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 ...
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On the moon, Thrust continues his plotting with Megatron. On earth, despite Jetfire saying he's one of the good guys, the kids are suspicious of Sideways - as are the Decepticons. And something huge ...
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
Hot Shot's toy was originally envisioned as having the body shape of a brutish football-player. However the toy suffered from engineering issues and designed Aaron Archer felt it didn't suit the character type they were going for with Hot Shot, so they hastily redesigned him. Hot Shot in this show appears in his updated design. See more »
English version: When leaving Cybertron, Optimus entrusts the planet's protection on a shadowy figure who he calls Thrust. It's actually Jetfire - Thrust is an evil Decepticon, not one of Optimus' men. See more »
Crap and never ever will be as good as the original Transformer G1 1984 cartoon..
" Transformers: Armada " will never ever be as good as the original 1984 Transformers G1 cartoon. Armada is mostly targeted for little kids only. If I was a kid that was never exposed to Transformers at all, maybe I would have liked it. However, since I grew up with the original G1 cartoon in the 1980's, I do like it better than Armada. Every time Armada comes on Cartoon Network, I just tend to pop in any episode of either Transformers G1: Season 1, or Transformers G1: Season 2 (Part 1) in place of Armada on my DVD player. Before that, the first time I watched it (Armada) on Cartoon Network, I just threw up. I could not stand watching Armada anymore. So I just pretend that the original Transformers 1984 G1 Cartoon is on Cartoon Network. Sure Armada looks better in the drawings. On the other hand, Transformers G1 got better characters, better voice talent, better storylines, and a better musical score. Besides the Autobots in Transformers G1, even the Decepticons in Transformers G1 are ten times better than the ones in Armada. Marvel and Sunbow did a great job in my opinion; Transformers G1 (1984) will always be an all-time cartoon classic. Another thing is that Spike, Carly, and Sparkplug in Transformers G1 are not irritating unlike those 3 kids in Armada. Transformers: Armada just absolutely sucks like Transformers: Robots In Disguise. Nothing will ever beat the original.
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