October 14, 2013

Regarding the large number of POWER RANGERS and other 90's nostalgia t-shirts spotted at the New York Comic Con...


12 comments:

  1. Nope, we dressed up as Power Rangers then too; and EVERYONE had a morpher and coin.

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  2. As I recall back in the 90s we all thought that decade completely sucked, that it was dead and there was nothing happening. Now? I'd give anything to go back there. I had some of the best times of my life in the 90s.

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  3. I thoroughly enjoyed 90s comics, especially anything X-related. And the Power Rangers were my shit.

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  4. It's the old 20 year rule. Twenty years after a decade is over all of it's pop elements become popular because people who were kids then are now 20 years older and have expendable money to spend on all of the crap that makes them nostalgic for their youth.

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  5. It's True Tag, where are you when I need you?

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  6. Brad the Dad10/15/2013 3:00 PM

    I hear the spirit of the 90s is still alive in Portland.

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    1. Typing this from Portland.....and I wish.

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    2. Brad the Dad10/17/2013 2:32 PM

      That's a Portlandia reference. If you already knew that, sorry for overexplaining.

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  7. I love this comic so much because nostalgia breeds nothing but hate.

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  8. We didn't appreciate the 90's at the time because we didn't know that the world would turn out like this!

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  9. i seem to remember making a similar comment to my gen Y niece 4-5 years ago about the 80s.

    "Kid, in the 80s we where all just waiting for the 90s to happen".

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  10. All through the ’90s, I missed the ’80s. I never thought at the time that I would ever miss the ’90s. But now I do have ’90s nostalgia. The ’90s still weren’t as good as the ’80s, but they were a simpler, more innocent time than today.

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