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  • Issue #1
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 1

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    Back Issue celebrates comic books of the 1970s, 1980s, and today through a variety of recurring (and rotating) departments. #1's theme is "DC vs. Marvel," featuring: A "Pro2Pro" dialogue between Marv Wolfman and George P?rez on the pros and cons of working for Marvel and DC in the 70s and 80s accompanied by rare P?rez artwork! A "Greatest Stories Never Told" examination of the original JLA/Avengers crossover, featuring unpublished George Perez pages, plus a spotlight on the new JLA/Avengers miniseries! A "Rough Stuff" look at 70s and 80s DC and Marvel penciled artwork by the "King" himself, Jack Kirby! A "Beyond Capes" evaluation of DC's and Marvel's Tarzan series, with interviews with and artwork by Joe Kubert, John Buscema, and Roy Thomas! An "Off My Chest" guest editorial by former DC editorial director Carmine Infantino, recalling DC's 1970s battle plan to challenge Marvel's market dominance! PLUS: A "Back Talk" letters column featuring commentary from pros and fans who aren't afraid to choose sides in the DC vs. Marvel war, and a dynamic "Batman vs. Captain America" cover by George P?rez! (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 100pg, b&w$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #2
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 2

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    This issue spotlights the decade of techno-pop, breakdancing, and comics' new wave in their "Totally '80s" Issue! Editor Michael Eury dons his Members Only jacket for a profile of Comico the Comic Company, including two "Pro 2 Pro" Interviews: Adam Hughes and Mike W. Barr relive their collaboration on The MAZE Agency ? the coolest crime comic before crime comics were cool ? spotlighting rare artwork by Hughes and Alan Davis. Also, Matt Wagner and Diana Schutz recall the early days of Grendel, with artwork by Wagner, Tim Sale, the Pander Bros., and John K. Snyder III! Then, "Greatest Stories Never Told" gets the scoop behind the aborted Space Ghost II special ? co- starring the Herculoids! ? featuring commentary from and rare art by Steve Rude! "Rough Stuff!" shows early penciled artwork from Adam Hughes, including Justice League America! "Beyond Capes!" explores Bruce Jones' gruesome Twisted Tales and astonishing Alien Worlds series from Pacific Comics, with interviews with and rare art by Dave Stevens, Bo Hampton, Mike Hoffman, and Val Mayerick! And just to prove they aren't totally stuck in the '80s, there's "Off My Chest!" Mike W. Barr's personal view of 1978's DC Implosion and Cancelled Comics Cavalcade in his guest editorial, featuring unpublished DC Comics art by Steve Ditko, Jim Aparo, and Joe Kubert! All this, plus a totally tubular cover by awesome Adam Hughes! (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 100pg, b&w$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #3
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 3

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    This April's Fools Day, editor Michael Eury is grinning ear-to-ear over the "Laughing Matters" issue, featuring: "Bring On The Bad Guys," a scintillating look at The Joker's journey from clown to killer through interviews with and art by Denny O'Neil, Neal Adams, Steve Englehart, Marshall Rogers, Jim Starlin, and Brian Bolland, plus other Bat- artists; "Pro2Pro Interview": Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, and Kevin Maguire bust their guts about their 1980s Justice League series, and the 2003 follow-up (with art by Maguire and Giffen); "The Greatest Stories Never Told," a look at the two Plastic Man movies that faced meltdown ? plus, Arnold Schwarzenegger as Sgt. Rock?!; "Rough Stuff", with pencil artwork and rare sketches by a dozen cartoonists, including Sergio Aragonés, Mike Manley, Ramona Fradon, Jack Kirby, and others ? with a look at Kyle Baker's new Plastic Man series thrown in for fun!; "What The--?!", a spotlight on the strangest stage show ever, Bugs Bunny Meets The Super-Heroes, with interviews and ultra-rare photos; Mark Evanier supplies this month's "Off My Chest" as he tells you why writing "funny" books is harder than it looks! All this and more, under a brand-new Joker cover by Brian Bolland! (Twomorrows Publishing) Magazine, 100pg, b&w$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #4
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 4

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    This "Marvel Milestones" issue commemorates Wolverine turning 30. Interviews with Chris Claremont and John Byrne recall his appearances in their legendary 1980s X-Men collaboration in a scintillating dialogue moderated by Marvel Universe author Peter Sanderson. Also, Len Wein fills us in on the Wolverine you didn't see. Plus, penciled artwork of Logan by John Buscema, Jim Lee, Adam Hughes, Rob Liefeld, Marc Silvestri, and others. This issue also looks at the 20th anniversary of Thor #337, and Adventures of Superman writer Joey Casey interviews Walter Simonson about his landmark run on the title, with the two comparing nots on the Man of Steel for fun. Other special features include the Punisher's 30th birthday and the 20th anniversary of Secret Wars! (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 100pg, b&w$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #5
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 5

