Beast Wars - The Web  » TV  »
3.5
1 votes
Are you familiar with this?
Feel free to rate it!
  • Tarantulas definitely shines in this episode and he is certainly one of the most unique characters on the show
  • The glimpse is not a long one, but it is interesting nonetheless to see how Cybertron looks in the Beast Wars series and CGI

    • by GenesisOne
      TRUSTWORTHY

      all reviews
      Beast Wars - The Web is the third episode of the series and one that delivers character development to Tarantulas, Cheetor and Rattrap. The deranged and sinister nature of Tarantulas begins to shine for the first time in this episode, and the writers do a superb job of projecting just how terrifying the character is while still managing to give his humor a dark twist to it.

      Tarantulas definitely shines in this episode and


      he is certainly one of the most unique characters on the show.

      The viewer is also shown for the first time Tarantulas’ more independent nature and dislike for Megatron as he prefers to reside in lairs rather than the Predicon base.

      As for Cheetor, the viewer is also given some additional insight into the character’s young, adventurous and yes, impulsive and rash behavior.

      Through Cheetor’s perspective, the viewer is also treated to his or ...


      • her first glimpse of Cybertron, in full 3-D CGI.

        The glimpse is not a long one, but it is interesting nonetheless to see how Cybertron looks in the Beast Wars series and CGI.

        Rattrap does not receive as much attention or development as Tarantulas or Cheetor, but he is nonetheless shown to be a character that is willing to put himself on the line for a friend, even though he will let that friend

        hear about it after the rescue! The plot of this episode is more of a vehicle for the characters and designed to give the characters a chance to shine as the event that transpires in this episode has no affect on the following episodes at all.

        Overall, I liked this episode and I feel that it is one of the show’s more interesting ones due to the time dedicated to fleshing out both Tarantulas and Cheetor.




    • Don't Be Nice. Be Helpful.

    The review was published as it's written by reviewer in September, 2009. The reviewer certified that no compensation was received from the reviewed item producer, trademark owner or any other institution, related with the item reviewed. The site is not responsible for the mistakes made. 101509836620630/k2311a0915/9.15.09
    Your use of this website constitutes acceptance of the Terms & Conditions
    Privacy Policy