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Archer and Armstrong (1992) comic books

  • Issue #0A
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 0A
    • Signed by writer Jim Shooter with Catch a Star Collectibles certificate of authenticity.
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • Label #0216264007
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    Cover by Barry Windsor-Smith. "Revival Lifelines" Part 1, script by Jim Shooter (co-plot, script) and Bob Layton (co-plot), pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, inks by Barry Windsor-Smith (pages 1-13) and Ralph Reese (pages 14-25); Murdered by his sadistic parents, Obadiah Archer returns from the dead with uncanny physical abilities and a mission: to punish all evil-doers like his parents; Learning martial arts in the Orient, Archer soon becomes the world's greatest fighter!; He soon encounters Armstrong, a free-spirited immortal with the strength of ten men!; They have just met when they are attacked by Armstrong's foes, the Sect.; Can they survive their crazy friendship? 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #0GOLD
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 0GOLD
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    Gold Ink Edition with gold Valiant box in upper left of cover. "Revival Lifelines" Part 1, script by Jim Shooter (co-plot, script) and Bob Layton (co-plot), pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, inks by Barry Windsor-Smith (pages 1-13) and Ralph Reese (pages 14-25); Murdered by his sadistic parents, Obadiah Archer returns from the dead with uncanny physical abilities and a mission: to punish all evil-doers like his parents; Learning martial arts in the Orient, Archer soon becomes the world's greatest fighter!; He soon encounters Armstrong, a free-spirited immortal with the strength of ten men!; They have just met when they are attacked by Armstrong's foes, the Sect.; Can they survive their crazy friendship? 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 1
    • Signed by writer Jim Shooter with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Cover by Frank Miller. Unity Chapter 3 "Up Against the Wall, Mother," script by Jim Shooter (co-plot, script), Barry Windsor-Smith (co-plot), and Bob Layton (co-plot), pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, inks by Bob Layton; Archer and his peculiar partner are drafted by Armstrong's brother, the Eternal Warrior, to fight in war on the far side of time and space!; But who and what they find there offers ominous clues about what the future may hold for Archer & Armstrong and the final fate of the Valiant Universe; Characters: Albert; Archer; Armstrong [Aram Anni-Padda]; Erica Pierce; Eternal Warriors (of 1992 and of 4001); Geoff McHenry; the Harbinger kids [Flamingo; Kris; Sting; Zepplin]; Magnus; Mahmud; Rai [Tohru Nakadai]; Solar; X-O Manowar [Aric]. Continued from Eternal Warrior (Acclaim / Valiant, 1992 series) #1 and in Magnus Robot Fighter (Acclaim / Valiant, 1991 series) #15. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 2

    Cover by Walter Simonson. Unity Chapter 11 "Turok and Roll All Night," script by Barry Windsor-Smith (plot) and Jim Shooter (script), pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, inks by Bob Layton; To save all Creation, Archer attempts to assassinate Erica Pierce!; But "Mothergod" is beyond harm and she easily thwarts the attack; For this affront, Archer and Armstrong are thrown in the dungeon; When the pair escape, Erica sends her finest warrior, Turok, Dinosaur Hunter, to hunt them down; But, sensing Archers inner nobility, Turok spares their lives and forsakes his allegiance to Mothergod; Characters: Albert; Archer; Armstrong; Erica Pierce; Rai [Tohru Nakadai]; Turok; X-O Manowar [Aric]. Continued from Eternal Warrior (Acclaim / Valiant, 1992 series) #2 and in Magnus Robot Fighter (Acclaim / Valiant, 1991 series) #16. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 3
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    • Signed by editor Jim Shooter with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Cover by Barry Windsor-Smith. "And Then There Were Nuns," script and pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, inks by Bob Wiacek; Transported back from the Lost Land, Archer and Armstrong are abducted by Mahmud's Sect troops; They are taken into captivity, leaving Armstrong's magic satchel to be stolen; The pair awaken, chained in a dungeon beneath the Vatican; When they try to escape, they are forced to flee from the Sect pursuit of Mahmud, Constantino, the Roman Candle, and those uzi-packing nuns, the Sisters of Doom!; Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Cardinal Cyn; Constantino; Daryl; Mahmud; Pope John Paul II; the Sisters of Doom. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 4

