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Ian James Corlett
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Okay, first off, screenshots of this show don't look terrible. The CGI models and cell shading are actually competently done... which is the best thing I can say for this series. The actual animation is okay, but the lip-synch is horrid and the character's faces are constantly blank.
The story and characters are all over the place. Windblade chucks her comic counterpart's ideas of compassion in exchange for vengeance. Starscream actually seems like he wants whats best for Cybertron, only to do a complete 180 out of nowhere (granted this is in-character for Starscream, but it was implied this version of him would be like all the other incarnations from the past decades). The only tolerable character is Megatron, and even then it's because he goes through the whole show without giving a crap.
And that's not even mentioning all the other plot holes. What was that obviously organic planet Megatron was fighting the Constructicons on, and how did Optimus and Windblade get there? Where did Victorion come from? Why is there no mention of the fact that the combiners are made of 5-6 smaller robots? Does Windblade want to kill just the combiners, or the whole Cybertronian council- she says contradicting things throughout the show.
Overall it's just terrible. If you have some time (and brain cells) to kill and like riffing on bad media then maybe give it a watch. Otherwise, avoid it at all costs.
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