Sit down, hold on and hush up, because in the battle for Earth, you're either gonna lead, follow, or get out of the way! " "You're goin' down, down, down, down." "Transform!
As the goal of any advertising is to influence the viewer into buying the advertised product, Transformers commercials have naturally played a large part in the perception of the Transformers brand.
The narration of Victor Caroli, along with the animation, enabled Generation 1 commercials to create the idea of a Transformers world with many stories to be told.
[Weight:] Male: "Fifteen tons." Female:"All muscle." [A.
I.:] "Artificial intelligence." "It's real." [Engine:] "One hundred thousand horse power." "Real dominance." [Fuel:] "The Matrix powers." "High octane." [Speed:] "From zero to action." "In a flash." [Mission:] "To save Earth." "No surrender." Notes: Armada's first three episodes were combined into a mini-movie for its premiere on Toonami.
He finally catches another piece of molding as Megatron (in his Optimal Optimus body) strafes him.
As he tries to explain that he's not King Kong, the scene reverses itself and he finds himself stuck in some sort of time loop.
Notes: This ad doesn't mention anything about the series finale from which the animation is taken.
In fact, this seems to be just a regular old promo for the show. II: When Legends Fall, anyone eagle-eyed enough to spot Optimal Optimus' jetmode would've caught a hefty spoiler.
Despite the existence of comics, cartoons, and other media intended to advertise Transformers toys, Hasbro has routinely commissioned standard television commercials to promote their current toy lines.
These commercials typically use a combination of animation and live-action film featuring the characters/toys in question.
Some footage from the Animorphs TV series is seen, and an instrumental version of the series' theme plays underneath. " digital voice (as with the concurrent Beast Wars ads, apparently taken from older Generation 1 ads) plays at the end.