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Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Wiki founding: May 28, 2005
Page count: 8,436
Last checked: June 3, 2017


Fanon Wiki: Transformers Fanon Wiki


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Action Icon - Search.png, Adventure Icon - Search.png, Mecha Icon - Search.png, Science Fiction Icon - Search.png
Tags:
Robots Icon - Search.png, Military Icon - Search.png, Space Icon - Search.png, Aliens Icon - Search.png, Racing Icon - Search.png, Cars Icon - Search.png
Media:
Anime, Manga, Film, Live Action, Game, Audio Drama, Guide Book

Transformers (トランスフォーマー, Toransufōmā) is a toy franchise and multimedia metaseries created by American toy company Hasbro and Japanese toy company Takara (now TakaraTomy). Over the years, the metaseries has received fiction in the form of animation, manga, comics, live-action cinema, video games and one radio drama to promote the various toylines. Out of all 24 animated works, 6 were produced entirely in North America, 4 were produced by North American staff with animation provided by Japanese studios and 14 were entirely Japanese produced. 7 from the latter have never received an official English dub.

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Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformers: Scramble City[edit | edit source]

An OVA from Toei that concluded second 2 of Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformers as The Transformers: The Movie (also animated by Toei) was not released until 1989 in Japan.

Transformers: The Headmasters[edit | edit source]

In North America, season 3 of the The Transformers was followed by season 4 which only consisted of a 3 part piloted animated by Korean studio AKOM. The corresponding Japanese version, Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformers 2010, instead received 35-episode sequel from Toei called Transformers: The Headmasters.

Transformers: Super-God Masterforce[edit | edit source]

A direct sequel to Transformers: The Headmasters. This series had a more human-focused Sentai-like story.

Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformers: Victory[edit | edit source]

A direct sequel to Transformers: Super-God Masterforce.

Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformers: Zone[edit | edit source]

A direct sequel to Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformers: Victory. Intended to be a full length television series, it only got one episode and was released as an OVA.

Beast Wars II: Super Lifeform Transformers[edit | edit source]

A spin-off of the Canadian animated series Beast Wars: Transformers (of which to first two seasons was edited in Japan into one series called Beast Wars: Super Lifeform Transformers.

Beast Wars II: Super Lifeform Transformers Movie—Lio Convoy in Imminent Danger![edit | edit source]

A 1998 movie that featuring Beast Convoy (the Japanese counterpart to Optimus Primal).

Beast Wars Neo: Super Lifeform Transformers[edit | edit source]

A sequel to Beast Wars II: Super Lifeform Transformers.

Transformers: Car Robots[edit | edit source]

Television series. Dubbed in English by Saban and edited into "Transformers: Robots in Disguise".

Transformers: Micron Legend[edit | edit source]

Transformers: Robot Masters[edit | edit source]

Transformers: Super Link[edit | edit source]

Transformers: Galaxy Force[edit | edit source]

Transformers: Go![edit | edit source]

Q Transformers: The Mystery of Convoy Comes Back[edit | edit source]

A parody series loosely based on Famicon the game Transformers: Mystery of Convoy originally made to accompany Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformers 2010. However, the characters featured in this new series have designs based on that of their live-action movie counterparts.

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