Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by AzT, May 25, 2020.
I\'m loving the judges design.
I'm looking forward to finding out if wave is a boon or busy for the group. I could see it go either way with his personality.
I like Whirl. I Hope Whirl makes more cartoon come backs. I Think if this series would have had a 4th season i fell that Hot Rod would have be come Rodimus Prime. I don't think it's right to have Dead End & not have the other Stunticons.
I want a toy of them asap.
Pic doesn't do it justice. Was kinda "ehhhhhh" until I saw a review video of it. Must get.
Yeah agree loving this season, it's a great way to bring characters like whirl into it. Hope they continue this with a season 4.
Season 3 is it. The show is over after this season ends.
Sad, at least it's 23 episodes.
They could easily pull a Prime/RiD and have the new series continue on from this one. Especially with how the characters specifically reference the existence of multiverses.
I'm looking at the Cyberverse one as an alternative to the ER Quint if I can't find one.
I'm thinking of getting both since there are more tgan one Quintessons.
Did Hasbro give any reason why? Ratings or..?
The show is not officialy confirmed cancelled, so no, Hasbro hasn't commented yet. We just found out because the animation director himself said it in his Linkedin account.
It's cancellation is probably for the same reason every other Transformers show made in the last 12 years only lasted 3 seasons: it's about the normal time before retailers want a refresh of the line. Only Rescue Bots managed to dodge it, and likely only because it is much cheaper to produce than normal action-based TF shows.
Rescue bots was good in beginning when it had the bots and burns together, it wasn't annoying with their humans, but it's kind of eh to me now for some reason the latest season of it. Cyberverse has definitely gotten better as I stated. It would be cool if they ever made titans figure of Croamaton and Ioncanus.
It's been said to be confirmed cancelled for the Netflix TF cartoons. But it is the last season.
I assuming cost reasons, but is there an specific reason why Hasbro has to cancel one cartoon in favor of an upcoming one, rather than just have them air concurrently?
If ever a toy needed a voice chip, it's this one.
See and that irritates me. Hasbro talks about wanting TFs to be a global brand (which it is) yet how are they supposed to stay in people's minds if they're hitting the reboot button every three years or so?
This would've been the perfect time since they hard-reset across the board back to G1, to have at least one show having a continual narrative and go through TFs vast history while the other goes the three year route. But I'm sure the Netflix show is going to follow the trilogy toyline and reset as well.
I dunno. I probably shouldn't expect them to follow anime like Gundam and Macross for instance but it would be nice. Like, it's hard to get invested when you're constantly in fear of this show you like getting cancelled and/or prematurely ended.
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