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    This issue salutes the TV super-heroes of the 1970s and '80s in our "Comics in Hollywood" issue! Wonder Woman: Andy Mangels provides an in-depth look at the Wonder Woman TV series, with a new Lynda Carter interview and anecdotes from show personnel, plus a TV Wonder Woman art gallery, with pin-ups by George Pérez, Dick Giordano, Phil Jimenez, Paul Guinan, and others! Marvel On TV: A photo-filled look at Marvel's TV versions of The Incredible Hulk, The Amazing Spider-Man, Captain America, and Dr. Strange, including Dan Johnson's all-new interview with TV-Hulk Lou Ferrigno! Greatest Stories Never Told: Animator Darrell McNeil's inside scoop on the super-hero cartoons you didn't see, including The New Teen Titans, The Flash, Metamorpho, and more! Rough Stuff: Pencil artwork from the one-and-only Jerry Ordway! Beyond Capes: An examination of Marvel's and DC's Star Trek series ? by a writer who contributed to both, Mike W. Barr ? with art by Dave Cockrum, Tom Sutton, and others! Off My Chest: Legendary artist John Romita Sr. gives his impressions of Marvel's cinematic adaptations! Plus: an extensive guide to comic-book cinema on DVD, and other surprises! With special flip covers of Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman by Alex Ross and Adam Hughes! Edited by Michael Eury. (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 8x11, 100pg, b&w$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #6
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 6

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    Featuring a dynamic Gene Colan Dracula cover! Wanna see something really scary? Back Issue's Halloween issue celebrates comic-book monsters and the macabre ? 1970s and '80s style! Bring on the Bad Guys digs up the dirt on Marvel's ground- (and grave-) breaking Tomb of Dracula series, with insider commentary and artwork from Marv Wolfman and Gene Colan! Plus, interviews with Swamp Thing creators Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson discuss the character's roots, while Steve Bissette and Rick Veitch spill their guts over their 1980s work on the series, with art by Wrightson and Bissette! In "Greatest Stories Never Told," it's "Swamp Thing and Man-Thing: Who the Muck Came First?" featuring interviews and art by Wein, Wrightson, Gerry Conway, Roy Thomas, Val Mayerick, and John Byrne! Rough stuff: creepy pencil artwork from a cadre of killer artists, including Frank Brunner, Paul Smith, Carl Potts, Mike Ploog, and David Ross and others! In "Off my chest," guest editorialist Roy Thomas reveals what drove the stake through the heart of his Dracula adaptation at Marvel, with rare Dick Giordano artwork and a surprise announcement! Then, in "Beyond Capes" is a look at Marvel's Godzilla series, with Herb Trimpe artwork, and a behind-the-scenes study of Charlton comics' 1970s' horror line, with rare art by Steve Ditko, Tom Sutton, Mike Zeck, Joe Staton, and Don Newton! Finally, in "What the??!" there's a different kind of fright night: go on the presidential campaign trail with Howard the Duck, Prez, Captain America, and others. Edited by Michael Eury. (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 100pg, b&w$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #7
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 7

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    It's all for one, and one for all in Back Issue #7, the "Super Teams" issue! "Flashback ? The Brave And The Bold": The history of the popular Batman team-up title, including a Jim Aparo interview and a tribute to writer Bob Haney! "Pro2pro Roundtable ? Fantastic Four": Past and present contributors from Stan Lee to Mark Waid share their unique insights into Marvel's fab four! "Pro2pro ? DNAgents": Mark Evanier and Will Meugniot discuss their fondly remembered 1980s series, featuring a stunning gallery of Meugniot's artwork! "Greatest Stories Never Told": DC's Teen Titans Swingin' Elsewords and Super-Sons, and Marvel's Santa Claus, with art by Jay Stephens, Nick Cardy, Kieron Dwyer, and John Romita, Sr. "Rough Stuff": Super team pencil pages by Alex Ross, Alex Toth, Rick Leonardi, Dave Cockrum, Don Heck, June Brigman, Frank Robbins, Kerry Gammill, Don Newton, Carmine Infantino, and John Byrne (his FF tryout)! Plus, Denny O'Neil's "Off My Chest" editorial on super teams, a guided tour of Metropolis, Illinois (the "home" of Superman), the conclusion of our "Comics to Film to DVD" list, and art and contributions by Dick Giordano, Ramona Fradon, Mike W. Barr, Neal Adams, Nick Cardy, Jack C. Harris, Cary Burkett, Bob Brown, Walt Simonson, Tom Defalco, Roger Stern, Terry Austin, Bill Sienkiewicz, Steve Rude, Moebius, George Pérez, and others. With a decades-spanning Superman and Batman cover (penciled in 1984 and inked in 2004) by Curt Swan and Murphy Anderson! (Twomorrows Publishing) Magazine, 96pgs, B&W$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #8
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 8

