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Transformers: A Visual History (2019 Limited Edition)

Jim Sorenson



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10 December 2019
Graphic novel & Manga artwork; Film, TV & Radio; Graphic novels: Manga; Fiction-related items; Media Reference; Sci-Fi Reference; Science; Robots; Future Society; Aliens; Military
Celebrating 35 years of rare and iconic TRANSFORMERS imagery, this deluxe limited edition art book will delight fans of all ages!

This deluxe limited edition comes packaged in a beautiful collector's box with an exclusive variant cover design and five gorgeous and frame-ready prints showcasing art from across the franchise!

One of the world's most popular franchises, Transformers has been delighting fans since 1984. Now, in this deluxe hardcover celebration, Hasbro reveals behind-the-scenes production sketches, beautifully polished final art, and everything in-between. From the obscure to the iconic, this book features packaging artwork, animation models, video game designs, comic pages, and, for the first time ever, production artwork from all six Paramount live-action films! Lovingly curated by Transformers archivist Jim Sorenson, this is the most comprehensive collection of Transformers imagery ever assembled.

(c) 2019 Hasbro. All Rights Reserved.
By:   Jim Sorenson
Imprint:   Viz
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 305mm,  Width: 229mm,  Spine: 48mm
Weight:   3.080kg
ISBN:   9781974710577
ISBN 10:   1974710572
Series:   Transformers: A Visual History
Pages:   408
Publication Date:   10 December 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Jim Sorenson has been writing and producing high quality pop culture art books for decades. He's an expert in the field when it comes to Transformers and has also turned his eye towards G.I. Joe, Angry Birds, and Go-Bots. His licensed fiction includes the cult favorite Beast Wars Uprising and the highly interactive Ask Vector Prime.

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