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Cheval Noir (1989) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Cheval Noir (1989) 1
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    Cover by Dave Stevens. This elegant new anthology will feature the best work by the best cartoonists the world over! In this special 64-page, perfect-bound first issue: A beautiful Dave Steven's cover, Phillipe Druillet's The Lone Sloane, Adele and the Beast by Jacques Tardi, Angel Fusion by Kato and Goto, and stories by a host of other renowned creators, including Schuiten and Peeters, Andreas, and Cossu. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #2
    Cheval Noir (1989) 2

    Cover by Geoff Darrow. More excitement, drama, and humor by the best comics creators from overseas! This issue features a cover by Geof Darrow and includes the continuations of Rork by Andreas, Adele & the Beast by Jacques Tardi, Fever in Urbicand by Peeters and Schuiten and The Lone Sloane by Phillipe Druillet--as well as Oscar Hellian by John Bolton, and works by Cossu, Brian Bolland, and Darrow! 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #3
    Cheval Noir (1989) 3

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    Cover by Leo Duranona. The European invasion continues! Featured this issue are The Adventures of Fred and Bob by Cailleteau and Vatine, The Reformed Dragon by Leopoldo Duranona (author of The Race of Scorpions), as well as the continuations of Adele & the Beast by Jacques Tardi, Rork by Andreas, The Lone Sloane by Phillipe Druillet, and Fever in Urbicand by Peeters and Schuiten. All this, and a full-color cover by Duranona! 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #4
    Cheval Noir (1989) 4

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    Cover by John Bolton. Classic comics from the finest talents the world over. This elegant sixty four page, perfect-bound anthology contains such exciting features as Rork by Andreas, The Adventures of Fred and Bob by Cailleteau and Vatine, Adele & the Beast by Jacques Tardi, The Lone Sloane by Phillipe Druillet, and Fever in Urbicand by Peeters and Schuiten! 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #5
    Cheval Noir (1989) 5

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    Cover by Moebius. Cosmic adventure with The Lone Sloane by Phillipe Druillet, more comic craziness in The Adventures of Fred and Bob by Cailleteau and Vatine, intrigue and mystery in Fever in Urbicand by Peeters and Schuiten, and weird, Lovecraftian suspense in Rork by Andreas. Plus, other thrilling features by some of the world's greatest creators, and a cover by Moebius! Think that "classic" means boring? Come and discover what you've been missing! 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #6
    Cheval Noir (1989) 6

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    Cover by Michael Kaluta. Featured in this issue is the conclusion to Schuiten and Peeter's fascinating tale of urban growth gone wild, Fever in Urbican, as well as more classic work by Jacques Tardi, the continuation of Phillipe Druillet's cosmic saga Lone Sloane, new work by cartoonist Rick Geary, a specially designed fold-out poster by Moebius, plus much more! Classic comic books never looked so good! 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #7
    Cheval Noir (1989) 7
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    Cover by Dave Stevens. International flair with more of the finest comics from the word over! This issue features the continuation of The Demon of the Eiffel Tower- one of the Further Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec- by Jaques Tardi, the return of Andreas with a hard-hitting story from the case files of Coutoo, and other exciting and humorous features by more of the world's finest comics creators. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #8
    Cheval Noir (1989) 8

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    Cover by Arnold & Jacob Pander. Behind a cover by Arnold and Jacob Pander lies an entire world of entertainment- most of which has never before been seen in America! Beginning this issue is the comics adaptation of Joe Haldeman's science fiction classic, The Forever Wars, with artist Marvano (Mark Van Oppen). Also featured: another installment of The Adventures of Fred and Bob by Cailleteau and Vatine, the exciting conclusion of Adele and the Demon of the Eiffel Tower by Jacques Tardi, chapter two of Delirius featuring Phillipe Druillet's Lone Sloane, and more of Andreas' resourceful detective Coutoo! Plus, art by Brian Bolland and Everett (Duckman) Peck. Come and expand your mind and your horizons with the best comics from the world over! 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #9
    Cheval Noir (1989) 9

