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Damage (1994) comic books

  • Issue #0
    Damage (1994) 0
    Published October 1994 by DC.

    In the wake of ZERO HOUR, Damage is more determined than ever to learn the secrets of his origins and tries to force the answers from an evasive Iron Munro, who knows more than he's telling. But the results are disastrous, and the young hero must choose between remaining a fugitive or taking responsibility for his actions. Damage joins the Titans in New Teen Titans (1984 2nd Series) #0. Written by Tom Joyner, with art by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Cover by Marimon and Tom McWeeney. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1
    Damage (1994) 1
    Published April 1994 by DC.

    What would you do if you were a 16-year-old who suddenly found yourself charged with power you had no idea how to control? That's the question facing Grant Emerson as DAMAGE explodes into the DC Universe. Damage is a reluctant young hero possessing devastating power beyond his wildest imaginings - a teenager capable of totalling a car with one punch, or leveling buildings for blocks around. But how he acquired these powers is a disturbing mystery. Now Damage is on a desperate search for the truth behind his mysterious origins. The clues suggest Damage's real parents may be among the greatest heroes in the DC Universe, and his quest to learn the truth will be a major theme in the early issues of the series, ultimately leading to a shocking revelation. And if that's not enough, after Damage's powers first surface, Superman's old adversary, the giant cyborg Metallo, appears on the scene to test the youth's powers! Metallo has been sent by a mysterious mastermind with a sinister interest in what Grant Emerson has become. Written by Tom Joyner, with art and cover by Bill Marimon and Tom McWeeney. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #2
    Damage (1994) 2
    Published May 1994 by DC.

    Damage escapes his attackers, Megafire and Flak, and storms Symbolix Labs to rescue his parents...but before he can free them and learn the truth of his origins, something devastating happens! Now Damage must face the monstrous creations of Symbolix. Plus, a mysterious figure from the Golden Age returns! Written by Tom Joyner, with art and cover by Bill Marimon and Tom McWeeney. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #3
    Damage (1994) 3
    Published June 1994 by DC.

    A powerless Damage confronts the seemingly unstoppable threat of Troll, a genetic monstrosity bent on destroying downtown Atlanta. Meanwhile, the mysterious Baron and his mercenary accomplice Steelhawk further their plans to put a deadly new drug, Stardust, on the streets. But the Golden Age hero from issue #2 wants to see the Baron taken down hard. Written by Tom Joyner, with art and cover by Bill Marimon and Tom McWeeney. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #4
    Damage (1994) 4
    Published July 1994 by DC.

    A powerless Damage must stop Troll before Atlanta is destroyed by their battle. Then the powerful new metahuman Wyldheart appears to tip the scales in Damage's favor...but she may prove to be more foe than friend. Plus, the identity of the mysterious Golden Age hero is revealed. Written by Tom Joyner, with art by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Cover by Marimon and Tom McWeeney. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #5
    Damage (1994) 5
    Published August 1994 by DC.

    Troll is down for the count, but now Damage and his current allies, Wyldheart and the revealed Golden Age hero, are staring down the guns of the Baron's henchmen. Plus, the New Titans arrive to arrest Damage for the destruction caused by his battle with Troll. Written by Tom Joyner, with art by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Cover by Marimon and Tom McWeeney. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #6
    Damage (1994) 6
    Published September 1994 by DC.

    The New Titans burst on to the scene during the chronological chaos of ZERO HOUR, as history begins to replay itself with possible answers to the mystery of Damage's origin. Written by Tom Joyner, with art by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Cover by Marimon and Tom McWeeney. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #7
    Damage (1994) 7
    Published October 1994 by DC.

    Nov 1994. Damage must face the consequences of his reckless actions in issue #0 as he is placed on trial by the citizens of Atlanta. The young hero chooses to enter...a guilty plea! Written by Tom Joyner, with art by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Cover by Marimon and Tom McWeeney. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #8
    Damage (1994) 8
    Published November 1994 by DC.

    Dec 1994. Part 1 of the 5-part 'Fragments.' Damage's true origin is soon to be revealed as, over the course of this storyline, each of the major theories surrounding Damage's genesis is explored and expanded upon, with the answer revealed in issue #12. In this issue, Wyldheart embarks on a quest to learn her own origins and finds that she and Damage may share a common birthplace - the planet New Genesis. Meanwhile, the malevolent forces of Symbolix conspire to bring Damage's search for truth to a dead end. Written by Tom Joyner, with art by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Plus, Iron Munro begins a similar quest in "The Phantom Imperative" by Joyner, Jason Armstrong and Andrew Pepoy. Cover by Marimon and Tom McWeeney. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #9
    Damage (1994) 9
    Published December 1994 by DC.