    Cover by Barry Windsor-Smith. "If Killer Ninja Nuns Be My Destiny," script and pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, inks by Bob Wiacek; Surrounded on all sides by the insidious Sect, Archer and Armstrong attempt to escape from the Sistine Chapel; While the trigger-happy Sisters of Doom give chase, Mahmud struggles to stop Constantino from bringing his flame-thrower to bear within the holy building; Slipping away disguised as the ninja nuns, Archer and Armstrong leave Mahmud to be burned by the crazy Constantino. Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Constantino; Daryl; Mahmud; the Sisters of Doom. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 5

    Cover by Barry Windsor-Smith. "Trouble in Paradise," script and pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, inks by Bob Wiacek; Making their way across Europe, the pair stop to visit Armstrong's wife, Andromeda, at her Mediterranian island home; Archer is thunderstruck by her timeless beauty He is equally dumbfounded when he bumps into Flo, Andromeda's pet dinosaur; But there are strangers on the island trying to steal the beast; And, with evil being plotted against his friends, Archer's main worry is that Flo wants him for a midnight snack. Characters: Adolf; Andromeda; Archer; Armstrong; Devlin; Flo; Rocky; Viva. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 6

    Cover pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, inks by Bob Layton. "More...Trouble in Paradise," script and pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, inks by Bob Wiacek; Armstrong finds his Mediterranean island villa is under attack by helicopter; The attack covers an attempt to kidnap Armstrong's pet dinosaur, Flo; While Andromeda and Archer go to rescue the creature, Armstrong sits in his embattled villa and polishes off bottle after bottle of vino de casa; Across the island, Andromeda manifests seemingly magical powers, thwarting the dino-nappers. Characters: Adolf; Andromeda; Archer; Armstrong; Devlin; Flo; Medoc the Red; Rocky; Viva. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 7
    • Signed by artist Art Nichols with Catch a Star Collectibles certificate of authenticity.
    • Signed by artist Art Nichols with Catch a Star Collectibles certificate of authenticity.
    • Signed by artist Art Nichols with Catch a Star Collectibles certificate of authenticity.

    Cover pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, inks by Art Nichols. "About twenty miles north of Angouleme," script by Barry Windsor-Smith, pencils by Art Nichols, inks by Bob Wiacek; Continuing their romp across Europe, Archer and Armstrong run out of gas near a French chateau; Knocking for help, they discover that the mansion houses a Sect smuggling ring!; Mayhem ensues as the mighty Armstrong enjoys a brawl with the criminals; But when the bad guys whip out a rocket-launcher, Archer's kung fu puts a quick end to the smugglers--and to Armstrong's play time. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #8
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 8

    Wraparound cover art by Barry Windsor-Smith. "The Musketeers!", script by Barry Windsor-Smith, Jon Hartz (idea), and Alexandre Dumas (based on his work), pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, inks by Bob Wiacek; This double-sized epic actually combines Eternal Warrior #8 and Archer and Armstrong #8 into one unforgettable tale; It is the story of how immortal brothers, Gilad, Aram, and Ivar, were the original Three Musketeers; In fulfilling his duty as the Fist and Steel of the Geomancers, Gilad dupes his brothers into helping the cause; But, when they realize the truth, Aram and Ivar part ways with Gilad, who places duty over brotherhood; Characters: Archer; Armstrong; D'Artagnan [Archer look-alike]; Duchess Angelique D'Terre (geomancer); Eternal Warrior; Ilysee; Ivar; King Louis XIV of France; his twin brother Henri. Plus: pin-ups by Tom Mandrake, Paul Gulacy, Rags Morales & Bob Layton, Alan Weiss, Andrew Wendel & Bob Layton, and Jan Duursema. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #9
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 9

    Cover pencils by Bernard Chang, inks by Rodney Ramos. "Darque Daze," script by Bob Layton, pencils by Bernard Chang, inks by Rodney Ramos; It's Archer VS. Armstrong! Under the influence of a mystical spell, Armstrong embarks on a mission to kill the Eternal Warrior; Desperate to stop Gilad's assassination, Archer must put his friendship with Armstrong aside and stop his partner by any means necessary; But just how do know you stop an un-killable immortal--and what happens when two of them come to blows?; Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Gunther; Mademoiselle Noire; Master Darque. Cover by Bernard Chang and Rodney Ramos. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #10
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 10

