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Eclipse and Vega The Beds We Make (2005) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Eclipse and Vega The Beds We Make (2005) 1

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    Written by Alan Smithee. Art and cover by Bill Maus. A simultaneous spoof of good-girl art and superhero comics, featuring two Canadian women who become accidental superheroes. Eclipse and Vega resort to an unusual ploy to distract a male enemy. But the media gets hold of it, and suddenly everybody has an opinion. The Alan Smithee name, a Hollywood tradition, indicates that Saul Colt (or somebody) did not want to be identified as the writer of this comic. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    Eclipse and Vega The Beds We Make (2005) 2

    Written by Alan Smithee. Art and cover by Bill Maus. A simultaneous spoof of good-girl art and superhero comics, featuring two Canadian women who become accidental superheroes. In the midst of their will-they-or-wont-they media controversy, Vega gets the hots for a new hero named Hotspot, further complicating their lives. The Alan Smithee name, a Hollywood tradition, indicates that Saul Colt (or somebody) did not want to be identified as the writer of this comic. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #3
    Eclipse and Vega The Beds We Make (2005) 3

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    Written by Alan Smithee. Art and cover by Bill Maus. A simultaneous spoof of good-girl art and superhero comics, featuring two Canadian women who become accidental superheroes. The media circus around Eclipse and Vega is eclipsed – literally – by an asteroid that threatens to wipe out the city, and forces the women to appear in public together again. The Alan Smithee name, a Hollywood tradition, indicates that Saul Colt (or somebody) did not want to be identified as the writer of this comic. Final issue of the series. 40 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.