NiteStar wrote:Wow...I havent watched a single of episode of this series. Its a little bit too young for me.
Its Very A-B-C's and 1-2-3's for children.
What are you smoking, man? And, can I have some?
But seriously, is that honestly what you think this show is? Some Sesame Street
ripoff with robots? You have NO idea what lengths this show has gone to. How far it has come within its first 26 episodes. The sheer scale of this show has reach beyond all expectations, even going as far as to have many critical and even downright EPIC moments with a sense of humbleness and sincerity that a show like Transformers: Prime could only dream
of ever achieving. It is THAT good.
And, it did it all without
any Decepticons. That's right. It told a complete 26-episode episode spanning story and
history without a single Decepticon needing to come along.
Oh, but that isn't to say that there weren't any threats or antagonists in this show. Quite the opposite. Almost very episode reached catastrophic levels to some degree for the events that occurred. Especially whenever a certain primary antagonist would make his presence known. In those episodes, the gloves came off for our heroes.
And what's more, this antagonist I speak of, he's still at large! Regardless of his being defeated at times, he's proven to be a great enough threat that the Autobots simply can't touch, always staying one step ahead of the game.
Even the guest stars of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee are awesome in this show, and that's saying something considering how little appeal there is to the two of them in TF: Prime.
All in all, this show is ace and far more uplifting than the constant doom and gloom of TF: Prime.