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A ‘Howard & Nester’ Comic ‘Nintendo Power’ Couldn’t Print Now Up For Auction

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With Nintendo Power concluding this month after nearly a quarter of a century, several generations of readers are feeling their share of sentimentality - especially for the magazine's longtime comic book supplement, Howard & Nester. Though the character of Howard was retried from the strip when the real-life Howard Phillips left his editorial gig at NP for a job at Luca

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‘Nintendo Power’ Comes To An End, ’90s Kids’ Suddenly Realize They Are Now Super Old

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Bad news for those of us who hadn't yet realized we were getting this old: After nearly a quarter-century of continuous publication, Nintendo Power is releasing its final issue on newsstands tomorrow. And on the off chance that this isn't enough to get you all misty, wait'll you see how the Magazine actual

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‘Nintendo Power’ Is Canceled, Your Childhood Memories Have Been Mortally Wounded

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When I was a kid, I'd start bugging my mom every Friday after school to drive me over to the video store so that I could rent a video game before all the good ones were gone, and the reason I knew which ones were good -- or thought I knew, anyway -- was that I was a subscriber to Nintendo Power. I read the magazine with a dow

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‘Howard and Nester’ Summons Spectacular ‘Nintendo Power’ Memories

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Shortly before Captain N became the Game Master, "Nintendo Power's" "Howard and Nester" strips plunged real-world characters into popular video games for goofy comic strip adventures and gaming tips. Based on then "Nintendo Power" editor Howard Phillips' personality manifested by a version of himself and a smart alec teenager named Nester (a play on the Nintendo Entertainment System), the duo ran into everyone from Mega Man to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as they tested and/or had nightmares about gaming

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