Moonstone Brings New Adventures of BUCKAROO BANZAI in Comic Book Form!

Remember the sci-fi cult film starring Peter Weller, John Lithgow, Ellen Barkin, and Jeff Goldblum? Well the creators and film makers are telling all new stories...

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By LEEE777 - 3/14/2011


From the cult movie Buckaroo Banzai Moonstone is bringing back another hero, this one the human achievement of action and rock itself Buckaroo!

The synopsis:

Your favorite neurosurgeon/rock star/adventurer returns, along with his Hong Kong Cavaliers, in: Tears of a Clone!...where a Death's Head tank squad lurks in suburbia, talking bouncer-robots attack, expensive love wants to erupt, and Lectroids run with scissors, and thenÉ shotguns! The world may never be the same.




Buckaroo Banzai #1 is written by Earl Mac Rauch and Paul D. Storrie, art's by David Daza, colors by Patrick Williams and covers are by Paul Gulacy and Bill Wiist.

The Moonstone production will retail for $3.99 and be 32 pages.

Heres the classic trailer:




LEEE777 - I've seen the film before, I liked it, read looks good, how about you?
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LEEE777 - 3/14/2011, 11:14 AM


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marvel72 - 3/14/2011, 11:28 AM
wow i haven't seen that movie in years.

marvel comics released the movie adaption to the film.
Bandrews1 - 3/14/2011, 12:45 PM
Never seen or heard of this, but it looks interesting.
lc - 3/14/2011, 1:10 PM
i be more interested in watching a dog take a pi$$ lee !!dose that sum it up for you at all?...
LEEE777 - 3/14/2011, 1:31 PM
Lol @ LC! : D
Dmon - 3/14/2011, 2:59 PM
LOL @LEEE I loved this movie as a kid. Now I really want to watch it again
jbender - 3/14/2011, 3:10 PM
I like the original. Classically campy. I would welcome a remake, or the sequel that never happened.

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