Transformers

Season 2 Episode 9

Atlantis, Arise!

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Aired Weekdays 8:00 PM Oct 03, 1985 on ABC Family
8.2
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Atlantis, Arise!
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The Decepticons stumble upon a magnificent find, the legendary Atlantis. They believe that Atlantean forces could prove invaluable to them finally winning the war. Once at the surface level, the battle-hungry Atlanteans strike and strike hard. The Autobots face tough times and Washington, D.C. is next. However, while enjoying the sights, the Decepticons had better keep their own guard up around their supposed Atlantean allies.moreless

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  • Despite other flesh creatures, this was a fantastic episode!

    8.5
    If someone had an idea about Megatron meeting Atlantis mermen, I'd say it sounds lame. But these producers sure proved me wrong!



    King Nergil had alot of credibility as a tough bad guy leader; I think his great intimidating voice had a lot to do with it.

    These circumstances made it really nice to see Starscream's paranoid suspicion pay off; almost placing him in the role of a good guy against the bad Atlantians.



    The Dinobots were great heroes, but I didn't like how they shattered the 'glass' shield.

    Kinda reducing the value since it was previously shown as an energy shield.



    Once you get past the mermen premise, the story is pretty good and the animation in this ep was just excellent!moreless
  • 2x1

    8.9
    A pretty good episode. Megatron's alliance with King Nergill was uneasy right from the start, so you knew where it was going. This episode, save for that "two Primes in one frame" bit, features some of Toei's most gorgeous animation for the original series. The Dinobots get in some solid action and Grimlock proves more than a physical match for Megatron. When battling on the Mall, Hound's line "Let's try not to destroy any history!" is worth a good chuckle. And one thing I always liked in this show was when Spike would teach Earth activities to the Autobots; usually sports, like snowball fights, basketball, or in this episode, American Football.moreless
Scatman Crothers

Scatman Crothers

Jazz

Victor Caroli

Victor Caroli

Narrator

Gregg Berger

Gregg Berger

Grimlock / Long Haul / Outback / Skyfire

Casey Kasem

Casey Kasem

Cliff Jumper / Telatran-1 / Bluestreak / Dr. Archeville

Christopher Collins

Christopher Collins

Starscream / Wheeljack / Defensor / Reflector / Sparkplug Witwicky

Corey Burton

Corey Burton

Spike Witwicky, Brawn, Shockwave, Sunstreaker, Wideload

Wally Burr

Wally Burr

voice of King Nergil

Recurring Role

Gregg Berger

Gregg Berger

voice of Subatlantican Captain

Recurring Role

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