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A1 (1989 Atomeka) comic books

  • Issue #1
    A1 (1989 Atomeka) 1
    Published 1989 by Atomeka.

    Cover by Garry Leach. Edited by Garry Leach and Dave Elliott. Stories by Barry Windsor-Smith, Alan Moore, Eddie Campbell, Graham Marks, John Bolton, Dave Gibbons, Brian Bolland, Paul Behrer, Neil Gaiman, Glenn Fabry, Bob Burden, Dominic Regan, and Brendan McCarthy. Art by Barry Windsor-Smith, Garry Leach, Eddie Campbell, John Bolton, Ted McKeever, Brian Bolland, Una Fricker, Steve Parkhouse, Bill Sienkiewicz, Dave McKean, Dave Gibbons, Paris Cullins, Glenn Fabry, Bob Burden, Brendan McCarthy, and Dominic Regan. Atomeka's giant-sized anthology series brought together a Whos Who of British comics talent. This issue includes a Warpsmith story by Alan Moore and Garry Leach, a spin-off/crossover series with the duo's Marvelman/Miracleman. Also, a Bojeffries Saga story by Moore and Steve Parkhouse, and a Mr. X story by Bill Sienkiewicz, Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean. The Big Button; Ghostdance; The Fall of Angels and Other Misfits; Bad Bread; The Ear of Seeing; Survivor; The Actress and the Bishop Go Boating; A Taste of Gold; Festus: Dawn of the Dead; Heartsprings and Watchstops; Epilogue Prologue; Libretto; Blazin Glory #5; The Return of the Purple Claw; Bricktop; The Bandit Moons; The Hollow Circus; Lobsters Rumpus. 96 pages, B&W. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #2
    A1 (1989 Atomeka) 2
    Published 1989 by Atomeka.

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    Flipbook cover by John Bolton and Dave McKean. Edited by Garry Leach and Dave Elliott. Stories by Alan Moore, Bob Burden, Dominic Regan, Eddie Campbell, Glenn Fabry, Neil Gaiman, Paul Behrer, Phil Elliott, and Ted McKeever. Art by Eddie Campbell, Shawn McManus, Barry Windsor-Smith, Brian Bolland, Charles Vess, John Higgins, Mike Mignola, Mark Farmer, Paul Grist, Simon Bisley, Dave Gibbons, Matt Wagner, Jamie Hewlett, Paul Chadwick, Ted McKeever, Bryan Talbot, Nick Abadzis, Philip Bond, Kevin ONeill, Mark Badger, Michael W. Kaluta, David Lloyd, Bob Burden, William Simpson, Brett Ewins, and Paul Rivoche. Atomeka's giant-sized anthology series brought together a Whos Who of British comics talent. This issue includes a Mr. X jam story with art by the likes of Charles Vess, Dave Gibbons, Paul Chadwick, Michael Kaluta and Mike Mignola. Also, samples of the Fortean Times illustrated by Hunt Emerson, and a Bojeffries Saga story by Alan Moore and Steve Parkhouse. Big Death; King Paint; Mr. X: Windows; Sex with Ginda Bojeffries; This Really Happened!; A Death on the Beach; A Long Time Dead; Sperm Warfare; Elephants Graveyard; Empty Chairs; The Absolutely, Positively Coolest Mr. Monster Story Ever; Firework Night; Jeepster; Cowboys and Indians; Men and Hats; Kyrn; Obsessional; Comics Are Really Grate!; Fortean Times; The Talk of Creatures; About Hermes, Between You And Me. 128 pages, B&W. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #3
    A1 (1989 Atomeka) 3
    Published 1990 by Atomeka.

    Cover by Brian Bolland; "The American" by Mark Verheiden, Dougie Braithwaite, & Chris Warner; "Deadface: The Book-Keeper From Atlantis" by Eddie Campbell; "The Actress and the Bishop Throw a Party" by Brian Bolland "My Closest Friend" by John Kaiine & Dave McKean; "Leone Ryder" by Gary Pleece & Warren Pleece; "Bricktop: Walton Pig Girls" by Chris Smith & Glenn Fabry; "Endless Summer" by Phillip Bond; "The House of Hearts Desire" by Grant Morrison & Dom Regan; "Point of View" by Graham Marks & John Bolton; "Bojeffries: A Quiet Christmas with the Family" by Alan Moore & Steve Parkhouse; "Monsieur Mouche: Lighter Than Air" by Jean-Luc Coudray & Moebius; Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #4
    A1 (1989 Atomeka) 4
    Published 1990 by Atomeka.

