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    Transformers Animated Review

    Transform and Roll Out (Episodes 1-3), Home Is Where The Spark Is (Episode 4).

    Transformers Animated is the newest incarnation of the Transformers set to debut on Cartoon Network the day after Christmas 2007 (in the USA). A reboot of the franchise with new styling courtesy of the Cartoon Network in house developers and the Hasbro design team, this version of the series is the first North American produced Transformers show since Beast Machines ended in the early 2000's.

    The series kicks off with a mini-movie called "Transform and Roll Out!", which is actually episodes 1-3 combined with less commercial interruption. There have been reviews on this already, so I won't focus on it too much. I did however get to see Episode 4, which is the first non-movie based episode. This episode shows Megatron working his way back into things after getting knocked out in the premiere. But more on that later.

    Transform and Roll Out!

    What got me right off the bat, and I don't think was focused upon in other reviews as much, is that at the beginning of this episode we see footage from actual Sunbow produced G1 episodes. Most of it is filler battle scenes based on Cybertron, and some shots of Sentinels. We also see G1 Megatron landing in front of the various drone bots. Again, this is from actual episodes of the original G1 cartoon. In there we also see the Triangle Jet forms of the seekers chasing G1 Cybertron mode Bumblebee and Wheeljack, from the first episode of G1. On top of all this footage is a narration which sounds eerily like Victor Caroli, the narrator from G1 (It is the year 2005 guy) most likely on purpose (actually done here by Cory Burton). He starts off with "Many millions of years ago..." and goes on to describe the Great War between Autobots and Decepticons.

    This then zooms out to show Animated Optimus Prime sitting in the command chair of a space craft, watching this on the big screen in front of him. I'll go thru what I personally thought was the coolest part of the first 3 episodes (only because I'm old school, not because the rest was bad)...

    Animated Ratchet - "Why do you waste your time with those old history vids?"

    Prime - "All the great Autobot leaders learn from the past."

    Ratchet - "Look around Prime, the great war ended centuries ago."

    Prime - "But you were there Ratchet, you saw some action".

    So, does this mean Animated is in the same continuity as G1? Is this the old man version of G1 Ratchet? As of 1:XX minute in, looks like it. But don't get your hopes up for a direct connection, based on how other things go down it looks more like a nod to us old heads and that’s about it. Oh yeah, and G1 Ratchet died in the 86 Movie.

    The Animated story officially picks up here. The Autobots are on a deep space repair mission, fixing Space Bridges. We see some character introductions - Ratchet, Prowl, Bumblebee and Bulkhead. They have a little spat, we see how Prime is second fiddle, never seeing any real fighting action, and go into a scene showing how teamwork is important. Optimus Prime saves all his comrades with some swift moves to show off he does have some skills. At this point, there is an event with the Space Bridge they were there to fix, and a mysterious box shows up. It looks similar to the G1 Matrix of Leadership, except bigger, not meant to fit inside anyone. Has handles, orange, and some Tron looking glowing stripes. As Ratchet sees this, he flips out and wants to leave. He tells that that it is the Allspark.

    Just then, Teletran-1, the Autobot spaceship's on-board computer system with a FEMALE voice detects a Decepticon ship. The Autobots are stunned because the Decepticons have been defeated for ages and no one has ever seen one, with the exception of Ratchet. They have been banished from Cybertron since they lost and have been floating around the stars ever since.

    The Autobots get back in their ship and take off, being chased by the Decepticons in their ship, which is about 10 times bigger than theirs. Prime contacts Cybertron for reinforcements, and is connected to Sentinel Prime. Sentinel proceeds to jab at Prime like he is a loser, until Prime shows him the Allspark. He then connects him to Autobot Supreme Commander Ultra Magnus. Magnus also jabs at Prime, telling him not to be a hero, and to hold tight till they get there.

    We switch to a shot inside the Decepticon ship. We get introductions for Starscream, Blitzwing, Black Arachnia, and Lugnut. They bicker amongst themselves. Of note is Blitzwing's voice, a pseudo German/Arnold styled one. Starscream is dissing Megatron for leading them on a trek for the Allspark for so long. Lugnut seems to be the brainless "Megatron is #1" dopey guy. Black Arachnia then chimes in and asks Lugnut if he memorized his Megatron is great speech, showing her character being similar to BW BA. At that point she and Blitzwing get into it, where Blitzwing mentions her "accursed organic mode", which I thought was a cool since that's never really been addressed in post BW/BM series.

