The Autobots and the Decepticons are going at it again, but this time the two factions are fighting over little transformers called the Mini-Cons. These Transformers gives their masters a ... See full summary »
An animated series based on the popular children's toy "Digimon", in which kids raise and train electronic monsters to fight against those raised by other kids. The show follows the ... See full summary »
Transformers crash land on present day Earth and inadvertently cause a technological revolution. They wake up 50 years later in a world where robots are used in everyday life. StarScream arrives looking for their AllSpark.
Storm Hawks is set in a fantastical world where squadrons of high-flying Sky Knights battle to protect their air turf. Five mismatched teens have found the wreckage of legendary sky knight ... See full summary »
The Autobots and the Decepticons are going at it again, but this time the two factions are fighting over little transformers called the Mini-Cons. These Transformers gives their masters a massive power boost either to defend or destroy. And, again this battle is on Earth. Written by
Shortly before the release of the toy-line, Transformers fans have gotten a hold of a promotional comic featuring the show's characters. A fan named Yartek created a parody version of this comic by replaying the speech with random nonsense, which became very popular with other fans. The edited comic re-imagined Hot Shot's character as a mentally handicapped dimwit who was obsessed with green jam (the spelling of which later changed to the comedic JaAm). This parody was in fact so influential that when the Hasbro toy company released an updated version of the Hot Shot toy in a later toy-line, his license-plate read "JAAM" and his love for the substance was written into his official description. See more »
Due to the pressure of the American dubbing studio, the animation had to be rushed, and this resulted in numerous animation errors. These include characters growing huge or shrinking to a small size between shots, the absence of lip-movement when someone is talking, and a constant shuffling of color schemes. Sometimes, even the background art was inconsistent. Another animation fault of the early episodes was sliding still pictures over the screen instead of animating the characters fully. See more »
From what I've seen so far of Transformers: Armada, it's not a bad cartoon. Of course it will never be the G1 series but it's doesn't quite have the same theme to it as the other Transformers series did but I can say that it's good series. I only wish that some of the original cast members could have been asked to do the series again but sometimes it's not possible because a lot of them have since passed away. Not too bad a show when you consider some of the things that were wrong with it.
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