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Poe (1997 Sirius) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 1
    Published Oct 1997 by Sirius.

    Mama Zagroot's Mid-Nite Carnival. Story, art and cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Edgar arrives at Mama Zagroot's creepy Mid-Nite Carnival in the middle of the night, where a giant Raven reveals his quest to find and destroy twelve earthly demons. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 2
    Published Nov 1997 by Sirius.

    House of Usher: A Quirky Tale of Horror, Part 1. Story, art and cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Edgar stumbles on an ancient house with strange servants and two occupants, Roderick and Madeline Usher, who are the last of their line. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 3
    Published Dec 1997 by Sirius.

    House of Usher: A Quirky Tale of Horror, Part 2. Story, art and cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Poe discovers the dark secret of Roderick and Madeline Usher, and learns they are involved in his quest to find Lenore. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 4
    Published Jan 1998 by Sirius.

    House of Usher: A Quirky Tale of Horror, Part 3. Story, art and cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Edgar learns that the House of Usher holds a legacy of murder and madness that keeps Roderick and Madeline trapped within. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 5
    Published Feb 1998 by Sirius.

    House of Usher: A Quirky Tale of Horror, Part 4. Story, art and cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Driven to find who, or what, lies behind the madness in the House of Usher, Edgar unravels the secrets of the Usher family and finally confronts the evil face-to-face. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 6
    Published Mar 1998 by Sirius.

    Story, art and cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. After the events at the House of Usher, Edgar and his cat Pluto return to Mama Zagroots Mid-Nite Carnival to rescue their companions, and find themselves caught up in a very twisted childrens puppet show. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 7
    Published May 1998 by Sirius.

    Stories by Mark Crilley and Jason Asala. Art by Jason Asala and Mark Crilley. Cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Mad Meg blames Edgar for the mayhem unleashed in her bar during his last visit; she also reveals that the evil Lords of Brass are bent on recapturing their sacred relic from Edgar. Featuring a back-up story by Akiko creator Mark Crilley. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #8
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 8
    Published Jun 1998 by Sirius.

    Stories by Jason Asala. Art by Jason Asala and Chad Sliwinski. Cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Three separate stories, one illustrated by guest artist Chad Sliwinski, reveal secrets of Edgars past and the mysteries of the village of Dover. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #9
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 9
    Published Jul 1998 by Sirius.

    Stories by Jason Asala. Art by Jason Asala and Levi Krause. Cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Pippen Zagroot is abducted to sinister Lady Winsteads Orphanage while Edgar is sick in bed, leaving the cowardly Finster Haversham as Pippins only hope of escape. Also, a Pluto the cat solo story illustrated by Levi Krause. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #10
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 10
    Published Aug 1998 by Sirius.

    The Good Doctor. Stories by Jason Asala. Art by Jason Asala and Brian Clopper. Cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Poe realizes there is more to Doctor Patrick Ravenwood than meets the eye. Also featuring the backup stories The Library and The City of Brass. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #11
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 11
    Published Sep 1998 by Sirius.

    Gold and Lead, Part 1. Story, art and cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Edgar, Patrick, Finster and Pippin discover a mad alchemists plan to destroy a small town, and find themselves confronting their own pasts. Also featuring a puzzle page. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 12
    Published Oct 1998 by Sirius.

    Gold and Lead, Part 2. Story, art and cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. With Edgar, Patrick and Finster in the clutches of the mad alchemist Marcus Von Kempelen, only young Pippin can save the day, but that means confronting the third demon himself. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #13
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 13
    Published Nov 1998 by Sirius.

    Story, art and cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. A mysterious being with ties to the coven that raised Pluto the cat reveals his vendetta against the group by possessing Pippen from hundreds of miles away. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #14
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 14
    Published Jan 1999 by Sirius.

