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Sword of the Atom (1983) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Sword of the Atom (1983) 1

    "Stormy Passage!" Written by Jan Strnad. Art by Gil Kane. Industry legend Gil Kane takes the Atom in a whole new and exciting direction! When scientist Ray Palmer catches his wife in the arms of another man, the Atom leaves behind the world of man and enters a realm of undreamed of. Shrinking down, the Mighty Mite discovers that the world is a very different place when seen from a different point of view. A very, very small point of view! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #2
    Sword of the Atom (1983) 2

    "A Choice of Dooms!" Written by Jan Strnad. Art by Gil Kane. Industry legend Gil Kane takes the Atom in a whole new and exciting direction! The Atom battles for his life in a miniature land where even the smallest creatures on Earth can prove to be his death! meanwhile, Jean Loring makes a startling decision. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #3
    Sword of the Atom (1983) 3

    "Mourning's End!" Written by Jan Strnad. Art by Gil Kane. Taren makes a fatal decision, leaving the Atom to pick up the pieces. Will he lead the rebels of a miniature alien society living in secret in the Amazon Jungle to war against their oppressors? 32 pages, FC. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #4
    Sword of the Atom (1983) 4

    "Look Homeward, Atom!" Written by Jan Strnad. Art by Gil Kane. Trapped at his six-inch height, lost in the Amazon Jungle, believed dead by the outside world, Ray Palmer has found a new purpose as the Atom, leader of a band of alien rebels in a war against their mighty oppressors. If he should prove victorious, will he stay in this new world he has discovered, or will he return to the life and betrayal he had left behind. Industry legend Gil Kane concludes his decidedly unique take on a classic hero. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $0.75.