Star Hawks

Before 1977 science fiction meant Robert Heinlein and Isaac Asimov, ANALOG and AMAZING, 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY at the cinema and STAR TREK reruns on TV. Then the whole world got SF fever when an unassuming movie called STAR WARS debuted — suddenly, BATTLESTAR GALACTICA was in front of the cameras! ASIMOV’S SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE hit newsstands nationwide! And starting in October of that year, the ambitious feature called STAR HAWKS was born …

“The most imaginative innovation in the newspaper strip since adventure stories invaded the funnies. Goulart furnished fast-moving stories, crisp and economical scripting, and more than an occasional flash of humor…but Star Hawks’s toehold near the pinnacle of noteworthy comic strips is best secured by [Gil Kane’s] graphic treatment.” — R.C. Harvey

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