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BotCon 2012 - David Kaye To Appear In a Two-Episode Story Arc on Transformers Prime - UPDATED

By Peter Van on Saturday, April 28, 2012



Here's a way cool bit of news just in from the Transformers BotCon 2012 Gary Chalk and David Kaye Panel. It has been announced that David Kaye will be on an episode of Transformers Prime. David Kaye's arc on the show will span two episodes Stay tuned for more news and updated from the convention all weekend right here as it happens on TFormers.com. Update: During the Hall of Fame event, it was revealed that Shockwave will appear in Transformers Prime. Could Mr. Kaye lend this voice to the iconic Decepticon?

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Shadowpanther
2012-04-29
9:57 pm

sounds interesting,bring on david kaye. he's got a awesome voice & he'll provide a decent voice over in the TFP cartoon series. I don't think david kaye will voice shockwave in TFP. because david kaye is only doing voice over for two TFP cartoon episodes. my solid guess is TFP Shock... read more 
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