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    Just in time for Black History Month, Back-Issue #8 salutes the 1970s and 1980s black super-heroes, from superbad Luke Cage to superteen Cyborg! Writer Denny O'Neil and Justice League Unlimited voice actor Phil Lamarr discuss Green Lantern veteran John Stewart in a "pro2pro" interview. Also, Neal Adams shares his insights ? and art ? in a sidebar interview. Additionally, Storm's 30th birthday is celebrated in an in-depth history. Plus, say 'Happy 30th' to the New X-Men in the "Rough Stuff" pencil art showcase, featuring Neal Adams, Arthur Adams, Larry Stroman, Bob Mcleod, David Mazzucchelli, Alan Davis, Jim Lee, Adam Hughes, and more! Black Lightning is the subject of Tony Isabella's "Off My Chest" guest editorial, accompanied by an all-new interview with Trevor Von Eeden, complete with rarely seen Black Lightning costume designs! Fleshing things out, Darrell Mcneil's "Backstage Pass" column looks at animated TV's black heroes, from Black Vulcan to The Brown Hornet, with art by Alex Toth and others! Readers will also flip over an exclusive interview with writer Dwayne Mcduffie, a history of African Americans in comics, and commentary from and/or incredible art by Marv Wolfman, Denys Cowan, John Romita Sr., Dave Cockrum, Chris Claremont, John Byrne, Terry Austin, Billy Graham, M.d. Bright, Gene Colan, Steve Englehart, George Pérez, Mike Zeck, and more! Features an eye-popping Storm cover by Eisner Award-winning artist Kyle Baker. (Twomorrows Publishing) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 100pgs, B&WSRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #9
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 9

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    Blast off into the world of 1970s and 1980s sci-fi comics in Back Issue #9. In this "Cosmic Issue," writer Mike Baron and artist Steve Rude re-visit their landmark Nexus series in a "Pro2Pro" interview, with tons of rare art by "the Dude!" Also going "Pro2Pro," Jim Starlin and Mike Mignola look back at Cosmic Odyssey, featuring amazing art by Mignola and Starlin's unpublished cover to Cosmic Odyssey #1! "Beyond Capes" examines Marvel Comics' long-running Star Wars series, with art and interviews of stars including Howard Chaykin, Al Williamson, Walt Simonson, Tom Palmer, Ron Frenz, Roy Thomas, Carmine Infantino, and more! Also, the late, great Gil Kane is the subject of a "Rough Stuff" pencil art gallery, with covers and interior pages featuring Green Lantern, the Micronauts, Conan, Spider-Man, Superman, and a few surprises! Plus: Timothy Truman and John Ostrander's Grimjack, then and now; an "Off My Chest" guest editorial by Mike Gold; a villain history of Thanos; Time Warp revisited; and a "Greatest Stories Never Told" exposé of DC's unrealized Crisis on Infinite Earths sequel Crisis of the Soul, with art and commentary by Jerry Ordway! All this wrapped in an all-new Steve Rude cover painting, recreating the original cover art to Nexus #1! (Twomorrows Publishing) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 8x11, 100pgs, B&WSRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #10
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 10

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    Gemstone/Diamond's Scoop e-newsletter selected Back-Issue as the #1 "Best Publication About Comics for 2004!" And here's your chance to discover why, in Back-Issue #10, our Pulp Fiction Issue! "Bring on the Bad Guys" explores the history of Batman foe, Ra's al Ghul, with commentary by Neal Adams and Denny O'Neil (and rare art by Adams)! O'Neil returns to join artist Mike Kaluta for a "Pro2Pro" interview about The Shadow, and Roger Stern and Ron Frenz go "Pro2Pro" about their much-loved story, "The Kid Who Collected Spider-Man." Plus: Mike Grell's Jon Sable, Freelance (including a "Backstage Pass" look at the Sable TV show); a Howard Chaykin interview; Mike W. Barr's examination of Doc Savage in comics; a spotlight on The Human Target; a speculative look at why DC bypassed the black-and-white boom of the 1970s; a Batman "Rough Stuff" art gallery, featuring Bill Sienkiewicz, Walter Simonson, Paul Smith, Brian Bolland, Ed Hannigan, David Mazzucchelli, and others; and a "New in Print" look at Batman: Dark Detective, reuniting Steve Englehart, Marshall Rogers, and Terry Austin! With an eye-popping Ra's al Ghul cover by Neal Adams! Edited by Michael Eury. (Twomorrows Publishing) Magazine, 8x11, 100pgs, B&WSRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #11
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 11

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    "Gods and Warriors" muscle their way into Back Issue! And who better to headline this months issue than Conan? Roy Thomas, Kurt Busiek, and Joe Jusko spill their guts in a meaty retrospective of Marvel's Conan the Barbarian series. Heavy Metal artist extraordinaire Arthur Suydam shares his insights and illustrations in an exclusive interview. Plus a striking painted Conan cover by Joe Jusko, recreating John Buscema's frontispiece to Savage Sword of Conan #17. (Twomorrows Publishing) Magazine, 8x11, 100pgs, B&WSRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #12
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 12

