Wednesday , June 19 2024

Transformers Starscream – Short Animated Fan Film

Transformers Starscream – Short Animated Fan Film

Transformers Starscream – Short Animated Fan Film

Transformers Starscream - Short Animated Fan Film
Transformers Starscream – Short Animated Fan Film

This is a fan film. Dedicated to kids and adults everywhere who spent hours playing with toys that could transform.

Both the American toy business Hasbro and the Japanese toy company Takara Tomy are responsible for the production of the Transformers media franchise. It focuses mostly on the Autobots and the Decepticons, which are two alien robot factions engaged in a war against one another.

Both sides have the ability to transform into different forms, including as animals and vehicles. Toys, animated shorts, comic books, video games, and feature films are all included in the brand. One of the highest-grossing media franchises of all time, as of 2011, it earned revenue of more than 2 trillion ($25 billion), making it one of the world’s most valuable brands.

The Transformers Starscream toy line was introduced in 1984, and it was comprised of transforming mecha toys that were marketed for Western markets from Takara’s Diaclone and Micro Change toylines. This was the beginning of the series. Both the animated television series The Transformers and the comic book series of the same name are included under the umbrella term “Generation 1.” These two franchises are then further subdivided into Japanese, British, and Canadian spin-offs, respectively.

The franchise continued with subsequent instalments, such as the Generation 2 comic book and the Beast Wars television series, each of which developed into its own mini-universe. Dreamwave in 2001 and IDW Publishing in 2005 were responsible for the first two reboots of the Generation 1 characters, and 2019 will see the beginning of the third. During and after the 20th century, there have been a number of different iterations of the story that have been based on various toy lines. The first was a series called Robots in Disguise, and then came three shows (Armada, Energon, and Cybertron) that all take place in the same universe and are collectively referred to as the “Unicron Trilogy.”

While the Transformers: Animated series merged concepts from the G1 continuity, the 2007 live-action film, and the “Unicron Trilogy,” the live-action film series that began in 2007 was distinct from previous incarnations. Similarly, the live-action film series that began in 2007 was also distinct from previous incarnations. The “Aligned Continuity” was formed during the most of the 2010s in an effort to reduce the number of reboots that were taking place. In 2018, a new iteration of Transformers called Transformers: Cyberverse was released, which was separate from the series’s other iterations.


Tonka’s Gobots were once a separate and competitive franchise that began in 1983; however, with Hasbro’s takeover of Tonka in 1991, the intellectual property rights to these characters became the property of Hasbro. Consequently, the universe that was portrayed in the animated series Challenge of the GoBots and the subsequent feature GoBots: Battle of the Rock Lords was retroactively established as an alternative universe within the Transformers multiverse.

In each of the various continuities that make up the Transformers franchise, Transformers Starscream appears as a villain. He is one of the characters that appears in the Transformers literary work practically everywhere, making him one of the most important characters in the franchise.

He can be found in all of the many timelines. Characterized as a cruel Decepticon who can morph into a fighter aircraft and works as Megatron’s right-hand man throughout the entirety of the Transformers saga. One of Transformers Starscream distinguishing characteristics is his ambition to dethrone Megatron and assume his position as leader of the Decepticons.

The allure of Starscream’s deceit and cunning has inspired the creation of a large cast of characters within the franchise, the majority of whom share his ambition to take command of the Decepticons. Starscream aspires to take Megatron’s place as leader of the Decepticons and replace him with himself. There have been moments when he has had power of the Decepticons, but most of the time he ends up losing.

Transformers Starscream is more clever than the typical Decepticon, in addition to being merciless, harsh, and bloodthirsty. However, it is doubtful that Starscream will act directly on these desires without first ensuring conditions that are advantageous to his rise. He holds himself to be on a level far beyond the other Decepticons and considers Megatron to be beneath disdain due to the outdated military plans and strategies that he employs.

Transformers Starscream is of the opinion that the Decepticons should beat the Autobots more frequently through the use of cunning and speed than through the use of physical force. On the other hand, when given the opportunity to lead, he typically does a worse job of it than Megatron does. Authors claim that Megatron tolerates Starscream’s presence not only out of preventative surveillance but also out of a begrudging admiration for Starscream’s cunning character. This is despite the fact that Megatron regularly disregards Starscream as a threat.

Others say that Megatron encourages Starscream’s dishonourable behaviour because he fears that without it, he will grow weak and overconfident, or that he even finds Starscream’s misdeeds amusing. Others believe that Megatron finds Starscream’s dishonourable behaviour entertaining. Despite this, Starscream frequently causes Megatron’s patience to run out very fast, and it is not uncommon for the two of them to engage in violent but fleeting verbal and/or physical confrontation. As a consequence of this, Megatron has come dangerously close to taking Starscream’s life on more than one occasion.

Transformers Starscream is initially depicted as transforming into a McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle in his first appearance. As the Decepticon Air Commander, he is in charge of the other Decepticon Seeker jets, many of which are constructed in a manner analogous to his own. According to his technical specifications, his maximum speed is 2.8 Mach, and his maximum altitude may reach 52 miles (84 km).

Launchers mounted on his arm (under his wings when he is in jet mode) are able to deliver cluster bombs that are capable of levelling an area that is 10,000 square feet (900 m2) in size. These launchers can also fire his signature null ray, which for brief periods of time disrupts the flow of electricity in any circuitry that it contacts. Any electrical device or machine, including Transformers, will become temporarily inoperable as a result of taking this action.

Writer , Director , Rigger, Animator , Compositor, Voice of Thundercracker & Skywarp

Voice of Megatron:
H8shun Louis Deraville

3D Modeller & Animator :

3D Modeller & Rigger:

3D Modellers:

Andy Purro

Featuring Music by
The Manes (Banana.Pancake and Alan Arzac)

Special Thanks:
Weedhorse Theo
Bertalan Soós
Nathaniel Flores
Blender and the community

This is a non-profit unofficial fan-film and is not intended for commercial use. It was made solely for fun. Universe/Characters are owned by Hasbro, and this fan-film is not connected in any way to said companies. Everybody on this animated film worked for free, and spend their free time creating this work.



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