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Scout (1985) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Scout (1985) 1
    Published Sep 1985 by Eclipse.

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    In the future in a barren and desolate United States, Scout learns that monsters have returned and sets out after them in an untitled story. Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Fashion In Action – Part 1" with script by John K. Snyder III and Chris Fauver and art by John K. Snyder III. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #2
    Scout (1985) 2
    Published Dec 1985 by Eclipse.

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    Scout heads to Houston and along the way stops at a farming community where he deals with an evil being in control of the area in "Little Red Rooster." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Fashion In Action – Part 2: A Different Kind of Tension" with script by John K. Snyder III and Chris Fauver and art by John K. Snyder III. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #3
    Scout (1985) 3
    Published Jan 1986 by Eclipse.

    Scout continues toward Houston and runs into more trouble along the way in "Machine Gun." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Fashion In Action – Part 3: Armed Forces" with script by John K. Snyder III and Chris Fauver and art by John K. Snyder III. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #4
    Scout (1985) 4
    Published Feb 1986 by Eclipse.

    As the President continues preparing for his "New America" rally, Scout explains what he is doing to his comrades in "I Ain't Superstitious." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Fashion In Action – Part 4: Give 'Em Enough Rope" with script by John K. Snyder III and Chris Fauver and art by John K. Snyder III. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #5
    Scout (1985) 5
    Published Mar 1986 by Eclipse.

    Scout breaks into the Astrodome where the President is having his "New America" rally and the demanded sacrifice for the power is made in "Killin' Floor." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Fashion In Action – Part 5: Broken English" with script by John K. Snyder III and Chris Fauver and art by John K. Snyder III. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #6
    Scout (1985) 6
    Published Apr 1986 by Eclipse.

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    Scout goes against the President and Bill Loper in the conclusion of this saga in "House Burning Down." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Fashion In Action – Part 6: Look Sharp" with script by John K. Snyder III and Chris Fauver and art by John K. Snyder III. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #7
    Scout (1985) 7
    Published May 1986 by Eclipse.

    Rosa Winter recalls her first meeting with Scout in the Schoolboys Camp in "Bring It On Home." Script by Timothy Truman and art by Tom Yeates. Issue also has "Fashion In Action – Part 7: War" with script by John K. Snyder III and Chris Fauver and art by John K. Snyder III. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #8
    Scout (1985) 8
    Published Jun 1986 by Eclipse.

    As Scout fights the final monster, a mysterious messiah appears in "Hellhound On My Trail." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Fashion In Action – Part 8: Repose" with script and art by John K. Snyder III. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #9
    Scout (1985) 9
    Published Jul 1986 by Eclipse.

    Scout meets Beauregard La Duke who takes him into his town and home in "Bad to the Bone." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has a special preview of the upcoming Airboy comic with script by Charles Dixon and art by Timothy Truman & Tom Yeates. Issue has a wraparound cover. Cover price lowers to $1.25 Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #10
    Scout (1985) 10
    Published Aug 1986 by Eclipse.

    Scout discovers that the Colonel may be after more than just steers as Project Mountain Fire is unleashed in "Bad to the Bone – Part 2: Got To Move." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has a "Scout: XQB Portfolio" with full-page pinups of various Scout characters by Steve Bissette, Jan Duursema, Tom Mandrake, Ron Randall, John Totleben, Rick Veitch, Tom Yeates, and John Snyder III. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #11
    Scout (1985) 11
    Published Sep 1986 by Eclipse.

    While roaming around in the mountains, Scout has to deal with a group of rangers pursuing him in "Comeback Baby." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "La Veau" with script Timothy Truman and art by Flint Henry & Bob Hardin. Cover price back up to $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #12
    Scout (1985) 12
    Published Oct 1986 by Eclipse.

    When Rosa gets into the Norad missile base, she discovers that it has been taken over by Doody's religious cult in "Me and the Devil." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Monday The Eliminator: Morning is the Long Way Home" with script Timothy Truman and art by Flint Henry & Bob Hardin. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #13
    Scout (1985) 13
    Published Nov 1986 by Eclipse.

    Scout confronts his personal demons as an all-out battle occurs against Doody's religious cult in "If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Monday The Eliminator: Break On Through" with script by Timothy Truman and art by Flint Henry & Bob Hardin. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #14
    Scout (1985) 14
    Published Dec 1986 by Eclipse.

