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Author Topic: Marvel's Star Wars Comics from the 70's  (Read 3808 times)
HR Celestial
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« on: September 07, 2010, 06:29:29 PM »

Found this by accident and sounds like it might be fun.  Unfortunately, the guys site is down: but promises to be relaunching soon.

In the meantime you can check out his Facebook page.  He plans on having podcast as well as archives of the comics.!/pages/Marvel-Star-Wars/146048646860?v=wall

I loved these as a kid and wonder if they would be as good now that I'm "all grown up".


"If I could go back in time and like tell 11 year old me that like not only do you get to go to Comic Con but you go every year.  So much so that you get greeted by Stan Lee when you show up.  And 11 year old me would be like - How did we get so fat?" - Kevin Smith
Light Warrior
HR Hero
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« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2010, 07:05:40 PM »

Well, Dark Horse is re-releasing them in trades.  They seem a little hokey, but I can say that about all 80s comics.
Just an old man
HR Celestial
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« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2010, 06:18:01 AM »

I have them, and they are a hard read for me for one reason. One name.

Carmen Infantino.

I have always ... I have never been a fan of his work. He just kills any story for me. Books I know I would have enjoyed if a different artist was on the book (Dial H for H.E.R.O - Flash) just become unreadable.

His sharp ass noses.
His total lack of facial perspective.
His "up the nose" camera angles (which only Gil Kane can pull off well).
His stiff, angular bodies.


Every now and then I get drunk enough to read a few, and while they are not the greatest for "holding up to time", you can deal with it because ... well ... it is Star Wars.
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