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SuperSoldier124
Posted: Saturday, December 01, 2012 4:45:46 PM

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so whats your favorite or top independent comics from the 80's? of course TMNT's are up i'm sure but what else did you read when you were reading in the 80's? i'm a 90's kid but have been reading a lot of stuff from the 80's lately. i've been digging grim jack, strike!, fish police, and american flag. just great stuff. the super hero books can start to dry you out.

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Elementals is probably my favorite series of all time, not just the '80s.

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Mike Grell's Jon Sable, Freelance from First Comics.
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Elf Quest was pretty awesome Hypnotized


Ms. Mystic from Pacific Comics is a favorite too.

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mine was Badger. never stopped loving it... even bought my son a full run recently.

i have really fond memories of some indie books. unfortunately some of those memories are foggy.

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first comics had a lot of good stuff... i would love to see them do what valiant did.

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All great choices. My all time favorite to this day is Nexus.

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SuperSoldier124
Posted: Sunday, December 02, 2012 2:54:53 PM

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yes! nexus was great. i remember picking those up for 50 cents when i was a kid

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KingZombie
Posted: Sunday, December 02, 2012 3:35:31 PM

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Judge Dredd was the first indie book to take me away from being a true Marvel die hard. I recommend the Eagle series, that was the first to bring Dredd to the U.S.

And of course, there's Deadworld. Big Grin
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Mage: The Hero Discovered and Grendel: Devil by the Deed were both pretty awesome, too!

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Toz
Posted: Sunday, December 30, 2012 8:09:02 AM

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Dreadstar for all out drama & slobberknocker brawls.

Nexus for adventure & a good dose of pathos

Groo & Fish Police were just plain fun.

Pacific for a variety of comic book goodness.

Miracleman was probably the most well done.

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puyaybusto
Posted: Sunday, December 30, 2012 5:51:25 PM

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KingZombie wrote:
Judge Dredd was the first indie book to take me away from being a true Marvel die hard. I recommend the Eagle series, that was the first to bring Dredd to the U.S.

And of course, there's Deadworld. Big Grin


He'll yeah, ya gotta say deadworld, then add in twisted tales, tales of terror, body count, and tons of other great copper age horror. A great decade.


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