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Showcase 93 (1993) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Showcase 93 (1993) 1
    Published Jan 1993 by DC.

    In this issue: Catwoman, Blue Devil, Cyborg. Catwoman's blamed for the theft of Trigote's 'Three Triangles' painting, even though it was already gone when she came to the museum to steal it in "Sorrow Street Chapter One." Script by Doug Moench, art by Ed Hannigan. Plus: Blue Devil in "Speak of the Devil" by Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin, Pete Moriarty & Dan Davis; Cyborg in "A Mind is a Terrible Thing...!" by Len Wein, Phil Jimenez & Al Vey. Front & back covers by Arthur Adams & Terry Austin. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #2
    Showcase 93 (1993) 2
    Published Feb 1993 by DC.

    In Part 2 of a 4-part Catwoman story, "Sorrow Street," written by Doug Moench, with art by Ed Hannigan and Fred Fredericks, the mystery deepens as Selina Kyle begins to discover the scope of Bracuda's covert activities. Blue Devil is featured in Part 2 of a 6-part adventure written by Dan Mishkin and Gary Cohn, with art by Pete Moriarty and Dan Davis. Trapped on the planet Maldor, pursued by robots, aliens and the deadly Ironmonger, Blue Devil wonders if there's an easier way to earn a living. And in the Cyborg story, Vic Stone finally has his mind back, written by Len Wein, pencilled by Phil Jimenez and inked by Al Vey and John Statema. Cover by Kevin Maguire and Terry Austin. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #3
    Showcase 93 (1993) 3
    Published Mar 1993 by DC.

    In Part 3 of the 4-part Catwoman solo story, Selina Kyle has her hands full with Gotham's newest crime czar, machine gun-toting hoods, crooked cops and a mob of vigilante Gothamites, when who should appear but...Robin! Written by Doug Moench, with art by Ed Hannigan and Fred Fredericks. Then, in Part 3 of Blue Devil's 6-part adventure, he teams with the Justice League to fight the Ironmongers. Written by Dan Mishkin and Gary Cohn, with art by Pete Moriarty and Dan Davis. Flash stars in "Delay of Game," as Wally West enters an environment where everyone has been slowed to immobility, in a story written by Michael J. Martineck, with art by Travis Charest and Dan Davis. Cover by Brian Bolland. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #4
    Showcase 93 (1993) 4
    Published Apr 1993 by DC.

    Catwoman takes on Bracuda for his painting in "Sorrow Street Part IV: Block Party." Robin appearance. Script by Doug Moench, art by Ed Hannigan & Fred Fredericks. Plus: Blue Devil in "A World to Conquer (But I Wouldn't Want to Live There)" by Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin, Pete Moriarty & Dan Davis; Geo-Force in "The Haunting of Castle Markov" by Mike W. Barr, Bryan Hitch & John Beatty. Cover by Michael Golden. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #5
    Showcase 93 (1993) 5
    Published May 1993 by DC.

    Now it's Robin's turn up to bat against Ramon Bracuda in "The Takedown." Script by Doug Moench, art by Kieron Dwyer & Dick Giordano. Plus: Blue Devil in "Seed of Destruction" by Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin, Pete Moriarty & Dan Davis; Geo-Force in "The Ghost in the Machine" by Mike W. Barr, Bryan Hitch & John Beatty. Cover by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #6
    Showcase 93 (1993) 6
    Published Jun 1993 by DC.

    Robin stars in "One Stone," written by Douh Moench, with art by Kieron Dwyer and Dick Giordano, as he sets himself up as a target for Bracuda. Blue Devil's adventure concludes in "Life's a Beach," as he tries to stop a wave of destruction caused by the demon Nebiros, written by Dan Mishkin and Gary Cohn, with art by Pete Moriarty and Dan Davis. A 6-part storyline featuring Peacemaker, Deathstroke and others against the globe-spanning villainy of Kobra begins, written by Mike Baron, with art by Gary Barker and Jose Marzan, Jr. Cover by Mike Zeck. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #7
    Showcase 93 (1993) 7
    Published Jul 1993 by DC.

