• 1 year 7 months ago
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    It was the BIG deal in comics of the 80s and changed comics forever and of my generation. i was 4 years old when the first issue came and collected each of the 12 issues and they opened my imagination to new heights. When i was 13 i sold the issues as i bought the graphic novel version as it was my first graphic novel purchase and this comic changed my life.
    "Nobody wants to see vampire killers or vampires either! apparently all they want are demented madmen running around in ski-masks hacking up young virgins"-Peter Vincent from Fright Night.
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      • 1 year 7 months ago
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      Around 1984 if I remember correctly. I thought it was OK, but too much political stuff for me at age 13. The Punisher and Jon Sable were my focus at the time.
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        • 1 year 7 months ago
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        It was mentioned a lot in Wizard magazine through the 90s, but the trade paperback wasn't really available. Sadly I didn't read it until 2004-ish. I recently picked up some issues at a toy show and I'd never seen single issues before, but they're actually not that valuable.
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