Transformers: Season Two, Vol. 1 (25th Anniversary Edition)

  • TRANSFORMERS SSN 2 VOL 1-25TH ANNIV ED (DVD MOVIE)

The War Against the Decepticons Rages On in The First 28 Episodes of Season Two!

The adventures of Optimus Prime and his valiant Autobots continue as they protect their new home planet, Earth, and its people against power-hungry Megatron and his Decepticons. With the help of their human friends Spike, Sparkplug, Chip and Carlee, the Autobots search for the fuel necessary to send them home and reenergize their planet of Cybertron. But if the Decepticons seize their energy source first, the entire universe may suffer the consequences under the reign of the malevolent Megatron.

This 4-DVD set contains the first 28 episodes from the second season of The Transformers, including fan-favorites such as the two-part Dinobot Island, Enter The Nightbird, The Master Builders and The God Gambit.

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Unicron is defeated, but what was thought to be the end of the Autobots’ darkest hour is actually proving to be just the beginning! The centuries-old war rages on, pitting Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen) and his team of heroic Autobots, alongside their most trusted human allies, Jack, Miko, Raf and Special Agent Fowler (Ernie Hudson, Ghostbusters) against Megatron (Frank Welker) and his nefarious Decepticons. The action heats up with a boldly exciting climax you absolutely have to see to believe!

From Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, the writing team behind the megablockbuster Transformers feature films, and executive producer Jeff Kline comes a brand-new season of the Emmy Award winning series that Crave Online describes as the show die-hard fans have always wanted. Now you can catch all 26 episodes of the outrageous second season!

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  1. Dennis A. Amith (kndy) says:
    22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    More Autobots, more Decepticons and more mecha mayhem! 28 episodes for a low price!, October 1, 2009
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    This review is from: Transformers: Season Two, Vol. 1 (25th Anniversary Edition) (DVD)

    With the success of the three-part mini-series and the first 13 episodes of Season One, the second season of “THE TRANSFORMERS (More Than Meets the Eye) featured on television back in 1985 featured more characters and more episodes (49 total) which then led to “The Transformers: The Movie” in 1986. And now the second season, volume one will be released with 28 episodes (covering episodes 17-44). And with the release of the first season from SHOUT FACTORY, Transformers fans were happy that the company has corrected problems that were evident with the original DVD set release (from RHINO), have no fear, the second season also features the corrected problems and any problems that were in the old 2002 releases, can expect corrected episodes in the SHOUT! FACTORY releases.

    Needless to say that the second season brought excitement as fans were treated with more Dinobot and Insecticon episodes, the introduction to combining teams such as the Aerialbots, the Stunticons, the Protectobots and the Combaticons.The second season also featured introductions to Autobots: Beachcomber, Cosmos, Powerglide, Seaspray, Warpath, Grapple, Hoist, Red Alert, Skids, Smokescreen, Inferno, Tracks, Perceptor, Blaster, Devcon and Omega Supreme. Meanwhile, the Decepticons had Dirge, Ramjet, Thrust, Blitzwing and Astrotrain and many more. Also, the second season would feature more humans that would befriend the Autoobts such as Chip and Carlee.

    With 49 episodes for season 2, SHOUT FACTORY decided to break up the season season in half. Season Two, Volume 1 consists of the following 28 episodes (includes spoiler-less summaries):

    DISC 1

    * EPISODE 17 – Autobot Spike – Spike is wounded during a Decepticon attack and so his father Sparkplug and Wheeljack transfer his consciousness into an experimental robot.
    * EPISODE 18 – The Immobilizer – Wheeljack creates a new invention known as “The Immobilizer” which can freeze any object that is in motion. But what happens when the Decepticons steal it.
    * EPISODE 19 – Dinobot Island, Part 1 – Optimus Prime sends the Dinobots to their own island for training.
    * EPISODE 20 – Dinobot Island, Part 2 – With the Autobots trying to fight against the Decepticons and things starting to look dire, the Dinobots come to the rescue.
    * EPISODE 21 – Traitor – Is Mirage a traitor to the Autobots?
    * EPISODE 22 – Enter the Nightbird – An experimental ninja robot known as Nightbird is created but the Decepticons want to get their hands on it.
    * EPISODE 23 – Changing Gears – The Decepticons obtain the final component for their solar needle device. The Autobots must stop the Decepticons immediately.

    DISC 2

    * EPISODE 24 – A Prime Problem – The Decepticons create a clone of Optimus Prime and use it to destroy the Autobots.
    * EPISODE 25 – Atlantis, Arise! – Decepticons uncover the sunken civilization of Atlantis which leads King Nergill and his kingdom to infiltrate the humans. Now, the Autobots must take on both forces.
    * EPISODE 26 – Attack of the Autobots – The Decepticons take control of the Autobots.
    * EPISODE 27 – Microbots – The Autobots must shrink Bumblebee, Brawn and Perceptor in order to defeat Megatron.
    * EPISODE 28 – The Master Builders – Autobots Grapple and Hoist want to build a solar energy tower and ended up working with the Constructicons.
    * EPISODE 29 – The Insecticon Syndrome – The Insecticons are hit by an energy shield and grow in size and become very powerful. Can the Autobots stop them?
    * EPISODE 30 – Day of the Machines – The Autobots must stop Megatron who has control of the supercomputer known as Torque III.

