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Femforce (1985) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Femforce (1985) 1

    Cover pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Bill Black. First color appearance of the Femforce team in Trek For the Time Twister, script by Bill Black, pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Bill Black; introduces Ms. Victory, She-cat, Nightveil,(who mystically reverts to her Golden Age persona of the Blue Bulleteer for this adventure) and Tara Fremont; the girls recruit new member Tara, and head down to South America to help out the niece of FF founding member Rio Rita; There they encounter dinosaurs, primitive Amazons, and the villain known as Ripjaw, all the while trying to return an experimental time-travel device. The Menace of Montague Moon, script and pencils by Don Seacrease, inks by Kevin Dzuban. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #2
    Femforce (1985) 2

    Cover pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Bill Black. A Gentleman Named Ripjaw, script and ink by Bill Black, pencils by Mark Heike; An escape from capture by giant women, a short jaunt back to prehistoric times and the origin of the man with metal dentures are only the beginning, before the Femforce finally save the day and bring back Dr. Jimenez' Time Triangle; Guest-starring Colt, Satch and Wallow, Jennifer Wayne-Burke, and the first appearance of Reggie Blodgett. Pursuit starring the Last Detective, script by Mark Propst, pencils by Mark Propst, inks by Jim Sanders III. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #3
    Femforce (1985) 3

    Cover pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Bill Black. Skin Game, script and inks by Bill Black, pencils by Bill Black, Mark Heike, and Mark Propst; Blue Bulleteer returns to her normal state as Nightveil, and the Femforce go to the underwater city of Oceanus One to track down a gang of smugglers whose trail starts at Tara's Jungle Island refuge; But are the bad guys after exotic animals--or gold? Moon's Mind Masquerade: Part 1, script by Paul Daly, art by Rick Burkett. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #6
    Femforce (1985) 6

    Cover pencils by Robert Walker, inks by Bill Black. Girl Talk, script and inks by Bill Black, pencils by Robert Walker; Another cast member is added, and the origin of Synn, the Girl From Lsd is recapped; strange alien apparitions are the result of Synn's powerful mind in stasis, so the Femforce's sorceress supreme, Nightveil vows to take her to a dimension where her mind will be left free to expand; guest-stars Stella Stargaze and T. C. Fremont, Janice Lawson, The Brotherhood Of Purity and Farkas, with cameos of Atomman and Alizarin Crimson. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #7
    Femforce (1985) 7

    Cover art by Mark Heike. The Good, the Bad, and the Paranormal, script by Rik Levins and Bill Black, pencils by Rik Levins, Don Seacrease, Tom Grindberg, Howard Bender, Steve Vance, Dan Panosian, and Paul Daly, inks by Bill Black, Bill Anderson, Dan Davis, and Mark Heike; Ms. Victory, She-cat, Nightveil and Stardust are sent back into time to the days of the Old West. Continued from Sentinels of Justice (AC, 1986 series) #6. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #9
    Femforce (1985) 9

    First $1.95 cover price. Cover art by Tom Mendber, Jr. Breakables, script by Wes Covington, pencils by Dell Barras, inks by Danny Taverna; In order for She-cat to hold in check the power of the evil cat -deity that possesses her, she must form a psychic bond with another being; For decades, that bond was with Joan Wayne, A. K. A Ms. Victory; But Joan and Ms. V. no longer exist-thanks to a forced overdose of the compound that gives Ms. V. her powers (It happened in Nightveil #7); Now, only the unstable and antisocial Rad exists in Joan's place; She-cat's bond is gone, and the goddess Sehkmet is in complete control. Continued from Nightveil #7. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #12
    Femforce (1985) 12

    Cover pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Bill Black. The Egg and I, script by Bill Black, pencils by Darren Goodhart, inks by Bill Black; Still trying to generate publicity (and cash) from her purloined alien egg, Stella Stargaze teams up with media sleazehound Hidalgo Romero to try to get a big payoff for staging an alien birth on live T. V. in "The Egg And I"; When jealous Romero cuts the strap of her gown on the air, T.C. Fremont begins to see the real Stella (and so do millions of viewers! ); Meanwhile, Alizarin Crimson's attack last issue has left Nightveil her helpless prisoner, and Crimson in possession of her Cloak Of Darkness; And Rad starts a riot in a disco, while Colt wonders why she ever got mixed up in all this. Terror at the Top of the World!, script by Bill Black, pencils by Marc Hempel, inks by Bill Black. Untitled Dragonfly story, script and pencils by Rik Levins, inks by Bill Black. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #14
    Femforce (1985) 14

