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Concrete Strange Armor (1997) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Concrete Strange Armor (1997) 1

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. So, you think you know it all? You think you know the story of Concrete's origin? Well, you don't know the whole story. For the first time, creator Paul Chadwick reveals the events around the transformation of speechwriter Ronald Lithgow into the seven-foot tall Concrete in their entirety, with the kinds of subtle, moving touches that could only come from his pen. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    Concrete Strange Armor (1997) 2

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. Abducted by extraterrestrials; his brain transplanted. Ron Lithgow needs help if he is to understand his new body and his new life. The NSA and the CIA lend a hand . . . in exchange for exclusive rights to study his alien form. Yet the agencies exhibit little concern for the man trapped inside -- except for one researcher, the beautiful Maureen Vonnegut. Ron Lithgow, aka Concrete, is headed for a fall. Paul Chadwick retells Concrete's origin with new revelations and amazing new details. Experience it all again for the first time! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #3
    Concrete Strange Armor (1997) 3

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. Fed up with the NSA, feeling as trapped by the scientists as he did by the aliens who transplanted his brain into his stone body, Ron Lithgow concocts a plan. Aided by scientist Maureen Vonnegut, the plan will not only free Lithgow, but alert the world of his plight. But Agent Stamberg has other ideas -- to keep Lithgow under his control, he's willing to use lethal force! The story of Concrete's origin has been told before, but not like this! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #4
    Concrete Strange Armor (1997) 4

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. Agent Stamberg starts to draw Concrete into the spy's shadowy, amoral world by means both subtle and brutal. Maureen tries to help Concrete resist, while Stamberg attempts to drive a wedge between the two. Then an eight-year-old's birthday and a coal mine disaster pull matters out of everyone's control. And you'll be knocked out by Concrete's first acquisition for his erotic art collection! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #5
    Concrete Strange Armor (1997) 5

    Story and art by Paul Chadwick. This is the final issue of Concrete's origin tale and a never-before-told chapter in that saga. Concrete manages to slip away from agent Stamberg's goons for a second time -- this time to tie up some loose ends from his former life -- but Concrete's so busy worrying about his past, he fails to recognize Stamberg's nefarious plans for his future! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.95.