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    Cover by Moebius. An entire world of entertainment lies within the pages of this month's giant-sized spectacular! Featured this issue is the beginning of The Tower, another fascinating tale from The Lost Cities series by Schuiten and Peeters (the team that brought you Fever in Urbicand). Also featured is more of the first book of Joe Haldeman's science-fiction classic, The Forever War, as adapted by artist Marvano (Mark Van Oppen), along with Andreas' hard-hitting story of detective Coutoo, the third installment in The Eyeball Kid by Eddie Campbell, and Delirius, the continuing saga of the Lone Sloane by Philippe Druillet. Plus, artwork by Rick Geary, Everett (Duckman) Peck, a fold-out poster by artist Geof Darrow, and a cover painting by Moebius. With all this great entertainment inside, how can you pass it up? 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #10
    Cheval Noir (1989) 10

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    Cover by H.R.Giger. This issue, in a comic book first, H.R. Giger (creator of the original Alien) contributes not only the cover, but is also featured in a special art section, including a fold-out page. Also, beginning this issue- Jacques Tardi's The Roach Killer! It's a story of crime, politics, conspiracy, and an exterminator who's in over his head! Other features in this issue are Phillipe Druillet's Delirius, Andreas' Coutoo, The Forever War by Haldeman and Marvano, The Adventures of Fred and Bob by Cailleteau and Vatine, and The Tower by Schuiten and Peeters. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #11
    Cheval Noir (1989) 11

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    Cover by Charles Vess. What is the secret of "The Knife?" Find out in this issue of comics' premier international anthology. Also Tardi's Roach Killer (printed in two colors), Joe Haldeman's Forever Wars, Schuiten and Peeter's The Tower, Everett Peck's Duckman, Druillet's Delirius, and Andreas' award-winning Coutoo. All this, plus another chapter of Fred and Bob by Cailleteau and Vatine, as well as works by Rick Geary and Geof Darrow. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #12
    Cheval Noir (1989) 12

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    Cover by Mike Mignola. Featuring some of the finest comic tales from creators across the globe, this premier anthology is a must-have item for the serious collector! Tardi's Roach Killer continues to be reproduced here in stunning black- white-and-red, as Schuiten and Peeters scale The Tower, and Druillet remains Delirius. Fred and Bob, by Cailleteau and Vatine, also continues in this issue. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #13
    Cheval Noir (1989) 13

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    Cover by Paul Chadwick. In this issue of Cheval Noir we are proud to present the first installment of "Chninkel" by Rosinski and Van-Hamme, as well as chapter one of Cosey's "Voyage to Italy"! Also Tardi's "Roach Killer" (printed in two colors), Schuiten and Peeters' "The Tower," another chapter of "Fred and Bob" by Cailleteau and Batine, and the first chapter of Haldeman and Marvano's "Forever Wars: Book Two." 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #14
    Cheval Noir (1989) 14

    Cover by Marvano. Cheval Noir presents some of the finest comics produced by creators from around the world! "Chninkel" by Rosinski and Van-Hamme continues, as well as Cosey's "Voyage to Italy"! Also Tardi's "Roach Killer" (printed in two colors), and another chapter of Haldeman and Marvano's "Forever Wars: Book Two." This issue features 8 pages of full color art in Schuiten and Peeters' "The Tower." 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #15
    Cheval Noir (1989) 15

    Cheval Noir presents some of the finest comics produced by creators from around the world! "Chninkel" by Rosinski and Van-Hamme continues, as well as Cosey's "Voyage to Italy"! This issue premiers the first chapter of Tardi's "The Mad Scientist" with Adele Blanc Sec, as Andreas' "Rork: Book Two" continues. This issue also features another chapter of Haldeman and Marvano's "Forever Wars: Book Two." 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #16
    Cheval Noir (1989) 16

    Cover by Dave Dorman. This issue we continue "Chninkel" by Rosinski and Van-Hamme, as well as Cosey's "Voyage to Italy"! Tardi's classic "The Mad Scientist" with Adele Blanc-Sec continues, as does Schuiten and Peeters' "The Tower" and Haldeman and Marvano's "Forever Wars: Book Two." Also in this issue we continue the supernatural thriller "Rork" and discover more of his origin and his lessons under Tanemanar, the Dream Master, in "The Great Secret!" 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.75.