    Cover by Simon Bisley. Edited by Garry Leach and Dave Elliott. Stories by James Robinson, Alan Martin, Andrew Strickland, Glenn Fabry, Chris Smith, Alejandro Jodorowsky, R.J.M. Lofficier, Bill Sienkiewicz, Jan Strnad, Graham Marks, and Alan Moore. Art by Matt Brooker, Jamie Hewlett, Richard Barker, Glenn Fabry, Moebius, Steve Whitaker, Phil Elliott, Bill Sienkiewicz, Kevin Nowlan, John Bolton, and Steve Parkhouse. Atomeka's giant-sized anthology series brought together a Whos Who of British comics talent. This issue includes a cross-section of work by French artist Moebius, including a chapter from Incal and a sketchbook selection. Also, a Grendel story, and a Bojeffries Saga story by Alan Moore and Steve Parkhouse. Devils Whisper; Hellcity; The Funeral; Balls; In the Heart of the Impregnable Meta-Bunker; The Last Party on Earth; The Day the General Came; Emily, Almost; The Hero of the Tale; A Lot on His Plate; Song of the Terraces. 96 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #5
    A1 (1989 Atomeka) 5
    Published 1991 by Atomeka.
    • Signed by artist Bill Stout with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Cover by William Stout. Edited by Garry Leach and Dave Elliott. Stories by Neil Gaiman, Glenn Fabry, Chris Smith, Peter Milligan, Shaky Kane, Joe Kubert, Sydney Jordan, Cornelius Stone, Ed Hillyer, Jeff Jones, Nick Abadzis, Bruce Jones, Bambos Georgiou, Ramsey Campbell, Bill Mumy, Miguel Ferrer, and Steve Dillon. Art by Kelley Jones, Glenn Fabry, Brett Ewins, Joe Kubert, Trevor Goring, Roger Langridge, Ed Hillyer, Jeff Jones, Nick Abadzis, Jim Sullivan, Bambos Georgiou, David Lloyd, Steve Leialoha, and Steve Dillon. Atomeka's giant-sized anthology series brought together a Whos Who of British comics talent. This issue includes stories by Neil Gaiman and legendary British horror author Ramsey Campbell. Also, a Tor story by Joe Kubert, and the return of toxic-avenging dog Trypto, in a story by noted sci-fi actors Bill Mumy and Miguel Ferrer. Cover Story; Sunglasses; In the Penal Colony; The Contact; Food Chain; The Devil at Rennes-Le-Chateau; The Doom That Loomed Like a Coyote; Party Piece; Reasons; The Boy Who Defied Gravity; Take One Capsule Every Million Years; Yin and Yankee; The Proxy; Pet Sounds; Kathleens House. 96 pages, B&W. Cover price $7.95.

  • Issue #6A
    A1 (1989 Atomeka) 6A
    Published 1992 by Atomeka.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.50) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    Cover by Jamie Hewlett. Edited by Garry Leach and Dave Elliott. Stories by Jamie Hewlett, Archie Goodwin, Hilary Barta, Martin Hand, Warren Ellis, Bob Burden, Serge Clerc, Eddie Campbell, Glenn Fabry, Chris Smith, and Garth Ennis. Art by Jamie Hewlett, Matt Brooker, Hilary Barta, Martin Hand, Phil Winslade, Bob Burden, Serge Clerc, Eddie Campbell, Glenn Fabry, and Steve Dillon. Atomeka's giant-sized anthology series brought together a Whos Who of British comics talent. This issue includes a Tank Girl story in which Baron Cauliflower creates his perfect woman. Also, a D'Israeli story written by Marvel legend Archie Goodwin, and early work by both Garth Ennis and Warren Ellis. Rescue; The Competition; The Happy Angel of Death; Dada 331; Dreams of the Taco Fiend; Paris is a Ball; Obsession; Fish; And they Never Get Drunk But Stay Sober. Intended to be one of two alternate covers, as indicated by the 6A on the cover, but 6B was never published. Final issue of the series; followed by A1 (1992 Marvel/Epic) #1. 72 pages, B&W. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #6B
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    Published 1992 by Atomeka.

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