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Original Astro Boy (1987) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 1

    Story by Mike Dimpsey. Art by Ken Steacy and Rodney Dunn. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Devastated by the death of his son, scientist Dr. Boynton builds a robot in his image, with special powers and his own personality: Astro Boy. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #2
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 2

    Story by Mike Dimpsey. Art by Ken Steacy. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Astro Boy meets Spud and I.Q. Plenty for the first time, and battles a cybershark; he gets more hints about his origins. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #3
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 3

    Story by Mike Dimpsey. Art by Ken Steacy. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Astro Boy learns about the tragedy in Dr. Boyntons past; meanwhile, he battles the military, which wants him for reasons he doesnt understand. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #4
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 4

    Story by Mike Dimpsey. Art by Ken Steacy and Andrew Pratt. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Dr. Boynton sells Astro Boy to a robot circus, after implanting him with Bruno, a bomb in the shape of a robot spider. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #5
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 5

    Story by Mike Dimpsey. Art by Ken Steacy and Andrew Pratt. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Cacciatore forces Astro Boy to fight the other robots in the circus, but Astro Boy finds a friend in fellow robot Simon. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #6
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 6

    Story by Mike Dimpsey. Art by Ken Steacy and Andrew Pratt. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Simon tells Astro Boy about the Cybot Revolution and asks him to lead a new robot revolution on Earth. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #7
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 7

    Story by Mike Dimpsey. Art by Ken Steacy and Andrew Pratt. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Simon helps Astro Boy escape from the sinister robot Bruno, but pays the ultimate price. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #8
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 8

    Story by Mike Dimpsey. Art by Ken Steacy and Andrew Pratt. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Astro Boy tries to keep the robot revolution from becoming an all-out war, but meanwhile Boynton finally flips his lid. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #9
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 9

    Story by Mike Dimpsey. Art by Ken Steacy and Andrew Pratt. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Astro Boy deals with the aftermath of the robot circus and the robot rights movement. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #10
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 10

    Story by Mike Dimpsey. Art by Ken Steacy and Andrew Pratt. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Astro Boy must unite the police, the military and the rebel robots to face a Cybersharknado. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #11
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 11

    Story by Ken Steacy. Art by Ken Steacy and Andrew Pratt. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Astro Boy faces protestors on his first day at school, so he tells them his whole sad story. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #12
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 12

    Story by Ken Steacy. Art by Ken Steacy and Andrew Pratt. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. A robot named Megathreat kidnaps a boy from Astro's school in order to lure him into a deadly battle. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #13
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 13

    Story by Ken Steacy. Art by Ken Steacy and Andrew Pratt. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. A familiar-looking superhero named Mutex the Mutant Marvel is tricked into battle with Astro Boy. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #14
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 14

    Story by Ken Steacy. Art by Ken Steacy and Andrew Pratt. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Astro Boy battles dinosaurs and reads a bedtime story to Astro Girl. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #15
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 15

    Story by Ken Steacy. Art by Ken Steacy and Andrew Pratt. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Astro Boy and Astro Girl discover that aliens are behind the dinosaur invasion, of course. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #16
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 16

    Story by Ken Steacy. Art by Ken Steacy and Andrew Pratt. Cover by Ken Steacy. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. The military sends Astro Boy into space to investigate a series of rocket vanishings, but Astro Girl and his other friends have stowed away on the same rocket. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #17
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 17

    Slaves of the Cybots. Story by Ken Steacy. Art by Brian Thomas. Cover by Brian Thomas and Marc Hansen. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. In space, Astro Boy confronts the Cybots, rebel robots who fled Earth to start their own planet. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #18
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 18

    Escape from Nowhere. Story and art by Brian Thomas. Cover by Brian Thomas and Marc Hansen. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. While I.Q. Plenty and the shuttle crew try to repair Astro, King Cosmo and the Cybots are moved by his words and his sacrifice. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #19
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 19

    The Tower. Story and art by Brian Thomas. Cover by Brian Thomas and Marc Hansen. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Rebuilt and returned to Earth, Astro Boy gets a new look and a new assignment. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #20
    Original Astro Boy (1987) 20

    Story and art by Brian Thomas. Cover by Brian Thomas and Marc Hansen. A controversial (to fans) adaptation of the beloved manga and anime series from Now Comics. Astro Boy sets out to protect an important historical conference from a mysterious attacker. Final issue of the series. 24 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.75.