History Anime / TransformersEnergon

28th Aug '15 1:42:40 PM SuperHeroTime27
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** Even more with Demolisher, who can't decide what's wrong or right. He, however, shows sympathy for the humans, as he protests, [[ItMakesSenseInContext that if Megatron rips out human hearts, they'll die]]. Megatron does not argue.
10th Jul '15 6:12:56 PM Psi001
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* RunningGagged: Kicker's buck kicking of Ironhide earns him a DeathGlare from his new team of fanboys. [[OhCrap He is wise not to do it again]], even after they meet their demise.


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* TookALevelInKindness: Though it's rather late in, Kicker's treatment of Ironhide is a lot softer in the final arc.
11th May '15 12:07:21 AM SeptimusHeap
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The sequel to ''Anime/TransformersArmada'' and the second installment of the UnicronTrilogy, ''Transformers Energon'' (''Transformers Superlink'' in Japan) was concerned with the search for energon, the source of both Cybertronian factions' power. Although previous series had followed the integral plot of Autobots and Decepticons searching for energy, ''Energon'' was quite heavily obsessed with it.

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The sequel to ''Anime/TransformersArmada'' and the second installment of the UnicronTrilogy, Anime/UnicronTrilogy, ''Transformers Energon'' (''Transformers Superlink'' in Japan) was concerned with the search for energon, the source of both Cybertronian factions' power. Although previous series had followed the integral plot of Autobots and Decepticons searching for energy, ''Energon'' was quite heavily obsessed with it.
20th Jan '15 6:45:13 PM A.vonZiggurat
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* DolledUpInstallment: A bizarrely small-scale example: certain characters in the series were originally designed to be separate entities, but then got repurposed into upgraded versions of old characters, despite often looking nothing like the originals. Demolishor has been confirmed as one; he was originally supposed to be Long Haul. Snow Cat, Mirage, and Roadblock are also often speculated to be in this category, and Roadblock's toy bio even [[ObviousBeta describes him as a separate character.]]
8th Oct '14 1:49:26 AM RCFU200
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* AintTooProudToBeg: Much like [[TheStarscream his original predecessor]], Six Shot frequently shifts between openly insulting and defying Galvatron, to snivelling desperately before him (usually when the latter decides to handle their desputes in a more physical manner). He attempts this again to save his hide during a failed coup (it doesn't work).

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* AintTooProudToBeg: Much like [[TheStarscream his original predecessor]], Six Shot frequently shifts between openly insulting and defying Galvatron, to snivelling desperately before him (usually him, usually when the latter decides to handle their desputes in a more physical manner). manner. He attempts this again to save his hide during a failed coup (it -- it doesn't work).work.
29th Sep '14 3:17:24 PM Beatman1
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Dreamwave Comics began publishing an adaptation as a direct sequel to their Armada comic, which like the Energon comic, was more or less a re-imagining of the series rather than a strict adaptation (for one thing's Unicron's ranks includes four Transformers from ''BeastWars'', which were never in the animated series). Unfortunately, Dreamwave's numerous legal issues, which eventually led to the company's own dissolution stopped the comic from ever being completed.

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Dreamwave Comics began publishing an adaptation as a direct sequel to their Armada comic, which like the Energon comic, was more or less a re-imagining of the series rather than a strict adaptation (for one thing's Unicron's ranks includes include four Transformers from ''BeastWars'', which were never in the animated series). Unfortunately, Dreamwave's numerous legal issues, which eventually led to the company's own dissolution stopped the comic from ever being completed.
29th Sep '14 3:16:51 PM Beatman1
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Dreamwave Comics began publishing an adaptation as a direct sequel to their Armada comic, but Dreamwave's numerous legal issues, which eventually led to the company's own dissolution stopped the comic from ever being completed.

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Dreamwave Comics began publishing an adaptation as a direct sequel to their Armada comic, but which like the Energon comic, was more or less a re-imagining of the series rather than a strict adaptation (for one thing's Unicron's ranks includes four Transformers from ''BeastWars'', which were never in the animated series). Unfortunately, Dreamwave's numerous legal issues, which eventually led to the company's own dissolution stopped the comic from ever being completed.
29th Sep '14 3:13:46 PM Beatman1
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Dreamwave Comics began publishing an adaptation as a direct sequel to their Armada comic, but Dreamwave's numerous legal issues, which eventually led to the company's own dissolution stopped the comic from ever being completed.
20th Sep '14 6:19:22 PM CyberTiger88
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Unfortunately, the anime series received ''[[InternetBackdraft intense]]'' flak from Transformers fandom for its [[BlindIdiotTranslation painfully mangled translation]] (following NeverSayDie rules worsened it even further), filled in dead air the dub failed to cover with stock phrases or pointless confused groans, [[SpecialEffectsFailure low-caliber CGI]] renders of the Transformers that rarely emoted beyond DullSurprise, excess {{Padding}}, and the fact that the US dub was so rushed. The copies of the episodes that aired in the states ''weren't even finished'', and a ''major episode plot-wise was'' '''''skipped''''', replaced by the non-canon special at a completely absurd moment in the series. The point being, that if you want to watch the show in a ''coherent'' form, seek out the complete animation-wise Japanese version of ''Superlink'' with subtitles. However, the original is not considered to be Shakespeare-class, either, with poor pacing, much padding, character development introduced then suddenly dropped, and a lot of focus on toy gimmicks that don't actually make the bots any stronger. But, as TF Wiki puts it, "at least the conversations make sense."

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Unfortunately, the anime series received ''[[InternetBackdraft intense]]'' flak from Transformers fandom for its [[BlindIdiotTranslation painfully mangled translation]] (following NeverSayDie rules worsened it even further), filled in dead air the dub failed to cover with stock phrases or pointless confused groans, [[SpecialEffectsFailure low-caliber CGI]] renders of the Transformers that rarely emoted beyond DullSurprise, excess {{Padding}}, and the fact that the US dub was so rushed. The copies of the episodes that aired in the states ''weren't even finished'', and a ''major episode plot-wise was'' '''''skipped''''', replaced by the non-canon special at a completely absurd moment in the series. The point being, that if you want to watch the show in a ''coherent'' form, seek out the complete animation-wise Japanese version of ''Superlink'' with subtitles. However, the original is not considered to be Shakespeare-class, either, with poor pacing, much padding, character development introduced then suddenly dropped, and a lot of focus on toy gimmicks that don't actually make the bots any stronger. But, as TF Wiki puts it, "at "[[DamnedByFaintPraise at least the conversations make sense.sense]]."
2nd Aug '14 3:41:15 PM Rippingtons60
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* Ms.Fanservice: TAKE A WILD GUESS!

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* Ms. Fanservice: TAKE A WILD GUESS!
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