In a modern retelling of the classic myth, Jason is an 11 year old science geek who discovers that he must travel to outer space and galvanize a motley crew of alien heroes to embark on dangerous mission to save the universe.
Japanese reboot show that was abridged and reedited to become Transformers: Cybertron in the US. A black hole threatens Cybertron, so evacuation begins. Autobots and Decepticons end up on the present day Earth and battle again.
This provides a great insight into the genesis of the American production of the series, featuring contributions from Ted Koplar (President of WEP), Peter Keefe (Executive Producer), ... See full summary »
A direct to video release designed to promote the second syndicated season of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. Features new introductions by Skeletor and his evil warriors as wrap around segments.
This video originally aired on "The Transformers" television series in five separate parts in an effort to continue the events that transpired during _Transformers: The Movie (1986)_ and lay groundwork for season 3 of the Transformers television series. See more »
Who disturbs my plasma bath?
Mighty Galvatron! We have come to deliver you from...
My empire of ash! My bastion of brimstone rest! My kingdom of desolation! Bah! Did I ask you for deliverance! Nah! Did I? Ha ha ha ha! Ah, Cyclonus! How wonderful to see you again!
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The Five Faces of Darkness takes place just after Transformers: The Movie finishes. The Autobots have one a victory over their enemies the Decepticons under their new leader Rodimus Prime (Optimus Prime died in TF:TM). Meanwhile the now leaderless (after the death of Megatron and the disappearance of Galvatron) 'cons have fled to the burnt out planet of Charr. In a nice touch Unicron's head is still orbiting the Transformers' home planet of Cybertron. While the valiant Autobots celebrate their victory they are raided by unknown assailants who capture Kup, Ultra Magnus and Spike. Rodimus Prime assumes it is the Decepticons and (assisted by Grimlock) goes to Charr to find out more. There they are taken as prisoners by the down on their luck Decepticons...
Highlights: *Danger, from here on in there be Spoilers* Rodimus Prime discovering the history of Cybertron and the truth about the origins of the Transformers. - The Quintessans (previously seen as judges in TF:TM) are in fact their creators. Galvatron's return - despite now lacking Leonrd Nimoy's voice. Hints that Unicron has survived TF:TM.
Lowlights: A sometimes annoying side quest involving Blurr and Wheelie. MANY animation errors. Patchy sound quality from time to time. A somewhat anti-climatic battle between Metroplex and Trypticon (two city sized transformers).
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