Tuesday, October 23, 2018 • Afternoon Edition • "But first you're gonna blow me!"

'Transformers: Titans Return' Animated Series Will Have Voice Actors Return

Written by sdsichero on Tuesday, July 18 2017 and posted in News with Benefits

'Transformers: Titans Return' Animated Series Will Have Voice Actors Return

Might sound a bit like The Transformers: The Movie

Source: ‘Transformers: Prime Wars Trilogy’ Adds Peter Cullen as Optimus Prime in “Titans Return”

Late last Summer, the Transformers: Combiner Wars  animated series hit the internet. Combiner Wars just the first part of a trilogy of series called the Prime Wars Trilogy. Like the comics and toys, the next phase of that trilogy is titled Transformers: Titans Return (with Transformers: Power of the Primes  completing up the trilogy), and will start up in November again via the go90 website.

There will be a little change to the cast this time around which may make long time Transformers fans nostalgic for The Transformers: The Movie (before Bay). Replacing Jon Bailey as the voice of Optimus Prime in Combiner Wars is the iconic voice of Optimus in so many other shows including the original cartoon, Peter Cullen. Also replacing Ben Pronsky as Rodimus Prime is Judd Nelson, who voiced Hot Rod/Rodimus Prime when he debuted in the 1986 movie.

Other new voices being added to Titans Return are Michael Dorn (Worf from Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) as Fortress Maximus, Wil Wheaton (Wesley Crusher from Star Trek: The Next Generation) as Perceptor, Nolan North (Nathan Drake from the Uncharted series of games) as Metroplex, and Jason David Frank (Green Ranger from the Power Rangers) as Emissary. They are joining the actors returning from Combiner Wars including Abby Trott as Windblade, Jason Marnocha as Megatron, and Frank Todaro as Starscream.

Here is how Collider describes the upcoming series:

Picking up right where the destruction of the “Combiner Wars” left off, “Titans Return” takes the action of the Prime Wars Trilogy to new ‘heights,’ and features return appearances from many fan-favorite Transformers characters while introducing new Autobots and Decepticons. In the series, enormous Transformers called Titans are awakened and these massive characters bring massive problems. Trypticon, a gigantic lizard-like Transformer, rises to wreak havoc on Cybertron, while Windblade and a rag-tag team of Transformers must resurrect an ancient ally. Not all Transformers will survive, as beloved heroes are changed forever while others’ sparks are blown to oblivion.



Titans Return will run for 10 episodes at around 11 minutes each.


Help spread the word, loyal readers! Share this story on social media:

Comment without an Outhouse Account using Facebook

We get it. You don't feel like signing up for an Outhouse account, even though it's FREE and EASY! That's okay. You can comment with your Facebook account below and we'll take care of adding it to the stream above. But you really should consider getting a full Outhouse account, which will allow you to quote posts, choose an avatar and sig, and comment on our forums too. If that sounds good to you, sign up for an Outhouse account by clicking here.

Note: while you are welcome to speak your mind freely on any topic, we do ask that you keep discussion civil between each other. Nasty personal attacks against other commenters is strongly discouraged. Thanks!
Help spread the word, loyal readers! Share this story on social media:

About the Author - sdsichero

Sdsichero is Asian and he likes anime. He should write more articles.






More articles from sdsichero
The Outhouse is not responsible for any butthurt incurred by reading this website. All original content copyright the author. Banner by Ali Jaffery - he's available for commission!