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    Default 80's and 90's movie and show comics

    Some videos of 80s and 90s comics. Did anyone have any of these? I was a 80s kid so I had star wars, gijoe, he-man, transformers, thundercats, silverhawks, alf, Heathcliff and others. 90s I had some dark horse star wars, real ghostbusters, transformers G2, and yes I had ren and stimpy.

    Also lol at the billy ray cyrus comic.

    The "Extreme" 90s.


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    The "rad" 80's. Anyone have any of these?


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    Here's something fun for you. I've translated Starblazers, which is normally known as Space Battleship Yamato. Done by no other than the great manga author Leiji Matsumoto. Starblazers was its American name. But that comic was done taking pieces and ideas from Yamato. But in Europe the name really is Starblazers. The actual Yamato manga is fantastic. I'm waiting on it to be fully edited and such, I highly doubt if I can release any manga releases on here for free. I don't wanna get banned. But, the series is pretty great. I did the second series which was done in the early 2000's called "New Space Battleship Yamato", which was a little short on text. But like, it was still great and Leiji actually used graphics effects instead of actual hand-drawn backgrounds. But it culminates the past series, with the new series and wraps it all up, so the entire Yamato Saga comes full circle.

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    Thanks for sharing those vídeos.
    Did not knew there that many comic books inspired by cartoons and movies.
    I just had the Star Wars (Marvel),Indiana Jones and a couple of the comic books inspired from the 90s cartoon of Spider-Man.

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    Marvel's Robocop series was excellent. It got pretty dark too.

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    Found a few more on youtube.


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    I had quite a few Thundercats, He-Man, and Archie's TMNT comics back in the day. They didn't survive several moves, and eventually got donated to a friends garage sale. I wish I'd kept them, as they seem to sell surprisingly well on eBay these days.

    Of course the series I held onto forever - Elfquest - is still easily found in quarter boxes around the world!
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    I got a issue of elfquest as a kid and turned out to be the last issue of the marvel series! My first issue is the last one!

    Some 80s comics I had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katatonia View Post
    Here's something fun for you. I've translated Starblazers, which is normally known as Space Battleship Yamato. Done by no other than the great manga author Leiji Matsumoto. Starblazers was its American name. But that comic was done taking pieces and ideas from Yamato. But in Europe the name really is Starblazers. The actual Yamato manga is fantastic. I'm waiting on it to be fully edited and such, I highly doubt if I can release any manga releases on here for free. I don't wanna get banned. But, the series is pretty great. I did the second series which was done in the early 2000's called "New Space Battleship Yamato", which was a little short on text. But like, it was still great and Leiji actually used graphics effects instead of actual hand-drawn backgrounds. But it culminates the past series, with the new series and wraps it all up, so the entire Yamato Saga comes full circle.
    Yamato was also the name of the WWII Imperial Japanese Navy battleship

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