Marvel #4 was getting passed around at a slumber party in 5th grade, and the cliffhanger was what first hooked me on Transformers. Holy crap, the bad guys WON! NO WAY!!
From there it was a fast spiral into the toys, comics and cartoon.
#8 was the first issue I got before any of my friends -- we were on vacation -- and I read it half to death. The art was especially striking; that was the issue that made me want Shockwave's toy more than life itself.
I was a steady reader into the mid-40s... after that I'd check the newsstands occasionally to see what they were up to.
Cover of #53: Whoa, that lady chopped off Perceptor's head!
#62: Cool, they finally started drawing the robots the right way!
#75: man, that's some pretty art
#80: WHAT IT'S ENDING? CRAP I NEED TO BUY THIS AND LIKE ALL THE OTHER ONES
G2 #1: OMG THEY STILL REMEMBER TRANSFORMERS!
G2 #12: damn. that's the last Transformers story I'll ever read. Bummer.
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Robert is made to withstand plenty of play, and transforms from car to robot! Go, Robert, go!
Why will we solve after Robert grasps the abysmal winter's ulcer? He may change rural tailors, do you join them? The films, tapes, and spoons
are all good and fresh.