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    This "Extreme Makeovers" issue examines comics revamps of the '70s and '80s. Pulitzer Prize-winner Michael Chabon, Dave Gibbons, Roy Thomas, Kurt Busiek, and other insiders explore the history of the postmodern super-hero ? from Squadron Supreme, to Watchmen, to today ? with rare Gibbons Watchmen art. With an all-new Spider-Man cover by Ron Frenz and Joe Rubinstein. (Twomorrows Publishing) Magazine, 100pgs, B&WSRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #13
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 13

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    Nick Cardy relives his days as the DC Comics cover artist in an exclusive art-packed interview. Steve Englehart and Doug Moench kick back for a look at kung-fu comics, and Joe Staton and Nick Cuti go 'Pro2Pro' about Charlton's super-hero E-Man! Cover by Nick Cardy & Scott Hanna. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #14
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 14

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    Star-studded "Future Issue!" Dave Cockrum and Mike Grell are interviewed together in an exclusive "Pro2Pro" on their groundbreaking stints on Legion of Super-Heroes. Also, Bob McLeod hosts a special "Rough Stuff" gallery featuring pencil art by John Buscema, John Byrne, Dan Jurgens, Dale Keown, Todd McFarlane, Frank Miller, John Romita, Jr., Jim Starlin, Bill Sienkiewicz, and Mike Zeck. Plus, an all-new looks at Hercules Unbound, Hex, Killraven, Kamandi, MARS, Planet of the Apes, the Star Wars comic strip, Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction, and an Insight Studios tour, featuring art by and/or interviews with José Luis García-López, Keith Giffen, Bruce Jones, Jack Kirby, Don Mcgregor, Hugo winner Alan Steele, Mark Wheatley, Marc Hempel, and Al Williamson. With an all-new Legion of Super-Heroes cover by Mike Grell and Bob McLeod! (Twomorrows Publishing) Magazine, 96pgs, B&WSRP: $6.95 Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #15
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 15

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    This issue of Back Issues examines "Weird Heroes" of the 1970s and 1980s! In all-new interviews, Mike Ploog discusses Ghost Rider, Matt Wagner revisits The Demon, and Joe Kubert dusts off Ragman. Also, the pencil art of Gene Colan is spotlighted in "Rough Stuff." Cover by Art Adams. (Twomorrows Publishing) Magazine, 100pgs, B&WSRP: $6.95 Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #16
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 16

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    This month's issue features an in-depth look at Marvel's G. I. Joe, featuring interviews Larry Hama, Denny O'Neil, and Herb Trimpe! Arthur Adams bends reader's ears about drawing Gumby, Sal Buscema and Butch Guice trade tales about ROM and Micronauts, the pencil art of Mike Zeck gets the "Rough Stuff" spotlight, and "Greatest Stories Never Told" examines the ill-fated Wonder Woman and the Star Riders toy/animation/comics concept! Plus, coverage on DC's Masters of the Universe with George Tuska, Marvel's Transformers, a 40th anniversary salute to Captain Action, Jack Kirby's Super Powers comics, and a look at super-hero cars! Featuring rare and classic art by these artists, plus Michael Golden and others! With a Snake-Eyes "sketch cover" by Mike Zeck! (Twomorrows Publishing) Magazine, 100pgs, B&WSRP: $6.95 Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #17
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 17

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    It's 'Ladies' Night' as the super girls of the '70s and '80s take center stage in this issue! Track Supergirl's solo adventures from her hot pants days to her dramatic death during the Crisis on Infinite Earths. Featuring a '70s art gallery by Brian Stelfreeze, Cully Hamner, Dan Parent, and Alex Saviuk; flash back to the early days of Spider-Woman, Flare, and Tigra the Were-Woman, and relive the exploits of the powerless Diana Prince, Wonder Woman; dig up DC's Double Comics starring Supergirl and Superboy, with previously unpublished Eduardo Barretto and Carmine Infantino art; interviews with Marv Wolfman and Phil Jimenez on the Teen Titans' Donna Troy. In addition, female comics professionals from Diana Schutz to Jill Thompson discuss their favorite super-heroines and recall TV's animated super chicks! Cover by Bruce Timm. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #18
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 18

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    It's our Big, Green Issue! Take a photo tour of Continuity Studios, hosted by superstar artist Neal Adams in an exclusive interview! Includes an Adams Green Lantern/Green Arrow gallery with never-before-published art! The spotlight also shines on: Hal Jordan's post-GL/GA career, on the "One, True Green Lantern" Guy Gardner, and on the pencil art of Dave Gibbons in a "rough stuff" showcase. Also: all-new interviews with Mike Grell (Green Arrow), Peter David (Incredible Hulk), and a "pro2pro" chat between Gerry Conway and John Romita, Sr. (Green Goblin and The Death of Gwen Stacy). Plus: Martian Manhunter, Now Comics' Green Hornet, The Un-By and commentary from Steve Englehart, J. M. Dematteis, Joe Staton, Todd Mcfarlane, Dale Keown, Gary Frank, Mike Baron, and many others. With a dazzling Green Lantern cover by Neal Adams! Edited By Michael Eury. (Twomorrows Publishing) (C: 0-1-2) Magazine, 100pgs, PCSRP: $6.95 Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #19
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 19

