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Shield Steel Sterling (1983) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Shield Steel Sterling (1983) 1

    Indicia says Lancelot Strong, the Shield. Cover pencils by Alan Weiss, inks by John Severin. "Crusader Chronicles" by David M. Singer; Introduction to the character. "The Deathstar Dilemma," script by Stan Timmons and Rich Buckler, pencils by Alan Weiss, inks by Sam de la Rosa; The Shield faces Negatron, a Soviet spy turned into a living black hole. A cover reproduction of Black Hood #1 by Alex Toth. "Steel Sterling Faces the Man Mountain of Muscle Men: Humongous," script by Stan Timmons and Rich Buckler, pencils by Adrian Gonzales, inks by Rudy Nebres; As two movie producers consider using Steel in a movie, Steel hunts down a man-monster named Humongous. Shield illustration on back cover by Alan Weiss. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #2
    Shield Steel Sterling (1983) 2

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    Cover pencils by Rich Buckler, inks by Ricardo Villagran. "Screen Test For A Tin Hero Chapter One: The Concrete Jungle," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Rudy Nebres; It's a day in the life of Steel Sterling: he wakes up, feeds the dog, works out at a local gym, meets the Steelers, decides to try out for a movie, and tangles with a group of motorcycle hoods. Cover reproduction from The Black Hood #2, art by Alex Toth. "Dark Day of the Red Sun," script by Stan Timmons and Rich Buckler, pencils by Michael Chen, inks by Sam de la Rosa; During World War II, German and Japanese scientists developed a fighting machine called "Red Sun"; However, the submarine it was on is sent to the bottom of the ocean after being caught in the atomic blast on Hiroshima; Years later, a young diver finds the sub's wreckage and accidentally activates the suit; Meanwhile, Lancelot and Laureen go out on a date. Steel Sterling illustration by Rudy Nebres. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #3
    Shield Steel Sterling (1983) 3

    Cover art by Alan Weiss. "Dark Day of the Red Sun II Target: USA," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Alex Nino; As a sick Shield goes in for what appears to be routine surgery, the doctors realizes he sicker than he knows; Using the last of his powers, he goes to stop the Souless Samurai and Deathstar, sacrificing his life in the process. "Screen Test for a Tin Hero Chapter Three: Showdown at Sunrise," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Eduardo Barreto and Bill Dubay (page 1 only); Steel Sterling makes short work of the motorcycle gang, meets some more of the neighborhood folk, interferes with a CIA sting, and auditions for the Tin Man movie. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #4
    Shield Steel Sterling (1983) 4

    Indicia says Steel Stierling. Cover art by Eduardo Barreto. "Under The Gun!" by Robin Snyder; A short article about Archie Publications 45th anniversary. "A License To Kill," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Eduardo Barreto and Bill Dubay (page 1); Steel Sterling tries to stop 2 different drunk drivers from harming people, but only succeeds once; Then he, the Steelers, Ms. Samson, Rita and Gayla board a bus bound for Hollywood; Along the way, they stop in a city in Iowa for the night; There, Steel goes to a "Mother Against Drunk Driving" (MADD) meeting as Arthur goes out drinking and then drag racing, only to kill another driver on the road. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #5
    Shield Steel Sterling (1983) 5

    Indicia says Steel Sterling. Cover pencils by Rich Buckler, inks by Ricardo Villagran. "Too Easy Too Kill," script by Robert Kanigher and Robin Snyder (page 1), pencils by Charles Nicholas and Carmin Infantino (page 1), inks by Frank McLaughlin and Edardo Barreto (page 1); The bus stops in Little Big Horn for the night; Red Wing is kidnapped after leaving a local store by someone dressed as General Custer; He takes Red Wing to the site of the Little Big Horn Battle, intending on recreating the battle with a much different result. "Wooden You Know?" one-page story, script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Mario Acquaviva; Dracula leaves a hotel quickly when a busboy delievers him a rare "steak." "Sent To The Showers" one-page story starring Little Archie, script and art by Bob Bolling. "The Scent of Blood," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Eduardo Barreto and Bill Dubay (page 1); 4 prison inmates break out of prison and go on a shooting spree; They attack the bus, wounding Steel and forcing everyone off in the desert before taking the bus. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #6
    Shield Steel Sterling (1983) 6

    Indicia says Steel Sterling. Cover art by Eduardo Barreto. Inside front cover includes a response to "A License To Kill" from Ronald Reagan and Elizabeth Dole. "The House That Wouldn't Die," script by Robert Kanigher, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Eduardo Barreto; The Young Steelers help a ghostly couple save their only child --also a ghost-- from a burning house. "The Echoes of My Mind," script by Steve Mitchell, art by Al McWilliams. "Jann Of The Jungle" one-page humor story by Henry Boltinoff. "Report from an Astral Alien," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Eduardo Barreto and Bill Dubay (page 1); In a flashback, an alien observes General Smith and his daughter Laureen mourning Lancelot Strong. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #7
    Shield Steel Sterling (1983) 7

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    Indicia says Steel Sterling. Cover pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Eduardo Barreto. "Death Is The Joker," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Eduardo Barreto and Bill Dubay (page 1); Steel wins big in a casino owned by--unbeknownst to Steel--the man who killed Steel's father; But the mafia boss does not like losing money; So he sends his men to kill Steel and everyone else in order to get the money back. "A Jolting Tale of Tension," script by Robin Snyder, pencils by Dick Ayers. "The Hypnotized Heart," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Eduardo Barreto and Bill Dubay (page 1); Though still mourning the Shield, Laureen agrees to go out with Colonel Gates; Gate is really a Soviet spy who is using Laureen to get at her father's top-secret files. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.75.