    Story, art and cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Despite her distrust of Edgar, Mad Meg Mayflower joins the group, just in time for them to witness a hideous murder and meet the mysterious Auguste Dupin, investigator extraordinaire. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #15
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 15
    Published Feb 1999 by Sirius.

    Story, art and cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. The search for the murderer is complicated by conflict among Poes group, particularly between Mad Meg Mayflower and Auguste Dupin. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #16
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 16
    Published Mar 1999 by Sirius.

    Story, art and cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. A startling discovery reveals the identity of the murderer and turns the members of Edgar's group against each other. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #17
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 17
    Published Apr 1999 by Sirius.

    Stories by Jason Asala, Rich Koslowski, Adam Wallenta, Jay Washer, and Christopher Walton. Art by Jason Asala, Rich Koslowski, Mike Bianco, Adam Wallenta, Jay Washer, and Christopher Walton. Cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Guest artists galore put their own mark on the Poe series with a series of short-short stories: Regrets; The House; Patrick Writes a Story; Pippin in The Summer Before; Mad Meg in My Boy; Beloved; Pippin Hears a Story; Pie; Seek and You Shall Find; Ginny; The Gaffer; Patrick Gives it One Last Shot; Out of the House, or A Detached Angry Head Plots Revenge on Our Dear Mister Poe; The Lords of Brass; Reflections; Young Patrick in Destinys Child; Pippins Proposal; Pretty Stupid; Poe!; E.A. Poe in The Cask of Fortified Cooking Sherry; Edjar Julio Poe; Whats Next? 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #18
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 18
    Published Aug 1999 by Sirius.

    Ship of Fools. Story, art and cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Poe and Auguste Dupin confront another mystery aboard the Ship of Fools. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #19
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 19
    Published Sep 1999 by Sirius.

    The Balloon Hoax, Part 1. Stories by Jason Asala. Art by Jason Asala and Levi Krause. Cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Poe and Dupin board an airship - or blimp - for a trip across the Atlantic. Also featuring Flying Baby and the River Rats. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #20
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 20
    Published Jan 2000 by Sirius.

    The Balloon Hoax, Part 2. Stories by Jason Asala. Art by Jason Asala and Rick Geary. Cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Poe and Dupins airship adventure continues. Also, indie legend Rick Geary illustrates a Mad Meg solo adventure, Fire and Ice. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #21
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 21
    Published Feb 2000 by Sirius.

    The Balloon Hoax, Part 3. Stories by Jason Asala. Art by Jason Asala and Rick Geary. Cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Edgar Poe and Auguste Dupin find trouble aboard the airship, but they are high above the Atlantic Ocean and far from land. Also, Mad Megs solo adventure continues, illustrated by indie legend Rick Geary. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #22
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 22
    Published Mar 2000 by Sirius.

    The Balloon Hoax, Part 4. Stories by Jason Asala. Art by Jason Asala and Rick Geary. Cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Mr. Holland's frightening secret is revealed, and Edgar and his friends learn that the airship is in serious danger. Also, Mad Meg Mayflower hatches a plan to deal with the Silent Order and the Lords of Brass. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #23
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 23
    Published May 2000 by Sirius.

    The Balloon Hoax, Part 5. Stories by Jason Asala. Art by Jason Asala and Rick Geary. Cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. Edgar gets his revenge on Mr. Holland, but now the mission is ruined, and the passengers lives are in danger. Also, Mad Meg Mayflower makes an unlikely pact in her continuing solo adventures illustrated by Rick Geary. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #24
    Poe (1997 Sirius) 24
    Published Jul 2000 by Sirius.

    The Balloon Hoax, Part 6. Stories by Jason Asala. Art by Jason Asala and Rick Geary. Cover by Jason Asala. While searching for his lost Lenore, the legendary writer has adventures that influence his tales of fantasy and horror. The final chapters of The Balloon Hoax and Fire and Ice, as the airship finally lands, and Meg reveals why her nickname is Mad Meg. Final issue of the series. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.