  • Issue #17
    Cheval Noir (1989) 17

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    Cover by Jaques Tardi. Eddie Campbell and Ed Hillyer's "The Eyeball Kid" regains his godly powers and flies off to take his revenge on the Telchines, while the third chapter of Tardi's classic "The Mad Scientist" continues with their second chapter of "The Forever War: Book Two." Also in this issue is the conclusion of "Rork" by Andreas! Also, Rosinski and Van-Hamme tell their tale of "Chninkel", as Cosey continues his "Voyage to Italy"! 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #18
    Cheval Noir (1989) 18

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    Cover by Michael Kaluta. This issue we reach the climactic conclusion to Haldeman and Marvano's critically-acclaimed "Forever War: Book Two." Meanwhile, readers can enjoy the continuations of "Chninkel" by Rosinski and Van-Hamme, Cosey's "Voyage to Italy," as well as Tardi's classic "The Mad Scientist" with Adele Blanc-Sec. Also in this issue can be found the action-climax of Eddie Campbell and Ed Hillyer's hilarious "Eyeball Kid!" 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #19
    Cheval Noir (1989) 19

    Cover by Marvano. Rosinski and Van-Hamme continue "Chninkel," as J'on and G'wel fall into the evil clutches of Jargoth the Perfumed. This issue presents the sevenths installment of Cosey's "Voyage to Italy," and premieres Tardi's "The Mummies on Parade," with Adele Blanc-Sec being drawn into yet another grim mystery. Also in this issue is the first installment of Rork: Book Three, "The Cemetery of the Cathedrals," by Andreas, as well as chapter one of The Forever War: Book Three, by Joe Haldeman and Marvano. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #20
    Cheval Noir (1989) 20

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    Cover by John Bolton. Dark Horse comics is proud to present the debut of motion picture director David Lynch's bizarre cult comic strip "The Angriest Dog in the World," which has appeared in the L.A. Weekly, making this issue a must-have item for the many Lynch fans in your area! Each month Cheval Noir features some of the finest illustrated stories from around the globe. This issue presents Andreas' Rork: The Graveyard of Cathedrals, as well as the second chapter of The Forever War: Book Three, by Joe Haldeman and Marvano. Also the latest installments of Cosey's "Voyage to Italy," and Jacques Tardi's "Mummies on Parade." Plus illustrations by Geof Darrow, David Gatzmer, and Rick Geary. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #21
    Cheval Noir (1989) 21

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    Cover by Chris Warner. With the cancellation of Twin Peaks, David Lynch fans can only get their fix on a regular basis in one place each month-- Cheval Noir. The Angriest Dog in the World, created and drawn by Lynch, continues as one of Cheval Noir's regular features this and every month. Also, Cheval Noir features some of the finest illustrated stories from around the globe. In issue #21, The Great Power of the Chninkel by Rosinski and Van Hamme reaches its penultimate chapter as J'on, the Chosen One, is put on trial by the Immortal Three. Plus, the next chapter of Andeas' Rork: Book Three, entitled "The Graveyard of the Cathedrals," The Forever War: Book Three by Joe Haldeman and Marvano, Cosey's Voyage to Italy, and Jacques Tardi's Mummies on Parade. Plus illustrations by Rick Geary and David Gatzmer. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #22
    Cheval Noir (1989) 22

