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    The upcoming death head trade reprints fantastic four 338. Doctor who guest stars in that issue also!

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    Few other ips--

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    The Barbie comics was such a big hit they came out with a second comic! Kind of surprised by that one.

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    Besides the main ongoing Star Wars license, Marvel also had the cartoon Ewoks and Droids lines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaastra View Post
    The upcoming death head trade reprints fantastic four 338. Doctor who guest stars in that issue also!
    The Doctor doesn't appear in FF#338. The images you posted of him dropping Death's Head off on top of Four Freedoms Plaza is from Death's Head's own series.

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    So when these happen does Marvel (DC or whoever is doing them) pay for these licenses ?
    Or do the companies pay Marvel (DC, etc.) to develop them?
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    Akira - Epic imprint

    Interesting bit of trivia, it was one of the first digitally colored comics leading to the whole industry adopting the method soon afterwards.

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    The Doctor doesn't appear in FF#338. The images you posted of him dropping Death's Head off on top of Four Freedoms Plaza is from Death's Head's own series.
    Dang got my book memories mixed up. Sorry about that.

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    Also not pictured but Marvel can always brag they were the first ones to make a super Mario comic! Mario and donkey both showed up in a marvel comic before the 90s comics and mangas!

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    Fun thread. I'm an '80s child and it's bringing back memories of the cartoons I used to watch.

    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    LOL Sectaurs with their theme, animation and toy line always struck me as the fourth unmentioned stepchild of the Rankin/Bass Animated Entertainment/Pacific family of concepts.

    We had the Felines, the Avians, the Aquatics .... and the Insectoids.

    Although it was a completely different company:




    Who is the shark guy?

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    Tigersharks the 3rd thundercats spin-off. Silverhawks and tigersharks had cameos in the last thundercats series.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaastra View Post
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    I'm fairly certain that Misty was not a licensed property, but was actually a 616 character. The niece of Millie the Model I believe.

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    I'd love to see ROM and Red Sonja back in the fold

    On another note can Marvel still use the Spaceknights like Ikon, Sentry, Pulsar, Terminator, Starshine etc...?

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    So is it fair to say that G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero was Marvel's most successful licensed comic? It lasted for 155 issues after all.


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    So is it fair to say that G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero was Marvel's most successful licensed comic? It lasted for 155 issues after all.
    Conans original book lasted 275 issues not counting spin-off comics and trades!



    I'm fairly certain that Misty was not a licensed property, but was actually a 616 character. The niece of Millie the Model I believe.
    Really? It always thought she was a maxies world spin-off or something like that. Didn't know that. Also the other covers to that series are as 80s as can be!

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