Thursday, 20 February 2014

PART TWO OF STARBURST COVER GALLERY...



Here are the next six covers in our STARBURST gallery, bringing
the total thus far to eighteen.  There'll be another six in a future post, frantic
ones.  Looking at these covers today, doesn't it seem like the movies featured
on them only came out a couple of years back, instead of the thirty-plus it
actually was?  Oo-er, I'm beginning to feel old. 





8 comments:

John Pitt said...

I wouldn't object should you wish to show us ALL the Marvel Starburst covers!

Colin Jones said...

They are in the right order now - I wasn't complaining,I just thought I'd mention it. Whenever I visit this blog I always seem to spend ages reading your old posts - I've just been reading your epic ding-dong with various anonymous commenters from November 2012 over The Dandy. I can see now why you don't have anonymous comments anymore - I wouldn't fancy going through that everyday! By the way, I totally agree that Tracey Emin is sh*te - how these people get away with it is beyond me!

Kid said...

I only have the first two years in an unbroken run, JP, and occasional issues after that. Don't worry 'though - I'm sure to have something to pique your interest.

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Didn't think you were complaining for a second, Col. In fact, I'm glad you mentioned it. As for those comments you refer to - they didn't bother me one bit. It was comments relating to what was happening on a comics forum I was briefly a member of - they didn't even pertain to what was on my blog.

Gey Blabby said...

Good to see some of these again, although that might be the most boring image I've ever seen from an Alien film.

About Buck Rogers, Kid: I'm convinced that I saw it at a cinema in Paisley, but others know it only as a TV show. Am I getting it mixed up with something else or was it released as a film in the UK?

Kid said...

Without checking, GB, I think it was the pilot episode (perhaps with extra footage, but it may have been movie-length to start with) that was shown in cinemas over here, so you doubtless did see it on the big screen.

Paul McScotty -Muir said...

Gey, you are correct there was indeed a Buck Rogers made for TV movie that was released in 1979 in cinemas (quite successful) . As Kid says it was the same as the TV movie with a few exrtas -the success of this prompted the TV series.

Colin Jones said...

The second series/season of Buck Rogers always seems to get a bad name (the one with Hawk and Wilfred Hyde-White) but it seemed okay to me - I could have done without that annoying little robot,Twiki,though.

Kid said...

The robot was okay - anyway, I only watched it for the fit burd.

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