1985: Black Hole Repo #1
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1985: Black Hole Repo #1

Writer: Seth Sherwood, Michael Moreci Artist: John Bivens Publisher: Heavy Metal Release Date: November 1, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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Welcome to an alternate 1985 where the space race never slowed down, where the push away from Earth relies on duct tape, analog computers, and unstable solid rocket fuel. It's the worst. Max, Roach, Doc, and Bear are the dregs of the cosmos. Punks. Losers. Dropouts. They make cash repossessing the starships of deadbeats who don't make their payments. When they unknowingly jack a mysterious ship, they find themselves thrust into a conflict between the US and USSR. Targeted by American cyborg assassins, mad Soviet agents, Japanese video hackers, and every degenerate space punk bounty hunter between the Earth and Moon, their apolitical nihilisti more

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    Comic Bastards - Ben Snyder Nov 1, 2017

    1985 Black Hole Repo #1 is nothing if not unexceptional as it attempts to recreate the heavy metal aesthetic it so admires. It falters on some key aspects namely its characters and overall storyline, but it seems as though this story isn't intent on delivering a groundbreaking and emotional story. 1985 Black Hole Repo is more focused on delivering a fun and enjoyable ride, which it doesn't necessarily deliver on. Read Full Review

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