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    Cover by Andreas. Stories and art by writers and artists from around the world: The final chapter of The Great Power of the Chninkel by Rosinski and Van Hamme. In Andreas' Rork, Rork and the explorers of the cemetery of the cathedrals travel through the maze and find the mysterious Yosta. Haldeman and Marvano's The Forever War continues. An entranced Adele Blanc-Sec wanders the streets of Paris in Tardi's tale of turn-of-the-century France. In Cosey's Voyage to Italy, Arthur and Ian try to slip Keo past immigration officials. Fred and Bob show off their flying ineptitude in a story by Cailleteau and Vatine, and Rick Geary shows us Teddy Roosevelt's view of the world. Also included: Phil Elliott's Post Apocalypse and David Lynch's Angriest Dog in the world. Spot illos by Gatzmer and Geary. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #23
    Cheval Noir (1989) 23

    Cover by Glen Barr. Spanning the globe, Dark Horse brings you a world of entertainment: in Rork, by Andreas, the Cemetery of the Cathedrals gives up its secrets. Haldeman and Marvano's The Forever War concludes. Adele finally uncovers the secret of the living mummy, in Tardi's tale. Voyage to Italy reveals Keo's fate. Cailleteau and Vatine show how Fred and Bob turn into comic book creators to get girls. Also included: Phil Elliott's Post-Apocalypse; Rick Geary's Survey of the 20th Century; David Lynch's Angriest Dog in the World. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #24
    Cheval Noir (1989) 24

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    Cover by Arthur Suydam. It's a month if new beginnings, featuring the debut of "In Dreams," about the man they call "Izo the Man-Cleaver" for his brutal assassinations, and the gentle woman he loves, in this tale of old Japan by Masashi Tanaka. Also beginning in this issue: Adieu, Brindavoine by Tardi (writer/artist of Adele), Tree-Heart by Comes and Doug Wheeler's "Classics Desecrated" featuring art by Kelley Jones. Jordan by Makyo and Rossi continues Karel's biography of his enigmatic friend's search for the secret of the black pearl. All this and David Lynch's "Angriest Dog " and Phil Elliott's Post Apocalypse. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #25
    Cheval Noir (1989) 25

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    Cover by Matt Wagner. Cheval Noir presents stories from more time zones than you live in! From Japan comes chapter two of Masashi Tanaka's "In Dreams", the story of a samurai caught by the winds of political change, no longer an official assassin. In the third chapter of Jordan, Helena has a baby... except she wasn't pregnant last night. In Adieu, Brindavoine's second chapter, bombs fall from the sky as Angus and Lucian try to cross the Afghan desert, but they still take time for a cup of tea in this story by Tardi. In Tree-Heart by Comes, Ambre meets the secret heart of the forest and mysterious things happen to those who happen across "The Cafe" by Cossu and Jasmin. All this and David Lynch's "Angriest Dog", Phil Elliot's Post-Apocolypse, and Doug Wheeler's "Classics Desecrated" with David Gatzmer. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #26
    Cheval Noir (1989) 26

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    Cover by Moebius. This issue marks the first appearance ANYWHERE of The Man From The Ciguri. Moebius' sequel to The Airtight Garage. We begin serialization in this issue and will continue in small installments (3-5 pages per month) until this new epic is completed. This is not reprint material and is appearing in print for the first time anywhere in world! There will never be a better time to begin collecting Cheval Noir. Just look for the cover with the Moebius illustration. Along with Moebius, Cheval Noir #26 contains chapter three of Masashi Tanaka's In Dreams, the fourth chapter of Jordan by Mayko & Rossi, the third chapter of Adieu, Brindavoine by Tardi, and the third chapter of Tree-Heart by Comes. Fred and Bob, those high flying Hellcats of Normandy, strut their stuff in a tale by Cailleteau and Vatine. All this and David Lynch's Angriest Dog in the World. Phil Elliott's Post-Apocalypse and Classics Desecrated by Douglas Wheeler and Stephen DeStefano. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #27
    Cheval Noir (1989) 27

