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Kidz Water Hydrators

Publisher: Marvel

Publication Dates: [June] 1999 – [September] 1999
Number of Issues Published: 4 (#1 – #4)
Color: Color
Dimensions: 3.5″ x 5″
Paper Stock: Glossy
Binding: Glued Publishing
Format: Promotional limited series
Publication Type: magazine

These comics were available two ways:
1) Inside selected Marvel comics cover-dated June, July, August and September 1999.
2) As a set of four via mail order for two UPC codes from six-packs of Kidz Water, or one UPC code from a 12-pack of Kidz Water (plus 1.99 USD for postage & handling).

Information thanks to the Grand Comics Database

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Starriors

Publisher: Marvel
Publication Dates: November 1984 – February 1985
Number of Issues Published: 4 (#1 – #4)
Color: color
Dimensions: standard Modern Age US
Binding: saddle-stitched
Publishing Format: limited series
Publication Type: magazine

Information thanks to the Grand Comics Database

Starriors was a robot toyline created by Tomy in association with Marvel Comics in 1984. They were based on Zoids, but had a new storyline that U.S. Zoids had not had at all. Six Marvel mini-comics were distributed with the toys. Marvel also produced a four-issue limited series written by Louise Simonson, with art by Michael Chen, Ian Akin, and Brian Garvey, and covers painted by Bill Sienkiewicz.

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Inhumanoids

Publisher: Marvel
Publication Dates: January 1987 – July 1987
Number of Issues Published: 4 (#1 – #4)
Color: color
Dimensions: standard Modern Age US
Paper Stock: Glossy cover; Newsprint interior
Binding: saddle-stitched
Publishing Format: was ongoing series
Publication Type: magazine

Based on the animated television series from Sunbow Productions (1986) and the accompanying toy line from Hasbro.

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Inhumanoids is the title of an animated series and the name of a Hasbro toy property that were both released in 1986. In the tradition of other Hasbro properties such as Transformers, and G.I. Joe, the show was produced by Sunbow Entertainment and Marvel Productions and animated in Japan by Toei Animation. Inhumanoids tells the story of the scientist-hero group, Earth Corps, as they battle a trio of subterranean monsters called the Inhumanoids with the aid of elemental beings, the Mutores.

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Blip

Blip is a short lived gaming magazine released by Marvel Comics in 1983. The magazine was aimed at a young audience and contained articles, strategy guides, and comics, among other features.

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Tinkle

Publisher: India Book House
Publication Dates: 1980 – October 2006
Number of Issues Published: 530 (#1 – #530)
Color: Colour
Binding: Saddle-Stitched
Publishing Format: Was ongoing
Publication Type: magazine

Information thanks to the Grand Comics Database

Tinkle is an Indian fortnightly magazine, published mainly in India. Originally owned by the India Book House, the Tinkle brand was acquired by ACK Media in 2007. The magazine contains comics, stories, puzzles, quizzes, contests and other features targeted at school children, although its readership includes many adults as well. It is published in English and syndicated in many Indian languages like Malayalam, Assamese, etc.

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Talespin

Publisher: Disney
Publication Dates: June 1991 – December 1991
Number of Issues Published: 7 (#1 – #7)
Color: Color
Dimensions: Standard Modern Age U.S.
Paper Stock: Glossy cover; white matte interior
Binding: Saddle-stitched
Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series

Limited Series

Publisher: Disney
Publication Dates: January 1991 – April 1991
Number of Issues Published: 4 (#1 – #4)

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TaleSpin was a short-lived comic book series published by Disney Comics, based on the series of the same name. It ran for a total of eleven issues, starting with a four-issue mini-series adapting the show’s multi-part “origin story” episode, “Plunder and Lightning” (or “Take Off”, as the comic adaptation titled it).

Following the positive reception of the mini-series, the TaleSpin comic became an ongoing series starting in April 1991. Bobbi J.G. Weiss was the writer for most of the comic, while the fifth issue was a comic adaptation of the episode “The Old Man and the Sea Duck”.

Unfortunately, due to the Disney Comics Implosion in late 1991, the TaleSpin comic was cancelled after only seven issues had been published. As a result of this, several planned stories that were to have revealed previously unseen background information on the characters; for instance the 13th issue was intended to reveal the origin of the Iron Vulture. Issue #7, the final issue to actually be published, notably explored Kit Cloudkicker’s backstory and revealed how he joined up with the Air Pirates prior to the beginning of the series’ events.

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Sonic the Hedgehog

Sonic the Hedgehog is the eponymous main protagonist of the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. He has been Sega Corporation’s mascot since June 23, 1991 after replacing the previous mascot Alex Kidd. Since the beginning of the series, Sonic has been the champion of peace, risking his life to stop the plots of a variety of violent foes, particularly Dr. Eggman, in order to establish worldwide peace. Along the way, he has been aided by many characters, including his friends Miles “Tails” Prower, Knuckles the Echidna, Amy Rose, and Shadow the Hedgehog. Sonic’s greatest asset is his ability to run at supersonic speeds, hence his name. However, he is also prone to making rash decisions and dislikes being near water because he cannot swim, with certain exceptions.

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Princess Sally

Publisher: Archie
Publication Dates: April 1995 – June 1995
Number of Issues Published: 3 (#1 – #3)
Color: Color
Dimensions: Standard Modern Age US
Binding: Saddle-stitched
Publishing Format: 3-Issue Limited Series
Publication Type: magazine

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The Princess Sally Miniseries is a three issue side story in the Sonic the Hedgehog universe, chronicling the adventures of Princess Sally and her efforts to train a new group of Freedom Fighters. Published monthly from February to April 1995, this miniseries introduced many of the key members of Substitute Freedom Fighters and was one of the first appearances of Geoffrey St. John.

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Power Pack

Publisher: Marvel
Publication Dates: August 1984 – February 1991
Number of Issues Published: 62 (#1 – #62)
Color: Color
Dimensions: Standard Modern Age US
Paper Stock: Glossy cover; Newsprint interior (#1-38); Baxter interior (#39-62)
Binding: Saddle-Stitched
Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Publication Type: magazine

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Power Pack is a fictional team of superheroes consisting of four young siblings appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. They were created by writer Louise Simonson and artist June Brigman and first appeared in their own series in 1984. The series lasted 62 issues. The characters have since appeared in other books.

Power Pack is the first team of preteen superheroes in the Marvel Universe and the first in comics to operate without adult supervision. The title retains a cult following and in 2005 was relaunched as a title aimed at younger readers—though this was eventually declared a separate continuity from that of the original series.

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