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  • Issue #113
    Luftwaffe 1946 (2002) Vol. 03 113

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    Stories and art by Ted Nomura, Marcel Magnette, Justo Miranda, and Paula Mercado. Cover by Ted Nomura. Sometimes listed as Families of Altered Wars #113 or Luftwaffe 1946 Vol. 03 #13. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. England braces for more bomb attacks while Germany readies its V-3 and V-4 weapons as a prelude to attacking America. Plus "Reichdreams" from Spains Miranda and Mercado, and more stories from Marcel Magnette of Belgium. Raumkrieg, Part 8; Tigers of Terra: Shadow War, Part 8; Brotherhood of Tigers Part 1, Act 7; My Childhood in America: 1970; Eagles Talons, Part 2 & 3. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #114
    Luftwaffe 1946 (2002) Vol. 03 114

    Stories and art by Ted Nomura, Marcel Magnette, Justo Miranda, and Paula Mercado. Cover by Ted Nomura. Sometimes listed as Families of Altered Wars #114 or Luftwaffe 1946 Vol. 03 #14. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. The Allied firebombing of Germany ends, but what follows may be the unthinkable. Plus "Reichdreams" from Spains Miranda and Mercado, and more stories from Marcel Magnette of Belgium. Raumkrieg, Part 9; Tigers of Terra: Shadow War, Part 9; My Childhood in America, Part 7; Lanz of Faith, Part 4; Reichdreams: Forward Swept, Part 1. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #115
    Luftwaffe 1946 (2002) Vol. 03 115

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    Stories and art by Ted Nomura, Marcel Magnette, Justo Miranda, and Paula Mercado. Cover by Ted Nomura. Sometimes listed as Families of Altered Wars #115 or Luftwaffe 1946 Vol. 03 #15. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. The Allied powers consider using nuclear weapons against Nazi Germany. Plus "Reichdreams" from Spains Miranda and Mercado, and more stories from Marcel Magnette of Belgium. Technically the final issue of Volume 3, but followed immediately by Volume 4. Raumkrieg, Part 10; Tigers of Terra: Shadow War, Part 10; My Childhood in America, Part 8; Black Orbit, Part 2; Reichdreams: Forward Swept, Part 2. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #116
    Luftwaffe 1946 (2002) Vol. 03 116

    Stories and art by Ted Nomura, Marcel Magnette, Justo Miranda, and Paula Mercado. Cover by Ted Nomura. Sometimes listed as Families of Altered Wars #116 or Luftwaffe 1946 Vol. 04 #1. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. A new chapter of the "Luftwaffe: 1946" storyline explores Hitler's secret base in Antarctica. In "Tigers of Terra," Terra launches a counterstrike against the Viragonians. Plus "Reichdreams" from Spains Miranda and Mercado, and more stories from Marcel Magnette of Belgium. Luftwaffe 1946: The Antarctica Agenda, Part 1; Tigers of Terra: Shadow War, Part 11; Brotherhood of Tigers Part 1, Act 8; My Childhood in America, Part 9; Reichdreams: Forward Swept, Part 3. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #117
    Luftwaffe 1946 (2002) Vol. 03 117

    Stories and art by Ted Nomura, Marcel Magnette, Justo Miranda, and Paula Mercado. Cover by Ted Nomura. Sometimes listed as Families of Altered Wars #117 or Luftwaffe 1946 Vol. 04 #2. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. In "The Antarctica Conspiracy" part 2, Gus is horrified to discover hidden alien artifacts and worse in Hitler's remote base. In "Tigers of Terra," Reina returns after being MIA for a year. Luftwaffe 1946: The Antarctica Agenda, Part 2; Tigers of Terra: Shadow War, Part 12; My Childhood in America, Part 10; Brotherhood of Tigers Part 1, Act 9; Purple Heart. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #118
    Luftwaffe 1946 (2002) Vol. 03 118

    Stories and art by Ted Nomura, Marcel Magnette, Justo Miranda, and Paula Mercado. Cover by Ted Nomura. Sometimes listed as Families of Altered Wars #118 or Luftwaffe 1946 Vol. 04 #3. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. In "The Antarctica Conspiracy" part 3, Gus finds the remains of Hitlers South Pole labor force. In "Tigers of Terra," Reina learns that two kids are missing. Plus "Reichdreams" from Spains Miranda and Mercado, and more stories from Marcel Magnette of Belgium. Luftwaffe 1946: The Antarctica Agenda, Part 3; Tigers of Terra: Shadow War, Part 13; Brotherhood of Tigers Part 1, Act 10; Reichdreams: Forward Swept, Part 4; My Childhood in America, Part 11. Final issue of the volume; the series continues in Angels 750 (2004) #1. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #136
    Luftwaffe 1946 (2005) Vol. 05 136

