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  • Issue #1
    DP7 (1986) 1
    Published Nov 1986 by Marvel.

    "The Clinic!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Romeo Tanghal. It's a world not unlike our own. Words like paranormal or super-hero are euphemisms only used in comic books and movies. That was until the White Event! In one blinding moment the landscape of the universe changed. Welcome to the New Universe. Seven very special people are brought together by their unique abilities at the mysterious facility known as "The Clinic for Paranormal Research." They soon find themselves caught up in a conspiracy bigger than anyone could have possibly realized. When they revolt against their oppressors and go on the lamb they will forever be known as D.P. 7 (Displaced Paranormals - 7). NOTE: Long before the television hit that is "Heroes," DP7 was the original normal-world/paranormals/conspiracy story. - Odinson, Lone Star Archivist Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #2
    DP7 (1986) 2
    Published Dec 1986 by Marvel.

    "Runaways!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Romeo Tanghal. On the run, cold, and hungry, it isn't long before DP 7 pursuers catch up to them. But what happens when their hunters turn out to also be a paranormals? Super power brawl! Plus, the group learns more about their mysterious abilities. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #3
    DP7 (1986) 3
    Published Jan 1987 by Marvel.

    "Loose Ends!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Romeo Tanghal. Hoping to put some real distance between themselves and their pursuers, the group heads out on the road. But as their abilities continue to evolve, DP 7 is finding it harder and harder to hide what they are from the public. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #4
    DP7 (1986) 4
    Published Feb 1987 by Marvel.

    "Wompus!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Romeo Tanghal. Tensions are running high with the group, and it's all Lenore can do to keep the them together. Meanwhile, things go from bad to worst when the super-strong David is mistaken for a cattle-killing monster the locals call "the Wompus." Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #5
    DP7 (1986) 5
    Published Mar 1987 by Marvel.

    "Exorcism!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Romeo Tanghal. Even on the run, the group finds the time to use their special abilities to help small children who's school bus is overturned in a car wreck. Plus, when Scuzz decides he's leaving the group, is there anyone powerful enough to stop him? Don't bet on it. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #6
    DP7 (1986) 6
    Published Apr 1987 by Marvel.

    "Revenge!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Romeo Tanghal. Scuzz soon learns that it's not easy being a lone freak in a world not ready to accept his kind. However, things get worse for the lone DP when his burgeoning abilities become even more uncontrollable and powerful. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #7
    DP7 (1986) 7
    Published May 1987 by Marvel.

    "Kidnaped!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Romeo Tanghal. When Stephanie takes her new friends home to meet her family things don't turn out quite like she imagined. Plus, things go bad when one of their own is kidnaped. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #8
    DP7 (1986) 8
    Published Jun 1987 by Marvel.

    "The Hunt!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Williamson Bulanadi. One by one the team is being taken down. Strap in for a fast paced chase that will leave only one DP left free to rescue the others, but which one? Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #9
    DP7 (1986) 9
    Published Jul 1987 by Marvel.

    "Dream!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Al Williamson. The group is back at The Clinic and life is good. Almost too good. Is their new life at the research facility of their own volition or is there something far more sinister at work here? Plus, don't miss the ultimate volleyball game when two teams of paranormals throw down. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #10
    DP7 (1986) 10
    Published Aug 1987 by Marvel.

    "Orphan!" Guest-starring the Woodsman. Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. David is the only DP left, but his pursuers are hot on his heels. If he falls there will be no one left to rescue the others. Luckily, he'll get some help from an unlikely source. Plus, Randall's Anti-Body is dying. If it can't get back to its host body soon, it will dissipate into nothingness. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #11
    DP7 (1986) 11
    Published Sep 1987 by Marvel.

    "Haven!" Guest-starring the Woodsman. Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Al Williamson. After weeks of training with the Woodsman, David is finally ready to rescue his friends from the malevolent clutches of The Clinic. But can even a man with the strength of a "Mastodon" overcome the combined might of the ESPeople?! Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #12
    DP7 (1986) 12
    Published Oct 1987 by Marvel.

    "Redemption!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. DP-7 is finally reunited and they come face-to-face with the most powerful paranormal yet - Overshadow! How can the team hope to stand against a man with the ability to use any power imaginable? Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #13
    DP7 (1986) 13
    Published Nov 1987 by Marvel.

    "New Management!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. Can Randy and his amazing Antibodies stop the super-strong David from making the biggest mistake of his life? Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #14
    DP7 (1986) 14
    Published Dec 1987 by Marvel.

    "Cliques!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. The original team faces off with some upstarts at The Clinic. When the battle goes down though, will racial lines influence Charly's loyalties? Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #15
    DP7 (1986) 15
    Published Jan 1988 by Marvel.