    Let's try and fast forward a bit here, as this will take me about 9 hours to write out if we keep on this way.

    Megatron wants the Allspark, he and Starscream show their stressed relationship, Starscream plants a device on Megatron, Megatron gets blown up while battling Autobots. Megatron/Decepticons are significantly bigger than Autobots in general. Autobot ship damaged in battle, Prime flies it into Space Bridge, shows up in Earth's orbit. Starscream announces himself as new leader of Decepticons, only to find the other Decepticons have already abandoned ship. He turns around to see a giant explosion coming from the space bridge which implies he and the Decepticon ship get blown up. A damaged Megatron is still functioning and is inside the Autobot ship, PWNs the Autobots, gets knocked off balance, hits a switch, they fall into Earth's orbit. Prime pushes Megatron out of the ship in the entry.

    Autobots go into stasis pods, crash into Lake Erie. Megatron lands in a field, where a young Dr. Sumdac finds him.

    50 years later...

    Detroit is a bustling city acting as the center of the world's robotics industry. Dr Sumdac leads a company which develops its technology. He is leading a tour of children through one of the labs, where we also meet his daughter, Sari. While there, an experiment with nano-technology goes awry, and a giant Technorganic bug starts growing exponentally to the point where it busts out of the building. Police and emergency units are called to the scene. You can see where this is going. Eventually, a piece of the giant bug falls off, and floats down to the Autobot ship, triggering the Autobots to wake up for an intruder alert.

    The Autobots send out a very G1 looking "Sky Spy" to see what’s going on. They see the commotion with the giant bug, and decide to replicate local forms to better assimilate while investigating. They scan the various vehicles on the scene. A fire truck, yellow police car, swat team vehicle, ambulance, and motorcycle. These become the alt modes for Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Bulkhead, Ratchet, and Prowl, respectively. A cool note here, the "Sky Spy" scans the various vehicles in a similar fashion to the way G1 did it; an orange laser grid comes out and creates a box around the vehicle as it hovers above it.

    The Autobots show up on land, and start talking to the other cars and trucks. They don't recognize organics as being alive. They get frustrated when no one will respond to them. Off to the side, we see Sari arguing with her pet robo-dog, Sparkplug (nice one). She gets picked up by the giant robo-bug, and the Autobots decide that whatever she is, she's in trouble and need to be saved. So they transform for the first time, stunning everyone, and try to save Sari.

    We then go through a pretty long battle between the Autobots and the big bug, where they highlight various personality quirks, Prime struggling to lead, and the importance of Teamwork. They win of course, but in the process, Prowl is damaged, and they need to return to base. Sari convinces Bumblebee to let her tag along.

    After getting back to base, Sari is giving Bumblebee a hard time while he is trying to hide her. Eventually he needs to transform, so he shoots her out and she falls down a shaft, landing directly in front of the Allspark. The Allspark starts glowing, and shoots a beam at her, creating what looks like a Key to Vector Sigma on her necklace. Prime then finds her, and asks Bumblebee what’s going on. Prowl goes into the equivalent of cardiac arrest, and they rush upstairs. Sari's necklace starts to glow, and woah, she heals Prowl.

    They Autobots then return Sari above ground, in robot form, exposing themselves to the humans looking for her. After some tension, they are greeted as heroes for saving Sari, and accepted by the masses. We then see Starscream sitting by himself in a very damaged Decepticon ship, rambling about how he's been searching for 50 solar cycles and will find the Allspark no matter what. He then hears a beeping, and the ship has found a possible energy signature for the Allspark on Earth.

    Fast forward a bit again. Filler shots, showing Autobots trying to fit in and learn about Earth culture, human life. They are acting as super heroes in the city, saving people, responding to emergencies. Humans love them and have "wow, look, an Autobot" type reactions when they show themselves. Starscream sees all this in orbit by monitoring television signals. The Autobots are at a ceremony unveiling a new super train, and Starscream decides to reveal himself. As he is heading towards the event, a squadron of jets intercepts him saying to stand down or he will be considered hostile. A cool line by SS - "You haven't seen hostile yet". He scans them, takes his Earth jet mode, and proceeds to destroy the entire squadron. He eventually makes his way to the Autobots, where he also kicks their butts.

