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  • Issue #0
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 0

    A couple of reservoir mooks pull a job that goes all screwy and wind up with a price on their heads and Lobo on their tails. But these bastiches may be their own worst enemies. While on the run, they compare wild, but true stories about the Main Man's life - tales to make knees rattle, blood curdle and ganglia twitch. Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 1

    In space, no one can hear you frag. By popular demand, Lobo hits the comic shops in his very own ongoing monthly series, without a 'Suggested for Mature Readers' label! Now everyone can get in on the action and fun month after month. It's the Lobo series you've been clamoring for - an action-packed fragfest, brimming over with good-natured gratuitous violence and twisted humor. The series gets under way with Lobo out on a typically destructive night on the town. What follows is a stop at Al's Diner for a few brews with some appalling violence, and then a trip to the local bounty office where the Main Man takes an assignment to bring in Qigly, the universe's most feared, loathed and powerful...accountant. Things take an ugly turn when Lobo meets heavy opposition from the Dead Boys, a bunch of bastiches with their own reasons for holding onto Qigly. Written by Alan Grant, with art and foil-embossed cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. New Format. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 2

    Lobo faces the ruthless Council of Dons, who don't want their accountant - the hyperintelligent Qigley - to fall into the Main Man's clutches. Meanwhile, the Dead Boys are on the run...with lots of explosions, pain and amusing death scenes to keep them company! Written by Alan Grant, with art by Val Semeiks and John Dell. Cover by Semeiks and Karl Kesel. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #3
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 3

    Lobo and Jonas Glim are one step closer to apprehending the notorious accountant Qigly and the equally notorious Dead Boys. All they have to do is go through Don Alduc's Pan-Galactic Mob and their battletanks - and then down into the sewers running beneath the city where the frag really hits the fan! Written by Alan Grant, with art by Val Semeiks and John Dell. Cover by Semeiks and Karl Kesel. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #4
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 4

    Heading back to Bunsen's Bounty Agency with Qigly in tow, Lobo is ambushed by the Kamikaze Biker Babes, who happen to be out on a male killing spree. And no one's more surprised than the Main Man when the bite on the neck he got from Jugula turns him into a giant, slavering, ravenous werewolf. Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #5
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 5

    Lobo takes an assignment to bring in Bludhound, a crazed killer on a death spree across the galaxy (who also happens to have a grotesque terminal illness known only as 'Rob's Disease'). Lobo can collect the bounty on Bludhound only by getting him before the disease does...which means first contending with an alien super-hero who's just too good to be true, the bastich! Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #6
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 6

    The Main Man rides shotgun with his good buddy Bim "the Space Gorilla" Simms in an intergalactic rig hauling valuable spare body-parts across pirate-infested space. Lobo's job: get the goods delivered...one way or another. Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #7
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 7

    Lobo rescues six "talented" individuals from certain death, assembling them for a dangerous mission against the warlord General Angrad. It can only be a job for...the Losers! Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #8
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 8

    While gunning for a power-mad villain on the planet Kannit, Lobo and his band of crazed killer losers come face to face with the Main Man's worst enemy...the one bastich even Lobo can't frag! Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #9
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 9

    The Main Man's bastich of a clone comes gunning for him. It's Lobo versus Lobo - but the clone still has his replicating powers and has plans to make more clones - a billion fraggin' Lobos to take over the universe! Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #10
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 10

    Nov 1994. When televideo preacher The Right Reverend Phonus Bolonus needs protection from the morally outraged forces of organized religion, there's only one Main Man he can turn to. But Lobo isn't too fond of holy rollers, so when the "Preacher Wars" break out, the Last Czarnian can't decide which side he'd rather frag. Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #11
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 11

    The Reverend 'Bo and Pastor Jonas Glim have been raking in millions from their Church of the Almighty Frag. When boredom sets in, the two bastiches plan one final intergalactic scam. But Goldstar, the nicest hero in space, will have none of it. And his goodness will not be denied. Lobo guest-stars in Aquaman (1994 3rd Series) #4, also out this month. Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #12
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 12

    Jan 1995. Lobo's bike is totalled after a head-on collision with a mail truck driven by Postman Pat. But when the wrong replacement parts arrive - delivered by Pat - Lobo loses what's left of his cool. What follows is wild postal high jinks, as Lobo continues to bash Pat to the point where something snaps...and even the Last Czarnian has to take cover when this disgruntled mail carrier goes "postal." Lobo makes a special appearance in this month's Ray (1994 2nd Series) #8. Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #13
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 13

    Lobo finally gets his 15 minutes of fame when he takes up a guitar and hits some power chords. And if that doesn't earn him a place on the charts, he can always use the guitar to pummel some interstellar recording company execs into recognizing his genuine talent - for heavy metal! Written by Alan Grant, with art by Carl Critchlow. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #14
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 14