    DISC 3

    * EPISODE 31 – Megatron’s Master Plan, Part 1 – The Autobots are banished from Earth and now the Decepticons are free.
    * EPISODE 32 – Megatron’s Master Plan, Part 2 – With the humans thinking they banished the evil Autobots, they soon realized they banished the wrong group. Now the Decepticons try to conquer Earth without Autobot interference.
    * EPISODE 33 – Auto Berserk – Red Alert has a malfunction and ends up teaming with Starscream.
    * EPISODE 34 – City of Steel – Optimus Prime is injured and captured by the Decepticons. The Autobots go to rescue him.
    * EPISODE 35 – Desertion of the Dinobots, Part 1 – Without Cybertronium, both the Autobots and Decepticons start to lose their powers and malfunction.
    * EPISODE 36 – Desertion of the Dinobots, Part 2 – Spike and Carlee must help the Autobots but to do that, they must get help from the Dinobots.
    * EPISODE 37 – Blaster Blues – Megatron causes problems on Earth when he blocks out the radio waves on Earth.

    DISC 4

    * EPISODE 38 – A Decepticon Raider in Arthur’s Court – Starscream activates a time machine which send him and the Decepticons back in time and they team up with the evil Sir Wagond…

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  2. T. Boehnlein says:
    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    So Much Better Than Season 1, November 19, 2009
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    T. Boehnlein (Dayton, Ohio, USA) –
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    I said it. The writing is greatly improved and the production quality skyrocketed compared to season 1. If you love Transformers G1 and have to choose between season 1 and 2. Get this by all means. Plus it contains the episode with the most brilliant subtle joke ever on Transformers. All the Autobots easily make the jump up the cliff except one who stumbles slightly while pursing the ninja robot. It’s not like they said his name a million times right before to make sure everyone got the joke. The plots are deeper with better character development and there is far less reliance on puns. There is an episode where the Decepticons get drunk. It is absolutely hilarious. So many great moments scattered through the disks. I highly recommend it.

    P.S. Watching this collection reminds my why I hate Michale Bay so much.

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  3. Lone shark... "One that travels" says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Blast from the past, July 23, 2010
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    Watching these old shows really take me back! I know everyone been saying something thing like this. But will can’t be help! But I think there very few ep missing. Just not show which ones. Still, good show and I really enjoy watching them!

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  4. Ryan M. Lutz "blood vamp" says:
    15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
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    ravage 24/7, August 29, 2012
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    Ryan M. Lutz “blood vamp” (Richmond,VA USA) –
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    Transformers Prime Season 2 continues the greatness!This season is full of twist and turns in the plots along with the same quality storylines that makes this a must have for all transformer fans.The human characters of Raf,Miko,and Jack are more involved to help in the fight against the decepticons.The season starts out with the Orion Pax series in which Jack shoulders more responsibility when a trip to Cybertron is the key to saving Optimus.Megatron finds himself at war with not only the Autobots,but treachary in the decepticon ranks involving Starscream and Airachnid.Arcee still is the best looking she has ever been with the continuing rivalry against her nemesis Airachnid.Then there is the race for the cybertronian relics that could shift the balance of power to the Autobot or Decepticon side.Season 2 is a thrill ride from start to finish that is a refreshing reminder of how great the Transformers series is.There is also new characters introduced as well with the Insecticons and Dreadwing.Both of these characters are very badass and compliment the series very well.Mech gets involved in the series as well with a cool appearence from a Nemesis Prime.Overall this is an action packed series with great detail in graphics and animation that remains as good as the G1 days.Season 2 will keep you on the edge of your seat in anticipation for the next episode that all ages of fans will love.Bottom line Transformers Prime Season 2 is a high quality,well done,10 out of 10 series that is as good as any transformers series ever done.I highly recommend Transformers Prime Season 2 to all transformer fans out there.Transformers Prime Rules!!!

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  5. HavokH85 says:
    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
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    Transformers Prime Season II, October 22, 2012
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    Transformers Prime picks up where season one left off with Optimus Prime now among the ranks of the Decepticons?!?!?! Through out this season the Autobots and Decepticons are battling over hidden Cybertronian Iacon Relics (some are the Cybertronian equivalent of WMD’s)that could turn the tide of the war, Mech shakes things up quite a bit,and ultimately takes them to an EPIC showdown on Cybertron.This season is just as great as the first season with new characters,and new twists and turns.And also a bit less Miko thank god. Voice talent is second to none with Peter Cullen as Optimus Prime,Frank Welker as Megatron,Tony Todd (Transformers Revenge of the Fallen) as Dreadwing, John Dimaggio (bender from futurama) as Vogul and many many more.This is a show that is fun for the whole family. A spectacular ride for the kids and a very welcome nostalgia for the adults.This is a must see chapter in the Transformers Prime Universe. If you haven’t seen season one you absolutely must own it too.This is a great investment and you won’t regret it.

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  6. Kim says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Transformers for the modern age, December 9, 2012
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    Great for all ages. We watch as a family, my husband watched the original animated Transformers series as a boy and loves watching this with our son. Excellent follow on from Season 1. Looking forward to the next season.

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