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Taking place within the continuity of the cartoon series, the manga introduced a few concepts which explained away the odd "logic error" here and there or simply added furhter background to the characters. A few of these notable additions:
 
Taking place within the continuity of the cartoon series, the manga introduced a few concepts which explained away the odd "logic error" here and there or simply added furhter background to the characters. A few of these notable additions:
   
*The [[Cybertron Road]], an underground mass-transit highway which helped the Autobots drive from one end of the planet to the other so quickly.
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*The [[Autobot Road]], an underground mass-transit highway which helped the Autobots drive from one end of the planet to the other so quickly.
 
*[[Trypticon]] was built using designs of [[Metroplex (G1)|Metroplex]] stolen by [[Astrotrain]] and [[Reflector]].
 
*[[Trypticon]] was built using designs of [[Metroplex (G1)|Metroplex]] stolen by [[Astrotrain]] and [[Reflector]].
 
*[[Optimus Prime (G1)|Optimus Prime]] admits to considering [[Ultra Magnus (G1)|Ultra Magnus]] as his "kid brother".
 
*[[Optimus Prime (G1)|Optimus Prime]] admits to considering [[Ultra Magnus (G1)|Ultra Magnus]] as his "kid brother".

Revision as of 05:45, January 7, 2007

There were all-together 8 issues of the "Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformer" manga which ran in TV Magazine. The manga took place shortly after the end of Season 2 of the Generation 1 cartoon, before and after the events of the Scramble City OVA.

Taking place within the continuity of the cartoon series, the manga introduced a few concepts which explained away the odd "logic error" here and there or simply added furhter background to the characters. A few of these notable additions:

The story revolved around the Autobots and their new Japanese friend, a boy named Kenji. The stories were completely episodic, with one never leading into the other. Kenji appeared in all 8 issues of the Super Robot Lifeform manga and made his final appearance in the Scramble City mail-away special.

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