Updated on 16 October, 2021
In the world of comics, where do you see the original Negasonic Teenage Warhead? He was one of the very first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and he is a staple character in the modern era. The fact that he was a secret sewer who got caught is the basis for his modern-day coolness. He is an example of a hero, who overcome tragedy and danger to have a powerful, although tragic, place in pop culture.
The story begins in prehistoric Egypt. Here, a tribe of crocodiles captures a young boy named Optimus Prime. They toss him into a river and scoop him into the water to use as a fish bait. It takes a few days, but Optimus Prime grows wings and swims to freedom.
While swimming, he meets an escaped juvenile known as Krang. The two fight until Optimus Prime finally zaps him with his laser gun. He grows back, and uses Krang's head to sting the Autobot leader into submission. As punishment, the Autobots are forced to leave the area.
When a mysterious stranger contacts them, they become aware of the situation. This stranger is none other than Mirage, a teenage girl who can shrink humans and dinosaurs. She tortures Transformers in an attempt to gain her revenge for her mother's death. However, she ends up helping the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles defeat the villains. She transforms into an adult human Dinah, who has a daughter named Amy. The two become good friends.
She decides to stay in the area and continue raising her daughter. The Turtles eventually hire a boat to sail the seas, so that they can continue on to inspect the stars. On their way, the Turtles discover the lost colony of Cybertron. There, they help out the captured aliens called Maximals who are being held prisoner by Decepticons. The Autobots are unable to free them because of the destructive capability of the Decepticons.
Back at home, the Autobots decide to have everyone join forces with them in order to defeat the Decepticons once and for all. However, the Decepticon leader Megatron transforms into a massive robot. He then attacks the Autobots and destroys their ship. This makes the Autobots retreat. Meanwhile, Iron Man and the other surviving Autobots travel to Cybertron and battle Megatron for dominance.
The Autobots eventually triumph and Megatron is sent to the other dimension where he causes more destruction. He then sends his army of robots after the Autobots. Optimus Prime leads a group of Autobots in fighting against Megatron. During the fight, Megatron turns to the evil Soundwave and transforms into the powerful Insectoid character. Megatron attacks the Autobots again, but this time, the Autobots are able to turn the creature into a huge robot and are able to push him away.
The movie ends with Optimus Prime taking on Megatron again, in an effort to avenge the death of his son. Megatron tries several different methods to defeat Optimus Prime, such as shooting laser-based missiles, but ultimately gets beaten. He retreats to steal the N Optimus Prime's Matrix, which contains the power to control robots. Megatron forces the Autobots to let him escape, and they head for Earth to continue their fight. Unfortunately, Megatron's final scheme involves using the N Transformers to attack the humans on the planet.
Due to the unique cartoon design of the N Transformers, there have been several different interpretation of the story. Many fans have believed that the characters from the cartoon are actually the Autobots who were transformed into evil robots by Megatron. This leads to a different story line involving Megatron and the evil Decepticon leader Galactus. Both characters combine to form the mighty Galactus, who is responsible for destroying the Earth and causing many of the problems in the future history of humanity.
Directed by Transformers veteran Mike De Luca, the film features an all new story featuring the original characters. The plot is somewhat different, however, because Megatron instead transforms into a gigantic tank-like robot which attacks the humans on the ground. The movie features an original score consisting of songs from the series including "I am the Law" and "I Should Have Left You With Better Cues."
The N Millennium Toys N Megatron toy is intended for boys ages three to seven. A heavily armed and fearsome robot, the G1 Megatron has a powerful beam which can badly damage some of the most vulnerable toys on the market, such as the Softbank boy. Additionally, the toy features over twenty-five different action figures and an accessory: the Optimus Prime figure which contains a sword and a Optimus Prime figure. In addition, the toy also contains the N Transformers Energon shuttlecraft and three N Transformers Bumblebee action figures. The movie and its various tie-ins make a great family movie for parents who want to teach their teens about the importance of discipline and the value of being a good sport.