Transformers Prime Episodes 3, 4, and 5 Review
Oh, sorry, Bulkhead, didn't
know you were busy raping a Decepticon drone. Awkward...
I felt it was necessary to do a brief review of
the next three episodes of Transformers Prime since they are technically
part of the full premiere, even though they didn't premiere with the
rest of the premiere. Go figure. This review will be a little a different as I've
just bullet pointed good and
bad parts of these latest three episodes. There may be some minor spoilers.
Optimus and Ratchet fought a hundred or so zombie-bots
on Earth, but how did all those dead transformers get in Nevada in the first
place? Did I miss something or was this part of that whole previous war on
Earth that that no one ever talks about? I hope this, and why there are only
three main Decepticons and a handful of Autobots, is explained at some point.
The Autobots had a really tough time
fighting the Decepticon drones in the first two episodes, but in these three
episodes the Autobots basically just mopped the
floor with them. Did the Autobots suddenly get better at
fighting or did the drones suddenly get worse? Man, which ever way it is,
Cliffjumper must have really sucked at being an Autobot. No wonder he died in the
Optimus Prime's weird mouth continues to freak me out.
The voice acting is still excellent. Mostly.
Bumblebee continues to irritatingly beep and
The kids get in the way. All the time.
Raf can hack Cybertronian code and Cybertronian computer
programs. In fact, he understands Cybertronian tech better than the Autobots
Well, it's Transformers, so I'll continue to
watch it. Was it better? A little, but I'm still not digging this whole zombie
thing. Mainly I'm hoping of seeing more actual Transformers and not
countless drones and zombies.
-Shawn - 12/10/10