Starslayer (1982-1985) #1

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Published February, 1982 (Bronze Age) by Pacific Comics and went on sale in 1982 for $1.00 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $15.00 USD.

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Boomcoach
3.5

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I was looking at the Starslayer comics because they are where Grimjack got his start. I got a decent deal on all 34 issues, so I picked them up. While the story is very basic in the first issue, setting up the personality of Torin, but not yet getting him into his ultimate universe until the last page. The art is very solid. Mike Grell does a great job penciling action. I am less impressed with the colorist (Steve Oliff) whose work on this first issue is very uneven.

OmegaXIIV
2.5

by on 7/27/2013 2:18:00 PM
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Starslayer (1982-1985) #1