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Transformers: EarthSpark Season 1 Complete Pack WORK

I see what there doing. There doing the same thing. They do for the Star Trek cartoon dvds. So this will be a 2 or 3 vol set to complete season 1. Ok.. If hasbro is letting TF back on to dvd. There are SO MANY More that need dvd sets. Like the 2001 & 2015 RID Series Rescue Bots & Cyberverse the Net Flix thing.

Transformers: EarthSpark Season 1 Complete Pack

I'm so glad we have all of Prime on Blu Ray, it my favorite show after the original. But I'm still hoping for BWII, BW Neo, Car Robots/RID, RID15 (season 2-4), the Machinima shows (TR and PotP), the Netflix WFC, Rescue Bots, Rescue Bots Academy (complete series in Order), and Cyberverse to all have Physical media Releases.

After the unremarkable performance of the Generation 2 line, Hasbro aimed to completely re-work the Transformers premise; the result was Beast Wars: Transformers, which featured robots with familiar names and organic beast modes. As per the original toy packaging bios and mini-comic, the intention was originally to have the series be a direct continuation of the adventures of the "Generation 1" Transformers, but that would soon change with the advent of the animated series. Produced by Canadian animation house Mainframe Entertainment, the computer-animated show was unlike any Transformers cartoons before it, both visually and in terms of story. With Larry DiTillio and Bob Forward at the helm as story editors, it was planned for the show to start afresh, with no ties to anything that had gone before, but the off-handed reference to the "Great War" included in the first episode set the internet fandom ablaze. DiTillio and Forward became occasional posters on the newsgroup, and through this back-and-forth interaction with fans, plus their own research of previous Transformers fiction, the Beast Wars animated series soon began to grow, establishing its place as the future - and past - of the larger Generation 1 timeline.

Just as with the Generation 1 timeline, Japan was quick to get in on the act when Beast Wars took off. The first season of the North American animated series was imported and dubbed with an increase in humor, under the title of Beast Wars: Super Lifeform Transformers, but due to the short length of the second season, it proved necessary to wait until both it and the third season were completed before any more could be broadcast. In order to fill the ensuing gap, 1997 debuted the Japanese-original cel-animated series, the 43-episode Beast Wars II (also known as Beast Wars Second or Beast Wars The Second). The series featured an entirely new cast of Maximals and Predacons - led by Lio Convoy and Galvatron, respectively - fighting on the planet Gaia - a future Earth, devastated by the power of the energy source the two factions seek, Angolmois energy.

With the end of Beast Wars Neo, the third season of the North American series had been completed, and it was subsequently combined with the second season and dubbed for Japanese release as Beast Wars Metals.

After Transformers: The Movie, character and toy designs were more streamlined, though after the fourth season, things started to peter out as the TV show was completely phased out. The toyline had to rely on gimmicks like Transformers Pretenders, which came with a rubbery outer shell to disguise the robot further. 041b061a72


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