So I got an e-mail from one o' them mysterious contacts everyone seems to have, and he sent me a chunk o' G1/G2 box artwork original pictures in hi-res. Check it out: 1) The small G2 jets' (AKA Skyscorchers in Europe) earliest blue line artwork. Yeah... G2 artwork's not the greatest in the world, but to see such an early stage is pretty damn nifty. Not sure if this is originally from Hasbro UK's or not, since I've never seen carded Skyscorchers. Windrazor linework. Note the backwards gun. Eagle Eye. Different head than on the final artwork. Not that either really looked like the toy. Terradive. Pretty close to the final. Afterburner. Pretty close, although it looks like the artist didn't have a reference for the gun. Almost looks like he used G1 Sinnertwin's. 2) The original art for Punch-Counterpunch. Take note of Punch's legs, since this really clearly shows that his legs have an alternate transformation (so he's short- about the size of the 1984-5 cars in robot mode). Also, a bunch of notes in Japanese on an overlay taped to the piece. 3) This one kicks ass. The original Richard Marcej box mural for 1987. 4) Red Hot, of the Micromaster rescue patrol. 5) G1 Skyhopper. 6) Stakeout. 7) G1 Skywarp. 8) The box mural for the Micromaster combiner squads. Fear SPACESHOT'S COMICAL FURY! On a side note, anyone have a clue who did these later murals? 9) G1 Vroom. 10) G1 Battletrap. I'd like to point out that the detail is pretty impressive for a toy that... doesn't have much detail. Especially in the legs. 11) This is really non-TF, but it's still interesting. This is the first and only time I've ever seen, let alone heard of art of the Laser Beasts, the uber-rare final wave of Battle Beasts released in the US or Japan (Shadow Beasts in Japan). Enjoy!