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Welcome to The Ultimate Guide to G.I. Joe, 1982-1994, 3rd edition, the definitive reference to this revolutionary line of toys. Within the pages of this extraordinary guide you'll find every domestic 3-3/4-inch G.I. Joe toy (accessory, action figure, playset and vehicle) produced by Hasbro from 1982-1994 - the entire vintage run of the celebrated line. Thanks to the efforts of acclaimed toy expert Mark Bellomo, no other book gives you the depth of details about this revolutionary toy line like this exciting and innovative reference. You'll also enjoy original art and Foreword from Larry Hama, author of the Marvel comic book series and the original G.I. Joe file cards. The Ultimate Guide is armed with: More than 1,300 color photographs 500 figures and 200 vehicles and playsets Rare Variations Current market values Whether you are a hard-core collector or simply reliving Wonder Year memories, you'll be armed with the finest G.I. Joe book on the market.
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.
Transformers: Identification and Price Guide is the ultimate reference for all Generation One (G1) Transformers figures released from 1984 - 1990. Featuring more than 1,200 color photographs, this unparalleled guide presents every character in robot and alternate modes with accessories. Individual character biographies are presented from the original Tech Specs and also include function, personal motto, and ability scores. Notes on character history - as presented in the Sunbow cartoon series and Marvel comic books - are complemented by expert commentary on character attributes and popularity on today's secondary market. Current values for all figures in varying condition grades assist collectors in determining the value of their collections. Collectors, toy dealers, casual fans, and everyone who staged basement battles between the heroic Autobots and the evil Deceptions need an accurate identification and price guide to decipher the more than 300 G1 Transformers toys produced from 1984 - 1993. This is the definitive reference for your favorite "Robots in Disguise!"
For many years, the Transformers have been a staple of pop culture. As new and old collectors seek to enhance their knowledge of this toy line, this book provides a wide view of the Transformers action figures from their earliest incarnations, their journey through the 1980s, and culminating with the Beast Wars in the 1990s. Extremely well researched, this guide provides information on the development of the figures while explaining their key features, along with showcasing many figure variations. Featuring images of figures both in and out of package, yearly product listings for easy reference, and pricing examples for many key items, this book is a great tool for reintroducing yourself or getting familiar with these toys from the past.
What is a Transformer? "A toy that through a series of changes can alter its form from a vehicle to a robot." This ground-breaking book, now in its new and improved second edition, presents these incredible changing figures of the 1980s and '90s in over 500 color photos with descriptions and an up-to-date price guide. The history of these toys is presented, from the early Diaclone, Diacrone, and Micronautsof Japan through the emergence of Hasbro's Transformerscreations to the Transmetals and Fuzors of the late nineties. This immensely popular guide belongs in the library of every action figure collector.
Filled with super rad toys and bodacious memories, Totally Tubular '80s Toys is a righteous ride back in time when Madonna ruled and Spinal Tap amplifiers went to 11. You'll find everything from He-Man to Cabbage Patch Kids, Trivial Pursuit to Rubik's Cube, Transformers to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Pac-Man to Mario Bros Donkey Kong-as well as lots of fun and smiles. You'll enjoy:&break;&break; A Year-by-year look at the greatest toys of the '80s &break; Awesome color photos featuring more than 500 fabulous toys and period shots of the people who made the decade gnarly Lists of the top 10 TV shoes, movies, and music for each year &break;&break;As Keanu Reeves put it more than 30 times in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, "Whoa!"
A guide to the motion picture looks at the characters, their personalities, roles, and what they can change into.

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