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In 1984, Hasbro quietly infiltrated the toy aisles with a series of robots based on Japanese robot toys. These transformable robots were divided into two camps: Autobots and Decepticons. The two sides provided children with classic good versus evil battles. Like the hugely successful G.I. Joe line, the Transformers were supported by a great television show and an excellent comic book produced by Marvel Comics. With die-cast metal parts, rubber tires, working action features and sometimes-firing missiles, these robots quickly changed to jets, cars and other weapons. With a great concept supported by a runaway TV show and comic book series, the groundwork was laid for one of the most successful toy franchises of all times. Today, Transformers are hotter than ever. Fueled by four live-action Transformers movies - with a fifth to be released in 2017 - values for the toys are skyrocketing. On eBay there are more than 93,000 listings for Transformer auctions just in Action Figures alone.
Showcases and details the rare, popular, forgotten, and beloved figures coveted by fans the world over.
"When you can't bend steel or leap tall buildings, the price of heroism goes up. So do the rewards." The rewards found collecting G.I. Joe - A Real American Hero! - are abundant. But be prepared. Like any good soldier, you'll want to enter the fray well armed. The Ultimate Guide to G.I. Joe, 1982-1994, 3rd edition documents with pictures, words, details inside intel and secondary market values for every G.I. Joe character, vehicle, playset, accessory and weapon system - as well as easily lost pieces for each - in this vintage run. Featuring an insightful and moving Foreword by Kirk Bozigian, whose life is forever intertwined with G.I. Joe as fan and former VP of Boys Toys at Hasbro, and authored by renowned toy expert Mark Bellomo, no other book provides the depth of detail for this revolutionary line as found in this lively and abundantly illustrated new edition. The hardcover new edition features: 500 action figures and 200 vehicles/playsets More than 1,300 images Current values and rare variations Original prototype art and blueprints
Presents pricing on 35,000 toys, from action figures to western toys, offers collecting advice, hobby insight, and secondary-market prices for post-World War II toys.
Volume 8 collects Transformers Universe #1_4, all character biographies from TF issues #47_49, 56_72, and 74_79, plus G.I. JOE and the Transformers #1_4. Also includes issues notes by Mark W. Bellomo.
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