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Solar Man of the Atom (1991) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 1
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    Phil Seleski wakes up and he doesn't know where he is; and when he goes to his home and his job, he discovers that he is already there. What is going on and how can he do all of the amazing things that he can do in "Second Death Part One – No Place Like Home." Script by Jim Shooter and art by D. Dave Perlin & Bob Layton. Issue also has part one of "Alpha and Omega," a 10-part origin story of Solar Man of the Atom with script by Jim Shooter and art by Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Layton. Each chapter of the origin story has a two-page pinup. When all 10 two-page pinups are put together, they form a gigantic page of the climax of the origin story. Cover by Barry Windsor Smith. This issue does not have a card (coupon). Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #2
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 2

    The Solar Man of the Atom persona splits off from Phil Seleski and then tries to change events that led to the disaster that created him and find out other things in "Second Death Part Two – Out of My Mind." Script by Jim Shooter and art by D. David Perlin & Bob Layton & Thomas Ryder. Issue also has part two of "Alpha and Omega," a 10-part origin story of Solar Man of the Atom with script by Jim Shooter and art by Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Layton. Each chapter of the origin story has a two-page pinup. When all 10 two-page pinups are put together, they form a gigantic page of the climax of the origin story. This issue does not have a card (coupon). Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #3
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 3
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    Dr. Solar Man of the Atom tries to find a place in the world for someone like himself and goes to the Harbinger Foundation in "Second Death Part Three – Reality Check." Script by Jim Shooter and art by D. David Perlin & Bob Layton & Thomas Ryder. Issue also has part three of "Alpha and Omega," a 10-part origin story of Solar Man of the Atom with script by Jim Shooter and art by Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Layton. Each chapter of the origin story has a two-page pinup. When all 10 two-page pinups are put together, they form a gigantic page of the climax of the origin story. Cover by Barry Windsor Smith. This issue does not have a card (coupon). Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #4
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 4

    This issue, "Second Death Part Four - All For One" completes the first storyline! Script by Jim Shooter, with art by D. David Perlin, Barry Windsor-Smith, Knob Row, Bob Layton and Tom Ryder. Issue also has part four of "Alpha and Omega," a 10-part origin story of Solar Man of the Atom with script by Jim Shooter and art by Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Layton. Each chapter of the origin story has a two-page pinup. When all 10 two-page pinups are put together, they form a gigantic page of the climax of the origin story. This issue does not have a card (coupon). Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #5
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 5
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    Solar discovers an alien sixth column in "First Strike Part One -- Confrontation." Script by Jim Shooter and art by Ernie Colon & Ian Akin. Issue also has part five of "Alpha and Omega," a 10-part origin story of Solar Man of the Atom with script by Jim Shooter and art by Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Layton. Each chapter of the origin story has a two-page pinup. When all 10 two-page pinups are put together, they form a gigantic page of the climax of the origin story. Cover by Barry Windsor Smith. This issue does not have a card (coupon). Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #6
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 6

    Solar's discovery of a hidden alien invasion of Earth leads him to deep space where he finds the aliens' hive-like ships that have human hostages and that causes Solar to do something in "First Strike Part Two -- Massacre." Script by Jim Shooter and art by D. David Perlin Stan Drake. Issue also has part six of "Alpha and Omega," a 10-part origin story of Solar Man of the Atom with script by Jim Shooter and art by Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Layton. Each chapter of the origin story has a two-page pinup. When all 10 two-page pinups are put together, they form a gigantic page of the climax of the origin story. This issue does not have a card (coupon). Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #7
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 7

    The saga of the two millennia war continues. Solar versus the X-O armor in "First Strike Part Three - Single Combat." Script by Jim Shooter, with art by D. David Perlin and Stan Drake. Issue also has part seven of "Alpha and Omega," a 10-part origin story of Solar Man of the Atom with script by Jim Shooter and art by Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Layton. Each chapter of the origin story has a two-page pinup. When all 10 two-page pinups are put together, they form a gigantic page of the climax of the origin story. Cover by Barry Windsor-Smith. This issue does not have a card (coupon). Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #8
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 8
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    The Man of the Atom returns to Earth to clean house. He has a major vendetta against the invaders now, and he's taking no prisoners in "First Strike Part Four - Common Foe." Script by Jim Shooter, with art by James Brock and Gonzalo Mayo. Issue also has part eight of "Alpha and Omega," a 10-part origin story of Solar Man of the Atom with script by Jim Shooter and art by Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Layton. Each chapter of the origin story has a two-page pinup. When all 10 two-page pinups are put together, they form a gigantic page of the climax of the origin story. Cover by Don Perlin and Stan Drake. This issue does not have a card (coupon). Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #9
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 9

