On the 9th, before the summer release of the latest live-action movie “Transformers / Beast Awakening,” Takara Tomy released a selection broadcast version of the CG robot animation “Beast Wars Super Lifeform Transformers Again” broadcasted on TV in 1997-98. It was announced that it would be posted on 6 TV Tokyo affiliated stations from 9:15 am on April 2nd. The anime, which was broadcast 25 years before
It was a story about Transformers, who have transformed from vehicles and things around them into robots. For the first time, they changed from animals, insects, and dinosaurs into robots and acted actively as a beast warrior.
The dubbing with a comedy touch, in which the splendid voice actors such as Takehito Koyasu and Kappei Yamaguchi performed well with full of ad-libs, attracted attention and became a big hit. In this selection broadcast version, Yamaguchi’s narration is newly recorded and used for the opening and ending.
In the latest movie, it is revealed that Beast Warriors will participate in the movie series for the first time, and it will be possible to review Beast Wars before the movie is released.
After the broadcast, “TVer” and Takara Tomy’s official YouTube channels, “Takara Tomy Channel” and “Takara Tomy Hobby Channel,” will be available.
“Beast Wars Transformers Again”
A selection broadcast version of “Beast Wars Super Life Form Transformers” published in 1997-98. 26 episodes in total. “Energon” is the primary power source of Transformers. “Cybertron (Justice)” chasing after “Destron (Evil),” who stole the disc that recorded the source of the disaster and crash-landed on a mysterious planet after a fierce battle.
There was a planet filled with the power of Energon called Planet Energoa—transformers who scanned Energore creatures and acquired beast modes adapted to their environment. The “Beast Wars” of Destron vs. Cybertron is about to begin.
Kappei Yamaguchi’s narration is recorded and newly used for the opening and ending.
Convoy: Takehito Koyasu, Cheetah: Wataru Takagi, Rattle: Kappei Yamaguchi, Rhinox: Daiki Nakamura, Dinobot: Keiji Fujiwara, Megatron: Shigeru Chiba, Tarance: Cho, Terra Saurer: Nobuo Tobita, Wassuper: Kensuke Kato, Skorpos: Masaru Endo, Navi child: Ryoka Yuzuki