The Transformers comic book was published by Marvel Comics from 1984 to 1991. Originally it was designed as a limited series, published bi-monthly and intended to end with the fourth issue, but at the end of the limited series Marvel changed it into an ongoing, monthly comic book. It kept going for seven years and 80 issues, until it was finally cancelled in 1991.
Other than the main Transformers book, Marvel published
several other Transformers-related books during these seven
years: a three-issue adaptation of Transformers: The Movie
(1986); a four-issue crossover with G.I. Joe, called G.I. Joe
and the Transformers (1986); a four-issue book with
character profiles, called Transformers: Universe
(1986); a four-issue limited series starring the Headmasters
In 1993 the Transformers guest-starred in issues #138-142 of the G.I. Joe comic book, before their own comic book was revived as Transformers: Generation 2. The latter book lasted for 12 issues before it was cancelled in 1994.
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