Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season

Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season

Monday, June 15th, 2009 10:28pm CDT

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Shout Factory's highly anticipated set of The Transformers - The Complete First Season will be released at various retail stores tomorrow on June 16th, 2009. I received a copy of it a few weeks ago and was very pleased with this set, even though we all know it's just a teaser product until the complete series is released on DVD next month. This is the first time that Season 1 has been available in the States since Rhino released it back in 2002. For those of you who are fans of the original series, I'd highly recommend that you look into the products coming from Shout Factory. I think you'll be pleased with their efforts.

Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season



The packaging for this set is nicer than it appears in various images online. The Transformers title, Optimus Prime and Megatron are embossed on the front of the packaging which are printed on a foil slip cover box. The case for discs one and two feature artwork of Megatron, Optimus Prime and Starscream on the front and Jazz on the back. The case for the third disc features artwork of Optimus Prime and Megatron battling with their energy weapons on the front and artwork of Soundwave on the back.

This set also includes some additional items in the package such as a black-and-white Autobot symbol magnet, a flyer for the Transformers Collector's Club, a flyer for Shout Factory's GI Joe season 1.1 DVD set which has an ad for IDW's Transformers graphic novels on the back. It also includes a sharp looking booklet that list details for each episode.

The animated menus feature various characters from this season such as Jazz, Bumblebee, Optimus Prime, Megatron, Ravage, 3 Seekers, Laserbeak, and Starscream. The music from the closing credits play while watching the menus. The Autobot character animations are separated from the Decepticons by the Autobot/Decepticon scene change animation.

If you choose to play a specific episode, you do not have the ability to select a specific chapter for that episode. However, each episode is divided into 6 to 8 chapters which will allow you to skip easily through an episode. The opening sequence and ending credits are each their own chapter which is nice for those of you who do not like watching those parts over and over again.

If you choose to play all episodes, you are presented with the option to play multi-part episodes seamlessly. This function allows you to watch the multi-part episodes without seeing the opening and closing sequences between each episode. This feature is great for watching the 3 part "More Than Meets The Eye" pilot as well as the 3 part "Ultimate Doom" episodes.

The bumpers are in place before and after "commercial breaks", which I enjoy seeing. It appears that the bumpers are at the end of each chapter (excluding the opening and closing sequences of each episode).

Unlike the Australian Madman release from a couple of years ago, these episodes all have the correct season one opening sequence whereas the Madman release in 2007 had the incorrect season 2 sequence.

The colors are beautiful in this version from Shout Factory. The colors just look "right"! So much so that I busted out the Australian Madman version which has really plain colors though the scene I compared in the Rhino version looks about the same so I wouldn't say it's a drastic improvement over that version. Perhaps the colors are more saturated? The episode booklet includes a special note which explains what Shout Factory did to "restore" these episodes.


Shout Factory wrote:
Transformers DVDs released prior to our 25th Anniversary Edition were missing animation seen in the original broadcast. We did extensive research, found the discrepancies between the original broadcast masters and the restored masters used for the last DVD release, reinserted the correct animation, and color corrected it as best we could to match the shots before and after. But because a one-inch master tape simply can't hold up to the quality of the restored masters, you may notice occasional shots - or even scenes - in some episodes that seem slightly softer than others. Just take comfort in knowing that laser blasts have been reinserted, backgrounds have been corrected and Starscream is Starscream once again.


The entire 16 episodes from Season One are included in this box set. The episodes appear on the disks in production order. The contents of this 3 disc set are as follows:

DISC ONE
-------------------------------------------------
1. More Than Meets the Eye (Part 1)
2. More Than Meets the Eye (Part 2)
3. More Than Meets the Eye (Part 3)
4. Transport to Oblivion
5. Roll for It
6. Divide and Conquer
7. Fire in the Sky
8. S.O.S. Dinobots

DISC TWO
-------------------------------------------------
9. Fire on the Mountain
10. War of the Dinobots
11. The Ultimate Doom: Brainwash (Part 1)
12. The Ultimate Doom: Search (Part 2)
13. The Ultimate Doom: Revival (Part 3)
14. Countdown to Extinction
15. A Plague of Insecticons
16. Heavy Metal War

DISC THREE
-------------------------------------------------
1. Triple Changer: From Toy To Comic To Screen - The Origins Of The Transformers: An in-depth and insightful look at the many lives of The Transformers, from action figures to comic books, animated series and blockbuster feature films. Includes brand-new interviews with those most responsible for the success of The Transformers.
2. A Printable Script of "Transport to Oblivion"
3. Rare PSA (featuring Bumblebee) NOTE: This was included with the other four PSAs on a previous set from Rhino
4. Archival Hasbro Toy Commercials