    Rosa has to take over leadership and lead the forces into battle with Scout dead – or is he? in "Nobody Loves Me But My Mother." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Monday The Eliminator: The Gold of Nam" with script by Timothy Truman and art by Flint Henry & Bob Hardin and "La Duke's Tips for Real Men" with script by Beau Smith and art by Tim Hawkins. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #15
    Scout (1985) 15
    Published Jan 1987 by Eclipse.

    While recovering from his injuries, Scout has to deal with visions of the past and the future in "Uncle Sam Blues." Script by Timothy Truman and art by Rick Veitch & Stephen Bissette. Issue also has "Swords of Texas: Mean Red Spider" with script by Timothy Truman and art by Ben Dunn & J.K. Snyder III. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #16
    Scout (1985) 16
    Published Feb 1987 by Eclipse.

    It's Scout going against the mystery prisoner in a no-holds bar battle in "Stormy Monday." Script by Timothy Truman and art by Timothy Truman & Flint Henry. Issue also has "La Duke's Tips for Real Men" with script by Beau Smith and art by Tim Harkins & Bob Hardin. This issue came in two different editions: one a two-color, 3-D edition with glasses included and the other a regular black-and-white edition. Both editions had the same cover but the 3-D version notes on the front that it is the 3-D edition. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #17
    Scout (1985) 17
    Published Mar 1987 by Eclipse.

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    Scout and Monday struggle to dodge and avoid government troops and along the way Scout meets Larry Marder's Beanworld in "Key to the Highway." Script by Timothy Truman and art by Timothy Truman & John K. Snyder III. Issue also has "Swords of Texas: Mean Red Spider" with script by Steven Scott & Beau Smith and art by Tim Harkins. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #18
    Scout (1985) 18
    Published Apr 1987 by Eclipse.

    Scout and Monday go to Las Vegas and Scout meets up again with Missy and Guitar Man in "Blue Hit Big Town." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Monday The Eliminator: If I Don't Be There By Morning" with script by Timothy Truman and art by Flint Henry & Jeff Easley and "La Duke's Tips for Real Men" with script by Beau Smith and art by Tim Hawkins. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #19
    Scout (1985) 19

    Scout helps Missy in a battle of the bands in "Houserockers." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Monday The Eliminator: If I Don't Be There By Morning" with script by Timothy Truman and art by Flint Henry & Jeff Easley and "La Duke's Tips for Real Men" with script by Beau Smith and art by Tim Hawkins. Issue was originally produced with a flexi-disc record of a soundtrack of original music by Timothy Truman and the Dixie Pistols for the story. NOTE: Flexi-disc record may or may not be present. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #20
    Scout (1985) 20
    Published Jun 1987 by Eclipse.

    Scout leads a team on an important mission that ends up going wrong and the war begins in "Black Cat Bone." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Poison In My Coffee" with script by Timothy Truman and art by Bill Jaaska. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #21
    Scout (1985) 21
    Published Jul 1987 by Eclipse.

    As the bomb's effects are seen, forces gather for a police action in Texas in "I'm On Fire." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "I Cross My Heart" with script by Timothy Truman and art by Flint Henry & Tim Harkins. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #22
    Scout (1985) 22
    Published Aug 1987 by Eclipse.

    Scout and Rosa lead forces that are trying to stop the invasion from Mexico in "The Wolf Is At Your Door." Script by Timothy Truman and art by Ben Dunn & Tom Wimbish. Issue also has "La Duke's Tips for Real Men" with script by Beau Smith and art by Tim Harkins. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #23
    Scout (1985) 23
    Published Sep 1987 by Eclipse.

    It's an all-out battle with Scout and Rosa trying to hold the high ground against Mexico's invasion into the U.S. in "Cryin' at Daybreak." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Pie in the Sky" with script by Timothy Truman and art by Flint Henry & Sam Parsons. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #24
    Scout (1985) 24
    Published Oct 1987 by Eclipse.

    The battle continues with Scout and company fighting the final conflict in space in "Sittin'On Top of the World." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has a double page pinup of Scout and supporting characters by Timothy Truman. Last issue of the series. Cover price $1.75.