Transformers Energon

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  • TV-Y7
  • 2003
  • 1 Season
  • 5.8  (893)

Transformers Energon is a Japanese animated series that aired on TV Tokyo in 2004. The series is centered around the conflict between the Autobots and Decepticons, the two robotic factions of planet Cybertron. The Autobots are the defenders of peace, while the Decepticons are the ruthless conquerors.

The show follows a group of Autobots who are searching for Energon, a powerful energy source that is vital to the survival of both their planet and themselves. However, their quest is complicated by the fact that the Decepticons are also searching for Energon, and they will stop at nothing to get their hands on it.

The main character of the series is Kicker, a young human who has the ability to detect Energon. He joins forces with the Autobots to help them find Energon and defeat the Decepticons. Along the way, Kicker learns about the different Autobots and their unique abilities, as well as the history of their planet and its ongoing battle.

Yukie Maeda voices Arcee, a skilled fighter who is fiercely loyal to the Autobot cause. Nobuyuki Hiyama plays Hot Shot, a brave and skilled warrior who is often at the forefront of battles. Kenta Miyake voices Ironhide, a tough and rugged Autobot who is always ready for a fight. Isshin Chiba plays Inferno, a fireman Autobot who is always ready to put out fires and protect his teammates.

Katsuyuki Konishi voices Jetfire, a skilled warrior who can transform into a jet. Yasunori Masutani plays Scavenger, a scavenger Autobot who is always looking for spare parts to fix his teammates. Mitsuo Iwata plays Rodimus, a young and inexperienced Autobot who is still learning the ropes. Nicole Oliver voices Miranda, a human researcher who helps the Autobots with their quest for Energon.

The Decepticons are led by Megatron, voiced by David Kaye, who is determined to get his hands on as much Energon as possible. Terry Klassen voices Starscream, Megatron's second-in-command and a skilled fighter in his own right. Tabitha St. Germain plays Alpha Q, a mysterious entity who has the power to control Energon.

Mark Acheson voices Scorponok, a ruthless Decepticon warrior who is always ready for a fight. Alvin Sanders voices Demolisher, a powerful Decepticon who can transform into a tank. Scott McNeil plays Sideways, a devious Decepticon who is always secretly working to further his own agenda. Brian Drummond voices Thrust, a Decepticon who is always up for a challenge.

Sharon Alexander voices Optimus Prime, the leader of the Autobots and a skilled fighter in his own right. Gary Chalk plays Omega Supreme, a powerful Autobot who can transform into a space station. Colin Murdock voices Tidal Wave, a Decepticon who can transform into a battleship. Brad Swaile plays Rad, Kicker's friend and fellow human. Kirby Morrow voices Carlos, another human friend of Kicker's. Matt Hill plays Misha, a Russian scientist who helps the Autobots with their quest for Energon. Michael Daingerfield voices Snowcat, a Decepticon warrior who can transform into a snowmobile. Paul Dobson voices Sixshot, a Decepticon warrior who can transform into six different forms. Trevor Devall voices Strongarm, a Decepticon warrior who can transform into a tank. Ward Perry voices Roadblock, a Decepticon warrior who can transform into a bulldozer.

Transformers Energon is an action-packed series that is sure to entertain fans of the Transformers franchise. With its dynamic characters, exciting battles, and intricate plot, it is a must-watch for anyone who loves robots and adventure.

Transformers Energon is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (52 episodes). The series first aired on January 31, 2003.