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    In Back Issue #19 we salute comics' Unsung Heroes! The career of artist Don Newton (Batman) is examined, with classic and unpublished comics and fanzine art. Steve Gerber and Gene Colan talk "Pro2Pro" about their Howard the Duck collaboration, while Mike Carlin and Danny Fingeroth revisit Marvel's Assistant Editors' Month! Also: "Greatest Stories Never Told" looks at both Danny Bilson and Paul Demeo's unrealized Unlimited Powers TV show and Tony Isabella's aborted plans for The Champions! Plus: a history of the Defenders, a Mark Gruenwald tribute and a gaggle of today's hottest artists in a preview of Image's new Invincible Handbook. Cover by Don Newton & Joe Rubinstein. (Twomorrows Publishing) (C: 0-1-2) Magazine, 96pgs, PCSRP: $6.95 Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #20
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 20

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    Now with color! Peek behind the masks of many of your favorite heroes in this 'Secret Identities' issue, and explore the histories of four characters with unusual alter egos: Firestorm, Moon Knight, the Question, and the 'real-life' super-hero the Human Fly! Steve Englehart and Sal Buscema talk 'Pro2Pro' about their Captain America collaboration, and Jerry Ordway is spotlighted in a career-spanning interview. Plus: a roundtable of Superman writers and artists reveal the scoop on Clark Kent, featuring artwork by and commentary from Bill Sienkiewicz, Kevin Nowlan, Doug Moench, Denys Cowan, Denny O'Neil, Al Milgrom, Gerry Conway, Frank Robbins, Cary Bates, Elliot S. Maggin, Pat Broderick, Jim Shooter, and many others. With a bonus Superman and Clark Kent color art gallery, ultra-rare art by Curt Swan and others, and a Shazam! cover by Ordway, re-creating the classic 'Spider-Man No More' cover from Amazing Spider-Man #50! Edited by Michael Eury. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #21
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 21

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    This is 'The Devil You Say!' issue that is sure to set your soul on fire! Behind an awe-inspiring Daredevil cover by Mike Zeck is an in-depth look at the 'Man without Fear's' 1980s and early 1990s adventures, featuring interviews with and/or art by Klaus Janson, John Romita Jr., Ann Nocenti, Frank Miller, and others! Mike Mignola recalls the roots of Hellboy in an exclusive interview, Dan Mishkin and Gary Cohn go 'Pro2Pro' on their co-creation of Shadowpact's Blue Devil, and 'Greatest Stories Never Told' examines Colleen Doran's unpublished X-Men spin-off, Fallen Angels! Plus there's sizzling spotlights on the Son of Satan, Ty Templeton's Stig's Inferno, the hellish humor of DC's Plop!, and one of Jack Kirby's most bizarre comics, Devil Dinosaur! Edited by Michael Eury. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #22
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 22

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    'Dynamic Duos'! Featuring two 'Pro2Pro' interviews that reunite Batman's Alan Grant and Norm Breyfogle and Legion of Super-Heroes' Paul Levitz and Keith Giffen, while 'Backstage Pass' takes you to Dark Horse Comics, courtesy of your hosts, Mike Richardson and Randy Stradley. Also, Robin's history from sidekick to solo star, Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird's groundbreaking collaboration on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and histories of the dynamite duos of Robin and Batgirl, Captain America and the Falcon, and Blue Beetle and Booster Gold! Plus, a bonus 'Scott and Zot!' interview with the influential Scott McCloud. Features a breathtaking Breyfogle cover starring everyone's favorite Boy Wonder! Edited by Michael Eury. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #23
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 23

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    The issue 'Comics Go Hollywood' explores the inseparable worlds of comic books and cinema! Celebrate the 20th wedding anniversary of media darlings Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson in a 'Pro2Pro' roundtable examining Spider-Man's love life, with Stan Lee, John Romita, Sr., Jim Shooter, Erik Larsen, and other top Spidey creators! Then, in the first part of a second roundtable, Star Trek writers - including Peter David, Michael Jan Friedman, and Mike W. Barr - compare notes on writing for the space franchise in comics and in other media (the second part concludes in Write Now! #16). Also: Gladstone's Disney comics line, with an all-star lineup including Don Rosa and William Van Horn; star-studded behind-the-scenes looks at TV's Isis and The Flash, with celebrity interviews including Flash star John Wesley Shipp; and spotlights on Superman movie adaptations and some of your favorite TV tie-in comics (including Isis and Welcome Back Kotter). Bonus: An 8-page color 'Adam Hughes Goes Hollywood!' art gallery and a Mary Jane Watson cover by Adam Hughes. Edited by Michael Eury. Includes a free Preview of Write Now! #16, also shipping this month! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #24
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 24

