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From: Marc Thomas
Hi Trek TV Friends The other day I was at the comic book store with Little Master Green. We were looking for Terreria themed merchandise. He's not really into comic books except for 'The Beano', a British periodical that most Americans don't know about. Even our local comic book store proprietor doesn't know about '...Beano'. But I'll bet Julian and Collin do. Anyway, they sell lotza video game swag and that's what we usually go there to get. I used to like comics,though. Not super-heros, Archie, or any other funny or action-packed crap, I liked Star Trek comics. The Gold Key, four color processed,newsprint disposables were sold for a quarter at drug-stores and Seven Elevens. Star Trek comics are still pressed into existence today. But I don't usually buy these since they cost so very much more than twenty-five American cents. Here's the problem. Star Trek got me when I was young and I've never quite out-grown it. Planet of the Ape got me too. So when I saw a TOS/POA cross over graphic novel I had to have it. Here's my review. It was okay. Not as good as The Julep series. Also? I liked 'Mad Magazine'. 'Mad' is kind of like America's Beano, except not really. Oh and with regard to the art of mine most recently and kindly posted… That's the Uranian moon 'Miranda' looming in the sky as the anxious bi-pedal ape woman waits in line at the Titanian tele-port. I'll finish the story in about ten years and there are plenty of pictures of Uranus and other planets waiting to accompany the text. Marc