Who is Magmatron?
Magmatron is a Predacon, a Dinobot, and a Fuzor (and possibly a Maximal) in the Beast Wars and Beast Machines portions of the Generation One continuity family. Part robot, part 3 different prehistoric animals, and he can dance.
What happened after Beast Wars?
Beast Machines: Transformers is a 26-episode cartoon that aired in the US from 1999 to 2000, in support of the toyline of the same name. It is a direct follow-up to Beast Wars, set in the same G1 continuity and featuring many of the same characters.
Who is tusks gleam in the night?
From Transformers Wiki Whose tusks gleam in the night? Razorbeast is a stubborn infantry fighter with great strength and tenacity befitting a warthog. He will keep struggling and fighting ferociously against all odds no matter how hopeless the situation.
Who is Star Saber?
Star Saber is an Autobot Brainmaster from the Victory portion of the Generation 1 continuity family. In either robot or jet mode, Saber connects to the mobile battle platform named the V-Star with a cry of “Battle Up!” to become Star Saber.
Who are the Blentrons in Beast Wars Neo?
In time, a third faction known as the Blentrons intervene, threatening Maximal and Predacon alike to seize the Angolmois Capsules for themselves. It is revealed the Blentrons serve Unicron, who appears as an energy being based on the image of Galvatron to conquer Cybertron.
Are there any IDW characters in Beast Wars?
Appearances within the Beast Wars Sourcebook are not counted as appearances within IDW fiction for purposes of this table, as the Beast Wars Sourcebook was an attempt to include all characters from all Beast Wars fiction. Headings in this table are abbreviated to make the list more manageable.
When did Super Lifeform Transformers Beast Wars Neo come out?
Beast Wars Neo: Super Lifeform Transformers (ビーストウォーズネオ 超生命体トランスフォーマー Beast Wars Neo: Chō Seimeitai Transformer) was a television series that aired in Japan from February 3, 1999, to September 29, 1999, in support of the toyline of the same name. It directly follows Beast Wars II.
What kind of animation does Beast Wars use?
Beast Wars (top-left), made in the early days of computer animation, did not use many complex shapes or textures. Beast Wars II and Neo (top-right) used a typical anime style. The Japan-only Game Boy game (bottom-left) used a super deformed style, making characters appear childlike.