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    Stories and art by Ted Nomura, Marcel Magnette, Justo Miranda, and Paula Mercado. Cover by Ted Nomura. Sometimes listed as Families of Altered Wars #136 or Luftwaffe 1946 Vol. 05 #1. Picks up the Families of Altered Wars stories from Panzer 1946 (2005) #5. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. Hitler plans to attack the U.S. from South America, forcing the U.S. to divert its military in defense. Plus Tigers of Terra, M1, Pocket Rocket Girls, "Reichdreams" from Spains Miranda and Mercado, and more stories from Marcel Magnette of Belgium. Luftwaffe: 1946: Hannas War, Part 1; Angels 750: Pocket Rocket Girls, Part 6: La Cage; Tigers of Terra: Mirror, Mirror, Part 6. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #138
    Luftwaffe 1946 (2005) Vol. 05 138

    Stories and art by Ted Nomura, Marcel Magnette, Justo Miranda, and Paula Mercado. Cover by Ted Nomura. Sometimes listed as Families of Altered Wars #138 or Luftwaffe 1946 Vol. 05 #3. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. The Allied forces brace for a Nazi attack on the U.S. home front. Plus "Reichdreams" from Spains Miranda and Mercado, and more stories from Marcel Magnette of Belgium. Luftwaffe: 1946: Hannas War; Angels 750: Pocket Rocket Girls; Tigers of Terra: Mirror, Mirror; The Lanz of Faith; Panzerfaust; Homeguard. Final issue of the volume, and – except for the Duel miniseries and some specials – the final issue of Families of Altered Wars. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #1
    Luftwaffe 1946 Annual (1998) 1

    Stories by Ted Nomura. Art by Ted Nomura, Ben Dunn, Joseph Wight, Patricia Lynn McGullam, and C.E. Davis. Cover by Ted Nomura. Sometimes listed as Families of Altered Wars #184. A series of stories and articles set in the world of Nomuras Families of Altered Wars. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. This special includes some of the earliest, previously unpublished prototype artwork that led to the Families of Altered Wars series. Plus a readers' section that includes artwork created by the fans of the series. Airkid; Kid War; Wars Series; Comrade Birdboy; Sturmvogel; Hitlers Angels of Death; Eagles of the Iron Cross; Angels of the Luftwaffe; Panzerducks; Battle of the Lousewake; The Last Samurai; Aircraft Profiles; Alternate Design Section. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2004
    Luftwaffe 1946 Annual (1998) 2004

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    Stories by Ted Nomura. Art by Ted Nomura, Ben Dunn, Joseph Wight, Patricia Lynn McGullam, and C.E. Davis. Cover by Ted Nomura. Sometimes listed as Families of Altered Wars #130. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. Ted delves further into the story of Hannah Reitsch, real-life German aviation pioneer who (in Nomuras Families of Altered Wars alternate-history scenario) becomes the first Nazi in space. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #1
    Luftwaffe 1946 Color Special (1998) 1

    Der Adler: The Eagle. Story, art and cover by Ted Nomura. Sometimes listed as Families of Altered Wars #61. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. A full-color special including a new short story, uniform profiles of the main characters, unit badges, and a detailed look at all of the experimental aircraft from the Luftwaffe 1946 series. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1
    Luftwaffe 1946 Sourcebook (2005) 1

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    Story, art and cover by Ted Nomura. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. For those who dont find the technical specs in the regular Altered Wars series to be detailed enough, this sourcebook treats Nomuras theoretical jets and aircraft like a tech manual for aircraft mechanics. 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #1
    Luftwaffe 1946 Technical Manual (1998) 1

    Stories and art by Ted Nomura, Justo Miranda, and James Lake. Cover by Ted Nomura. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. This tech manual gives detailed specifications on the various craft seen in the Projekt Saucer storyline from Luftwaffe: 1946 (Vol. 2). It also includes discusses the real-life foo fighter sightings over German airspace, which were at first thought to be some sort of strange new German superweapon. Introduction; Reichdreams Concept; Strange Phenomena in the German Skies During WWII; Circular Wing; The Flugelrad Concept; The Roto-Wing Concept; The VTOL Focke; The Coanda Effect; The Omega Diskus; Avro VZ-9 Avrocar; Luftwaffe: 1946: Projekt Saucer X-Profiles. 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #2
    Luftwaffe 1946 Technical Manual (1998) 2

