You want a copy of this without paying your weight in gold? Kiss my FEET for the privilege, foolish child Cybertronian: The Unofficial Transformers Recognition Guide was a series of unofficial guidebooks published by Antarctic Press between —, documenting the American Transformers toy line. Over the course of seven volumes, it covered every American Generation One , Generation 2 and Machine Wars toy, as well as the first year of the Beast Wars toy line.
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Weekly Auction ends Monday June 8! This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available. Cover by Fred Perry. Presenting complete and comprehensive Transformers recognition guides. These volumes will cover every Transformer made since Volume 1 showcases Generation 1, series , and features toy pictures, variations, character bios and descriptions, a series-by-series checklist, and for the first time anywhere, a complete, full-color accessory guide for parts.
Softcover, 96 pages, full color. Softcover, 6-in. This volume covers Generation 1 series 3 in its entirety! There's full-color pics of all your favorite Transformers, from Air Raid to Wildrider. Also features variations, character bios and backgrounds; a Series 3 checklist; a full-color accessory guide; and a comprehensive list of Transformers: The Movie artifacts! Add to that a continuing comic and TV episode guides, and you'll see why this series is more than meets the eye!
This special Transformers Guide covers Generation 1 Series 4 in its entirety. This issue features the beginnings of the Headmaster and Targetmaster era, with clear, full-color pictures of all your favorites, from Chromedome to Weirdwolf.
It also features variations, character bios and backgrounds, a Series 4 checklist, a full-color accessory guide, and a listing of some of the pick of Transformers secondary merchandising. Add the continuing complete comic and TV guide, and you'll see why this series is more, much more than meets the eye! This special Transformers Guide covers Generation 1 Series 5 in its entirety. This issue features the return of Optimus Prime as a Powermaster and introduces the Pretenders, with clear, full-color pics of all your favorites, from Getaway to Thunderwing.
It also features variations, character bios and backgrounds, a series 5 checklist, a full-color accessory guide, and a listing of some of the pick of Transformers secondary merchandising. Concludes the complete comic and T. This special issue covers the last two series of Generation 1, those Transformers produced in and Starting with series 6, the second series of Pretenders is finished off and meet the smallest Transformers ever, the Micromasters.
Then series 7, which showcases what are arguably the most controversial TFs, the Action Masters! As always, the best in toy pictures, character bios and descriptions, series-by-series checklists and our very own full-color accessory guide for parts.
A special Generation 2 volume covering all three years of the toys, including all variations. Also covered will be G2 artifacts and a full review of the issue TFG2 comics series. With multiple full-color pictures for each toy, character tech specs and insights, series-by-series checklists and complete accessory parts guide, it's easy to see that Cybertronian is the best toy recognition guide in the industry! Dollar Bin Codeword. Date This week Last week Past month 2 months 3 months 6 months 1 year 2 years Pre Pre Pre Pre Pre s s s s s s Search Advanced.
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For a property as successful and enduring as Transformers , there have been surprisingly few officially-licensed publications that catalogued the history and diversity of the franchise — and even fewer in English. Fans and publishers in the toy collecting industry have attempted to fill this gap over the years with unofficial works of varying scope, production quality, and accuracy. Fanzine by Fumihiko Akiyama distributed at BotCon Though it's nothing compared to Akiyama's later work , it was notable in its time for being the first comprehensive checklist and image gallery of Japanese- exclusive Transformer products, written almost entirely in English. The pamphlet ended on an intriguing note, with images of new "armored" versions of the Cyberjets meant for a then-upcoming Japanese extension to the Generation 2 toyline , though in fact they were never released. Written by Doug Dlin and Harold Tietjens, and published by Antarctic Press from , Cybertronian: The Unofficial Transformers Recognition Guide is a series of unofficial but highly useful guidebooks; its seven volumes encompass all American toy releases within Generation 1 , Generation 2 , Machine Wars , and the first several waves of Beast Wars.
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