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Transformers: Animated Television Character Profiles

By bwbm on Tuesday, December 11, 2007



The following profiles are the characters in the television series Transformers: Animated. This page will be updated as more profiles become available.

AUTOBOTS
Bulkhead
Designed for demolition, Bulkhead is a one-bot wrecking crew. He's great in battle, but sometimes Bulkhead doesn't know his own strength. He may look like one mean machine, but he's really a softy at heart.

Bumblebee
Bumblebee is the youngest and least mature of the Autobots. He's a bit of a showoff and always acts on impulse. The fastest of the Autobots, Bumblebee is always rushing into situations without thinking.

Optimus Prime
Optimus is a young commander of the Autobots. He's a born leader who is humble, fearless, and friendly. Armed witha rocket-powered laser axe, Prime knows how to handle himself in battle.

Prowl
Silent and stealthy, Prowl prefers to let his actions do the talking. He's a natural spy that can infiltrate any location unseen and unheard. Prowl's jump jets allow him short bursts of flight.

Ratchet
He's short-tempered, grizzled and seemingly older than the AllSpark itself. Ratchet is the team's medic. He may be an expert healer, but his bedside manner is a bit rusty.

Sari
She's the outspoken daughter of the brilliant scientist Isaac Sumdac. Sari has a mysterious key that came from the AllSpark. The key gives her a special bond with the Autobots.

DECEPTICONS
Megatron
Megatron is the ruthless leader of the Decepticons. He demands unquestioning loyalty from those who serve him. Armed with a destructive fusion cannon, Megatron takes pleasure in the suffering of the Autobots.



Starscream
Megatron's scheming second-in-command would like nothing better than to take control of the Decepticons. Starscream's powerful nullray cannons and incredible speed make him a dangerous opponent.


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Thanks to our very own forums member Goktimus Prime who has asked Australia video distributor Madman Entertainment if they wlll be offering the Transformers Animated Season 3 cartoon on DVD. Who responded that they will indeed: "Yes! For the first time anywhere. First half of next year." So there you have it, fans down-under will be getting the last of the Transformers Animdated on DVD in 2014.
This may be some welcome news to some folks: Transformers Animated will air on The Hub starting on July 9, 2012, according to Nick and More. The website reports that the series, which originally ran from December 2007 to May 2009, will start airing reruns at 5:30PM Eastern on Monday July 9th only on The Hub.
Thanks to the man behind Transformers Animated, Derrick J. Wyatt, who is keep the love alive for the fans of what is arguably the last good Transformers show. Derrick shows us there was a whole more than meets the eye in Animated with this reveal of the Transformers G2 inspired Animated Straxus character. He's looking funky fresh in his day-glo colors ala the G2 color-blinding themes the line is so well known for. Check out the image after the break to share your love for Animated.









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