    Stories and art by Ted Nomura and Justo Miranda. Cover by Ted Nomura. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. This tech manual gives detailed specifications on the various craft seen in the Families of Altered Wars series, from German Kamikazes to the war zeppelin. Hitlers Kamikazes: Introduction; Reichdreams Concept; Selbstopfermanner; Blom und Voss Bv40; Fieseler Fi 103; Bachem Ba 349 Natter; Messerschmitt P1103/P1104; Arado E381/3; Messerschmitt Me 328 Series; Ramschussjager Sombold So 344; Zeppelin Rammer; Daimler Benz Projekte E und F; Luftwaffe: 1946: X-Profiles; Product Review. 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #3
    Luftwaffe 1946 Technical Manual (1998) 3

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    By Justo Miranda and Ted Nomura. This third issue of Luftwaffe: 1946 Technical Manual once again shows the talent of Justo Miranda's deep and dedicated research, including data one manned V-2 championed by Dr. von Braun as the first capable space flight. Later, much of this technology would go on to developing the Apollo/ Saturn V moon rocket of 1967 for the Americans. Ted Nomura supplements the research with information relating to his own story. Nazi Germany may have won the technology war, but it was the Americans who benefited from it! b&w, 48pgs. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #4
    Luftwaffe 1946 Technical Manual (1998) 4

    By Justo Miranda and Ted Nomura. "Amerika Bombers"?In real history, after bungling their efforts to end World War II in Europe by Christmas of 1944, the Allies finally achieved their victory in May 1945. The extra six months that it took to win the war against Germany were very costly, but the Allies were to discover the horrific disaster that they prevented by keeping the war from going on into 1946. While the rest of the world was exposed to the Nazi crimes of the Jewish genocide, the military and political leaders were rushing to obtain the vast technology and weapons data of the Nazi war machine, often by using illegal means against their former allies. The biggest threat they discovered was "Projekt: Amerika," the planned bombing of America by nuclear and/or chemical means. This subject will once again showcase the talents of the Miranda/Mercado team with detailed data and drawings, from the long-range Me-264/Ta-400 bombers to the advanced Sanger spaceplane and the A9/A10 intercontinental missile. In addition, Luftwaffe/World War II: 1946 series creator Ted Nomura will include information relating to his own series. b&w, 48pgs. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #5
    Luftwaffe 1946 Technical Manual (1998) 5

    By Justo Miranda and Ted Nomura. "Wonder Weapons"?In February 1943, three and a half years after the beginning of World War II, Nazi Germany finally committed to "Total War," mobilizing the country and its citizens out of peacetime production status. The Allied firebombing of Hamburg was months away, and it would be more than a year before D-Day, but a mad rush into creating new defensive and offensive weapons before the end of war in 1945 resulted in a large dossier of incredible "Wonder Weapons." From high-powered sound weapons to an electromagnetic railgun, to a series of anti-aircraft missiles, they tried them all because they had nothing to lose but time. Once again, the Miranda/Mercado team provides a wealth of data in addition to extra information from Luftwaffe/WWII creator Ted Nomura. Quarterly. b&w, 48pgs. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #6
    Luftwaffe 1946 Technical Manual (1998) 6

    Stories and art by Ted Nomura, Justo Miranda, and Paula Mercado. Cover by Ted Nomura. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. This tech manual gives detailed specifications on the hypothetical German fighter jets used in the Families of Altered Wars series. Kleins Jager: Introduction; The Reichdreams Concept; German Rocket Planes; German Pulsejet Planes; German Jet Planes; German Glider Planes. 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #1
    Luftwaffe 1946 Triebflugel (1997) 1

