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Norem's style is colorful, expressive, and dynamic. His ''Transformers'' work in particular is unusually error-free and self-consistent, especially for licensed ''Transformers'' art in that era (1984-86). One quirk of his ''Transformers'' artwork is that all the [[Autobot]]s display "eyes" in their headlights while in car mode. Additionally, he consistently portrays [[Optimus Prime (G1)|Optimus Prime]] without a mouth rather than a faceplate.
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Norem's style is colorful, expressive, and dynamic. His ''Transformers'' work in particular is unusually error-free and self-consistent, especially for licensed ''Transformers'' art in that era (1984-86). One quirk of his ''Transformers'' artwork is that all the [[Autobot]]s display "eyes" in their headlights while in car mode. Additionally, he consistently portrays [[Optimus Prime (G1)|Optimus Prime]] with a mouth rather than a faceplate.
   
 
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One of the greatest images in Transformers history.

Earl Norem (1923?-) is an artist who worked on many comic book projects throughout 1960s, 70s, and 80s. He is most known for fully-painted covers to comics such as The Savage Sword of Conan. However, Norem has painted for a wide variety of genres and properties, including He-Man and Star Wars.

Norem's Transformers work consists of four Marvel Big Looker storybooks, some of which were later adapted into read along storybooks by Kid Stuff:

Norem's style is colorful, expressive, and dynamic. His Transformers work in particular is unusually error-free and self-consistent, especially for licensed Transformers art in that era (1984-86). One quirk of his Transformers artwork is that all the Autobots display "eyes" in their headlights while in car mode. Additionally, he consistently portrays Optimus Prime with a mouth rather than a faceplate.

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