My favorite part of this set is the new documentary on the 3rd disc, "Triple Changer". There were a few tidbits of new information that I learned from watching this documentary ... which really says a lot coming from a fan such as myself who knows The Transformers inside and out and who has been watching Transformers cartoons since the first pilot episode aired about 25 years ago. The documentary, to say the least, wasn't boring. I've seen some really shoddy documentaries and interviews done on previous Transformers box sets in the past and I have to say that this one from Shout Factory was really well done. It was nice seeing some of the folks we've all grown to love from Hasbro as well as some old time favorites like Bacal (from Sunbow) and Budiansky (from Marvel).


B Ward from Shout Factory summed up what they did to make this version of The Transformers special. Here's what he had to say on Shout Factory's web site:


B Ward from Shout Factory wrote

Okay, so since Garson has officially launched information about the recent Hasbro deal, I have been authorized to come in and discuss all things Transformers and G.I. Joe (another thread) with only a couple of exceptions. Until the official press release about the complete series sets come out, I cannot go into detail about the dates or what will be different from the season sets. All I can say about that is that they will be out this year and there WILL be bonus material on the complete series sets that will NOT be included in the individual sets. And if you know me, you know I've tried to make it worth it.

So...

There is something you should know, regarding this thread. It is the ONLY thread I'll read on the topic of Transformers and, most certainly, the only thread to which I'll respond. You guys really like to create new threads for every single question and, frankly, I don't have the time within my REALLY BUSY schedule to go through and answer multiple threads. So read this one. Post any questions you have into this one. And you should get my responses within a reasonably timely fashion.

Here goes...

I am currently working on 40-ish DVDs worth of material for Shout! Factory. Sixteen of those discs are Transformers, the original animated series from Sunbow. This is an absolute dream come true for me. I'm 31 years old and grew up watching the series, as well as collecting the toys and comics. So I know my stuff. Long before I was producing DVDs, I was buying them. And, yes, I bought the original releases from Rhino. I know what was good about them and I know what was bad about them, not because I did extensive research (which I still did), but because I was also a fan praising what deserved praise and criticizing what deserved criticism. That being said...

The S1 Packaging
I've seen some divided opinions regarding the cover art for Season One online. A lot of people really seem to like it. Some don't. But in many cases of the more dissenting opinions, people complain that it doesn't look "special" enough. I agree that what you see online doesn't adequately reflect the special treatment Shout! Factory is giving the series. However, I will argue that you haven't seen the art in person. What can't be displayed in a .JPG online is the type of treatment the slipcase is getting. The title treatment and characters will be fully embossed and the background will be BEAUTIFULLY printed on a shiny foil board that really makes those background colors POP. Unfortunately, you can't see the effect in a photo, but I will say that there will be no doubt (or, at least, there shouldn't be) that the set is "special" when it hits store shelves.

The Masters
Hasbro provided us with the same masters Rhino used for their releases. HOWEVER... There have been changes made. I, personally, went to New York, where the original broadcast one-inch masters are housed, and found each of the problem areas, in regards to animation. Before the question is asked, I'll answer it now. The one-inch masters have not physically held up well over the years. In some cases, they're nearly unwatchable. Therefore, instead of simply transferring and using masters of the one-inches, we found every instance of faulty animation demonstrated on a YouTube video or mentioned in a rundown we could find online (and even found some of our own) and corrected them, replacing the faulty digibeta master material with the best-quality one-inch source material. Finally, we color corrected everything to match--as best we could--the shots before and after. Surprisingly, unless you know specifically what you're looking for, you won't even notice many of the instances of slightly softer picture. It looks REALLY good.

The Audio
We chucked the Rhino audio. You will no longer hear additional sound effects or music, not previously heard in the broadcasts. We went back to the original source mono and created a nice stereo track to even out the audio. It sounds really nice.

The Bonus Features
There are very few bonus materials from the original releases that are specifically related to G1 and what interviews are there tend to be long, relatively drawn out and have no cutaways. In short, they're kinda boring. I've spent the last month or so traveling to Rhode Island, New York and back interviewing as many people as possible that had something to do with this incarnation of the series. In some cases, I talk to original Hasbro toy designers. In others, I'm talking to original comic writers and editors. And in even others, I'm talking to the gang behind the series, itself. And, yes, that includes the voice talent.