    Story by Ted Nomura. Art by Ted Nomura and Ben Dunn. Cover by Ted Nomura. Sometimes listed as Families of Altered Wars #0. In this alternate-history world, the Axis powers succeeded in extending the war into 1946, allowing artists Nomura and company to create fanciful jet fighters and other aircraft as part of Hitlers Luftwaffe air force. A reprint of the Triebflugel story from the long out-of-print early issues of Tigers of Terra, focusing on the Focke-Wulf Triebflugel (tri-wing) interceptor, plus many previously unpublished pages and technical sections. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1
    Lum (1989) 1
    Tags: Manga
    Published May 1989 by Viz.
  • Issue #2
    Lum (1989) 2
    Tags: Manga
    Published Jun 1989 by Viz.
  • Issue #3
    Lum (1989) 3
    Tags: Manga
    Published Jul 1989 by Viz.
  • Issue #4
    Lum (1989) 4
    Tags: Manga
    Published Aug 1989 by Viz.
  • Issue #5
    Lum (1989) 5
    Tags: Manga
    Published Sep 1989 by Viz.
  • Issue #7
    Lum (1989) 7
    Tags: Manga
    Published Nov 1989 by Viz.
  • Issue #8
    Lum (1989) 8
    Tags: Manga
    Published Dec 1989 by Viz.
  • Issue #1-1ST
    Lum Urusei Yatsura TPB (1990 Viz Media) 1-1ST

    1st Printing - 1990. Written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi. When Gorgeous space-alien princess Lum invades Earth on her UFO, an unlucky Ataru Moroboshis world gets turned upside down! Can Ataru somehow miraculously save Earth from a space alien onslaught before Lum become Earth's Electifying new leader? Softcover, 5.5" x 8", 194 pages, B&W.

  • Issue #4-1ST
    Lupin III GN (2002-2004 Digest) 4-1ST
    Published by Tokyopop.

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    Volume 4 - 1st printing. Story and art by by Monkey Punch. When a detective agency hires Lupin to thwart the efforts of a business rival, he discovers that Fujiko is playing both companies to get her hands on a priceless Rembrandt. By this time, Lupin has tired of the foxy femme fatale and turns to the seduction of two other women whose combined tattoos form a treasure map. It isn't long, however, before his Fujiko returns for a ride on Lupin's missile... nuclear, that is. Softcover, 5-in. x 7-in., 192 pages, B&W. Mature Readers NOTE: These are Japanese manga-style GNs and are meant to be read right-to-left. Cover price $9.99.

  • Issue #5-1ST
    Lupin III GN (2002-2004 Digest) 5-1ST
    Published by Tokyopop.

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    Volume 5 - 1st printing. Story and art by by Monkey Punch. Lupin III is a rogue to make any father rogue proud, but not if that father, recently escaped from prison after being presumed dead for years, thinks his son is a scurrilous imposter, and that son is stunned by the fact that his father is alive. Craftiness, skill and a taste of tail definitely run in the family. And the Lupin family gets large when he finally encounters the samurai Goemon, a warrior who feels he can learn more from this master thief than from his own master; and into the ranks of the Lupin clan comes his arch rival Fujiko, though he'd be best advised to watch his back... especially when his life becomes a random and suspicious string of preposterous events. Lupin gets the feeling he's being toyed with for someone else's sick amusement... almost as if his world was being captured and cartooned in sequential panels... Softcover, 5-in. x 7-in., 192 pages, B&W. Mature Readers NOTE: These are Japanese manga-style GNs and are meant to be read right-to-left. Cover price $9.99.

  • Issue #6-1ST
    Lupin III GN (2002-2004 Digest) 6-1ST
    Published by Tokyopop.

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    Volume 6 - 1st printing. Story and art by by Monkey Punch. No blood for oil! Lupin attempts to defuse a bomb at an oil refinery faster than his fellow defusist Okite. However, good old Zenigata will draw blood pretty much anywhere in his quest to nab his quarry. Lupin decides to move out of big oil and into corporate sabotage as he swindles the public sector swindlers right out of their swindling businesses. But is he imagining all of this? Maybe Lupin needs to see a headshrinker... provided he doesn't lose his head along the way. Softcover, 5-in. x 7-in., 192 pages, B&W. Mature Readers NOTE: These are Japanese manga-style GNs and are meant to be read right-to-left. Cover price $9.99.

  • Issue #1
    Lycanthrope Leo (1994) 1
    Published 1994 by Viz.

    Story by Kengo Kaji. Art by Kenji Okamura. Lycanthrope Leo is a dark fantasy set in modern day Japan which tells the tale of a secret race of lycanthropes who live among us. A group knows as the Hunters persecutes the lycanthropes out of fear, while interior divisions between carnivorous and herbivorous lycanthropes split their unity even further. Although they've been somewhat scarce in the past, we're seeing more and more fantasy themed manga published these days. 40 pages, B&W. Mature Readers. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    Lycanthrope Leo (1994) 2
    Published 1994 by Viz.
  • Issue #3
    Lycanthrope Leo (1994) 3
    Published 1994 by Viz.

