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8th Oct '17 6:42:51 PM nombretomado
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* There was a small 3-D comic book included with the {{Infocom}} InteractiveFiction game ''VideoGame/LeatherGoddessesOfPhobos''. It contained several clues to puzzles within the game.

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* There was a small 3-D comic book included with the {{Infocom}} Creator/{{Infocom}} InteractiveFiction game ''VideoGame/LeatherGoddessesOfPhobos''. It contained several clues to puzzles within the game.
5th Mar '17 5:32:48 PM nombretomado
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* The 3D Man was a retcon 1950s MarvelComics superhero who was created in the 1970s in ''Marvel Premiere''. The 3D Man was a combination of a man and his missing brother, who transformed using a pair of glasses and had a red and green costume. He had three times the abilities of a normal man. In modern times, an AffirmativeActionLegacy character is 3D Man.

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* The 3D Man was a retcon 1950s MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics superhero who was created in the 1970s in ''Marvel Premiere''. The 3D Man was a combination of a man and his missing brother, who transformed using a pair of glasses and had a red and green costume. He had three times the abilities of a normal man. In modern times, an AffirmativeActionLegacy character is 3D Man.
30th Apr '16 5:53:08 AM MacronNotes
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The 3D comic book began as a brief fad slightly after the start of the ThreeDMovie fad, in 1953. The first 3D comic book was ''ThreeDimensionComics'' and starred WesternAnimation/MightyMouse. After that, many different comics came out, but they only lasted one or a few issues; the comics were expensive (25 cents when others were 10 cents) and sold mostly as novelties, which got old quickly. By the end of the year, the fad was dead.

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The 3D comic book began as a brief fad slightly after the start of the ThreeDMovie UsefulNotes/ThreeDMovie fad, in 1953. The first 3D comic book was ''ThreeDimensionComics'' and starred WesternAnimation/MightyMouse. After that, many different comics came out, but they only lasted one or a few issues; the comics were expensive (25 cents when others were 10 cents) and sold mostly as novelties, which got old quickly. By the end of the year, the fad was dead.
6th Mar '16 10:08:19 AM nombretomado
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* Captain 3-D was a comic book SuperHero created in 1953 by Simon and Kirby (the creators of CaptainAmerica). It was printed in anaglyphs and used the 3-D as a theme for the hero, he lived as a drawing in a book and sprang to life when someone looked at him trough red/blue glasses. It lasted one single issue.

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* Captain 3-D was a comic book SuperHero created in 1953 by Simon and Kirby (the creators of CaptainAmerica).ComicBook/CaptainAmerica). It was printed in anaglyphs and used the 3-D as a theme for the hero, he lived as a drawing in a book and sprang to life when someone looked at him trough red/blue glasses. It lasted one single issue.
26th Dec '15 9:34:47 PM nombretomado
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Note that 3D comics of this era didn't star superheroes (except for Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/{{Batman}}) because the fad happened during UsefulNotes/TheInterregnum, when UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks had died down but TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks hadn't started.

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Note that 3D comics of this era didn't star superheroes (except for Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/{{Batman}}) because the fad happened during UsefulNotes/TheInterregnum, when UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks had died down but TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks hadn't started.
31st Oct '15 4:46:07 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheBeano 3D summer annual 2011'' was as the name suggests a 3D Beano annual with a number of 3D comic strips.

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* ''TheBeano ''ComicBook/TheBeano 3D summer annual 2011'' was as the name suggests a 3D Beano annual with a number of 3D comic strips.
12th Oct '15 3:47:43 AM C2
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* Regular characters who had 3D comic books included ComicBook/{{Miracleman}}, ComicBook/MsTree, [[ComicBook/CherryComics Cherry]] and the DNAgents, and the Franchise/{{Transformers}}. (While Creator/MarvelComics were running their [[ComicBook/TheTransformers Transformers series]]. Hasbro apparently felt that 3D comics were separate enough that Marvel's rights weren't violated).

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* Regular characters who had 3D comic books included ComicBook/{{Miracleman}}, ComicBook/MsTree, [[ComicBook/CherryComics Cherry]] and the DNAgents, and the Franchise/{{Transformers}}. (While Creator/MarvelComics were running their [[ComicBook/TheTransformers Transformers series]]. series]]; Hasbro apparently felt that 3D comics were separate enough that Marvel's rights weren't violated).
12th Oct '15 3:47:24 AM C2
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* Regular characters who had 3D comic books included ComicBook/{{Miracleman}}, ComicBook/MsTree, [[ComicBook/CherryComics Cherry]] and the DNAgents, and the Franchise/{{Transformers}} (While Creator/MarvelComics were running their [[ComicBook/TheTransformers Transformers series]]. Hasbro apparently felt that 3D comics were separate enough that Marvel's rights weren't violated.)

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* Regular characters who had 3D comic books included ComicBook/{{Miracleman}}, ComicBook/MsTree, [[ComicBook/CherryComics Cherry]] and the DNAgents, and the Franchise/{{Transformers}} Franchise/{{Transformers}}. (While Creator/MarvelComics were running their [[ComicBook/TheTransformers Transformers series]]. Hasbro apparently felt that 3D comics were separate enough that Marvel's rights weren't violated.)
violated).
12th Oct '15 3:47:02 AM C2
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* Regular characters who had 3D comic books included ComicBook/{{Miracleman}}, ComicBook/MsTree, [[ComicBook/CherryComics Cherry]] and the DNAgents, and the Franchise/{{Transformers}}.

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* Regular characters who had 3D comic books included ComicBook/{{Miracleman}}, ComicBook/MsTree, [[ComicBook/CherryComics Cherry]] and the DNAgents, and the Franchise/{{Transformers}}.
Franchise/{{Transformers}} (While Creator/MarvelComics were running their [[ComicBook/TheTransformers Transformers series]]. Hasbro apparently felt that 3D comics were separate enough that Marvel's rights weren't violated.)
12th Oct '15 3:43:13 AM C2
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* Regular characters who had 3D comic books included ComicBook/{{Miracleman}}, ComicBook/MsTree, [[ComicBook/CherryComics Cherry]] and the DNAgents.

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* Regular characters who had 3D comic books included ComicBook/{{Miracleman}}, ComicBook/MsTree, [[ComicBook/CherryComics Cherry]] and the DNAgents.
DNAgents, and the Franchise/{{Transformers}}.
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