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Absolutely abysmal- truly the measuring stick of bad Transformers cartoons
Energon is 51 episodes of a show with no plot. In fact, it actively tries to cut out the plot for some reason. Its Japanese counterpart, Superlink, actually had 52 episodes. The one they decided not to dub? An essential episode that reveals critical backstory for one of the major characters.
Everything is terrible- the writing, the dialogue, ESPECIALLY the animation. Did you know that the American version of the show was so rushed it actually uses unfinished animation for several episodes? It's true! The only thing not utterly terrible is the voice acting, because the voice actors are actually good at their jobs. Sadly they were obviously given terrible direction so even that is soiled.
Anyone who enjoyed this was either half asleep while watching it, has absurdly low standards, or is looking at the series through the rosiest rose-tinted glasses. I usually hate saying things like that, but for this show it's absolutely true.
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