The year 1993, man. For Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and their fans, it was the best of times and kinda the worst of times. On one hand several TMNT comics were going strong, the animated series was in its seventh season and Playmates was on the cusp of releasing some of its most tubular toys yet. On the other hand... the near-universally loathed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III dropped and a lot of kids were moving on to watch the newly-launched Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. With so much going on, many fans probably didn't realize what they missed out on: A ninja-piloted Party Wagon toy that "mutated" into a giant mecha warrior suit.
Lego has historically embraced the comic book medium given how nicely it plays with their signature building set instruction booklets. The thing is, usually Lego's magazine and pack-in comics and posters -- like their video games, movies and other multimedia brand extensions -- stick with an official style that es
Do you remember the '90s? It was a glorious time in history when comic book print runs exceeded a million copies, the first appearance of Cable was still making an impact, Dennis Miller interviewed Rob Liefeld and Marvel made memorable swimsuit specials. It was also a magical era when the idea of buying a pack of cards with the chance of gra
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Q: I want to read more classic Wolverine stories. I've read Origin and Weapon X. Is Claremont/Miller mini any good