LA vuelta de ADOLESCENT RADIOACTIVE BLACK BELT HAMSTERS NOOOOOOOO Q HIJOS...
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#1 LA vuelta de ADOLESCENT RADIOACTIVE BLACK BELT HAMSTERS NOOOOOOOO Q HIJOS...
ya estan en cualqiera..
titulo maso menos de la b copia de las tmnt mortal q surgio en eclipse de los 80 y no paso nada...
por dios esperemos que no se pongan a revivir a todas estas cosas que fracasaron en los 80 y eran vomitivias ojo los hamsters tenian su chapa..pero al lado de las ninjas ni en pedo competian....
pero tambien hay otros como los koalas o kanguros que eran desgarradores...
los numeros de esto te los regalan en inet por 50 centavitos..
si el tp trae todo y es barato qien sabe qizs me lo compre...
Hey the Turtles have made a resurgence, so why not one of their better known and better produced parodies?
Dynamite Entertainment has today confirmed for Newsarama that it has reached an agreement with creator Don Chin to begin publishing a new comic book series (and collections of previous and upcoming material) featuring Chins Adolescent Radioactive Black Belt Hamsters. In addition, Dynamite will also be able to produce collectibles based on the property.
For those scratching their heads, Adolescent Radioactive Black Belt Hamsters, was written and created by Don Chin and originally illustrated by Parsonavich and later by Sam Kieth. Originally published by Eclipse Comics from 1986-1989, the series ran for nine issues, and spun off special issues such as Adolescent Radioactive Black Belt Hamsters in 3-D; Clint: Hamster Triumphant; and Adolescent Radioactive Black Belt Hamsters Massacre the Japanese Invasion.
The series told the adventures of four hamsters, Chuck, Bruce, Jackie and Clint who were sent into space by the United Nations in an attempt to obliterate a huge blob of radioactive space jell-o that threatened to engulf the earth and wipe out all life.
Hey it was the 80s.
Oh, and it gets better.
Needless to say, the hamsters sacrificed their lives by self-destructing their rocket ship in the heart of the gelatinous mass, which sent them hurtling back to earth to the Himalayas covered with the strange glowing goo. There they were found by a wandering Buddhist monk who sees their arrival as an answer to ancient prophecy--so they are trained in the ways of the martial arts to one day rid the world of corruption.
A nod to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles which were lighting up the indy comics scene at the time, Chin dreamed up the hamsters in a biology class at Humboldt State University in the 1980's as a parody of the Turtles, and truth be told, ARBH was one of the better parodies of the Turtles that seemed to decrease in quality as the versions grew in number.
About the deal, Chin said: "I'm very excited to be entering into this relationship with Dynamite Entertainment, as they have a proven reputation for great art and stories and have shown a keen eye for turning licensed properties into hot comic book titles such as Army of Darkness, Battlestar Galactica and Red Sonja. I have long wanted to re-introduce the "Adolescent Radioactive Black Belt Hamsters" to a new generation of fans who might be looking for a very funny, action-packed series and to the original fans who have kept asking me when they were going to return out of hibernation. With so many 1980's retro-titles being sought after for comics and movies (Transformers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, etc.), it seemed like a natural fit to bring the Black Belt Hamsters back"
Weve been working with Don for a good long while to make this happen and today Im pleased to announce that the Adolescent Radioactive Black Belt Hamsters have found a new home at Dynamite, Dynamites Nick Barrucci said. This is a series which has the potential to not only be a lot of fun, but to be a great jumping on point for kids as well as regular comic fans! Were thrilled at the creative possibilities of this series and have big things in store for these characters in a new comic book series.
Publishing plans and a creative team will be named soon, according to Dynamite.
q lastima que no puede volver panda kahn gran titulo de funny animals...