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  • This episode is amazingly powerful and sends a powerful message to, admittedly a relatively young audience, although the show can really be appreciated and enjoyed by any and all ages

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      Beast Wars - Code of Hero is, quite easily, my favorite episode of the series and one of my favorite episodes of any show period. This episode is amazingly powerful and sends a powerful message to, admittedly a relatively young audience, although the show can really be appreciated and enjoyed by any and all ages.

      This episode sends a couple messages, one of which is, in war, not everyone comes home, and two, sometimes, ideals mean more than one’s own life.

      This episode follows up on a couple of previously


      established plot points.

      This episode is a direct follow-up to Maximal, No More, where Dinobot betrayed the Maximals and returned to Megatron one of the Golden Disks.

      This episode also follows up on one of Megatron’s prime goals and one of the reasons he came to prehistoric Earth: kill off the human race before they can develop and in the future, help the Autobots defeat the Decepticons.

      This episode features some incredible dialogue, one scene in which Rattrap confronts Dinobot about his betrayal and another between Megatron and Dinobot when ...


      • Megatron is on the verge of crushing the early humans.

        Optimus’ speech at the end, too, is very emotional and powerful.

        Dinobot’s struggle to defeat each and every one Predicon in order to protect the early humans and correct his wrongs and mistakes.

        As the Maximals rush to the site of the battle, the show’s best, most dramatic and creatively, and perfectly executed in every way battle plays out.

        Everything comes together to work so well, including the fire and the eerie glow it casts on the battlefield, the way

        in which Dinobot takes on and disposes of the Predicons, the pain and struggle Dinobot endures as he takes more and more damage, the final confrontation between Megatron and Dinobot and Dinobot’s ingenious means of stopping Megatron.

        The final scene with Dinobot and Rattrap as well as the funeral is incredibly touching.

        No matter how many times I see this episode, I am always amazed by just how well it all works.

        The writers, the animators, the voice actors, those responsible for the music and execution of the episode all did a simply incredible job!




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