    Cover art by Bill Black. New Ways I Dream of Wires, script by Wes Covington, pencils by Darren Goodhart, inks by Ralph Cabrera, Bill Black, and Jeff Whiting; Using Nightveil as her puppet, the witch Alizarin Crimson systematically decimates the FemForce; First, she captures Tara, then destroys the Fremont Building in downtown Orlando, and frames the FF as the perpetrators; The Shade tries to intervene, to no avail; Jennifer Wayne-Burke's resolve starts to falter; Soon, Alizarin Crimson has the whole FemForce in her clutches; So, why has she released She-Cat?; Could it be because 'Cat has gone without her bond too long, and the beast in her (Sehkmet) is ready to kill? 28 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #20
    Femforce (1985) 20

    Cover pencils by Billie Marimon, inks by Mark Heike. Are You Ready for Buckaroo Betty?, script by Bill Black (plot) and Rik Levins (Script), pencils by Billie Marimon; This big 20th issue celebration starts off with a party at the latest FemForce headquarter, an abandoned private school near Orlando, Florida; The occasion?; The official swearing in of new members Dragonfly, Stardust, and Tara. A Conversation with Bill Black Part 1 article. 44 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #21
    Femforce (1985) 21

    Cover pencils by Norman Hardy Jr, inks by Mark Heike. Pretorious Rex, script and pencils by Anthony Oshmago, inks by Bob Lewis; With new members and peace on other fronts, it's time to get back to old business (that would help strengthen the team for the coming war with The Black Shroud, as well), so Colt gets the order-bring in Rad; But when both the hunter and her quarry are pulled into yet another scheme of the mad Dr. Pretorius, all hell breaks loose. A Conversation with Bill Black Part 2 article. 44 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #22
    Femforce (1985) 22

    Cover pencils by Richard Rome [as The Count], inks by Bill Black. Nightmare!!, script and pencils by Richard Rome [as The Count], inks by Mark Propst and Bill Black; The former Ms. Victory, now known as Rad, is tortured in her sleep by mad visions of what she was, what she is, and what she will never be. Meanwhile, Back at FFHQ, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bill Marimon, inks by Jim Saunders II [as Da Colonel] and Mark Propst. A Conversation with Bill Black Part 3. The Little Man Who Was All There! starring Cave Girl. 44 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #23
    Femforce (1985) 23

    Cover art by Mark Heike. Cold Turkey, script by James Misson (Plot) and Rik Levins (Script), pencils by Rik Levins (pages 1-6) and Brad Gorby (Pages 7-25), inks by James Sanders III; There's a new boss for the FemForce team: General Robert Gordon (he first showed up in the Armageddon Factor mini-series); His first order is an old directive, capture the unstable Rad; Meanwhile, the paranormal in question is keeping a low profile, while cooking up a scheme to raise cash; Using the skills she gained during Joan Wayne's career as a bio-geneticist, she modifies the V-45 compound that gives her super-power into a youth serum that she plans to peddle to the desperate (but old and wealthy) rich. A Conversation with Bill Black Part 4 article. I, The Kitty, script and pencils by Jordi Ensign, inks by Chris Allen. 44 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #24
    Femforce (1985) 24

    Cover pencils by The Count, inks by Mark Propst. Teen Femforce, script by James Mission, the Count, pencils by the Count, inks by Mark Propst; The Feds have the de-powered Rad and in an attempt to bring back to old Ms. Victory, she gets an infusion of the formula that first made her a paranormal; The result?; Rad gets her powers back, and busts out; New top kick General Robert Gordon has had enough, and clandestinely hires a group of super-mercenaries to bring her down once and for all. 44 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #25
    Femforce (1985) 25

