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Transformers: Robots in Disguise: When a prison ship crashes on Earth, hundreds of Cybertron’s most vile Decepticons are set free! If that doesn’t get your heart pumping, I’m not sure what will! A product was sent for this feature, but the story is my own.
Transformers: Robots in Disguise
The lure of Transformers saga begins a new chapter as Bumblebee and a team of Autobot action heroes embark on a new mission to protect ans save Earth from a new faction of Decepticons. Hasbro Studios’ new top-rated animated series Transformers: Robots in Disguise, which airs on Cartoon Network, is the latest installment of Transformers franchise and builds on the lore of both the Autobots and Decepticons. Featuring an all-new animation style, this new hit series is filled with exciting, action adventures and great humor for fans of all ages.
Transformers: Robots in Disguise contains 110 minutes of program (almost 2 hours) and contains five separate episodes:
- Pilot, Part 1
- Pilot, Part 2
- Trust Exercises
- More Than Meets The Eye
This DVD also includes a bonus feature: A Look Behind-The-Scenes. I also learned that Peter Cullen who voices Optimus Prime makes cameo appearances in this series. If you don’t remember, Peter Cullen played the original voice of Optimus Prime (as well as Ironhide) in the original 1980s Transformers animated series. If his voice sounds familiar to you at all and you cannot figure out why, Peter Cullen also played the voice of Eeyore in the Winnie the Pooh franchise.
Anyone who is a fan of Transformers will want to add this to their collection. I particularly enjoyed it because Bumblebee learns how to balance his job fighting off evil with his responsibilities as a squad leader and coach. This isn’t easy with Sideswipe, Strongarm, Grimlock and Fixit on his team. He needs to teach them how to work together while still catching their enemies. Those of you that know Grimlock will understand why this is such a challenge.