    "Hunger!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. As Lenore continues to come to terms with her special ability she soon finds herself addicted to its sensational side effects. Meanwhile, Randy repels his murderous antibody. With no host to go home to, where will this ghostly apparition go? Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #16
    DP7 (1986) 16
    Published Feb 1988 by Marvel.

    "Rumble!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. Scuzz forms his own gang made up of the younger residents at The Clinic. As the paranormals continue to form their cliques, can a gang war be far behind? Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #22
    DP7 (1986) 22
    Published Aug 1988 by Marvel.

    The Draft tie-in. "Army Dreamers!" Guest-starring Nightmask and Kickers, Inc. Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. It's a turning point in the lives of DP-7 as the team joins the army and becomes fully deputized agents of the US Government. Meanwhile, the super-fast Jeffrey must deal with a recurring nightmare. Can the dreamscape hero known as Nightmask help him? Includes Marvel Handbook entries for Mastodon and the Paranormal Training Annex at Fort Benning, Georgia. Includes the Official Timeline of the New Universe. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #23
    DP7 (1986) 23
    Published Sep 1988 by Marvel.

    "Convergence!" Guest-starring Psi-Force, Nightmask, and Codename: Spitfire. Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. As the government begins to "Draft" more and more paranormals into the army members of DP-7 and Psi-Force let their competitive natures get the better of them. Meanwhile, Lenore visits Jenny Swensen, former pilot of the Spitfire armor. It seems Swensen has contracted some sort of disease from the radioactive fallout of The Pitt (see Pitt (1987 Marvel) 1-Shot) and she may not be long for this world. Includes the Official Timeline of the New Universe. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #24
    DP7 (1986) 24
    Published Oct 1988 by Marvel.

    "Enough!" Guest-starring Nightmask, Woodsman, and Codename: Spitfire. Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. As Mastodon is punished for his insurrection (see last issue), Stephie is finding that army-life agrees with her. Plus, Jenny Swensen, former pilot of the Spitfire armor, gets a whole new look you'll have to see to believe. Includes Marvel Handbook entries for Glitter, Scuzz, and Twilight. Includes the Official Timeline of the New Universe. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #25
    DP7 (1986) 25
    Published Nov 1988 by Marvel.

    "Quitting!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. As David fights for his life on the operating table, a car accident endangers the life of Shadowman's host body. Plus, Randy must face the gelatinous creature (think the Blob on steroids) spawned from The Pitt! NOTE: This creature made its 1st appearance in Star Brand (1986) #14. "ESPeople!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Javier Saltares. In this 6-page back-up tale, the dreamscape hero known as the Nightmask comes face-to-face with the paranormals known as the ESPeople! Nightmask's story continues in Justice (1986) #25. Includes the Official Timeline of the New Universe. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #26
    DP7 (1986) 26
    Published Dec 1988 by Marvel.

    Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. Randy discovers his antibodies give him more power than he could have ever imagined. Plus, DP-7 can't stop the gelatinous horror that was spawned in The Pitt (Star Brand (1986) #14) mankind may be doomed! Includes the Official Timeline of the New Universe. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #27
    DP7 (1986) 27
    Published Jan 1989 by Marvel.

    "The Ditch!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. As Randy, a.k.a. Antibody, gets used to his evolving abilities, Stephanie goes wild and the armored Jenny Swensen, former pilot of the Spitfire armor, maybe the only one powerful enough to contain her. Meanwhile, in order to save the life of a friend, Mastodon must confront the earthmoving powers of Dirtbag! Includes the Official Timeline of the New Universe. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #28
    DP7 (1986) 28
    Published Feb 1989 by Marvel.

    "The Candidate!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. It's the guys versus the girls as an enemy from DP-7's past sets the women on the team against the men. Can Mastodon and Antibody stop their friends without hurting them? Plus, what is Voight's ultimate goal, and what will it mean for the future of the country? Includes the Official Timeline of the New Universe. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #29
    DP7 (1986) 29
    Published Mar 1989 by Marvel.

    "Deadweight!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. When a snipers bullet endangers the life of a friend, Antibody unleashes an army of duplicates to find the gunman. But in his weakened condition even that may not be enough. If DP-7 can't find the gunman before its too late, will he kill again? Includes the Official Timeline of the New Universe. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #30
    DP7 (1986) 30
    Published Apr 1989 by Marvel.

    Christmas issue. "The Tree!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. Meet the newest super-hero in the New Universe - Captain Manhattan! Can this man of mystery help DP-7 stop a gang of malevolent paranormals before they ruin Christmas for the city? Includes the Official Timeline of the New Universe. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #31
    DP7 (1986) 31
    Published May 1989 by Marvel.

    "Cult!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. Can Mastodon pull Scuzz out of the clutches of a deadly cult or is it already too late? Plus, Randy and Charly come to an understanding about their relationship. Includes the Official Timeline of the New Universe. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #32
    DP7 (1986) 32
    Published Jun 1989 by Marvel.