    The most amoral, self centered, selfish, evil and remorseless being on Earth has the power to kill billions. Solar faces his greatest struggle against the deadly power of the "Godchild." Issue also has part nine of "Alpha and Omega," a 10-part origin story of Solar Man of the Atom with script by Jim Shooter and art by Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Layton. Each chapter of the origin story has a two-page pinup. When all 10 two-page pinups are put together, they form a gigantic page of the climax of the origin story. Cover by Barry Windsor-Smith. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #10A
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 10A
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    Double-size issue in which a youngster named Geoffry goes off with a stranger and when he returns, he suddenly has extraordinary abilities and is the geomancer for the Eternal Warrior and his abilities lead him to Solar who he believes is "The Man Who Killed the World." Guest starring the Eternal Warrior and the Geomancer. Script by Jim Shooter and art by D. David Perlin & Stan Drake & John Dixon & Paul Autio. Issue also has the conclusion of "Alpha and Omega," a 10-part origin story of Solar Man of the Atom with script by Jim Shooter and art by Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Layton. Each chapter of the origin story has a two-page pinup. When all 10 two-page pinups are put together, they form a gigantic page of the climax of the origin story. 1st printing. Giant-size issue. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #10B
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 10B

    Double-size issue in which a youngster named Geoffry goes off with a stranger and when he returns, he suddenly has extraordinary abilities and is the geomancer for the Eternal Warrior and his abilities lead him to Solar who he believes is "The Man Who Killed the World." Guest starring the Eternal Warrior and the Geomancer. Script by Jim Shooter and art by D. David Perlin & Stan Drake & John Dixon & Paul Autio. Issue also has the conclusion of "Alpha and Omega," a 10-part origin story of Solar Man of the Atom with script by Jim Shooter and art by Barry Windsor-Smith and Bob Layton. Each chapter of the origin story has a two-page pinup. When all 10 two-page pinups are put together, they form a gigantic page of the climax of the origin story. 2nd printing, has Roman numeral 2 "II" under valiant logo. Giant-size issue. This issue does not have a card (coupon). Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #11
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 11

    When a team from the Harbinger Foundation arrives to capture Solar, the Eternal Warrior tries to help. Meanwhile, Doctor Erica Pierce's powers are unleashed in "Justifiable Homcides." Guest starring the Eternal Warrior and the Geomancer. Script by Jim Shooter and art by Steve Ditko & Ted Halsted & Gonzalo Mayo. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #12
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 12

    How Doctor Erica Pierce became Mothergod and began her evil plans for the universe is revealed to Solar and upon knowing, he tries to stop her in "...And Then There Was None," chapter nine of the "Unity" saga which involved all of the comic titles published by Valiant at the time. Script by Jim Shooter and art by Don Perlin & Stan Drake. Frank Miller cover. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #13
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 13

    Trapped by Mothergod in a place that is beyond time, space and known reality, Solar has to escape and then try to stop her in "Dreams That You Dare," chapter 17 of the "Unity" saga which involved all of the comic titles published by Valiant at the time. Script by Jim Shooter & Don Perlin and art by Don Perlin & Stan Drake. Walt Simonson cover. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #14
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 14

    Solar returns home after the Unity Saga and hopes to lead a normal and happy life with Gayle but events happening at the power plant and some other unexpected factors interfere with that normal life in "Rainbow's End." Script by Jim Shooter & Steve Ditko & Kevin Vanhook and art by Steve Ditko & Howard Simpson & Paul Autio. 1st appearance of Fred Bender (Dr. Eclipse). Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #15
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 15

    Howard Bender gets a taste of godhood and doesn't want to give it back. So Solar, remembering what happened with Doctor Erica Pierce, has to do something about that in "The Power Trip." Script by Jim Shooter & Steve Ditko & Kevin Vanhook and art by Steve Ditko & Bob Wiacek. 2nd appearance of Dr. Eclipse. Joe Quesada cover. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #16
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 16

    Solar and Gayle move in together and move to California hoping to have a more normal life. But when the Harbinger Foundation comes calling and acting nice and friendly, Solar suspects something bad is going on in "Along Came a Spider." Script by Bob Layton & Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Stan Drake. Joe Quesada cover. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #17
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 17