    Part 1 of the 5-part 'Lobo, P.I.' Lobo travels to a burning, scalding foundry world to track down El Bastarde, the orneriest desperado in space. But El Bastarde was tipped off, and the Main Man suspects betrayal. Vowing to open his own bounty agency, Lobo opens the door to entrepreneurship. Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #15
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 15

    Part 2 of the 5-part 'Lobo, P.I.' A new private investigator walks the streets of Hammer City. He's got his own office and his own trenchcoat. What he doesn't have is clients, and the fraggin' rent is due. Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #16
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 16

    Part 3 of the 5-part 'Lobo, P.I.' The Main Man's gonna be fitted with cement galoshes if he doesn't spill the location of Eddie Da Head, whose incredible memory includes a secret military plan that could turn all household items into instant fraggin' bombs. Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. Mando Format Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #17
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 17

    Part 4 of the 5-part 'Lobo, P.I.' Lobo sets out to inflict a little ultraviolence on Big Jake and his boys, and the Maltiez Falkon's feathered pals start to ransack the planet. Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #18
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 18

    Part 5 of the 5-part 'Lobo, P.I.' Lobo takes on a gang of 'Gangsta Killas' in a knock-down, drag-out fragfest! Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Val Semeiks and John Dell. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #19
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 19

    Lobo and Jonas go undercover to 'Cheezworld,' a theme park threatened by a mad bomber. But little do they realize the horror of...the Bunny Suits?! Written by Alan Grant, with art by Howard Porter and Ande Parks. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #20
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 20

    'Toilet humor' gets a whole new meaning when the Main Man and Jonas ambush the Joe Pesni mob in a men's room. The frag really hits the fan in this tale of flying porcelain, exploding plumbing...and very weak bladders. Written by Alan Grant, with art by Phil Jimenez, John Stokes and Ande Parks. Cover by Jimenez and Stokes. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #21
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 21

    When Lobo's best 'hog' is shot out from under him, he has no choice but to hail a cab. But little does he realize the dangers within its alien, disease-infested passenger. Guest-starring the Space Cabby! Written by Alan Grant, with art and cover by Kevin O'Neill. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #22
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 22

    Cover art by Vince Giarrano. "Soul 2 Soul," script by Alan Grant, art by Vince Giarrano; The main man makes his long-awaited return to New York City; Someone has taken his favorite jam off of permanent loop and he wants answers!; The fallen angel of hell, Neron, also appears hes hungry for souls and has an offer that Lobo cant refuse. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #23
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 23

    Cover pencils by Steve Ellis, inks by John Dell. "The Stargaze Rally! Part One: Of Bikes And Booze," script by Alan Grant, pencils by Steve Ellis, inks by John Dell; This ain't your daddy's motorcycle rally: this is Stargaze's Biker Rally 5000!; An entire week of bikes, booze and debauchery...this will be a hangover for the ages. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #24
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 24

    Cover pencils by Steve Ellis, inks by John Dell. "Stargaze Welcomes Careful Bikers," script by Alan Grant, pencils by Steve Ellis, inks by Phyllis Novin and Mark Propst; Bikers Heaven" part 2. A race for the title of the galaxys greatest biker isnt enough for old Lobo, who decides to hold his own race to see who the real main man is!; Unfortunately the local police have something to say about this unauthorized race; Too bad Lobo aint listening. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #25
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 25

    Cover pencils by Steve Ellis, inks by John Dell. "Lobo's Big Birfday Bash," script by Alan Grant, pencils by Steve Ellis, inks by Mark Propst and Phyllis Novin; Lobos friends--at least those wholl own up to it--throw him a surprise birthday party. What were they thinking?! 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #26
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 26

    Cover pencils by Val Semeiks, inks by John Dell. "The Duel," script by Alan Grant, pencils by Alex Horley, inks by Paolo Parente; Lobo goes to an intergalactic gun show and, predictably, gets in a fight. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #27
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 27

    When a supergenius geek tries to unlock the secrets of life after death, he's interrupted by Billy Krono, a time-cop from the future who's after Lobo! But the Main Man's got even bigger, crueller and more brutal fish to fry! Written by Alan Grant. Art by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #28
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 28

    THE HEIRESS - Part 1 of 4. Al's got a special "All You Can Eat" day at his new luxury diner. Trouble is, his newest customers are the Great Big Fat Bastiches, a gang of evil eaters! Luckily for Al, the Great Big Fat Bastiches have a price on their heads...and Lobo means to collect! Written by Alan Grant. Art by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #29
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 29

