Transformers Legacy: The Art of Transformers Packaging

November 30, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

A visual history of Transformers toy packaging art work. Transformers Legacy is exactly what it claims to be – a visual history of Transformers art throughout the ages.The book is a large ‘magazine’ style format hardcover filled with a couple of hundred glossy pages displaying the box art for pretty much every Transformers toy ever released for the original G1 series in 1984, to Generation 2, the Japanese toy line, and even some oddities such as art from the ‘Diaclone’ series of toys which Hasbro purchased and used as the basis for most…

Anonymous says:

Less than meets the eye. Ahem. This is a beautifully bound, printed and presented book – a coffee table Transformers book if ever there was one.I am delighted with the book – even though it wasn’t what I thought I was getting.As other reviews describe accurately, it is a visual feast the authors have worked hard to collate… But it is not, as I mistakenly thought, a look at the art of Transformers packaging. It is a look at the art. But not the packaging. If you see what I mean.As…

Anonymous says:

One of my favourite possessions. I love transformers but sometimes I feel like I’ve reached saturation point and I wonder whether I’ll ever be truly excited by the brand again. TF:Legacy is JUST what I needed to blow away the cobwebs and bring back my enthusiasm.The book is so much more than I expected and so much more than a collection of packing art. For starters I was honestly expecting somewhere in the region of 100 pieces… not the 750 which the book just hurled at me with great gusto. I can’t even begin…

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