A thick and multi-dimensional plot makes this one of the best episodes on Transformers, period. Dr. Arkeville, a human voluntarily working with Megatron to enslave humanity so that he can rule Earth, was well voiced by Casey Kasem. It’s nice to see the Decepticons trying to use humans to their advantage instead of wasting our potential (I’m sure we would make very effective hypno-slaves…lol). Creating the conflict between father and son was interesting and kind of a dark theme for a children’s show. The Cybertron element of the episode definitely looked cheesy and defied several fundamental physical laws, but hey, it was a cool idea and of course an important plot element in future episodes. The animation really could have been a lot better, but the writing was very good so it can be forgiven.
This episode has a good plot, the Decepticons lures the Autobots far away from their headquarter, bringing Soundwave a chance to kidnap Sparksplug and test an "Hip`no-chip", and later build up an army of human pupets without brain. The main plan of Megatron is build up the biggest "Spacebridge" for take Cibertron to the Earth orbit and generates a lot of energy. Even Megatron is able to convince Optimus Prime to activate it, talking him a lie: if he don´t activates it, all the people of Cibertron will die. It´s a bit sadly that Sparksplug must to face off his own son, but he is controled by the evil Decepticons.
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