Transformers Prime: Season 3 [Blu-ray]
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Starring the incredible all-star voice talents of Peter Cullen (Transformers films), Frank Welker (Robot Chicken), Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters), Jeffrey Combs (Re-Animator), Michael Ironside (Top Gun), George Takei (Star Trek), Clancy Brown (Highlander), Gina Torres (Firefly), Peter Mensah (True Blood), Will Friedle (Boy Meets World) and more!
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This 2 DVD (or Blue-Ray) collection features the last 13 episodes of this grand computer animated series. "Season Three" was half the length of the first and second seasons, bringing the show's total number of episodes to 65; the episode production number traditionally utilized in television syndication for a 13 week, Monday through Friday broadcast format. This is a disappointing reality for this Transformers fan, as I would have been more than happy to see this series continue for another 65 episodes!
As the third season of "Transformers: Prime" begins, the mountain base of the Autobots has been discovered and destroyed by their enemies, the Decepticons. The populace of the neighboring town of Jasper, Nevada has been evacuated by the United States government to prevent possible civilian casualties from being caught up in the Cybertronian conflict. The victorious Megatron, master of the Decepticons, revels in his apparent conquest of his ancient foes, standing in the flaming wreckage of Team Prime's lost home, in the shadow of his new citadel, Darkmount. Buried in the burning debri, Autobot leader Optimus Prime lies mortally wounded. A gloating Starscream,
Megatron's second in command, proclaims:
"This is the dawning of a new age, my Liege. The age of Megatron!Read more ›
This has been a surprisingly excellent series, the characters have more depth, having been allowed to grow since season one. While there are a few new characters, the Insecticons, Predaking, Smokescreen, the old ones have not lost their vigor, and there are even touches of humor in some of the interchanges, most notably the wild card, Starscream, whose constant digs and diatribes against anyone he encounters is guaranteed a least a chuckle from time to time, even though he has proven to still have a dark and even dangerous edge to his personality. The human characters still look good, and have managed to integrate themselves well into the group, having grown a little since the first season and are a little less edgy than they were at the start. All in all, a good series from start to finish.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Probably, one of the most intense and epic season when I first watched it. Loved every episode. Most of the scenes in every episodes can be most memorable, especially the scenes... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Michael Cole
Great stories, splendid animations and excellent sounds! Highly recommended to TF fans.Published 12 days ago by mat
I got this for a child who loves Transformers and loves Prime.Published 1 month ago by Jacquelin L. Morris
My kid loves Transformers & so do I. Great movie for everyone in the family & was a great value with fast shipping to my door.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
One of my favorite 3D animated series. The last two seasons you talk about turning up the quality. Oh my, the effects and story lines were GREAT!Published 6 months ago by G. Stapleton
Purchased for Granddaughter and she loves Transformers. Watches over and over.Published 7 months ago by Ysam