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For detailed information about this series, see: Mars Attacks on Wikipedia

A Martian

A Martian, the main species of the series

Mars Attacks is a series by Warner Bros that started off as Trading Cards.

Trading Cards

Mars Attacks (1962)

Cinema

Mars Attacks (December 13th,1996)

Comics

Mars Attacks (2013)

Links to other series

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Image Comics1996 1996Mars Attacks has a crossover with many characters from the Image Comics universe.1


5Arrow R Super Sentai-Power Rangers19970520 May 20, 1997The title of the Power Rangers Turbo episode "Cars Attacks" references Mars Attacks.3


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Popeye20130102 January 02, 2013Mars Attacks has a crossover with Popeye.1


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Miss Fury20130102 January 02, 2013Mars Attacks has a crossover with Miss Fury.1


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Star Slammers20130109 January 09, 2013Mars Attacks has a crossover with Star Slammers.1


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Ghostbusters20130116 January 16, 2013Mars Attacks has a crossover with Ghostbusters.1


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Chew20130116 January 16, 2013Mars Attacks has a crossover with Chew.1


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Madman20130116 January 16, 2013Mars Attacks has a crossover with Madman.1


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Transformers20130123 January 23, 2013Mars Attacks has a crossover with Transformers.1


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Spike20130123 January 23, 2013Mars Attacks has a crossover with Spike, a spinoff of Buffy.1


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Strangers in Paradise20130123 January 23, 2013Mars Attacks has a crossover with Strangers in Paradise.1


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Zombies vs Robots20130130 January 30, 2013Mars Attacks has a crossover with Zombies vs Robots.1


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Rog-200020130130 January 30, 2013Mars Attacks has a crossover with Rog-2000.1


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Judge Dredd20130911 September 11, 2013Mars Attacks has a crossover with Judge Dredd.1


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Dinosaurs Attack!2016 2016Dinosaurs Attack! is the spiritual successor to Mars Attacks. The Dinosaurs Attack! vs Mars Attacks card set is a crossover between the two series.1


5Arrow R Nostalgia Critic201812 January 2, 2018The Nostalgia Critic reviews “Mars Attacks”.2