    Various one on ones, Autobots getting owned, lots of speeches. Starscream states he is the one who destroyed Megatron, not them (key point for later). Starscream takes Dr. Sumdac, Police Captain Fanzone, a damaged Bumblebee hostage in the train and says he wants the Allspark or he will destroy them and then Earth looking for it. Prime has a "what to do, what to do" moment, showing his rookie-ness as a leader. Sari comes up with a Plan, they reluctantly let her help, and enact it. Teamwork saves the day again. They get the hostages free, Sari heals Bumblebee with her Key, and they get everyone safe. Prime and Starscream then go one on one over the Allspark, eventually both holding a handle in a struggle. The Allspark opens, beams shoot out, and Starscream is destroyed (or so it seems, he'll be back later). Prime is then left holding the Allspark as he hangs onto a building, but falls. Falls far and hard.

    We then go into a mini "Death of Optimus Prime" like scenario. Everyone standing around sad, he saved the day. Turns black, dies. Sari won't accept it, takes out her magic key necklace thing. Prime's chest opens up G1 Prime style, with a Matrix chamber looking fold out. In an emotional moment, Sari inserts the key and brings him back to life.

    We now fast forward a bit and see Dr. Sumdac sitting in his lab watching TV. He states how he is appreciative for the Autobots, but worries how they might react if they knew the truth about his company. As he leaves the lab, we pan over to see Megatron's head hooked up to all types of machines, inferring that the source of Dr. Sumdac's robotic empire was actually from studying Megatron all these years!

    The End.


    Episode 4 - Home Is Where The Spark Is

    This episode starts out with my favorite character so far, Angry Archer. I'm assuming this is a nice homage to Hasbro boys toys head designer Aaron Archer, which I think is super funny. He has a super bow and arrow setup, with bomb arrows, grappling arrows, and other ridiculous scenarios. He speaks in pseudo Shakespeare like language, always praising himself as being so good. He is robbing an armored truck full of cash on a late Detroit night. As the cops show up and pursue the truck, the uses his grappling arrow to attach to a passing fire truck. Again praising himself, he is shocked to find the truck talking to him. Optimus Prime transforms and captures Angry Archer for the cops, we see the humans praising Prime for his help.

    This episode generally focuses on the Autobots adapting to their Earth life. They get a new base, an abandoned car assembly plant. Prowl is trying to find peace, observe Earth creatures, but keeps getting interrupted by adoring humans and loud Autobot teammates. Eventually we see Sari trying to get into her father's private lab to give him some tea. It's locked, so she uses her Allspark powered key to open it up. She takes her father away, and after she does, the Allspark energy travels from the door to what is left of Megatron's head in the lab. This wakes him up, where is his angered and surprised to be in the state he is in. He accesses the network, and sees Starscream's speech about how he destroyed Megatron, and learns of the Allspark being possessed by the Autobots. He is furious and vows to destroy them all.

    Sari then plans a "sleep over" with the Autobots. Before she leaves, Megatron instructs a newly fixed and working (due to him) "pocket-bot" Dr. Sumdac had been working on to hide in her bag. This leads Megatron to the Autobot base. As the Autobots and Sari go through various "I’m human and you don't understand" scenarios, the pocket-bot looks around for the Allspark. It can't be found, so he uses the minibot to hack into the computer system of the old assembly line/factory. He then uses the factory as a weapon against the Autobots. They all get knocked around pretty good until Prowl and his ninja ways realize that it's all based on motion sensors, and you need to be "Still". Being still, patient, and mind over might was a theme for this episode. Prowl eventually gets knocked out because Megatron manually shot something at him through his connection to the factory system. So he instructs the loud, energetic and brash Bumblebee to use the "Still" method to get to the control panel and shut it down. He does. And knowing is half the battle. Thanks for the moral in this story.

    Megatron is now super ticked, and states that maybe he will have to let Dr. Sumdac stumble upon more of his technology in order to speed up getting out of his current isolated state.

    End episode 4.

    Final Thoughts

    As with every new series, the fan base is split. Some love it, some hate it, before it has even aired or a toy released. I've accepted the fact that nothing will ever be what I want, so I try to go into things with an open mind. Yes, the animation is very "Cartoon Network", with its Teen Titans/Ben 10 styled artwork. Very kiddy themed. Well, that is the point. Even seeing the clips on Cartoon Network's site and YouTube over the last week or so doesn't do it justice. There are some awesome shots of Starscream in action in the air, lots of throw backs to G1. And the writing, voice acting, and audio production was spot on. The audio production overall from Armada through Cybertron was so bad, part due to having to match English words with Japanese animation, and the other half probably having a crap budget, that seeing a well produced show from every angle was nice. There were so many G1 references in here, and the characters were very G1 like, that it just felt good, similar to how RID did before you actually watched it in English.