I will also have commercials from the appropriate seasons. In other words, you won't see a commercial for the Sharkticons on the season one release. Something you should know about the commercials is this: the quality of what you're accustomed to seeing on YouTube and other DVDs is pretty much what you're going to get here. And it's for one simple reason. No one ever anticipated the future lives of commercials, when they were first being broadcast. So Hasbro never kept high-quality masters. They kept VHS screeners of their commercials, strictly for reference later. So when you say, "why couldn't they get the original copies from Hasbro?", we actually did. Still, there are some pretty cool commercials here and I'm looking forward to having them included.

There's a bunch of other stuff that will be included. I don't really want to get too detailed and bogged down here and now. But I do want you to know that this property is being handled with care by folks that loved the franchise far prior to its acquisition at Shout! Factory. Now, with all of that said, let the comments, concerns and questions begin.

Brian


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Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937452)
Posted by Sabrblade on June 16th, 2009 @ 1:32am CDT
Seibertron wrote:Shout Factory's highly anticipated set of The Transformers - The Complete First Season will be released at various retail stores tomorrow on June 16th, 2009.
Huh? But it's already been available. I saw a whole bunch of them at my local Sam's Club last Saturday.
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937458)
Posted by Bonger on June 16th, 2009 @ 1:54am CDT
Anyone know if this will be released on Bluray?
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937459)
Posted by Rodimus Prime on June 16th, 2009 @ 1:55am CDT
I might get this and season 3. I never cared for season 2 or for Rebirth. And Rebirth will probably be a part of season 3 again. :-? The only way I'll get the whole set is if the Matrix set is cheaper than season 1 and season 3 put together...
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937488)
Posted by pr0wl on June 16th, 2009 @ 3:43am CDT
Rodimus Prime wrote:I might get this and season 3. I never cared for season 2 or for Rebirth. And Rebirth will probably be a part of season 3 again. :-? The only way I'll get the whole set is if the Matrix set is cheaper than season 1 and season 3 put together...

WHAT?
season 2 had a catchy intro
and
what about that episode when megatron dissasembled prime
then the rest of the autobots reassembled him
(it was ironic how he used primes arm against him)
then there was the spontaneous introduction of buzzsaw
(G1 never was good at introducing new characters)
:D :) :-( ...nevermind
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937515)
Posted by vectorA3 on June 16th, 2009 @ 6:45am CDT
Not good enough. Criterion should've handled this release.

:o) Just kidding. Can't wait to get this at SDCC!!!!
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937554)
Posted by flamewavex on June 16th, 2009 @ 9:56am CDT
Where is the cheapest place to get this?
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937559)
Posted by Darth Bombshell on June 16th, 2009 @ 10:06am CDT
Sabrblade wrote:Huh? But it's already been available. I saw a whole bunch of them at my local Sam's Club last Saturday.


They really shouldn't have been. I saw a bunch of them at Toys 'R Us over the weekend, and told the guy that they weren't supposed to be out yet. He then took them off the shelf.

Rodimus Prime wrote:I might get this and season 3. I never cared for season 2 or for Rebirth. And Rebirth will probably be a part of season 3 again. :-? The only way I'll get the whole set is if the Matrix set is cheaper than season 1 and season 3 put together...


From the look of that Matrix of Leadership set, I think Rebirth will be part of the Season 3 set.

flamewavex wrote:Where is the cheapest place to get this?


Best Buy, at least for the next two days. They have it for $19.99.
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937568)
Posted by Sabrblade on June 16th, 2009 @ 10:41am CDT
Darth Bombshell wrote:
flamewavex wrote:Where is the cheapest place to get this?


Best Buy, at least for the next two days. They have it for $19.99.
Sorry, but my Sam's Club has that price beat at $18.95.
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937585)
Posted by Rodimus Prime on June 16th, 2009 @ 11:24am CDT
Darth Bombshell wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:Huh? But it's already been available. I saw a whole bunch of them at my local Sam's Club last Saturday.


They really shouldn't have been. I saw a bunch of them at Toys 'R Us over the weekend, and told the guy that they weren't supposed to be out yet. He then took them off the shelf.


LMAO!

Rodimus Prime wrote:I might get this and season 3. I never cared for season 2 or for Rebirth. And Rebirth will probably be a part of season 3 again. :-? The only way I'll get the whole set is if the Matrix set is cheaper than season 1 and season 3 put together...


From the look of that Matrix of Leadership set, I think Rebirth will be part of the Season 3 set.


