Things were starting to slow down. Some of the series haven't been big sellers and they seem to have tapped all the big, popular shows from the 80s. I thought things were done. Unless some one thought they really could bring back something like MASK as a comic.
Then I read this: 88MPH's NEW TAKE ON DISNEY'S TRON and this: CLAVET & DABB ON GHOSTBUSTERS.
88MPH Studios is going to begin publishing comics based on Tron and Ghostbusters. Popular Movies from the 80s (I know, Ghostbusters was also a popular cartoon from the 80s, but when you read the article you'll see that they really aren't paying any attention to the television series.)
So when you use up the TV shows, move on to the movies of the era. I guess that's the rule of thumb for the comic book industry.
The art looks all pretty, but does anyone want to read comics based on these film properties? What's always made these enjoyable movies for me are the actors and their performances. If it's not Bill Murray up there hamming it up as Peter Venkman, then I'm really not that interested.
Can't we just leave some things alone?