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Concrete (1987) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Concrete (1987) 1

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. Formerly Ronald Lithgow, Senate aide, speechwriter, and the least dynamic of men. But when he had his pudgy, soft body exchanged for on enormously powerful and encrusted with a tough outer covering, he chose to use the opportunity to become an adventurer. His plan: to mount expeditions, dare great things - and write about them to earn his way. His reach often exceeds his grasp, however. Things tend to go wrong for Concrete... 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #2
    Concrete (1987) 2

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. Only Concrete could conceive of it! Only Concrete could hope to succeed! Only Concrete could have such bad luck! See why Amazing Heroes call Paul Chadwick's Concrete "...a great comic...one of the pick hits of 1987." 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #3
    Concrete (1987) 3

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. The Origin Story Everyone (except Harlan Ellison) Has Been Waiting For! Recovering from his disasterous attempt to swim the Atlantic, Concrete tells Larry the true story of how he became Concrete. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #4
    Concrete (1987) 4

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. The final revelations about Concrete's origins, Concrete against the Army, and a man in a moose mask. What more do you need? This season's hottest series reveals all "In the Glare of the Lights". 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #5
    Concrete (1987) 5

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. Concrete becomes a bodyguard for a death-obsessed rock star. Not even MTV ever gave you anything this wild! "An Armchair Stuffed with Dynamite," by Paul Chadwick. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #6
    Concrete (1987) 6

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. When the Boreson family writes a hard luck letter to Concrete, he responds with action: He agrees to work a season on their farm, bringing it into viable condition. Concrete's strength and indefatigability are a great help, and his co-signing of a loan is no less. But it isn't so easy: Larry gets involved in a romance that threatens to create hard feelings, the neighbors resent the special help the Boresons are getting, and there's something very strange about the Boresons themselves. It's up to Concrete to figure out just what their secret is... 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #7
    Concrete (1987) 7

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. One morning Concrete wakens to discover that all is not well--he has two mysterious knobs growing from his forehead! At first there are some amusing attempts to disguise his condition from the public, but when Concrete's bumps turn into horns Larry and Maureen take drastic action--forcing Concrete to starve himself. The situation worsens and Senator Douglas is called in when reporter Tawny Hill (last seen in issue #2) makes a surprise visit. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #8
    Concrete (1987) 8

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. Concrete announces that he has received permission to go on a trek in Nepal--to the Everest region. The condition being that he carry the cable and assist in the construction of a new suspension bridge along the way. The journey is a long one and filled with difficulties. When they finally arrive at the northernmost point neat the Everest base camp, Concrete reveals to Larry and Maureen that he plans to climb Mt. Everest--solo. You won't want to miss this cliff-hanging adventure that continues into issue #9. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #9
    Concrete (1987) 9

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. "Everest: Solo." That's Concrete's plan anyway. But, in typical Concrete fashion, his plans go awry and his climb is hampered by an avalanche , the discovery of a body (which just may be that of missing explorer George Leigh Mallory) frozen in glacial ice, and a kidnapping attempt by Soviet agents! 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #10
    Concrete (1987) 10
    Published Dec 1988 by Dark Horse.

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. It's time for another great issue of the most acclaimed comic in years! Concrete and Paul Chadwick were nominated in virtually every category they were eligible for in the recent Golden Apple Awards, and they have been nominated for four Harvey Awards categories--"Best Writer", "Best Cartoonist", "Best Continuing Series" and "Best New Series"! This issue promises to be one of the most talked about yet: Someone close to Concrete dies. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.