    Solar discovers that the Spider Creatures aliens have a base on the moon and when he goes inside the base to investigate, he discovers the aliens' plan in "On the Dark Side." Script by Bob Layton & Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Stan Drake. Story continues in X-O Man of War #13. Joe Quesada cover. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #18
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 18

    After finishing the battle with the Spider Creatures aliens on the moon, Solar returns home to Gayle where they begin their new "normal" lives with jobs at Berkeley. But then he is alerted to some problems at a power plant in Detroit in "Critical Mess." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Stan Drake. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #19
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 19

    When Solar and Gayle try out a virtual reality game, the fun soon turn into danger when a strange life-form appears and kidnaps Gayle in "Virtually Real." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Stan Drake. Barry Windsor-Smith cover inks. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #20
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 20

    After a fight with Gayle, Solar leaves before they say or do something that they'll regret and during that time discovers an alien ship with lots of mysteries in "Dawn of the Malevelants." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Stan Drake. Joe Quesada/Kevin Nowlan cover. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #21
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 21

    On the outs with Gayle after she discovers what he did with his power, Solar is depressed and questioning all of his actions, which makes him a perfect victim for Master Darque in "Afraid of the Darque – Part One." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Stan Drake. Joe Quesada/Jimmy Palmiotti cover. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #22
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 22
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    Master Darque continues to manipulate Solar into questioning his actions and thoughts and put him deeper into trouble while Gayle continues to struggle with her relationship with Solar in "Afraid of the Darque Part Two – Where Do Gods Go to Pray?" Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Stan Drake. Joe Quesada cover. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #23
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 23

    The Geomancer appears and tells Gayle and John that they need to help Solar, who is being manipulated by Master Darque, and stop him before he does something horrible in "Afraid of the Darque Part Three – Split Decision." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Stan Drake. Guest starring the Geomancer from the Eternal Warrior. Joe Quesada/Bob Layton cover. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #24
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 24

    Solar goes to great lengths to confront Harada of the Harbinger Foundation about manipulating him while the other Solar searches in outer space for the Spider Creature aliens in "Half A Man." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Jimmy Palmiotti. Mike Mignola cover. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #25
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 25

    "Solar Eclipse" by Kevin VanHook (script), Peter Grau (art) & Jimmy Palmiotti (inks); Cover by Leeke; Shares scenes from Secret Weapons # 1; Geoff the Geomancer, two of them goofy Harbinger kids, Eternal Warrior, Master Darque, Doctor Eclipse app; story continues in Secret Weapons # 2; Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #26
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 26

    While on their way to a physics symposium, Solar and Gayle discover that Rusk, one of the Spider Creature aliens who escaped in a previous battle, has established an operation in a small town in Georgia. So Solar and Gayle investigates to see what is going on in "A Town Called Malice." Script by Tony Bedard & Kevin Vanhook and art by David Wong & Fred Fredricks. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #27
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 27

    After seeing a strange man appear before him, Solar searches for him and finds out that he is someone who is going to take him to be awake in the dreamtime so that he can deal with whatever is troubling his mind and heart in "Awake in the Dreamtime." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Jimmy Palmiotti. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #28
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 28

    The other Solar continues his quest in space to find and destroy the Spider Creature aliens while the Solar on Earth tries to take care of things and figure out a way to help the other Solar in "Fool's Paradise." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Jimmy Palmiotti. Cover by Leeke. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #29
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 29
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    Solar goes into virtual reality in order to help the other Solar who is in deep space trying to destroy the Spider Creature aliens in "An Angry Light." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Jimmy Palmiotti. Joe Quesada cover. First Valiant Vision book. Valiant Vision glasses were sold seperately in Valiant Vision Starter Kits. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #30
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 30

    While Solar and Gayle try to enjoy a day off, a strange rock like material discovered in the desert turns a scientist into a hungry, energy-absorbing creature that Solar must stop in "Ravenus." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Jimmy Palmiotti. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #31
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 31

    After defeating Ravenus, the energy absorbing villain in last issue, Solar has to figure out what to do with him and how to keep him from interfering with Christmas plans in "Noel Nightmare." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Jimmy Palmiotti. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #32
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 32
    • Signed by inker Jimmy Palmiotti with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.
    • Signed by inker Jimmy Palmiotti with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Solar tries to sort out the long time problems with his father and Gayle attempts to fix things with her mother who has taken up residence in their home in "Parent's Night." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Jimmy Palmiotti. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #33
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 33

    The other Solar, Solar the Destroyer, is back and he is in deep, deep space attempting to find and destroy the Spider Creature aliens in "Genocide Part One." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Jimmy Palmiotti. Trading card. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #34
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 34

