper” or “The Price is Wrong” and make sure that the story is accordingly alarmist. If this coddling goes on, players might actually like playing in Montreal and Jacques Lemaire might one day be in the coach’s seat – disaster!!
Cybershark is a character who never appeared in the TV series – although you wouldn’t know it from his tech spec. He actually sounds exactly the same as Depth Charge ended up. This exact same mold was reused in Transformers: Robots in Disguise as the character “Sky-Byte” (Japanese name: Gelshark) – the reuse had a much better colour scheme, with all of the details actually having colours attached to them. That is not a criticism of Cybershark though – he really was one of the most attractive colour schemes released in the Beast Wars era.
Two classic Transformers characters in a remarkably friendly mood (for them anyway)
Until Hasbro settled on the name “Nemesis Prime”, the name “Scourge” was used for Black and Teal repaints of Optimus Prime. Prior to that, Scourge was a character from the original Transformers TV show – his role was that of the lackey of the planet-sized Transformer, Unicron (and later, during the third season of the original series, the lackey of Galvatron).
Squeezed between those two was Transmetal 2 Scourge. A mix of colours and with a unique leg design (somewhat similar to the one used in Beast Machines Cheetor), Scourge is unique in that he is a Transformer I did not want, did not buy, and have anyway. (My brother and sister gave it as a gag gift because I always complained about how ugly it was).