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jwmccay3

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Subj: Re: 90s fans out there?
Posted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 at 07:29:15 am EDT (Viewed 230 times)
Reply Subj: Re: 90s fans out there?
Posted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 at 04:27:45 am EDT (Viewed 227 times)

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    Darkhawk was the book that got me back into collecting comics (I was 14 when I started again after about a 4 year hiatus). Not exactly happy with the way he was treated in Avengers Arena, but it is what it is.


I remember liking Darkhawk. You know, I was thinking it might be cool for fanfic to be on topic at a 90s board. If I had my way, the rule would be, only characters or teams who don't currently have their own books would be granted fanfic permission. Otherwise we might be flooded with Wolverine fanfic, for example, which to me would be pointless, since Wolverine fans like myself can find plenty to buy on the shelves. But Darkhawk fanfic would be awesome, I think.


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    Ka-Zar was underrated early on, but then tailed off quickly.


I've noticed these Ka-Zar issues on ebay and have considered buying them. At what point did the quality start to diminish? Maybe I'll buy the issues up to that point and then stop.


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    MORT the Dead Teenager is another title that should be brought back, especially in light of all the teenage angst mixed with the zombie/supernatural kick currently going on. I teach kids 14-18 and I believe that if it was marketed properly, could easily be a top seller within 6 months with that particular age group.


Sounds like MORT fanfic would be awesome!


Ka-Zar started to go down around issue 13 or 14 if I remember correctly. If you can get the series for cheap, I say go ahead for it.


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