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Justice Machine (1990 Innovation) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Justice Machine (1990 Innovation) 1

    Written by Mark Ellis. Art by Darryl Banks, Rik Levins, and Mike Gustovich. Cover by Darryl Banks and Mike Gustovich. Burn While You Learn; As the Justice Machine continue their studies at the Justice Institute, 3 ex-employees from Deveroux Industries come gunning for Woolcott, who successfully prosecuted them for selling arms to terrorist countries; Also, the Justice Machine get new costumes. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #2
    Justice Machine (1990 Innovation) 2

    Written by Mark Ellis. Art by Darryl Banks and Mike Gustovich. Cover by Darryl Banks and Mike Gustovich. Ragnarok Portfolio; Tessei and Jubal go to meet Dexter Deveroux after the assault by his 3 ex-employees last issue; Tessei senses Deveroux is hiding something and, while helping his assistant, learns about the Tunguska Platform; Meanwhile, the rest of the Machine stop a rumble between 2 rival street gangs; Diviner, Blazer, Titan, and Demon then go to check a supposed abandoned warehouse owned by Deveroux only to get captured; Simultaneously, Challenger, Talisman, and Woolcott try to tap into Deverouxs computers, only to be interrupted by Garrison Larson and Sergei Kirchoff of the KGB. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #3
    Justice Machine (1990 Innovation) 3

    Written by Mark Ellis. Art by Darryl Banks and Mike Gustovich. Cover by Darryl Banks and Mike Gustovich. Ragnarok Portfolio (Part Two); Blazer saves her teammates from certain death, then passes out. Meanwhile, Youthquake surprises Kirchoff and Larson, allowing Challenger and Talisman to get the upper hand; The five decide to join forces and -- with Woolcott in tow-- head for the abandoned warehouse; They find the other Machiners just leaving with Blazer unconscious. Leaving Blazer with Robert and Woolcott, the others storm Deverouxs warehouse, where a major battle ensues; Challenger stops the countdown but is attacked by Deveroux in an armored suit; Challenger defeats him, but not without sustaining serious injuries. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #4
    Justice Machine (1990 Innovation) 4

    Written by Mark Ellis. Art by Mike Gustovich. I, Zarren; President Zarren is interviewed for a news show, and gives a skewed version of his past. Following this story, the Justice Machine meet the Hero Alliance in "Hero Alliance and the Justice Machine" one-shot. Preview of the next issue, script by Tony Isabella, art by Mike Gustovich. 36 pgs., full color. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #5
    Justice Machine (1990 Innovation) 5

    Written by Tony Isabella. Art by Mike Gustovich. Cover by Mike Gustovich. Demon, We Hardly Knew Ye --Chapter One: Betrayed; As the Justice Machine return from another dimension, they find the Justice Institute deserted and surrounded by the U.S. Army; Rather than fighting, Diviner convinces Larson the two groups should share their resources; Meanwhile, Yasuhiro makes contact with Demon, who reluctantly betrays the team to the Oyabun, his master. This story follows the "Hero Alliance and the Justice Machine" one-shot. 36 pgs., full color. $2.25. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #6
    Justice Machine (1990 Innovation) 6

    Written by Tony Isabella. Art by Mike Gustovich. Cover by Jason Pearson. Prisoners of the Oyabun (Chapter Two of the Demon Trilogy); The Oyabun attempts to have the captured Justice Machine join him without success; After he leaves, Challenger escapes and aids the others; Meanwhile, Demon --who owes the Oyabun a debt of honor-- has been found wanting and offers the Oyabun a token of his atonement: the first finger of his left hand; Maxinor appears and is cut down by his son Robert, now talking through a mechanical device but obeying only the Oyabun's orders. 2 page pin-up of Demon by Mike Gustovich. 36 pgs., full color. $2.25. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #7
    Justice Machine (1990 Innovation) 7

    Written by Tony Isabella. Art by Josh Watkins and Mike Gustovich. Cover by Mike Gustovich. Last Man on the Battlefield; Its all-out war as the Oyabuns superhuman warriors try to take out the Justice Machine; Meanwhile, Demon adopts his first costume and makes a deal with Maxinor. Maxinor teleports Lt. Duvat, Diviner, Blazer, and Garrison to a U.S. hospital, then takes Youthquake back to Georwell forever; Demon then teleports Titan, Talisman and Challenger the same way, leaving only him to defeat the Oyabuns hordes; The Oyabun himself dies horribly after being poisoned by one of his slaves. A fond farewell from writer Tony Isabella.36 pgs., full color. $2.25. Cover price $2.25.