Alf, the adorable alien from Melmac, made a huge splash in the 1980s and won over comic book readers of all ages. His clever jokes, insatiable craving for cats, and constant longing to return home resonated with audiences, instantly making him a fan-favorite. In the world of comics, there are a couple of standout series that have captivated readers worldwide. Two prime examples are “The Boys” and “The Walking Dead.”
Despite belonging to different genres, both offer gripping and distinct stories that keep fans hooked. “The Boys” is a gritty and dark superhero comic that presents a world where superheroes are corrupt and frequently misuse their powers. The series follows a group of vigilantes called The Boys, who strive to expose and bring down these corrupt superheroes. With its bold storytelling and intense action, “The Boys” offers an unconventional take on the superhero genre, exploring themes of power, corruption, and redemption.
On the other hand, “The Walking Dead” is a horror comic set in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by zombies. It delves deep into the human psyche and examines the lengths people will go to survive in an unforgiving world. Through its character-driven storytelling and heart-stopping suspense, “The Walking Dead” has become a cultural phenomenon, even inspiring a highly successful TV series.
|The comic was published in the style of a newspaper of the future, with the front page usually dedicated to fictional news stories set in the worlds of Fireball XL5, Stingray, Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons and other stories.
|Rick & Morty
|The same comic as above in all but name. Relaunched with “Century” removed.
|Starting out as COUNTDOWN for the first 58 weeks the comic was relaunched as TV Action + Countdown before dropping “Countdown” after issue 100.
|The Walking Dead
|TV Comic was a British comic book magazine published weekly from 9 November 1951 until 29 June 1984. Featuring stories based on television series running at the time of publication, it was the first British comic to be based around TV programmes. It ran for a total of 1,697 issues.
|TV Tornado was a TV-related anthology published from 14th January 1967 to 14th September 1968, a total of 88 issues. Strips and characters featured included Batman, Superman, Tarzan, The Phantom, Bonanza, The Man from U.N.C.L.E, The Green Hornet, The Saint, The Lone Ranger, Magnus Robot Fighter, The Invaders and Flash Gordon, plus features on subjects including Doctor Who and The Avengers. It was eventually merged with TV Century 21. Along the way, it absorbed the failed title Solo.
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