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|Series cast summary:|
|Neil Kaplan||-||Optimus Prime 39 episodes, 2000|
|Daniel Riordan||-||Megatron / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Jason Spisak||-||Koji Onishi 39 episodes, 2000|
|Peter Spellos||-||Sky-Byte 39 episodes, 2000|
|Sandy Fox||-||T-AI 39 episodes, 2000|
|Steve Blum||-||Darkscream 39 episodes, 2000|
|Philece Sampler||-||Kelly 39 episodes, 2000|
|Wankus||-||Prowl 39 episodes, 2000|
|David Lodge||-||Midnight Run / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Wally Wingert||-||Side Burn 39 episodes, 2000|
|Jerry DeCapua||-||Gas Skunk 39 episodes, 2000|
|Keith Diamond||-||Rapid Run 39 episodes, 2000|
|Bob Joles||-||X-Brawn 39 episodes, 2000|
|Peter Lurie||-||Slapper 39 episodes, 2000|
|Mike Reynolds||-||Railspike 39 episodes, 2000|
|Masao Harada||-||Heptor / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Satoshi Hashimoto||-||Fire Convoy / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Chieko Higuchi||-||Ai-chan / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Norio Imamura||-||Gaskunk 39 episodes, 2000|
|Masami Iwasaki||-||Build Cyclone / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Shôji Izumi||-||J-Five / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Hari Kaneko||-||Baldigus / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Akiko Kimura||-||Yuuki Onishi / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Riki Kitazawa||-||Greejeeber / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Masayuki Kiyama||-||Brave Maximus / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Yôichi Kobiyama||-||Devil Gigatron / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Hidenori Konda||-||Shuttlor 39 episodes, 2000|
|Takayuki Kondô||-||Mach Alert 39 episodes, 2000|
|Konta||-||Gelshark 39 episodes, 2000|
|Taiten Kusunoki||-||Black Convoy 39 episodes, 2000|
|Naomi Matamura||-||J-Four 39 episodes, 2000|
|Takashi Matsuyama||-||God Magnus 39 episodes, 2000|
|Junichi Miura||-||X Car 39 episodes, 2000|
|Yoshikazu Nagano||-||Build Typhoon 39 episodes, 2000|
|Ryô Naitô||-||Counter Arrow / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Chôtomi Nimura||-||Eagle Killer 39 episodes, 2000|
|Hitoshi Nishimura||-||Indy Heat 39 episodes, 2000|
|Masahiro Shibahara||-||Wild Ride 39 episodes, 2000|
|Hiroki Takahashi||-||Build Hurricane / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Eiji Takemoto||-||Art Fire / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Yûki Tamaki||-||Build Boy / - 39 episodes, 2000|
|Punch Ufo||-||Speedbreaker 39 episodes, 2000|
|Osuke Yoda||-||Ox 39 episodes, 2000|
|Daran Norris||-||Heavy Load 38 episodes, 2000|
|Barry Stigler||-||Scourge 38 episodes, 2000|
|Kim Strauss||-||Ultra Magnus 38 episodes, 2000|
|Robert Axelrod||-||Movor 38 episodes, 2000|
|Michael McConnohie||-||Hot Shot / - 19 episodes, 2000|
|Dan Woren||-||Crosswise / - 19 episodes, 2000|
|Kirk Thornton||-||Dr. Kenneth Onishi / - 19 episodes, 2000|
|Steve Kramer||-||R.E.V. / - 18 episodes, 2000|
|Michael Lindsay||-||Skid-Z / - 18 episodes, 2000|
|Bob Papenbrook||-||Mega-Octane 18 episodes, 2000|
|Michael Reisz||-||Landfill / - 18 episodes, 2000|
|Tom Wyner||-||Grimlock 18 episodes, 2000|
The unfortunate female driver who constantly bumps into the Transformers and winds up in difficult situations is never named in the show. She is called Kelly, according to the dubbing sheets. In the Japanese original, her name was Junko.
