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Fusion (1987) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Fusion (1987) 1
    Published Jan 1987 by Eclipse.

    When crew members of the starship Tsunami get into a bar fight and end up in jail, Captain Indio has to find them and help them escape in "The Soulstar Commission." Script by Steve Barnes and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling. Issue also has Dr. Watchstop in "Unique Specimen." Script and art by Ken Macklin. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #2
    Fusion (1987) 2
    Published Mar 1987 by Eclipse.

    After their escape from jail fails, the crew and the captain of the starship Tsunami find themselves back in jail and the captain has to make a deal to get them out in "The Soulstar Commission – Part 2." Script by Steve Barnes and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling. Issue also has a text feature on the crew members of the starship Tsunami and Dr. Watchstop in "Relic." Script and art by Ken Macklin. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #3
    Fusion (1987) 3
    Published May 1987 by Eclipse.

    Captain Tremaine is faced with betraying her friend and former lover, Commander Jagger, who is also the leader of the T'Kop Mercenary forces, or she and her crew will be killed. But events take a surprising and shocking turn in "The Soulstar Commission – Part 3." Script by Steve Barnes and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling. Issue also has Dr. Watchstop in "Modern Culture." Script and art by Ken Macklin. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #4
    Fusion (1987) 4
    Published Jul 1987 by Eclipse.

    After one of their crewmates dies, Captain Tremaine and the crew try to get to the truth as to what is happening on the planet Skelos in "The Soulstar Commission – Part 4." Script by Steve Barnes and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling. Issue also has a three-page comical strip on how the Fusion comic is made and Dr. Watchstop in "Gone Fishing." Script and art by Ken Macklin. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #5
    Fusion (1987) 5
    Published Sep 1987 by Eclipse.

    With battles raging on the planet Skelos and the crew of the Tsunami believing their captain is dead, the crew tries to pull together against impossible odds in "The Soulstar Commission – Part 5." Script by Steve Barnes and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling. Issue also has Dr. Watchstop in "Bugs" with script and art by Ken Macklin and "The Weasel Patrol" with script and art by Ken Macklin & Lela Dowling. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #6
    Fusion (1987) 6
    Published Nov 1987 by Eclipse.

    In "Heat," Captain Tremaine plays some cards with some friends, one of who has to transport some mysterious cargo (script by Peter Morwood and art by Larry Dixon); in "Station Break," Captain Tremaine tries to deal with an expensive repair bill on her ship (script by Peter Morwood and art by Phil Foglio & Monika Livingston); and "On the Waterfront," the Weasel Patrol tries to do some fishing (script and art by Ken Macklin and Lela Dowling). Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #7
    Fusion (1987) 7
    Published Jan 1988 by Eclipse.

    An old friend of Captain Tremaine's asks for help in getting off planet. And of course, that is more difficult that it sounds in "Transition." Script by Steve Gallacci and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling. Issue also has Dr. Watchstop in "Right Stuff" with script and art by Ken Macklin and a Weasel Patrol pinup. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #8
    Fusion (1987) 8
    Published Mar 1988 by Eclipse.

    Heading toward the planet of Pakto-Shaka, the crew of the Tsunami is expecting fun and pleasure and the chance to make some profits, but instead find out that the planet has undergone a radical change in "Spring Rolls – Part 1." Script by Steve Gallacci and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling. Issue also has Dr. Watchstop in "Xlerg's Fossil Emporium" with script and art by Ken Macklin and "Roboweasel" with script and art by Ken Macklin & Lela Dowling. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #9
    Fusion (1987) 9
    Published May 1988 by Eclipse.

    With Haven and Carz off on their own and bound for trouble, the other crew members of the Tsunami split up, try to find them and get them back to the ship before it's too late in "Spring Rolls – Part 2." Script by Steve Gallacci and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling. Issue also has "Watchstop" with script and art by Ken Macklin & Lela Dowling and a "Midnight at the Oasis" pinup by Joe Pearson & Dave Simons. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #10
    Fusion (1987) 10
    Published Jul 1988 by Eclipse.

