The Transformers in 3-D

    (Blackthorne, 1987-1988)
™ and ©1987 HASBRO, Inc.

The Transformers were a wildly popular (and collectible) set of action figures based on a premise irresistible to young boys: giant robots who can transform themselves into cars, tanks, weapons, and space ships. They’re especially big in Japan, where the giant robot fixation is strongest, and has inspired all sorts of manga and anime adventures.

Blackthorne’s comic book adventures are basically an aid to help kids imagine the possibilities of the Transformers as they battle evil robots on barren, outer space worlds. As a bonus, the comic is presented in 3-D, viewable with the aid of red and blue plastic glasses that give the illusion of depth.

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