    Knightfall Part 13. In a tale taking place 3 weeks before his back is broken, Batman's on Two-Face's trail in "Double Cross." Script by Doug Moench, art & colors by Klaus Janson. Robin appearance. Plus: Deathstroke the Terminator and Peacemaker in "The Kobra Kronicles Part 2: Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Blues." Script by Mike Baron, art by Gary Barker & Jose Marzan, Jr.; Jade and Obsidian in "Image is Everything." Script by Michael J. Martinek, art by Andrew Kudelka & Kevin Nowlan. Cover by Bill Sienkiewicz. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #8
    Showcase 93 (1993) 8
    Published Aug 1993 by DC.

    Knightfall Part 14. Two-Face captures an exhausted Batman, forcing the Dark Knight to face one of his most dangerous foes while at his weakest, in a story written by Doug Moench, with art by Klaus Janson. In "Brainwashed," Deadshot targets Deathstroke and Peacemaker as they continue their pursuit of Kobra, and Deadshot never misses! Written by Mike Baron, with art by Gary Barker and Jose Marzan, Jr. And Fire and Ice face an erupting volcano in "Shadow of the Honeycreeper," written by Elliot S. Maggin, with art by Steven Harris and Carlos Pedrazzini. Cover by Glenn Fabry. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #9
    Showcase 93 (1993) 9
    Published Sep 1993 by DC.

    HunThe Huntress begins a 2-part solo adventure as Helena tries to stop a crazed father from killing his son in a story written by Doug Moench, with art by Bill Willingham and Terry Austin. In Part 4 of "The Kobra Kronicles," mayhem erupts at a Prague trade show as Deathstroke and Peacemaker are joined by Katana as they follow Kobra's deadly schemes, written by Mike Baron, with art by Cary Nord and Jose Marzan, Jr. Then, the Shining Knight faces a brutal hood and the community he's been terrorizing in an urban disaster zone, written by James Robinson, with art by Mike Mayhew and Armando Gil. Cover by Howard Chaykin. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #10
    Showcase 93 (1993) 10
    Published Oct 1993 by DC.

    In "Armageddon," the conclusion of the 2-part adventure guest-starring the new Batman, the Huntress stalks a gang of crazed, murdering survivalists in a Colorado blizzard, in a story written by Doug Moench, with art by Bill Willingham and Terry Austin. The action continues in "The Kobra Kronicles Part 5: Big Black Smoke," as Dr. Light joins Peacemaker, Deathstroke and Katana to invade Kobra's Japanese headquarters, written by Mike Baron and drawn by Cary Nord and Jose Marzan, Jr. The Martian Manhunter faces a new kind of urban tragedy in the final story, written by Len Wein, with art by Stuart Immonen and Robert Santiago. Cover by Paul Gulacy. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #11
    Showcase 93 (1993) 11
    Published Nov 1993 by DC.

    Robin and Nightwing meet in New York in the first part of a two-part story to face two of their deadliest foes, in a story written by Doug Moench and drawn by Bob McLeod. Then, in the action-packed conclusion of "The Kobra Kronicles," Peacemaker, Deathstroke, Katana, Deadshot and Dr. Light finally join forces to face Kobra and his mutated minions. Written by Mike Baron, with art by Cary Nord and Jose Marzan, Jr. And Wonder Woman meets a young mutant named Sneaker in the sewers of Boston...along with a horrible creature from ancient times, in a story written by Ivan Velez, Jr., with art by David A. Hooper and Art Nichols. Cover by George Perez. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #12
    Showcase 93 (1993) 12
    Published Dec 1993 by DC.

    Nightwing and Robin take on Bracuda and Chulo in "Partners." Script by Doug Moench, art by Bob McLeod. Plus: Green Lantern in "The Color of Courage." Script by Brian Augustyn, pencils by J.H. Williams III, inks & colors by George Freeman; The Creeper in "A Cold Night in Hell." Plot & breakdowns by Keith Giffen, dialog by Alan Grant, art & colors by Ted McKeever. Cover by Alan Davis & Mark Farmer. Cover price $1.95.