Yeah, that's what i thought. Looks like I'll be picking this set up this weekend, and season 3 (both parts) whenever it comes out. When is that, BTW, does anyone know?
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937652)
Posted by ChrisR291 on June 16th, 2009 @ 12:57pm CDT
So..... not to bug but has Heavy Metal war been fixed? My 1985 tape has less errors then the Rhino edition. :-?

I'll buy this DVD if thats fixed... if not... pass
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937662)
Posted by Flux Convoy on June 16th, 2009 @ 1:20pm CDT
Target has got this for $16.99. I'm waiting for the complete set which should be available July 21st if I'm not mistaken. Although I was extremely tempted to pick this up today. Especially considering Target's price.
:BOT:
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937691)
Posted by Solrac333 on June 16th, 2009 @ 2:03pm CDT
Flux Convoy wrote:Target has got this for $16.99. I'm waiting for the complete set which should be available July 21st if I'm not mistaken. Although I was extremely tempted to pick this up today. Especially considering Target's price.
:BOT:



Same here. Was very tempted. I think someone was walking around with it and then put it down because I found it in a random spot. So I put in the toys section with the movie figures. Maybe some little kid will pick it up and go "Ooooooooooooooo, mommy buy me this too!"
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937737)
Posted by Bouncy X on June 16th, 2009 @ 3:04pm CDT
so i was confused with the Rhino sets and i am for this one as well....so all this remastering and missing animation talk, are they saying they've fixed all the famous errors? so no more robots being the wrong color, or the wrong voice coming out of their mouth and such?

i surely hope not because thats part of its charm and the fun in watching the show. even back when it was new, me and my friends always loved to laugh at those mistakes.
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937816)
Posted by Sabrblade on June 16th, 2009 @ 5:09pm CDT
Bouncy X wrote:so i was confused with the Rhino sets and i am for this one as well....so all this remastering and missing animation talk, are they saying they've fixed all the famous errors? so no more robots being the wrong color, or the wrong voice coming out of their mouth and such?

i surely hope not because thats part of its charm and the fun in watching the show. even back when it was new, me and my friends always loved to laugh at those mistakes.
They can fix colors, but they can't fix voices.
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937906)
Posted by ChrisR291 on June 16th, 2009 @ 8:54pm CDT
I think i'm going to have to pass. I just read on the TFW2005 boards that this new DVD has all the same animated errors the rhino set had.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=czKJQmaRQG0&videos=xYUeY11EMko&playnext_from=TL&playnext=1

Watch these links if you got time, it will show you the difference between the original and Rhino releases
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (937988)
Posted by achuc on June 17th, 2009 @ 1:30am CDT
Is there any word when the next seasons will be available?
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (938011)
Posted by vectorA3 on June 17th, 2009 @ 4:15am CDT
as someone else already mentioned, Target has season 1 for $16.99. I actually went to a Target yesterday and forgot to look for it -they were probably out anyway. Unless Target or BB can beat $140, I'm gettin this at Comic-con. Save on shipping at least. And hopefully Shout factory throws in a cool cherry on top for purchasing at their booth.
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (938118)
Posted by Rodimus2006 on June 17th, 2009 @ 11:07am CDT
This set is no diffrent in nature it is basically the same thing the way the Rhino sets were done.

I mean it does have a better menu system also the Audio has been cleaned up considerably over the Rhino sets I have.

But they didnt clean up the picture or fix the errors in it as seen with the Rhino sets such as mis colored chacters and other errors as seen in the rhino sets.

Basically all they did was copyied the rhino sets made the disks look diffrent and threw it on a new lookin disk and make a newer thin pack instead of the bulky rhino sets I have.

Both are the same except for the Bonus Features, so I wouldnt get this if you have the Rhino sets but if you never had or owned the sets then I would get this.

Also it is 20 bucks you cant go wrong on that, because I paid over 40 to 50 bucks a piece for my Rhino sets when they 1st came out.

So recommeneded for those who dont own the sets but those of us who have the original rhino sets there is no need to purchase this not unless your copyies are messed up or in bad shape.


Over all Rating - 3 out 5

Audio - 4
Video Presentation - 3
Bonus Content - 2
Collectors Case & Content - 4
Over all Product - 3
Price Point - 5
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (938208)
Posted by Sabrblade on June 17th, 2009 @ 2:23pm CDT
Rodimus2006 wrote:This set is no diffrent in nature it is basically the same thing the way the Rhino sets were done.

I mean it does have a better menu system also the Audio has been cleaned up considerably over the Rhino sets I have.

