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The War Against the Decepticons Rages On in The First 28 Episodes of Season Two!

The adventures of Optimus Prime and his valiant Autobots continue as they protect their new home planet, Earth, and its people against power-hungry Megatron and his Decepticons. With the help of their human friends Spike, Sparkplug, Chip and Carlee, the Autobots search for the fuel necessary to send them home and reenergize their planet of Cybertron. But if the Decepticons seize their energy source first, the entire universe may suffer the consequences under the reign of the malevolent Megatron.

This 4-DVD set contains the first 28 episodes from the second season of The Transformers, including fan-favorites such as the two-part Dinobot Island, Enter The Nightbird, The Master Builders and The God Gambit.

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Contains the first 28 episodes from the second season

Product Details

  • Actors: Peter Cullen, Frank Welker, Chris Latta, Corey Burton
  • Directors: John Walker
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Shout! Factory
  • DVD Release Date: September 15, 2009
  • Run Time: 660 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0029PUUSQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,653 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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With the success of the three-part mini-series and the first 13 episodes of Season One, the second season of "THE TRANSFORMERS (More Than Meets the Eye) featured on television back in 1985 featured more characters and more episodes (49 total) which then led to "The Transformers: The Movie" in 1986. And now the second season, volume one will be released with 28 episodes (covering episodes 17-44). And with the release of the first season from SHOUT FACTORY, Transformers fans were happy that the company has corrected problems that were evident with the original DVD set release (from RHINO), have no fear, the second season also features the corrected problems and any problems that were in the old 2002 releases, can expect corrected episodes in the SHOUT! FACTORY releases.

Needless to say that the second season brought excitement as fans were treated with more Dinobot and Insecticon episodes, the introduction to combining teams such as the Aerialbots, the Stunticons, the Protectobots and the Combaticons.The second season also featured introductions to Autobots: Beachcomber, Cosmos, Powerglide, Seaspray, Warpath, Grapple, Hoist, Red Alert, Skids, Smokescreen, Inferno, Tracks, Perceptor, Blaster, Devcon and Omega Supreme. Meanwhile, the Decepticons had Dirge, Ramjet, Thrust, Blitzwing and Astrotrain and many more. Also, the second season would feature more humans that would befriend the Autoobts such as Chip and Carlee.

With 49 episodes for season 2, SHOUT FACTORY decided to break up the season season in half.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By T. Boehnlein on November 19, 2009
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I said it. The writing is greatly improved and the production quality skyrocketed compared to season 1. If you love Transformers G1 and have to choose between season 1 and 2. Get this by all means. Plus it contains the episode with the most brilliant subtle joke ever on Transformers. All the Autobots easily make the jump up the cliff except one who stumbles slightly while pursing the ninja robot. It's not like they said his name a million times right before to make sure everyone got the joke. The plots are deeper with better character development and there is far less reliance on puns. There is an episode where the Decepticons get drunk. It is absolutely hilarious. So many great moments scattered through the disks. I highly recommend it.

P.S. Watching this collection reminds my why I hate Michale Bay so much.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lone shark... on July 23, 2010
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Watching these old shows really take me back! I know everyone been saying something thing like this. But will can't be help! But I think there very few ep missing. Just not show which ones. Still, good show and I really enjoy watching them!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Betty L. Wilkins on March 20, 2010
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This was the series I grew up with and enjoyed, and I must say, I did miss it some. The second season was better than the first and there were some stories I find I enjoyed all over again even if they were a little off beat.And yes,Peter Cullen will always be the one and only Optimus Prime..
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For those of you who wonder why Transformers is many people's favorite 80's cartoon, this is the reason. I admit the first season by itself isn't good enough to qualify, but with this season it becomes really good, almost as good as Beast Wars. If you thought there were plenty characters in season 1, the cast just about doubles, but all of the new ones had a moment or even an episode which expressed their personality, except for Skids (but the comic made up for that, I can assure you). The fact that the new characters came out of nowhere never bothered me. I always assumed they were reinforcements from Cybertron, or later in life that they were on a rescue mission that went wrong & they crashed here just like the season 1 characters (I have to subscribe to the latter theory if I want to keep the continuity of all the good episodes). But who cares, it's excellent.

Here's a review of each episode; credit for the synopsizes goes to Dennis A. Amith (kndy) & Wikipedia.

17. Autobot Spike: Spike is wounded during a Decepticon attack and so Sparkplug and Wheeljack transfer his consciousness into an experimental robot. Not the best, not the worst. B

18. The Immobilizer - Wheeljack creates a new invention known as "The Immobilizer" which can freeze any object that is in motion. Then the Decepticons steal it, & use it on the Autobots. An excellent episode, particularily notable since it introduces Carly, Spike's future wife. A+

19-20. Dinobot Island: Optimus Prime sends the Dinobots to their own island for training. The Decepticons find said island, and intend to drain it of all of its energy. This is an excellent 2-parter that introduces many of the new characters for this season. A+

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Being a new to Transformers mythology, I have to say these are the best of all the seasons. The battle just starts getting intense between Megatron and Optimus Prime. There are some very popular Marvel Comics writers in the credits. Steve (Howard the Duck creator)Gerber, Martin Pasko and more too much to mention in this review.

The only reason I started watching was because Marvel was behind this property. The actual Transformer comics they had at the time wre too kid oriented for me. However the writing, while simplistic at times, was very good for the 1980's. You have to remember that prior to the 1980's, animated characters were not allowed to carry laser guns or battle villians. The syndicated market changed all that when they were on weekdays. Instead of fighting parents groups against Saturday Morning cartoons; the syndication market somehow got around all those rules and regulations. Up until the Transformers and G.I. Joe came along animated cartoons were becoming very bland. The Transformers altered the landscape of the then bland cartoons of that era.
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Season two, Volume 1???
It's the first half of season 2
Sep 13, 2009 by Fire Tail |  See all 3 posts
any real differences between Shout's and Rhino's this time?
All you get is the first 28 episodes of Season 2 with no extras at all. So to me, it just feels not worth it, since Shout's version of Part 2 will only have 21 episodes. At least Rhino's versions had an equal amount of episodes and some nice extras. So when it comes down to it, Rhino's version of... Read More
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