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New Kids on the Block Comic Tour (1991) comic books

  • Issue #1
    New Kids on the Block Comic Tour (1991) 1

    Stories by Angelo DeCesare and Michael Gallagher. Art by Robert Janeway and Dave Manak. The New Kids were a pioneering 1990s-era boy band with a huge teen following. In Harvey's New Kids comics, the youthful superstars had misadventures while on tour. The Kids have a chance to play an opera house, but not everyone is thrilled with the idea. The Kids dream of a world populated by New Kids fans. Also featuring pin-ups of the Kids, plus vintage ads for the New Kids' fan club and merchandise. Opera-tunity Knocks; Courting on the Court; Fan-tastic Planet; Roadrunner. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #2
    New Kids on the Block Comic Tour (1991) 2

    Stories by Michael Gallagher. Art by Ernie Colón and Hy Rosen. The New Kids were a pioneering 1990s-era boy band with a huge teen following. In Harvey's New Kids comics, the youthful superstars had misadventures while on tour. The Kids search for a missing dog. A sound check doesn't go as planned. Also featuring pin-ups of the Kids, features and band news. Plus vintage ads for the New Kids' fan club and merchandise. Offensive Interference; Doggone; Sound Off; Up Up and Away! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #3
    New Kids on the Block Comic Tour (1991) 3

    Stories by Angelo DeCesare and Nelson Dewey. Art by Neil Grahame, Nelson Dewey and Hy Rosen. The New Kids were a pioneering 1990s-era boy band with a huge teen following. In Harvey's New Kids comics, the youthful superstars had misadventures while on tour. Jordan leads a double life in an attempt to achieve normalcy. The Kids promise to play it safe, but that's harder than it sounds. Plus vintage ads for the New Kids' fan club and merchandise. Jordans Double Life; Knighty Knight; Safety First; Going to the Dogs. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #4
    New Kids on the Block Comic Tour (1991) 4

    Stories by Lisa Trusiani and Barbara Slate. Art by Neil Grahame and Hy Rosen. The New Kids were a pioneering 1990s-era boy band with a huge teen following. In Harvey's New Kids comics, the youthful superstars had misadventures while on tour. The Kids visit London and scandalize the locals. Then they cause an international incident. Plus vintage ads for the New Kids' fan club and merchandise. Footloose in London; Dream Date; The Big Fight; Tooth Hurty. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #5
    New Kids on the Block Comic Tour (1991) 5

    Stories by Charles Viola and Barbara Slate. Art by Hy Rosen. The New Kids were a pioneering 1990s-era boy band with a huge teen following. In Harvey's New Kids comics, the youthful superstars had misadventures while on tour. The Kids still have to go to school, even if they're superstars. Fan mail becomes an issue for the Kids to deal with. Also featuring pin-ups of the Kids, features and band news. Plus vintage ads for the New Kids' fan club and merchandise. A Really Class Act; Doin the Sled; Get the Picture; Return to Sender. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #6
    New Kids on the Block Comic Tour (1991) 6

    Stories by Angelo DeCesare. Art by Neil Grahame and Hy Rosen. The New Kids were a pioneering 1990s-era boy band with a huge teen following. In Harvey's New Kids comics, the youthful superstars had misadventures while on tour. A peek inside Joe's secret diary. What Donnie Wahlberg's bedroom looked like when he was a New Kid. Plus vintage ads for the New Kids' fan club and merchandise. A Date With a New Kid; Revealed: Joes Diary; Jordan in Newkidland; A Dream Date With Donnie; Going Zoo. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #7
    New Kids on the Block Comic Tour (1991) 7

    Stories by Lisa Trusiani, Charles Viola, and Michael Gallagher. Art by Dave Manak, Neil Grahame and Hy Rosen. The New Kids were a pioneering 1990s-era boy band with a huge teen following. In Harvey's New Kids comics, the youthful superstars had misadventures while on tour. In an offbeat story, the New Kids (portrayed by promo photos) interrupt the writer of the comic, to tell her how the story really went down. Jordan shows off his new "portable" phone, which is roughly the size of a Stephen King hardcover. Plus vintage ads for the New Kids' fan club and merchandise. The Write Choice!; Party Line; Gee…I…Joe? Final issue of the series. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.50.