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Cyberella (1996) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Cyberella (1996) 1
    Published Sep 1996 by Helix.

    Silent Weapons, Quiet Wars: Part 1 of 8 - Written by Howard Chaykin. Art by Don Cameron. Cover by Howard Chaykin & Don Cameron. The exciting new Helix line of science fiction comics is launched with the debut of Cyberella, a dizzying blend of satire, techno-fantasy and fast-paced adventure from the minds of Howard Chaykin and his frequent collaborator, artist Don Cameron. Sunny Winston is your average 21st-century American worker: She puts in her time at the giant Karoshi/MacroCorp corporation, retires home at night to her virtual-reality "simdominium," and, in her spare time, plays Cyberella, the most popular fantasy-computer game around. But MacroCorp has a secret project in the works that may doom humanity -- and transform Sunny in ways she can't even imagine. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #2
    Cyberella (1996) 2
    Published Oct 1996 by Helix.

    Silent Weapons, Quiet Wars: Part 2 of 8 - Written by Howard Chaykin. Art and Cover by Don Cameron. The adventures of the 21st century's hard-hitting virtual hero continue: The true, secret history of Cyberella is revealed! As Sunny Winston undergoes a strange transformation, learn the history of America's most marketable little girl, and the mega-corporation that owns her, lock, stock and simdominium. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #3
    Cyberella (1996) 3
    Published Nov 1996 by Helix.

    Silent Weapons, Quiet Wars: Part 3 of 8 - Written by Howard Chaykin. Art and Cover by Don Cameron. The adventures of the 21st century's hard-hitting virtual hero continue: Now fully merged with Cyberella, Sunny goes on a rampage through the city of Slangeliego, rapidly changing personalities and wreaking havoc in her path. Meanwhile, Travis and the MacroCorp executives meet their supernatural "silent partner." 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #4
    Cyberella (1996) 4
    Published Dec 1996 by Helix.

    Silent Weapons, Quiet Wars: Part 4 of 8 - Written by Howard Chaykin. Art and Cover by Don Cameron. The adventures of the 21st century's hard-hitting virtual hero continue: A dazed and disoriented Cyberella stages an attack on MacroCorp itself -- but she may not be ready for the company's bizarre, psychologically-oriented defense systems. Meanwhile, Bronson Travis III makes a bad deal with the devil -- literally -- which may doom the human race. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #5
    Cyberella (1996) 5
    Published Jan 1997 by Helix.

    Silent Weapons, Quiet Wars: Part 5 of 8 - Written by Howard Chaykin. Art and Cover by Don Cameron. An army of necronauts surges out of Hell into the city of Slangeliego. Meanwhile, Bronson Travis III, CEO of MacroCorp, tries to subdue a rampaging Cyberella by romancing her. Can the 21st century survive this? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #6
    Cyberella (1996) 6
    Published Feb 1997 by Helix.

    Silent Weapons, Quiet Wars: Part 6 of 8 - Written by Howard Chaykin. Art and Cover by Don Cameron. Cyberella uses her media-star status to rally the people of Slangeliego against Belair Edom's necronauts, who are threatening to overrun the city. But then she must face the real question: Just who -- and what -- has she become? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7
    Cyberella (1996) 7
    Published Mar 1997 by Helix.

    Silent Weapons, Quiet Wars: Part 7 of 8 - Written by Howard Chaykin. Art and Cover by Don Cameron. After a deadly poker game with the invading necronauts, Cyberella enters Hell itself and visits Belair Edom's groovy pad. But without their green-haired inspiration, what will become of the datacops left on Earth? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #8
    Cyberella (1996) 8
    Published Apr 1997 by Helix.

    Silent Weapons, Quiet Wars: Part 8 of 8 - Written by Howard Chaykin. Art and Cover by Don Cameron. In the climactic conclusion to the first Cyberella storyline, Cyberella is forced to battle a transformed and dangerous BTIII as an imploding wormhole threatens to suck Slangeliego into the depths of Hell. Can the 21st century's virtual heroine survive? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #9
    Cyberella (1996) 9
    Published May 1997 by Helix.

    Program Change or My Mom, My Enemy - Story and Cover by Don Cameron. Art by Don Cameron and Butch Lukic. In this special self-contained issue that serves as an excellent starting point for new readers: The truth is out there...WAY out there! Meet the last surviving alien from the Roswell landing: R.J. MacReady, who's...well, he's really just an ordinary fanboy with an immense head. MacReady's favorite TV show, The Informers, is featured in a special sequence in which The Informers clash with the Cyberelves, all courtesy of guest scripter/co-creator Don Cameron (who also draws the framing sequences) and guest artist, animator Butch Lukic. This issue introduces characters who will be featured in the next storyline. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #10
    Cyberella (1996) 10
    Published Jun 1997 by Helix.

    In Wuv and War: Part 1 of 3 - Written by Howard Chaykin. Art and Cover by Don Cameron. A new storyline begins, providing a perfect jumping-on point for new readers. In the wake of the demonic invasion, Belair Edom -- a.k.a. Satan, a.k.a. new CEO of MacroCorp -- introduces two new products onto the market: the Wuvzums, cuddly dinosaurs designed to soothe the populace, and Digitina, the company's new challenge to Cyberella. But where is Cyberella herself? And how does MacReady -- last surviving Roswell alien and world's biggest fanboy -- fit into all this? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #11
    Cyberella (1996) 11
    Published Jul 1997 by Helix.

    In Wuv and War: Part 2 of 3 - Written by Howard Chaykin. Art and Cover by Don Cameron. The Wuvzums -- cute, cuddly toy dinosaurs now grown to giant size -- go on a rampage through Slangeliego, spreading "wuv" and destruction. Meanwhile, Cyberella asserts her freedom from corporate ownership; Digitina makes her copyrighted-and-trademarked debut; and MacReady, the Roswell alien, continues to rage impotently. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12
    Cyberella (1996) 12
    Published Aug 1997 by Helix.

    In Wuv and War: Part 3 of 3 - Written by Howard Chaykin. Art and Cover by Don Cameron. Final issue. It's a king-sized battle of the titans as an enlarged Cyberella must defeat the equally gargantuan Wuvzums, the giant cuddly dinosaurs who've ravaged the city. Then our heroine comes down to Earth for a final knock-down, drag-out battle with Digitina, her new corporate challenger -- and for a confrontation with MacReady, the pathetic Roswell alien who's behind it all. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.