Mechafire wrote:Pretty much the only way this could make sense at this point is if they mean the same continuity family, as in they're unrelated, story-wise, but still under the same name.
Like, for example, the G1 cartoon and the G1 comics. They didn't flow together at all in their stories, but they were still both G1.
Well, that's definitely for certain at this point. There's really no question about their shared Continuity Family (unless there's still some folks out there who are convinced that WFC and Exodus are G1/Primax and Prime is Movieverse/Tyran).
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