The planet Prysmos - post-technological loss. Two groups rise to dominance from the devastation to wage war upon each other. One is controlled by honest and law-abiding people and the other...
See full summary »
Though the Spectral Knights have insisted they don't want pay for returning the wizards, Merklynn gives them a crystal which will alert them to any foe's approach. But, after leading an attack which ...
Merklynn persuades the Spectral Knights to capture three of the wizards who escaped the Wizards' Jail after Darkstorm's betrayal - Falkama, Wizasquizar, and the possibly-good Bogavus - before one of ...
The planet Prysmos - post-technological loss. Two groups rise to dominance from the devastation to wage war upon each other. One is controlled by honest and law-abiding people and the other by criminals and villains. Following an open challenge thrown down by the great wizard Merklynn, fourteen surviving knights are granted powers of transformation and magical energy. The groups are now divided between the good Spectral Knights and the evil Darkling Lords. The battle for supremacy begins...Written by
Stevie R <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A second round of characters was intended to be released for the toy line which inspired the show, though never came to fruition when the line failed due to the expense and time needed to make their fragile breastplate and shield holograms. It would have consisted of the Spectral Knights Lazorslash, Slywire, Malitor, Ramazon, Hydron, Craggor, Ramak, and Cybron and Darkling Lords Kabor, Braxe, Cyclor, Lizar, Pyrok, Croil, Aquarrior, Draculan, and Osteon. (Cerator's being listed as a Darklign Lord may have been an error since, though he had gold armor, he had a Spectral Knight unicorn rather than a dragon chest-plate.) Figures for Galadria and Virulina were not created. Nor was one for Merklynn, but a holographic image of him was meant to appear in the Iron Mountain set also intended to be sold. The Sun Imps also would have received holographic likenesses on wheels. See more »
Three suns aligned, pour forth their might, and fill the archer's bow with might!
See more »
For once a Hasbro toy based cartoon with a decent plot and a great cast of Voice actors.
The planet Prismos a futuristic earth type world which is thrown back into a medieval type age when the planets suns a re-aligned causing there technology and energy sources to be rendered useless and an age of Magic begins.
Basically it's your same old Good Vs Evil story only both sides have magical totems which alow them to turn into Animals/Mammals/Insect and Beasts for a certin ammount of time, they are also given magical staffs each staff has a differn't power, Wisdom, Light Speeed, Knowledge, Strength, Decay, Destruction, Fear and Invunrability, Visionaries that did not have staffs found that they could magically power machines (which also had powers like the staffs)
The Voice where brilliant and Perfect for each of the parts.
Neil Ross (Springer/Slag (and various other voices) of Transformers Centurions and G.I. Joe) as the voice of Leoric.
The late Chris Latta (Starscream/Cobra Commander of Transformers and G.I. Joe) as the voices of Cravex and Darkstorm.
Peter Cullen (Voice Of Optimus Prime in Transformers) as the voice of Cindar
Roscoe Lee Browne (Voice of The Kingpin in the 90's Spiderman cartoon) as the voice of Merklyn/Reekon.
Jim Cummings (Winnie the poo and Tigger) as the voice of Witterquick and the Bearer of Knowledge.
Jennifer Darling (probably know for her role as Callahan in the six million dollar man series) as the voice of Virulina.
Bernard Erhard (Cy-kill's voice from the Go-Bots) as the voice of Cryotek (Cool name which was recently reused for the name of a repaint of Transmetal 2 Megatron toy (from the beast wars series) as a Robots In Diguise Toy)
The late Jonathan Harris (probably best know as Dr Zachary Smith from the 60's series lost in space (which also starred a young Bill Mumy of Babylon 5 fame) as the voice of Mortredd.
Michael McConnohie (Cosmos and Tracks voices from Transformers) as the voices of Ectar and Lexor.
Hal Rayle (Voice of Shrapnel and Snarl in Transformers) as the voices of Arzon and The Wisdom Owl.
Beau Weaver (Voice of Reed Richards (Mr Fantastic) from the 90's Fantastic four series and Octane from Transformers) as the voice of Feryl.
A great series which should along with G.I. Joe be brought into the 21st century by Hasbro by making a new series for it, granted it would'nt be the same without the likes of Chris Latta and Richard Harris but I'd love to see a Visionaries series remade possibly with CGI.
Or at least have the original episodes remasterd by Rhino and released on DVD.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this