We return to probably the worst written Transformers show ever made. Last week I covered episode 2. Today, we will see just how “evil” episode 3 of Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2015) is.
Well… was not expecting some of that. Before you ask what “that” am I referring to, there is one question that needs to be asked. How Evil Is Samurai Jack Season 5 episode 10?
So, last week I reviewed the first episode of this… thing. Now I’m here to see just how evil is the second episode of Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2015).
The anime world is filled with all kinds of characters. Some are always super positive, even though their lives haven’t been easy in any way, shape, or form. Some are naturally talented, and some are just perpetually grumpy. But what about split personalities? I don’t mean characters that have a whole other being inside them – Naruto, for example. No, this list will focus on those who, later in life, developed this other personality for whatever reason. Or those who were born with another personality.
Transformers – A series created to sell the Transformers toy line. Suffice it to say I grew up with Transformers. But I’m not about to review the Original Series, Armada, Prime, or even the terrible Bay-formers films. No, I’m here to see just how evil is the first episode of Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2015).
Episode 9 of Samurai Jack, Season 5, was… something. Of course, there is only one question that needs answering. How Evil Is It?
In the anime world you can find different types of relationships that are highlighted. There can be the best friends relationships, or the older/younger siblings. There can also be the sensei and student dynamic that can shine, or the senpai and kouhai. These types of relationships, and seeing how they affect and shape the story, can help someone decide if they want to even read or watch the series. I know I personally tend to focus on characters and how they interact with one another when I decide if I want to continue with the story.