    Cover by Kelley Jones. This month, Cheval Noir presents the second chapter in the all-new Moebius epic, The Man from the Ciguri, chapter four of Tree-Heart by Com├Ęs, and the concluding chapter of Adieu, Brindavoine by Tardi. Plus David Lynch's The Angriest Dog in the World and Rick Geary's Dorthy Kilgallen Investigates. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #28
    Cheval Noir (1989) 28

    Cover by Bob Eggleton. In chapter 3 of the new Moebius epic, The Man from the Ciguri, the crew of the Ciguri discovers that Major Grubert is missing, and some of the Airtight Garage's inhabitants make a startling discovery about their world. Plus, war games in chapter 5 of Tree-heart, by Comes; black pearls, giant babies, and tiny women in the concluding installment of Jordan, by Makyo and Rossi; and cryptic one-liners in David Lynch's The Angriest Dog in the World! Cheval Noir #28 also features Phil Elliott's Post-Apocalypse and Classics Desecrated: Goldielocks by Douglas Wheeler and Bernie Mireault. This issue's cover painting is by science fiction illustrator Bob Eggleton. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #29
    Cheval Noir (1989) 29

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    Cover by Peter Kuper. "The Man from the Ciguri", an all-new Moebius story, continues as Major Grubert reads a comic book and orders a glass of sparkling water. Meanwhile, a shell-shocked Brindavoine seeks refuge from World War I in Jacques Tardi's "The Flower and the Rifle", and dreams really don't come true in chapter 6 of "Tree-Heart", by Comes. Plus, "Classics Desecrated" gives us a new perspective on the mythic Paul Bunyan, courtesy of Doug Wheeler, Doug Rice and Hilary Barta; and David Lynch's "The Angriest Dog in the World" deeps on keepin' on. Cover by political artist Peter Kuper (The Jungle, World War III) 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #30
    Cheval Noir (1989) 30

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    Cover by Denis Sire. From the wigged-out mind of Stan Shaw come "Out in the West," the story of a boy, a belle, a lawman, a gunslinger and two horses. Plus, Batmagoo babbles while the Tar Hai waits in chapter 5 of Moebius' new tale, "The Man from the Ciguri"; and the wolves come out to play in the penultimate episode of "Tree-Heart," by Comes. Topping it all off is the comic strip you love to hate (or vice versa): David Lynch's "The Angriest Dog in the World"! Wraparound cover painting by French artist Denis Sire. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #31
    Cheval Noir (1989) 31

    Cover by Steve Pugh. Schizophrenia isn't all it's cracked up to be, as we find out in the concluding chapter of "Tree-Heart", by Comes. This issue also features the premiere of "In Search of Peter Pan" by Cosey, whose beautiful linework has already graced the pages of Cheval Noir in "Voyage to Italy". Plus, "Post-Apocalypse" by Phil Elliott, "Secrets of the Laundry" from the inimitable Rick Geary, and postmodern humor in David Lynch's "The Angriest Dog in the World". Cover painting by Steve Pugh (Hellblazer, Grimjack). 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #32
    Cheval Noir (1989) 32

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    Cover by Dave Gibbons. Premiering this issue is "Sabotage", a witty tale of war, love, industrial espionage, paranoia and fast cars, by the internationally renowned Daniel Torres! Plus, the second installment of "In Search of Peter Pan", by Cosey ("Voyage to Italy"); more mayhem from Cailleteau and Vatine in "Fred and Bob: The Rabbit Hunt"; and "The Angriest Dog in the World", by David Lynch. Topping it all off is a gorgeous cover painting by Dave Gibbons (Watchmen, Giver Me Liberty)! 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #33
    Cheval Noir (1989) 33

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    Cover by Brian Apthorp. "The Man from the Ciguri," Moebius' all-new sequel to The Airtight Garage, returns this issue after a two-month hiatus -- and all is not well with Major Grubert, who finds himself stranded on Earth and pursued by the Paris police! Meanwhile, things heat up in the second chapter of "Sabotage," a fast-paced tale that stretches from Vietnam to LeMans, by Spanish artist Daniel Torres. Also in this issue: Cosey's "In Search of Peter Pan" continues, the always delightful Rick Geary brings us "The Terrible Chain Gang," and David Lynch's "The Angriest Dog in the World" barks up the wrong tree. It's all wrapped up in an absolutely dreamy cover painting by Brian Apthorp! 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #34
    Cheval Noir (1989) 34

