Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Space: 1999 and Rocket Raccoon


Considering this issue's number, I couldn't resist...  and speaking of which, that means tomorrow is Issue #2000!

Regular visitors know that for anniversary issues, I present a "100-Page Giant" comic.  Often I will receive kind comments along the lines of, "I wish this was a real comic, I'd love to read it." Well, tomorrow, the comic really will be 100 pages, and you will actually see all of the scenes on the cover play themselves out.  So, set some time aside and come back for...

THE STF #2000 100-PAGE SPECTACULAR!

18 comments:

Patrick Carey said...

You are too good to us.

Anonymous said...

As I won't be online when issue 2000 hits the virtual shelves tomorrow, I'll say this now, "I wish this was a real series, I'd love to subscribe to it."

AirDave said...

The perfect team-up for issue 1999!
The one team-up I would love to see is a Batman-The Thing team-up featuring The Mole Man and Killer Croc. Batman and The Thing are probably my favorite team-ups from the blog. And pretty much any team-up featuring the Teen Titans...

Congratulations on reaching 2000 issues! Daily issues!

Cary Killingbeck said...

Nice! Looks like Koenig is punching out a prototype storm trooper.

Cary Killingbeck said...

P.S.---RIP, Mr. Landau. You will be missed. :-(

harry bean said...

Need Star trek and space1999 to meet
Kirk hits on Maya

Ross said...

That one is on here, Harry.

Los Thunderlads said...

Wow, I can hardly wait!

Bob Greenwade said...

Before even seeing tomorrow's issue, I shall dub the day Wonder Wednesday.

Also I'm hoping to see the following 17 issues recognize their corresponding years (well, at least one of them, not much caring which one).

And even though it's a year and a half away, I'm already anticipating #2500!

Mike Shirley said...

How about a Space 1999 mashup with Spider-Man 2099 (Or any other 2099 heroes) sometime :D
Can't wait to see the big 2000 tomorrow!

Anonymous said...

Maybe that Rocket is Maya ;)

Ken Roskos said...

I just found out that Martin Landau worked as an artist for awhile: http://potrzebie.blogspot.com/2010/11/martin-landau-cartoonist.html?m=1
http://www.newsfromme.com/2017/07/16/martin-landau-r-p/

mindful webworker said...

Oboy oboy oboy, was there ever such anticipation of the next issue? Wow-in advance.

Hope you're pacing yourself. Wouldn't want you to suffer blogger burnout before you reach, oh, #5000 (and beyyyooooond).

RIP Landau. Never watched 1999, but I watched a lot of Mission Impossible.

Ross said...

Mike Shirley - I like that idea.

Phylo97 said...

Great to see Space 1999 represented here. I remember it fondly, though for me it was outclassed by the Anderson's U.F.O.

AS FOR STF 2000, I'd love to see the ultimate team up, Betty and Veronica and Lois Lane and Lana Lang. With B & V going after Supes, and L & L trying to rob the cradle and get Archie.

Phylo97 said...

Great to see Space 1999 represented here. I remember it fondly, though for me it was outclassed by the Anderson's U.F.O.

AS FOR STF 2000, I'd love to see the ultimate team up, Betty and Veronica and Lois Lane and Lana Lang. With B & V going after Supes, and L & L trying to rob the cradle and get Archie.

Simreeve said...

Blogger Phylo97 said...
"AS FOR STF 2000, I'd love to see the ultimate team up, Betty and Veronica and Lois Lane and Lana Lang. With B & V going after Supes, and L & L trying to rob the cradle and get Archie."

You did already know that DC & Archie are officially releasing a Betty & Veronica / Harley & Ivy team-up very shortly, right?

Simreeve said...

Simreeve said...
"You did already know that DC & Archie are officially releasing a Betty & Veronica / Harley & Ivy team-up very shortly, right?"

First issue just released. Amusing. Recommended.

^_^

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