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Toyboy (1986) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Toyboy (1986) 1
    Published Oct 1986 by Continuity.

    Story by Neal Adams. Art by Mortimer Winn, Rudy Nebres and Neal Adams. Cover by Neal Adams. Young tech genius Jason Kritter puts his robots and other inventions to use when his millionaire father is in danger, becoming Toyboy. When he sees his father making illegal arms deals, Toyboy joins forces with his chauffeur - who just happens to be the superhero Megalith. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #2A
    Toyboy (1986) 2A
    Published Aug 1987 by Continuity.

    Direct Edition cover by Neal Adams. Charge, Dirtbags. Story by Neal Adams and Cary Bates. Art by Trevor Von Eeden, Rudy Nebres and Neal Adams. Young tech genius Jason Kritter puts his robots and other inventions to use when his millionaire father is in danger, becoming Toyboy. Terrorists for hire who call themselves the DirtBags are sent after rich kid Jason Kritter, but they don't know about his half-robot suit. Featuring a cameo by President Ronald Reagan. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #2B
    Toyboy (1986) 2B
    Published Aug 1987 by Continuity.

    Newsstand Edition cover by Neal Adams. Charge, Dirtbags. Story by Neal Adams and Cary Bates. Art by Trevor Von Eeden, Rudy Nebres and Neal Adams. Young tech genius Jason Kritter puts his robots and other inventions to use when his millionaire father is in danger, becoming Toyboy. Terrorists for hire who call themselves the DirtBags are sent after rich kid Jason Kritter, but they don't know about his half-robot suit. Featuring a cameo by  President Ronald Reagan. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #3
    Toyboy (1986) 3
    Published Nov 1987 by Continuity.

    Story by Neal Adams and Cary Bates. Art by Trevor Von Eeden, Rudy Nebres and Neal Adams. Cover by Neal Adams and Rudy Nebres. Young tech genius Jason Kritter puts his robots and other inventions to use when his millionaire father is in danger, becoming Toyboy. Toyboy is captured by the DirtBags, but freed by an even more surprising group of people. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #4
    Toyboy (1986) 4
    Published Feb 1988 by Continuity.

    Story by Neal Adams and Cary Bates. Art by Trevor Von Eeden, Rudy Nebres and Neal Adams. Cover by Neal Adams. Young tech genius Jason Kritter puts his robots and other inventions to use when his millionaire father is in danger, becoming Toyboy. Jason learns about some of his father's less savory inventions, such as the fear-gas gun. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #5
    Toyboy (1986) 5
    Published Jun 1988 by Continuity.

    Tricks Are for Kids! Story by Neal Adams and Cary Bates. Art by Trevor Von Eeden, Rudy Nebres and Neal Adams. Cover by Neal Adams. Young tech genius Jason Kritter puts his robots and other inventions to use when his millionaire father is in danger, becoming Toyboy. Toyboy must prevent terrorists from gaining control of America's satellite defense system. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #6
    Toyboy (1986) 6
    Published Nov 1988 by Continuity.

    Story by Neal Adams and Cary Bates. Art by Trevor Von Eeden, Rudy Nebres and Neal Adams. Cover by Michael Golden. Young tech genius Jason Kritter puts his robots and other inventions to use when his millionaire father is in danger, becoming Toyboy. In one of the strangest stories in the history of Continuity Comics, ToyBoy battles a mad scientist with an army of robots who look exactly like silent-movie comedians and other celebrities. If Toyboy can't stop the Three Stooges and the Marx Brothers, a potential nuclear holocaust may result. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #7
    Toyboy (1986) 7
    Published Mar 1989 by Continuity.

    Just...In Time. Story by Neal Adams. Art and cover by Michael Golden. Young tech genius Jason Kritter puts his robots and other inventions to use when his millionaire father is in danger, becoming Toyboy. While tinkering with his latest invention, Jason accidentally unlocks the secrets of the time-space continuum. Final issue of the series. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $2.00.