    Final Issue. "The Cure!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi. When news of a cure begins to spread the paranormal community become divided. Some see this as a miracle and the answer to their dreams. Others view it as a way to take away that which makes them special. Is this the end of the New Universe? Includes the Official Timeline of the New Universe. NOTE: The concept of the New Universe was really innovative and fresh in 1986, with Star Brand and DP-7 being the cream of the crop. Though it lacked direction, at some times it was very inspired and it's a shame it was not allowed to reach its full potential. Maybe with Neil Gaimen's New Universal (2006) series the New Universe can finally unfurl and blossom into the beautiful flower it was always meant to be. Only time will tell. - Odinson, Lone Star Comics Archivist Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1
    DP7 (1987) Annual 1

    "Origins!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Lee Weeks and Tony DeZuniga. Two years ago a phenomenon dubbed the "White Event" changed the course of mankind forever. At that moment Nelson Kohler, a computer software salesman, was driving home to his family when the Event happened. Blinded by the light, he was killed in the car crash that followed. Now, known as the ghostly figure the Witness (1st appearance), Nelson must watch the events that follow the White Event as they unfold in this New Universe. Featuring the origins of all the members of DP-7. The story of the Witness continues in the Pitt (1987 Marvel) 1-Shot. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    DP7 Classic TPB (2007 Marvel) New Universe 1-1ST

    Volume 1 - 1st printing. Collects DP7 (1986-1989) #1-9.

    Written by MARK GRUENWALD. Art and cover by PAUL RYAN.

    The Gru tackled the New and it's here for you!

    Before his history-making work on Captain America and Quasar, Mark Gruenwald helped build the New Universe from the ground up with an outcast cast of Seven Displaced Paranormals on a quest leading them into urban legends, domestic disasters, and teen terror! Super-speed, super-strength, and superlative action from the creator of the ground-breaking Squadron Supreme miniseries! It's an out-of-body experience you can't miss!

    Softcover, 224 pages, full color.

    Cover price $24.99.

  • Issue #72
    Exiles (2001 1st Series Marvel) 72

    World Tour: Part 4 of 14: New Universe 1 of 3 - Written by TONY BEDARD Pencils & Cover by PAUL PELLETIER The World Tour continues! What's old is new again as the Exiles travel to the New Universe to save a teammate that could be lost forever! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #73
    Exiles (2001 1st Series Marvel) 73

    World Tour: Part 5 of 14: New Universe 2 of 3 - Written by TONY BEDARD Pencils & Cover by PAUL PELLETIER The World Tour continues! What's old is new again as the Exiles travel to the New Universe to save a teammate that could be lost forever! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #74
    Exiles (2001 1st Series Marvel) 74

    World Tour: Part 6 of 14: New Universe 3 of 3 - Written by TONY BEDARD Pencils & Cover by PAUL PELLETIER "WORLD TOUR: NEW UNIVERSE" Ta-da! A new Exile joins the team! And he or she arrives just in time to save the team from having their brains smashed across all reality! Part 3 (of 3)! 32 PGS./T+ SUGGESTED FOR TEENS AND UP Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #12-1ST
    Exiles TPB (2002-2008 Marvel) 12-1ST

    Volume 12 -1st printing. "World Tour: Book 1!" Collects Exiles (2001-2008 Marvel) #69-74.

    Written by TONY BEDARD. Art and Cover by PAUL PELLETIER.

    The Exiles return to prime earth, only to find it not so prime anymore. So not only do the Exiles have House of M to deal with, they have to face the most powerful mutant on the planet! Also featuring The New Universe!

    Softcover, 144 pages, full color.

    Cover price $16.99.

  • Issue #4-1ST
    Exiles TPB (2009-2010 Marvel) Ultimate Collection 4-1ST

    Volume 4 - 1st printing. Collects Exiles (2001-2008 1st Series Marvel) #59-74 and the AGE OF APOCALYPSE HANDBOOK. Written by TONY BEDARD. Art by MIZUKI SAKAKIBARA, JIM CALAFIORE, MARK MCKENNA and PAUL PELLETIER. Cover by JIM CALAFIORE. Six strangers, each an X-Man from a different reality - brought together to ensure that life as we know it doesn't cease to exist! They have become unhinged from time. They are heroes from different realities whose own timelines have become compromised. The lives they once knew are gone. To return to their worlds, they must travel together from one alternate universe to another, each time completing a mission to set right what went wrong. They have found love, experienced danger and formed friendships. Their lives are unpredictable. No one can say where their next mission will take them. They are the Exiles, and this is their fate. Now, relive their quest to fix the kinks in the chains of reality, collected across six titanic trade paperbacks! Softcover, 440 pages, full color. Cover price $34.99.

