Later, they are joined by the former Decepticon-turned-Autobot bounty hunter , with his Minicon pupils Slipstream and Jetstorm, and the spiritual who is on a mission by the Transformers' god Primus. Steeljaw also offers assistance, but can he be trusted? To date, Japanese audiences have not received the episodes or the film. Sideswipes random fear of abandonment is the issue that isn't resolved until the final conflict, just in time to give Sideswipe the boost he needed to help save the day. They are sent back to Earth, where they ally with Soundwave and are tasked with capturing the Autobots. True to form, Steeljaw plots to rise through the ranks of this new army and seize control of the group for himself.
Maybe once or twice everyone will get all confused and bump into each other, landing in a pile while the Decepticon escapes. Soundwave also swears revenge on Hi-Test, one of his former Activator Mini-Cons, when he failed to acquire Strongarm's Decepticon Hunter. Then a few episodes later that previously resolved issue will come back as if it were never resolved in the first place. Eh, it could be worse. All of them must struggle to stop the metal-eating Decepticon, who intends on devouring the nearby Crown City.
While on a mission, he sees a vision of telling him to go to Earth as is coming. Afterwards, Bumblebee finds his team fighting something that isn not really there and stops them. Sideswipe learns a lesson in considering the consequences of his actions. Fixit will try to say something, get the word wrong twice and then say it correctly after being hit on the head. Chief among the Decepticon threat is the charismatic , who seeks to organize the escaped prisoners into an to conquer the planet. The episodes were fully uncut and featured extended opening and ending sequences. Now featuring more beast-hunting than! The Bee Team must prevent Steeljaw's pack from teleporting that same threat onto Earth.
NexusPrime They won't be going to Cybertron, budget wouldn't cover it lol Or they might be ready to go to Cybertron for 5 mins but end up on Earth again Budget would fine. The Autobots thus have to cope with a global Decepticon threat and a weakened Optimus. The mini-series has caused some confusion over how the seasons of Robots in Disguise should be counted. Soundwave also show signs of an imminent return when he sends Stuntwing, a Mini-Con, to steal Bumblebee's Decepticon Hunter. The Canadian broadcast of the series has been undertaken by Corus Entertainment, and the show aired on Teletoon from , 2015 to , 2017. At the same time, Soundwave has sent a group of Minicons to steal the 's Decepticon Hunters, with this subplot playing a small background role until the Stunticons are captured and returned to Cybertron by the end of the first half of the season.
The was composed mostly of clips from episodes, but new animation mostly group shots was provided by. Meanwhile, Bumblebee is banished and trapped within the Shadowzone. Meanwhile, thanks to Trickout, Soundwave acquires Sideswipe's Decepticon hunter. Things escalate when Springload gets his hands on it, hoping that the sphere will finally lead him to the mythical city of Doradus. Soundwave contacts Steeljaw and his Pack, ordering that the terms of their freedom, as a reward for the deal they struck with their mysterious 'Benefactors' on Cybertron, and their command would be transferred to him. While the Bee Team engages the notorious Decepticon atop a skyscraper, Optimus Prime takes on Laserbeak in the skies over Crown City. As is rather well-known, did not complete its run in Japan, ending at 52 episodes.
Springload's madness for the search of Doradus leads Quillfire to steal a giant experimental tank form a military base, proving a difficult challenge for the team. Soundwave also plans to return with the help of Activators, a new breed of Minicons. Armed with an arsenal, he tries to attack the others. Their hunt for Underbite leads to them befriending Denny Clay and his son Russell. Optimus also makes contact with Hi-Test, the Renegade Activator, who now lives in the Shadowzone with his fellow Activators, free from those who would dare threaten them.
The series concluded with its third season and was replaced with the new series,. As a result, Sideswipe's fear of abandonment threatens the Bee Team when they face their foes again at the Crown River Dam. Meanwhile, Steeljaw, who survived the disaster with Megatronus, discovers another group of escaped prisoners led by two new Decepticons. Maybe once or twice everyone will get all confused and bump into each other, landing in a pile while the Decepticon escapes. Then the character s mentioned earlier will learn an important moral lesson, and with that they win and catch the Decepticon before going back to the scrapyard and talking about what they learned that day. Archived from on October 17, 2016. Main cast Recurring characters only, in order of appearance.
Archived from on April 29, 2015. The team split up and end up teaming up with the Mini-Con Weaponizers. A second season, consisting of 13 episodes began airing on February 20, 2016 and saw Bumblebee's team, or Bee Team, attempting to apprehend the remaining escaped Decepticons and the discovery that the Alchemor was cut in half upon crashing on Earth, leading to the creation of a different Decepticon group. Then a few episodes later that previously resolved issue will come back as if it were never resolved in the first place. Our heroes will have to show cunning to thwart the Decepticons' plan and regain control of the scrapyard. Les Accros aux Séries in French.
A battle ensues in one of Crown City's landfills, in which Bumblebee faces a near-death experience. Season 4, Episode 17 September 9, 2017 Season 4, Episode 17 September 9, 2017 Steeljaw and his pack return and launch an attack on the Scrapyard, forcing the Autobots to abandon their home base. Soundwave also sends Trickout, another Mini-Con, to Earth to retrieve the other Decepticon Hunters from Strongarm and Sideswipe. The Bee Team battles the notorious Decepticon; Optimus Prime takes on Laserbeak; and Sideswipe learns about the consequences of his actions. An additional threat arises as the train could potentially crash into Crown City Train Station. This also makes Adventure the first American Transformers cartoon to be released in Japan without the oversight of since. A Decepticon shows up in the Arctic Circle, with Optimus, Drift, Windblade, and Sideswipe heading after him while Bumblebee, Strongarm, Fixit, and Grimlock stay behind and are soon ambushed by an ancient Decepticon named Overload, who holds a grudge against Optimus for defeating him several years ago.