While the cartoon is well known and remembered, Transformers has a rich history in comic books. Several companies have produced Transformers comic books over the years and this section is devoted to reviews of these works of art.
Marvel Comics G1 (US)
The original comic book series published by Marvel Comics from the 80's to the 90's.
A short lived series of Transformers comic books in 3D.
Marvel Comics G2 (US)
Following the cancellation of the Generation One comic book series, Marvel attempted a relaunch with a limited twelve issue series based on the Generation 2 toy line.
Years after Marvel Comics ceased publication of "Transformers", a new comic company brought out several Transformers titles with a new style aimed at old and new audiences alike.
"Beast Wars Transformers: Optimus Primal vs. Megatron!"
In 1996 Transformers relaunched as "Beast Wars", and the first fiction released was a small comic book included with the Basic class Optimus Primal and Megatron figures. This review takes a deep dive into the comic and what it revealed before the TV show aired.
The current holder of the "Transformers" comic book license, relaunching the line under a new storyline.
Comic books published by the Official Transformers Collectors Club under the "Timelines" banner.