    THE HEIRESS - Part 2 of 4. When Darlene, the gorgeous, good-hearted waitress at Al's Diner, turns out to be an heiress to zillions, only Lobo can supply the protection she'll need from killer opportunists. But the Main Man's cruelest, most insidiously monstrous, loathsome and evil enemies are out in force, and even Lobo must pause before...The Lawyers! Written by Alan Grant. Art by Scot Eaton, Mark Propst and Scott Hanna. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #30
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 30

    THE HEIRESS - Part 3 of 4. Welcome to Slam City, a metropolis hovering at the edge of a black hole, where Darlene Spritzer has inherited the mantle of boss over the whole Spritzer Crime Syndicate. And take a wild guess who her right-hand-man is? You got it. It's high-calibre ultraviolence and bone-crushing fun when Lobo joins the "Family." Written by Alan Grant. Art by Shawn McManus. Cover pencils by Val Semeiks. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #31
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 31

    THE HEIRESS - Part 4 of 4. As Lobo slaves away in a prison chain gang, laboring to keep Slam City from falling into a black hole, the kidnapped Darlene is tied to the conveyor belt of a devouring trash compactor. Can Lobo break free, escape the Sheriff's goons, and save the beautiful damsel in distress before time runs out?! Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #32
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 32

    Lobo frags the only guy who can lead him to Canis Galoopus, a wanted criminal with a huge bounty on his head. Out of alternatives, the main man attends a seance so he can shake down the ghost of the dead informant. But the living can't really threaten the dead...so Lobo frags himself and becomes a ghost in order to get the job done! Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #33
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 33

    In the town of Deluge, where the rain never ends, Lobo returns from the spirit world killing the ghost of Lupus Galoopus. The only thing Lobo didn't count on was finding his body completely eaten by flesh-devouring snails! All that's left is a ratty Czarnian skeleton, but what the heck--a body's a body! Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #34
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 34

    Avast ye, matey, if it arrren't Captain Ahab who's gone a-whalin' fer the Main Man's beloved dolphins! And fer that, Lobo be introducin' Ahab to the business end of his own harpoon! "Skewered through the scupper" takes on a new meanin' in the saltiest Lobo tale in creation! Written by Alan Grant. Pencils and cover by Frank Gomez. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #35
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 35

    Just when you thought things couldn't get weirder, Lobo signs on as the rough-and-ready trail guide for the infamous "Death-Trek," the re-enactment of an historic pioneer journey fraught with man-eating baboons. Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #36
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 36

    "Death-Trek" comes to a frag-all wild conclusion as Lobo leads the remaining wagons towards the Desert of Despair, the final horrific place they must pass through in order to reach the Promised Land. The only problem is that there's a traitor in their midst who wants the Death-Trek to live up to its name. Written by Alan Grant. Art by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #37
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 37

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    It's just what everyone needed. Committed to paper for the first time--Lobo's Guide to Girls! What they want! What they need! Turn-ons and turn-offs! Make-up tips! Make-out tips! Everything you need to be as sexually attractive as everyone's favorite Czarnian brute! Written by Alan Grant. Art by Barry Kitson, David Roach, Shawn McManus and Ariel Olivetti. Cover by Brian Bolland. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #38
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 38

    Meet "Bomandi the Last 'Bo on Earth!" It's the dawn of time--one million B.C.! Life as we know it has just begun. And there stands the primitive Main Man! But fighting dinosaurs is small potatoes compared to the greatest challenge of them all--battling the Dinosaurs of Rock! Those old timers are really something to be afraid of! Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #39
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 39

    Lobo joins the murderous crew of the slaughter sailing schooner The Mutiny. In charge is the infamous Captain Rehab, a revenge-driven madman who lives only to seek out and destroy the sea monster "The Behemoth," the creature that ripped his body apart lo those many years ago. It goes without saying that there's a huge bounty on this sea monster that Lobo wouldn't mind getting his hands on. The only drawback is that he's a lowly sailor who signed on to the crew of The Mutiny in a drunken stupor. Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #40
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 40

    Lobo and Lucky have been floating for two weeks in the guts of the giant space-whale. Little do they know that a mere intestine away floats Captain Rehab, still trying to kill the monster, alongside the Blackbutt pirate gang Lobo was hired to slaughter in the first fraggin' place. Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #41
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 41

    The apartment of yuppie buddies sure didn't expect a couple of brutal alien intergalactic bounty-killers to respond to their ad for roommates--but that's what happened when Lobo and Jonas Glim needed an inconspicuous joint to hole-up in while getting ready for their big score. Still, it wasn't all bad. No, that's a lie. It WAS all bad. Drinking coffee, watching must-see TV, talking golf, discussing hair-care products, investing in junk bonds, and eating healthily--Lobo and Jonas barely get out alive! Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Alex Horley. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #42
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 42

