Transformers: Prime – Season Three

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Megatron and his Decepticons have destroyed the Autobots’ headquarters, scattering Optimus Prime and his heroic team across the country and leaving them out of communication with one another. Meanwhile, Shockwave has come to the side of his commander, bringing with him the newest Decepticon weapon. Can the Autobots reunite in time to defeat Megatron and the Decepticons once and for all? Or does this new weapon mean the end for the Autobots…and Earth? Find out in the final exciting season of the Emmy Award-winning series Transformers Prime Beast Hunters!

Starring the incredible all-star voice talents of Peter Cullen (Transformers films), Frank Welker (Robot Chicken), Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters), Jeffrey Combs (Re-Animator), Michael Ironside (Top Gun), George Takei (Star Trek), Clancy Brown (Highlander), Gina Torres (Firefly), Peter Mensah (True Blood), Will Friedle (Boy Meets World) and more!

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3 Responses to Transformers: Prime – Season Three

  1. Ryan M. Lutz "blood vamp" says:
    13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    ravage 24/7, September 17, 2013
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    Ryan M. Lutz “blood vamp” (Richmond,VA USA) –
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    This review is from: Transformers: Prime – Season Three (DVD)
    Transformers Prime Season 3 continues the Greatness!This season has alot of twist and turns that will keep you anticipating the next episode.You get some new characters on each side with Ultra Magnus on the Autobot side and the most menacing Predacon ever in Predaking.Personally I think Ultra Magnus is too much by the book,but he learns to work with his Autobot brothers with new tactics and is a key member of Team Prime.My favorite is Predaking with a new look and individuality that works awesome in the series.In the G1 days Predaking was a combiner that included five Predacons to make up Predaking,but in the Beast Hunters series he is his own badass robot with one cool as hell dragon mode.The human characters Jack,Miko,and Raf grow as individuals through the series and become even more vital members for Team Prime.Miko actually becomes a key member of the Wreckers with Wheeljack and Bulkhead while kicking Starscream around in the apex armor.Raf grows a stronger bond with Ratchet while Jack still provides leadership throughout.Arcee still proves she is best fembot around with amazing action scenes that all will love.Smokescreen grows more in the series responsibility wise with a new look while gaining greater respect from Team Prime.Shockwave has a plan with Project Predacon to finish off the Autobots,but this leads to a twist in the storyline that Megatron will regret.Optimus gets jacked up with a new more bulkier and beastly look which fits the Autobot commander very well.Optimus also has some battles with Predaking that are for the ages.The Omega Lock comes back into play as well as this makes a race against time for the Autobots to save not only Earth,but Cybertron as well.The graphics and animation throughout is still the best since the G1 days with amazing battle scenes that will blow your mind.Overall Season 3 has it all with awesome characters,cool storylines,and another thrill ride of energon fueled fun for all transformer fans.Bottom line Transformers Prime Season 3 Beast Hunters is a 10 out of 10 high quality collection of episodes that does the series proud.I highly recommend Transformers Prime Season 3 Beast Hunters to all transformer fans out there.Transformers Prime Rocks!!!

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  2. L. W. Swint says:
    3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Team Prime Triumphant!, December 4, 2013
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    L. W. Swint (Detroit, Michigan) –
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    This review is from: Transformers: Prime – Season Three (DVD)

    From the fiery embers of defeat, the Autobots struggle to reunite and overcome loss and separation at the merciless hands of the Decepticons in “Transformers: Prime Season Three,” the climatic final TV series adventures of the brave sentient robots from the planet Cybertron. The fate of Team Prime has never been so dark and the stakes have never been higher. But the future still offers hope from surprising sources…including the courageous Autobot who remains their greatest inspiration.

    This 2 DVD (or Blue-Ray) collection features the last 13 episodes of this grand computer animated series. “Season Three” was half the length of the first and second seasons, bringing the show’s total number of episodes to 65; the episode production number traditionally utilized in television syndication for a 13 week, Monday through Friday broadcast format. This is a disappointing reality for this Transformers fan, as I would have been more than happy to see this series continue for another 65 episodes!

    As the third season of “Transformers: Prime” begins, the mountain base of the Autobots has been discovered and destroyed by their enemies, the Decepticons. The populace of the neighboring town of Jasper, Nevada has been evacuated by the United States government to prevent possible civilian casualties from being caught up in the Cybertronian conflict. The victorious Megatron, master of the Decepticons, revels in his apparent conquest of his ancient foes, standing in the flaming wreckage of Team Prime’s lost home, in the shadow of his new citadel, Darkmount. Buried in the burning debri, Autobot leader Optimus Prime lies mortally wounded. A gloating Starscream,
    Megatron’s second in command, proclaims:

    “This is the dawning of a new age, my Liege. The age of Megatron!”

    But while things are bleak for the heroic Autobots, “scattered to the winds” after escaping their ill-fated base, not all is lost. Team Prime regroups and meets an old comrade, Ultra Magnus, who comes to Earth in search of his fellow Autobots. Together, they choose to fight on, despite their despair in defeat: and Megatron soon learns that not even the explosive collapse of a mountain can snuff out the spark of Optimus Prime!

    The war against good and evil continues. But just as the Autobots gain a new ally, so too do the Decepticons in the form of Shockwave, a coldy logical scientist, who comes from the devastated world of Cybertron to Earth with the results of one of his science projects: a clone of a long extinct Cybertronian beast, a Predacon. As the story of “Transformers: Prime Season Three” unfolds, this resurrected creature plays a major role in the ultimate fates of the Decepticons and the Autobots.

    The third season of “Transformers: Prime” continues the serial narrative storytelling style introduced in season two of the TV series, as the Autobots become “Beast Hunters,” searching for the fossilized remains of ancient Predacon clones sent to Earth many millennia ago by Megatron, during the centuries-long war for Cybertron. Their goal is to prevent Shockwave from producing an army of Predacons, a threat that could tip the scale of the “perpetual conflict” in the favor of the Decepticons. But things grow complicated not just for Team Prime but also for Megatron and his minions as the power of the Predacon is more fully revealed.

    “Prime Season Three” develops at an exciting, action-packed pace complimented by a rewarding deepening of the character interplay between the expanding cast of heroes and villains. The series’ voice cast continues to be a delight as they help bring the show’s characters to animated life. The computer animated production also impresses as the human and robot characters are beautifully realized in a richly designed world. For example, the robotic dragon Predacon is an awesomely realized force of Cybertronian nature, and his attacks on Team Prime as “the ultimate Autobot hunter” are thrilling battles to behold. The beast’s cavern confrontation with Ultra Magnus and Wheeljack in the episode “Evolution” is one of the most intense knock-down, drag-out fights this reviewer has seen in a Transformers cartoon. But it is all the more impressive because of the character conflict built up between the pair of Autobots during the course of the season. Despite their differences, when the time comes, Wheeljack and Ultra Magnus become true comrades-in-arms. Character relationships are more fully fleshed out in these final episodes of “Transformers: Prime.” From Bumblebee’s subtle mentoring of Smokescreen in “Project Predacon,” the affection young “Raf” reveals for Rachet in “Persuasion,” to the comedic chemistry between Starscream and Knock Out, showcased to funny effect in the episode “Thirst,” the third season of “Transformers: Prime” reminds its audience of the wealth of characters featured in this great series. For viewers of all ages, the show becomes not just a…

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  3. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    My collection is almost complete!, April 17, 2014
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    A must get for any transformer fan of animation buff.
    That’s all I have, review requirements say I need more words

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