    Story by Kengo Kaji. Art by Kenji Okamura. Leo's confrontation with Okure, the biology teacher/hunter, comes to its inevitable conclusion as the leonine lycanthrope is aided by a mysterious voice in his head -- Kyoko pulls Leo back from the brink of a killing frenzy! Also: A beautiful new teacher comes to Leo's school, and begins to show a little too much interest in her students. 40 pages, B&W. Mature Readers. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #4
    Lycanthrope Leo (1994) 4
    Published 1994 by Viz.

    Story by Kengo Kaji. Art by Kenji Okamura. The secret of Leo's new teacher, Mayuko Asuka, is finally revealed! Is she really an ally (as she claims), or is this just another attempt by the Hunters to kill Leo? 40 pages, B&W. Mature Readers. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #5
    Lycanthrope Leo (1994) 5
    Published 1994 by Viz.

    Story by Kengo Kaji. Art by Kenji Okamura. Leo and Kyoko are attacked by Iwamoto and his gang while on the way home from school! Does he dare reveal his hidden powers? 40 pages, B&W. Mature Readers. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #6
    Lycanthrope Leo (1994) 6
    Published 1994 by Viz.

    Story by Kengo Kaji. Art by Kenji Okamura. After his meeting with Tagami, Leo begins attending his school's martial arts club more and more in an attempt to learn more not only about the mysterious 'Blood Tribe of the Beast,' but about his own powers, as well. And what is the real reason behind Mayumi Asuka's invitation to Leo to come visit her? 40 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #7
    Lycanthrope Leo (1994) 7
    Published 1994 by Viz.

    Story by Kengo Kaji. Art by Kenji Okamura. Called out in the middle of the night, Leo is drugged by Miss Asuka. When attacked by her beast-form, Leo transforms as well...but because of the drug, Leo loses control and only the stalwart Takizawa can save him from himself. Can a water buffalo stop an angry lion? Find out in the final issue! 40 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1
    Macross (1984 1st Series) 1
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    This is actually Robotech The Macross Saga #1. Fully repaired and ready for a test flight, the Macross ignores its own crew and fires its guns at unsuspecting Zentraedis scout vessels in the 28-page "Booby Trap." Continued in Robotech The Macross Saga (1985) #2. Script & editing by Carl Macek. Pencils by Svea Stauch. Inks, colors & production by Phil Lasorda & Gerry Giovinco, with Vince Argondezzi & Dotty Linberg. Wraparound cover. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1
    Macross II (1992 2nd Series) 1

    Written by Sukehiro Tomita (original script). Comic Adaptation/Art by Tsuguo Okazaki. Official comic adaptation of Macross II, the video series! Hibiki, a TV news reporter, exposes the scandal between the commander of the General Force and its ace female pilot, Silby. When Silby confronts Hibiki, they hear an emergency alarm. Assuming another attack on Earth by Zentorally, the General Force commander orders the Minmay attack with song! 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #2
    Macross II (1992 2nd Series) 2

    Written by Sukehiro Tomita (original script). Comic Adaptation/Art by Tsuguo Okazaki. Official comic adaptation of Macross II, the video series! The astonished U.N. Space Force discovers that this new enemy can neutralize their Minmay attack with its own song. As the battle roars, Hibiki and Dennis, an old war correspondent, ride a Valkyrie to report on the fighting. Hibiki soon finds himself face to face with Ishtar, the beautiful singer of the enemy aliens! 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #3
    Macross II (1992 2nd Series) 3

    Written by Sukehiro Tomita (original script). Comic Adaptation/Art by Tsuguo Okazaki. Official comic adaptation of Macross II, the video series! Reporter Hibiki takes Ishtar, the beautiful alien singer, home after finding her unconscious after a space battle. Under wraps at Hibiki's, Ishtar begins communicating with him. When she sees the Macross from his window, she realizes that it is the spaceship mentioned in their legends! 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #4
    Macross II (1992 2nd Series) 4

    Written by Sukehiro Tomita (original script). Comic Adaptation/Art by Tsuguo Okazaki. Official comic adaptation of Macross II, the video series! When Hibiki and Ishtar are attacked by the Marduk, Silvie helps them to escape. But they are surprised by Feff, the Marduk commander, who is trying to rescue Ishtar. Strangely, Ishtar refuses to leave. And Feff, faced with an attack by the U.N. Space Force, tries to escape to space! 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #5
    Macross II (1992 2nd Series) 5