    Jan 1995. Part 2 of the 5-part 'Fragments,' in which one possible origin of Damage is revealed. As Damage's search continues, his quest leads him to one of the most powerful villains in the DC Universe - Dr. Polaris - and into a battle with the man who may be his father! Written by Tom Joyner, with art by Jason Armstrong and Don Hillsman. Also in this issue: Part 2 of an Iron Munro tie-in story, "The Phantom Imperative," by Joyner, Armstrong and Andrew Pepoy. Cover by Bill Marimon and Tom McWeeney. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #10
    Damage (1994) 10
    Published January 1995 by DC.

    Feb 1995. Part 3 of the 5-part 'Fragments,' in which one possible origin of Damage is explored. Damage's search comes to an abrupt halt when he defies a court order and returns to Atlanta, determined to save his friend Mandra from the deadly shape-changer Splatter. Written by Tom Joyner, with art by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Plus, the Iron Munro tie-in story, "The Phantom Imperative," by Joyner, Jason Armstrong and Andrew Pepoy, reaches its exciting conclusion. Cover by Marimon and Tom McWeeney. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #11
    Damage (1994) 11
    Published February 1995 by DC.

    Mar 1995. Part 4 of the 5-part 'Fragments,' in which one possible origin of Damage is explored. Damage and Iron Munro must stop one of Munro's old foes from killing the second Phantom Lady. But events take a terrible turn when Damage's powers go out of control! Written by Tom Joyner, with art by Jason Armstrong and Jordi Ensign. Cover by Bill Marimon and Tom McWeeney. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #12
    Damage (1994) 12
    Published March 1995 by DC.

    Apr 1995. Part 5 of the 5-part 'Fragments.' Damage gets a new costume as he learns which of the four possible origins he's explored is the true one. Written by Tom Joyner, with art by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Photo cover by Jean Fordyce. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #13
    Damage (1994) 13
    Published April 1995 by DC.

    Jun 1995. Part 1 of the 3-part 'Picking Up the Pieces.' Green Lantern guest-stars as Damage must deal with the consequences of his recent search for his true origin, including the funeral of someone close and a tense reunion with the New Titans. Written by Tom Joyner, with art and cover by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #14
    Damage (1994) 14
    Published May 1995 by DC.

    Jul 1995. Part 2 of the 3-part 'Picking Up the Pieces.' Damage goes on a hunt for Dr. Polaris with the aid of the Ray - the one hero Damage knows has defeated Polaris. This issue ties into Justice League Task Force (1994) #25 and concludes in issue #15. Written by Tom Joyner, with art and cover by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #15
    Damage (1994) 15
    Published June 1995 by DC.

    Aug 1995. Part 3 of the 3-part 'Picking Up the Pieces.' J'onn J'onzz, the Martian Manhunter, tries to rescue Damage from Vandal Savage. Written by Tom Joyner, with art and cover by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #16
    Damage (1994) 16
    Published September 1995 by DC.

    Green Lantern and the New Titans guest-star in Part 4 of the 5-part 'The Siege of the Zi-Charam,' continued from Darkstars (1992 DC) #34. To retrieve a devastating bioweapon, Damage and Green Lantern must battle an armada and brave the dangers of an alien world. Concludes in New Teen Titans (1984 2nd Series) #125. Written by Tom Joyner, with art by Jason Armstrong, Jordi Ensign and Phyllis Novin. Cover by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #17
    Damage (1994) 17
    Published October 1995 by DC.

    Damage battles the mercenary Bounty, whose orders are to bring Damage to industrialist Philip Darrow - dead or alive. Written by Tom Joyner, with art and cover by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #18
    Damage (1994) 18
    Published November 1995 by DC.

    An UNDERWORLD UNLEASHED tie-in. On the run from the Titans and the media, Damage has his hands full when he's forced to battle the more deadly Copperhead. Written by Tom Joyner, with art and cover by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #19
    Damage (1994) 19
    Published December 1995 by DC.

    Still reeling from his encounter with Copperhead, Damage is forced to confront the Shok-Wave Nation, a deadly metahuman street gang whose leader has insidious designs on Damage's body! Written by Tom Joyner, with art and cover by Bill Marimon and Don Hillsman. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #20
    Damage (1994) 20
    Published January 1996 by DC.

    Final issue. Damage is taken over by an evil, sentient metavirus and goes on a destructive rampage that threatens to leave all of Miami in ruins! The stakes are made even higher as the possessed Damage is forced to push a nuclear reactor toward meltdown. The only thing that can stop him is Iron Munro...but their battle may shatter the entire Eastern seaboard! Written by Tom Joyner, with art by Bill Marimon, Don Hillsman and Phyllis Novin. Cover by Marimon and Hillsman. Cover price $2.25.