History Comicbook / JetDream

21st May '16 1:34:55 PM Doug86
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'''Original GoldKeyComics Comic Book Feature'''

The ''Jet Dream'' feature first appeared in GoldKeyComics' ''Series/TheManFromUncle'' ComicBookAdaptation, between July 1966 and April 1969 (cover dates.) The opposite of {{DecompressedComic}}s, each of these 16 stories was a mere four pages in length. (Other than sharing a book and an espionage theme, ''Jet Dream'' and ''The Man From UNCLE'' were completely unrelated.) In June 1968 (cover date), the first and only issue of Jet Dream's own title, with a full-length story, appeared.

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'''Original GoldKeyComics Creator/GoldKeyComics Comic Book Feature'''

The ''Jet Dream'' feature first appeared in GoldKeyComics' Creator/GoldKeyComics' ''Series/TheManFromUncle'' ComicBookAdaptation, between July 1966 and April 1969 (cover dates.) The opposite of {{DecompressedComic}}s, each of these 16 stories was a mere four pages in length. (Other than sharing a book and an espionage theme, ''Jet Dream'' and ''The Man From UNCLE'' were completely unrelated.) In June 1968 (cover date), the first and only issue of Jet Dream's own title, with a full-length story, appeared.
13th Jul '15 11:15:49 AM nombretomado
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The ''Jet Dream'' feature first appeared in GoldKeyComics' ''TheManFromUNCLE'' ComicBookAdaptation, between July 1966 and April 1969 (cover dates.) The opposite of {{DecompressedComic}}s, each of these 16 stories was a mere four pages in length. (Other than sharing a book and an espionage theme, ''Jet Dream'' and ''The Man From UNCLE'' were completely unrelated.) In June 1968 (cover date), the first and only issue of Jet Dream's own title, with a full-length story, appeared.

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The ''Jet Dream'' feature first appeared in GoldKeyComics' ''TheManFromUNCLE'' ''Series/TheManFromUncle'' ComicBookAdaptation, between July 1966 and April 1969 (cover dates.) The opposite of {{DecompressedComic}}s, each of these 16 stories was a mere four pages in length. (Other than sharing a book and an espionage theme, ''Jet Dream'' and ''The Man From UNCLE'' were completely unrelated.) In June 1968 (cover date), the first and only issue of Jet Dream's own title, with a full-length story, appeared.
30th Mar '15 10:33:27 AM Patachou
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* FemmeFataleSpy: All of them.



* MataHari: All of them.
25th Oct '14 10:21:44 AM FGJHRFTYHJU
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30th Oct '13 8:19:03 PM nombretomado
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The series premise appears to have been strongly influenced by both ''{{Blackhawk}}'' and the Pussy Galore character in ''Film/{{Goldfinger}}'', who had an all-female "Flying Circus." Likewise, the "Stunt-Girl Counterspies" were a team of female fliers and spies, but fighting for the good guys (while also, for reasons never adequately explained, working "day jobs" as Hollywood [[StuntDouble stuntwomen]].)

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The series premise appears to have been strongly influenced by both ''{{Blackhawk}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Blackhawk}}'' and the Pussy Galore character in ''Film/{{Goldfinger}}'', who had an all-female "Flying Circus." Likewise, the "Stunt-Girl Counterspies" were a team of female fliers and spies, but fighting for the good guys (while also, for reasons never adequately explained, working "day jobs" as Hollywood [[StuntDouble stuntwomen]].)



* {{Expy}}: {{Blackhawk}} and/or [[Film/{{Goldfinger}} Pussy Galore]].

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* {{Expy}}: {{Blackhawk}} ComicBook/{{Blackhawk}} and/or [[Film/{{Goldfinger}} Pussy Galore]].
15th Sep '12 6:05:46 PM lokiskywalker
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: How the hell else do you explain that title?
1st Aug '12 3:06:13 AM suedenim
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The ''Jet Dream'' feature first appeared in GoldKeyComics' ''TheManFromUNCLE'' ComicBookAdaptation, between July 1966 and April 1969 (cover dates.) Each of these 16 stories was a mere four pages in length. (Other than sharing a book and an espionage theme, ''Jet Dream'' and ''The Man From UNCLE'' were completely unrelated.) In June 1968 (cover date), the first and only issue of Jet Dream's own title, with a full-length story, appeared.

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The ''Jet Dream'' feature first appeared in GoldKeyComics' ''TheManFromUNCLE'' ComicBookAdaptation, between July 1966 and April 1969 (cover dates.) Each The opposite of {{DecompressedComic}}s, each of these 16 stories was a mere four pages in length. (Other than sharing a book and an espionage theme, ''Jet Dream'' and ''The Man From UNCLE'' were completely unrelated.) In June 1968 (cover date), the first and only issue of Jet Dream's own title, with a full-length story, appeared.


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* CharacterFocus: Marlene and Ting-a-Ling each got two.
1st Aug '12 2:57:40 AM suedenim
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* YouNoTakeCandle: Ting-a-Ling's speech pattern in early stories. Thankfully, it never got as bad as AsianSpeekeeEngrish.
1st Aug '12 2:55:12 AM suedenim
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* EthnicScrappy: Ting-a-Ling is a pretty mild version. She's as competent as all the other Stunt-Girls, and by the time of her last CharacterFocus story, she speaks perfectly fluent colloquial American English, losing the YouNoTakeCandle speech patterns of earlier stories. But there's still that name....
1st Aug '12 2:54:43 AM suedenim
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* EthnicScrappy: Ting-a-Ling is a pretty mild version. She's as competent as all the other Stunt-Girls, and by the time of her last CharacterFocus story, she speaks perfectly fluent colloquial American English, losing the YouNoTakeCandle speech patterns of earlier stories. But there's still that name....
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