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Issue Details

Issue #8
Published June 1987
Frequency Monthly
Cover Price 0.75 USD; 0.95 CAD; 0.40 GBP
Pages 36
Editing Bob Budiansky (Editor); Rosemary McCormick-Lowy (Assistant Editor); Jim Shooter (Editor-in-Chief)

Cover Details - "The Psi-Hawk Screams!"

Characters Psi-Force [Michael Crawley; Stasi Inyushin; Tyrone Jessup; Kathy Ling; Wayne Tucker]; Stalker [Thomas Boyd]; Psi-Hawk
Genre superhero
Pencils Mark Texeira (signed)
Inks Mark Texeira (signed)

22 page Psi-Force story "Trapped"

Characters Michael Crawley; Anastasia "Stasi" Inyushin; Tyrone Jessup; Kathy Ling; Wayne Tucker; Psi-Hawk; Stalker [Thomas Boyd]; Derek Shiningstar (in shadows, villain); Charlie (introduction, villain); Jack (introduction, villain); Laszlo (introduction, villain)
Synopsis Stalker ambushes the teens as they are touring the Alcatraz prison. They summon the Psi-Hawk to help fight him, but Boyd is able to absorb the Psi-Hawk's energies until it vanishes. When Derek Shiningstar's agents arrive, Stalker realizes that they are there to kill the teens and that he has been lied to. Stalker turns on the agents and helps form the Psi-Hawk to defeat the agents. Stalker realizes he's burned his bridges with Shiningstar, but that he doesn't feel safe with the teens either, and leaves alone. The group decides to seek out Emmett Proudhawk's grandmother for help.
Genre superhero
Script Danny Fingeroth
Pencils Mark Texeira
Inks Mark Texeira
Colors Bob Sharen
Letters Joe Rosen

1 page Universe News promo (ad from the publisher) "Universe News"

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Notes Includes mini bios of New Universe production staff members.

1 page Codename: Spitfire promo (ad from the publisher) "There's a new name for danger."

Synopsis House ad for new Codename: Spitfire series.
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