Episode Guide and Voice Cast info for Japanese Transformers: Animated cartoon
Saturday, March 20th, 2010 6:59pm CDTCategories: Cartoon News, People News
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The first four episodes have been announced. The first three are the original three part miniseries known in the United States as "Transform and Roll Out" but these episodes are now known as "New Chapter! Transformers," "Hero, The name is Autobot" and "Secret of the Allspark," respectively. The fourth episode to be shown will be "Operation Soundwave," which was titled "Sound and Fury" in the US and actually was the tenth episode shown here. The placement of this episode fourth would seem to raise some continuity issues, especially involving Megatron's status at that point so it will be interesting to see if any editing is done to ease that.
Here is the official voice cast roster for the Japanese version of the cartoon. You might recall that Ironhide is simply Bulkhead's Japanese name. Longtime TF cartoon fans will recognize a few of these names because of their roles in past series such as the Japanese dubs of Beast Wars, Armada and Energon.
Optimus Prime: Takahashi Hiroki
Bumblebee: Kishio Daisuke
Ratchet: Okawa Toru
Ironhide: Miyake Kenta
Prowl: Yusa Kouji
Ultramagnus: Ginga Banjo
Sentinel: Suwabe Junichi
Teletraan I: Takagaki Ayahi
Megatron: Wakamoto Norio
Starscream: Yamanoi Jin
Blitzwing: Cho (Nagashima Shigeru)
Lugnut: Itou Kentaro
Blackarachnia: Uzuki Ryoka
Sari: Akesaka Satomi
Professor Sumdac: Nagasako Takashi
Captain Fanzone: Tobita Nobuo
Stay tuned to Seibertron.com for the latest coverage of Japan's TF: Animated cartoon and toyline and of course everything else Transformers related!
Credit(s): DrillBit of TFW2005
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Posted by Sabrblade on March 20th, 2010 @ 8:57pm CDT
More info. I demand to know more info!
I want more! I want more!
Posted by Bouncy X on March 21st, 2010 @ 11:06am CDT
assuming War for Cybertron is a success, it would be cool to see an animated series based on that game or least some DTV movie to coincide since thats all the rage with video games these days.