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    Cover by Arnold Pander. In the conclusion of Daniel Torres' "Sabotage," the tables are turned on our greedy "hero" when his past comes back to haunt him. Meanwhile, love rears its head in chapter three of "In Search of Peter Pan," by Cosey; our exclusive presentation of Moebius' new work, "The Man from the Ciguri," continues; and David Lynch's "The Angriest Dog in the World" proves that a dog's life is in the eye of the beholder. This issue's cover painting is by Arnold Pander (Grendel, Exquisite Corpse). 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #35
    Cheval Noir (1989) 35

    Cover by Rafael Kayanan. In chapter 7 of "The Man from the Ciguri," Moebius' all-new sequel to The Airtight Garage, the Major embarks on a quest while Batmagoo loses his shirt. Also, Cosey's "In Search of Peter Pan" continues amidst ominous glacial rumblings; a nasty surprise lurks in the short story "The Birthday," by Cossu and Jamsin; and David Lynch's "The Angriest Dog in the World" teaches a new dog some old tricks. Cover painting by Rafael Kayanan. 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #36
    Cheval Noir (1989) 36

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    Cover by Tim Sutton. Premiering this issue is "Starlight," the fourth volume in Andreas' popular Rork series. Rork sets off across the desert toward an isolated village, where a mysterious event and an old friend await him. Meanwhile, a different mystery is solved in chapter 6 of Cosey's "In Search of Peter Pan," Moebius' enigmatic "The Man from the Ciguri" continues with another all-new chapter, and the mysterious Pete returns in "The Angriest Dog in the World" by David Lynch. All this plus a cover painting like no other, by Tom Sutton (Grimjack, Creepy). 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #37
    Cheval Noir (1989) 37

    Final Issue - Cover by Olivier Vatine . In chapter two of "Rork: Starlight," by Andreas, Rork finds that his old friend Low Valley is older than he thought. Also, gendarmes patrol an abandoned Alpine village in Cosey's "In Search of Peter Pan"; "The Man from the Ciguri," Moebius' all-new sequel to The Airtight Garage, continues; Phil Elliott has fun with "The Conspiracy Theory"; and David Lynch's "The Angriest Dog in the World" pulls a muscle. Cover painting by Olivier Vatine (Aquablue, Fred & Bob). 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #38
    Cheval Noir (1989) 38

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    Cover by Nick Gnazzo. In chapter eight of Cosey's "In Search of Peter Pan," Baptistin reveals some startling secrets as the gendarmes give chase. The mystery shrouding the "event" in "Rork: Starlight," by Andreas, begins to fall away, Rick Geary offers some lighthearted advice in "Grooming Club," and David Lynch's "The Angriest Dog in the World" hits his stride. Cover painting by hot newcomer Nick Gnazzo (RoboCop). B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #39
    Cheval Noir (1989) 39

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    Cover by Mile Allred. Will Sir Woodworth and his cohorts enjoy inconceivable riches or face complete devastation? Don't miss the exciting final chapter and epilogue of "In Search of Peter Pan"! Impatient for transformation, Shamah gets far more than he expects in chapter four of "Rork: Starlight," and Phil Elliott strikes a note of cautious paranoia in "Conspiracy Theory." B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #40
    Cheval Noir (1989) 40

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    Cover by David Mazzucchelli . Don't miss the captivating conclusion of "Rork: Starlight," as Rork makes the acquaintance of a new traveling companion who is ensnared in an odd enchantment! In recognition of Dark Horse Comics' Manga Month, "Demon," a poignant and beautifully rendered tale by Masashi Tanaka, premieres this issue. Moebius fans will be relieved to find "The Man from the Ciguri" resuming his adventures; in the meantime, Rick Geary announces a new biography, and Phil Elliot explores the timid new world of "Post-Apocalypse." This issue also marks the debut of "Caricatures," a strip that features a hilarious but deadpan gorilla with a future in art. B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #41
    Cheval Noir (1989) 41

