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Transformers (1984 Marvel) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 1
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    • Label #3698860017
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    • Label #3763144012
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    "The Transformers!" Part 1 of 4. Story by Bill Mantlo and Ralph Macchio. Pencils by Frank Springer. Inks by Kim DeMulder. Based on the extremely popular toyline and cartoon from the early eighties. For centuries, deep in space, on the techno-organic planet of Cybertron, a war has raged. This battle between the benevolent and peace loving Autobots, led by the heroic Optimus Prime, and the malevolent militaristic Decepticons, led by the dangerous Megatron, has now spilled over to the planet Earth. These Robots in Disguise will continue their eternal struggle and mankind is now caught in the middle. NOTE: This series was originally intended to be a four issue limited series. This is a first printing. All 2nd or 3rd printings have a 2nd, 3rd printing notice on inside at bottom of indicia on first/splash page. 2nd printings were done for most issues from #1 to #9. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #1REP.2ND
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 1REP.2ND
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  • Issue #1REP.3RD
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 1REP.3RD
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    • Third Printing.
    • Label #C19327-021
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    • Third Printing.
    • Label #3798404018
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Scuffing to inner well of case
    • Third Printing.
    • Label #3848072003
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  • Issue #2
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 2
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    • Paper: White
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    • Label #3845998017

    "Power Play!" Part 2 of 4. Story by Bill Mantlo and Jim Salicrup. Art by Frank Springer and Kim DeMulder. The Decepticons attack a nearby refiner for its precious fuel. The Autobots are the only ones with the power to stop them. It's Optimus Prime vs. Megatron! But, what will happen to the benevolent Transformers when their own fuel supply begins to run dangerously low? 32 pages. Michael Golden cover. This is a first printing. All 2nd or 3rd printings have a 2nd, 3rd printing notice on inside at bottom of indicia on first/splash page. 2nd printings were done for most issues from #1 to #9. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #2REP.2ND
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 2REP.2ND

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  • Issue #2REP.3RD
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 2REP.3RD

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  • Issue #3
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 3

    "Prisoner of War!" Part 3 of 4. Guest-starring the Amazing Spider-Man. Nick Fury cameo. Story by Jim Salicrup. Art by Frank Springer, Kim DeMulder and Mike Esposito. The Decepticons have taken control of a nuclear power plant. Now, with the world watching, the Autobots must stop their malevolent counterparts before it's too late. At least they'll get a little help from everyone's favorite Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man. This is a first printing. All 2nd or 3rd printings have a 2nd, 3rd printing notice on inside at bottom of indicia on first/splash page. 2nd printings were done for most issues from #1 to #9. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #4
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 4
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Standard, no notable issues
    • Direct Edition.
    • Label #C1A2CC-002

    Part 4 of 4. Story by Jim Salicrup. Art by Frank Springer and Kim DeMulder. It's the Autobots' last stand. Low on fuel and out matched, these benevolent Transformers fall before their oppressor rivals, the vile Decepticons. This story's end proves one thing...the good guys don't always win. This is a first printing. All 2nd or 3rd printings have a 2nd, 3rd printing notice on inside at bottom of indicia on first/splash page. 2nd printings were done for most issues from #1 to #9. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #5
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 5
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    • Paper: Off white to white
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    • Label #2092787009

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Defeated and captured by the Decepticons, the Autobots try to regroup and come up with a plan. At the same time, Ratchet and Buster try to help and get into the Ark which has been taken over by the Decepticons in "The New Order." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Alan Kupperberg. This is a first printing. All 2nd or 3rd printings have a 2nd, 3rd printing notice on inside at bottom of indicia on first/splash page. 2nd printings were done for most issues from #1 to #9. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #6
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 6

