The Unofficial Guide to Japanese & International Transformers(TM) Paperback – Jan 15 2001
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Top Customer Reviews
It really is a teaser for the community, to leave fans salivating for these rare items.
While the visuals are first rate and Alvarez does an admirable job of walking the reader through the significance and timing of each release, it's clear he is no writer. A lot of his writing borders on the banal, although he does a better job of conveying the message in this edition than he does in others in this series. But as this is really not intended as a great writen masterpiece, the superb organizational job more than compensates for the prose here.
This is a must-have for anyone with a passing interest in Transformers toys.
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A lot of pictures, some trade prices but that' s it.
I expected some explanations but for an "unofficial guide", there is not even a word about the previous transformers (diaclone, kronoform, etc) and/or all the fakes you can find.
There is also no chronology and more over as a european transfan I didn't see something about the european special releases.
In others words: it's every thing but a reference.
You would find much more info by surfing on personnal web sites.
I gonna keep the two books cause there are very nice pictures in them but it's very disappointing.