Invasion 1984 - Storm Squad

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Invasion 1984 - Storm Squad

Postby Claymore » 07 Mar 2018 21:55

Giant Alien spaceships appear over the earth they quickly prove to be hostile devastating cities around the world, in desperation the last remnants of the military launch a nuclear attack only to find the ships have an impenetrable force field.

Can anything prevent the destruction of the human race, find out in Independence Day ---- OH WAIT A MINUTE this is not a 1996 film it's a 1983 comic strip from battle comic .

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it may not be as high quality scans as the BFTB comics but if anyone want to see the adventures of Storm Squad posted her let me know
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Re: Invasion 1984 - Storm Squad

Postby Chopper » 07 Mar 2018 23:25

Invasion: 1984 was one of my favorites. I never understood why it wasn't so popular. Good story, great art.... pure BAF.
Let me tell you, Gunner La-De-Dah Graham, the British Army can fight anything! Intimate or not!
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Re: Invasion 1984 - Storm Squad

Postby Double-Tap » 08 Mar 2018 08:18

Would love to see them, Claymore

One of my favs too, Chops.
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Re: Invasion 1984 - Storm Squad

Postby Hopper » 30 Aug 2018 13:58

Totally agree, this and Charley's War really grabbed me as a youngster.
The disease spreading, the futility of fighting, the disintegrating lasers, the bleak existence, the fact that the main characters kept dying... frightening stuff for an 8 year old.
Nah, you can stuff your Fists of Fury and Truck Turpin - Invasion 1984 was the shizzle.
A crime it is not more widely praised.
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