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The Sun
52. The Sun
June 1, 2005
Kicker send Optimus the sun as in the form of energon to help destroy Galavtron.
51. Spark
May 31, 2005
Galvatron has grown to enormous portions with the power of Unicron growing in him and is headed in to deep space. Shadowing him is a host of Autobots, included Optimus Prime. No one can quite figure out his destination and Optimus sees this as his final opportunity to take down Galvatron once and for all.
Destructive Power
50. Destructive Power
May 27, 2005
A band of super energon causes Galvatron to grow bigger and more powerful than ever, while the Autobots formulate a plan to bring him back down to size.
Galvatron Terror
49. Galvatron Terror
May 26, 2005
With Optimus Prime's power at its peak, Galvatron plans to use the super energon pool to fight him. However, Six Shot has other ideas...
48. Formidable
May 25, 2005
The Autobots try to break into the control room to stop Cybertron getting through the Warp Gate, while Optimus looks for Unicron...
Ironhide Team
47. Ironhide Team
May 24, 2005
The Autobots are in disarray trying to avoid detection from Galvatron, while Ironhide faces a showdown with Scorponok.
Deception Army
46. Deception Army
May 23, 2005
Kicker searches for his family below Cybertron, while Galvatron and a damaged Optimus square off on the planet's surface.
The Omega Train
45. The Omega Train
May 1, 2005
The Autobots split up and with the help of other autobot rebels they attempt to find and free Kickers family and Cybertron. Megatron gets Cybertron through the space bridge. Alpha Q seems to think that Galvatron has "lost his marbles" and Ironhide has an "inflated ego".
44. Distribution
May 19, 2005
The Autobots battle, but this time in cyberspace, a virtual training program. While Alpha Q watches from the sidelines, Six Shot hacks into the program and enables the Decepticons to play in the game.
Break Through
43. Break Through
May 18, 2005
Optimus Prime and the other Autobots try to breakthrough the energon grid and then later have to go under ground
42. Galvatron!
January 21, 2005
Galvatron has Sixshot start moving Cybertron towards the planet where Alpha Q's "soul" is. The Miranda II gets hit and crashes into Cybertron.
41. Wishes
January 20, 2005
Using Unicron, Megatron has discovered a powerful source of energy: Super Energon. By immersing himself in the liquid, he is transformed into Galvatron, with a new purple armor which makes him impervious to all forms of firepower. However, he awakens the guardians of the energon, who chose to join him- Constructicon and Bruticus Maximus. However, the third guardian- Superion Maximus, escapes, so he sends his new minions after him.
40. Ambition
January 19, 2005
The Decepticons, Megatron, Starscream, and Scorponok attacks Cybertron. Optimus Prime and the other Autobots, aboard the Miranda II, travelled to Cybertron to save the planet.
Unicron Perishes
39. Unicron Perishes
November 25, 2004
on dies but Megatron survives with unicron's mind living inside him.
Optimus Supreme
38. Optimus Supreme
November 25, 2004
The Ice planet was destroyed by Unicron. All autobots can't save it and almost all of them got wounded from Unicron's attack.
The Power
37. The Power
November 11, 2004
The Autobots find a weak spot in Unicron's armor. Meanwhile, some very interesting transformations are taking place on the Decepticon team...
A Heroic Battle
36. A Heroic Battle
November 10, 2004
Unicron is complete! Now Optimus Prime must use his Spark of Combination to Powerlink with Omega Supreme - be will it be enough to stop the Chaos Bringer?
Omega Supreme
35. Omega Supreme
November 9, 2004
The sleeping giant is awake and ready to help, just when the Autobots need it the most...
Crash Course
34. Crash Course
November 8, 2004
The Autobots have spare time so Rodimus authorizes a race for the Autobots.
Scorponok's Scars
33. Scorponok's Scars
August 20, 2004
It is revealed that the spark within Scorponok is not actually that of the grand chamberlain of Planet Q - his spark was completely extinguished in his last act of sacrifice. Alpha Q instead used the wandering Spark of a Decepticon to recreate Scorponok, programming to act and think the way the real Scorponok did.
Farewell Inferno
