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Badger (1997 2nd Series Image) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Badger (1997 2nd Series Image) 1

    The Badger is alerted to a bug problem. But it's not your normal household bug problem. This bug is as big as a truck, impervious to bullets and seems to want to kill people. Sounds like a problem right up the Badger's alley in "Betelgeuse." Script by Mike Baron and art by Matt Roach & Jerry Beck. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    Badger (1997 2nd Series Image) 2

    The Badger finds himself right in the middle of a conflict when an Indian tribe, believing that the predictions of better times are here, raid a herd of beefalo, a serendipitous blend of cattle and buffalo resulting in a docile beast more flavorful and less fattening than either in "Beefalo Don't Like Fences." Script by Mike Baron and art by Michael Avon Oeming. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #3
    Badger (1997 2nd Series Image) 3

    Ham's special eel arrives right before his important dinner party. The eel was a very important factor for the evening's entertainment but then a big problem develops when the eel escapes and takes control of the castle. So it's up to the Badger to fix things in "Loose Eel." Script by Mike Baron and art by Mike Leonard & Barbara Kaalberg. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #4
    Badger (1997 2nd Series Image) 4

    Professional wrestler Silo needs a big money match to get his wrestling career back on track but no one will go against him because of his reputation as a career-ender. But Silo has the perfection solution: fight the Badger. But will the Badger do it? Silo has ways to convince him and the Badger ends up in the match to end all matches in "Hot House." Script by Mike Baron and art by Mike Norton & Barbara Kaalberg. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #5
    Badger (1997 2nd Series Image) 5

    An archer is killing Ham's animals but when the Badger and company investigate, it leads to a much bigger threat than just some guy with a bow and arrow in "That was Zen, This Is Tao." Script by Mike Baron and art by Joe Comstock & Barbara Kaalberg & Brian Kane. Issue also has "Dead Meat" a text story by Mike Baron. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #6
    Badger (1997 2nd Series Image) 6

    The Badger has a problem: his geese have been taken away because he didn't have the proper licenses. But that's just the beginning of his problems in "The Prime Minister of Klacktoveedesteen." Script by Mike Baron and art by Mike Leonard & Mike Kaalberg. Issue also has "In the Doghouse" in which the Badger keeps ending up in trouble. Script by Mike Baron and art by Chris Whalen. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #7
    Badger (1997 2nd Series Image) 7

    Teenager Zach is in big, big trouble and everybody is after him. What did Zach do? He read comic books! So who will help Zach get out of the mess that he is in? Why the Badger, of course, in "Crime Comics." Script by Mike Baron and art by Mike Norton & Mike Kaalberg. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #8
    Badger (1997 2nd Series Image) 8
  • Issue #9
    Badger (1997 2nd Series Image) 9

    Ham needs someone to retrieve a crystal ball that was stolen from him and now resides in the nether regions. So Ham sends the Badger there to get that crystal ball and of course, the Badger has to face all sorts of trouble and danger in order to do so in "Vapor Trail." Script by Mike Baron and art by Shea Anton Pensa. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #10
    Badger (1997 2nd Series Image) 10

    The Badger is just relaxing in a bar when in wanders a man who says he is in possession of a small mineral object liberated from a temple and needs transportation to the airport. And then the trouble starts for the Badger in "Tuesday Ruby." Script by Mike Baron and art by Mike Norton & Mark Stegbauer. Issue also has "Red Pride," a text story by Mike Baron. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #11
    Badger (1997 2nd Series Image) 11

    The Badger and his friends are shocked to discover that the Badger's wife, Mavis, was once a member of a group called the Lady Cobras, which was created by the Chinese government as a propaganda and espionage tool. And when that group thinks that Mavis stole their money and is coming after her, the Badger has to lend a hand in "The Crowded Skies." Script by Mike Baron and art by Mike Norton & Mark Stegbauer. Cover price $2.95.