    Cover by Dan Brereton. News flash! Nicole Hollander's "Sylvia" makes her debut this issue! In other news tonight, "Demon" continues, as the mysterious masked man makes an alarming revelation; events in "The Man from the Ciguri" grow increasingly curious; and "Stan Pulsar," hapless space explorer, contributes some swashbuckling humor. On an even less serious note, Tom McWeeney's cartoonist gorilla returns in "Caricatures," Rick Geary offers up another unique slice of life in "The Passing Scene," and Phil Elliott waxes paranoid with another "Conspiracy Theory." Film at eleven. B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #42
    Cheval Noir (1989) 42

    Cover by Michael Cherkas. "Suburban Nightmares," the Michael Cherkas/Larry Hancock/John van Bruggen cult classic, premieres with a brand-new tale -- "Secrets"! Cossu & Jamsin serve up "Soup Line," the ever-popular Rick Geary keeps us informed of events on "The Crime Channel," Nicole Hollander's "Sylvia" examines the history of big hair, and Masashi Tanaka's enigmatic "Demon" continues. B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #43
    Cheval Noir (1989) 43

    Cover by Eric Shanower. Die-hard fans and newcomers alike take note: "Randy the Skeleton," by Aidan Potts and Ian Carney, debuts this issue, as Randy -- dedicated hedonist and fervent collector of "hyperkitsch" -- teaches the orphans a lesson in "TV Shoplifting"! Nicole Hollander's "Sylvia" reveals an unexpected admissions requirement for heaven, while Cailleteau & Vatine's "Stan Pulsar" reappears with a no-holds-barred look at alien encounters and Rock 'n' Roll. Meanwhile, the Michael Cherkas, Larry Hancock, John van Bruggen classic, "Suburban Nightmares: Secrets," continues to weave its twisted tale of life in the '50s 'burbs; and Masashi Tanaka's "Demon" finds himself hunted from unexpected quarters. B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #44
    Cheval Noir (1989) 44

    Cover by Stan Shaw. The enigma of Yoshimasa's masked secret reveals itself at last in the surprise conclusion of Masashi Tanaka's "Demon," while paranoia -- or is it simply paranoia? -- runs rampant in the all-new Michael Cherkas, Larry Hancock, John van Bruggen "Suburban Nightmares" story, "Secrets." Rick Geary reminisces about days gone by in "Great Bend," Phil Elliott and Lloyd Thatcher take a macabre seaside vacation in "Post-Apocalypse," and Nicole Hollander's "Sylvia" turns a trained eye on felines throughout history. Those with tastes toward the satiric will appreciate the long-awaited return of Doug Wheeler's "Classics Desecrated," as Linda Medley renders the most recent desecration -- "The Wolf Who Cried `Sheep!'" Painted cover by Stan Shaw. B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #45
    Cheval Noir (1989) 45

    Cover by John K. Snyder. This issue features a classic John Bolton tale of playful prehistoric parody, as well as an all-new "Stan Pulsar" yarn of space pirates and sunken treasure by Cailleteau & Vatine. Michael Cherkas, Larry Hancock, and John van Bruggen continue the crescendo of murder, mystery, and mayhem in "Suburban Nightmares: Secrets," while Cossu & Jamsin flirt with the fine-edged follies of human motivation in "The Art Opening." In "Post-Apocalypse," Phil Elliott and Lloyd Thatcher extol the ecstasies of toxic waste, and Nicole Hollander's "Sylvia" teams up with "Clyde, Domestic Scientist" to investigate the commercial possibilities of zucchini plants. Exciting painted and mixed-media cover by John K. Snyder. B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #46
    Cheval Noir (1989) 46

