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Factor (1998) comic books

  • Issue #0
    Factor (1998) 0
    Published 1998 by About Comics.

    Cover by Steve Lieber. Exposure, script by Nat Gertler, pencils by Adam Rex, inks by Paul Whitehead; The effect the Factor stopping a bank robbery has on witnesses and the news. Arms And The Man, script by Nat Gertler, art by Janine Johnston; Lila has a date with Paul, but dreams of The Factor. Protection, script by Nat Gertler, art by Alex Grecian; A small-time crook tries to start a protection racket claiming he's working with the Factor. The Factor illustration by Carlos Saldaña. 36 pgs., B&W. $2.95. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #1
    Factor (1998) 1
    Published 1998 by About Comics.

    Cover by Mike Vosburg. To Serve And Protect, script by Nat Gertler, pencils by Jim Schumaker, inks by Bradley Walton; A police officer resents the success and attention paid to the Factor while he and his colleagues receive little recognition. Dubba-dubba-dum-dubba-dum-data, script by Nat Gertler, art by Joe Staton; A child playing with his action figures pretends he's The Factor. Escalation, script by Nat Gertler, art by Alex Grecian; The consequences of a gangster's paranoia about The Factor. Telephone For The Nineties by Nat Gertler; Message board comments about The Factor. 36 pgs., B&W. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    Factor (1998) 2
    Published 1998 by About Comics.

    Cover by John Drury. Da Oudda Towners, script by Nat Gertler, art by Matt Feazell; A honeymooning couple is robbed. In Need, script by Nat Gertler, art by Tom Luth; An old woman is mugged, but the Factor's not there to save her. Clothes Making, script by Nat Gertler, art by Carla Speed McNeil; A woman chooses a Factor costume for a fancy dress party. Essay, script by Nat Gertler, art by Rich Johnston; A college essay about The Factor. The Green Diamond Protocol, script by Nat Gertler, art by Carlos Saldaña; A Japanese spy is operating in New York. Dull Summer Day, script by Nat Gertler, art by Paul Whitehead; Some guys plan a robbery. Dull Summer Day, script by Nat Gertler, art by Jeff Koenig; Some guys plan a robbery; This is the same script as the previous story, interpreted by a different artist. 36 pgs., B&W. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #3
    Factor (1998) 3
    Published 1999 by About Comics.

    The Limits Of The Lawyer, script by Nat Gertler, art by Ted Slampyak; A film producer wants to make a film about The Factor while a lawyer tries to persuade him why he shouldn't. Direction, script by Nat Gertler, art by Mark Lewis; A director scans the storyboards for the Factor film. Action, script by Nat Gertler, pencils by Jim Schumaker, inks by Bradley Walton; Taking the role of The Factor makes an actor a better man. Nat Becomes A Movie Star article; Nat Gertler writes about his experiences as an extra in the film Primary Colors. 36 pgs., B&W. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #4
    Factor (1998) 4
    Published 1999 by About Comics.

    I Am The Factor, script by Nat Gertler, art by Justine Shaw; Deke Tsakos claims to be The Factor. I Am Too The Factor, script by Nat Gertler, art by Rich Johnston; A woman coming home late and drunk claims she's The Factor. I Am The Factoy, script by Nat Gertler, art by Rusty Haller; A bunch of toys need someone to find the dino-tots. News Carrier, script by Nat Gertler, art by Jim Wheelock; The paper boy's delivery round. At Joe's Lunch Stop, script by Nat Gertler, art by Jason Whitley; The conversation at a diner regarding The Factor's disappearance. 36 pgs., B&W. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.