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Transformers, Vol. 13: All Fall Down [Paperback]

Simon Furman , Andrew Wildman , Stephen Baskerville
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Oct. 1 2002 Transformers (Titan Books Paperback)
Witness the beginnings of one of the most incredible sagas of all time, the rise - and quite possibly fall - of The Transformers! The hit animated TV shows Beast Wars and Beast Machines introduced a whole new generation to the 'robots in disguise', the transforming robots that are truly more than meets the eye, and now, at last, the stories that came before those shows can now be seen again in all their world-shaking glory.

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SIMON FURMAN has written for both comics and TV animation, including Alpha Flight, Death's Head, Beast Wars, X-Men: Evolution and The Roswell Conspiracies. ANDREW WILDMAN's artwork has featured in X-Men Adventures, Gl Joe and Spider-Man 2099. GEOFF SENIOR is the artist on Death's Head, What if? and Battletide.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Transformers comic book collection! June 1 2002
By N. Kok
Format:Paperback
This Transformers Graphic Novel collects Marvel US Transformers comic books #69-74! These stories were written by British fan favorite Transformers writer Simon Furman! The Artwork was done by British fan favorite artist Andrew Wildman as well! They are the creative team responsible for the success of the Marvel UK Transformers comic books! This Titan comic book collection has the most exciting Transformers stories ever produced! They were about the Gathering storm, the Comming of Unicron, Primus's Transformation and the Union between the Autobots and the Decepticons! The book also features the first apperance of the Neo Knights! Simon Furman's writing is superb! Andrew Wildman's art is top notched! This is a great collection for Transfans and fans of UK Transformers comic books! Simon Furman and Andrew Wildman did a wonderful job on these comic books back in 1990! Buy it! Highest Possible Recomendation!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Transformers comic book collection! June 1 2002
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Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
This Transformers Graphic Novel collects Marvel US Transformers comic books #69-74! These stories were written by British fan favorite Transformers writer Simon Furman! The Artwork was done by British fan favorite artist Andrew Wildman as well! They are the creative team responsible for the success of the Marvel UK Transformers comic books! This Titan comic book collection has the most exciting Transformers stories ever produced! They were about the Gathering storm, the Comming of Unicron, Primus's Transformation and the Union between the Autobots and the Decepticons! The book also features the first apperance of the Neo Knights! Simon Furman's writing is superb! Andrew Wildman's art is top notched! This is a great collection for Transfans and fans of UK Transformers comic books! Simon Furman and Andrew Wildman did a wonderful job on these comic books back in 1990! Buy it! Highest Possible Recomendation!
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