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    Superstar artist Michael Golden takes center stage in an all-new interview examining 'Golden's Oldies': Micronauts, The 'Nam, and Dr. Strange! There's more Dr. Strange in this magic-themed issue: Gene Colan and Paul Smith talk 'Pro2Pro' about the Master of the Mystic Arts, Frank Brunner discusses his unforgettable stint drawing the Sorcerer Supreme, and Carl Potts and Kevin Nowlan are among the talents featured in a Dr. Strange Art Gallery! Plus: Bill Willingham's Elementals, a Zatanna history, Dr. Fate's revival, DC's Silverblade and Amethyst, a 'Greatest Stories Never Told' look at Peter Pan, and a tribute to the late, great Marshall Rogers! There's also art by and commentary from Terry Austin, Cary Bates, Steve Englehart, Keith Giffen, Craig Hamilton, Mike Leeke, George Pérez, and a magical Dr. Strange cover by Michael Golden! Edited by Michael Eury. Includes a free Preview of Rough Stuff #6! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #25
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 25

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    Go behind the scenes of Iron Man's influential '80s run by Bob Layton and David Michelinie, and steel yourself for Rich Buckler's first-ever interview about his cyborg creation Deathlok the Demolisher! Also: Mike Grell on the Warlord, John Byrne on ROG 2000, Charlton's Six Million Dollar Man and Bionic Woman comics, Marvel's Machine Man, and DC's Steel, The Indestructible Man. Plus: 'Backstage Pass' looks at 1979's Legends of the Super-Heroes TV specials starring Adam West and Burt Ward! Plus, art and commentary from Jack Kirby, Barry Windsor-Smith, Don Heck, George Tuska, and more. With a riveting Iron Man cover by Bob Layton! Includes a free preview of Draw! #15! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #26
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 26

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    'Spies and Tough Guys' take no prisoners in Back-Issue! Paul Gulacy and Doug Moench reunite for an art-packed 'Pro2Pro' interview examining Master of Kung Fu and their other collaborations - while 'Greatest Stories Never Told' blows the lid off their unrealized Shang-Chi/Nick Fury crossover! DC's hard-hitting '80s super-team, Suicide Squad, also gets the spotlight, with John Ostrander, Bob Greenberger, Luke McDonnell, Jerry Bingham, and Karl Kesel. Plus: Max Allan Collins and Terry Beatty talk Ms. Tree; Chuck Dixon and Tim Truman's Airboy; James Bond and Mr. T in comic books; Sgt. Rock's oddball super-hero team-ups; private eye Nathaniel Dusk; and Joe Kubert's unpublished series The Redeemer. All this, behind an eye-popping Black Widow cover by Paul Gulacy! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #27
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 27

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    The turbulent waters of the '70s/'80s career of DC's King of the Seven Seas, Aquaman, are explored, as are those of his Marvel counterpart, Prince Namor the Sub-Mariner. Mike W. Barr and Brian Bolland discuss King Arthur and Camelot 3000 in an exclusive 'Pro2Pro' interview, a variety of comics pros tell us 'Why Jack Kirby Was King,' and we ask the question, 'Dr. Doom: Monarch or Menace?' Also: Don McGregor's Prince T'Challa, the Black Panther; an all-new interview with Alan Weiss; spotlights on Arion, Lord of Atlantis; Baron Winters and the Night Force; King Kong; and the artist formerly and currently known as Prince. Featuring art and/or commentary by Jim Aparo, Marv Wolfman, Gene Colan, Paul Kupperberg, and others! Cover by Nick Cardy. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #28
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 28

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    Shake down the dirty laundry of men in tights in this special 'Heroes Behaving Badly' issue! The Hulk and the Thing - why can't they get along? Heavy-hitting interview subjects Herb Trimpe and Ron Wilson share their thoughts. We reopen the 'Trial of the Flash,' blow the lid off John Byrne's heroes who cross the line, and duck for cover as Teen Titan Terra, Kid Miracleman, and Mark Shaw Manhunter go bad! Also: Mike W. Barr on 'Batman and Son,' the B&W Ramgaging Hulk magazine, the Hulk's U.K. comic, and a new chapter in Bob Rozakis' fantasy history of AA Comics! With contributions by Marv Wolfman, George Pérez, Carmine Infantino, Jim Shooter, David Lloyd, Phil Jimenez, Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, and others. And Iron Man hits the bottle in an all-new, utterly intoxicating cover by Darwyn Cooke! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #29
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 29

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    Len Wein, Dave Cockrum, and Roy Thomas dusted off the B-list X-Men in 1975 and elevated it to A-list status, and Back Issue follows its 1970s/1980s success and spin-offs in this special 'Mutants' issue! Look at the X-Men work of Chris Claremont, John Byrne, Paul Smith, and John Romita, Jr.; Ann Nocenti and Arthur Adams' Longshot; Bob McLeod's and Bill Sienkiewicz's New Mutants; the UK's Captain Britain series; the Beast as the first breakout mutant; the lost Angel stories; the return of the original X-Men in X-Factor; and a 'Greatest Stories Never Told' revelation of Nightcrawler's 'original' father! Plus: a history of DC's mutant, Captain Comet, and a new chapter in Bob Rozakis' fantasy history of AA Comics! With a rarely seen X-Men cover by Dave Cockrum! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #30
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 30

