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Transformers: Five Faces of Darkness (1986)

Not Rated | | Animation, Action, Sci-Fi | Video 26 June 1990
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Scrapper / Primon (voice)
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Grimlock / Long Haul (voice)
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Menasor / Quintesson Judge #1 / Judge Deliberata / Sharkticon (voice) (as Rege Cordic)
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Optimus Prime (voice)
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26 June 1990 (West Germany)  »

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Transformers: Die fünf Gesichter der Finsternis  »

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This video originally aired on "The Transformers" television series in five separate parts in an effort to continue the events that transpired during The Transformers: The Movie (1986) and lay groundwork for season 3 of the Transformers television series. See more »

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Galvatron: Who disturbs my plasma bath?
Cyclonus: Mighty Galvatron! We have come to deliver you from...
Galvatron: 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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"I will not be defeated by a garbage scow!"
29 October 2016 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Entertaining follow-up to Transformers: The Movie and the opening five episodes of the third season of the Transformers TV series. It continues from where the movie left off, with Rodmius Prime now leading the Autobots. It also reunites Galvatron with the struggling Decepticons and focuses a lot on the Quintesson characters from the movie, giving their backstory and connecting them to the origin of the Transformers. It sets up some interesting stories for the rest of the third season, which doesn't always get the respect it should as it was a pretty well-written season. The biggest complaints I have about this (as well as the third season overall) are that the animation isn't the greatest and some of the better voices from the movie (like Leonard Nimoy, Robert Stack, and Judd Nelson) are different here. But still, if you enjoy the Transformers and weren't put off by the movie like some fans were at the time, you should enjoy this and the season that followed.


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