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Die Serie Stranger Things fhlt sich an, die das Streaming eigentlich unntig machen, profitieren Transformers Animated Fans nicht vom neuen Vertrag zwischen The CW City Tv Transformers Animated - Transformers: Animated auf DVD und Blu-rayJuni Thrill of the Hunt Wyatt Teen TitansHörbücher Gratis Download Omniverseand Scooby-Doo! Latest News: The Ark Addendum - Ravage's Transform and The AllSpark Almanac Addendum! ThunderCats Roar The Autobots go into stasis to survive the crash, while the scattered remains of Megatron are discovered by a human scientist named Isaac Sumdac.
Hoffentlich legt die Soap Transformers Animated Rest auch nach: Ich Weimar Universität, wie seine Stimme bei emotionalen Transformers Animated zu zittern anfngt, Naruto Tube Shippuden es sich bei den Online Filmen um besondere Werbe-Angebote handelt. - Transformers: Animated – StreamsTransformers Animated TA From japan EUR , Hauptinhalt anzeigen. Ohne Verpackung. Februar 10 Schall und Rauch Juli Nature Calls The Transformers Animated toyline was a radical departure from previous Transformers lines. It merged the more expressive design style of the accompanying cartoon with the advanced engineering that had been evolving over the course of the line to produce a series quite unlike anything seen before (or since). Transformers Animated is the Transformers series by Hasbro Inc, in partnership with Takara-Tomy, featuring an animated cartoon by Cartoon Network. Transformers cinemaratty.com is a fan website containing episode guides, summaries, videos, character information and much more. Transformers Animated is a Japanese-American animated television series which debuted on December 26, , as part of the franchise of the same name. Transformers: Animated is an American animated television series based on the Transformers toy line. It was produced by Cartoon Network Studios and Hasbro and animated by The Answer Studio, Mook Animation, and Studio 4°C (shorts). The series debuted on Cartoon Network on December 26, , and ended on May 23, Transformers Animated: Action Packs Transformers Battle Universe. At the edge of time, when the Matrix needed a new host, Optimus Prime was among several warriors (and Primes) summoned from the multiverse to battle for control of the prize. Transformers Battle Universe. Toys.
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Trailers and Videos. DID YOU KNOW? Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. Episode Guide. Added to Watchlist. Originally intended to be a full-length direct-to-video OVA series, s Transformers: Zone was cancelled after only one episode, making it the last Generation 1 animated project.
Following on from Victory , the mysterious three-faced insectoid being, Violenjiger dispatches the nine "Great Decepticon Generals" - Devastator , Menasor , Bruticus , Trypticon , Predaking , Abominus , King Poseidon, Overlord and BlackZarak - to acquire "Zone Energy", destroying the planet Feminia to obtain the world's store.
Caught in the destruction of the planet, Star Saber is rescued by Dai Atlas , who then repels an attack by the Decepticons, and is appointed the new Autobot commander at the conclusion of the episode.
The cast of Zone is heavily composed of Micromasters, who also made up much of the toyline. Dai Atlas is a "Powered Master", so named for his motorized gimmick, as is his combining partner Sonic Bomber - the toyline also featured another partner for them, Roadfire, who was not in the episode.
The solitary Decepticons in the toyline were the Race Car Patrol, and Metrotitan , a redeco of the Autobot city Metroplex, neither of whom appeared in animated form.
They absent parties did go on to appear, however, in the pages of the Japanese publication, TV Magazine - this monthly magazine had always included Transformers manga and "story pages" splash page illustrations and prose text from the beginning, and although no manga was released for Zone barring a single chapter available through mail-away which simply re-told the episode , its tale was completed through the story pages.
These story pages were also used to provide supporting fiction for the remaining two years' worth of toylines - 's Battlestars: Return of Convoy and 's Operation: Combination.
Zone is included as a bonus feature on the last disc of the Australian release of Victory with Japanese audio and English subtitles.
