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With the absence of more reviews, I'll get straight to the point: Battle Force 5 is a great show in all aspects. The Animation and production values are fantastic, great quality, the voice work is good, likable characters, every episode is though out and unique. It appeals to a wide audience, especially considering the general positive and engaging themes of the show.
The show centers around the Battle Force 5 Team, assembled by Sage, a Blue Sentient being from the Multiverse. She was saved by Vert Wheeler, who comes to lead Sage's new group. Although referred to as Battle Force 5, the 5 refers to the Cars and not the team members, as only 5 vehicles can be on a mission at a time. The team travel to different "Battle Zones", where they engage in combat typically with the Sark or Vandals, but in later episodes it's the Red Sentients. As I'm sure you expected, BF5 are a force to be reckoned with. But it is not as predictable as you may think, as each mission requires the critical thinking and expertise of each team member (Usually one in particular must do something challenging or accomplish an amazing feat to help the others), and each challenge to the team is something completely unique.
If you're unsure about this show, just give it one episode and see how you feel. I'd be hard pressed to find something I don't like about BF5, But I'll let you know when I get the new Fused on DVD.
To sum it up, I start practically every morning with a cup of coffee and Battle Force 5. So should you
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