    Written by Sukehiro Tomita (original script). Comic Adaptation/Art by Tsuguo Okazaki. Official comic adaptation of Macross II, the video series! Eavesdropping Silvie hears Ishtar reveal to Hibiki her identity as a Marduk emulator. Silvie tells Hibiki to turn Ishtar in, but he refuses. Later, at the Moon Festival where Silvie and her comrades display their skills as pilots, Ishtar is moved by an Earth singer's love songs. When Silvie escorts the singer back to Earth, Feff and the Marduk kidnap them. Hibiki and Ishtar go to their rescue! 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #6
    Macross II (1992 2nd Series) 6

    Written by Sukehiro Tomita (original script). Comic Adaptation/Art by Tsuguo Okazaki. Official comic adaptation of Macross II, the video series! After setting Silvie and Wendy free, Hibiki and Ishtar are captured by the Marduk. Hibiki is tortured while Ishtar faces trial as a traitor to her race. Silvie sneaks aboard the enemy ship alone, and leaves with Hibiki for the enemy flagship to find Ishtar! 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #7
    Macross II (1992 2nd Series) 7

    Written by Sukehiro Tomita (original script). Comic Adaptation/Art by Tsuguo Okazaki. Official comic adaptation of Macross II, the video series! A startling confession from Silvie causes Hibiki to find new admiration for the Valkyrie ace pilot. Meanwhile, the alien Elensch tries to reason Ishtar back to the Marduk cause by revealing the manifest destiny of their people. Will Silvie and Hibiki be able to find her in time? 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #8
    Macross II (1992 2nd Series) 8

    Written by Sukehiro Tomita (original script). Comic Adaptation/Art by Tsuguo Okazaki. Official comic adaptation of Macross II, the video series! After returning to Earth, both Hibiki and Silvie are abruptly taken under military protection. The Marduk dictator Ingues, sensing that the Earth culture can oppose his desire to rule the universe, orders an all out attack! Meanwhile, Ishtar disobeys a Marduk order as the U.N. Space Force fights a desperate battle! 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #9
    Macross II (1992 2nd Series) 9

    Written by Sukehiro Tomita (original script). Comic Adaptation/Art by Tsuguo Okazaki. Official comic adaptation of Macross II, the video series! The U.N. Space Force is losing its fierce battle against the Marduk fleet. Feff, a charismatic Marduk warrior, ignores the order to kill Ishtar and lets her escape. While she attempts to sing an Earth song to Marduk soldiers, U.N. Forces Commander Exxegran seeks peace by talking with the detained Silvie, who suggests using the SDF-1 Macross to attack the Marduk flagship and remove the dreaded dictator Ingues! 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #10
    Macross II (1992 2nd Series) 10

    Written by Sukehiro Tomita (original script). Comic Adaptation/Art by Tsuguo Okazaki. Official comic adaptation of Macross II, the video series! The Macross cannons fired at the enemy flagship are not effective. Ishtar tries to persuade her fellow Marduk emulators to revolt for the sake of peace against the dictator Ingues! The momentous conclusion to one of the biggest manga hits of the '90s! 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #1
    Macross II Micron Conspiracy (1994) 1

    Written by James D. Hudnall. Art by Schulhoff Tam. The all-new, American-made sequel to Macross II! When Viz first adapted the anime hit Macross II in 1992, Macross II was a hit. Now, Viz has brought back writer/translator James D. Hudnall, and teamed him with Battle Angel Alita cover artist Schulhoff Tam, for this all-new, original sequel to the series! We meet up again with Hibiki and Silvie, one year after the events of the first series -- and the defeat of the dictator Ingues. Since then, an "eternal treaty of peace" was signed between the peoples of the Earth and the Marduk, and a kind of prosperity reigns. But a spate of unexplained attacks against Zentraedi living on Earth throws Hibiki and Silvie together once more to solve the mystery! Are the recent events nothing more than a slight bubble in the Earth/Zentraedi melting pot...or are there more sinister forces at work? 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #2
    Macross II Micron Conspiracy (1994) 2

    Written by James D. Hudnall. Art by Schulhoff Tam. Lured into a trap in the warehouse district by the U.N.R., Hibiki and Silvie manage to escape by the skin of their teeth! Silvie gets tossed in the brig for her trouble, and Hibiki is no closer to solving the mystery. Everything seems hopeless...but who's that mysterious woman watching over Hibiki? 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.75.