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Epic in scope, the story of the Transformers was a timeless, if unsophisticated, tale of good versus evil: the heroic Autobots battled to prevent the evil Decepticons from realising their goal of universal conquest. The resulting civil war raged for millions of years, draining the energy resources from their home planet Cybertron and leading the two robotic races to earth. Here, they continue their war, using their unique ability to alter their bodies to take on the form of earthly vehicles, weapons and creatures.
In the morass of bad 80s' cartoons, the Transformers shone like a beacon on Saturday mornings--excellent animation (for many in the US and UK, it was their first introduction to Japanese manga, albeit basic) and characters with real personalities and depth (for most children of the 80s, Autobot leader Optimus Prime was a very real hero). For the ever-growing legions of Transformers fans out there, as well as any 80s' nostalgia buffs, Transformers--Original Series, Volume One is required viewing.--Robert Burrow
This video contains five episodes of the classic children's T.V. show, three of which are a trilogy continuation. Read morePublished on 28 Oct. 2002
I'd expect a chronological sequence of the classic episodes of the Transformers. Having War of the Dinobot and the Ultimate Doom in this release doesn't make sense. Read morePublished on 7 Feb. 2002 by Lestor neeker Wong
Compaired to the US dvds the sound doesn't match up, since these are only in 2 channel rather than surround. Read morePublished on 31 Jan. 2002