    Tune into your favorite Saturday Morning Heroes of yesteryear, headlined by the 1970s' Shazam! comics revival and TV show - including interviews with television Captain Marvels Jackson Bostwick and John Davey, and a look at Elliot S! Maggin and Alex Saviuk's lost sequel to the 1974 Superman/'Captain Thunder' battle! Also, Space Ghost interviews with the legendary Gary Owens (the voice of Space Ghost) and artist Steve Rude; Marv Wolfman's guest editorial about the Ruby-Spears Superman cartoon series; Super Friends in comics and on television; the unproduced fourth wave of Super Powers action figures; ElectraWoman and DynaGirl; Astro Boy; and the latest chapter in Bob Rozakis' fantasy history of AA Comics! Plus, Adam Hughes pays tribute to the Rocketeer's Dave Stevens! With art by C.C. Beck, Dave Cockrum, Gil Kane, Ken Steacy, Alex Toth, and an all-new cover painting of Jackson Bostwick as Captain Marvel by Alex Ross! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #31
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 31

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    Back Issue salutes the comics and animation career of the late, great, and groundbreaking writer Steve Gerber, beginning with an in-depth look at his most famous creation, Howard the Duck. Plus, 'Gerber's Gruesomes' (Marvel horror series such as Man-Thing), Omega the Unknown, 'Gerber in the Marvel Universe' (offbeat superhero work, from Defenders to Foolkiller), Crazy! Magazine, Metal Men, Mister Miracle, and the animated television favorite Thundarr the Barbarian. An all-star lineup of comics and cartoon creators pay tribute to Steve Gerber, with art by and commentary from Frank Brunner, Rich Buckler, Gene Colan, Michael Golden, Stan Lee, Paul Levitz, Pablo Marcos, Val Mayerik, Jim Mooney, Martin Pasko, Mike Ploog, Dave Simons, Roger Slifer, Walt Simonson, Ron Wilson, and many, many others. And Howard the Duck turns barbarian in a cover painting by Frank Brunner! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #32
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 32

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    Back Issue downloads comics' 'Tech, Data, and Hardware,' beginning with The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe, courtesy of Eliot R. Brown (who also relives Mighty Marvel Moments of the '70s and '80s), while Marv Wolfman, Len Wein, and Bob Greenberger discuss the origins of DC's Who's Who, and Alex Saviuk, Joe Staton, and Ethan Van Sciver compare notes on 'Drawing Green Lantern: Then and Now.' Also: an Ed Hannigan Art Gallery, an in-depth history of ROM: Spaceknight, the story of Bill Mantlo, Dial H for Hero, Superhero Costumes, Richie Rich's Inventions, and Who's Who entries for Bob Rozakis' AA Comics heroes! And you techies and Spider-Man fans will love Back Issue's Spider-Mobile schematic cover by Eliot Brown and Dusty Abell! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #33
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 33

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    Get ready for action, angst, and acne as Teen Heroes crash Back Issue! Cover-featured are the Teen Titans, examined in their 1970's adventures and their fan-favorite 1980's revival, featuring the talents of Eduardo Barreto, Nick Cardy, José Luis Garcia-Lopez, George Pérez, Bob Rozakis, George Tuska, and Marv Wolfman. Also, Mike Baron and Butch Guice talk 'Pro2Pro' about The Flash' an interview with television's Billy Batson, actor Michael Gray; the second part of the Steve Skeates interview (continuing from Alter Ego #84); histories of Firestar, Kitty Pryde, Nova, and Power Girl; a star-studded art gallery of the Legion of Super-Heroes; and more! All this comes behind an incredible New Teen Titans cover by George Pérez, colored by Gene Ha! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #34
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 34

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    Experience a 'New World Order' in Back-Issue, featuring the soul-searching story of Adam Warlock and the behind-the-scenes history of the revolutionary Miracleman with Alan Davis and Garry Leach. Jim Shooter stands tall in an exclusive interview, the 'Following the Man' roundtable catches up with Marvel's post-Stan Lee Editors-in-Chief, and we look back at Marvel's New Universe. Also, Dick Giordano and Pat Bastienne revisit Crisis on Infinite Earths, and we reveal 'The Post-Crisis DC Universe You Didn't See!' Plus: Comments from Roy Thomas & Jim Starlin (Adam Warlock), William F. Nolan, George Perez & David Anthony Kraft (Logan's Run), Bob Wiacek (Star Wars, Star-Lord), David Michelinie (Star Hunters), Dez Skinn (Marvelman), Steve Skeates (interview, part 3), Eliot R. Brown, Howard Mackie & Ron Frenz, and The Art of Marvel Slurpee Cups. Cover by Jim Starlin. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #35
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 35