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. The Decepticons begin a conquest of Earth and it starts with Shockwave's attack on a new oil drilling platform off of the Oregon coast. Meanwhile, Buster tries to help Optimus Prime who is a prisoner in the Ark in "The Worse of Two Evils." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Alan Kupperberg. This is a first printing. All 2nd or 3rd printings have a 2nd, 3rd printing notice on inside at bottom of indicia on first/splash page. 2nd printings were done for most issues from #1 to #9. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #7
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 7

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Soundwave sneaks into and takes over an aerospace plant in order to broadcast Shockwave's evil plans to the world and Ratchet, a medical transformer, has to think like a warrior in "Warrior School." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by William Johnson & Kyle Baker. This is a first printing. All 2nd or 3rd printings have a 2nd, 3rd printing notice on inside at bottom of indicia on first/splash page. 2nd printings were done for most issues from #1 to #9. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #7REP.2ND
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 7REP.2ND

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  • Issue #7REP.3RD
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 7REP.3RD

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  • Issue #8
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 8
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Minor side edge crack; Scuffing to inner well of case
    • Label #3846302004
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    • Paper: White
    • Label #1349439004

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. As Shockwave continues his evil plans, Ratchet journeys to the Savage Land in Antarctica hoping to find help. And he does when he manages to locate the Dinobots in "Repeat Performance." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by William Johnson & Kyle Baker. This is a first printing. All 2nd or 3rd printings have a 2nd, 3rd printing notice on inside at bottom of indicia on first/splash page. 2nd printings were done for most issues from #1 to #9. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #9
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 9

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. The Autobots are back and have regained control of the Ark and still have to deal with Shockwave's evil plans. Meanwhile, Josie Beller, injured by the Decepticons, has recovered and wants revenge. Now in a new persona known as Circuit Breaker, she helps G.B. Blackrock in his quest to destroy the robots in "Dis-Integrated Circuits." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Mike Manley & M. Hands. This is a first printing. All 2nd or 3rd printings have a 2nd, 3rd printing notice on inside at bottom of indicia on first/splash page. 2nd printings were done for most issues from #1 to #9. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #9REP.2ND
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 9REP.2ND

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  • Issue #9REP.3RD
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 9REP.3RD

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  • Issue #10
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 10

    Kyle Baker cover. Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Shockwave creates some new allies, the Constructicons, and sends them out into battle while G.B. Blackrock has formed an alliance with the Autobots and learns what is going on in "The Next Best Thing to Being There." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Ricardo Villamonte & Brad Joyce. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #11
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 11

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. While Shockwave continues his evil reign by using human slaves in his plans, Buster struggles to deal with his metal manipulation abilities and then Bumblebee and Bluestreak arrive with the news that Buster is in danger in "Brainstorm." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Herb Trimpe & Tom Palmer. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #12
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 12
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Standard, no notable issues
    • Label #3937831010

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Now understanding his abilities a little better, Buster puts them to use and tries to help the Autobots in their battle against the Decepticons. But those plans don't go as intended. Meanwhile, the Autobots have rescued Optimus Prime but they don't realize that they have fallen into a trap in "Prime Time." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Herb Trimpe & Al Gordon. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #13
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 13
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Standard, no notable issues
    • Label #3937854010

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. This issue has a Transformers tale from a different viewpoint as loser and gambler Joey Slick stumbles across a very strange gun while running from some gangsters trying to collect on Slick's gambling debts. But the gun is actually Megatron in a transformed state and Joey uses Megatron to his advantage and fixes a few things in his miserable life in "Shooting Star." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Al Gordon. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #14
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 14
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Standard, no notable issues
    • Label #3937839007

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Jetfire officially joins the Autobots as they go out and blend into the world. While that is going on, Shockwave has come with a plan for new energon cubes which will enable the Decepticons to refuel with any form of energy in "Rock and Roll-Out." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Al Gordon. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #15
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 15
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    • Paper: White
    • Label #3937831003

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. An organization called Triple I has been asked to do something about the Transformers, which they consider to be a giant robot menace. Their solution: create a robot master for the public to blame for this menace in "I, Robot Master." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Keith Williams. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #16
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 16

