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  • Actors: Frank Welker, Chris Latta, Peter Cullen, Corey Burton, John Stephenson
  • Directors: Peter Wallach
  • Writers: Roger Slifer
  • Producers: Atsushi Shimizu, Edward Lee Rapp, Kenichi Morohashi, Tim Spiedel
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: U
  • Studio: Metrodome
  • DVD Release Date: 17 Nov. 2003
  • Run Time: 528 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000C88M3
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 89,595 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Optimus Prime continues the struggle against the evil Decepticons in this, the second season of Transformers. The first 24 episodes from Season 2 introduces us to new Transformers, including Blaster and Perceptor. Old favourites the Dinobots continue to make life difficult for the Decepticons and the Autobots alike. The battle rages on to conquer the Earth and return to Cybertron victorious.

Episodes:

  • 1. Autobot Spike
  • 2. Changing Gears
  • 3. City of Steel
  • 4. Attack of the Autobots
  • 5. Traitor
  • 6. The Immobilizer
  • 7. The Autobot Run
  • 8. Atlantis, Arise!
  • 9. Day of the Machines
  • 10. Enter the Nightbird
  • 11. A Prime Problem
  • 12. The Core
  • 13. The Insecticon Syndrome
  • 14. Dinobot Island Part 1
  • 15. Dinobot Island Part 2
  • 16. The Master Builder
  • 17. Auto Beserk
  • 18. Microbots
  • 19. Megatron’s Master Plan Part 1
  • 20. Megatron’s Master Plan Part 2
  • 21. Desertion of the Dinobots Part 1
  • 22. Desertion of the Dinobots Part 2
  • 23. Blaster Blues
  • 24. A Decepticon Raider in King Arthur’s Court

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 19 Nov. 2003
Format: DVD
Well, it's been a long, hard, bitter year since Maverick Entertainment released their boxset of season one of the Transformers, and since then, the rights have changed hands to Metrodome. Blessedly, they have refrained from releasing individual volumes, and gone straight for releasing a box set containing twenty-four episodes from the 49-episode-strong season of the show.
While the second season of Transformers is certainly the most memorable in the minds of most fans, introducing a wealth of new characters, with lots of diverse stories, in terms of actual inter-episode continuity, cohesion and general storytelling, season two is the weakest Transformers season, strung out too long, with too many new toys to sell. It introduces many new concepts and explores Transformer history, but it would be season three that would take it and run with it.
Metrodome is connected with Kid Rhino, the company that is releasing Transformers on DVD in the US. Hence, while Maverick used their own animation, and purchased Rhino's 5.1 audio, Metrodome has access to Rhino's sharp, colourful remastered animation, and both their 5.1 and 2.0 audio tracks. And unlike the Rhino S1 set, these episodes do NOT have any added animation errors, so there's no problem there. You'll remember from the s1 boxset, however, that Rhino's 5.1 audio has added several original sounds to the show, blaring out loudly at you and generally feeling out of place. Well, while we had to put up with it on Maverick's set, on this set, you can turn on the 2.0 audio option, which doesn't have these sounds - except for on "Changing Gears," "City of Steel," "Attack of the Autobots" and "Traitor," where a technical error resulted in their application. Thankfully, these episodes are light on them.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mr Ash Parmenter on 30 Oct. 2003
Format: DVD
It's good to see The Transformers back on DVD. After a six month wait since the last release by Maverick, all you Transformers fans out there can have your fill of Autobot versus Decepticon action.
Since a new publisher has been given the rights to publish the episodes, I'm hoping they'll make a better job of it than Maverick. Not that they did a bad job... It's just that it could've been a whole lot better.
Anyway, this set features the first half of Season 2. Season 2 is the biggest series out of the four, as at the time the toys were at their best. And, Hasbro were preparing for the movie.
As far as picture and sound quality goes, you won't be dissapointed at all. They've re-mastered the episodes completely and they look great. (Not bad considering the master tapes have been left to rot in a basement somewhere since 1985.) The jumping or distortion that Maverick had on their copies is gone, thankfully, so we can watch the episodes without distraction.
The special features are pretty good. Artwork, episode scripts, and even a Season 2 quiz with a bonus if you get all the answers correct! Nice one. I'm hoping that this publisher dosen't just include random footage they have like Maverick did. Their Season 1 set was more like 'The Maverick Set' because it had excerpts from Seasons 3 and 4, and even the Japanese 'Takara' series. WHY???!!!
Overall, this is gonna rock, 'cos Season 2 introduced some of the best robots. For example Blitzwing, Astrotrain, and The Aerialbots to name but a few.
Well worth your cash if you're a Transformers fan. If you're not but you're looking for some great action animation, then you can't go far wrong. Trust me!!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Moritz on 4 Dec. 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The original Transformers series from the eighties in itself is very great and entertaining.
The DVD release is very good, brilliant picture, crisp sound. The menues are well animated, with the original theme playing in the background.
For this a price a must-go for all Transformers fans.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeremiah S. Lowe on 17 Nov. 2003
Format: DVD
A good deal of us who bought the first series thought we were getting a lot for our proverbial dollar, but after buying this I can say we're getting even more. While this is not the full season it does include 24 episodes, none of which feel short like other shows (ie Simpsons) tend to. Each episode is presented in rich, well defined color, and features excellent sound. Additionally there is a 'Play All' option so that you can sit down and watch an entire disc without having to reach for the remote. All in all this is a great series to buy and own, more so if you already own the first series. If you're a TF fan who has been waiting for the DVD releases this is what you were waiting for, and it's certainly worth it. Highly, highly recommended.
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By MetalStarTech on 28 July 2012
Format: DVD
Created by Hasbro initially to promote the toy line
it would be simple to tell you the original Transformers was a 80s phenomenon witch it was resulting in Optimus Prime being the No1 Xmas toy of 1984 but cause of it it spawned series after series right to the present day but this is the original classic that people in there 30s love just the iconic theme tune had u if not that the transformation sound witch has being kept through out all the shows generational guises including the modern Prime series and Michael Bay Movies witch were predated by the 1986 cult movie animation

Millions of years ago on the planet Cybertron life existed but not life as we know it today robotic life sentient beings cohabited the city's
war broke out between the piece loving Autobots and Evil Decepticons devastating all in its path and draining the planets once rich sources the now few reaming Autobots depart the planet on the Arc in search of fresh Enegon but Decpricon leader Megatron gets wind and pursues them in his ship The Nemesis the Cons board the Autobot ship but Optimus crashes it into a volcano on a nearby planet (Earth)
However when the dormant volcano erupts some 4 million years later in 1984 the war starts all over again this time with Earths safety at stake
the Autobots make quick friends with Spike & Sparkplug Witwicky who feature prominently from Season 1

Season 2 Part1 This is were we slowly start exploring the Technology & history of Cybertron Carly is intoduced and becomes a love interest for Spike along with a host of new bots

aside The Battlles between Prime & Megatron Starscreem's power plays Soundwaves's cool deadpan mechanical voice and his cassette Minicons Bumblebee Brawn Ironhide Prowl Jazz & the Dinobots Insecticons and the The Constructicons from season1
Among others we meet Omega Supreme Blitzwing Blaster Perseptor & Astrotrain
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