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Transformers: Prime - Season Three
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Megatron and his Decepticons have destroyed the Autobots headquarters, scattering Optimus Prime and his heroic team across the country and leaving them out of communication with one another. Meanwhile, Shockwave has come to the side of his commander, bringing with him the newest Decepticon weapon. Can the Autobots reunite in time to defeat Megatron and the Decepticons once and for all? Or does this new weapon mean the end for the Autobots...and Earth? Find out in the final exciting season of the Emmy Award-winning series Transformers Prime Beast Hunters!
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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The stakes get raised even higher as the Autobots try to prevent the Decepticons final efforts to claim both Cybertron and Earth. Great action, twists and turns, and intense moments. Very happy with this last season.
***A note on what comes next with some spoilers***
The story does continue with the Predicons Rising mini-movie and the following RID series, but personally I like stopping here with a more positive ending. I found Rising to be rushed and rather sad due to Optimus' sacrifice. I watched the first few episodes of RID, and didn't care for it at all. Too much of a drastic tone change and ridiculously cartoonish characters.
honestly, i would call this DVD: Transformers Prime: Season three, Part 1 because the Predacons Rising DVD is pretty much Season three Part 2.
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.
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