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Quantum Leap (1991) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Quantum Leap (1991) 1

    Theorizing that one could time travel within his own lifetime, Dr. Sam Beckett led an elite group of scientists into the desert to develop a top secret project known as Quantum Leap. Pressured to prove his theories or lose government funding, Dr. Beckett prematurely stepped into the accelerator chamber...and vanished. Written by George Broderick, Jr., with art by Mark Jones. Cover by C. Winston Taylor. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    Quantum Leap (1991) 2
  • Issue #3
    Quantum Leap (1991) 3

    This special holiday issue features two different stories. The first has Sam leaping into the body of Nick, a man with no past who must help restore a young girl's faith in humanity. Written by John Holland. The second tale takes a more hard scientific look at the vagaries of time travel, as Sam becomes an MIT computer nerd in "The Infinite Corridor." Cover by C. Winston Taylor. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Quantum Leap (1991) 4

    Sam finds himself phasing into Dan Morganstern, a game show contestant on the televised show "The $50,000 Quest." But the time is 1958...and it's the height of the game show scandals. Oh, boy! indeed. Written by Steven Dorfman, with art by Mark Jones and Scott Rockwell. Cover by C. Winston Taylor. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5
    Quantum Leap (1991) 5

    A little girl's emotional well-being hanging in the balance? UFO sightings? Cold War paranoia? Advice to the lovelorn column due at typesetting in ten minutes? This looks like a job for...Sam Beckett...crusading reporter. Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear with Sam and Al as they leap into the two-fisted world of investigative reporting in 1957. Written by Terry Collins, with art by Rob Davis. Cover by C. Winston Taylor. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6
    Quantum Leap (1991) 6

    It's two, two, two Sams in one...well, almost. Sam Beckett leaps into the body of one of a pair of twin teenaged girls in 1958. Does Sam really have to put up with being a girl again? Do twins really have a slight telepathic connection? Does he really look that good in poodle skirts? Written by George Broderick, Jr. and Becky Broderick, with art by Andy Price. Cover by C. Winston Taylor. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7
    Quantum Leap (1991) 7

    Leap year is now in full swing and we're celebrating that extra day by presenting another double story spectacular. In the first outing, Sam leaps into a golf pro whose life gets rough when he comes into some green, which really leaves our hero "tee'd off." In the second feature, Sam is thrust into his most horrifying leap yet...a school bus driver. It's mystery, mayhem and manual transmissions as Sam and Al exhaust their options with one child's abusive parents, a shifty janitor and a busload of pre-adolescent teens. Can our heroes come through in the clutch? Written by Charles Marshall and Ted Slampyak, with art by Dan Day, David Day and Howard Cobb. Cover by C. Winston Taylor. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #8
    Quantum Leap (1991) 8

    Nearly everyone is familiar with the plight of Doctor Sam Beckett...leaping from life to life, putting things right that once went wrong...but in this issue, we find out what happens when Sam trades places with Vic Starkey, a small time bank robber from 1958 from Vic's perspective. Imagine driving a getaway car one moment and suddenly finding yourself forty years in the future the next...with someone else's face. "Getaway" is written by Bill Spangler, with art by Mike Deodato. Cover by C. Winston Taylor. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #9
    Quantum Leap (1991) 9

    Sam Beckett leaps into the body of a woman he sent to prison 12 years ago. Swept into the too trendy New York social scene of 1969, Sam must defend a super model from police harassment...and finds himself caught up in the beginnings of the Gay Rights Revolution. "Up Against a Stonewall" is written by Andy Mangels, with art by Mike Deodato. Cover by C. Winston Taylor. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #10
    Quantum Leap (1991) 10

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    Sam Beckett finds himself leaping into a 1960s stand up comic in the Larry Bruce tradition, and he's out to save the life of a silent era film star. Written by Peter Quinones, with art by John Garcia. Cover by C. Winston Taylor. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #11
    Quantum Leap (1991) 11

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    It's 1959, and Sam Beckett has leaped into a young doctor involved in experiments with the effects of LSD on American soldiers...without their knowledge or permission...and one of these G.I.'s is Sam's own maternal uncle. Written by Bruce Scalet, with art by Mike Deodato. Cover by C. Winston Taylor. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12
    Quantum Leap (1991) 12

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    In "Waiting..." thrills and adventures abound...NOT. This time, Sam leaps into a crusty old hermit, who owns a last chance gas station at the edge of the Mojave desert, to...well, he doesn't quite know why he's there...nor do Al or Ziggy. So Sam and Al spend most of their time waiting...and talking. Written and colored by Scott Rockwell, with art by Mike Deodato. Cover by C. Winston Taylor. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #13
    Quantum Leap (1991) 13

    You've seen Sam leap into everything from Bigfoot and Elvis to Santa Claus. Now, he goes out of this world when he leaps into the life of an extraterrestrial in Earth orbit in the late '60s. Project: Quantum Leap meets Project: Blue Book...and neither will ever be the same. Written by Christine Hantzopulos-Hunt, with art by Luke Ross. Gold foil stamped cover by C. Winston Taylor. Cover price $2.95.