Interviews

Interviews with the creative forces behind Transformers.

Interviews: Campbell Lane (11/99)

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Interviews

In October of 1999 I had the fortune of speaking with voice actor Campbell Lane, known to Transformers fans as the voice of the powerful Rampage! Campbell lived in Montreal, Canada for 15 years where he attended boarding school. During his last year of high school, his family moved to Vancouver where he attended the Royal Military College. Campbell was raised to appreciate all sorts of cultures such as Japanese, Chinese and French cultures.

Interviews: Bob Forward (9/97)

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1. Please tell us a little about your background.
My father is a scientist -- from his influence came my fascination with science fiction. My mother is actually an excellent writer but she never really pursued it as a career. I started in the industry as an artist and then switched to writing because it was more fun to cause the production problems than try to solve them.

2. What got you interested in writing?

Interviews: Bob Forward (8/99)

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Interviews

1. What have you been up to since the end of Beast Wars?
Greg Johnson and I did "Roswell Conspiracies" for BKN. For those interested, Simon Furman wrote a number of the shows, as did Ian Weir. We're now doing "Dan Dare" (for a different studio -- and again, Furman and Weir are contributing) and Larry and I are supposed to reunite on "Kong" for BKN.

Interviews: Bob Budiansky (2/04)

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Interviews

Writer & Artist:
Bob Budiansky Interview (February 2004)


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This section is an archive of the various interviews that bwtf.com has had the honor of obtaining over the years. The people interviewed range from voice actors to writers to animators. These short discussions offer unique insights into the world of Transformers entertainment. bwtf.com is thankful to all those who took time out provide interviews for this site. Interviews are broken up into categories and listed chronologically.