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Herbie (1990 A-Plus) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Herbie (1990 A-Plus) 1
    Published 1990 by A-Plus.

    Cover by Trina Robbins. Stories by Richard Hughes, credited as Shane O'Shea and Lafcadio Lee. Art by Ogden Whitney and Chic Stone. ACG Comics reprints the classic adventures of Herbie, the American Comics Group super-hero parody, featuring a rotund, lackadaisical, lollipop-sucking nerd boy who is inexplicably all-powerful. The other kids dare Herbie to enter a haunted house, but the ghosts and monsters therein are not prepared for Herbie. Herbie goes back in time to get Christopher Columbus' autograph and accidentally helps him discover America. President Johnson seeks Herbies help to rescue the Statue of Liberty from the sinister Mr. Horrible, so he dons a costume to become the Fat Fury. Hilarious cover by Trina Robbins. Reprints from Herbie #8, 11, and 17, plus Forbidden Worlds 94 (Herbies second appearance) and a backup story from Unknown Worlds. Herbie and the Spirits; Make Way for That Fat Fury; Da Shadano; I Saw it With My Own Eyes; Christopher Columbus Popnecker! 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    Herbie (1990 A-Plus) 2
    Published 1990 by A-Plus.

    Stories by Nicola Cuti, Brad Everson and Richard Hughes (credited as Shane O'Shea and Lafcadio Lee). Art by Ogden Whitney, Lloyd Cynwald and John Byrne. ACG Comics reprints the classic adventures of Herbie, the American Comics Group super-hero parody, featuring a rotund, lackadaisical, lollipop-sucking nerd boy who is inexplicably all-powerful. In Herbies first appearance, he outwits an alien invasion and saves a shipwrecked U.S. Senator, but his parents wish he would do something with his life. Herbie goes back in time to settle an old family debt and gets involved in the US Revolutionary War. Also, a Rog 2000 story starring the robot cabbie from E-Man comics, featuring early work by John Byrne. Reprints from Herbie #8, 13, and 17, plus Forbidden Worlds 73 (Herbies first appearance) and a backup story from Adventures into the Unknown. Herbies Quiet Saturday Afternoon; Popnecker the Pilgrim; Mussel-Man; Withering Heights; George Washingtons Teeth; The Hard Day of Murgatroyd Minch; The Space Broomstick. 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    Herbie (1990 A-Plus) 3
    Published 1990 by A-Plus.

    Stories by Richard Hughes, credited as Shane O'Shea. Art by Ogden Whitney and Mike Suchorsky. ACG Comics reprints the classic adventures of Herbie, the American Comics Group super-hero parody, featuring a rotund, lackadaisical, lollipop-sucking nerd boy who is inexplicably all-powerful. Needing a surefire item for his fathers fund-raiser, Herbie travels back in time to claim pirate treasure; When Santa is laid up for the holidays, Herbie steps in to save Christmas in inimitable Herbie fashion. Reprints from Herbie #13, and 14, plus Forbidden Worlds 41 and a backup story from Adventures into the Unknown. Pirate Gold; Herbie Claus is Coming to Town; Cookie; Someone to Watch Over You! 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Herbie (1990 A-Plus) 4
    Published 1991 by A-Plus.

    Stories by Nicola Cuti, Denny ONeil and Richard Hughes (credited as Shane O'Shea). Art by Ogden Whitney, Richard Grass Green, Pete Costanza, Jon D'Agostino and John Byrne. ACG Comics reprints the classic adventures of Herbie, the American Comics Group super-hero parody, featuring a rotund, lackadaisical, lollipop-sucking nerd boy who is inexplicably all-powerful. Herbie goes back to the Old West and encounters Doc Holliday, the famous gunfighter. Herbie uses his government connections to get Herbies father a job with the State Department, but then they become caught up in the war between the Hissians and the Pigturtles. Also, a Rog 2000 story starring the robot cabbie from E-Man comics, featuring early work by John Byrne. Reprints from Herbie #4 and 18, plus comedy shorts from Charltons Go-Go (one by comics legends Denny ONeil and Richard Grass Green) and a backup story from Adventures into the Unknown. Big Fat Mess at the Okay Corral; ROG 2000 vs. the SOG; Blooperman; Maury Decay-Disc Jockey; Clear the Road for Skinny; Stout Sorcery. 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5
    Herbie (1990 A-Plus) 5
    Published 1991 by A-Plus.

    Cover by Howard Bender. Stories by Nicola Cuti, Gary Friedrich and Richard Hughes (credited as Shane O'Shea). Art by Ogden Whitney, Bill Dubay and John Byrne. ACG Comics reprints the classic adventures of Herbie, the American Comics Group super-hero parody, featuring a rotund, lackadaisical, lollipop-sucking nerd boy who is inexplicably all-powerful. Professor Flipdome transports Herbie and his father to Miniturea, where everyone has a miniature twin. In another story, Professor Flipdome creates the Automatic Imitator, which makes many duplicates of Herbie. Finally, Herbie and Flipdome travel to the center of the earth to teach a bully a lesson. Also, a Rog 2000 story starring the robot cabbie from E-Man comics, featuring early work by John Byrne. Reprints from Herbie #4, 9 and 20, plus comedy shorts from Charltons Go-Go. Professor Flipdomes Screwy Machine; Bound in the Badcave; Lookit All the Herbies; The Wish; Adventure at the Center of the Earth. 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6
    Herbie (1990 A-Plus) 6
    Published 1991 by A-Plus.

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    Cover by David Day and Dan Day. Stories by Gary Friedrich, Don Arr, Otto Binder and Richard Hughes (credited as Shane O'Shea). Art by Ogden Whitney, Richard Grass Green, and C. C. Beck. ACG Comics reprints the classic adventures of Herbie, the American Comics Group super-hero parody, featuring a rotund, lackadaisical, lollipop-sucking nerd boy who is inexplicably all-powerful. Herbie builds his own rocket and enters the Space Race. While trying to help out his fathers balloon company, Herbie discovers Planet Percival, where lollipops are like balloons. Also, a Fatman: The Human Flying Saucer story, featuring work by Captain Marvel/Shazam creators Otto Binder and C. C. Beck. Reprints from Herbie #6 and 19, plus comedy shorts from Charltons Go-Go. Race Through Space; The Bestest League of America; Simple Samson; Space-Age Herbie; Fatman the Human Flying Saucer. Final issue of the series. 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.