For those fans outside of North American territories, or waiting to watch the series be aired on TV rather than internet platforms, the new Transformers Cyberverse cartoon now has a premiere date for Central and Eastern Europe (including UK) - according to RegularCapital - for Cartoon Network and associated Boomerang channels.
Rather than the early morning slot, we'll be seeing the new episodes appear at 8.30 pm at weekends, after the premiere at the end of October. Take a look for more info below, and let us know if your TV guides say differently in you live in a European country!
Premieres Saturday 27th October, new episodes air on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th October at 8.30pm.
Though we have posted the available schedule at the time for the first season of the new animated series Transformers: Cyberverse back here, we now also have the air dates and descriptions for the episodes that follow Allspark - currently available on YouTube too, as reported here - including 'Megatron is my hero', 'Cube', and 'Terminal Velocity'.
Check out the full schedule courtesy of TVPassport below, and let us know if you're still watching the series and what you think of the episodes so far in the Energon Pub!
Season 1 2018
While searching his memories to understand what the Allspark is, Bumblebee makes a more important discovery…the memory of his friend Optimus Prime.
Windblade sets out on a dangerous journey after finding a clue from Bumblebee's memory.
Fractured Sep. 15, 2018
Windblade arrives on Earth before the Decepticons and meets her old friend Bumblebee who has no idea who she is.
Memory Sep. 16, 2018
Realizing that Bumblebee’s memory is in really bad shape, Windblade must resort to extreme measures to try and help fix her friend.
The Journey Sep. 23, 2018
During its journey from Cybertron, the Ark’s Energon supplies run low and the desperate crew is forced to enter stasis.
Megatron Is My Hero Sep. 30, 2018
Windblade is trying to make Bee understand who Megatron is.
Cube Oct. 7, 2018
Bumblebee learns how he first met Windblade and relives a Golden Age encounter with a young Starscream and his Seekers.
Terminal Velocity Oct. 7, 2018
Bumblebee explores a nightmarish memory of his visit to Velocitron while Windblade pilots the shuttle in a relentless dogfight with the Decepticon Seekers.
As Ig89ninja has pointed out Episode 3 of Transformers Cyberverse is out. It is able to be veiwed below or on Hasbro's YouTube page. The episode is entitled Allspark and continues the story of Windblade and Bumblebee searching for Bumblebee's lost memory. This episode gives us some backstory on the Allspark and Optimus Prime. Also, Megatron makes his appearance. Have a watch and let us know what you think on the boards! If you have not seen episodes 1 and 2 yet, they are here so you can watch in order.
In Episode 3 of 'Transformers Cyberverse,' while searching his memories to understand the Allspark, Bumblebee makes a more important discovery -- the memory of his friend, Optimus Prime!
These are the first two episodes, Memory and Fractured, which are both ten minutes long and follow one linear story. Unlike the Cartoon Network app and website versions, which were broken up into four five minute episodes. If you wanted watermark-less images, sadly, you cannot, as these videos have the "Subscribe" watermark.
If you would like to see our thoughts on the cartoon, see this article.
Sadly, we do not yet know if these are region locked outside North America, similar to the Cartoon Network version. If you live outside of North America, then let us now down in the Energon Pub forums below!
Thanks to fellow Seibertron user, jON 3.0, we've now learned that script writing team Double Z Creative are working on the scripts for the Rescue Bots Academy cartoon, produced by Boulder Media. UK and Irish fans will recognise Double Z as the creators of Zig and Zag, regular fixtures on the old channel 4 show "The Big Breakfast" and chart toppers with their own number one single in the nineties. The pair have also seen a resurgence with their own cartoon on the BBC kids channel, CBBC (Still with Double Z handling scripts and doing voices).
Also, through a report over at TFW2005, it's been revealed that the show will feature 104 episodes, though the episodes themselves will be 11 minutes each.
TFW2005 wrote:Their official website also mentions the planned episode count for the show. Equaling its predecessor; Transformers: Rescue Bots, Academy will also feature 104 episodes but at 11-minute runtime each (as opposed to the original’s 22-minute format).
” Writers on a new (11min x 104) action adventure animated series for the International market. This series is the latest addition to the hugely successful Transformers universe. “
Will you be watching this? Let us know in the comments and stay tuned to Seibertron for all the latest news and reviews.
An update directly from Hasbro and their social media team, regarding the new showing of the 1986 Transformers: The Movie from Fathom Events, taking place across the US on September 27th - as it has been expanded to 300 more locations in the US and has also crossed the border to include Canadian cinemas too!
