History Anime / TransformersSuperGodMasterforce

18th Mar '17 10:34:45 PM Robotech_Master
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* BicepPolishingGesture: Minerva, of all people—when she's talking about how good she is at making salad.
17th Feb '17 9:04:13 PM CosmicFerret
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* AntiVillian: Cancer clearly has the most sympathetic backstory, is outright disgusted at some of the more serious schemes, and when Devil Z goes completely off the rails, he turns on the Decepticons.

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* AntiVillian: AntiVillain: Cancer clearly has the most sympathetic backstory, is outright disgusted at some of the more serious schemes, and when Devil Z goes completely off the rails, he turns on the Decepticons.
23rd Jan '17 1:11:27 PM Scorntex
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* AllThereInTheManual: A lot of plot points aren't explained during the show's run.
** Just what the heck the deal is with Devil Z. A clip show explained he was an evil alien. Decades later, Ask Vector Prime said [[spoiler:He was the child of a Light God, partner and sibling to the original Godmaster, who became corrupted on entering Earth's atmosphere. And also a space alien, since that reality had become more strange after Zarak blew up Cybertron.]]
** As to why [=BlackZarak=] has gone from the BigBad to a slightly tougher-than-average goon for Devil Z... he's brainwashed.
** [=BlackZarak=] gets his head knocked off by Ginrai in their tussle on the moon, but it doesn't slow him down. This goes ''completely'' unexplained in the show, but supplementary materials revealed the true Zarak is actually wired into the body's torso.



* CombiningMecha: The dread King Poseidon. However, since he's made to the Seacons, he's not much of a threat.



* HeelFaceDoorSlam: After Cancer talks Wilder and Bullhorn into siding with the Autobots, they rush to their transtectors, ready to join the fight, and ZAP! Devil Z separates them and brings the mecha to life on their own.



* HoistedByHisOwnPetard: In the episode "Life? Death? A Desperate Lightfoot!", Hydra threatens to cut his arms off if he dosent join them. During the battle, Lightfoot punches Buster's arm clean off.

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* HoistedByHisOwnPetard: HoistByHisOwnPetard: In the episode "Life? Death? A Desperate Lightfoot!", Hydra threatens to cut his arms off if he dosent join them. During the battle, Lightfoot punches Buster's arm clean off.



* InsaneTrollLogic: Devil Z severely beats Hydra and Buster for failure. Afterwards, Hydra declares they deserved it for being "weak".



* MadeOfExplodium: The Seacons.

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* MadeOfExplodium: The Seacons. Later, the Sparkdashers join them.


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* MistreatmentInducedBetrayal:
** Clouder initially decides to join the Decepticons, because he thinks they're cooler. Then they leave him to die in the exploding Autobot base.
** Mega and Giga become increasingly disgruntled by Devil Z's crappy treatment of his troops, until they turn on him. Sadly, RedemptionEqualsDeath.
5th Jan '17 7:30:53 PM hopeshalllive
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* HoistedByHisOwnPetard: In the episode "Life? Death? A Desperate Lightfoot!", Hydra threatens to cut his arms off if he dosent join them. During the battle, Lightfoot punches Buster's arm clean off.
4th Jan '17 11:39:17 AM hopeshalllive
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* AntiVillian: Cancer clearly has the most sympathetic backstory, is outright disgusted at some of the more serious schemes, and when Devil Z goes completely off the rails, he turns on the Decepticons.



* FrontLineGeneral: Ginrai when he becomes Autobot leader, and Overlord.



* KnightofCerebus: Devil Z significantly ups the darkness in the series. When he takes over in the final arc, there is absolutely no comedy whatsoever.



* ThisIsUnforgivable

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* ThisIsUnforgivableThisIsUnforgivable: Most of the things the Decepticons do is usually called this by the Autobots, as per the course, but what really crosses this is when Devil Z starts killing his own minions.


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* WhamEpisode: Several of them
** "Super Warriors- The Godmaster Brothers" brings in Hydra and Buster, which suddenly not only puts the Autobots in serious trouble, but changes the entire series.
** " Eliminate the Godmaster Ginrai" brings in Devil Z, which completely changes the tone of the series.
11th Dec '16 10:59:44 AM Jazirian333
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* MysteriousPast: Devil Z spends most of the series looking like a pulsating energy ball. Then, when he fuses with Blackzarak, he states he is revealing his true form. We get a brief glimpse of some creepy looking foetus, and that's it. A later clip show hurriedly explained he was an energy being from space.

