TF toy guide

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  1. Lt. Faceless

    Lt. Faceless I'm a puppet

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    Does anyone know if there is a toy guide for TF toys? I have 1 for G.i.joes and love it.It shows varints,what weapons came with who and a price guide.Its called The Ultimate guide to G.i.Joe and goes from 1982-1994.

    Is there something like this for TFs?I know we have sites like this on the net,i just like having a book for this.I don't want to have to look on the net everytime i find a random part.

    Sorry if this as been posted before.
     
  2. galvatron1701

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    Indeed there is:

    Cybertronian Field Guide, Antarctic Press 2002
    Warman's Transformers Field Guide, Mark Bellomo, Krause Publications, 2007
    Transformers Identification and Price Guide, Mark Bellomo, Krause Publications, 2007

    There are also some identification books out there, but I can't remember the names.

    I like to use the Cybertronian Field Guide, it has pictures of every G1 figure from '84-'87 including weapons and accessoriesc and trivia! However, I think the price guide in the back is a bit out of date.

    The 2nd Mark Bellomo book is ok, but I wouldn't bother with the Warman's Field Guide, its just pictures of each figure with a price beneath.
     
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    Lt. Faceless I'm a puppet

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    Thanks for the help guys.
     
  5. Magnus' Mate

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    I highly recommend the Mark Bellomo books - quite excellent.
     

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