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Published on Nov 7, 2009
The future setting of the movie continued on into the third season of the series, which debuted in September 1986 and ran to November of that year, picking up right where the movie's events had left off. With the addition of Flint Dille as story editor, the series took on a strong sci-fi orientation, with grimmer storylines and stronger inter-episode continuity that revisited concepts more regularly than past seasons.
More new characters were added to the show. On the side of the Autobots, they are the Triplechangers Sandstorm and Broadside, the space shuttle Sky Lynx, the Technobots Afterburner, Nosecone, Strafe, Lightspeed and their leader Scattershot who combine to form Computron, the Autobot city Metroplex and the Throttlebots Chase, Freeway, Rollbar, Searchlight, Wideload and Bumblebee who was rebuilt into Goldbug.
On the side of the Decepticons, the original Predacons Rampage, Headstrong, Divebomb, Tantrum and their leader Razorclaw who can merge into Predaking, BattleChargers Runamuck and Runabout, the Triplechanger Octane, the Terrorcons Rippersnapper, Sinnertwin, Cutthroat, Blot and their leader Hun-Gurrr who can merge into Abominus, the Decepticon city Trypticon and finally, Soundwave's new minions Slugfest and Overkill.