SW10/WWW/HCC: Power-Star Comics 1984, Starring Manly-Man!
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Fri Jun 5 13:00:17 PDT 2015
On Thursday, June 4, 2015 at 10:15:01 PM UTC-4, Scott Eiler wrote:
> My commentator just never met heroes who appealed to the public *and*
> cared about marketing themselves. I bet Marvel-Earth has Avenger toys...
It's cheesy, but I really enjoyed how the first Avengers movie used trading cards for a critical emotional beat.
> However, the 1980s had no shortage of
> comic-book toys and toy-based comic books. I've already considered the
> effect that will have on the upcoming Powernaut 1985 strip. As such, I
> was able to launch a toy comic series on short notice. I went from
> roughest draft to presentable web site in five days, which is even
> faster than the first Powernaut comics.
Very nice! <3
> This series could easily be a growth category. I bet I can get as many
> contributions as for 1944 if I ask for volunteers. So I hereby ask.
> Who else loves the '80s? (Or at least '80s cartoons?)
Oh man. I'm going to contribute the Solar Sails, from Digital JUMP! #6 and 7:
The idea is that they're combinations of Transformers and Sailor Moon, living on a planet full of giant robots, the Silver City. A denizen of the Silver City also guest-starred in The Super Wizard From Space #23:
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, manly-boy indeed
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