ProfileJust because Autobot Ratchet chooses to avoid fighting doesn't mean he never learned how. His intimate knowledge of anatomy allows him to strike with surgical precision, making a fight against him a very painful losing proposition.
REVIEWNo matter what I ultimately may think of the Transformers Prime toyline, it was
always clear to me that I would have to have a Ratchet. Though any Ratchet can
be a cranky, battle-weary old medic (aside from the movie version who three
films later I still have zero idea of as a character), what grabs this version
and sets him apart is the voice talent of Jeffrey Combs. Though rare to find
him not playing a villain or vague nutjob or some combination of the two ideas,
when he does play a different role you get a character brought to life just by
the way the lines are read. Continue to the full review.
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