But they didnt clean up the picture or fix the errors in it as seen with the Rhino sets such as mis colored chacters and other errors as seen in the rhino sets.

Basically all they did was copyied the rhino sets made the disks look diffrent and threw it on a new lookin disk and make a newer thin pack instead of the bulky rhino sets I have.

Both are the same except for the Bonus Features, so I wouldnt get this if you have the Rhino sets but if you never had or owned the sets then I would get this.

Also it is 20 bucks you cant go wrong on that, because I paid over 40 to 50 bucks a piece for my Rhino sets when they 1st came out.

So recommeneded for those who dont own the sets but those of us who have the original rhino sets there is no need to purchase this not unless your copyies are messed up or in bad shape.


Over all Rating - 3 out 5

Audio - 4
Video Presentation - 3
Bonus Content - 2
Collectors Case & Content - 4
Over all Product - 3
Price Point - 5
Good to know, thanks. As for some of the errors, do the Dinobots still not clean up the mess in "S.O.S. Dinobots"? Or is the lighting in "Heavy Metal War" when Megs receives him teammates' powers still messed up? Or, is Teletraan I's 'ball-on-stick-thing' still missing when the Constructicons spot it in tht same episode?
Re: Review of Shout Factory's Transformers - Complete 1st Season (938369)
Posted by bward on June 17th, 2009 @ 7:53pm CDT
Rodimus2006 wrote:This set is no diffrent in nature it is basically the same thing the way the Rhino sets were done.

I mean it does have a better menu system also the Audio has been cleaned up considerably over the Rhino sets I have.

But they didnt clean up the picture or fix the errors in it as seen with the Rhino sets such as mis colored chacters and other errors as seen in the rhino sets.

Basically all they did was copyied the rhino sets made the disks look diffrent and threw it on a new lookin disk and make a newer thin pack instead of the bulky rhino sets I have.

Both are the same except for the Bonus Features, so I wouldnt get this if you have the Rhino sets but if you never had or owned the sets then I would get this.

Also it is 20 bucks you cant go wrong on that, because I paid over 40 to 50 bucks a piece for my Rhino sets when they 1st came out.

So recommeneded for those who dont own the sets but those of us who have the original rhino sets there is no need to purchase this not unless your copyies are messed up or in bad shape.


Over all Rating - 3 out 5

Audio - 4
Video Presentation - 3
Bonus Content - 2
Collectors Case & Content - 4
Over all Product - 3
Price Point - 5


Hi, guys. My name is Brian Ward and I produced the set in question. I was notified that this post was brought up over at Seibertron.com and have registered as a member just to come by and drop my two cents in.

To be perfectly honest, Rodimus doesn't know what he's talking about and, frankly, I take great offense at the notion that the visual mistakes from the Rhino releases haven't been corrected. The core masters are the same as the Rhino and Metrodome masters, however, where there are noted mistakes, we have painstakingly re-inserted all of the original shots directly from the original broadcast 1" masters. You asked if the Dinobots clear away the rubble. Yes, they do. Are the laser blasts put back in? Yes, they are.

In short, if Grimbot2 or any number of others complained via internet lists or videos on YouTube, we went in and FIXED those problems. Now, does that mean if there were two Starscreams in one shot when the show was originally aired, we fixed it? No. Absolutely not. That's not our job, nor was it our promise to the great fans of "The Transformers." But we certainly replaced a lot of shots with vehicles and Autobots and Decepticons that were the wrong colors in the Rhino and Metrodome masters.

Rodimus' statement "But they didnt clean up the picture or fix the errors in it as seen with the Rhino sets such as mis colored chacters and other errors as seen in the rhino sets" is absolutely absurd. We did not "clean up the picture," as that would require a brand new restoration of the film elements, which we all know are WRONG to begin with. But the mistakes made with Rhino's releases, such as the Dinobots not clearing the rubble in front of them or characters being misaligned on screen or background plates being wrong, etc., have absolutely been corrected.

I don't take offense that Rodimus didn't think this set was worth his money. The individual season sets weren't created for the hardcore fans in mind. The "Matrix of Leadership" Edition was created with your interests in mind and heart. For those that are complaining about the lack of bonus material, keep in mind that there are three additional releases that will have additional commercials, featurettes and more, including exclusive bonus features on the complete series set.

Sorry, guys. But I take my work and my personal fandom of the Transformers very seriously and felt I needed to come in and set the record straight.

Brian Ward
Producer
Shout! Factory

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