Beast Wars - The Spark
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  • The Predicons, however, have their sights set on the stasis pod as well, and while Rhinox works to save the Maximal that is in the pod, brief battles occur between some of the Maximals and Predicons

    • by GenesisOne
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      Beast Wars - The Spark is an episode that introduces a new character to the series. It is the third character to be introduced, and sadly, one that never really received a whole lot of attention before disappearing along with another of the recently introduced characters in the season two two part episode, “Other Visits”.

      Nonetheless, the character of Airazor is one that I felt was a welcomed addition to the series.

      In this episode, Rhinox arrives at a fallen stasis


      pod and must take steps to save it as the pod was damaged during its attempt to land.

      The Predicons, however, have their sights set on the stasis pod as well, and while Rhinox works to save the Maximal that is in the pod, brief battles occur between some of the Maximals and Predicons.

      This episode, by the end, establishes a closeness between Airazor and Rhinox that will remain and be revisited from time to time, although personally, it is a ...


      • closeness that I feel was never really tapped into or explored in a satisfying manner - in part due to Airazor being captured by the aliens known as the Vok not really all that long after her introduction.

        Blackarachnia is a given a chance to shine in this episode as she is the primary Predicon that manages to outwit and outmaneuver the Maximals as she works her way to the stasis pod.

        Tigertron in this episode seems to become more of

        a copy of Cheetor in the way he behaves, but thankfully, this will be corrected later in the season.

        All in all, this is a relatively unique episode involving a stasis pod as it involves one that actually is damaged and does not land fully functional.

        It succeeds in introducing a new character in a flattering way and provides some action here and there.

        An enjoyable episode to be sure even if what could have been developed in later episodes never really surfaced.




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