40 years after its debut, the legacy of comics anthology 'Warrior' lives on


There are comics that lead to movies, comics that end up in limbo and comics that fall in between the two. 'Warrior' fits the latter category perfectly.

There are comics that lead to movies, comics that end up in limbo and comics that fall in between the two. Warrior fits the latter category perfectly.

To avoid any confusion with the Ultimate Warrior (wrestler and former WWE champion) or DC’s Guy Gardner aka the Warrior, what we are talking about today is the legendary 1980s British comics anthology series that was published by the now-defunct Quality Communications (QC).

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