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  • Actors: Don Brown, Jim Byrnes, Garry Chalk, Ian James Corlett, David Kaye
  • Directors: Asaph Fipke, Bob Forward, Cal Shumiatcher, Colin Davies, Craig McEwen
  • Format: Animated, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Rhino Theatrical
  • DVD Release Date: March 23, 2004
  • Run Time: 330 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001LJCMU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #254,531 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Beast Wars Transformers - The Complete Second Season" on IMDb

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The mysterious Beast Wars planet has been revealed as Prehistoric Earth, and Optimus Primal is dead, obliterated far above the planet's surface. With the introduction of the TransMetals and Fuzors, both Maximal and Predacon teams are augmented with reinforcements--but both sides take casualties as Megatron moves to rewrite the timeline and change the future!

This two-disc collection contains 13 uncut, original episodes in 5.1 Surround Sound. Season 2 features cameos by original Generation One Autobots and Decepticons, the powerful series centerpiece "Code Of Hero" and trilling season-finale cliffhanger.

Customer Reviews

The transmetal plot line carries over well.
Amazon Customer
Beast Wars was my favorite cartoon show from 5-10th grade...I'd get up every morning @ 6:30am to watch this!
David E. Barnes Jr.
As great as season 1 was however, season 2 blew it away.
Concerned about the future

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50 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Razr Maxx on February 20, 2004
The second season of Beast Wars saw the introduction of Trans-Metals. Some first season 'bots saw a Trans-metal transformation, while others died off, only to be replaced with new 'bots.
Episodes included are:
27) Aftermath: The alien machine is destroyed and Optimus went up with it, but the explosion sets off a quantum surge that changes the planet - and several of the robots. In his new, more powerful transmetal body, Megatron hopes to take out the Maximals before they have a chance to regroup and recover.
28) Coming of the Fuzors (1): Two new Maximals awake in Predacon territory, both with bizarre looks and unusual personalities due to the damaged systems in their stasispods. Taking advantage of their confusion, Megatron convinces them they are Predacons, hoping to finally crush the Maximals with these reinforcements. Meanwhile, Blackarachnia returns to the Predacon base with Tarantulas' body, Tigatron and Airrazor go of looking for more stasispods, Rhinox shuts down and connects to the Axalon in an attempt at reaching Optimus' spark, and Dinobot realizes that the aborted armageddon has left the planet looking awfully familiar.
29) Coming of the Fuzors (2): Hopelessly outnumbered and outgunned, Rattrap, Cheetor and Dinobot try to keep the Predacons away from the Axalon where Rhinox lies delving deep into the Matrix, pursuing a faint hope...
30) Tangled Web: Megatron sends out Tarantulas, Blackarachnia and Quickstrike to build an energon refueling station, though the spiders' scheming complicates even the simplest task.
31) Maximal, No More: Dinobot is captured while on a recognizance mission, and surprisingly asks Megatron for permission to rejoin the Predacons, offering the golden disk as proof of his sincerity.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Lestor neeker Wong on February 13, 2005
My early impressions of Beast Wars were formed based on several toys that didn't exactly excite me. For someone who first knew the Transformers in the 1980s, perhaps it's too wide a cultural gap for me to accept Transformers being turned into animals. Still, I decided to give the animation series a try, and bought my first Beast Wars DVD three years ago, Atlantic Alliance's Beast Wars Classic Episodes Vol. 1. To my surprise, I actually enjoyed the show, and the rest, as they always said, is history.

I didn't buy Rhino's Beast Wars Season 1 DVD Boxset, because I was faithfully following the progress of the Alliance's Classic Episodes release. But when there were no signs of Alliance proceeding with more volumes, I decided to order Rhino's Season 2 Boxset. So, here I am, giving you a lowdown of what to expect from this latest release.

The episodes for Season 2 are as follow:

201 Aftermath

202 Coming of the Fuzors, Part One

203 Coming of the Fuzors, Part Two

204 Tangled Web

205 Maximal, No More

206 Other Visits, Part One

207 Other Visits, Part Two

208 Bad Spark

209 Code of Hero

210 Transmutate

211 The Agenda, Part One

212 The Agenda, Part Two

213 The Agenda, Part Three

It's difficult to run through a section about episodes without revealing some spoilers. Do pardon me if I reveal too much. It has now been established that the Beast Wars were indeed happening on a prehistoric planet Earth. The Maximals and Predacons, who're descendants of the Autobots and Decepticons respectively, have unwittingly travelled back in time, when Earth was the target of an alien experiment.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. B. Morgan on April 13, 2004
I'm not going to bother with giving you a break down of the episodes, since you're looking at this you should know what they are. But rather my flat out opinion of this DVD set.
Beast Wars was a show that like a fine wine, got better with age.
The first season was more for the kids, where this season really got back to the roots of the Transformers for us older fans, and the stories are great. One thing I noticed about Beast Wars was the fact it was not as toy driven as G1, you were introduced to new characters (toys) for the sake of storyline only, not have 10 characters all of a sudden crammed into an episode. Beast Wars stayed primarely with it's starting characters, developing great personalities for each one, you actually cared for these guys. The "Code of a Hero" episode for example.
The voice acting also is top notch, great talent used for this show.
The animation is far much better than the first season and gets even better in the third, my favorite of the three.
It's great to see this series uncut, Fox Kids butchered some episodes, and that definitly ruined the impact of some stories.
My only complaint is the lack of special features on the disc, but that's a small price to pay to finally get one of the best CG series out on DVD. Hurry up Rhino. The fans await season 3.
And I want to give Amazon.com a big "Hooah!!!" for delivering my order and some much needed entertainment to us troops serving in Kuwait & Iraq.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Gibb on May 6, 2006
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Probably the best all round season of all the transformers saga. The characters and plots are taken to the next level and the ongoing storylines are animation are amazing. The only drawback are some of the new beast modes (I am sure the were just bending to the needs of the toy manufacturers) as some of them were just not good. This is the season that all others should be held up to.
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