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Subj: Re: Unfortunately, the cartoon was not well-known in my country (^_^')
Posted: Mon Feb 19, 2018 at 05:10:23 pm EST (Viewed 196 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Unfortunately, the cartoon was not well-known in my country (^_^')
Posted: Mon Feb 19, 2018 at 02:19:56 pm EST (Viewed 202 times)

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    Sorry, there was no cartoon, I misled you. All the cartoons you listed were based on toy lines. Starriors was a toy line which came with packed-in mini comics and they later got a 4-issue comic from Marvel.


Who would win between the Starriors and the characters from The Saga of Crystar?

http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Saga_of_Crystar,_Crystal_Warrior_Vol_1


I've seen Crystar comics in the quarter bin at the comic shop but I've never read one. Have you? Are they any good?

I actually liked the mythology of the Starriors, brief as it was. The remainder of the human race locked in cryonic suspension until the robots they created can return the Earth to a livable state. But Slaughter Steelgrave decides he likes the robot society they've built and is not so keen on awakening Man.

Another line I briefly enjoyed were the Sectaurs who had packed-in mini-comics. I think they got a Marvel comic too. I'm not quite as sure of their mythology. Nuclear fallout has caused people to take on insect characteristics, and be telepathically bonded to insect buddies?



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