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Feeling down after not doing so well in the last battle, Bumblebee goes off on his own to think things over. And that makes him a perfect target for not only the Decepticons but also human mischief in "Plight of the Bumblebee." Script by Len Kaminski and art by Graham Nolan & Tom Morgan. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #17
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 17

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Back on Cybertron, the home planet of the Transformers, the war between the Decepticons and Autobots continues. Scrounge, an Autobot, discovers important and revealing news but is kidnapped before he can relay the news to his Autobot comrades. So Blaster and the other Autobots resolve to find and rescue Scrounge in "Return to Cybertron – Part 1 – The Smelting Pool." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Keith Williams. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #18
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 18

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. On Cybertron, the home planet of the Transformers, the Decepticons have constructed a dimensional bridge to transport them to Earth and help in the conquest of the planet. But the Autobots on Cybertron aren't going to let that happen in "Return to Cybertron – Part 2 – The Bridge to Nowhere." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Williams & Colletta. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #19
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 19

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. As the Autobots leave their base to go out on a mission, the Ark's only protection and last line of defense against a Decepticon attack is a reprogrammed Omega Supreme. Meanwhile, Donny Finkleberg, the human portraying the Robot Master persona is having second thoughts about the role in "Command Performances." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Ian Akin & Brian Garvey. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #20
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 20

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Injured and in car mode, Skids has had enough of being a warrior and a hero. So when he is found and repaired by a human, Skids decides that he is perfectly content to be that human's car in "Showdown." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Herb Trimpe & Ian Akins & Brian Garvey. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #21
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 21
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    • Paper: White
    • Direct Edition.
    • Label #3F535D-017

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. The Decepticons gain control over a human engineer for a dam so that they can use that dam to pump energy to Cybertron and repair the dimensional bridge and get more help. So the Autobots, with Donny Finkleberg, the former Robot Master, have to stop them in "Aerialbots Over America." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Ian Akin & Brian Garvey. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #23
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 23

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. With Skids now a prisoner of Circuit Breaker and the Rapid Anti-Robot Assault Team thanks to Donny Finkleberg's betrayal, the gravity of what he has done starts to weigh on Finkleberg. And after seeing a young boy's mischief, the Decepticons come up with a simple way to spread panic and terror. Or so they think in "Decepticon Graffiti." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Ian Akins & Brain Garvey. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #24
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 24

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. The Autobots and the Decepticons engage in a deadly battle in Multi-World, a computer role-playing game created by Ethan Zachary. The stakes: possession of an all-important hydrothermocline, an energy generator in "Afterdeath." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Ian Akin & Brian Garvey. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #25
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 25

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Now in possession of the hydrothermocline, an energy generator, the Decepticons plan to use the generator to repair the dimensional bridge to Cybertron. Meanwhile, Megatron, obsessed over Optimus Prime's death in the last issue, goes on a rampage in "Gone But Not Forgotten." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Ian Akin & Brian Garvey. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #26
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 26

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Feeling down and depressed after failing to revive Optimus Prime, Ratchet visits an auto parts junkyard in search of parts and then accidently gets involved with some car thieves, including one called "the Mechanic" who turns out to be a formidable foe in "Funeral for a Friend." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Brett Breeding. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #27
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 27

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. As the Autobots struggle in picking a new leader and the Decepticons try to maintain their dimensional bridge, the Dinobots are mistaken for dinosaurs by some paleontology experts in "King of the Hill." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Ian Akin & Brian Garvey. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #28
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 28

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Armed with Autobot tools that he stole in issue #26, the Mechanic has built up an empire and is also stealing hi-tech equipment. What is he up to? Both the police and the Autobots want to know and try to find him in "Mechanical Difficulties." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Ian Akin & Brian Garvey. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #29
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 29

