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Dreadstar (1986 First) comic books

  • Issue #27
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 27

    First issue of the series as published by First, which picks up and continues the storylines in the Marvel Epic editions. In "Answers," the traitor who has been plaguing Dreadstar and his team is revealed. Script and art by Jim Starlin. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #28
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 28

    With the traitor within now taken care of, Dreadstar and his teammates begin their final assault on the Instrumentality but the Lord High Papal is waiting in "Freedom Break." Script and art by Jim Starlin. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #29
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 29

    It's an all-out battle as Oedi versus Mass and Willow battles Monalo on the uninhabited world of Terigan in "Mindwar." Script and art by Jim Starlin. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #30
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 30

    This is it! An incredible and furious battle results when Dreadstar, Syzygy, and Violet face the Lord High Papal. But it all comes down to Dreadstar in the final confrontation with the Lord High Papal in "Victory and the High Price of Victory." Script and art by Jim Starlin. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #31
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 31

    After his final battle with the Lord High Papal, Dreadstar discovers the true source of his powers and his new ones in "The Healing Dream." The story also has a summary of what has gone in Dreadstar's life up to this point. Script and art by Jim Starlin. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #32
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 32

    Dreadstar awakens from his two year coma and has to adjust to a new world, a world that may not need or want him in "Brave New World." Script by Jim Starlin and art by Starlin and Sam Grainger. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #33
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 33

    Dreadstar, Willow and Fixx go on their first mission together in hunting down war criminals in "In Defense of Innocence." Script by Jim Starlin and art by Luke McDonnell & Val Mayerik. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #34
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 34

    When contact is lost with a science agent who went to check out a lead on a war criminal on the planet Templax, Dreadstar goes to check out things and has to deal with the powerful Malchek in "Milkrun." Script by Jim Starlin and art by Luke McDonnell & Val Mayerik. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #35
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 35

    When an entire orphanage of children are murdered, Dreadstar and Fixx hunt for a former head of the Monarchy's Secret Service in "Lastlaugh." Script by Jim Starlin and art by Luke McDonnell & Val Mayerik. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #36
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 36

    The hunt for the war criminal and mass murderer Lastlaugh continues and that path leads to death for one character in "No More…No More…" Script by Jim Starlin and art by Luke McDonnell & Val Mayerik. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #37
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 37

    As Willow finds out the truth about what the new government has been doing and decides on a course of action, Dreadstar and others continue to hunt for Lastlaugh in "The Quiet Revolution." Script by Jim Starlin and art by Luke McDonnell & Val Mayerik. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #38
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 38

    It's Willow versus the failsafe system that can destroy Computer Central in "Changes." Script by Jim Starlin and art by Luke McDonnell & Val Mayerik. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #39
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 39

    Crossroads tie-in. Cover pencils by Luke McDonnell, inks by Val Mayerik. ... His Finest Moment, script by Jim Starlin, pencils by Angel Medina, inks by Sam Grainger; Dreadstar, Willow, and Syzygy defeat and destroy the Twelve Gods; Syzygy dies in the process; Vanth prepares to travel to Cynosure. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #40
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 40

    Having lost two friends and after finishing a rough assignment, a depressed Dreadstar contemplates his future in "Broken Pieces, Dreams Ending." Script by Jim Starlin and art by Luke McDonnell & Val Mayerik. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #41
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 41

    No longer hunting war criminals, Dreadstar and his new team head to space for new adventures and adventures unknown in "The Big Bang." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Sam Grainger. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #42
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 42

    What is the mysterious baby that Dreadstar and his team find floating in space after they are pulled through a hole in space into another galaxy in "Baby On Board." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Bob Dvorak. Issue also has chapter one of a text story, "Pawns," by Jim Starlin & Daina Graziunas. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #43
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 43

    Dreadstar and his team venture into a planetwide flea market and run into a six-armed assassin named Isak in "Truly Bazaar – Shop 'Till You Drop." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Sam Grainger & Bob Dvorak. Issue also has chapter two of a text story, "Pawns," by Jim Starlin & Daina Graziunas. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #44
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 44

    Dreadstar and his teammates come upon a huge, mysterious derelict spacecraft in "Styx and Bones." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Bob Dvorak. Issue also has chapter three of a text story, "Pawns," by Jim Starlin & Daina Graziunas. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #45
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 45

    A distress beacon leads Dreadstar and his team to a forgotten castle on an isolated planet where things don't seem exactly as they appear in "Welcome Mat." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Bob Dvorak. Issue also has chapter four of a text story, "Pawns," by Jim Starlin & Daina Graziunas. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #46
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 46

    Inside the castle on an isolated planet, Lord Palafox tells his story to Dreadstar and company in "My Galaxy and Welcome to It." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Bob Dvorak. Issue also has chapter five of a text story, "Pawns," by Jim Starlin & Daina Graziunas. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #47
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 47

    Cover pencils by Angel Medina. Cat Man Do, or, What Have We Stepped In Now?, script by Peter David, pencils by Angel Medina, inks by Bob Dvorak; Dreadstar and company earn the support of the Kagami when Oedi defeats Anso in battle; Oedi inherits Anso's feline slave Cookie as part of the bargain. Chapter 6: The Fallen Knight, script by Jim Starlin and Daina Graziunas, art by Jim Starlin; Chuck reveals Jack Avery's vengeance plans to the rest of the leaders of the mission; He also consoles Deroc on his failure with the plants. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #48
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 48

