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The ThunderCats comic book series was based on the original television series of the same name . It was originally published by Marvel Comics through its Star Comics imprint in 1985, lasting for 3 years and 24 issues. [1] During this time, a new series was published by Marvel UK consisting of 129 issues and was also published for three years. [2] Beginning in 2002 Thundercats titles were published by Wildstorm Productions , and including 5 mini-series and several one-shots . [3] [4]

In December of 1985 , Star Comics published the first issue of ThunderCats . Publication was bimonthly for the first 8 issues, and then switched to a monthly publication schedule for the remainder of the series, ending in June of 1988 . [1]

During Star Comics' run, Marvel UK published the first issue of their line of ThunderCats comics in March of 1987 . Unlike Star Comics, Marvel UK's issues were published weekly until issue #84, when it became a biweekly publication. Issue #95 began the start of monthly publication which lasted until issue #105, when a biweekly publishing schedule was resumed up to #129, the final issue, in January of 1991 . [5]

ThunderCats is an American franchise featuring a fictional group of cat-like humanoid aliens. The characters were created by Tobin "Ted" Wolf and originally featured in an animated television series named ThunderCats , running from 1985 to 1989, which was animated by Japanese studio Pacific Animation Corporation. [1]

The original ThunderCats show was animated in Japan [2] while being produced, written and voice acted in the United States. The series was originally distributed by Rankin-Bass Productions' then parent company Telepictures Corporation , which would later merge with Lorimar Productions in 1986. [3]

In January 1989, Lorimar-Telepictures was purchased by and folded into Warner Bros. , whose television syndication arm would eventually assume distribution of the show; Warner Bros. has had the rights to the series (and all Lorimar-Telepictures programming) from that point on.

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WildStorm Productions was founded in 1992 as an independent American comic publisher and was purchased by DC Comics in 1999, which used it for separate imprints in a separate comics universe. As of September 2010, DC Comics announced plans to end the imprint and absorb some of the characters under the larger DC banner in the future.

Several ThunderCats comics were produced by WildStorm, most of which were five-part story arcs . There were also several one-shot comics and crossovers. Most of these comics tried to follow the storylines of the original series either as independent stories or sequels to the main storylines. There was also in addition to the comics a sourcebook .

This initial series was labeled ThunderCats on the comic covers, it is five issues long. The overall story is a continuation of the animated series, picking up where it left off.

The ThunderCats comic book series was based on the original television series of the same name . It was originally published by Marvel Comics through its Star Comics imprint in 1985, lasting for 3 years and 24 issues. [1] During this time, a new series was published by Marvel UK consisting of 129 issues and was also published for three years. [2] Beginning in 2002 Thundercats titles were published by Wildstorm Productions , and including 5 mini-series and several one-shots . [3] [4]

In December of 1985 , Star Comics published the first issue of ThunderCats . Publication was bimonthly for the first 8 issues, and then switched to a monthly publication schedule for the remainder of the series, ending in June of 1988 . [1]

During Star Comics' run, Marvel UK published the first issue of their line of ThunderCats comics in March of 1987 . Unlike Star Comics, Marvel UK's issues were published weekly until issue #84, when it became a biweekly publication. Issue #95 began the start of monthly publication which lasted until issue #105, when a biweekly publishing schedule was resumed up to #129, the final issue, in January of 1991 . [5]

ThunderCats is an American franchise featuring a fictional group of cat-like humanoid aliens. The characters were created by Tobin "Ted" Wolf and originally featured in an animated television series named ThunderCats , running from 1985 to 1989, which was animated by Japanese studio Pacific Animation Corporation. [1]

The original ThunderCats show was animated in Japan [2] while being produced, written and voice acted in the United States. The series was originally distributed by Rankin-Bass Productions' then parent company Telepictures Corporation , which would later merge with Lorimar Productions in 1986. [3]

In January 1989, Lorimar-Telepictures was purchased by and folded into Warner Bros. , whose television syndication arm would eventually assume distribution of the show; Warner Bros. has had the rights to the series (and all Lorimar-Telepictures programming) from that point on.

The ThunderCats comic book series was based on the original television series of the same name . It was originally published by Marvel Comics through its Star Comics imprint in 1985, lasting for 3 years and 24 issues. [1] During this time, a new series was published by Marvel UK consisting of 129 issues and was also published for three years. [2] Beginning in 2002 Thundercats titles were published by Wildstorm Productions , and including 5 mini-series and several one-shots . [3] [4]

In December of 1985 , Star Comics published the first issue of ThunderCats . Publication was bimonthly for the first 8 issues, and then switched to a monthly publication schedule for the remainder of the series, ending in June of 1988 . [1]

During Star Comics' run, Marvel UK published the first issue of their line of ThunderCats comics in March of 1987 . Unlike Star Comics, Marvel UK's issues were published weekly until issue #84, when it became a biweekly publication. Issue #95 began the start of monthly publication which lasted until issue #105, when a biweekly publishing schedule was resumed up to #129, the final issue, in January of 1991 . [5]

The ThunderCats comic book series was based on the original television series of the same name . It was originally published by Marvel Comics through its Star Comics imprint in 1985, lasting for 3 years and 24 issues. [1] During this time, a new series was published by Marvel UK consisting of 129 issues and was also published for three years. [2] Beginning in 2002 Thundercats titles were published by Wildstorm Productions , and including 5 mini-series and several one-shots . [3] [4]

In December of 1985 , Star Comics published the first issue of ThunderCats . Publication was bimonthly for the first 8 issues, and then switched to a monthly publication schedule for the remainder of the series, ending in June of 1988 . [1]

During Star Comics' run, Marvel UK published the first issue of their line of ThunderCats comics in March of 1987 . Unlike Star Comics, Marvel UK's issues were published weekly until issue #84, when it became a biweekly publication. Issue #95 began the start of monthly publication which lasted until issue #105, when a biweekly publishing schedule was resumed up to #129, the final issue, in January of 1991 . [5]

ThunderCats is an American franchise featuring a fictional group of cat-like humanoid aliens. The characters were created by Tobin "Ted" Wolf and originally featured in an animated television series named ThunderCats , running from 1985 to 1989, which was animated by Japanese studio Pacific Animation Corporation. [1]

The original ThunderCats show was animated in Japan [2] while being produced, written and voice acted in the United States. The series was originally distributed by Rankin-Bass Productions' then parent company Telepictures Corporation , which would later merge with Lorimar Productions in 1986. [3]

In January 1989, Lorimar-Telepictures was purchased by and folded into Warner Bros. , whose television syndication arm would eventually assume distribution of the show; Warner Bros. has had the rights to the series (and all Lorimar-Telepictures programming) from that point on.

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