Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by Fishsticks, Sep 27, 2017.
All in the title
Season three had more than one intro
US Season 3.
Nuts. Well I can't change it now.
Aaaaaaaaaand now i'm stuck with the Victory theme in my head for the entire day.
I mean, don't get me wrong, season 1 and 2 ? I watched it more than a normal person should have back in the days but... Goddamnit it's too catchy.
It's like Ducktales. With robots.
Oh great now I have the two together.
Turansuforumaaaaaa Victoryyyyy... Houhou ♫
All versions of Sunbow seasons 3 + 4
Followed by Headmasters
American Season 2...animation, music....it’s sublime.
Headmaster into is great but only if you don't look at the subtitles. The actual lyrics ruin it.
You missed zone.
Victory. The anime was so goddamn amazing.
Victory by a heavy long shot.....
although that's mostly due to Childhood nostalgia.
Season 4. It had the best animation, the best designs, the bots were for once in their right scale and it had the season 3 industrial theme? What more to ask?
Yes I know it was copy pasted by the toy commercials but still it was epic.
Season 2 is what I generally think of the most. Not surprising as it had the most episodes for the Americas.
Murica Geewun season 2
Tie between Season 2, both Season 3 openings, and the Headmasters.
I always loved the first series intro - not so much for the horrible singing, but just watching Prime glide in on that Autobot symbol gives me nostalgia chills every damn time.
I'm in the middle with the American 2nd season's opening and the Headmasters' opening. But if I had to choose, it would be Headmasters. It's not a good show by any stretch of the imagination but the intro is catchy nevertheless.
Season 2's opening had me begging for more. Still love that intro. Followed by Victory and Season 3.
Victory is a really intense one, at least for me. It gives me that thrills of adventure.
Season 3 gives me the 80s future sound, seen in many 80s futuristic movies.
Season 2 is like Victory but set on Earth.
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