32. Farewell Inferno
November 5, 2004
Inferno uses his decepticon "half" to bait Megatron. In the end, Inferno sacrifices himself in the sun to defeat the decepticons.
31. Bulkhead
November 4, 2004
The Autobots go to put up an Energon tower on Jungle planet but Megatron isn't going to let that happen without a fight.
Jungle Planet
30. Jungle Planet
November 3, 2004
Team Bulkhead searches for the Autobots, while Kicker and Ironhide search for Inferno on the Jungle Planet. Inferno, who was previously affected by the Decepticons into embracing the dark side, is saved by Kicker after learning of a Decepticon attack, whom tracked Inferno's decepticon mark right to the planet.
Imprisoned Inferno
29. Imprisoned Inferno
November 2, 2004
Inferno gets into a Decepticon trap while guarding Shockblast.
28. Protection
November 1, 2004
On the other side of the rip, the Autobots must now defend a whole new set of planets, and Wing Saber finally gets the chance to re-capture his prisoner.
Team Optimus Prime
27. Team Optimus Prime
September 4, 2004
Recap episode. Megatron escapes into a black hole and Optimus Prime decides to give chase, even though he doesn't know what he will find on the other side. Kicker joins his Autobot friends on their mission and pilots the Miranda II into the black hole. Meanwhile back on earth, Dr. Jones monitors the situation and ignores the government agents who want to speak with him about his involvement with earth's energon reserves.
Ripped Up Space
26. Ripped Up Space
September 4, 2004
In an attempt to regain control of Unicron, Megatron accidentally causes an explosion that rips a hole right through the very fabric of the Universe!
Open Fire!
25. Open Fire!
September 4, 2004
Megatron and Optimus Prime are set to face off in a final showdown - until Shockblast interferes.
Unicron Unleashed
24. Unicron Unleashed
September 4, 2004
The battle continues on Cybertron as Optimus Prime and Rodimus once again act as one team. The Decepticons are able to cause more tears in the Energon grid, allowing Megatron to swoop down with the Terrorcons, bent on stealing the Energon from the core. Optimus Prime realizes that they must leave Cybertron and fight from Unicron's head.
Each One Fights...
23. Each One Fights...
September 4, 2004
Megatron is plotting to feed Cybertron to Unicron! The Decepticon army is battered and Shockblast forms an elite unit of those few who are intact. Optimus Prime and Rodimus team up and head off to defend Cybertron, leaving Kicker to deal with the injured Alpha Q.
Survival Instincts
22. Survival Instincts
September 4, 2004
Several Decepticon spaceships manage to escape Cybertron and arrive at Unicron's body where Megatron surveys his forces. Over in Unicron's head, Optimus Prime meets with Alpha Q. Suddenly, both Unicron parts come alive! Decepticons are attacked and destroyed in great numbers and Megatron is trapped while Unicron's head goes out of control.
Laser Wave (Shockblast): Rampage
21. Laser Wave (Shockblast): Rampage
July 3, 2004
As the Autobots scramble to defeat the Decepticons, the sadistic Shockblast is released from captivity on Cybertron!
Alpha Q: Identity
20. Alpha Q: Identity
July 3, 2004
Kicker confronts Alpha Q deep within Unicron mangning to get the Quintesson to expose his secrets and origins.
Battle Stations
19. Battle Stations
July 3, 2004
Unicron's body is rapidly reviving, much to Megatron's delight. Optimus Prime pilots the Miranda II into Unicron's body in an attempt to destroy it from the inside, but Unicron attempts to crush the Autobots and their ship!
A Tale Of Two Heroes
18. A Tale Of Two Heroes
July 3, 2004
Escalating tensions reach their boiling point as Optimus Prime and Rodimus clash over difference of their ideals over the menace of Unicron!
The Return Of Demolisher
17. The Return Of Demolisher
July 3, 2004
The Autobots dock their ship near a mysterious blizzard planet, which Kicker senses Energon on. But the Autobots face a new threat: for Demolishor is revived in a new body, with the ability to transform into a construction vehicle by Megatron. However, Tidal Wave interrupts, with Snow Cat reporting the Autobots' location. On the blizzard planet, the Miranda II is stuck between glaciers, unable to escape, so two groups are deployed: one to get the energon, the other to free the ship.
