Now, this might be a bit anoraky, but here we go. Years ago I had a job in a comic book store. We sold not just the American Superhero crap, but also quality stuff like Storm, the Trigan Empire and XIII. One of the series I loved was called Aquablue. A story about a human kid who ends up on some world (called, you guessed it: Aquablue) and goes native. In the meanwhile some miners want to delve for all sorts of stuff in the ground and will destroy the natives' way of life. And the planet's biosphere with it. The miners are supported by a large corporation and when the natives become too troublesome, they call in the sci fi Foreign legion, the commander of which personally goes to war in a kind of machine gun toting robot suit. (And buys it in the end...) Sounds familiar? When you saw Avatar, it must. Same story. I heard other people say that Avatar is far too much like Dances With Wolves, but the comparision with Aquablue is even more striking. Especially when you not only consider the storyline, but also the artwork! That big thing with two cockpits and the robot suit seem to com straight from the comics!