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The classic 1970s sci-fi TV series returns with all-new material! September 13, 1999. An atomic accident causes the moon to be blown out of orbit and hurled into the unknown, the survivors of the lunar base stationed there launched toward their destiny across the stars. In the wake of this disaster, Earth itself is ravaged by the scientific, environmental, and social repercussions of a world robbed of its moon. Presenting remastered classic material from the 70s with all-new material created to update the tale for a modern audience.

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I’d recommend the graphic novel for sure, but I’d also say that you should be cautious with it. 0

The review was originally posted to my review blog here.This graphic novel is my first taste of this particular franchise, a highly successful space opera television series in the days gone by, when I was just a kid, and was too busy watching cartoons rather than stuff like this, which I barely understood if at all. I went in expecting a fairly decent story, and that’s all I got, which was both disappointing and a bonus. A bonus because for once there’s a comic that matches expectations (being a...

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