Go For Unicron
16. Go For Unicron
July 3, 2004
Carlos reports the locators on the two Terrorcons have concluded that the enemy has two bases (Megatron and Alpha Q), while Megatron's plan doesn't succeed as Team Rodimus comes to rescue Scorponok, making quick work of the Decepticons. After the report, Dr. Jones is unveiling a new starship to increase energon production, named the Miranda II. Optimus reveals their mission is twofold: they are also going to destroy Unicron, and they prepare to set up a space bridge.
Rodimus: Friend Or Foe
15. Rodimus: Friend Or Foe
July 2, 2004
While Snow Cat tests his Hyper Power against the Energon Grid, Megatron decides to go after Alpha Q instead of Earth after finding a Terrorcon spy. On Earth, the Autobots celebrate the Energon Grid, but Optimus calls a conference, telling him the Autobots will have to move their battle into space to defeat Unicron and the Decepticons. Outside, Hot Shot races out on a space bridge after receiving a secret message from Rodimus. He arrives on Mars, but runs into Scorponok and his Terrorcons attempting to collect Energon. Rodimus appears, and tells Hot Shot to not fire on the Alpha Q-allied bot, who escapes. Hot Shot questions Rodimus's actions, and is shocked that Rodimus says Unicron must be revived.
Energon Grid
14. Energon Grid
July 1, 2004
Megatron has taken yet another plan, to create three meteors from Unicron and propel them at Earth before the energon grid has been completed, which he feels will "strike fear in Optimus Prime." On Mars City, Carlos notifies Optimus, but Dr. Jones notices Desert City's Energon tower has a fault, rendering the Energon Grid useless. Kicker and the Autobots attempt to find the fault, which is a group of Blackout drones. Meanwhile, the comets enter Earth's atmosphere, but one is destroyed by Rodimus, aided by more mysterious Blackout drones.
Kicker Beware
13. Kicker Beware
June 30, 2004
Megatron forces Demolishor to divulge the Autobots' secret of finding energon: Kicker. Scorponok interrupts with news that a Battle Ravage drone was captured by the Autobots and transferred to Lunar City, and no doubt are searching for energon. On the Moon, Kicker pretends to search for energon, but really knows there is none, but there is something alive on the barren world. On their journey, Kicker runs into Demolishor, under orders to kidnap Kicker with a group of Terrorcons. Optimus attempts a rescue, but is ambushed by the other Decepticons, while Rodimus and his team debate over interfering. Kicker refuses help from Ironhide and decides to go under capture, hoping to spy and find information on Alpha Q, who does contact him through a Terrorcon while simultaneously using Scorponok to destroy both factions, although Scorponok's attempts are unsuccessful. However, the tide soon changes as Lunar City, along with a large group of Omnicons, is revealed to be intact, enabling an energon grid which defeats the Decepticons and Terrorcons.
Crisis In Jungle City
12. Crisis In Jungle City
June 29, 2004
Kicker and Misha arrive in Jungle City, where helicopters come to complete the energon tower. But Alpha Q is not ready to let Earth go without a fight, and sends a group of stealth Terrorcons, named Command Ravage and Blackout. Unfortunately for him, both Kicker and Tidal Wave notice the Terrorcons, who are tunneling to avoid the base's defenses. In response, the Decepticons arrive via space bridge, and the energon mine and human allies are evacuated, but not before Misha requests that the pyramids near the city be protected.
The Legend Of Rodimus
11. The Legend Of Rodimus
April 9, 2004
Alpha Q prepares to bring Unicron to life, while yet another Energon Tower is secured into place. Below the city, Kicker searches for more energon with Ironhide, but has trouble because of a similar experience during his childhood which was caused on an energon expedition with his father. Kicker felt his father was more concerned with finding energon than his safety, and he'll never forgive him for it. Ironhide tells Kicker that he should respect his father and to punctuate his point, he tells Kicker about a legendary transformer named Rodimus, who was an inspirational leader that rallied a group of Autobots to escape the war and create a new world. He then leaves Kicker to fend for himself and confront his fears.