    To save days in travel time, Captain Tremaine tries a risky maneuver with the ship Tsunami. But a chaos loop results and the captain gets trapped in psi-space. Now the crew has to figure out how to get her back in "Ghosts In the Machine." Script by Michael Reaves and art by Joe Pearson & Tim Burgard & Dave Simons. Issue also has "S.W.A.T." with script and art by Ken Macklin & Lela Dowling, "Blood" with script and art by Dave Simons, and a "Sunbathing in a Tsunami" pinup by Steve Gallacci and Lela Dowling. Wraparound cover. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #11
    Fusion (1987) 11
    Published Sep 1988 by Eclipse.

    Broke again, the crew of the Tsunami heads for a junkyard area of space and starts scavenger hunting and what they find leads to trouble and danger in "The Devastator Affair – Part 1." Script by Peter Morwood & Michael Reeves and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling. Issue also has the Weasel Patrol in "It's A Beach" with script and art by Ken Macklin & Lela Dowling and a pinup by Joe Pearson & Dave Simons. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #12
    Fusion (1987) 12
    Published Nov 1988 by Eclipse.

    While salvaging an ancient battlesite, crew members of the Tsunami find an artifact which comes to life and takes them prisoner in "The Devastator Affair – Part 2." Script by Peter Morwood & Brynne Stephens and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling. Issue also has "Big Bob's Eat & Fill Intergalactic Truck Stop." Script and art by Ken Macklin & Lela Dowling and a Tsunami crew pinup by Joe Pearson & Dave Simons. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #13
    Fusion (1987) 13
    Published Jan 1989 by Eclipse.

    With an alien ship capable of destructive power on the loose, the Tsunami crew members try to figure out a way to stop it in "The Devastator Affair – Part 3." Script by Michael Reeves and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling. Issue also has the Weasel Patrol in "Leroy Lands A Job" with script and art by Ken Macklin & Lela Dowling and a Tsunami crew pinup by Joe Pearson & Dave Simons. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #14
    Fusion (1987) 14
    Published Mar 1989 by Eclipse.

    While waiting by Haven, who is in a coma in a medical unit, Indio hopes for sign of improvement and thinks back to how they met in "The Nestling – Part 1." Script by Axel Shaikman & Christy Marx and art by Larry Dixon & Judy Meadows. Issue also has "The Femur Brothers" with script by Steve Gallacci and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling and "The Weasel Patrol" with script and art by Ken Macklin & Lela Dowling. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #15
    Fusion (1987) 15
    Published May 1989 by Eclipse.

    The story of Indio and Haven's first meeting continues and shows their struggles to stay alive during the war and their battle with a deadly mechanical assassin in "The Nesting – Part 2." Script by Axel Shaikman & Christy Marx and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling & Larry Dixon & Judy Meadows. Issue also has "Under the Big Top" with script and art by Ken Macklin & Lela Dowling. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #16
    Fusion (1987) 16
    Published Jul 1989 by Eclipse.

    The Tsunami makes a secret landing on a planet to make repairs and at the same time has to deal with some babies that just hatched in "Trouble With Babies." Script by Steve Gallacci and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling. Issue also has "Alpine Rescue" with script and art by Ken Macklin & Lela Dowling. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #17
    Fusion (1987) 17
    Published Sep 1989 by Eclipse.

    Indio, during her military days, takes part in a raid on Herrick's home planet that doesn't go well in "First Command." Script by Steve Gallacci and art by Larry Dixon. In "Lieutenant Cook – Junior Grade," we see Dow's first field assignment – escorting a very important alien ambassador without knowing the proper protocol for such a task and a gimmicked language translator. Script by Steve Gallacci and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling. Issue also has the Weasel Patrol in "Mystery In the Redwoods" with script and art by Ken Macklin & Lela Dowling and a "Tall Tales" pinup by Joe Pearson & Dave Simons. Final issue of series. Cover price $2.00.