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'Transformers: Cyberverse Chapter One' Animated Series Synopsis Reveals Bumblebee's Memory Loss

Written by sdsichero on Wednesday, December 27 2017 and posted in News with Benefits

'Transformers: Cyberverse Chapter One' Animated Series Synopsis Reveals Bumblebee's Memory Loss

Tragic accident or is he trying to forget the movies on purpose?

Source: Hasbro Studios Sales Guide

The next Transformers movie will star  Bumblebee, and by what we are sure is sheer coincidence, so will the next kids animated series. The Transformers: Cyberverse Chapter One animated series was announced this past August, but little was revealed besides the title. We did know that the series would feature "remastered" versions of Generation One characters, and was aimed at kids 6-10 years old.

Well, now thanks to a Hasbro Studios  sales guide (via we know  that they are aiming a little older now, 6-11. We also know that there are 18 planned episodes that will run around 11 minutes each and those are still scheduled to arrive in 2018. The guide also provided a synopsis of the series:

Bumblebee is on a critical mission where lives are at stake! Only, he can’t remember what it is? It’s a good thing his best friend Windblade has found him to help repair his damaged memory chips. With each recovered memory, Bumblebee rediscovers his past adventures on Cybertron before coming to Earth. He relives fun moments when he played Cybertronian sports with his friends, and even tragic ones that would change his life. His past will shape him into becoming the hero we know today. As each memory is repaired, another clue comes to light that will lead them both to complete their shared mission to save their friends and Earth... however, the Decepticons are hot on their heels and time is running out.


transformerscyberversech1image.jpgWindblade and Bumblebee from Transformers: Cyberverse Chapter One


transformerscyberversech1synopsis.jpgTransformers: Cyberverse Chapter One synopsis


Hope you don't remember too much Bumblebee!


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