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Todd Arliss

Member Since: Mon Nov 09, 2009
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The Avenger

Location: New Jersey
Member Since: Thu Dec 02, 2021
Subj: Re: What licensed properties do you miss from Marvel's yesteryear?
Posted: Sat Jan 15, 2022 at 09:26:22 pm EST (Viewed 63 times)
Reply Subj: What licensed properties do you miss from Marvel's yesteryear?
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Shogun Warriors?

Godzilla? (Yes for me.)

GI-Joe? (Yes for me.)


Micronauts? (Yes for me.)

Any others?

I don't think I ever saw the Shogun Warriors comic back in the day. I think I would have bought it.

Godzilla worked much better as a comic than I ever would have expected. Herb Trimpe was well suited to the art chores. I also loved the Godzilla cartoon (not affiliated with Marvel).

Marvel's GI-Joe comic had Larry Hama at the helm and he did a great job. Herb Trimpe on art was no slouch either (to say the least).

Marvel's Micronauts had Michael Golden's beautiful art and what I consider to be Bill Mantlo's best writing.

Godzilla (the MU version) did survive for a little while after his series ended. Dr. Demonicus mutated him into an unregonizable form in Iron Man.

Characters from that series that Marvel created and owns,like Demonicus, Red Ronin, and Yetrigar (the giant bigfoot) haven't been used for a while. I would love to see Yetrigar fight the Hulk.

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