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Transformers: Robots in Disguise 

Toransufômâ: Kârobotto (original title)
Optimus Prime and the Autobots defend Earth against Megatron and combined forces of the evil Predacons and Decepticons.
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Cast

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 Wankus ...  Prowl 39 episodes, 2000
David Lodge ...  Midnight Run / ... 39 episodes, 2000
Wally Wingert ...  Side Burn 39 episodes, 2000
Jerry DeCapua 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 Masao Harada ...  Heptor / ... 39 episodes, 2000
Satoshi Hashimoto Satoshi Hashimoto ...  Fire Convoy / ... 39 episodes, 2000
Chieko Higuchi Chieko Higuchi ...  Ai-chan / ... 39 episodes, 2000
Norio Imamura Norio Imamura ...  Gaskunk 39 episodes, 2000
Masami Iwasaki Masami Iwasaki ...  Build Cyclone / ... 39 episodes, 2000
Shôji Izumi Shôji Izumi ...  J-Five / ... 39 episodes, 2000
Hari Kaneko Hari Kaneko ...  Baldigus / ... 39 episodes, 2000
Akiko Kimura Akiko Kimura ...  Yuuki Onishi / ... 39 episodes, 2000
Riki Kitazawa Riki Kitazawa ...  Greejeeber / ... 39 episodes, 2000
Masayuki Kiyama Masayuki Kiyama ...  Brave Maximus / ... 39 episodes, 2000
Yôichi Kobiyama Yôichi Kobiyama ...  Devil Gigatron / ... 39 episodes, 2000
Hidenori Konda Hidenori Konda ...  Shuttlor 39 episodes, 2000
Takayuki Kondô Takayuki Kondô ...  Mach Alert 39 episodes, 2000
Konta Konta ...  Gelshark 39 episodes, 2000
Taiten Kusunoki Taiten Kusunoki ...  Black Convoy 39 episodes, 2000
Naomi Matamura Naomi Matamura ...  J-Four 39 episodes, 2000
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Junichi Miura Junichi Miura ...  X Car 39 episodes, 2000
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Hiroki Takahashi Hiroki Takahashi ...  Build Hurricane / ... 39 episodes, 2000
Eiji Takemoto Eiji Takemoto ...  Art Fire / ... 39 episodes, 2000
Yûki Tamaki Yûki Tamaki ...  Build Boy / ... 39 episodes, 2000
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Kim Strauss ...  Ultra Magnus 38 episodes, 2000
Robert Axelrod ...  Movor 38 episodes, 2000
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Dan Woren ...  Crosswise / ... 19 episodes, 2000
Kirk Thornton ...  Dr. Kenneth Onishi / ... 19 episodes, 2000
Steve Kramer ...  R.E.V. / ... 18 episodes, 2000
Michael Lindsay Michael Lindsay ...  Skid-Z / ... 18 episodes, 2000
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A Japanese remake of the popular animated series of the 1980's. Once again, Optimus Prime and his troops, the Autobots, are fighting to protect the earth from the Decepticons and the Predacons, led by the evil Megatron. To keep their identities secret, the robots of both size have the ability to transform in to various types of cars, trucks, airplanes or other machines. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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TV-Y7

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Release Date:

8 September 2001 (USA) See more »

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(39 episodes) | (39 episodes)

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This was the only "Transformers" series handled by Saban Entertainment (noted for their "Power Rangers" and "Digimon" shows). See more »

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Prowl: Don't make me get out my tow bar.
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Follows The Transformers: The Movie (1986) See more »

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TRANSFORMERS ARE BACK IN A BIG WAY!!!
9 September 2001 | by Rattrap007See all my reviews

I am a TF fan I loved Generation 1 (the original series from the 80s), Beast Wars, but didn't care much for Beast Machines.

In this series, the Autobots are back. This series takes place in the year 2000/01. It takes place on Earth but possibly a alternate version sing none of the Gen1 characters are in this show. It is a dubbed version of the series Car Robots in Japan.

Basically involves Megatron kidnaps a young boy's (Koji) father. He is the foremost expert on energy. Megatron does this so he can learn the location for energy theft and his agenda. Out to stop him are Optimus Prime and the Autobots.

Optimus Prime this time around transforms into a fire truck. His voice is remenisint of G1 Prime. Some of the other major players are:

X-Brawn who transform into a Mercades SUV and talks like a southerner (Hey it works). His younger brother Prowl, a Diablo police car, who is the serious one of the three. And the youngest Sideburn. He is a young kid who wants nothing more than to chase the girls, well red sports cars that he THINKS are girls.

They are later joined by 3 trains that can also merge into a giant gestault robot, 4 construction vehicles that also form a gestault, 6 ninja expert robots know as the spychangers, and two more autobots.

Megs also has his lackies. There is SkyByte the giant robotic shark, Slapper the frog, Darkscream, and Gasskunk a giant robotic skunk. Later they are joined by Decepticons.

The voice work so far has been very well done. It can be kiddish at some points, but it does work for the scenes.

For example, in one scene X-Brawn pretends to run off on an errand so he can get the jump on Slapper. Slapper shouts asking X-Brawn what he should do till he gets back. X-Brawn shouts that Slapper should measure his tounge or something. A moment later Slapper says "42 feet 3 inches! That's impressive." Sure a little kiddish but it was still funny.

Overall it is a very worth addition to the name Transformers.


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