ShadZ (shadzane) wrote,

Cheap Back Issues

I've had some computer problems tonight, but I finally made it thru...

As promised, here's the old comics I bought yesterday (but not very old -- nothing from before 2004):

Battle of the Planets: Princess #2 (December 2004)
Battle of the Planets: Princess #3 (January 2005) -- I never watched Battle of the Planets when I was young (many syndicated TV shows never made it to Wyoming), but it seems to have
lots of fans, so I thought I'd try it.  Judging from these comics, I don't get it...
(Walt Disney's) Donald Duck and Friends #320 (October 2004)
(Walt Disney's) Donald Duck and Friends #323 (January 2005) -- Cheap ducks!
The Dreamland Chronicles #3 (August 2005) -- Picked this up because it's a big fat comic, and the CGI art looked interesting.  And the art isn't too bad -- it's not stiff like most comics made on computers.  But the story is some pretty bland fantasy  -- bleh.
Marvel Monsters: Monsters on the Prowl #1 (December 2005)  -- The Hulk and the Thing beat up giant monsters.  You can't beat that!

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