The main website for the event hosts can be found here, to locate the closest movie theater near you, and fellow Seibertronian shajaki has also gone through the pain of noting down all of the Canadian cinema locations too, copied out below from Cineplex.
Exciting news for Transformers fans! Another 300 theatres in the U.S. have been added for the one-night theatrical screening of The Transformers, The Movie on 9/27! Plus, there will be a screening in select Canadian theatres on 9/30. Head over to FathomEvents.com for a theatre near you! #Transformers #1986[/quote
We have yet another new clip from Transformers Cyberverse entitled Never Trust a Decepticon from the episode Fractured. A thanks to Survivefan23 for linking us. It can be found on Cartoon Network's YouTube Channel. In this clip of the new animated series Bumblebee and Windblade are on a mission when they need to find cover. After finding safety in a rocky area Windblade attempts a cortical psychic patch on Bee to observe his memories. If you missed the previous clip 'Entering Stasis' you can find that here. In other news the first two episodes are out on the Cartoon Network app for those who have acess. Check out the clip below and tell us what you think of the new show!
Bumblebee reunites with Windblade, but has lost his memory completely. He doesn’t even remember the Decepticons! They must enter Bumblebee’s mind to try and retrieve his memories.
Hasbro's new animated series, Transformers: Cyberverse, has just started airing. While the live action films are probably what gets the biggest reach these days, there is something special about having a Transformers cartoon on the small screen. This is where many fans first became acquainted with the characters and one of the brand's most endearing storytelling mediums. While the times are changing, there is a comfort to having another Transformers cartoon on air trying to sell kids the toys they see at local toy store. Several members of the Seibertron.com staff watched the first two episodes and we wanted to share our thoughts on this show and if it holds any interest for us going forward.
What we liked best:
I like Hasbro's intentions to finally go all out on G1. They were always dancing around it with Animated and Prime (bringing it a bit closer) but now with this show, it is full on G1. They really commit to it. To the point where it assumes you know G1 and the characters enough character's name brings a history and an importance. It's like this giant G1 sandbox that they are playing with, similar to what the IDW comics were like in that perspective but in a very kid friendly version.
I really like the designs too. It helps that some of these are similar to designs we know and already have toys of, meaning if you don't like the Windblade toy from this line you could just pick up the RID Windblade and get a toy of basically the same design/character. Of course, that is not the case for all characters, as we will see more later. Also, I love that intro. - William-James88
How the show looks, in my opinion, is a big factor in my enjoyment. The animation is very fluid, and the new evergreen designs used looks great. The show's main plot, that Bumblebee lost his memories, is a great way to world build and to see more of Cybertron's past. And Windblade's devotion to helping Bumblebee is written well and adds to her character. Episode 2 also named a generic female seeker, "Nova Storm," which was apparently one of the obscure rainmakers from the G1 show. So, yeah, cool reference! Another cool reference was the show fleshing out Windblade's cityspeaker abilities of her able to enter someone's mind easily. Also, no human characters. Yeah. - notirishman
First off, am I the only person who expected to see roadrunner racing next to Bumblebee in the opening scenes? Just me? Okay moving on swiftly. I went I to this show with low expectations after the clips that we'd seen but I actually liked what I saw. The animation was overall very smooth and the character models were expressive, most notably Windblade. Speaking of her, she was the highlight of these episodes for me, I feel that her voice actress has done a good job so far.
Like others have said before and in the threads, I wasn't expecting a stronger narrative structure than what we got and the comedic moments for the kids were more subdued than I thought, expecting a 'zany' type of humour being thrown around everywhere. - ZeroWolf
Like any new show it's hard to get a feel of things from the first few episodes, the fact that they're only 10 minutes long doesn't help the situation.
I can't say there was anything I liked "best" about the show, but, the animation was okay, not as terrible as I expected. - Burn
Of course, it wasn't all great - here is what didn't work so well with us:
I really dislike the use of a radio for Bumblebee's voice. It isn't fun and in a show trying to be as G1 as possible, it clashes pretty badly. - William-James88
Bumblebee's voicebox. The show would've been fine if he just had Jeremy Levy's normal voice the whole time, but no, his voice box is continuity jumping. Hopefully, this can be related to a backstory similar to Prime where it was from Megatron punishing him, which I can get down with. Another complaint of mine is also related to Bumblebee's voicebox, and in that a couple of times, Bumblebee's lines can just drag on forever. It doesn't happen often, but when it does, it's annoying. - notirishman
Bumblebee's voice actor. If you want to do the radio voice gimmick (I can understand why they would given the close proximity of the Bumblebee movie) then you have to go all out and use different voices for the clips. Having one voice doing all just doesn't work for me. It's a shame as I do like Bumblebee when he's doing his normal speaking. While it's technically more of a 'want' than something I didn't like, I would have liked to see the Decepticons have a bit more depth given to them. I mean, it took the second episode for us to hear any Cons speaking properly. Also did Thundercracker forget he could fly when Windblade kicked him into the ravine? - ZeroWolf
Things I don't like, well, Windblade's ability to pluck all sorts of things from her back. I think we now know where Optimus' trailer goes...