Continuing the tradition of American dubs making modifications to the original Japanese animated series, this cartoon also tended to extend and shorten scenes, or in some cases, include brand new animation.
This was the first ever "Transformers" series to occur in a separate continuum, without any links to previous series.
This is the only series in the "Transformers" saga with Decepticons and Predacons, where Megatron commands the Predacons first and later forms the Decepticons; Трансформеры: Битвы зверей (1996) had Predacons and later a Decepticon appeared, but that was an agent operating on his own agenda and lasted only for a few episodes.
The Predacon commander Sky-Byte takes the form of a biomechanical shark (based on the Трансформеры: Битвы зверей (1996) toy Cybershark). This could classify him as a Sharkticon, a shark-like Decepticon.
In the original Japanese series, each of Megatron's modes (a robot, jet, vehicle, bat, two-headed dragon, and a giant hand) have their own personality.
Originally the show was planned to run for 52 episodes, but due to Takara's financial problems in 2000 it was was cut down to 39.
Although the Maximals, the apocryphal rivals of the Predacons, were not mentioned in the cartoon, a toy of Optimus Prime bore the Maximal symbol, which made him the lone Maximal in the entire series.
This was the only "Transformers" series handled by Saban Entertainment (noted for their "Power Rangers" and "Digimon" shows).
This is the only "Transformers" show where Grimlock is not a dinosaur, nor a member of the Dinobots - his alternate mode in this show is a backhoe, and he is a member of the Build Team.
Sky-Byte is the show's "breakout" character. He became very popular among fans, even becoming one of the candidates for the official "Transformers Hall of Fame" at one point. Partially for this reason, he received a brand new toy in 2014.
Lex Lang (Tow-Line) and Sandy Fox (T-AI) got married in 2004.
This show features voice actors from the "Lupin III" franchise:
- Armorhide is voiced by Richard Epcar, who has voiced Daisuke Jigen, Goemon Ishikawa XIII and Inspector Zenigata
- Lex Lang (Goemon Ishikawa XIII) voices Tow-Line
- and Tony Oliver (Arsene Lupin III) and Doug Erholtz (Inspector Zenigata) voiced a few minor characters.
This was the first ever Japanese "Transformers" series to be dubbed and broadcast to an American audience.
The US broadcast of the series was severely affected by the September 11 terrorist attacks, causing many of its episodes to be held back, re-edited or be unaired in the U.S.
The Autobot Side Burn's alternate mode is a Dodge Viper sportscar. However, while a regular Dodge Viper has a V-10 engine, Side Burn is seen to have an engine block (seen in robot mode) with only eight exhaust pipes.
Released on the 15th anniversary of Трансформеры (1984).
Voice director Michael McConnohie, who voiced the Autobots Ironhide and Hot Shot in the series, also did the voices of the Autobots Tracks and Cosmos in Трансформеры (1984).
Due to the way his transformation scheme from a robotic shark to a humanoid robot is designed, Sky-Byte ends up having double shark genitalia on his right forearm. These are cleverly sculpted to look like arm blades.
This is the first "Transformers" show with the "Robots in Disguise" subtitle.
The series is not an exact English translation of the original Japanese anime. Instead it is more of a parody with many newly inserted gags, as well as references to earlier Transformers cartoons (for example T-AI says she's the daughter of Teletraan-I, the famous Autobot computer from Трансформеры (1984)). Many of the episodes were slightly re-edited or rewritten to be more fun and to fill in certain plot inconsistencies, although even the dubbing team has admitted that the first episode in particular was difficult to make entertaining.
Sky-Byte is the only Predacon to escape the conflict and is last seen left behind on Earth. This pays homage to Трансформеры: Битвы зверей (1996), where the Predacon Waspinator also underwent a similar fate.
This series has the distinction of being the only series in the "Transformers" saga where the hero Optimus Prime has not been killed off and resurrected.