    Cover art by Barry Windsor-Smith. "Ivar Not Quite the... Time Master!", script and pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, inks by Bob Wiacek; What starts as a quiet evening out with Armstrong's brother, Timewalker, turns into a night of mayhem aboard a flying double-decker bus!; Captured by Timewalker's enemies from the halls of history, Archer, Armstrong, and Timewalker must fight for their lives in the skies above London; Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Ivar [a.k.a. Timewalker]; F.7.; Jimi Hendrix; Kevin Hudson; Mahmud; Mrs. Pilchard; Nefretete (in a photograph); Private Pimpole; Toby Pieman.36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #11
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 11

    Cover art by Barry Windsor-Smith. "A Snatch in Time," script and pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, inks by John Floyd; Archer & Armstrong wind down their tour of England with brother Ivar by making a stop at one of Armstrong's old hangouts, Stonehenge; The true origin of the ancient site is revealed, but only serves to force A&A to make a less than dignified exit from town; With Timewalker on trial for his crimes against the time stream, Armstrong must race to save his waylaid brother; But is he willing to make the ultimate sacrifice; Marooned at the edges of time, Archer & Armstrong are going to need help from someone who knows a thing or two about time travel. Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Ivar [a.k.a. Timewalker]; F.7.; Jimi Hendrix; Mahmud; Private Pimpole; Solar; Toby Pieman. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 12

    The duo battles the forces of darkness to retrieve Armstrong's pouch in "...It's revenge, Silvio, that's all that counts." Story and pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, with inks by John Floyd. Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Constantino; Mahmud; Mrs. Archer (in a vision); Reverend Joe Earl Archer (in a vision); Silvio; Solar. Cover by Barry Windsor-Smith. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #13
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 13

    Armstrong sets out to teach Archer about the facts of life, whether he wants to know them or not, in "Neighbors." Written by Mike Baron, with art by Rags Morales and John Dixon. Characters: Amy Seton Longwood Smith IV; Archer; Armstrong; Bobby Ripp; Emily Ballard; Fritz; Reggie. Cover by Rags Morales. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #14
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 14

    Cover art by Mike Vosburg. "Housewreckers," script by Mike Baron, pencils by Andrew Wendel, inks by Carlos GarzĂłn; Death has arrived at Archer & Armstrong's doorstep!; When a mysterious group of assassins puts Armstrong in their crosshairs, he and Archer must defend their mansion from an all-out assault! But as the duo repel their attackers, an even more dire threat emerges from the unlikeliest of places!; Plus, has Archer met the girl of his dreams? Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Banthanikoot; Bobby Ripp; Mr. Duerst; Pamela Trice; Panduit the Tibetan. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #15
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 15

    The boys' adventure in 'LA-LA' Land winds down to a close as Bobby Ripp's murderer is revealed in "Vandals." Written by Mike Baron, with art by Dougie Braithwaite and Carlos Garzon. Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Banthanikoot; Mr. Duerst; Errol Flynn (as Erroll Flynn, flashback); Panduit the Tibetan; Stella; Von Valkenburd (flashback). Cover by Mike Vosburg (signed VOZ). Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #16
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 16

    Two rival factions of the Sect have Archer and Armstrong gambling with their lives during a road trip to Las Vegas in "House Rules." Written by James Perham, with art by Andrew Wendel and Carlos Garzon. Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Bethany; Danielle Deveraux; Frank Osbourne. Cover by Mike Vosburg (signed VOZ). Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #17
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 17

    Cover art by Mike Vosburg. "Alligator," script by Mike Baron, pencils by Mike Vosburg, inks by Mike Vosburg and Paul Hewitt (art assist); Archer & Armstrong head to the beaches of sunny Florida in a bid to locate Armstrong's lost art collection!; But as the duo head underwater in search of the missing possessions, they might find something a little more threatening than buried treasure; Armstrong wrestles an alligator. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #18
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 18

    Cover art by Mike Vosburg (as Michel Vazelo). "Dead Again," script by Mike Baron, art by Mike Vosburg; It's the death of Archer?!; With his best friend lying lifeless, Armstrong must race against all odds to save him; But can he make it in time?; As Archer's soul straddles the line of death, what grave forces will reach out to him from the afterlife?; Meanwhile, the cold-hearted Duerst enacts his revenge against Armstrong! Note: set in Antigua and Miami. Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Contessa; Mr. Duerst; Naomi Atkins; Panduit; Ras-I; Toyo Harada; Waterboy. Note: the cover art is a parody of the "Creation of Adam" section of Michelangelo's ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #19
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 19

