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Name:U S 1

Total Size: 171.51 MB

Magnet: Magnet Link

Seeds: 0

Leechers: 0

Stream: Watch Online @ Movie4u

Last Updated: 2009-11-23 11:19:36 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-20 18:33:42

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Document.rtf (Size: 171.51 MB) (Files: 14)

 Document.rtf

39.89 KB

 Torrent_downloaded_from_Demonoid.com.txt

0.05 KB

 U.S. 1 #12 (1984-10) (c2c) (Mal32 & Montagnard93-DCP).cbr

16.54 MB

 U.S. 1 #11 (1984-08) (c2c) (Mal32 & Montagnard93-DCP).cbr

16.32 MB

 U.S. 1 #10 (1984-06) (c2c) (Mal32 & Montagnard93-DCP).cbr

16.26 MB

 U.S. 1 #09 (1984-04) (c2c) (Mal32 & Montagnard93-DCP).cbr

16.87 MB

 U.S. 1 #08 (c2c) (Mal32 & Montagnard93-DCP).cbr

16.95 MB

 U.S. 1 #07 (c2c) (Mal32 & Montagnard93-DCP).cbr

14.98 MB

 U.S. 1 #06 (TJ-Woodman-DCP).cbr

9.35 MB

 U.S. 1 #05 (1983-09) (c2c) (Mal32 & Montagnard93-DCP).cbr

16.89 MB

 U.S. 1 #04 (TJ-Woodman-DCP).cbr

9.19 MB

 U.S. 1 #03 (TJ-Woodman-DCP).cbr

10.40 MB

 U.S. 1 #02 (TJ-Woodman-DCP).cbr

12.19 MB

 U.S. 1 #01.cbr

15.52 MB
 

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Torrent description

In 1983, I came across the U.S. 1 comic book at a local Fast Fare gas and grocery store. For the next several months, I went back and picked up the next issues until I could not get them any more. Maybe I missed them, maybe they were delayed, or maybe I just could get back to that store on the corner.

The comic book featured a truck driver, who had a CB radio in his head and his truck was computerized much like the Knight Rider 2000. The driver was being pursued by the Highwayman. The story captured my attention and I was pulled in to this fascinating story.

I held on to these comic books for twenty years thinking that one day I would finished buying the rest of the series. One summer, however, I was cleaning out the storage in my house, and the comic books went with the storage out to the dump. It was time to let them go, I thought. (Incidentally, I also through away all of my Army uniforms–because I never thought I would use the again either–it was a sad time.)

Two years later, I began to read comic books as a way to keep myself busy. When my collection began to grow and I realized that I was collecting, my heart sank as I remembered my original collection of 8 comic books (the 7 from U.S. 1 comic book and 1 Spider-man comic book).

Recently, through the wonders of the Internet, I was able to buy the entire collection from Mile High Comics.

I wasn’t disappointed when I actually found time to read this comic book after all these years. The story captured my attention as it did before. I feel, even without the nostalgia, that this first issue was a well written introduction to this high speed 18-wheeler and the guy with the metal head. Would it work today? Probably not, but it is a fun story just for the fun. It is trully “High Adventure Trucking Down the Highway.”


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