Super Life-Form Transformers: Beast Wars Neo

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Super Life-Form Transformers: Beast Wars Neo
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超生命体トランスフォーマー ビーストウォーズネオ
(Chō Seimeitai Toransufōmā: Bīsuto Uōzu Neo)
Genre Adventure, Mecha
Anime television series
Directed by Osamu Sekita
Studio Production Reed
Nihon Ad Systems
Network TV Tokyo (1999)
Original run February 3, 1999September 29, 1999
Episodes 35 (List of episodes)
Manga
Written by Shoji Imaki
Published by Kodansha
Demographic Shōnen
Imprint BomBom KC
Magazine Comic BomBom
Original run April 1999October 1999
Volumes 1 (List of volumes)
Portal icon Anime and Manga portal

Super Life-Form Transformers: Beast Wars Neo (超生命体トランスフォーマー ビーストウォーズネオ Chō Seimeitai Toransufōmā: Bīsuto Uōzu Neo?) is a 1999 Japanese Transformers television animated series and toy line, and a sequel to Beast Wars II.[1][2] Voices are done by Hozumi Gōda and each episode runs for 30 minutes. It was shown in Standard 4:3.

Plot[edit]

The series focuses on a battle between Maximal and Predacon factions for possession of an energy source called Angolmois. The lone "one-man army" Big Convoy is assigned the task of being teacher to a group of young recruits against Magmatron's group. By the end of the series, however, both forces unite to oppose the wrath of the dark god Unicron and his sub-group; the Blendtrons..

Characters[edit]

Toyline[edit]

Beast Wars Neo's toy line contains exclusive figures available only in Japan, some of which later became available to other fans via the Hasbro online store or were available in later series, sometimes repainted and remolded. The Transformers: Universe release of Nemesis Prime was Hasbro's repaint of Big Convoy and was released in Australia as exclusive item, in addition to being a Target exclusive in the United States. Magmatron also ended up as a Target exclusive, while various other figures from the line were introduced in the United States as repaints for various lines.

Episodes[edit]

  1. Move Out Big Convoy!
  2. Get the Mysterious Capsule!
  3. Burning Spirit Below Freezing
  4. Hang in there Stampy!
  5. Mirage in the Sand
  6. Dinosaur Combiner Magmatron
  7. Duel in the Midst of Labyrinth
  8. Danger of the Black Hole
  9. Sub-Commander Longrack
  10. Whoa! Eaten!
  11. Planet of Time
  12. Hydra Alone
  13. Break is a Destron
  14. Ship's Log (clip show of previous episodes)
  15. Mach Kick Enlists!
  16. Planet of the Ultimate Weapon
  17. Troubled DNAVI
  18. Randy, Attack!
  19. Physicist Bump
  20. Hardhead is Hardheaded
  21. Deep-sea Personal Combat
  22. The Stolen Gung-Ho
  23. Hot-blooded Instructor Survive
  24. Assemble, New Warriors! (clip show of previous episodes)
  25. The Mysterious Beast Warrior
  26. The Stolen Capsule
  27. Pursue the Blendtrons
  28. Angered Magmatron
  29. Illusions? LioConvoy
  30. Unicron Revived...
  31. Unicron's Ambition
  32. Fight, Cybertrons!
  33. The End of the Cybertrons...
  34. The Last Battle
  35. Graduation (larger part is a clip show of previous episodes)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The History of Transformers on TV". IGN. Retrieved 2010-08-14. 
  2. ^ "A brief history of the Transformers". Malaysia Star. Retrieved 2010-10-09.