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Bumblebee, now calling himself Goldbug, and company meet with G.B. Blackrock to try to get information on the Decepticons. Meanwhile, a mysterious Transformer with a horrible threat has crash landed in the southwest in "Crater Critters." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Ian Akin & Brian Garvey. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #30
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 30

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. As the deadly Scraplets infection gets worse in the Transformers on Earth, everyone searches for a cure or a way to fix the problem. The Decepticons send a force to Earth to eradicate the Scraplets while Charles Fong and Goldbug struggle to find a solution in "The Cure." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Ian Akin & Brian Garvey. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #31
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 31

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Buster, the youngster who was friends with the Autobots and seen in issues 1-12, returns. He and his dad are operating a new car wash franchise that has been started by G.B. Blackrock, who is now controlled by the Decepticons. And Buster discovers that something bad is going on with those car washes in "Buster Witwicky and the Car Wash of Doom." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Jim Fern. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #32
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 32

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Goldbug and company run into trouble while out on the road and hide in a used car lot where one of them gets sold and the others have to not only deal with a Rapid Anti-Robot Assault Team but also used car dealer Steve Ludwig in "Used Autobots." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Ian Akin & Brian Garvey. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #33
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 33

    Charles Vess cover. Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. This issue features a story from the British version of the Transformers comic book. A young boy, Sammy Harker, stumbles across one of the Autobots near the area of Stangham Castle which leads into an ancient legend of a warrior known as the "Man of Iron." Script by Steve Parkhouse and art by John Ridgway. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #34
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 34

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. The issue features the conclusion a story from the British version of the Transformer comic book. Youngster Sammy Harker meets the rest of the Autobots who want to know all about the ancient legend of the Man of Iron warrior because their future and the humans' future depend on it in the conclusion of "Man of Iron." Script by Steve Parkhouse and art by Collins. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #35
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 35

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Four kids, playing one afternoon in the railroad yards, get caught between a battle of Transformers. Then things get really exciting when they stumble upon Blaster and free him from his mode lock in "Child's Play." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Ian Akin & Brian Garvey. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #36
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 36

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. The four kids who helped Blaster and the other Transformers in the last issue are on board Blast Off, the Decepticon spaceship, and traveling in space when they get captured by other Transformers. And then the Transformers have to figure out what to do with the kids in "Spacehikers." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Jose Delbo & Ian Akin & Brian Garvey. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #38
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 38

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. A force intent on battling the Decepticons approaches Earth as Spike, Buster Witwicky's older brother arrives on the scene and gets swept up into the adventure as everyone tries to track down the missing Autobots in "Trial By Fire." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Jose Delbo & Dave Hunt. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #39
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 39

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Buster Witwicky wakes up on a deserted island and is the Decepticons' prisoner while the Intelligence and Information Institute forces close in. Meanwhile, Spike, Buster's older brother, has joined with the Autobots in an effort to rescue Buster in "The Desert Island of Space." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Jose Delbo & Dave Hunt. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #40
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 40

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Game designer and programmer Ethan Zachary has the memories of Optimus Prime up and running in a computer game. But Optimus Prime is dead, isn't he? Goldbug goes to investigate in "Pretender to the Throne." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Jose Delbo & Dave Hunt. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #43
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 43

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Sharkticons have traveled to the junk world known as Junkion to retrieve a sacred object. But the problem is that the Junkions on the planet regard everything on the junk world as theirs and will defend it as such. So the Sharkticons have to come up with a more subtle way to retrieve the sacred object in "The Big Broadcast of 2006." Script by Ralph Macchio and art by Alan Kupperberg & Dave Elliott. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #44
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 44

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. While traveling in space together in the starcruiser Steelhaven, the Autobots and the Nebulans discover a traveling carnival and circus that has an Autobot as part of its act. What is an Autobot doing in a carnival? The Autobots and Nebulans try to find out in "The Cosmic Carnival." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Frank Springer & Danny Bulanadi. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #45
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 45