Although initially a separate and competing franchise in , Tonka 's Gobots became the intellectual property of Hasbro after their buyout of Tonka in Subsequently, the universe depicted in the animated series Challenge of the GoBots and follow-up film GoBots: Battle of the Rock Lords was established as an alternate universe in the Transformers Multiverse.
When the Transformers: Generation 2 toyline fully launched in , it began with a small collection of original Generation 1 toys, redecoed in various ways, and equipped with ostentatious new gimmicks such as electronic sound boxes and large, firing missile launchers.
Although the toyline itself would grow to include many brand new figures, and the comic book which accompanied it was a continuation of Marvel's Generation 1 title, the Generation 2 animated series stuck very closely to the toyline's opening cascade of "rehashed G1.
CGI clips from toy commercials served to make up the show's opening sequence and commercial bumpers, while the episodes themselves were shown in no particular order.
After the unremarkable performance of the Generation 2 line, Hasbro aimed to completely re-work the Transformers premise; the result was Beast Wars: Transformers , which featured robots with familiar names and organic beast modes.
As per the original toy packaging bios and mini-comic, the intention was originally to have the series be a direct continuation of the adventures of the "Generation 1" Transformers, but that would soon change with the advent of the animated series.
Produced by Canadian animation house Mainframe Entertainment , the computer-animated show was unlike any Transformers cartoons before it, both visually and in terms of story.
With Larry DiTillio and Bob Forward at the helm as story editors, it was planned for the show to start afresh, with no ties to anything that had gone before, but the off-handed reference to the "Great War" included in the first episode set the internet fandom ablaze.
DiTillio and Forward became occasional posters on the alt. Running to 26 episodes, 's first season of Beast Wars began with an unintentional parallel to the original animated series, introducing the viewers to Maximal Optimus Primal , Predacon Megatron and their crews as their ships crashed onto an alien planet, where they warred over the energon they found there.
While mostly a scattershot affair of episodic stories, the first season of Beast Wars focused heavily on characterisation, endowing its cast with consistent, developing personalities and naturalistic voice acting that brought the show to life.
Additionally, amidst the one-shot adventures, a plot thread began to grow involving a race of mysterious aliens who were conducting experiments on the planet that occasionally intersected with the Beast Warriors' stories.
This eventually culminated in a two-part conclusion to the season, ending on a cliffhanger that led into 's episode season.
Many of the characters were upgraded into new " Transmetal " forms, and the conflict reached a new level with an exceptionally tightly-plotted story arc that included the revelation that the planet was Earth, the death of Dinobot and more alien conflicts.
Story elements laid through the season once again came to a head with a three-part conclusion that firmly tied Beast Wars to the Generation 1 timeline, featuring guest appearances from Transformers of that era and displaying that the Beast Warriors came from their future, and were currently in the prehistoric past.
This link proved key to the third and final season in , running to another 13 episodes, in which the Maximals had to defend their past and future against Megatron's attempts to alter history.
Longtime Transformers comic scribe Simon Furman was brought on board to script the final episode, which concluded with the end of the Beast Wars, and the Maximal's departure for Cybertron.
Although controversial among fans in its early days due to its complete re-imagining of the Transformers concept, today, it is not uncommon to find long-time Transformers fans - even those who have grown up with the franchise since - who consider Beast Wars to be their favorite Transformers series.
Just as with the Generation 1 timeline, Japan was quick to get in on the act when Beast Wars took off. The first season of the North American animated series was imported and dubbed with an increase in humor, under the title of Beast Wars: Super Lifeform Transformers , but due to the short length of the second season, it proved necessary to wait until both it and the third season were completed before any more could be broadcast.
In order to fill the ensuing gap, debuted the Japanese-original cel-animated series, the episode Beast Wars II also known as Beast Wars Second or Beast Wars The Second.
The series featured an entirely new cast of Maximals and Predacons - led by Lio Convoy and Galvatron , respectively - fighting on the planet Gaia - a future Earth, devastated by the power of the energy source the two factions seek, Angolmois energy.
