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Issue Details

Issue #4
Published December 1985
Frequency monthly
Cover Price 0.75 USD; 1.00 CAD; 0.50 GBP
Pages 36
Editing Louise Jones; Jim Shooter (editor-in-chief)

Cover Details

Characters Longshot; Spider-Man; She-Hulk
Genre superhero
Pencils Arthur Adams
Inks Arthur Adams

25 page Longshot story "Can't Give It All Away!"

Characters Longshot; GUESTS: She-Hulk; Spider-Man; Ricochet Rita; Butch; Darla; Alfie; VILLAINS: Magog; Mojo; Spiral; Major Domo (1st)
Synopsis Thanks to his accidentally blacking out all of New York City and stealing diamonds from Con Ed, Longshot's picture is plastered all over the news as public enemy number one; He befriends Butch, Darla and their gang of friends and gives them some of the diamonds to spend; Running across, first She-Hulk and then Spider-Man, Longshot is attacked by both heroes and can't figure out why they are beating on him; Longshot's luck powers allow him to escape and he once again reunites with the gang of kids who now have a gun and are going on a monster hunt; Longshot touches the gun and it sparks more memories of his former life; Longshot and the gang track down the kid's monster who turns out to be Magog, giant, gorged on magic and itching for a fight; Mojo has Spiral teleport him to earth so they can track down Longshot and the pair arrive in the home of Longshot's daredevil friend, Rita.
Genre superhero
Script Ann Nocenti
Pencils Arthur Adams
Inks Whilce Portacio
Colors Christie Scheele
Letters Joe Rosen
Notes Butch and Darla's gang of friends were later named the "Fat Boys" when they made regular appearances in Daredevil (also written by Ann Nocenti); The gang's look is patterned after the Little Rascals; Butch's father appears in partial shadow and is a parody of Ronald Reagan.