Transformers Prime Season Three
something recently. Television shows are not being given much time to
grow and develop. TV executives pull the plug on shows so much faster
these days. They are not patient for a following to build behind a show.
Love it day one, or its gone.
Why do I bring this up? Because Transformers Prime Season Three is the final season of the television show. There was the Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Predacons Rising movie that finished off the series with a bang. Still it is a shame to see yet another cartoon series getting cut short. Especially when this show was getting better every season.
As I watched Transformers Prime Season Three I could see things building. The Decepticons were progressively losing their forces. Instances kept happening that made them lose more and more of their troops. It was fun to watch their forces dwindle down. This allowed the Auotbots to win the day in the end.
There are plenty of surprises in Transformers Prime Season Three. As well as quite a bit of violent robot on robot action. They shoot each other, burn one another, bash each other with weapons, and more. Multiple characters have death scenes in Transformers Prime Season Three. I won't spoil any of that though.
The vocal inflections of the voice actors is stellar. Their talent is at the highest degree. I also appreciated one of the newest voices to join the show near the end. Sorry I won't spoil it for you. If you saw the movie after this season then you know which character I am referencing.
The Beast Hunter theme in Transformers Prime Season Three is very interesting. I loved seeing the development of Predaking in Transformers Prime Season Three. Star Scream has multiple humorous moments with a wide variety of characters. He is an opportunist slime ball. You can always count on him to be devious.
It was an honor for me to review Transformers Prime Season Three on Blu-ray. I am sad that this show is now done and over with. That is a shame because Transformers Prime Season Three was getting very good. I hope someone out there has the intelligence to bring it back.
Family Friendly Factor: 76%
Publisher: Shout Factory
Rating: ‘TV-Y7’ - for Designed for Children Seven Years of Age or Older
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