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Echo of Futurepast Adult Fantasy Sci-Fi Comics (1984-1986)| Issues 1-9 | Continuity Publishing

Echo of Futurepast Adult Fantasy Sci-Fi Comics (1984-1986)| Issues 1-9 | Continuity Publishing

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Introducing the Echo of Futurepast Collection – An extraordinary American comic book/magazine series brought to you by Continuity Comics during the years 1984 to 1986. This captivating series marked the dynamic debut of Bucky O'Hare in the comic book realm, alongside the vibrant introduction of Torpedo in full color. Crafted for an audience akin to enthusiasts of Heavy Metal and Epic Illustrated, it carried a disclaimer, advising its suitability for mature readers due to its inclusion of nudity, sexuality, and violence. Each edition showcased an array of narratives by various authors, blending original content with reprints and translations from international comic anthology sources.

Featured Narratives
Within the pages of Echo of Futurepast, eleven captivating stories unfolded:

1.AE-35 (issues #6-9): Penned by Tim Ryan, illustrated by William Jungkuntz and Neal Adams. Eagerly anticipated continuation in issue #10.

2. Bucky O'Hare (issues #1-6): Conceived and scripted by Larry Hama, brought to life by the artistic prowess of Michael Golden. This narrative expanded into the Bucky O'Hare saga, making its mark in 1984 and evolving into a televised series, a coveted toy line, and immersive video games.

3. The Damned City (issues #7-9): Crafted by Ricardo Barreiro, visualized by Juan Giménez. Anticipated continuation in issue #10.

4. Frankenstein-Count Dracula-Werewolf (issues #1-5): Authored by Neal Adams. Previously released as a combined record and comic book by Power Records.[3]
Hom (issues #2-5): Created by Carlos Giménez

6. Mudwogs (issues #1-5): Brought to life by Arthur Suydam. Certain elements were previously showcased in Heavy Metal.[1]

7. Star Rat (issue #8): Crafted by Goran Delić

8. Tippie Toe Jones (issues #1, 5–9): Conceived and written by Lindley Farley, illustrated by Louis Mitchell. Awaited continuation in issue #10.

9. Torpedo (issues #6-9): Woven by Enrique Sánchez Abulí, visual magnificence by Alex Toth/Jordi Bernet. Originally published sans color in the Spanish magazine Creepy. Awaited continuation in issue #10.

10. Tuxedo Junction (issue #2): A creation by Stephano Negrini and Enea Riboldi

11. Virus (issues #1, 3–4, 6–7): Fashioned by Jean Teulé

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