Pomse2001 wrote:I love them, I have not read them all yet. I have all the danish and US marvel comics. But I still miss a few of the uk comics.
But I agree one of the best I have read is the story with crimson jack, but there is also many other great stories.
One of them is the story about the Tarkin, awesome vehicle and I love that story or the story on Aduba-3 with the 8 heroes who try to stop a gang and the behemoth monster
Palifan wrote:Loved them when they first hit the shelves and have a collection of the first 50 as well as the ESB story arc. This was a way of living in the Star Wars universe after leaving the cinema for A New Hope as it took so long for that film to make it out on VHS and on TV. I would look forward each week to the next installment and used to cut pictures out of it to stick in my home made scrapbook.
I'm not sure kids today get the same joy out of comics as there's so much else to keep them busy but for us 70's-80's children this was a big part of affordable entertainment for us all. I've since picked up the 3 graphic novels of the Archie Goodwin arc that was printed in the Sunday papers and really enjoyed those also. Great artwork and good storylines.
I am still getting the latest SW comics at the moment from the US although I will probably stop buying them soon as I was only really going for the Action Figure covers and I think the first 30 will do me. I can always pick up the graphic novels later if I want to continue reading the story but I've enjoyed my time with it.
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