Original G1 comics?

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  1. Unicron129

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    Is there a book or collection of all the marvel '84+ comics? I'd really like to get into it.
     
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    Except for the following issues:
    - Marvel US G1 #33 - 34 - Reprint of the story "Man of Iron", originally published in the Marvel UK G1 comics.
    - Marvel US G1 #43 - Comic adaptation of the cartoon episode "The Big Broadcast of 2006". Out-of-continuity for both the US and UK comics, though the UK continuity at least tried to explain it's appearance.

    Though not G1, there have also been no reprints of GI Joe #138 - 142 (AFAIK), which started off the G2 comic continuity that continued from Marvel's US G1 series.

    EDIT - And, again AFAIK, there also hasn't been a reprint of the Marvel US GI Joe/Transformers mini-series. Unfortunately, it actually had an effect on continuity in the Marvel US G1 comics.
     
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    IDW has also reprinted some early Marvel G1 but its missing quite a few issues do to MARVEL characters being in the stories as well.
     
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    so do these titan ones have the original ones with spiderman and stuff? Also, are all the comics in these books canon (in respect to the g1, 1984 comic storyline)?


    EDIT: Also, where is the cheapest that I could find copies of these in good condition?
     
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    Are some of the Books hardcover only? (namely Vol.1 Beginnings)
     
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    No, the Titan books come in paperback as well, but they may be hard to find now.

    I'm pretty sure the Titan books didn't skip issues either.
     

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