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Product Details

  • Actors: Peter Cullen, Frank Welker, Chris Latta
  • Directors: John Walker
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Shout! Factory
  • DVD Release Date: April 20, 2010
  • Run Time: 660 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0031L5CJE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #136,555 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Transformers: Seasons Three & Four (25th Anniversary Edition)" on IMDb

Special Features

“The Autobots, The Decepticons & The Fans” featurette
“From The Files Of Teletraan-2”
Rare PSAs
Archival toy commercials
Concept art

Editorial Reviews

Following the defeat of the planet eater known as Unicron and the end of the great Cybertronian War, the victorious Autobots, led by Rodimus Prime, finally reclaim their home world. But when Galvatron is returned to the ranks of power by his exiled Decepticons, his war against the Autobots is revived, and this time it is fueled by vengeance! Opening with the five part fan favorite miniseries The Five Faces Of Darkness, The Transformers explosive third season follows the valiant Autobots as they are targeted for destruction by not only their old foes, the Decepticons, but also the mysterious and deadly creators known as the Quintessons!

This final four-disc set of the megapopular animated series concludes with the rarely seen three episode fourth season of The Transformers that introduces you to the amazing world of the Headmasters!

Bonus Features

* The Autobots, The Decepticons & The Fans: A look at the loyal fans of The Transformers

* From the Files of Teletraan-2

* Rare PSAs

* Archival Hasbro Toy Commercials

* Art Galleries

Customer Reviews

I love this cartoon since I was a kid.
paulo caetano
The picture quality and sound seem great and the extras are a treat.
P. Opus
It was good to see the underdog win for a change.
Picardfan007

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Justin Scott on April 21, 2010
Format: DVD
I really never used to care for the final 3rd and 4th season all that much when I was younger, boy what was I smokin' back then?! I preffered Optimus Prime and Megatron at that time and still do for the most part. I just purchased this set to finish off my entire collection and its awesome. Watching these again they are much better now IMOP. These episodes are, at times a little more on the bizzare side in contrast to seasons 1 and 2. What I like the most now is the whole spiritual nature to these 2 final seasons. It's like a whole " Transformers horror spoof series " in a lot of ways for me. I really think it's unique. I also like the whole outerspace thing, the Autobots and Decepticons traveling and fighting each other on different, distant worlds and the interaction with diverse alien species besides just humans. With that said, if youre a hard core G1 Transformers fan then you owe it to yourself to complete the collection with this set. Thank you so very much "SHOUT!" productions you have made the Transformers child in me come out again. I never thought that I would see these final last 2 seasons ever again. G1 TRANSFORMERS FOREVER!!!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. Harris on May 19, 2010
Format: DVD
This set contains the final episodes of Generation 1 Transformers. It picks up where the movie left off, although I feel that the episodes in this set aren't as good as the first 2 seasons let alone the movie. If you watch this set without watching the movie prior to this, you're going to be confused as to what happened between Seasons 2 & 3, especially due to a new Autobot leader as well as a new Decepticon leader. The ending of Season 3 a lot of people enjoyed that and for those who haven't seen this series I won't say a thing, never like giving away any kind of spoilers just hints. There's only 3 episodes that make up of Season 4 which would later become what is known as the 'Headmasters' series. I give Seasons 3 & 4, 4 stars out of 5.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. Kok on July 11, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This set has some good things and some bad things. The Post-Movie G1 Transformers episodes where considered the worst seasons the Transformers G1 cartoon show ever had. However, If you compare these Cartoons to the Live-action Transformers films. The Transformers G1 cartoons are way better! Some of the best episodes in the Post-movie Transformers G1 series are the Five Faces of Darkness parts 1-5, the Killing Jar, Starscream's Ghost, Thief in the Night, Forever Is Long Time Coming, Surprise Party, Fight of Flee, Ghost In the Machine,The Ultimate Weapon, the Quitesson Journal, Only Human, Grimlock's New Brain, Money is Everything, Call of the Primitives, A Burden Hardest to Bear, The Return of Optimus Prime Parts 1 & 2, and Rebirth Parts 1-3. The Post-movie episodes where considered poor back in 1986-1987 because there were too many changes that they made to update the Transformers G1 cartoon series. Optimus Prime died in the Transformers The Movie (1986) animated film. I do not recommend this DVD if you only care about the pre-movie episodes with Optimus Prime and Megatron. However, if you want to complete your collection of Transformers DVDs, this is the last one to purchase. The cartoons takes place after the animated movie in 2005 and continue in the year 2006, Rodimus Prime and Galvatron are the new leaders. New Autobots and Decepticons are introduced. If you don't care about what others say about these cartoons.,I will recommend them. A+++
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By P. Opus on December 13, 2010
Format: DVD
One of my truly life-changing moments came in the early 80s when my dad returned home from a business trip abroad with a gift for me. It was what appeared to be a toy car, but - WAIT! - there was something special about this one. If you pulled out the sides...like so...and then grabbed the back and pulled...this looks like legs?...and then flip up the top...hey that's a face...presto you have a robot! Never in my young life had I ever seen anything like it and one thing I knew for sure was that I wanted more of these. This first one was, in all honesty, actually a go-bot (less popular cousins to the Transformers) but soon my room began to fill up with some choice selections from the Transformers catalog (or however many my allowance would cover). I still recall how amazed I was one birthday (the third grade, I believe) when I peeled the wrapping paper off a large package to reveal...it couldn't be!...the Autobot City Metroplex!! When I brought the big guy to school my friends were all suitably impressed. One of my friends had Trypticon (Metroplex's arch nemesis, a Decepticon city) and the battles we staged were epic.

Having the toys was one thing but it was the animated TV series that really brought these guys to life and captured my imagination in the the same way that Star Wars had a few years back. The toys alone were fun and intriguing, but the TV series gave them a context in a larger story. There was good, evil, epic struggles, robots, laser guns and horribly corny dialogue (what more could a kid want??). The first two seasons of the series were set mainly on Earth and the Transformers' home world of Cybertron, where the Autobots followed the lead of Optimus Prime against the evil forces of Megatron's Decepticons.
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Which Episodes are on this set?
the minutes are NEVER right.... I bought sets before that said there was 700 to 800 minutes, and in reality was only about 450, to 500 minutes.

those companies say whatever they want
May 17, 2010 by Video Game History |  See all 3 posts
Does Season 3 is the beginning of the Post-Prime Transformers?
Optimus comes back as a zombie-like Optimus in one episode and then fully returns to life in a two-part episode towards the end of the series...also the 4th season has him in it, even if there are only 3 episodes of season 4
Feb 27, 2010 by Michael A. Carbone |  See all 3 posts
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