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With the aid of the Headmasters the mighty Cybertrons (Autobots) continue to wage war against their evil counterparts the Destrons (Decepticons). But with Convoy (Optimus Prime) now gone can the Cybertrons win?Written by
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Originally, the Transformers series in Japan is a re-dubbed version of the US series. When the series ended in the US, Toei produced a continuing series as Transformers still proved to be very popular in Japan. The final three episodes of the US series was disregarded from the Japanese Transformers continuity. See more »
The series was dubbed into English by Omni Productions, a Hong Kong-based studio mostly known for their low-rent dubbing work on various other Asian productions, such as certain Godzilla movies and martial arts films. This dub has become infamous among fans due to its mangled translation work, unprofessional-sounding voice works delivered by only a handful voice actors, mispronouncing names or outright renaming characters, and for oftentimes drastically toning down the original dialogue or inserting new bits of inappropriate language like swearing or unintentional innuendos. The dub was mostly available through bootleg tapes, but it has been released on various DVD sets in the West officially, beginning from the early 2000s. See more »
Transformers: The Headmasters has its good and bad points. While it doesn't cram all its new characters into three episodes like "The Rebirth," it doesn't devote a lot of time to any of them except the Autobot Headmasters and one or two others. It's also a bit intense for a kids show, not to mention that several episodes feature female characters in revealing clothing, though with the exception of "Head Formation of Friendship" such characters are background and the scenes they appear in can be skipped without losing any vital plot information. Also, way too much Daniel and Wheelie-and I thought they were annoying in English. The subtitling on the Shout! Factory version is also fairly disjointed at times.
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