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Various sites including TVGuide and MSN have new listings with episode titles and summary for the next few episodes of Transformers: Prime! After Darkness Rising 1-5 we get:
6. Master and Students: Starscream uses a distraction to find something far more intriguing.
7. Scrap Heap: Bumblebee and Ratchet eliminate a swarm of Scraplets.
Could this mean the return of G1 comics fame SCRAPLETS?
8. Con Job
9. Convoy <---Interesting title, considering that's what Optimus Prime is called in Japan!>
Can't wait! Bring it on!
Perceptor's thirst for knowledge is unquenchable. He will seek it to the exclusion of all else.<br>
Slag, yes! Bring on the new episodes!
Also, I moved this topic to the News forum, since this is big news.
Technically they've reappeared before in Shattered Glass, but as a healing potion.
They've also been mentioned in such places as the Dreamwave G1 comics, the Titian ROTF comics, and the AllSpark Almanac II book.
But this could be the true return of the harmful Scraplets.
Not anymore. He's "Oputimasu Praimu" now.
"When there's gold feathers, punch behind you!!"
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