    Cover art by Mike Vosburg. "Prisoners of the Macrobiotic Cult," script by Mike Baron, art by Mike Vosburg and Paul Hewitt (art assistant); Archer & Armstrong—enslaved!; Drugged and mind-controlled by Armstrong's long-time rival, Mr. Duerst, Archer & Armstrong are doomed to a lifetime of servitude for the rich and powerful; But when Archer's neighbor Pamela launches a desperate rescue attempt, will she leave mess that's too big to clean up? Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Macrochip; Pamela Trice; Bruno; Duerst. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #20
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 20

    Cover art by Mike Vosburg. "Yule Be Sorry," script by Mike Baron, art by Mike Vosburg and Paul Hewitt (art assistant); You better watch out when Armstrong suits up as the greatest hero in the Valiant Universe--Santa Clause!; When the immortal cynic dresses up as Saint Nick for a deadly undercover operation, will he accidentally embrace the Christmas spirit?; Elsewhere, Archer joins a ragtag vigilante group that leads him on a soulful journey of his own! 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #21
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 21

    Learning of the massacre in Ladakh, Archer becomes an avenging angel and goes after the man responsible--Master Darque. But, even with the help of guest star Shadowman, can Archer survive this deadly encounter? Find out in "Ladakh Attack." Continued next issue. Written by Mike Baron, with art by Mike Vosburg and Paul Hewlitt. Cover by Mike Vosburg (signed VOZ). Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #22
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 22

    Cover art by Mike Vosburg. "The Darque at the Top of the Stairs," script by Mike Baron, art by Mike Vosburg; Paul Hewlitt (art assistant); While Archer rots in a cell in Master Darque's manor, it's up to Armstrong to get to New Orleans and save him!; As Archer sits in captivity, Darque continues to raise the dead and prepares to consume his soul; Can Armstrong arrive in time to stop Darque?; And does he stand a chance against Darque's unspeakable power? 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #23
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 23

    Cover art by Mike Vosburg. "Bad Karma," script by Mike Baron, pencils by Mike Vosburg and Paul Hewlitt (art assistant), inks by Stan Drake; Two mob families have gone to war -?; and young Obadiah Archer is all that stands between them!; But when local Mafioso Ethan Rosen tries to reward Armstrong's partner-in-training for saving his life, Archer will need to keep one eye on Rosen?; And the other on his back! 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #24
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 24

    Cover art by Mike Vosburg. "Bad Karma Part II," script by Mike Baron, pencils by Mike Vosburg, inks by Pat Boyette; Archer's just gotten an offer he can't refuse?; Become the bodyguard of local crime kingpin or die!; Then, when a rival family strikes makes their move their move in an impressive display of firepower, will Archer be forced to a save the man who represents everything he hates?; Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Pilar; Madeline Rosen; Nate Rosen. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #25
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 25

    Cover art by Mike Vosburg. "The Root of the Problem Part 1 Or What I Did to Infuriate the Sect," script by Mike Baron, art by Mike Vosburg; Flashback to 1191, Siege of Acre, Israel; Armstrong's secret history with The Sect revealed!; Journey to 12th century France to find out how this loose-moraled immortal hero earned the ire of the Valiant Universe's deadliest secret society with the help of his brother, the Eternal Warrior!; But how do the Knights Templar, Richard Coeur de Leon, and a secret network of spies all fit into the grandest conspiracy that history has ever known? Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Brother Nicholas (flashback); Dr. Rita; Eternal Warrior (flashback); King Phillip II of France (flashback); King Richard Lion-Heart of England (flashback); Lady Phoebe (flashback); Lockinbar of Kent (Archer look-alike, flashback); Roderick (flashback). Continues in Eternal Warrior #25. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #26
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 26

    Flip-book combined with Eternal Warrior (1992) #26. Part of The Chaos Effect cross-title event (Week 2, called Gamma). Eternal Warrior story "Risen from the Dead; (The Chaos Effect Gamma)." Continued on the flip side. Written by Kevin VanHook, with art by Ted Halsted and Mike DeCarlo. Characters: Bloodshot; Eternal Warrior; Geoff McHenry; Julia (dead); Malloch. Plus: Archer & Armstrong story "Fossil Fuel." Written by Mike Baron, with art by Mike Vosburg. Concludes in Chaos Effect Omega (1994) #1. Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Fred Ames; Geoff McHenry; Ivar [a.k.a. Timewalker]; Sandria Darque. Covers by Ted Halsted and Bob Layton. Cover price $2.75.