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  • Issue #4
    Radioactive Man (2000 2nd Series) 4

    Vol. 2 #4 in indicia. Cover pencils by Bill Morrison, inks by Batton Lash. "The Amazing Radioactive Spider," script by Batton Lash, pencils by Mike DeCarlo, inks by Bob Smith; During a lecture by Radioactive Man, Parker Peterman is accidently bitten by a radioactive spider; But Parker Peterman doesn't quite turn out like a certain Peter Parker. "The Thing in My Head!", script by Batton Lash, pencils by Batton Lash (layouts) and Mike DeCarlo (pencils), inks by Murphy Anderson; Radioactive Man's secret identity is in jeopardy when a stranger accidentally takes a picture of him as Claude Kane III with the jagged piece of metal stuck in his head. "The Beauty Queen from the 21st Century!", script by Batton Lash, pencils by Batton Lash (layouts) and Mike DeCarlo (pencils), inks by Bob Smith; Gloria Grand investigates a beauty pageant to find out if it's been fixed. 36 pgs., full color. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7
    Radioactive Man (2000 2nd Series) 7

    by Barta, DeCarlo, Dixon, Frenz, McCann, Templeton, & Yambar Radioactive Man's fellow super-heroes, The Superior Squadron, take center stage in their ultra-tech Rumpus Room. Captain Squid stretches his tentacles, Plasmo goes on an inter- dimensional shopping spree, and at long last the true origin of Bug Boy is finally told. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #100
    Radioactive Man (2000 2nd Series) 100

    by Morrison & Lash, & Barta Bongo unearths another mighty adventure from its archives, this time from 1967! The mayor of Zenith City digs up a time capsule to celebrate the city's centennial, only to discover a gigantic robotic cowboy gunning for... Radioactive Man! But where is Radioactive Man when he is needed? Find out as Radioactive Man returns with a vengeance in this brand-spankin'-new quarterly series from your friends at Bongo. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #106
    Radioactive Man (2000 2nd Series) 106

    by Lash, DeCarlo, Smith & Morrison Radioactive Man has gone insane! Why else world he be fighting invisible enemies and causing collateral damage throughout Zenith City? Or perhaps it has something to do, Dr. Claude Kane II's recent invention "Foreverlution," communists run amok, or the return of one of the Atomic Avenger's greatest foes. Be that as it may, this "key" issue in RM's compendium of classic comics has our Man of the Atom battling dinosaurs! Check out the fully-painted cover by Bongo's golden-boy, Bill Morrison! FC, 32pg$2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #136
    Radioactive Man (2000 2nd Series) 136

    by Lash, DeCarlo, & Morrison It's 1966 and the Atomic Avenger must battle his way through would-be assassins, frolicsome beach parties, biker gangs, teen crushes and anti-royalist spies to defend a visiting princess. But the Nuclear Knight and his trusty sidekick, Fallout Boy are about to face the greatest challenge of their crimefighting careers ? prom night! Legendary artist Dan DeCarlo joins Batton Lash for a bit of Beach Blanket Bongo! FC, 32pg Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #197
    Radioactive Man (2000 2nd Series) 197

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    by Lash, Royer and Smith It's 1971, and far across the galaxy one truly evil overlord is bent on conquering Radioactive Man's Zenith City. But with a little help from Obrian of the New Guard, and the Whatever People, our beloved bolted hero may have all the help he needs to ward off the dark, apocalyptic machinations of...Backseid! Also, witness the Golden Age of Superheroes when "Radio Man" thwarts the pirating ways of "The Broadcast Buccaneers" as they plunder the airwaves. SC, 32pgs, FC$2.99 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #222
    Radioactive Man (2000 2nd Series) 222

    by Lash, Laxamana, Smith, & Morrison It's 1973, and Radioactive Man goes underground to battle student activists and civil unrest as Rod Runtledge (a.k.a. Fallout Boy) is taken hostage at a nearby university! But has Fallout Boy dropped out, tuned in, grown a social conscience, and joined the cause? Find out in this trippy tribute to the alternative comics of yesteryear! FC, 32pg Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #575
    Radioactive Man (2000 2nd Series) 575

    by Lash, DeCarlo, Smith, and Morrison It's January, 1984. Dr. Bix Bentley of the Superior Squad has devised a plan to free Radioactive Man from the lighting bolt imbedded in his brain once and for all. But the best laid plans of Bug Boy and men often go awry, and a new Radioactive Man is born! And believe us when we tell you, this RM is no boy scout! With Zenith in the midst of a media maelstrom over the new Radioactive Man, someone has to put it all back together again... Radioactive Man's alter ego, Claude Kane III! It's a three-part story arc told in one big issue, featuring a special cover by fan favorite, Howard Chaykin! FC, 32pg$2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #711P
    Radioactive Man (2000 2nd Series) 711P

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    NOTE: polybagged. 7-11 Exclusive. Released in conjunction with the Simpsons movie in 2007 during the "Kwik-E Mart" makeover of 7-11's. "The True Origin of Radioactive Man" written by Bill Morrison with art by Tone Rodriguez. "The Amazing Radioactive Spider" written by Batton Lash with art by Michael DeCarlo. "Planet of the Strange-O's" written by Jesse Leon McCann & Robert Graff with art by Hilary Barta. Full color, 32 pages, standard paper stock. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #711U
    Radioactive Man (2000 2nd Series) 711U

    NOTE: not polybagged or polybag is opened. 7-11 Exclusive. Released in conjunction with the Simpsons movie in 2007 during the "Kwik-E Mart" makeover of 7-11's. "The True Origin of Radioactive Man" written by Bill Morrison with art by Tone Rodriguez. "The Amazing Radioactive Spider" written by Batton Lash with art by Michael DeCarlo. "Planet of the Strange-O's" written by Jesse Leon McCann & Robert Graff with art by Hilary Barta. Full color, 32 pages, standard paper stock. Cover price $3.99.