    Nobody dumps the Main Man for another guy! Say it ain't so 'Bo?!? Lobo tangos his way to Argentina to find Perfidia--the girl who stole his heart. Little does he realize that he's gotta tear out a buncha beating hearts before he finds the one that he thinks beats only for him. Dancing and violence abound as the blood flows down Argentina way! Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Ariel Olivetti and Pier Brito. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #43
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 43

    There's gotta be a reason that Lobo and his pal Jonas have donned hard-hats and are working up a sweat filling potholes on an alien planet--because it sure isn't for the lousy overtime! Actually, Lobo and Jonas are trying to make a man out of Jonas' teenage nephew Duckweed Glim. They figure that bringing him along for a bounty kill will toughen him up and teach him how to go incognito to bag and tag wanted creeps for a living! Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #44
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 44
    Tags: Genesis (part 20)
    Published Oct 1997 by DC.

    It's a Genesis tie-in, Lobo style! Lobo handles Genesis with the same gut-wrenching aplomb he used with Zero Hour, Underworld Unleashed, and the rest of these damn cross-overs. Only this time, it's the end of the freakin' universe, and Lobo wasn't invited! So what does he do? He crashes the party! With booze, babes and brutality enough for everyone--including Darkseid--Lobo demands entertainment! He demands his money's worth! And not even that goody-goody super-cheez Goldstar can stop him! In fact, before this issue is over, Goldstar tries and fails to absorb all the goodness in the universe...and he pays for his failure with his life! It's hilarious, folks! And it's all here! Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #45
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 45

    Just because the biggest organized brawl of the season is scheduled for that night, doesn't mean Lobo can say no to an offer of easy credits for a protection job that same evening. But when Paranoid Jones hires the Main Man to be his bodyguard, the last thing he expects is to be shackled to Lobo's side and dragged center stage for a massive, no-survivors blood-fest. And this time, Lobo plans on winning the fest single-handed, by facing off mano-a-mano against the likes of Big Bopper, Johnny Quietus, and the legend himself, Jackie Chin--the man with the largest chin in space. Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #46
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 46

    Cover pencils by Carl Critchlow, inks by Mark Propst. "The Big Brawl Part Two: Pulp Friction!", script by Alan Grant, art by Alex Ronald; During the Big Brawl contest, Lobo loses his head but his torso continues to battle with a little morse code help from Paranoid Jones. 40 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #47
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 47

    Lobo pursues his quarry, Kiljoy Riggs, to the Planet of Perpetual Motion, the Kolossus of Roads! There's plenty of drivin', cruisin' and slaughter as Lobo proceeds to incur every possible moving violation in space. But do the antics of the Main Man interfere with the lovely honeymoon of newlyweds Meekly and Melda Milde? Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #48
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 48

    At last, the jealously guarded secret can be revealed! Where the heck does Lobo get that loyal entourage of para-military penguins that are always trooping through these pages? Were they really the hopeless, downtrodden slaves of the tyrant of the North, Kris "Crusher" Kringle? It's a bitter, frightful tale, full of guns, ice, some fish, some egg-hatching, and some brutal murdering sociopathic maniacs. Written by Alan Grant. Art by Rafael Garres. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #49
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 49

    Welcome to Planet Al's, a new, upscale restaurant that caters only to rich geeks and rich mob guys. Enter Lobo and his pal Jonas, who convince Al that they've got to work undercover as waiters to put the pinch on Don Alfonzo DeLonzo, a mob bigwig who's holding a "family" meeting at Planet Al's. They need to bring him in alive, so they promise that there'll be no shooting! Can the Main Man keep his word through the longest three-course meal in history?!? Written by Alan Grant. Art and cover by Carl Critchlow and Mark Propst. FC, 32 pg. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #50
    Lobo (1993 2nd Series DC) 50

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    Cover pencils by Carl Critchlow, inks by Mark Propst. "Dead Heroes Don't," script by Alan Grant, pencils by Carl Critchlow, inks by Mark Propst; The heroes all have the same nightmare... Lobo's been hired to kill them; appearances by Dawg; Keith Giffen; Flash [Wally West]; Big Barda; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Superman Blue [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; President Bill Clinton; Sovereign Seven; Power Girl; Green Lantern [Kyle Rayner]; Legion of Super-Heroes [Brainiac 5; Saturn Girl; Light Lass; Shrinking Violet; Ultra Boy; Ferro; Phantom Girl; Cosmic Boy]; Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; Phantom Stranger; Captain Atom [Nathaniel Adam; aka Cameron Scott]; Supergirl; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Mister Miracle [Scott Free]; Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Mary Marvel; Atom [Ray Palmer]; Superboy; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Plastic Man [Eel O'Brian]; Impulse [Bart Allen]; Firestorm [Ronnie Raymond]; and Starman [Jack Knight]. Preview of cover to LOBO #51. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.25.