    Cover by Moebius. The off-beat Western tale by Jean-Michel Charlier and Moebius, "Blueberry: Arizona Love," premieres this issue, and the Michael Cherkas, Larry Hancock, John van Bruggen classic, "Suburban Nightmares: Secrets," comes to a shattering conclusion! Ian Carney and Aidan Potts' "Randy the Skeleton" returns with "Age of Reason"; "Sylvia," Nicole Hollander's saucy, gum-snapping social critic, waxes sarcastic; Rick Geary observes the universe from his own wry perspective in "Galaxy I"; and in "Post-Apocalypse," Phil Elliott and Lloyd Thatcher discuss the history of architecture in apocalyptic terms. Original "Blueberry" painted cover by Moebius himself! B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #47
    Cheval Noir (1989) 47

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    Cover by Russell Walks. The latest in Andreas' tales of the ever-intriguing and endlessly enigmatic Rork premieres this issue with "Rork: Capricorn," and the Jean-Michel Charlier/Moebius saga of gunslinging, greed, and true love continues with "Blueberry: Arizona Love." This issue also features Nicole Hollander's "Sylvia," who analyzes age-related behavior in cats; a sequel to Rick Geary's observations of life, the universe, and everything in "Galaxy II"; another irreverent sci-fi sampling starring Cailleteau & Vatine's "Stan Pulsar," and a beautifully painted cover by Russell Walks. B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #48
    Cheval Noir (1989) 48

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    Cover by Shawn McManus. Jean-Michel Charlier and Moebius steer events absurdly awry in "Blueberry: Arizona Love." Andreas' "Rork: Capricorn" continues, as incidents conspire to reveal Rork's true nature. Randy the Skeleton returns for a gender-bending foray into glamour with "Miss Salford," courtesy of that wacky duo, Aidan Potts and Ian Carney; Nicole Hollander's "Sylvia" regards her cats' latest offense with astonishment; Rick Geary takes us on "Hazard Patrol"; and Phil Elliott and Lloyd Thatcher grant us another glimpse of life in the "Post-Apocalypse." Best of all, watch for a "mind-expanding" edition of "Caricatures," by Tom McWeeney. Painted cover by Shawn McManus. B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #49
    Cheval Noir (1989) 49

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    Cover by John Bolton. Tune in this month as Nicole Hollander's "Sylvia" turns to mystery writing; Jean-Michel Charlier and Moebius' rough-n-tough cowboy, Blueberry, continues a run of bad luck; and Andreas' Rork finds the underground action heating up fast in "Rork: Capricorn." Phil Elliott expounds another "Conspiracy Theory," and "Caricatures," by Tom McWeeney returns for another bodacious sketching session. Watch for your letters in another installment of "Black Mail." Painted cover by John Bolton. B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #50
    Cheval Noir (1989) 50

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    Cover by Jim Rohn. Look out: it's the Consummate Comic! The Ultimate Issue! The Cheval Finale! Don't miss the 48-page special celebrating Cheval Noir's last issue -- jam-packed with samplings of stories you've known and loved over the last five years. Watch for the mesmerizing and mind-numbing final chapters of Jean-Michel Charlier and Moebius' "Blueberry: Arizona Love" as well as Andreas' "Rork: Capricorn"! Brace yourself for another installment of that weird and wild tale of the fantastic by Moebius, "The Man from the Ciguri"! Feast your eyes on "Phantom of the Opry," one last classic desecrated by Doug Wheeler, with art by David Gatzmer, and a guest appearance by... ELVIS! Old favorites Rick Geary and Phil Elliott/Lloyd Thatcher provide forays into the far-out, as Geary addresses "Pride in Craftsmanship" and Elliott looks at the lighter side of life in the "Post-Apocalypse." More recent favorites also grace these final pages, as Ian Carney and Aidan Potts' "Randy the Skeleton" battles "Speech Bubble Smog" and Tom McWeeney takes a turn for the terse in "Caricatures." 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.