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Thread: New Rescue Bots cartoon & RID replacement called Cyberverse

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    The first confirmed airing dates for the new Cyberverse cartoon come from the Netherlands in Europe, with the first nine episodes listed for a September start over there (September 2nd, on each Saturday and Sunday after that).

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    An announcement from some of the writers for the new Rescue Bots Academy cartoon (Double Z), claims that there will be 104 episodes, but only 11 minutes each, which will be the equivalent of 52 regular episodes.

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    The new Rescue Bots cartoon has an advance screening in America this weekend (today), and a 30 second preview clip was posted on facebook.
    There looks to be some carry over characters from the old Rescue Bots series, but they might just end up being cameos like Optimus and Bumblebee in the old series.

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    After the advance screening in America last weekend, it was announced that the cartoon will start screening from January 5th on American TV.


    School is in session in the world of TRANSFORMERS: RESCUE BOTS ACADEMY and instructors Heatwave the Fire-Bot, Chase the Police-Bot, Blades the Copter-Bot, and Boulder the Construction-Bot are ready to train a new batch of recruits. Just arriving on Earth from their home world of Cybertron, young Hot Shot, Hoist, Whirl, Wedge and Medix have the honor of being the first class in history to enroll in the Rescue Bots Academy, a highly advanced training facility located at a top-secret base. With encouragement from Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, and Grimlock, the new recruits learn the power of team building through exciting simulated and real-life rescue missions that highlight the importance of heroism, teamwork, and most importantly, friendship.

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    No source was credited, but TFW are saying that the second season of Cyberverse won't be on TV/Youtube until the fourth quarter of this (probably the same months as the first season), and the Rescue Bots Academy cartoon that has already started screening in America, won't be released into other countries until the middle of this year.

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    We still haven't had the new Rescue Bots cartoon in Australia yet, but it sounds like the entire first season of 26 episodes has come and gone in America, to the point of it having a repeat screening over there in September.... at the same time as the second season beginning over there.

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    A promo on youtube for the second season of Cyberverse, which starts in America this week...



    Don't forget that it is now showing in Australia, on both Foxtel and free-to-air.

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    Quote Originally Posted by griffin View Post
    We still haven't had the new Rescue Bots cartoon in Australia yet, but it sounds like the entire first season of 26 episodes has come and gone in America, to the point of it having a repeat screening over there in September.... at the same time as the second season beginning over there.
    Yes. I... obtained the first season a few months ago for my son. More kiddy than the previous show but more.. loud and fast paced.
    Dovie'andi se tovya sagain

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    Apparently the Japanese dubbing of the Cyberverse cartoon, has used the Voice Actor from the original Japanese dubbing of Beast Wars Cheetor (called Cheetus in Japan), to voice the character of Cheetor (probably also called Cheetus in Cyberverse).

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