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Forbidden Planet (1992) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Forbidden Planet (1992) 1

    Loosely based on Shakespeare's The Tempest, MGM's lavishly produced Forbidden Planet (1956) is a true sci-fi classic, influencing countless other works, including Star Trek and 2001: A Space Odyssey. Starring Leslie Nielson as Commander J.J. Adams and Anne Francis as the daughter of Dr. Morbius, the film made a star of Robby the Robot, who is featured on the cover of the first installment of this official comic book adaptation. The issue ends with the introduction of Altaira. She doesn't look much like Anne Francis, but the art as a whole is very nice. Script by David Campiti, with adaptation and painted art by Daerick Gross. Includes essay "A Beacon in the Galaxy" by Steve "Mr. Movie" Friedman. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    Forbidden Planet (1992) 2

    This second installment of the official comic book adaptation of MGM's 1956 sci-fi classic Forbidden Planet finds the crew of the United Planets cruiser getting to know Altaira, the innocent daughter of Dr. Morbius, and ends with a couple of the guys snooping around Morbius' home. Script by David Campiti, with adaptation and painted art by Daerick Gross. Includes essay "From One Micro-Second to the Next..." by Steve "Mr. Movie" Friedman. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    Forbidden Planet (1992) 3

    Part three of Innovation's official comic book adaptation of MGM's Forbidden Planet (1956) introduces the Id Monster, a terrifying creature formed by man's subconscious. Also, Morbius gives a couple of the crew members of the C-57-D the lowdown on the Krell, an ancient, highly advanced civilization. Script by David Campiti, with adaptation and painted art by Daerick Gross. Includes essay "The Face of the Gorgon" by Steve "Mr. Movie" Friedman. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Forbidden Planet (1992) 4

    The fourth and final installment of Innovation's official adaptation of MGM's Forbidden Planet (1956). Here we find Morbius, Altaira, and the crew of the C-57-D under attack by the Id Monster, which was created by the subconscious of man. Script by David Campiti, with adaptation and painted art by Daerick Gross. Includes essay "Lost in the Stars" by Steve "Mr. Movie" Friedman and photo of Friedman standing beside Robby the Robot. Cover price $2.50.