The Transformers: Season Two, Volume Two


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Rating: Not Rated

Frank Welker as Megatron
Peter Cullen as Optimus Prime
Chris Latta as Starscream
Corey Burton as Spike Witwicky
John Stephenson as Thundercracker
Dan Gilvezan as Bumblebee
Casey Kasem as Bluestreak
Michael Bell as Prowl
Don Messick as Ratchet
Scatman Crothers as Jazz
Ken Sansom as Hound
Gregg Berger as Grimlock
Neil Ross as Slag

Special Features:
The Combiner: Forming The Transformers Animated Series
Rare PSAs
Archival Hasbro Toy Commercials
Concept Art

Other Info:
Fullscreen (1.33:1)
Running Time: 8 Hours

The Details:
The following is the official description of the series:

“Four million years after crash-landing on an unfamiliar planet, sentient robots with the ability to disguise themselves as common vehicles awaken on present-day Earth. Engaged in a crucial race to find a new energy source for their home planet of Cybertron, Optimus Prime and the heroic Autobots must defend the innocent people of Earth against their archnemeses, Megatron and the power-hungry Decepticons.

Complete your second season adventures of ‘The Transformers’ with this action-packed 4-disc set that includes fan-favorite episodes such as The Secret Of Omega Supreme, The Search For Alpha Trion, Hoist Goes Hollywood and the thrilling two-part The Key To Vector Sigma!”

“The Transformers: Season Two, Volume Two” is not rated.

The Movie:
Season two of “The Transformers” rolls out on DVD. We get to see the debut of a few new Transformers such as the Aerialbots, the Stunticons, the Triple Changers, the Combaticons, and more. Omega Supreme, Powerglide, Blaster, Seaspray also get episodes that they are the spotlight of.

There are a number of epic stories that are told in this batch. “The Key to Vector Sigma” is told over two episodes. We also meet more female Transformers in “The Search for Alpha Trion.” But there were certainly a few ridiculous episodes, too. In one we see the Autobots take on roles in Hollywood films. In another episode featuring Soundwave and Blaster, we see a breakdancing crew at a club called “Dancitron.” In other words, this season has its high points and low points just like any other.

A few bonus features are included. You’ll find some public service announcements, old Hasbro commercials, and concept art. But the highlight is “The Combiner: Forming The Transformers Animated Series.” Director Earl Kress is interviewed along with some of the writers and Dan Gilvezan who played Bumblebee. They talk about the writing process, the Transformers series bible, and more. Gilvezan even gets candid when he talks about the death of Chris Latta who played Starscream. This is a featurette that Transformers fans will be interested in checking out.

Be sure to pick this one up to complete your Season Two collection. It’s fun for young Transformers fans as well as older ones.