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BotCon 2011 - The Hall of Fame Fan's Choice is Waspinator
bwbm - Saturday, June 04, 2011

The fans have spoken (voted) and the BotCon 2011 Fan's Choice for the Hall of Fame is Waspinator! For the second year in a row, the fans have chosen a Beast era character for the BotCon Hall of Fame. Waspinator beat out Erector (which received a very humorous video tribute), Jazz, Soundwave, and Grimlock. What do you think of this fan choice and the so-far domination by Beast Wars characters? Let us know in the comments!

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4:18 pm

As a 33 year old man who has loved Transformers, let me also say, I voted for Waspinator too. It only makes sense that the fans choice would go to a fan favorite like Waspinator. I cannot tell you how many times during the late 90's and early 00's I did a bad Waspinator impersonation. Fans ... read more 
3:53 pm

I demand a recount... LOL 
2:00 pm

I loved his Transmetal toy. it was easily one of my favorite BW figures. 
Lord Atmo
12:40 pm

Yes, but the original toy had 2 heads and horribly inaccurate proportions compared to what we saw on TV. The technology exists now to make a TV accurate toy of ol' Waspy 
12:01 pm

2:39 am

I hate to say this,but Beast Wars had much more characterization in it's first season than most of G1 in it's entire run. I have no problem with Waspy winning this one, he deserves it. 
10:54 pm

Balls to this. Soundwave and Grimlock lost to this?! 
Jason X
9:33 pm

Another factor here is that there were 4 G1 characters nominated and only 1 Beast Wars character. G1 fans are divided amongst personal favorites while Beast Wars fan have no choice but to stand united. Nominate 4 BW characters and only 1 G1 and watch the G1 character win. Next years I'd like to ... read more 
8:02 pm

Waspinator can't be any better than his original Beast Wars toy. Let's face it, he's got one of the simplest transitions from robot mode to alt-mode, in both the show and toy. 
Lord Atmo
7:37 pm

we need all-new toys of all of the HoF members! At least ol' Waspy does. A Generations figure! Cmon Hasbro! The poor guy has been beaten and blown up all his life. Show him some love! 
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