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. A film production company manages to use Skullgrin, a Decepticon on Earth in disguise as a monster, for promotional and profitable purposes. And that brings out Circuit Breaker, who is more than ready to fight in "Monstercon from Mars." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Jose Delbo & Dave Hunt. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #46
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 46
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    • Paper: White
    • Direct Edition.
    • Label #318D0A-126

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. The mysterious Z Foundation which is for the destruction of automatons, forms a team of deadly bounty hunters called the Road Jammers to hunt down both the Autobots and Decepticons in "Cash and Car-Nace." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Jose Delbo & Danny Bulanadi. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #49
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 49

    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. Part three of the Underbase Saga has a Decepticon force landing on Earth and joining forces with Ratbat and the other Decepticons as they are on the verge of possessing the Underbase, which contains more knowledge and power than any known object in the universe. Meanwhile, the Autobots search for the Decepticons and hope to rescue Buster Witwicky in "Cold War." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Jose Delbo & Danny Bulanadi. Issue also has profile pages on Chase and Freeway Autobots. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #51
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 51

    Cover pencils by José Delbo, inks by Danny Bulanadi. "The Man in the Machine!", script by Bob Budiansky, pencils by José Delbo, inks by Dave Hunt; Spike Witwicky has quit! No longer is he binary bonded to the mighty Fortress Maximus; But now that Spike's broken the bond, he's become the helpless prey of the Decepticon Pretender Beasts Carnivac and Snsrktr! 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #64
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 64

    Early comic book version of the famous transforming robots. The Matrix Quest, the search for the creation matrix, continues as the Autobots try to stop Longtooth, who is on a dangerous and obsessive quest which may lead him to committing a horrible act and destroying a clue to the whereabouts of the creation matrix in Deadly Obsession. Script by Simon Furman and art by Jose Delbo & Al Williamson & Dan Reed. Issue also has profile pages on Crankcase and Needlenose Decepticons. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #65
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 65

    Bill Sienkiewicz cover. Early comic book version of the famous transforming robots. The Matrix Quest, the search for the creation matrix, continues, as in this chapter, the Autobots follow the trail to the creation matrix and are led to an abandoned station on a planet. And when they are captured by Decepticons, a deadly new threat emerges in Dark Creation. Script by Simon Furman and art by Geoff Senior. Issue also has profile pages on Spinister and Windsweeper Decepticons. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #68
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 68

    G.B. Blackrock recruits mutants and super-humans to fight the Decepticons. It's the debut of the first superteam in the Transformers Universe in "The Human Factor!" Written by Simon Furman, with art by Dwayne Turner. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #76
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 76
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($3.75) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Standard, no notable issues
    • Label #1396845015

    As the Neo-Knights and the Autobots try to heal their critically-wounded leader, Optimus Prime, a new group of villains begins to make its move against the Transformers. Written by Simon Furman, with art by Andrew Wildman and Stephen Baskerville. Cover by Andrew Wildman. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #79
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 79
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($6.00) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Standard, no notable issues
    • Label #3763713025
    Auction opens November 1

    Cover pencils by Andrew Wildman, inks by Stephen Baskerville. "The Last Autobot," script by Simon Furman, pencils by Andrew Wildman, inks by Stephen Baskerville; On Earth, Galvatron attacks the Canadian army as Spike is forced to don the Headmaster guise of Fortress Maximus once more to battle him, realizing he can't deny his destiny of being a Headmaster; Meanwhile, on a deserted Cybertron, the Neo-Knights and Hi-Q awaken the slumbering Last Autobot, whose job will be to revitalize Cybertron in the wake of Unicron's destruction; Last, on Klo, the Decepticons plan an ambush against the Autobots after Bludgeon discovers Grimlock's tracer on his ship shortly after they conquer the planet for their own means. "Fortress Maximus" by Bob Budiansky; Profile on Autobot Headmaster leader Fortress Maximus. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.00.