    All in all, I dug it. I'll be getting a Season Pass on the Tivo for sure. Even if you don't dig the kiddy stuff, you think that there should be a super Anime adult story line with robo blood and death and all that to the T, if you can accept it for what it is, the story should be enough to keep you watching casually. They set so much up in the first 4 episodes with the characters, plus we've seen episode synopsis’s and character listings down the road, that it has a lot of potential to be one of the best story arcs in recent Transformers history.

    One quick thought. As of right now, with a little creative writing, this in theory could fit into G1 continuity. Post G1, pre Beast Wars era. Ratchet was brought back to life, or is another Ratchet, and Black Arachnia is either from future/other universe, or a pre-BW different character with same name. Who knows what they have planned, would be cool if they could work that all out.

    So, good job Hasbro and Cartoon Network, keep it up!

    Make sure to watch the Transformers Animated movie premiere on Wednesday December 26th at 7PM on Cartoon Network.

    Regular episodes start Saturday Mornings on January 5th. Check your local listings for times.
     

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    Voice Actor Biographies and Credits

    David Kaye (the voice of OPTIMUS PRIME, LUGNUT)
    David Kaye is a man of a thousand voices and has worked professionally in the industry since the age of 16. Over the years Kaye has supplied vocal personalities to cartoon characters on series like G.I. Joe, G.I. Joe Extreme, StreetFighter: The Animated Series, Kong: The Animated Series, Exosquad, Stroker and Hoop, Fantastic Four Animated, X-Men Evolution and Inayusha. Kaye played the infamous Megatron on Beast Wars: Transformers, Beast Machines, Beasties and Transformers Armada. Over the past six years, Kaye has had lead, co-starring and guest starring roles in The Outer Limits, So Weird, The Sentinel, Viper, Dead Man's Gun, The Twilight Zone; features such as Carpool, Prisoner Of Zenda Inc., Dead Like Me and the TV movies Murder In My Mind, Ladies and the Champs, MVP II: Most Valuable Primate, and Live From Baghdad. He performed the lead role in The Love Charm, a half-hour independent film that won the Best Short Film Award at the Leo Awards in Vancouver.

    Bumper Robinson (the voice of BUMBLEBEE, BLITZWING)
    Shortly after arriving in Los Angeles at the age of 4, Robinson began his career in entertainment in a national commercial for Jello Pudding Pops with Bill Cosby. He went on to do many more commercials, and his on-camera career developed quickly with roles in The Jeffersons, Hill St. Blues, Night Court, A Different World and Star Trek, Sabrina the Teenage Witch and CSI: New York. His feature film credits include Enemy Mine with Louis Gossett Jr. and Dennis Quaid. Robinson also has quite an extensive background in voice work having begun with a role in Hanna-Barbera’s Flintstone Kids cartoon, for which a character was actually developed in his own likeness. He went on to lend his voice to characters in The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Pinky and the Brain, Saban Entertainment’s What’s With Andy and Static Shock as well as voice work in the animated feature Brother Bear.

    Bill Fagerbakke (the voice of BULKHEAD)
    William “Bill” Fagerbakke is best known for his work as Assistant Coach “Dauber” Dybinski on Coach and in movies such as Funny Farm. He had a role as the mentally handicapped Tom Cullen in the 1994 miniseries Stephen King’s The Stand. In 1999, he had a recurring role on HBO’s original series Oz. Currently, Fagerbakke is known as the voice of Patrick Star on the SpongeBob SquarePants animated series.

    Jeff Bennett (the voices of PROWL, Det. Fanzone, ULTRA MAGNUS)
    In addition to his multiple roles in Transformers Animated, Bennett voices the role of Raj in Cartoon Network’s Emmy Award-winning series Camp Lazlo. His voice credits include the title role on Cartoon Network’s original series Johnny Bravo, as well as recurring roles in Class of 3000, Dexter’s Laboratory, The Powerpuff Girls, Histeria! and Where’s Waldo? Bennett lent his voice and sense of humor to Captain Hook’s loyal first mate, Smee, in Return to Neverland, as well as Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain and Batman: The Animated Series.

