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Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) comic books

  • Issue #1A
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 1A

    Magnus and company are struggling to keep robots from controlling human life, and it turns out to be a difficult task as robots are doing things to act like humans in "Kick the Can." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Mike McKone & Mark McKenna. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1B
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 1B

    Magnus and company are struggling to keep robots from controlling human life, and it turns out to be a difficult task as robots are doing things to act like humans in "Kick the Can." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Mike McKone & Mark McKenna. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1C
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 1C

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    Retailer Review Copy. B&W preview copy of #1. Magnus and company are struggling to keep robots from controlling human life, and it turns out to be a difficult task as robots are doing things to act like humans in "Kick the Can." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Mike McKone & Mark McKenna.

  • Issue #2
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 2

    After scientist Damon Angel's attempt to get revenge on Magnus for destroying a new artificial intelligence invention, Magnus wakes up in a different time in "It Is Not Dying." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Mike McKone & Mark McKenna. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 3

    Magnus struggles to survive and understand today's world while also trying to come to terms with the fact that he is part robot. All the while trying to avoid the threat of the present day version of the scientist Damon Angel in "Tomorrow Never Knows." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Mike McKone & Mark McKenna. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 4

    Trapped in the present day, Magnus journeys to Woozy World, an amusement park where the robots used for entertainment purposes have started to rebel. Meanwhile, the doctor who examined Magnus in the emergency room is trying to find out more about him in "Hell to the Chief." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Mike McKone & Mark McKenna. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 5

    Magnus has to battle all of the presidential robots at Woozy World while Dr. Janice Whitcraft, who examined Magnus in the emergency room, is finding out more about him with the help of the Shepherd robot in "41 Maniacs." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Mike McKone & Mark McKenna. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 6

    The Shepherd robot now has a new body and he intends to use it to battle Magnus and to explore the new world that he is in. Dr. Janice Whitcraft tries to help Magnus adjust to his current situation in "Father's Day." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Mike McKone, Rick Mays, Mark McKenna & Aaron McClellan. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 7

    Magnus thinks about how he developed his practices and beliefs and appeals to his god for help. The Shepherd robot attempts to join up with humans. And Dr. Whitcraft tries to figure out what is going on with Magnus, all in "A Prayer for the Dying." Script by Tom Peyer and art by David Boller & Andrew Pepoy. Cover is a salute to the covers of the original Magnus Robot Fighter comic series started in the 1960s by Gold Key Comics. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #8
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 8

    Rai #4 Flip-Book. Dr. Whitcraft wonders what happened with Magnus and discovers that a city in Albania has changed to a city of the future. And Magnus has to learn about himself and the other Magnuses in "The Gift of the Magni." Script by Tom Peyer and art by David Boller & Andrew Pepoy. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #9
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 9

    Having undergone a "spiritual awakening," Magnus attempts to learn about machines' appeal in the current world. And when he finds out about the city in Albania's drastic technological advancements, he suspects that Shepherd is involved in "The Old Country." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Hannibal King & Mark McKenna. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #10
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 10

    Magnus busts into the Memory's quarters in search of the truth about himself, the Shepherd robot, and how both of them became what they are today in "Just A Memory." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Hannibal King, Kevin Kobasic & Mark McKenna. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #11
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 11

    The futuristic city in Albania causes concerns in America and Polly Angel tries to come up with the technology to deal with that city. Magnus joins her to help with that – or does he? in "A Head for Science." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Axel Gimenez. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 12

    Dr. Whitcraft tries to help Magnus, who was attacked at Angel Industries. Polly Angel unleashes her death-bots on the futuristic city in Albania and another Magnus-like hero appears in "A Head for Business." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Axel Gimenez & Thomas Florimonte. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #13
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 13

    As Magnus recovers from the blast that destroyed the Shepherd robot, the rest of the world tries to figure out what is going on with the Albania futuristic city. Qazim Skanderbeg tries to help and the people of the futuristic city want their city to remain the way it is, but will Magnus let them in "Be Here Now." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Axel Gimenez, Joe St. Pierre, Michael Avon-Oeming, Neil Vokes, Tom Ryder, Thomas Florimonte, Rodney Ramos, Greg Adams & Romeo Tanghal. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #14
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 14

    With the Albania futuristic city safely out of sync with the rest of the world, Magnus keeps a close eye on all of the technology. His worries prove to be justified, as a rebellion is growing within the robot population in "The Robot Rebellion." Script by Tom Peyer & D.G. Chichester and art by Axel Gimenez, Marcelo Frusion, Thomas Florimonte, Charles Barnett, Rod Ramos, & Romeo Tanghal. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #15
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 15

    Dr. Whitcraft and her father come to the Albania futuristic city while Magnus is trying to deal with the robot riot and the new, more powerful robot model. But the bigger threat to Magnus may come from somewhere else, in "Mechanical Aptitude." Script by D.G. Chichester and art by Chris Batista, Kevin Kobasic, Chip Wallace, Romeo Tanghal, & Kevin Kobasic. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #16
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 16

    As Dr. Whitcraft and her father adjust to life in Albania's futuristic city, his heart gives out. The medical technology in the city can easily save him with a transplant, but the question is if that will take away part of his humanity in "Open Hart." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Paco Diaz, Thomas Florimonte, & Romeo Tanghal. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #17
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 17

    A plot is undertaken to revive Damon Angel, Leeja continues her plan to create a Magnus-killer, and people find out that Magnus has a portal that connects the futuristic city in Albania with the Earth in "Love Sick." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Axel Gimenez, Mitch Byrd, & Tom Florimonte. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #18
    Magnus Robot Fighter (1997 Acclaim) 18

    Magnus is married and has a son and lives a happy, fulfilling life in a wonderful, clean, crime-free, peaceful community. Or does he? Find out what is really going on in that wonderful city of Salvation, Florida, a lifestyle service of Woozy Corp., the "familiest" company on Earth in "Magnus Interruptus." Script by Tom Peyer and art by Marcelo Frusin & Tom Florimonte. Final issue of series Cover price $2.50.