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Transformers: Cybertron 

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The Autobots embark on a quest to locate mystical artifacts to save their homeworld of Cybertron from being sucked into a black hole. But the Decepticons want to get their hands on those artifacts too.




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Series cast summary:
...  Optimus Prime / ... 52 episodes, 2005-2006
...  Lori 52 episodes, 2005-2006
...  Coby 52 episodes, 2005-2006
...  Vector Prime 52 episodes, 2005-2006
...  Hot Shot 52 episodes, 2005-2006
...  Red Alert / ... 52 episodes, 2005-2006
...  Jetfire / ... 52 episodes, 2005-2006
...  Starscream / ... 52 episodes, 2005-2006
...  Megatron / ... 52 episodes, 2005-2006
Ryan Hirakida ...  Bud / ... 52 episodes, 2005-2006
...  Thundercracker / ... 52 episodes, 2005-2006


A Black Hole is threatening the universe, Optimus Prime and the Autobots have to take refuge on Earth and keep their existence hidden from the inhabitants. The Autobots are visited by the ancient Autobot named Vector Prime who tells them that the only way to stop the Black Hole is to find the 4 Cyber Planet Keys. However, the evil Megatron and his Decepticons are after the Cyber Planet Keys too. They'll have to find their locations on Earth, Speed Planet, Jungle Planet and Giant Planet to determine the fate of the universe. Written by Rtkat3

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2 July 2005 (USA)  »

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Transformers: Cybertron (2005)'s Japanese producers wanted the series to be a clean reboot of the franchise, ignoring the events of Transufômâ: Maikuron densetsu (2002) and Transformers: Energon (2004), but when it was dubbed in English, dialogue was re-written to re-establish it in the continuity, thus completing the Unicron Trilogy. See more »


Crosswise is erroneously referred to as Smokescreen for a while after his debut. He is later called by his correct name. Later reruns of these episodes fixed this error, although foreign dubs have still been produced based on the incorrect dialogue. See more »


Optimus Prime: [narrating] Our worlds are in danger. To save them and the galaxy we must find the four cyber planet keys before the Decepticons can use them for evil. It is our mission. Hotshot, Jetfire, Landmine, Vector Prime, Scattorshot, Optimus Prime... Transform and roll out.
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I guess that I'm not a fan anymore.
1 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

I watched the original G1 series as a child, and even then it was a little too dumbed down for me.

I (like many others) ground my teeth when they released "Transformers Generation 2" which was just the original show packed with some CG transitions.

I slogged through the first boring season of Beast Wars - but then something happened: The show got good. It got so good, that it became one of my favorite television series of all time. The characters developed, the story moved ahead, and then it ended (though I think they ended it sooner than they would have liked; some things were resolved too quickly).

Despite the horrible character designs Beast Machines was even a larger step forward in terms of story, and the series ended in a way I never would have foreseen.

Then the animes started.

This is where everything Transformers started to come apart for me: The lack of animation, the re-use of the same five minute transformation sequences twelve times an episode (I'm exaggerating, but it sure feels like it), the horrible, trite and contrived Japanese-to-English localization, the introduction of anime child geniuses who you want to fall into a black hole just for opening their mouths...

I'm sorry, I just don't get it. "Cybertron" looked more interesting than previous endeavors because it had computer-modeled Transformers, but FOR PETE'S SAKE WAKE UP PEOPLE - THEY'RE BARELY ANIMATED! It's not difficult to do once the models are made, but apparently the production company doesn't have a single computer animator on staff because the Transformers' stiff, completely weightless movements give less of an impression of living machines and more of the impression of talentless animators. This may be intentional because the models don't seem to move any differently than the toys, but better Transformers shows have always compensated (do you think the "Ironhide" toy from G1 looked anything like his cartoon counterpart?).

I'm sorry, but this show is just anime cliché with some impressive-but-boring computer models and another "we gotta collect 'em all" story line.

They should just call this show "Generic Anime Cartoon-like Show Number 5: Now With Transformers!" and let it stand.

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