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Ms. Tree Quarterly Special (1990 DC) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Ms. Tree Quarterly Special (1990 DC) 1

    Stories by Max Allan Collins, Ed Gorman, and Denny ONeil. Art by Terry Beatty, Graham Nolan, and Mike Grell. Cover by Mike Grell. DC Comics picks up the acclaimed hardboiled detective series featuring female PI Michael Tree, last seen in Ms. Tree Thrilling Detective Adventures (1983 Renegade) #50. Michael investigates after Dominique Muerta, crimelord and occasional foe of Ms. Tree, is murdered. The backup story features the debut of a new version of the Spirit-like Golden Age detective hero, Midnight. Also featuring a Batman text story by the great Denny O'Neil, with spot illustrations by Mike Grell. Saucy cover by Mike Grell. Gift of Death; Night Kills; The Name. 80 pages, Full Color. Mature readers. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #2
    Ms. Tree Quarterly Special (1990 DC) 2

    Ms. Tree is plunged into the world of satanic cults while investigating the death of a young girl who may have been a human sacrifice. Written by Max Allan Collins, with art by Terry Beatty. Also, John Butcher appears in an illustrated prose story as he's forced to confront a Lakota medicine man on a brutal path of revenge against the white man. Written by Mike Baron and illustrated by Shea Anton Pensa. Plus, Midnight deals out justice to two men in blue who are more criminal than cop in a story written by Ed Gorman, with art by Graham Nolan. Cover by Denys Cowan. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #3
    Ms. Tree Quarterly Special (1990 DC) 3

    Ms. Tree confronts the chilling spectre of prejudice as she deals with the horrors of gay-bashing even as she seeks out the murderer of the man who had her targeted for 'outing' in his gay magazine. Written by Max Allan Collins, with art by Terry Beatty. Also, Midnight appears in a back-up story that finds him on the trail of a serial killer whose hunger goes beyond bloodlust. Written by Ed Gorman, with art by Graham Nolan. The Butcher appears in Part Two of his prose story, written by Mike Baron, with art by Shea Anton Pensa. Painted cover by Scott Hampton. 84 pages. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #4
    Ms. Tree Quarterly Special (1990 DC) 4

    Ms. Tree's old classmate reenters her life and involves her in a deadly menage a trois of murder. Written by Max Allan Collins, with art by Terry Beatty. Plus, Midnight plays father to an abandoned child as he searches through the ghetto for its mother...and an explanation of the child's sorry condition in a story by writer Ed Gorman artist Rick Burchett. Painted cover by George Pratt. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #5
    Ms. Tree Quarterly Special (1990 DC) 5

    A series of brutal rapes and murders at Mike Tree's college brings Ms. Tree to campus. She must find the guilty party not only to serve justice - but to clear her stepson of suspicion! Written by Max Allan Collins, with art by Terry Beatty. This issue's Midnight back-up story by Ed Gorman and Rick Burchett finds Midnight involved in the sleazy world of teenage prostitution as he tries to rescue a young girl who thinks she's found a way out of her sordid life...through suicide. Painted cover by VIKING PRINCE's Bo Hampton. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #6
    Ms. Tree Quarterly Special (1990 DC) 6

    "Horror Hotel" Ms. Tree is locked in a gothic house of horrors with psychics, ghosts, mediums..and a murderer! Written by Max Allan Collins, with art by Terry Beatty. Also, Midnight must help the woman he loves when she becomes the victim of a violent crime. Written by Ed Gorman, with art by Rick Burchett. Painted cover by Mike Grell. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #7
    Ms. Tree Quarterly Special (1990 DC) 7

    Ms. Tree's stepson is reunited with his girlfriend...a member of the Muerta crime family. Ms. Tree's bitterest enemies. Ms. Tree is then hired by the girl's cousin to hunt down and kill another member of the family. Written by Max Allan Collins, with art by Terry Beatty. And, in the back-up story, Midnight tracks down the woman he loves and learns that he never really knew her. Written by Ed Gorman, with art by Rick Burchett. Painted cover by Scott Hampton. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #8
    Ms. Tree Quarterly Special (1990 DC) 8

    Ms. Tree is nine months pregnant, but that doesn't keep her off the job, nor does it do much to mellow her out. Written by Max Allan Collins, with art by Terry Beatty. Plus, in the back-up tale, King Faraday becomes the target of a mysterious group of assassins while vacationing in Venice. Written by Joey Cavalieri, with art by Carmine Infantino and Frank McLaughlin. Painted cover by Randy DuBurke. 68 pages. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #9
    Ms. Tree Quarterly Special (1990 DC) 9

    In this book-length thriller, Ms. Tree's baby has been kidnapped and she'll stop at nothing to get back her child. Written by Max Allan Collins, with art by Terry Beatty and Gary Kato. Painted cover by Randy DuBurke. 68 pages. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #10
    Ms. Tree Quarterly Special (1990 DC) 10

    In this book-length thriller, an international mob is conning the families of MIAs, offering them vital information about their missing sons, husbands and fathers in exchange for cash. Ms. Tree and her cohorts must travel the world in a race against time to put an end to this horrible scheme. Written by Max Allan Collins, with art by Terry Beatty. Painted cover by Randy DuBurke. 68 pages. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. Cover price $3.50.