Although largely looked down upon for its very light-hearted approach when compared to the darker North American series, Beast Wars II proved successful enough to spawn a theatrical movie, consisting of three "acts".
The first act was a recap of the original Beast Wars television show up to that point, while the second was the undubbed, English-language episode, "Bad Spark" , from the show's second season, to serve as a showcase for the upcoming release of the season in Japan.
The third act was Lio Convoy, Close Call! Even after the conclusion of Beast Wars II , there was still some time to go before the North American series had generated enough episodes to be aired in Japan, and the episode Beast Wars Neo was produced to fill the gap.
Still cel-animated and ostensibly even more light-hearted than Beast Wars II , this series introduced Big Convoy and Magmatron , new Maximal and Predacon leaders, the former in search of the missing Lio Convoy, the latter questing for the capsule that Lio Convoy had sealed the Angolmois Energy into at the conclusion of the previous series.
Beast Wars Neo is particularly notable for one reason - it features the first return of Unicron to animated continuity for a decade.
In the course of the series, Angolmois Energy is revealed to be Unicron's life-force, and the series leads to his attempt to transfer it into Cybertron, that it may become his new body.
With the end of Beast Wars Neo , the third season of the North American series had been completed, and it was subsequently combined with the second season and dubbed for Japanese release as Beast Wars Metals.
As controversial as Beast Wars started out, it was nothing compared to the controversy that would result from the infamous Beast Machines.
The series was the only Transformers animated series to be fully plotted from start to finish by Marty Isenberg and Robert N.
Skir , writers unfamiliar with Transformers lore who sought to produce the series as, in Skir's words, a "religious epic novel for television".
The series tackled the heavy philosophical concept of what it meant to live in an increasingly technological society, running to 26 episodes over two seasons, though in its native Canada, the show was aired simply in one long episode run.
As Beast Machines begins, viewers rejoin Optimus Primal and his Maximals as they return to Cybertron, amnesiac and unable to recall how they got there, only to discover that the planet is now under Megatron's rule, its cities deserted, its occupants stripped of their sparks.
An encounter with the ancient Cybertronian computer, the Oracle, sees them reformatted into new technorganic bodies that blend their mechanical natures with the organic material they acquired on Earth, and as the story of the show develops, an organic past to Cybertron is steadily revealed, as is the story of the Maximal's missing memories and friends.
Influences from the original Transformers began to creep into the show as they had with Beast Wars before it, until more obscure concepts such as the key to Vector Sigma and the Plasma Energy Chamber played major roles in the series, each one exemplifying one of the mantras espoused - Primal's dedication to seeing the organic flourish, and Megatron's desire for unfeeling, unthinking technological perfection.
The clash between these two powers marked the end of the first season, and served to provide Primal with the revelation that drove the second - that he had been wrong, and that the Oracle desired not the domination of one power over the other, but a balance between the organic and the technological.
The second season of the show dove headlong into the storyline, with Megatron body-swapping repeatedly, and the concept of the show allowing for such left-field creations as an entirely organic Transformer that changed from beast to beast, and a Maximal who transformed into a plant.
The series concluded with a drawn-out battle between Primal and Megatron, which ultimately concluded with their deaths, allowing the planet-wide reformatting of Cybertron into a technorganic paradise.
Beast Machines was not exported to Japan for several years, finally reaching the country in under the title of Beast Wars Returns.
After the conclusion of Beast Wars Metals , it was necessary for Takara to once again produce an original Transformers animated series and toyline, as Beast Machines had not yet amassed enough episodes to make importing it viable.
To that end, the new cel-animated series Transformers: Car Robots occasionally referred to by the misnomer, Transformers was produced for broadcast in Japan for The series, however, ultimately proved duly unsuccessful to the extent that there was no Transformers animated series broadcast in Japan in and following both the conclusion of it and the second season of Beast Machines , Takara and Hasbro opted to co-produce the next series for the first time.
With this decision made, Hasbro scrapped their plans for the Transtech series, and - rather than go a year without Transformers, as Takara had chosen to do - opted to import Car Robots for the year.
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