Transformers Beast Wars: Seasons 2 & 3

A new war between the Transformers has broken out, but the objectives remain the same — as do the stakes hanging in the balance. Optimus Primal and his valiant Maximals must stop Megatron and the treacherous Predacons from obtaining the Energon necessary to fuel their campaign to conquer the universe. Can Optimus and the Maximals rise to the challenge? The answer awaits in the thrilling conclusion to Transformers: Beast Wars!

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  1. blackaciddevil says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Transformers Beast Wars: Seasons 2 & 3……, October 11, 2011
    By 
    blackaciddevil (in the USA somewhere…..) –

    This review is from: Transformers Beast Wars: Seasons 2 & 3 (DVD)

    In the thrilling conclusion to the Beast Wars Transformers series, a new war has broken out between the Transformers. Optimus Primal and the Maximals must stop Megatron and his Predacons from obtaining Energon that’s needed to fuel their campaign to conquer the universe. Will they succeed or fail? Well, it’s left up to you to find out in Transformers Beast Wars: Seasons 2 & 3.

    What started as campy and kiddie in nature back in the first season has grown more serious in tone in the second and third seasons. Thankfully, it comes to a very satisfying conclusion. Fans of the Generation 1 Tranformers series will come to love this series. I’d never saw this series before and was highly skeptical about it but, after viewing the series, I’m glad I purchased the series. I see, now, why this series is loved so much. You actually get to know the characters in this series and you realize they’re not one-dimension characters. They act just like we would in a given situation. Another thing I love about the show is it is strictly sci-fi and I love me some sci-fi.

    Seasons 2 and 3 include bonus features such as: Remembering The Spark Featurette,
    Original making of Beast Wars, Art gallery and Original character models.

    All in all, Beast Wars Transformers is a great show to add to your Transformers collection. It’s definitely a show that you will watch over and over again. I agree with another reviewer here, follow this up with The Transformers Beast Machines complete series. It’s a fantastic followup to Beast Wars, although it is even more serious and darker in tone. Beast Machines picks up where the previous Transformers series, Beast Wars, leaves off, with Optimus Primal and the remaining Maximal team returning to their home planet of Cybertron, and still in their animal forms.

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  2. James K. Collins "SpiderReilly" says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Very PRIME Set., November 25, 2011
    This review is from: Transformers Beast Wars: Seasons 2 & 3 (DVD)

    This is an excellent set. I already bought the first Rhino sets of Season 2 and 3, but I was drawn in by the special features on this combined 2 and 3 edition. Very much worth the price! And for only $20 for this “backup” set of Season 2 and 3 I have now from Target? To quote Megs from Season 1’s The Probe: “Oh, EXCELLENT idea!”

    : Remembering The Spark is good, running at 18 minutes, 14 seconds. It includes portions of the original Larry and Bob interviews from Rhino’s BW Season 1 release. Key clips from the series are played during Bob and Larry’s audio. My favorite clips are from The Agenda Trilogy and an ‘optimal’ situation, Yess… Christopher Brough, producer from Mainframe, provides information as well.

    Here is what I found very interesting. Steve Drucker, Hasbro VP, says that the Beast Warriors arrive in/on Earth’s past BEFORE the Ark crashlands. Now, I originally thought that if THAT was the case, both Maximal and Predacon bases’ scanners would have DETECTED the Ark crashing. That would be logical, wouldn’t it? I personally think he might have gotten his facts a little mixed up. I was under the impression that the Beast Warriors arrived AFTER the Ark had ALREADY crashed, which is supported by the brief G1 recap as told to Silverbolt in The Agenda 2. I’d like to know where he got that piece of information from or if it is just pure speculation on his part. I would like to talk to Mr. Drucker further on this, yess.

    : The Original Makring Of Featurette is next. Mairi Welman of Mainframe Entertainment kicks it off. My personal favorite sections from this are brief shots of Gary Chalk, Jim Byrnes, Doug Parker, Ian James Corlett, Scott McNeil in front of the microphone during original recording sessions for “Law Of The Jungle”!

    The only thing this set does not have is the Nemesis Part 2 animatic or deletec scene like the Rhino release of Season 3. Besides that, I highly recommend this release!

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  3. P. Shrum says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Best of the TRANSFORMERS, November 2, 2011
    By 
    P. Shrum (Atlanta, Ga) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Transformers Beast Wars: Seasons 2 & 3 (DVD)

    I picked this up at Wal-Mart without even looking at the price- but it was about $20, so good price. The DVD quality is pretty decent, a simple layout- Season 2 on disc 1 & 2, and Season 3 on disc 3 & 4 with some special features. The vintage doc about how the show is made is interesting but horrible quality and ultimately the special feature with the interviews with the two main writers was awesome! This was by far my favorite animated show from the late-1990’s, I mean for the time the Animation was top-notch and it even looks better that the current Transformers Prime show thats on TV now. The voice acting is some of the best ever, and the story-lines (especially in seasons 2&3) are nothing short of spectacular! Overall this has been my best DVD purchase of the year. If you haven’t seen the first season I would definitely start there, because the series is built on season-long story arcs and these two seasons together are about as many episodes as the just the first season. But these seasons are by far the best story-wise and visually, especially the character designs! If all Transformers properties were done this well then the franchise would be on the same par as Star Wars or Star Trek. Love It!

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