    Cover pencils by Richard Rome [as The Count], inks by Mark Heike. At What Price Victory?, script by Bill Black, pencils by Richard Rome [as The Count], inks by Mark Propst; Captain Kelly relentlessly pursues a reluctant Jennifer Burke until she agrees to undergo the same process that gave her mother super-powers; As the new Ms. Victory, Jen defeats Madam Boa on her first case, and Kelly appoints her to be the new head of FemForce. From the Secret Files of the FemForce article. Untitled Rio Rita story, pencils by Bob Lubbers, inks by John Dell. Black Phantom ad on back cover. 44 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #26
    Femforce (1985) 26

    Cover art by Will Meugniot. Stardust Memories, script and pencils by Richard Rome [as The Count], inks by Mark Heike; The FemForce's Rurian powerhouse celebrates her birthday, thinks back on her origin, and muses on her future. The Devil Below Part 1, script by Rik Levins, pencils by Richard Rome [as The Count], inks by John Dell. Rio Rita, script by Morgan Hawkins. 44 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #27
    Femforce (1985) 27

    Cover art by Will Meugniot. The Devil Below Part 2, script by Rik Levins, pencils by Richard Rome [as The Count], inks by John Dell; Our heroes face actual hand-to-hand combat with The Black Shroud himself, in a cavern below Jungle Island; The odds just keep getting worse, with the arrival of the son of The Red Butcher, Psiborg, a doppleganger of Captain Paragon; Then enter The Shade! Black Phantom illustration by Brad Gorby. She-Cat, script by Dan H. Eiler and John J. Golden, pencils by Bill Marimon, inks by Mark Heike and John Dell III. 44 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #28
    Femforce (1985) 28

    Cover art by Will Meugniot. With Friends Like This?!?, script and pencils by Richard Rome [as The Count], inks by Mark Propst; It's time to do Public Relation work on the FemForce image again, and Captain Tom Kelly gets the girls a spot on The Arsenio Hall show, to try to polish it up; But with the girls resentful of sudden new leader Jennifer Burke, the whole thing backfires when it degenerates into a cat-fight on national television; No villains are needed, the FemForce seem like their own worst enemies here; Colt leaves active membership, and Synn makes her first appearance as a regular member. Beyond the Wall of Dreams starring Synn Girl from LSD, script and pencils by Mark Heike, inks by John Dell. You Only Die Twice! starring Nightveil, script by Bill Black, pencils by Norman Hardy Jr., inks by Mark Propst. 44 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #37
    Femforce (1985) 37

    Cover art by Will Meugniot. Rad vs. Miss Victory, script by The Count, pencils by John Nadeau, inks by John Robinson; John Dell Rad is out of money again, and when a mysterious Mr. Harcourt comes to hire her, she immediately takes the job; What is it?; Why, to steal Dr. Jimenez' Time Triagle; Adopting the guise of the original Ms. Victory again, nothing could be simpler, as she flies into Latimer Labs, and they give her the 'Triangle with no questions asked!; Things get hairy when it turns out Harcourt is really Fritz Voltzman in disguise, and his plan is to use the device to go back in time to World War II, and bring Hitler himself into the present! 44 pgs. $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #39
    Femforce (1985) 39

    Cover pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Bill Black. Burn In My Bed, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bill Black (layouts) and Mark Heike (finishes), inks by Mark Heike; She-cat's bond with "young" Octavia Howard may be weakening, as 'Cat is plagued with nightmares of blood; Tara is filled with regrets--when Jungle Island was wracked with upheaval during the just-passed Shroud War, her longtime friend and colleague Janis Lawson disappeared; Now peace reigns and everything is back to normal, but Janis is still missing; Another night, and a She-cat more feral than ever, is on the prowl; Can Nightveil stop here before she takes a life? The Black Commando, script by Mark Heike, pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Chad Hunt. 44 pgs. $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #40
    Femforce (1985) 40

    Cover pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Mark Heike. Inside Out, script and pencils by Bill Black, inks by Mark Heike; Venturing into She-cats own mind to learn the secrets of the bonding process, Nightveil comes face to face with the cat god Sehkmet; While Stardust helps Tara search for Janis Lawson on Jungle Island, Nightveil attempts a new bond with She-cat- with the help of Synn and Jennifer; Meanwhile, the mad Black Commando is hunting down those he blames for his condition-why is Octavia Howard on his list?; A strange elderly woman is offering Rad a small fortune for her youth serum-and you know Rad will take that deal. Enter Lady Liberty! starring Tara, script by Bill Black, art by Marc Hempel. 44 pgs. $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #41
    Femforce (1985) 41

