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POW! Right in the Nostalgia
A comic that hits you right where the childhood memories are. -Updates every M, W, F (hopefully)-
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Comic language: English
Genre: Comedy
Activity status: Active
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Comic description

Do you remember that obscure cartoon show from the late 80s/early 90s that was really fun to watch as a kid?

How about that video game on the original Nintendo Entertainment System that caused you so much frustration as you died so many times on it but you still kept playing it out of the simple desire to beat it?

Maybe a toy line that you loved and really wanted so hard to be able to get all the stuff that was put out for it, but your parents wouldn't buy for you?

Perhaps the comic series you once found yourself collecting every issue of, anticipating what would happen to your favorite superhero with each new issue?
Maybe even a favorite food or drink that no longer is in existence you find yourself longing for all these years later?

This is a webcomic about a group of late twentysomethings living together and focusing on these very things, reminiscing on the stuff of their childhood, as well as dealing with things presented to them in adulthood.

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MST3KFan
MST3KFan
As if my username didn't give it away, I'm a big fan of all things Mystery Science Theater 3000 related. I also love to draw and write as well as watch old 80s/90s sci-fi/horror movies and play older gen video games.

With "POW! Right in the Nostalgia", I've tried to make a web comic simply to see if I could still do one as I have tried making web comics in the past before with another one called "American Omiai" some years ago on Drunk Duck, but that mainly fell through because the artist that was helping me on the project didn't wish to continue doing it anymore.

Hopefully I can keep this one going for a long time as I had actually created a lot of the characters used in PRITN many years ago as doodles in my sketchbooks originally to poke fun at whatever I thought of at the time, which is what the "Big Shot" mini-comics I post occasionally are a lot of times.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy my work. It's rusty, but I'm working on it again as I've neglected it for far too long.


Most recent comments left on POW! Right in the Nostalgia

hykez87
24th Sep 2017
hykez87
Wow. Admitting your own fault/ flaw is one thing, but it front of the media?
That really takes guts.
Left on Return to Texas, Part 89 - Stubbornly Alike
MST3KFan
23rd Sep 2017
MST3KFan
The news program is right away talking about the dinner party 'incident' as it switches quickly to Edward and Annette being talked to by a number of reporters about things.

At first it seems Edward is being his usual unconcerning self as Charlotte watches unimpressed.

That is, until he places some blame on jimself, shocking Charlotte.

Edward then proceeds to say it took overhearing a certain conversation from the night before his wife was having about how alike he and Charlotte are in their stubbornness.

Though this revelation seems to confuse Charlotte quite a bit.

Does this mean, her father's turning around on things?

Left on Return to Texas, Part 89 - Stubbornly Alike
Fabian W.
23rd Sep 2017
Fabian W.
Sudden genre shift towards classic detective story! :-D
Left on Return to Texas, Part 88 - Humor Me
MST3KFan
23rd Sep 2017
MST3KFan
Work in retail. That'll learn 'em!
Left on Return to Texas, Part 87 - Ninja Butler
MST3KFan
23rd Sep 2017
MST3KFan
Tune in for further updates!
Left on Return to Texas, Part 88 - Humor Me