Transformers: Combiner Wars

Transformers: Combiner Wars is an animated web television series created by Eric S. Calderon, George Krstic, and F.J. DeSanto, and produced by Machinima, Inc. and Tatsunoko Production, in partnership with Hasbro Studios for the go90 streaming media format from Verizon. As a branch of the Transformers franchise, it is based on the Combiner Wars toy line, but features a story with elements taken from the Generation 1 continuity family and the comic books by IDW Publishing.


Four decades after the Great War between the Autobots and the Decepticons on Earth, the two factions have disbanded and a three-member ruling council rules in place of the absent leaders Optimus Prime and Megatron. An uneasy peace has been created on Cybertron, but the rise of the Combiners threatens to bring it to an end. Prior to the events of the series, Optimus Prime and Megatron have engaged each other in a final duel, while the new combiner Victorion has been born from the Enigma of Combination. The new ruling council consists of Starscream, Rodimus Prime, the Mistress of Flame (a new female Transformer from the planet Caminus); Caminus has been devastated by the Combiner Wars, which has set the formidable Windblade on a quest for vengeance. Windblade, once an official ‘City Speaker’ to the gigantic ‘Titans’ is tired of the bureaucratic non-action of the Council, who seem to sit idly while her people and her cities on Caminus perish. She decides that the only way to end the Combiner Wars is to take matters into her own vengeful hands.[


Busou Shinki: Moon Angel (ONA)

Busou Shinki: Moon Angel (武装神姫: Moon Angel Busou Shinki: Moon Angel) is a promotional original net animation (ONA) anime episode produced by Kinema Citrus and TNK. The release of the first installment of the ONA episode was to coincide with release of the second PSP video game, ‘Busou Shinki Battle Masters Mk. 2 and new editions of the associated action figures. The video game was released on September 22, 2011, after a delay of several weeks. The ONA was released online in ten downloadable installments, of approximately 5 minutes in length, one installment a week, beginning September 7, 2011. Konami began streaming the ONA episodes online on YouTube in September 2011, however the videos were subsequently removed. The ten installments of the ONA were assembled into a single 43-minute OVA episode and released on Blu-ray and DVD on March 15, 2012.

The first opening theme is “Labyrinth” (ラビリンス Rabirinsu) by MIQ, the second opening theme is “Catalysis of the Mind” (孤高のカタルシス Kokou no Katarushisu) by Nana Mitani and the ending theme is “Kayowaki Juujika no Ai” (か弱き十字架の愛) by Kei.


Tsubasa is a young boy who dreams of becoming a Shinki master. Shinki are small robot girls which can talk, fight, and fly. On a full moon night, Tsubasa finds a damaged Shinki model and takes it home. After repairing it, he gives her the name of Kaguya. They live a happy life until the former owner of Kaguya finds her.


Mazinger Z vs. Devilman

Mazinger Z vs. Devilman (マジンガーZ対デビルマン, Majingā Zetto tai Debiruman) is a 1973 animated movie that crossed over two then-popular anime series, both of which were created by manga artist Go Nagai. Note, however, that the movie features alternate versions of events from both series, and is therefore not canonical to either one.

The heroes of the series Mazinger Z and Devilman fighting against the evil Demon Clan.