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Blackthorne Publishing was a small, independent comic book publishing house known for producing comics based upon famous licensed properties such as Robotech, Transformers and G.I. Joe. Blackthorne has produced three Star Wars 3-D comic books, with a fourth and a fifth planned and started, but ultimately cancelled. One of the cancelled issues was going to be about the "Spies of Botha". To date, this is the only Star Wars related material to be rendered in 3-D.


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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

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Blackthorne Publishing somehow managed to produce Transformers comics in the US and UK while the Transformers license was still held by Marvel Comics. Because they used gimmicks (like 3D), they could claim their products had no overlap with the Marvel Comics, and purchase a separate license from Hasbro.

  • Blackthorne produced 3 issues of The Transformers in 3-D in 1987. The third issue was to be the first part of a multi-part story, but no further issues were ever made.
  • Blackthorne also produced a four-issue Battle Beasts comic book. Issues are marginally easier to find than the Holy Grail.
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