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Slapstick comic books issue 1

  • Issue #1
    Slapstick (1992) 1
    Published Nov 1992 by Marvel.

    Cover pencils by James W. Fry III, inks by Terry Austin. "The Totally Awesome Origin of Slapstick!", script by Len Kaminski, pencils by James W. Fry III, inks by Terry Austin; Steve runs into a clown which gives him a advertisement for a carnival; Wanting to get back at Winston for telling on Steve for one of his pranks, Steve sought revenge; Steve dressed up as a clown, then goes to the carnival to pie Winston; He sees him kidnapped by clowns and dragged through a portal into a different dimension; Steve follows him, and gets told the story of the evil ruler of the world, and is given gadgets to help him; Then Steve goes to stop the ruler and saves all of the humans which the clowns kidnapped to turn into soldiers for their invasion; After Steve rescues them, he goes back to Earth, and tells his friend everything; His friend tells him that he needs a superhero name, and they finally come up with a name: Slapstick. 36 pgs., full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #1A
    Slapstick (2016) 1A
    Published Feb 2017 by Marvel.

    Written by Reilly Brown and Fred Van Lente. Art by Diego Olortegui. Cover by David Nakayama. Steve Harmon was an average teenager who had an average job as your average clown, living in average New Jersey. But after being zapped by weird and mysterious extradimensional energy, Steve became Slapstick, a living, breathing cartoon! Now, after joining, and then quitting, Deadpool's Mercs for Money, Slapstick is striking it out on his own terms! Sure he's gotta move back in with his parents, but these new business ventures take time. And anyways, he gets to team-up with the Amazing Spider-Man in his first issue. That seems like he's doing pretty well to me! 28 pages, full color. Parental Advisory Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #1B
    Slapstick (2016) 1B
    Published Feb 2017 by Marvel.

    Limited 1 for 50 Retailer Incentive Variant Cover. Written by Reilly Brown and Fred Van Lente. Art by Diego Olortegui. Cover by Rob Liefeld. Steve Harmon was an average teenager who had an average job as your average clown, living in average New Jersey. But after being zapped by weird and mysterious extradimensional energy, Steve became Slapstick, a living, breathing cartoon! Now, after joining, and then quitting, Deadpool's Mercs for Money, Slapstick is striking it out on his own terms! Sure he's gotta move back in with his parents, but these new business ventures take time. And anyways, he gets to team-up with the Amazing Spider-Man in his first issue. That seems like he's doing pretty well to me! 28 pages, full color. Parental Advisory Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #1C
    Slapstick (2016) 1C
    Published Feb 2017 by Marvel.

    Limited 1 for 100 Retailer Incentive Variant Cover. Written by Reilly Brown and Fred Van Lente. Art by Diego Olortegui. Cover by Rob Liefeld. Steve Harmon was an average teenager who had an average job as your average clown, living in average New Jersey. But after being zapped by weird and mysterious extradimensional energy, Steve became Slapstick, a living, breathing cartoon! Now, after joining, and then quitting, Deadpool's Mercs for Money, Slapstick is striking it out on his own terms! Sure he's gotta move back in with his parents, but these new business ventures take time. And anyways, he gets to team-up with the Amazing Spider-Man in his first issue. That seems like he's doing pretty well to me! 28 pages, full color. Parental Advisory Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #1D
    Slapstick (2016) 1D
    Published Feb 2017 by Marvel.

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    Limited 1 for 10 Retailer Incentive Variant Cover. Written by Reilly Brown and Fred Van Lente. Art by Diego Olortegui. Cover by Bobby Rubio. Steve Harmon was an average teenager who had an average job as your average clown, living in average New Jersey. But after being zapped by weird and mysterious extradimensional energy, Steve became Slapstick, a living, breathing cartoon! Now, after joining, and then quitting, Deadpool's Mercs for Money, Slapstick is striking it out on his own terms! Sure he's gotta move back in with his parents, but these new business ventures take time. And anyways, he gets to team-up with the Amazing Spider-Man in his first issue. That seems like he's doing pretty well to me! 28 pages, full color. Parental Advisory Cover price $3.99.