The two indispensable and out of print resources for Transformers: Animated
have been combined with new supplemental material to make a definitive reference. Transformers Animated: The Complete Allspark Almanac
is the final word on the series by Jim Sorenson and Bill Forster, with contributions from Marty Isenberg, Derrick J. Wyatt, Eric Siebenaler, Aaron Archer, and more! Continue to full review
Hard to believe that it's been 7 years since Transformers: Animated rolled out onto Cartoon Network. For three seasons, this US produced series brought a new spin on the Transformers universe. While the art stylings were controversial to some, the series did an admiarable job of tying in the TF multiverse to keep all fan bases happy. Sadly, Hasbro and Cartoon Network dissolved their relationship. Worse yet, only 2 of the 3 seasons were ever commercially released before the 2 entites went their separate ways. Finally, Shout Factory is filling the void by offering the complete series in one DVD set.
Well, here we are. Perhaps the last review of a US released Animated figure. Fitting that the last review be reserved for the Autobot who might hold the future. Check out the review on Rodimus Minor by clicking here.
For those who just can't get enough Animated in your diet, Toys R Us is looking like it's serving up dessert. If you crazy orangy goodness, you can take a bite out of Cybertronian Mode Ironhide, whose review can be found here.
Peaugh was grabbed quite a surprise for us and has treated us to a review of Transformers Animated Rodimus! The figure will be sold through Toys R Us (good luck on your search!) officially beginning August 1st. How does this figure stack up? Take a look after the jump!
They're baaaaaaack! Due to popular demand, the Animated lineup will begin an encore appearance. Toys R Us is the first to bring in fresh new stock with 2 exclusive figures. Scalpers seem to be having a field day with Arcee, but we did manage to find a younger Ratchet still in his Cybertronian guise. The following review
delves into the figure.
Deja vu perhaps? No, no, Peaugh has posted two more reviews today, and one of them just happens to compliment GenZhao's video review
. The first one is of course, Transformers Animated Deluxe Arcee and the second one is Cybertron Ratchet
, another one of those ever-elusive figures that most of you have wanted all year. How to watch them and to learn of Peaugh's thoughts? Jump through!
One of the video reviews you've waited for all year! GenZhao has posted a video review of the figure, which is probably one of the most anticipated figures. While he doesn't show Arcee without her wings in robot mode, she does have wings that come off. Also a size comparison of Deluxe Cybertron Ratchet
When last we left Animated, Megatron's Omega Supreme clones had landed on Earth and promised to make a racket. The Autobots have multiple problems on their hands. One, the clones. Two, Arcee and Omega Supreme are still on the moon. Can the Autobots rescue their comrades on the moon, disable the three clones and finally put the Decepticons to rest? The story comes to a close, like it or not, in this final episode. Click here for the synopsis.
Well, here we are. The end of Season 3, and possibly the Animated series as a whole. Megatron has Arcee and Omega Supreme and is now taking refuge on the moon. What plans does Megatron have? Do they have anything to do with the Earth, or the Autobots that are stationed there? Can Shockwave extract the activation code from Arcee and turn Omega Supreme against the Autobots? Get a glimpse of the what's leading to the final climax by clicking here
, then discuss it with other fans on this thread.
This was a great episode that builds up for the upcoming two parter season (series?) finale of Transformers Animated. As the name of the episode doesn't really give it away, this episode (finally!) stars Dennis Fra-uh, I mean, Captain Fanzone. The old fashioned Detroit city cop nicely sums up his entire adventure this episode: "I get mixed up in a war, merely stepped on, blasted, buried, possibly zapped into space, and now you've made me an accessory to intergalactic grand theft!" Intrigued? Read the full review
So Sentinel Prime has 'captured' several Decepticons. Fine, but can he keep them captured? What would happen if the Decepticons somehow were freed and took over the ship? How does Optimus Prime figure into all this? Curious? Click here for a review of the episode
and then then click here to discuss it.
Only one more episode after this one until the 2 part season finale!
Human Error Part 2 picks up exactly where Part 1 left off last week: Soundwave continues his mega plan of brainwashing the Autobots into becoming Decepticons. He starts branching out into other areas, though, including the brainwashing of all organics, dubbed “Operation Organic Control.” When he finds that Sari cannot be controlled, he must destroy her. Will he succeed? Read the full review
Hoo boy. In this week's episode, Soundwave makes his return, the Autobots' human counterparts make their debut, and it's Christmas time. This episode is definitely setting up Part 2 next week, so it'll just get even more interesting from this point forward. The episode was laced with good humor and some homages to Generation 1, which has been obvious throughout the series' run. Read about it all in the review
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