The Invasion of the Decepticon Camp

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The Invasion of the Decepticon Camp  
Cover of The Invasion of the Decepticon Camp
Author(s) Pat Brigandi
Illustrator Steve Ditko and Brad Joyce
Language English
Series Transformers
Genre(s) Science fiction
Publisher Marvel Books
Publication date 1986
Media type Print (Softcover)
Pages 48
ISBN 0871351021

The Invasion of the Decepticon Camp is a story and coloring book published by Marvel Books in 1986. It is written by Pat Brigandi and illustrated by award winning artist Steve Ditko and Brad Joyce.[1]


Blurr beats Jazz in a race as Ratchet, Bumbleebee and Springer watch. They are spied on by Scourge, Laserbeak and Bombshell. Hot Rod challanges Blurr to another race, but crashes when he think he spots a Decepticon. As Springer goes to help Hot Rod Bombshell injects him with a cerebro shell. Grapple recovers Hot Rod and takes him back to Ratchet for repair. Back at the Autobot headquarters Wreck-Gar notices that Springer is acting funny, and then Springer starts shoting up Autobot City.


  • Ultra Magnus and Galvatron are the leaders of the Autobots and Decepticons, and both have operate from bases on Earth. Bombshell and Cyclonus appear at the same time, ignoring the two being the same person in the 1986 Transformers movie. Wreck-Gar is portrayed as another Autobot on Earth, not from the planet of Junk as he is usually portrayed.
  • Galvatron is portrayed on the cover with his gun on the wrong arm.


  1. Brigandi, Pat (1986). The Invasion of the Decepticon Camp. Marvel Books. ISBN 0871351021. 

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