Transformers is one of the most acclaimed franchises by the public. Thanks to the Hasbro toy and action Figure Company, and Takara Tomy with Nobuyuki Okude, it had various adaptations from movies, series, comics, and video games. If you are a fanatic like us, do not stay out and collect Transformers Action Toys today.
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It is a world of constant change, where things are not what they seem where robots hide in plain sight, and everything is always – more than you think.
There are 10 Transformers series that you do not have to miss if you are a true fan of the franchise. This rivalry between Autobots and Decepticons dates back thousands of years, and that is why it had so much material to show, as Optimus Prime asks his troops to roll out.
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The first generation of Transformers comes from Hasbro. It was a co-production between Marvel and Sunbow Productions. Generation 1 has four seasons and 98 chapters in it. It with “More Than Meets the Eye, Part 1” and ended with “The Rebirth, Part 3”. In addition to an OVA and a movie between season 2 and 3. Sin Without a doubt, this saga became one of the cult series of the Transformers universe.
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After the successful co-production with Transformers: Generation 1, Japan decided to start its animated series. The previous one, Headmasters, was simply a spin-off. The story begins after the movie that aired after the third season. It reached 42 episodes with Rise Pretenders, and the curtain came down with “You Too Use the Master force to Transform.” Check out the Transformers Action Figures for sale.
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Transformers come to life with computerized technology, humans, and locations with traditional animated techniques. The story begins with the exile of the Cybertron Autobots and their arrival on our planet. The series had 51 chapters divided into 4 historical arches. It began with “Fallen” and ended the same year with “Beginning.”
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A production of Canada and the U.S.A. It was in the same universe as the original Transformers: Generation 1 but raised in the future. At this time, the descendants of the Autobots called themselves Maximal, and the leader was Optimus Primal. In addition, the descendants of the Decepticons were the Predacons, led by Megatron.
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It is a sequel to Transformers: Beast Wars as it left a very open ending. One of the few series that took shape entirely by computer animation. It continued when Optimus Primal, Rattrap, Cheetor, and Blackarachnia arrived at Cybertron without knowing how.
Two seasons of 26 chapters. The broadcast began with “The Reformatting” and with “Endgame Part III: Seeds of The Future.” This anime is essentially a part of the Transformers: Generation 1 series timeline. Therefore, we had Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Megatron, Prowl, Scourge, Ironhide, Mirage, etc. Unlike their mother series, here they had to design more Decepticons, more enemies.
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Another co-production between the U.S. and Japan. During its course, the series fits into Michael Bay’s live-action film Transformers. It was also the return of an acquaintance from the Transformers universe, Marty Isenberg. With 42 episodes, and a 3-episode special in a row called “Transform and Roll Out” with “Endgame Part 2”.
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The first web series of the franchise. Hasbro’s official site developed 13 chapters related to the Transformers movie universe. It falls between Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen and Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon. This series follows the Autobots’ fight against the Decepticons with the help of the N.E.S.T. (Non-biological Extraterrestrial Species Treaty) this sector of government that we saw collaborating in the film.
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For many, the best series of Transformers. All CGI animation and music is by renowned artist Brian Tyler (Rambo, Iron Man 3, Avengers: Age of Ultron, etc.). Peter Cullen made the voice of Optimus Prime. With 65 episodes and 3 seasons, Transformers: Prime started with a film that closes the story. The film named “Transformers Prime Beast Hunters: Predacons Rising.” Incredible series!
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