    Dreadstar and company aid the Gryxpitis, a race of army ants, whose queen is held captive by Palafox's usurper son, Rok, in "The Army Ants." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Bob Dvorak. Issue also has chapter seven of a text story, "Pawns," by Jim Starlin & Daina Graziunas. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #49
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 49

    Dreadstar and his teammates try to make a deal with the Toht armada and that leads into complications in "Appearances." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Bob Dvorak. Issue also has chapter eight of a text story, "Pawns," by Jim Starlin & Daina Graziunas. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #50
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 50

    Special 48-page issue celebrating the 50th issue of Dreadstar. In this issue, Dreadstar and his team and allies are ready for the war to free the galaxy from the control of Rok, but can they do it is the question in "The Battle for a Galaxy." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Bob Dvorak & Tom Baxa. Issue also has chapter nine of a text story, "Pawns," by Jim Starlin & Daina Graziunas. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #51
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 51

    After the victory in the battle for the Ten Galaxies for Lord Palafox, he reveals his true motives in "True Colors." Script by Peter David and art by Chuck Wojtkiewicz & Eric Vincent. Issue also has chapter ten of a text story, "Pawns," by Jim Starlin & Daina Graziunas. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #52
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 52

    When Dreadstar starts to wonder if restoring Lord Palafox to power was a good idea, he is accused of treachery in "Major Whoops." Script by Peter David and art by Chuck Wojtkiewicz & Eric Vincent. Issue also has chapter eleven of a text story, "Pawns," by Jim Starlin & Daina Graziunas. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #53
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 53

    Dreadstar and his teammates are captured and Lord Palafox makes a deal with Willow in "Mind Games." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Bob Dvorak. Issue also has chapter twelve of a text story, "Pawns," by Jim Starlin & Daina Graziunas. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #54
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 54

    Dreadstar and his teammates try to stop Lord Palafox from gaining possession of the ultimate weapon in "Dead and Gone." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Bob Dvorak. Issue also has chapter thirteen and the conclusion of a text story, "Pawns," by Jim Starlin & Daina Graziunas. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #55
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 55

    Dreadstar and his teammates have to deal with a very angry Teuton and Lord Palafox and Junior talk about power in "Kill Dreadstar." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Bob Dvorak. Issue also has Iron Angel in "Fallen Angel – Part 1." Script by Peter David and art by John Calimee & Bob Dvorak. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #56
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 56

    Oedi takes on the disguise of a heroic defender on Piscay, a world of cats, to show them that they can fight back and defend themselves in "I'm Catman." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Tim Tyler. Issue also has Iron Angel in "Fallen Angel – Part 2." Script by Peter David and art by John Calimee & Bob Dvorak. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #57
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 57

    Tueton finally catches up with Dreadstar and intends to fulfill his mission to kill him in "Wasteland." Script by Peter David and art by John Calimee & Bob Dvorak. Issue also has Iron Angel in "Fallen Angel – Part 3." Script by Peter David and art by John Calimee & Bob Dvorak. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #58
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 58

    Ondru tries to help Dreadstar obtain the power necessary to defeat Palafox and Junior in "Godhead Revisted." Script by Peter David and art by John Calimee & Paul Mounts. Issue also has Iron Angel in "Fallen Angel – Part 4." Script by Peter David and art by Steve Epting. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #59
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 59

    Dreadstar starts the final battle against Lord Palafox and Junior as he meets with the Toth to try to turn them in "Beginning of the End." Script by Peter David and art by Steve Epting. Issue also has Iron Angel in "Fallen Angel – Part 5." Script by Peter David and art by John Calimee & Jim Nelson. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #60
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 60

    Now knowing what Junior really is, everybody battles him in "Engagement." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Tim Tyler. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #61
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 61

    Dreadstar's greatest and deadliest enemy, Papal, returns in "People Who Hate Papal." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Bill Anderson & Tim Tyler. Issue also has Iron Angel in "Fallen Angel – Part 6." Script by Peter David and art by John Calimee & Jim Nelson. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #62
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 62

    Skeevo relates a slightly altered origin of Vanth Dreadstar in "The Cosmos According to Skeevo." Script by Peter David and art by John Calimee & Jeff Albrecht. Issue also has "Young Scuz." Script by Peter David and art by Scot Eaton & Jim Nelson. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #63
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 63

    Dreadstar and his teammates investigate the source of a probe and meet the crew of the Stellarship Benedict in "The Day the Urth Stood Still." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Bill Anderson. Issue also has "Young Scuz – Part 2." Script by Peter David and art by Scot Eaton & Jim Nelson. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #64
    Dreadstar (1986 First) 64

    Last issue of series. Dreadstar and his teammates go against Tibrus and his crew in "Franchise & Empire." Script by Peter David and art by Angel Medina & Bill Anderson. Issue also has "Young Scuz – Part 3." Script by Peter David and art by Scot Eaton & Jim Nelson. Cover price $2.25.