The first comic book from Marvel Comics that combined characters from Hasbro''s G.I. Joe and Transformers franchise for the first time, was then published in 1987, and was then published in trade paperback format by Marvel in 1993, then again by IDW Publishing in 2012, which was included in the eighth and final volume of the series. News that was damaged by Bleeding Cool last year
The G.I. Joe team and the Transformers'' Autobots would tie forces to stop the Decepticons and Cobra''s collaboration. Unlike the comic book series, Cobra would be forced to assemble with an energy drill device to extract energy from the Earth''s core. This would have caused the Earth to explode.
It''s believed that At some point, Hasbro will be able to resist a film with GI Joe and Transformers as partners or at odds. This comic book from 1987 was where it all started and remains one of the first cross-franchise memes like this, which are now much more common. The first issue is currently being sold in a 9.8 CGC slabbed copy, with bids currently totaling $134.
G. I. Joe and the Transformers #1 (Marvel, 1987) CGC NM/MT 9.8 White pages.Herb Trimpe and Vince Colletta cover and art. Overstreet 2022 NM- 9.2 value = $20. CGC census 9/22: 85 in 9.8, none higher.
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