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Transformers Season 2.2 - Re-Release [DVD] [1984]

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  • Directors: Peter Wallach
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Metrodome Distribution Ltd
  • DVD Release Date: 15 Jun. 2009
  • Run Time: 528 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00292BMUE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,986 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Episodes from the second half of the second season of this animated adventure series. The battle is on as Optimus Prime struggles against the evil Decepticons to gain supremacy of the Earth. Episodes are: 'The Golden Lagoon', 'The God Gambit', 'Make Tracks', 'Child's Play', 'Quest for Survival', 'The Secret of the Omega Supreme', 'The Gambler', 'Kremzeek!', 'Sea Change', 'Triple Takeover', 'Prime Target', 'Auto-Bop', 'The Search for Alpha Trion', 'The Girl Who Loved Powerglide', 'Hoist Goes Hollywood', 'The Key to Vector Sigma (Part 1)', 'The Key to Vector Sigma (Part 2)', 'Aerial Assault', 'War Dawn', 'Trans-Europe Express', 'Cosmic Rust', 'Starscream's Brigade', 'The Revenge of Bruticus', 'Masquerade' and 'B.O.T'.

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The Transformers series (Tatakae Cho Robot Seimetai Transformers, or Fight Super Living Robots Transformers) was written in America, but animated in Japan. Based on a line of robots from Takara that was licensed to Hasbro, Transformers sparked a craze for metamorphic toys in the mid-80s. Each robot-character could be reconfigured to form a car, a tank, a plane, and so on. The 24 episodes in this collection, which ran between 1985 and 1986, conclude the second season and lead up to Transformers 2006. Each episode forms a self-contained story, with little in the way of larger character arcs or plot developments tying them together. Although the cast has expanded, the Autobots remain the good guys who defeat the bad guy Decepticons, and no-one expects anything else. Although the character designs and animation are Japanese, the direction is pure American saturday morning: instead of creating effective transitions, the filmmakers just cut to a shot of the logo--a standard practice in Hanna-Barbera kidvid. Websites, role-playing games, fan fiction, and a brisk commerce in the original toys have kept Transformers alive in the hearts of their fans. But like Robotech, Transformers will appeal most strongly to nostalgic adults who watched the show as kids. --Charles Solomon --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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These used to be on during the Roland Rat show in the 80's hence the title of my review and like the previous cartoons they bring back a lot of memories. Leading up to the animated movie, this 2nd half of season 2 introduces new characters good and bad and again good fun though you have to wonder why it took Megatron so long to destroy Starscream who finally gets his comeuppance in the movie despite years of plotting and scheming to overthrow Megatron and somehow nearly always gets away with his treachery!! A good fun watch especially if you were a fan of these classic cartoons.
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Season 2 has been regarded by many as the best season of the original Transformers G1 series, from an all-round storyline/animation perspective. There's certainly a lot going for it. Boasting a whopping 49 episodes and at the peak of its popularity, the original animated series then took the chance to explore and expand in radical, stunning and creative ways.

The first season had established the premise of the Transformers' war; how they departed from Cybertron and came to Earth, how the Autobots encountered their human friends/allies and how the Decepticons were able to create their Space Bridge etc. The second season proceeded to develop the colourful cast/setting even further, as well introduce a brand new array of fabulous characters, and take that first bold look into the origins of the Transformers and their war.

Volume One of the Season 2 boxsets (containing the first 24 episodes of said-season) showcased more of old fan-favourites the Dinobots, the Insecticons & the Constructicons, introduced the likes of popular newcomers Carly (Spike's girlfriend), Blaster, Perceptor, the Decepticon Triple-Changers (Blitzwing & Astrotrain) and Omega Supreme (among others), and also showed how the war kicked off and how the Cybertronians were first able to Transform. For this second volume (featuring the remaining 25 episodes), even MORE brand new, unforgettable characters are introduced, the wonderful looks into Cybertron's past are expanded upon, and for the first time, we're actually treated to the amazing ORIGIN of Optimus Prime.

Volume 2 continues the overall trend of being deep, exciting and meaningful. Characters you wouldn't normally give a second thought receive the spotlight to show-off their personality in various one-offs (i.e.
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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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Bought this for my youngest son who is a great transformers fan, no surprises with the episodes, seen them all before but he loves them and now he can watch them when ever he wants to, very pleased with this purchase.
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What can I say about the Transformers. Well they were my favourite cartoon in the 80s and as an 8 year old boy I couldn't think of anything cooler, than a robot that could transform into tanks, cars, planes, etc.
During the summer holidays I used to get up before 8oclock just so I could watch the cartoon series on 'Wackaday' but I still managed to miss lots of them.
This box set and the two previous ones and one to come are my chance as an adult to watch the cartoon series that I so loved and be able to see it all in order, with the story line progressing episode by episode as it was originally intended.
If you remeber the transformers at all from your childhood, then I recommend you go out and buy this now! You won't be dissapointed! The series has a gripping quality that makes you want to see each next episode and has great storylines, which take the characters within throughout earth and the galaxy.
If I could i'd rate this 10 stars but there is only 5 maximum so that will have to suffice!
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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

But 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 Chip Chase & Carly

Season 2 Part 2 is were we slowly start exploring Space & Characters past & expand on the history of Cybertron and its Tecnology Carly is introduced 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 Astrotrain Jazz & the Insecticons a Omega Supreme & The
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