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* MysteriousPast: Devil Z spends most of the series looking like a pulsating energy ball. Then, when he fuses with Blackzarak, he states he is revealing his true form. We get a brief glimpse of some creepy looking foetus, and that's it. A later clip show hurriedly explained he was an energy being from space. And as further revealed by [[WordOfGod Ask Vector Prime]], Devil Z is [[spoiler: the Godmessenger from the origins of the Godmasters he described. Godmessenger (Devil Z) and Godmaster, were originally children of a Light God, but when they entered Earth's atmosphere, Godmaster got [[PiecesOfGod shattered into the 8 Godmasters]], and [[FallenAngel Godmessenger got corrupted into Devil Z]].]]
11th Dec '16 10:47:59 AM Jazirian333
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11th Dec '16 10:47:07 AM Jazirian333
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* MetaphoricallyTrue: a villainous example – [[spoiler: as revealed by [[WordOfGod Ask Vector Prime]], the Godmasters being parts of a divine being, the complete Godmaster, and Godmessenger being it's sibling, as told by Devil Z, are true, with the exception of the fact Godmaster wasn't a Decepticon God – he/she and it's sibling Godmessenger – Devil Z, are children of a Light God – member of Primus' pantheon of light, and kin to Primus and Unicron. It's more complicated though, as the origin of them eight Transtectors from the G Nebula stolen by Devil Z is also true, due to a Cosmic Paradox that created a UsefulNotes/SchrodingersCat situation.]]
7th Jun '16 11:57:07 AM Willbyr
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In terms of {{continuity}}, ''Masterforce'' is canonically set after ''[[TransformersHeadmasters Headmasters]]''; however, while ''Headmasters'' was clearly set TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture, ''Masterforce'' used contemporary technology and fashions. However, aside from a few brief instances, ''Masterforce'' is pretty much self-contained, and so knowledge of ''Headmasters'' is (fortunately) not necessary to follow or understand it.

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In terms of {{continuity}}, ''Masterforce'' is canonically set after ''[[TransformersHeadmasters ''[[Anime/TransformersHeadmasters Headmasters]]''; however, while ''Headmasters'' was clearly set TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture, ''Masterforce'' used contemporary technology and fashions. However, aside from a few brief instances, ''Masterforce'' is pretty much self-contained, and so knowledge of ''Headmasters'' is (fortunately) not necessary to follow or understand it.



The cartoon received the same hilariously bad dub treatment as ''TransformersHeadmasters''. The dub was first broadcast in Malaysia on RTM-1 in 1988, and later in Singapore on [=StarTV=]. {{DVD}}s containing both the dub and subtitled Japanese episodes were released in the UK in 2006 (sub only) and Australia in 2008; both were also shown in the UK on Anime Central in 2007.

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The cartoon received the same hilariously bad dub treatment as ''TransformersHeadmasters''.''Anime/TransformersHeadmasters''. The dub was first broadcast in Malaysia on RTM-1 in 1988, and later in Singapore on [=StarTV=]. {{DVD}}s containing both the dub and subtitled Japanese episodes were released in the UK in 2006 (sub only) and Australia in 2008; both were also shown in the UK on Anime Central in 2007.


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3rd May '16 4:21:20 PM whateveryousay21
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The Pretenders were rather simple toys with basic transformations and forgettable altmodes, which came with human- or demon-shaped posable outer shells. The Headmaster Junior toys were the same as the regular Headmaster toys - a large robot whose head transforms into a smaller robot and whose body becomes a vehicle or animal. The Godmasters also had two components; one was a small human in PoweredArmor that transforms into an engine which plugs into a slot in the larger vehicle. The vehicle cannot transform into robot mode unless the engine is plugged in.

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The Pretenders were rather simple toys with basic transformations and forgettable altmodes, which came with human- or demon-shaped posable outer shells. The Headmaster Junior toys were the same as the regular Headmaster toys - a large robot whose head transforms into a smaller robot and whose body becomes a vehicle or animal. The Godmasters also had two components; one was a small human in PoweredArmor that transforms into an engine which plugs into a slot in the larger vehicle. The vehicle cannot transform into robot mode unless the engine is plugged in.
in.[[note]]At least in the fiction. The toys could easily be transformed by simply pressing the button in with your finger if you lacked the Powermaster accessory.[[/note]]
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