  • Issue #1
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 1

    "Brave New World!" Story by Archie Goodwin. Art by Geof Irshwood, Joe Delbeato, and Jack Fury. Words like paranormal or super-hero are euphemisms only used in comic books and movies. That was until the White Event! In one blinding moment the landscape of the universe changed. Welcome to the New Universe. In the aftermath of the White Event an enigmatic man of power emerges from the shadows to act as judge, jury, and executioner for those who would visit harm on the innocent. His name is Justice! Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #2
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 2

    "Land of Other Shadows!" Story by Steve Englehart. Art by Geof Irshwood and Vince Colletta. While being held behind bars Justice is attacked by man-beasts who would see him dead. But more importantly, who is behind this sudden attack? Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #3
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 3

    "Out by Exit 14!" Story by Steve Englehart. Art by Geof Irshwood and Vince Colletta. When Becky Chambers and Detective Pittman catch up with the enigmatic hero known as Justice the three of them run into a bizarre situation that will cost one of them their life and leave another with a crippling injury. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #4
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 4

    "Shangri-La!" Story by Steve Englehart. Art by Joe Staton and Geof Irshwood. Justice comes face-to-face with the man responsible for so much evil in the world, Damon Conquest. But the enigmatic hero soon learns that there is more to this malevolent gangster than meets the eye. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #5
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 5

    "Dad!" Story by Steve Englehart. Art by Tony Salmons and Tom Morgan. Justice and Becky face off with the mysterious monster who just so happens to be the father of Damon Conquest, and the only man who has defeated Justice in combat. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #6
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 6

    "Sara!" Story by Geof Irshwood. Art by Geof Irshwood and Vince Colletta. It's been a month since Conquest kidnapped Becky and fled back to Justice's homeworld. While Justice broods over a world he may never see again, has he forgotten about the evil in this world that needs attending to. Maybe the girl named Sara can help him remember. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #7
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 7

    "A Mirror, Darkly!" Story by Steve Englehart. Art by Geof Irshwood and Vince Colletta. In the tragic aftermath of last issue's events, Justice tracks down those responsible for trafficking illegal drugs into the city and does what he does best - enforce justice. Plus, what of Becky and her new role in a strange world? Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #8
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 8

    "Blind-Sided!" Story by Geof Irshwood. Art by Geof Irshwood and Vince Colletta. When Justice is arrested and accused of the murder of Becky Chambers, the enigmatic hero finds himself at odds with the Justice Department. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #9
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 9

    "Haunted Heart!" Story by Gerry Conway. Art by Keith Giffen and Rick Bryant. Racked with guilt over the death of the woman he loved and wanted by the law for her murder, Justice walks the snow covered streets of the city in search of evil to smite. Be careful what you wish for. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #10
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 10

    "Hour of Corruption!" Story by Gerry Conway. Art by Keith Giffen and Vince Colletta. Justice suddenly finds himself in the desert and forced into mortal combat with a fellow Justice Warrior who has been corrupted by the touch of evil. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #11
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 11

    "Desert Resurrection!" Story by Gerry Conway. Art by Keith Giffen and Vince Colletta. In the aftermath of his brutal battle with Klane, Justice seeks shelter from the harsh desert. A place to get rest and tend his wounds. However, the beast-men of his enemies are hot on his trail, and if they have anything to say about it Justice will not live through the night. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #12
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 12

    "To Protect and Serve!" Story by D.G. Chichester and Margaret Clark. Art by Tom Grindberg, and Rick Bryant. Back to full power Justice sets out to stop gun-totting madmen before they can kill again. It's a new beginning for the enigmatic hero who is the judge, jury, and executioner of those who would visit evil on others. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #13
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 13

    "Drug of Choice!" Story by Gerry Conway. Art by Keith Giffen and Vince Colletta. Justice comes face-to-face with a mysterious man who hides a monstrous secret. A secret that just may cost Justice his life. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #14
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 14

    "This is a Land full of Power and Glory!" Story by Sandy Plunkett. Art by David Hoover and Vince Colletta. The enigmatic hero known as Justice finds himself in the middle of a complicated situation where it's hard to tell the good guys from the bad guys. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #15
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 15

    "Rude Awakening!" Guest-starring Nightmask. Story by Mark Gruenwald and Peter David. Art by Lee Weeks. Get ready for the most eye-opening and shocking story of this series. Everything you think you know about Justice is wrong, and the dreamscape hero known as Nightmask is coming along for the ride. This issue brings closure to last fifteen issues and sets the stage for the future of Justice. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #16
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 16

    "Justice, Justice, Pursue It!" Guest-starring DP-7. Story by Peter David. Art by Lee Weeks and Tony DeZuniga. It's a new look and new direction for the enigmatic hero known as Justice. Plus, his actions draw the attention of the paranormal heroes of DP-7 and others whose connections to him will be revealed in time. Cover price $0.75.