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    She-ra Comics?

    I am wondering if there were any She-Ra comics (outside of the ones that came with the dolls) published at any time? Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlutterinaAndBow View Post
    I am wondering if there were any She-Ra comics (outside of the ones that came with the dolls) published at any time? Thank you.
    The UK had a 14 issue series, done by London editions.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FlutterinaAndBow View Post
    I am wondering if there were any She-Ra comics (outside of the ones that came with the dolls) published at any time? Thank you.
    There were also a couple of small comic strip stories included in the UK She-ra Annuals 1987 & 1988.

    http://www.he-man.org/publishing/item.php?id=701

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    There were also Brazilian comics:

    The Brazilian Editora Abril POP comics featured both reprints of UK stories and some all-new original stories written and illustrated specifically for the Editora Abril comics:
    http://www.he-man.org/publishing/sub...d=52&subid=108

    In addition, there were Brazilian Estrela minicomics. Some were re-do's of the US minicomics, but a couple of them (Kowl and Catra) were 100% original stories.
    http://www.he-man.org/publishing/sub...id=52&subid=65

    You can read info about these stories in specific entries from the Dark Horse Character Guide.
    Down the road, I hope to get some of this stuff translated into English, when I have a little more time to spend on it.


    PS - I believe there were also She-Ra comics in the Italian Magic Girl magazines, but I've heard rumors that they are reprints. I have been unable to verify this, however.
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    As Steamside said, we got 14 comics, I have seven of them, there's also the mini books, 4 of them, similar to the mini comics, but with more pages!

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