Energon Tower
10. Energon Tower
April 9, 2004
Megatron gets a better sword that does much more damage than the one the Autobots have. The remains of Unicron are finally shown and then the Decepticons attack ocean city only to discover that the Autobots have an energon tower which activates during the battle. The energon tower destroys all the Terrorcons and causes pain for the Decepticons. Megatron pulls out.
Battle Of The Asteroid Belt
9. Battle Of The Asteroid Belt
April 9, 2004
In the partially destroyed control room of Luna City, Carlos tracks an unknown Transformer's path to Asteroid City. Megatron, Scorponok & Alpha Q know that Optimus Prime will follow Starscream to the Asteroid Belt. Scorponok sees this as an opportunity to destroy the Autobots, but Megatron exerts his power and heads off to Luna City in search of more Energon to take to Unicron.
Starscream The Mysterious Mercenary
8. Starscream The Mysterious Mercenary
April 9, 2004
A mysterious phantom assassin stalks Optimus Prime. Can Kicker and the Autobots protect Optimus and unmask the assassin before it is too late?
Megatron Raid
7. Megatron Raid
March 13, 2004
After seeing what Megatron did to Hot Shot the Autobots end up in a stand off with the Decepticons. Megatron taunts Optimus Prime with his powerful sword but allows the Autobots to withdraw without a skirmish. Back at Ocean City, Hot Shot is lowered into an Energon pool for repairs while the Omnicons begin making duplicates of Megatron's sword. A space bridge is detected near the city and the Autobots fly into action.
Megatron Resurrected
6. Megatron Resurrected
March 6, 2004
At various Cyber Cites the Transformers have set up defensive traps to stop the Terrorcons from stealing Energon. It appears the Autobots have won as their enemies retreat, but as they head back to regroup, Cyclonus, Tidal Wave and Scorponok begin to bicker around Megatron who still lies in his coma. Suddenly, he begins to come to life. Scorponok is outraged at this and whines to Megatron about him stealing all the Energon for himself.
The New Cybertron City
5. The New Cybertron City
February 28, 2004
Kicker has a dream about Energon in the Alps, so Optimus sends Ironhide, Hot Shot, Strongarm and Demolishor to go with Kicker to find the spot from his dream. Kicker gets separated from the others and falls in a ravine. The Terrorcons arrive, and blocks the Autobots escape route. Optimus demands that Dr. Jones set up a Space City Bridge to rescue them. Jetfire blames Demolishor for the arrival of Sorponok but Ironhide defends him.
Megatron's Sword
4. Megatron's Sword
February 21, 2004
When Scorponok is ordered to attack Earth, the Autobots are soon overcome both by the Terrorcons and the power of Scorponok's Star Saber. The Autobots look to the Omnicons to give them the advantage in this dangerous time.
3. Scorponok
February 14, 2004
Scorponok captures Tidal Wave and made him to follow his orders so that they can revive Megatron with energon. While Kicker and Ironhide stay behind (supposelly) while the rest of the team help Desert City...
Energon Stars
2. Energon Stars
February 7, 2004
After analyzing the Terrorcon threat, the Autobots decide to send away all the civilians living in the energon mining bases. Ironhide is given the job of "babysitting" Kicker, neither one is happy about it. The alarm goes off for an attack on Lunar City, Kicker and Jetfire go ahead and the others soon follow after being given energon stars by the Omnicons. When they get there, Ironhide heads off to check the mine and touches some energon by mistake which knocks him out. The others rescue him and they head back to Ocean City. The episode ends with Alpha-Q saying Optimus Prime will meet his match when Scorponok awakens.
Cybertron City
1. Cybertron City
January 31, 2003
Ten years have passed since the Armada battles. The Autobots and Decepticons work side by side with humans to harvest Energon. But trouble is brewing with recent attacks by a group of transformers known as Terrorcons. Can the Autobots meet the threat?
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  • Premiere Date
    January 31, 2003
  • IMDB Rating
    5.8  (893)