    Cover pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Bill Black. Untitled story, script by Lenny Gray (Plot), Bill Black (Dialogue), and Mark Heike (Dialogue), pencils by Lee Larkins, inks by Mark Heike and Jordi Ensign; What if there was a world, very much like our own, only a dimensional vibration away?; What if it was like ours in all ways, except that the females were the hunters, the explores and the fighters, and the males took care of home and hearth?; A world so much like our own, that they, too had a Paragon, but besides being a woman, she was also far more vicious and ruthless than our own? Femparagon! Illustration by John Dell. Devil Island starring Janis Lawson, script and pencils by Richard Rome [as The Count], inks by Bill Black. Tears on my Pillow starring Black Commando, script by Bill Black, pencils by John Nadeau, inks by Mark Heike. 44 pgs. $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #42
    Femforce (1985) 42

    Cover pencils by Scott Nemmers, inks by Mark Heike. Trading Places ...or Which Witch is Which?, script by Bill Black, pencils by Scott Nemmers, inks by John Nadeau, David Mowry, and Mark Heike; ts Halloween night, and the Femforce are taking a rare evening off to enjoy the festivities; And, as She-cat herself says, whats Halloween without a witch?; Well, theyve got one this year as Alizarin Crimson takes the opportunity to attack, turning harmless-looking little trick-or-treaters into horrible, malevolent monstrosities. The Serpent Strikes starring the Purple Claw, pencils by Ben Brown, inks by David Gantz. Shark Bait! starring Janis Lawson, script by Richard Rome [as The Count], pencils by Richard Rome [as The Count] (layout) and John Nadeau, inks by John Nadeau. 44 pgs. $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #45
    Femforce (1985) 45

    Cover pencils by Dave Roberts, inks by Bill Black. Untitled Femforce story, script by Bill Black, pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Mark Heike and Bill Black; Something has been wrong with Nightveil for months now, and no one has been more aware of it than her brother, Roger (The Avenger)Wright; When NV taunts him with a stunt that could cost him his life, new found love interest Miss Masquee can barely save him; Enter Azagoth to expose the imposter who has been playing Nightveils part all this time, and The Haunted Horseman to haul her away to limbo. A Too Tall Tale! starring Femforce, script by Bill Black, pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Mark Heike. 44 pgs. $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #47
    Femforce (1985) 47

    Cover pencils by Bill Black, inks by Mark Heike. Crimson: Into The Limbo Lost!, script and pencils by Bill Black, inks by Mark Heike; A freak attack on the limbo void by a strange being may mean freedom for the recently-consigned Alizarin Crimson, while the weakening Rad turns the tables on Fritz Voltzman by reversing Lady Lugers own scheme, to trick Fritz into giving her a dilute version of the V vitamin; Suspicious as to what his wife has been up to, David Burke thinks hes on her trail, when hes arrested as an accomplice of his mother-in-law, Rad!; When Crimson makes a deal with the creator who inadvertently freed her (Its the goat god Capricorn), she returns to Earth with a boost in arcane power, and the charge of bringing Capricorn lots of Earth paranormal souls to feast on. 44 pgs. $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #50
    Femforce (1985) 50

    Cover pencils by Bill Black, inks by Mark Heike. The Final Hour!, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bill Black (pp. 7-31), Dick Ayers (pp. 1-6), and Richard (The Count) Rome layouts pp. 17-19), inks by Mark Heike; In the final milliseconds before the giant bomb exploded, a high-voltage jolt from the bomb's circuitry combined with the sight of daughter Jennifer risking all to save her turned Joan Wayne back into Ms. Victory, with the Rad persona expunged from her psyche; Invulnerable Joan and Jen weathered the blast, though Colt sustained injuries; Back at FFHQ, little Jason Burke is happily reunited with his family, but in the midst of exuberant paranormal hijinx, Joan is hit with a strange paroxism, and morphs into a half-Rad on a rampage; The combined might of the remaining FF, the giantess Garganta and half a dozen Vault heroes is not enough to contain her. Profile of The Keys, the group performing the theme song for the promised Femforce movie. 44 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.