When Scientists discover Sun Spores, an alien plague that instills a hatred so overwhelming that anyone infected won't stop until everything in their path is destroyed. Soon, the scientists... See full summary »
The Transformers' war continues in an older time, through a new generation. On pliocenic Earth, the heroic Maximals and the evil Predacons battle for survival against each other and against a violent planet.
Ian James Corlett
The Autobots Alliance was formed on Earth by Optimus Prime and his Autobots to protect the human race from the Decepticons. Through discovery, interactive training and visual education, the... See full summary »
The series focuses on the adventures of Bumblebee; having damaged his memory chips, he and Windblade must recover his missing memories in order to help him remember his mission on Earth. ... See full summary »
Following the death of Optimus Prime, Megatronus claims the Enigma of Combination and the Matrix of Leadership for his own. Now he seeks the Requiem Blaster, intent on harnessing the power ... See full summary »
With the aid of the Headmasters the mighty Cybertrons (Autobots) continue to wage war against their evil counterparts the Destrons (Decepticons). But with Convoy (Optimus Prime) now gone ... See full summary »
A Decepticon prison ship crashes on Earth and Optimus Prime summons Bumblebee to lead a ragtag team of Autobots - including a bad-boy rebel type, a by-the-book Elite Guard cadet, a loudmouth Dinobot and a hyperactive Mini-con. Their mission: capture an all new batch of escaped Decepticon villains and save humankind.
Grimlock's personality as a goofy, fun-loving oaf is irreconcilable with his portrayal in the Transformers: Fall of Cybertron (2012) video game and related media such as comics. The same is true for certain other characters, like Sideswipe. When fans asked the cartoon's creators why this is, they responded that the these aren't the same characters. This can mean that Grimlock, Sideswpie, etc. from this show are separate people who only share their name with the game characters, or that the series takes place in a different timeline than the games, much like how the original The Transformers (1984) cartoon and the Marvel comics were totally separate continuities despite both belonging to the "Generation 1" Transformers franchise. See more »
[sees Grimlock transform]
I kind of wish I was a bigger bot...
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Crazybolt, a male character in the show's original version, became female in its Hungarian dubbing. See more »
transformers rid is the sequel to transformers prime, while that show had a very dark and a brooding tone, this show show is a little light hearted as the there is no major apocalypse or anything, this new show is about a prison ship landed on earth, with decepticons in it getting free and now its up to bumblebee and couple others to stop them because optimus is busy doing something unknown,which means its story lines are about the villain of the week while still continuing the story of the new big bady steeljaw, so lets break down this series:first the animation, the animation is cgi rendered in 2d, while prime had great visuals, this one is all great by itself, featuring smooth fight scenes , out standing transformations and over the top car chases on later episodes, (there is one that reminded of the dark of the moon movie high way chase scene), the character designs are great (although you might not like grimlock for not being g1 grimlock at all), second: the storyline: i already said that its about the villain of the week, but that doesn't mean its bad or anything, its actually fun and most important of all, there is some major character development, something that transformers prime kinda lacked, i highly recommend this series, and if you watched the first 2 episode and stopped, you should continue as they are the weakest,all in all :transformers rid 2015 is a highly recommended series(coming by a long time transformers fan), being different isn't always bad, as fans have bee continuously disliking every incarnation since g1, and g1 isn't that good really, as this show is logically ten times better than g1.
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