Bumblebee's radio voice. I mean come on - kudos to the VA, but the concept is annoying. And as far as concepts go: Autobots and Decepticons leave Cybertron in search of the Allspark which is believed to be on Earth. Haven't we been here before? - Burn
The biggest difference to previously aired Transformers cartoons is probably the 10 minute format. Here are our thoughts on that:
I don't understand the 10 minute format here. With every other kid show where it is used (Teen Titans Go, Gumball, Dorothy in Oz, etc) you get a beginning, middle and end. It makes for fun and fast storytelling. But here, one episode leads right into the other, making the idea of it only being 10 minutes inconsequential. The end of an episode is the same as a cut to commercial of a 20 minute episode, so why not just do that instead. It just doesn't make you feel satisfied at the end of an episode and you feel like little has happened (similar to my feeling watching the Machinima cartoons).- William-James88
I don't mind the 10 minute format, as both episodes ended in a cliffhanger. Due to this, if every two 10 minute episodes are one, it won't matter, as each episode appears to not have any time progression between each. - notirishman
Splitting the episode up into ten minutes bugged me at first as it followed the trend of all kids' shows at the moment, but I can see reasoning for it from a TV programming point of view as it's easier to slot it in the schedule. It's also practical for fans to catch up quickly on the last episode, like me with my already limited viewing time - ZeroWolf
Again, it's hard to tell from only two episodes. At the very least they seemed to have paced well. And for me personally I'm able to sneak in a 10 minute break easier than a 20-40 minute break. So it has that going for it at least. - Burn
The big question is though, even if this is not made for us, will we be watching more?
I will be watching more to see the character models and just where they take this. But my expectations are back to being very very low (just above the Machinima stuff). - William-James88
Yes, I will be watching more because while yes, it's kiddish, it is still entertaining, and I am curious how the plot will flesh out and how the characters and their world develop. However, if RID'15 or the Prime Wars Trilogy cartoons taught me anything, I shouldn't keep my hopes up. - notirishman
While I'm still unsure how things will end up, I will be checking more out. I also want to see if they'll dive in and make Bumblebee and Windblade a couple *laughs* - ZeroWolf
Yeah, I mean, I'm a Transformers fan. I sat through the Prime Wars trilogy so I could critique it. It's Transformers media, I watch it good or bad. - Burn
One of our fellow Seibertronians, notirishman has discovered a brand new clip on Cartoon Network's YouTube page. This video we have embedded below is from an episode called "The Journey". Windblade and Bumblebee examine some of Bumblebee's lost memories. We saw some background on this in the previously released clip. In the memory clip we see Bumblebee on a mission with Optimus Prime and Grimlock. We won't spoil anything but we will tell you that the first two episodes are on the Cartoon Network App if you would like to go watch them.
During its journey from Cybertron, the Ark's Energon supplies run low and the desperate crew is forced to enter stasi
After the news of the availability of the first two episodes of new animated series Transformers: Cyberverse - over on the Cartoon Network app, as reported here - fellow Seibertronian Survivefan23 has nudged towards media outlet the Futon Critic, who have posted listings for all of the first five episodes aired regularly on Cartoon Network, weekly as of this Saturday September 1st!
Find all the titles below, as well as airing times and dates, and join us later this week for a discussion on the opening of the series here on Seibertron.com.
9/1/18 (Sa.) 6:30 AM CARTOON Fractured - Windblade arrives on Earth before the Decepticons and meets her old friend Bumblebee who has no idea who she is.
9/8/18 (Sa.) 6:30 AM CARTOON Memory - Realising that Bumblebee’s memory is in bad shape, Windblade must resort to extreme measure to try and help fix her friend.
9/15/18 (Sa.) 6:30 AM CARTOON Allspark - While searching his memories to understand the Allspark, Bumblebee makes a more important discovery… the memory of his friend Optimus Prime.
9/22/18 (Sa.) 6:30 AM CARTOON The Journey - During its journey from Cybertron, the ARK’s Energon supplies run low and the desperate crew is forced to enter stasis.
9/29/18 (Sa.) 6:30 AM CARTOON Whiteout - A mysterious clue from Bumblebee’s memory leads Windblade on a treacherous journey.
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