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A Black Hole is threatening the universe, Optimus Prime and the Autobots have to take refuge on Earth and keep their existence hidden from the inhabitants. The Autobots are visited by the ancient Autobot named Vector Prime who tells them that the only way to stop the Black Hole is to find the 4 Cyber Planet Keys. However, the evil Megatron and his Decepticons are after the Cyber Planet Keys too. They'll have to find their locations on Earth, Speed Planet, Jungle Planet and Giant Planet to determine the fate of the universe. Written by
The original series from Japan was initially meant to act as a sequel to the previous series, Transformers: Energon (2004) (AKA Transformers: Energon), but during production, it was re-imagined as a completely new storyline unrelated to any prior series. When they translated it to English, they reattempted to portray it as a sequel, which explains some of the inconsistencies between it and Transformers: Energon. Years later, the Japanese adopted the American continuity, so now even they consider it a sequel, despite that their version is even more inconsistent with it than the English dub. See more »
Crosswise is erroneously referred to as Smokescreen for a while after his debut. He is later called by his correct name. Later reruns of these episodes fixed this error, although foreign dubs have still been produced based on the incorrect dialogue. See more »
Hey, we're on the scenic route.
How about a change of scenery?
Cyber Key Power! Watch out!
Ah, there's nothing like the open road.
[talking about Ransack yelling and shoting behind them]
You know, we're not in a race. We can hit the brakes and shut him up.
True. Well, then?
Hot Shot, Override:
Let's do it. Hyah!
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Overall this is a great Transformers series (Nothing beats G1, but that's common knowledge). However, I have one small gripe. Why does Jetfire have an extremely over exaggerated 'Australian' accent (Think Steve Irwin)? As an Aussie I can tell you, we don't talk like that (I have the same problem with Outback, a G1 character who appeared in several episodes in season 3). The CG transformers are combined with the more traditionally animated human characters quite well, and the show doesn't take itself too seriously, there is also some very clever dialogue written for some of the characters, which has raised more than a chuckle. Overall I would strongly recommend this series, although any Transfan worth their salt knows that Megatron should be a gun. BAH WEEP GRAH NAH WEEP NINNI BALM!!
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