History Comicbook / MagnusRobotFighter

21st May '16 1:54:19 PM Doug86
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Currently, DynamiteComics has started four new series for Gold Key alumni Magnus, ComicBook/{{Turok}}, ComicBook/DoctorSolar, and Doctor Spektor.

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Currently, DynamiteComics Creator/DynamiteComics has started four new series for Gold Key alumni Magnus, ComicBook/{{Turok}}, ComicBook/DoctorSolar, and Doctor Spektor.
21st May '16 1:37:18 PM Doug86
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A [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] [[{{Comics}} comic book]] hero, originally published by GoldKeyComics in the 1960's. He was revived by ValiantComics in the 1990's, and has appeared sporadically under other publishers' banners since then.

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A [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] [[{{Comics}} comic book]] hero, originally published by GoldKeyComics Creator/GoldKeyComics in the 1960's. 1960s. He was revived by ValiantComics in the 1990's, 1990s, and has appeared sporadically under other publishers' banners since then.



* GoldKeyComics

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* GoldKeyComicsCreator/GoldKeyComics



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Leeja's dad Senator Clane in the GoldKeyComics. He becomes a little more ambiguous in the 90's version for being narrow-minded, but he's still a mostly sympathetic character.

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Leeja's dad Senator Clane in the GoldKeyComics.Creator/GoldKeyComics. He becomes a little more ambiguous in the 90's version for being narrow-minded, but he's still a mostly sympathetic character.
4th May '16 9:14:39 AM EvilMidnightLurker
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* OhCrap: Magnus and 1-A get one of these in Magnus #0: after (in the original run) a year or two of fighting the occasional accidental rogue robot, fairly easily mopped up, they hear the following message over the robot communications frequency:

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* OhCrap: Magnus and 1-A get one of these in Valiant's Magnus #0: #1: after (in the original run) a year or two of fighting the occasional accidental rogue robot, fairly easily mopped up, they hear the following message over the robot communications frequency:
25th Dec '15 6:17:18 PM nombretomado
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A SilverAge [[{{Comics}} comic book]] hero, originally published by GoldKeyComics in the 1960's. He was revived by ValiantComics in the 1990's, and has appeared sporadically under other publishers' banners since then.

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A SilverAge [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] [[{{Comics}} comic book]] hero, originally published by GoldKeyComics in the 1960's. He was revived by ValiantComics in the 1990's, and has appeared sporadically under other publishers' banners since then.



So it goes for a while, and then [[BizarroEpisode aliens invade.]] Specifically, alien ''robots'' called the Malevs who had appeared in the SilverAge series, but had been a minor plot element there. Here, they arrive, co-opt most of the existing robot population, and conquer the Earth. All of the original plot arcs are overwhelmed by the fight against the alien invaders. While the Malev War certainly has strong fans among the Valiant Comics fanbase, it can also be argued that it drastically derailed the basic premise of the comic. Here we get a RobotWar, but ironically, it's one that has little to do with the original human/robot conflict. The war does end, eventually; [[spoiler: but not well for Earth's robots.]]

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So it goes for a while, and then [[BizarroEpisode aliens invade.]] Specifically, alien ''robots'' called the Malevs who had appeared in the SilverAge UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}} series, but had been a minor plot element there. Here, they arrive, co-opt most of the existing robot population, and conquer the Earth. All of the original plot arcs are overwhelmed by the fight against the alien invaders. While the Malev War certainly has strong fans among the Valiant Comics fanbase, it can also be argued that it drastically derailed the basic premise of the comic. Here we get a RobotWar, but ironically, it's one that has little to do with the original human/robot conflict. The war does end, eventually; [[spoiler: but not well for Earth's robots.]]
18th Sep '15 2:33:55 AM StFan
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Currently, DynamiteComics has started four new series for Gold Key alumni Magnus, [[{{Comicbook/Turok}} Turok,]] DoctorSolar, and Doctor Spektor.

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Currently, DynamiteComics has started four new series for Gold Key alumni Magnus, [[{{Comicbook/Turok}} Turok,]] DoctorSolar, ComicBook/{{Turok}}, ComicBook/DoctorSolar, and Doctor Spektor.



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14th Apr '15 5:51:22 PM nombretomado
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* CrapsackWorld: The Valiant version certainly had [[DarkAge elements of this,]] but the Dark Horse version seems, well, [[IncrediblyLamePun darker.]]

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* CrapsackWorld: The Valiant version certainly had [[DarkAge [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks elements of this,]] but the Dark Horse version seems, well, [[IncrediblyLamePun darker.]]



* DarkAge: The Malev War.
7th Apr '15 7:50:33 PM HelloLamppost
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A SilverAge [[{{Comics}} comic book]] hero, originally published by GoldKeyComics in the 1960's. He was revived by ValiantComics in the 1990's, and has appeared sporadically under other publishers' banners since then. Most recently, the title has been revived by Creator/DarkHorseComics and is being written by Creator/JimShooter, who had been the head of Valiant back in the day.

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A SilverAge [[{{Comics}} comic book]] hero, originally published by GoldKeyComics in the 1960's. He was revived by ValiantComics in the 1990's, and has appeared sporadically under other publishers' banners since then. Most recently, the title has been revived by Creator/DarkHorseComics and is being written by Creator/JimShooter, who had been the head of Valiant back in the day.\n
15th Mar '15 12:56:03 PM EvilMidnightLurker
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* BoomerangBigot: 1A, one of the first freewill robots, cannot accept the idea of other freewills being anything but a dire threat to humanity and insists that they must all be destroyed or "repaired."
9th Feb '15 10:56:25 PM HelloLamppost
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* ContinuityReboot: The current Creator/DarkHorseComics version, as well as a few short-lived revivials since Valiant folded.

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* ContinuityReboot: The current Creator/DarkHorseComics version, as well as a few short-lived revivials since Valiant folded.Every revival ''except'' the one from Valiant.
31st Dec '14 5:51:11 PM nombretomado
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A SilverAge [[{{Comics}} comic book]] hero, originally published by GoldKeyComics in the 1960's. He was revived by ValiantComics in the 1990's, and has appeared sporadically under other publishers' banners since then. Most recently, the title has been revived by Creator/DarkHorseComics and is being written by JimShooter, who had been the head of Valiant back in the day.

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A SilverAge [[{{Comics}} comic book]] hero, originally published by GoldKeyComics in the 1960's. He was revived by ValiantComics in the 1990's, and has appeared sporadically under other publishers' banners since then. Most recently, the title has been revived by Creator/DarkHorseComics and is being written by JimShooter, Creator/JimShooter, who had been the head of Valiant back in the day.



* JimShooter: Was in charge of ValiantComics, and is currently writing the Creator/DarkHorseComics version.

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* JimShooter: Creator/JimShooter: Was in charge of ValiantComics, and is currently writing the Creator/DarkHorseComics version.
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