    Solar the Destroyer continues in his efforts to destroy the evil Spider Creature aliens and tries to stop the horrors that are occurring on the Human Chattle Houses of LZ-15 in "Genocide Part Two." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Jimmy Palmiotti. Valiant Vision. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #35
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 35

    It's the final battle between Solar the Destroyer and the invading evil Spider Alien creatures and Solar is determined to win in "Genocide: The Conclusion." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Peter Grau & Jimmy Palmiotti. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #36
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 36

    Doctor Eclipse escapes from his prison, joins forces with Ravenus and tries to get revenge on Solar in "Last Tango in Muskogee." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Andrew Wendel & Kathryn Bolinger. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #37
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 37

    Left in the unreality realm, Solar tries to keep from going mad and battle Ravenus and then try to stop Dr. Eclipse from hurting his friends in "Where Madness Dwells." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Andrew Wendel & Louis Small Jr. & Maria Beccari. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #38
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 38

    Something strange is happening as Solar's atomic structure is starting to dissipate and some weird storm clouds are brewing outside. Are the two occurrences linked? That's what Solar wants to know in "A Distant Call." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Andrew Wendel & Stan Drake. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #39
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 39

    After a blackout during which he caused some destruction, Solar tries to figure out what happened and what caused it; and things aren't going well for the other Solar either in "The Devil in the God." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art byAndrew Wendel. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #40
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 40

    Solar has gone power mad and intends to change things in the world and Gyle tries to both stop him and cure him of his madness in "From A World Away." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Andrew Wendel & Paul Autio. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #41
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 41

    The Harbinger Foundation has a spaceship in outer space that is experiencing problems and Harada persuades Solar to go fix those problems in "Farewell." Script by Kevin Vanhook and art by Andrew Wendel & Ricardo Villagran. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #42
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 42

    THE ELEMENTS OF EVIL - Part 1 of 2. Although Master Darque disappeared during the CHAOS EFFECT, his minions continue to roam free. The Elements of Evil launch an infernal plan to use Solar to bring back their master. Part one of a two-part story set in Hawaii. Written by Steve Sullivan, with art by Scott Rosema and John Dixon. Cover by Andrew Wendel. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #43
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 43

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    THE ELEMENTS OF EVIL - Part 2 of 2. The evil elementals kidnap Solar's friend Lani, transforming her into a necromantic creation like themselves. When Solar arrives on the previously deserted island where they're waiting for him, the situation becomes explosive as Lani struggles against the dark forces that consume her. Written by Steve Sullivan, with art by Scott Rosema and Ricardo Villagran. Cover by Andrew Wendel. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #44
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 44

    Solar is juggling two lives and two identities. One is his life as a research scientists in California and the other is as a Las Vegas police officer. And problems develop in both lives in "Steel, Meat, & Potatoes – Part One." Script by Christopher Priest and art by Rik Levins & John Dixon & Phyllis Novin. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #45
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 45

    Solar stops playing house as he begins a more serious investigation into the origins and limits of his god-like power. "Steel, Meat & Potatoes Part Two - All Along the Watchtower" is written by Christopher Priest, with art by Rik Levins, John Dixon and Phyllis Novin. Cover by Sean Chen and Paul Autio. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #46
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 46

    It's a new world and new time with new heroes and villains and they are registered. But into this world comes an unregistered and unknown super powered entity -- Solar in "Brave New World – Part One." Script by Dan Jurgens and art by Dan Jurgens & Dick Giordano. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #47
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 47

    The heroes of the new world and new time try to figure out who Solar is, where he came from, and what he wants in "Brave New World – Part Two." Script by Dan Jurgens and art by Dan Jurgens & Dick Giordano. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #48
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 48

    The trail to the mysterious Solar leads the heroes of the new world and new time to scientist and family man Phil Seleski whom they take in to question and test in "Brave New World – Part Three." Script by Dan Jurgens and art by Dan Jurgens & Dick Giordano. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #49
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 49

    Who is behind the mask of Solar in the new world and new time and how he got there is revealed in "Brave New World – Part IV." Script by Dan Jurgens and art by Dan Jurgens & Dick Giordano. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #50
    Solar Man of the Atom (1991) 50

    The heroes of the new world and new time try to stop Solar but that proves impossible and leads Solar to understanding what is going on and what he needs to do in "Brave New World -- Conclusion." Script by Dan Jurgens and art by Dan Jurgens & Dick Giordano. Cover price $2.50.