    Corey Burton (the voices of RATCHET, MEGATRON)
    Corey Burton began his voice-acting career over 30 years ago, studying the craft of Radio Drama with the legendary Daws Butler (Yogi Bear). The San Fernando Valley native has voiced sound-alikes and original characters for hundreds of entertainment and educational productions and can be heard in any number of characterizations across the U.S. and Canada every day. Additionally, Burton has been a promo announcer for each of the major TV networks and a narrator on an eclectic assortment of documentaries. His TV animation voice credits span several popular Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon series along with Disney and Warner Bros. series. Theatrical film work includes most of Disney Feature Animation’s releases over the past two decades, appearing in the main cast ensemble as Moliere in Atlantis, and Cap’n Hook in Return to Neverland. He is also known for precision A.D.R./looping work featured in many prominent movies, such as E.T., Total Recall and Poltergeist films among others.

    Tara Strong (the voice of Sari, Teletran-1)
    Tara Strong has given life to numerous cartoon characters in more than 50 animated series including the voice of Ben in Cartoon Network’s hit series Ben 10, as well as The Powerpuff Girls, Teen Titans, The Fairly OddParents, The Proud Family, Jakers!, Rugrats and The Rugrats: All Grown Up.

    Tom Kenny (the voice of Sumdac, STARSCREAM)
    Tom Kenny has created countless memorable characters on television. Kenny is the voice of Eduardo in Cartoon Network’s original series Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends and the title character in SpongeBob SquarePants. His additional animated television credits include CatDog, The Powerpuff Girls, The Fairly OddParents, Futurama, Dexter’s Laboratory, Cow & Chicken, Johnny Bravo, Rocko’s Modern Life, Dilbert, What’s New Scooby Doo? and Xiolin Showdown. In addition, Kenny has lent his voice to the feature films Dr. Doolittle 2, Scary Movie 3, The Powerpuff Girls Movie and The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie.

    Cree Summer (the voice of BLACK ARACHNIA)
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    Townsend Coleman (the voice of SENTINEL PRIME)
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    Andy Sturner (Theme)
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    Sebastian Evans II (Music)
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    And some more pics, including a cool t-shirt.
     

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    Yay! Episode 4 information. That T-Shirt must be released to the general public. Must!
     
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    Cree Summer was the voice of Penny on Inspector Gadget and a cast member on "A Different World."
     
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    Sweet! :D  Sounds a darn sight better than Arm/En/Cyb, that's for sure.

    Oh, and I want that t-shirt!
     
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    ... he dies and comes back within the first three eps? yeesh, way to go TF:A optimus. :p 

    on a similar note... "Autobot Supreme Commander Ultra Magnus." well this explains why TF:A optimus has been shafted. :p 


    seems like starscream may appear to die a lot. hope he doesn't turn into Kenny.
     
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    Looking good. I, too, would love to have that shirt :) 
     
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    Cool! I can't wait to actually see it myself.

    One thing, though. When you said everything David Kaye has done before, you totally ignored his voice acting as Clank from Ratchet & Clank, his most memorable role, in my opinion.
     
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    Im interested in Starscreams earth form. The toy is most likely the cybertronian form so what does that make his earth mode? ^_^

    Nice review it will be interesting how this all plays out. The human villains seem to have small roles and thats good news to me.
     
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    Me want t-shirt.
     
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    Nope sorry Its his earth mode. The only cybertronian modes we will be geting in main characters are Prime, Megatron. This is awsome cant wait to watch it! BEYA!
     
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    Darn :tongue: 

    I thought an animated f-22 or f-35 would have been awesome :) 

    Well im still going to check this out
     
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    Too bad I have to wait till fucking January first.
     
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    Hey Tony_Bacala, When will Transformers Animated be screening in Australia?
     
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    Agreed, I so want one. Thanks for the preview man. Animated=G1. Much love to Hasbro and the Cartoon Network. :D 
     
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    oooo i am in love!!! I am totally watching this show! So when is December 26 coming again?
     
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    I love the Autobots needing to ramp up their hero skills against small-fry humans first. They aren't ready for Decepticons and most have never seen one. I love how that heightens the threat level!
     
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    I am soooo very looking foward to this show!!

    BTW
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