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Ideal voice actors for a reboot series:
Metlar - David Solobov
D'Compose - Charles Adler or Steve Blum
Tendril - Steve Blum or Charles Adler
Sslither - Frank Welker
Gargoyle - Jim Cummings or Mark Ryan
Nightcrawler - Mark Ryan or Clancy Brown
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I just rewatched all 13 episodes of the series today...so much fun!

It was probably the first show I ever saw that was more serialized rather than a bunch of stand alone episodes. And its also interesting to see how there aren't strictly "good guys" and "bad guys" aligned with each other, but the bad guys are constantly stabbing each other in the back, and the different factions (Redwoods, Granites, Earth Corps, etc.) are making alliances and going against each other depending on what the situation is. After growing up with shows like Transformers and GI Joe, its interesting to see something like this come out.

Also, with so many monsters running around, that always makes me happy.
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GojiDog wrote: Sat Nov 14, 2020 9:06 pm I just rewatched all 13 episodes of the series today...so much fun!

It was probably the first show I ever saw that was more serialized rather than a bunch of stand alone episodes. And its also interesting to see how there aren't strictly "good guys" and "bad guys" aligned with each other, but the bad guys are constantly stabbing each other in the back, and the different factions (Redwoods, Granites, Earth Corps, etc.) are making alliances and going against each other depending on what the situation is. After growing up with shows like Transformers and GI Joe, its interesting to see something like this come out.

Also, with so many monsters running around, that always makes me happy.
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Inhumanoids custom made figures from a talented gent who goes by the handle GeoKaiser.
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Link to his page featuring Kaiser's customs.
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The second chapter to RetroBlasting's look at the INHUMANOIDS , "Clearing out the Demons."

Also INHUMANOIDS showrunner Flint Dille. Along with collaborators Buzz Dixon, Doug Booth, and Rick Merwin talk about Evil That Lies Within. And even an episode for sadly never made second season of the toy line, "A Bone To Pick" . Along with G.I. Joe, and Transformers.
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This might be just wishful thinking on my part, but I think that Gorzak was intended to be part of the Inhumanoids. The toy really does look like it would have fitted right in with big monsters.

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Could have it been that someone working on the Inhumanoids for Hasbro, had designed Gorzak for the toy line. Then toy line got canned and the toy designer left Hasbro to work for another you company and later, reused the design for Gorzak?

Like I said, probably just wishful thinking on my part.

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kingkevzilla88 wrote: Sun Nov 29, 2020 1:17 pm This might be just wishful thinking on my part, but I think that Gorzak was intended to be part of the Inhumanoids. The toy really does look like it would have fitted right in with big monsters.

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Could have it been that someone working on the Inhumanoids for Hasbro, had designed Gorzak for the toy line. Then toy line got canned and the toy designer left Hasbro to work for another you company and later, reused the design for Gorzak?

Like I said, probably just wishful thinking on my part.
I think Gorzak was made by Tyco.
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SonOfGorgo wrote: Mon Nov 30, 2020 12:22 am
kingkevzilla88 wrote: Sun Nov 29, 2020 1:17 pm This might be just wishful thinking on my part, but I think that Gorzak was intended to be part of the Inhumanoids. The toy really does look like it would have fitted right in with big monsters.

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Could have it been that someone working on the Inhumanoids for Hasbro, had designed Gorzak for the toy line. Then toy line got canned and the toy designer left Hasbro to work for another you company and later, reused the design for Gorzak?

Like I said, probably just wishful thinking on my part.
I think Gorzak was made by Tyco.
Gorzak was indeed a product of Tyco. As you can see in commercial for the obscure action figure which you can command.

He does look a lot the leader of the Inhumanoids ,Metlar. I wouldn't be surprised one of designers who worked on the Evil That Lies Within might've done some work for Tyco. It could be just one heck of a coincidence too. But the resemblance is uncanny.
I also once wondered if perhaps the Decepticon Pretenders from the Transformers 1988 toy line with their monstrous appearances were originally intended for future figure ideas on the Inhumanoids. Or rejected ideas.
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The One and Only wrote: Mon Nov 30, 2020 8:22 pm
SonOfGorgo wrote: Mon Nov 30, 2020 12:22 am
kingkevzilla88 wrote: Sun Nov 29, 2020 1:17 pm This might be just wishful thinking on my part, but I think that Gorzak was intended to be part of the Inhumanoids. The toy really does look like it would have fitted right in with big monsters.

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Could have it been that someone working on the Inhumanoids for Hasbro, had designed Gorzak for the toy line. Then toy line got canned and the toy designer left Hasbro to work for another you company and later, reused the design for Gorzak?

Like I said, probably just wishful thinking on my part.
I think Gorzak was made by Tyco.
Gorzak was indeed a product of Tyco. As you can see in commercial for the obscure action figure which you can command.

He does look a lot the leader of the Inhumanoids ,Metlar. I wouldn't be surprised one of designers who worked on the Evil That Lies Within might've done some work for Tyco. It could be just one heck of a coincidence too. But the resemblance is uncanny.
I also once wondered if perhaps the Decepticon Pretenders from the Transformers 1988 toy line with their monstrous appearances were originally intended for future figure ideas on the Inhumanoids. Or rejected ideas.
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Okay, I legit would have loved that Gorzak toy as a child! (still kind of want it now)
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