I just enjoyed a blog article by Steve Goble on Spider-Man and Zoids. I enjoyed it as I read that Marvel UK comic every week back in 86, so Steve's piece was a nostaglic trip.
He goes into detail about the differences between the original US comics and the British reprints throughout the entire 51 issue series.
Except he wrote that he didn't have issue 51, and so missed the end of the series. I felt his pain, and leapt to his rescue.
If you can stomach two grown men waxing lyrical about mid 80s Marvel comics, have a look here.
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