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New Wave (1986) comic books

  • Issue #1
    New Wave (1986) 1
    Published Jun 1986 by Eclipse.

    High above Earth in a space station, a group transports a being, possibly from another universe, into their station and then he escapes in "The Man in the Corporate Booth." Script by Sean Deming & Mindy Newell and art by Lee Weeks & Ty Templeton. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #2
    New Wave (1986) 2
    Published Jul 1986 by Eclipse.

    After the being that was transported from another universe escapes, the group in the space station tries to regroup and figure out what happen in "When A Stranger Comes to Call." Script by Sean Deming & Mindy Newell and art by Lee Weeks & Ty Templeton. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #3
    New Wave (1986) 3
    Published Jul 1986 by Eclipse.

    Tachyon, the being from another universe, wants to go home and at the same time other people with powers are being brought to the space station in "A Space Station Called Hell." Script by Sean Deming & Mindy Newell and art by Lee Weeks & Ty Templeton. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #4
    New Wave (1986) 4
    Published Aug 1986 by Eclipse.

    On Earth, doomsday is approaching. Can the super heroes on the space station above Earth do anything to stop it in "Stop the Station, I Want to Get Off." Script by Sean Deming & Mindy Newell and art by Lee Weeks & Ty Templeton. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #5
    New Wave (1986) 5
    Published Aug 1986 by Eclipse.

    While Tachyon deals with some doomsday missiles, the other heroes try to get a space shuttle and head for home in "Last Will and Testament." Script by Sean Deming & Mindy Newell and art by Lee Weeks & Ty Templeton. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #6
    New Wave (1986) 6
    Published Sep 1986 by Eclipse.

    Tachyon and the other heroes head for Earth and the trip turns out to be a lot more difficult than they thought in "Tin Man Blues." Script by Mindy Newell and art by Erik Larsen & Ty Templeton. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #7
    New Wave (1986) 7
    Published Sep 1986 by Eclipse.

    Elizabeth and her grandmother disappear when, as her grandmother puts it, Morgaine calls them home, and the others have to find them in "Which Way the Witch?" Script by Mindy Newell and art by Lee Weeks & Ty Templeton. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #8
    New Wave (1986) 8
    Published Sep 1986 by Eclipse.

    Tracking down the missing Elizabeth means going into another world – one in which Elizabeth feels right at home in "The Mists of Avalon." Script by Mindy Newell and art by Lee Weeks & Ty Templeton. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #9
    New Wave (1986) 9
    Published Oct 1986 by Eclipse.

    Still in the world of Avalon, the heroes have to take on the priestesses, which means super powers versus super magic in "The Lady's Daughter" with script by Mindy Newell and art by Karl Waller & Ty Templeton and "Freedom of Choice" with script by Mindy Newell and art by Lee Weeks and Ty Templeton. Cover price increases to $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #10
    New Wave (1986) 10
    Published Nov 1986 by Eclipse.

    Now back home, the members of New Wave are hunted and attacked by other super powered beings in "Breach of Faith." Script by Mindy Newell and art by Lee Weeks & Ty Templeton. Issue also has the Heap in an untitled story in which the Heap, while wandering around on his own, helps out a boy and his mother in danger. Script by Charles Dixon and Mindy Newell and art by Karl Waller & Sal Trapani. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #11
    New Wave (1986) 11
    Published Dec 1986 by Eclipse.

    Polestar goes back to her old circus to visit and perform and invites the other New Wave members for some fun and relaxation; and of course, other things happen in "The Concrete Garden." Script by Mindy Newell and art by Lee Weeks & Sam De La Rosa. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #12
    New Wave (1986) 12
    Published Feb 1987 by Eclipse.

    Whether or not to teach sex education in school is examined in this story as the issue comes up at Elizabeth's school in "Silenced Scream." Script by Mindy Newell and art by Lee Weeks. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #13
    New Wave (1986) 13
    Published Mar 1987 by Eclipse.

    Feeling lost, Tachyon goes on a journey and ends up in New York City where he confronts prejudice, robbery and other issues in "Up On the Roof." Script by Mindy Newell and art by Eric Shanower & Sam De La Rosa. Last issue of series. Cover price $1.50.