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    The retro reprobates of the 1970's and 1980's get their due in this all-villains issue. Mike Zeck and J.M. DeMatteis discuss the shocking 'Kraven's Last Hunt' in an exclusive interview, while the haphazard history of the horrific Hobgoblin is exposed. Plus, The Joker's short-lived series, a Magneto biography, a look at Lex Luthor's and Brainiac's makeovers, and more. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #36
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 36

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    Monsters make mayhem in Back Issue and its triple-terror treatment of Frankenstein, with Bernie Wrightson's fascination with the Mary Shelley classic, a look at Marvel's Monster of Frankenstein, and a 'Frankenstein in Comics' timeline.Sink your teeth into history of Vampirella and Morbius the Living Vampire. Plus, Swamp Thing, Anton Arcane and his Un-Men, Man-Bat, and many more. Cover by Earl Norem. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #37
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 37

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    Comics go to war! On the frontlines are Joe Kubert and Robert Kanigher's Sgt. Rock adventures, Mark Evanier and Dan Spiegle's Blackhawk, and George Pratt's Enemy Ace. Plus: Unknown Soldier, Wonder Woman's return to WWII, the Invaders, Combat Kelly, Vietnam Journal, Sad Sack, the Joe Kubert School, and the Marvel School! Bonus: 'The Other Side of War' examines comics starring real-life heroes Mother Teresa and Pope John Paul.With a scintillating Sgt. Rock cover by Joe Kubert! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #38
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 38

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    Back Issue spotlights an in-depth look at John Byrne's influential, much-reprinted work on Fantastic Four - featuring a Norman Rockwell-inspired Thing and Franklin Richards cover by Byrne! Plus, Louise Simonson, June Brigman, and Jon Bogdanove go 'Pro2Pro' on Power Pack, Paul Levitz and Joe Staton reflect upon the Huntress, and art and artist's commentary from the likes of Rich Buckler, Kurt Busiek, and others. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #39
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 39

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    Back Issue ushers in Spring with some of comics' funniest 'April Fools'! Keith Giffen and Robert Loren Fleming chat 'Pro2Pro' about Ambush Bug, while John Byrne's She-Hulk smashes the fourth wall. And Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham hogs the cover, penciled by the late Mike Wieringo in 2007 and inked in 2009 by Karl Kesel. Also: all-new interviews with cartoonists Fred Hembeck, Alan Kupperberg, Flaming Carrot's Bob Burden, and that indie man of heartache, David Chelsea. Plus histories of Spider-Ham, Forbush-Man, Reid Fleming - World's Toughest Milkman, MAD magazine in the 1970s, and Marvel's MAD knockoffs. With art by and/or commentary from David Boswell, Dick DeBartolo, Tom DeFalco, Al Feldstein, Al Jaffe, Stan lee, Dave Sim, and more! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #40
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 40

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    'Cat People' claw their way into Back Issue, as Catwoman's Bronze Age good kitty/bad kitty conversion is explored, as are the histories of Black Cat, Patsy Walker: Hellcat, Vixen, Atlas Comics' cat-heroes Tiger-Man and Cougar, Marvel's White Tiger and the Sons of the Tiger, and comics' punchiest pussycat, Wildcat! Now with 16 color pages each issue! Cover price $7.95.

  • Issue #41
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 41

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    Celebrates Independence Day with the 'Red, White, and Blue' issue, saluting comics' most popular patriots! Captain America gets a star-studded study, with articles examining his Bronze Age highlights as well as the Red Skull's history. Plus, Howard Chaykin's groundbreaking American Flagg, Wonder Woman, the Freedom Fights, and Team America. Cover price $7.95.

  • Issue #42
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 42

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    DC Comics' latest movie star, Jonah Hex, headlines our 'Wild West' issue, in a rare interview with the bounty hunter's long-time writer, Michael Fleisher, plus art galore by Tony DeZuniga, Luis Dominguez, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Keith Giffen, Ed Hannigan, and a posse of popular artists! Plus Scout, the Two-Gun Kid, the Rawhide Kid, Dick Ayers' original Ghost Rider, DC's Weird Westerns, Red Wolf, Caleb Hammer, Charlton's Westerns, and the Vigilante's 1970s revival. Cover price $7.95.

  • Issue #43
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 43

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    This issue of Back Issue features jungle and barbarian characters that are 'Born To Be Wild'! Shanna fans will be bedazzled by a star-studded line-up of creators who tell all about the She-Devil and a Shanna art gallery including pinups by John Byrne, Michael Lopez, Aaron Lopresti, Jason Pearson, and Stephane Roux. Then, Bruce Jones and Brent Anderson speak 'Pro2Pro' about Ka-Zar the Savage and barbarian go-to guy Larry Hama is spotlighted in an exclusive interview. Plus: Beowulf, Claw the Unconquered, Korg 70,000 B.C., Red Sonja, Rima the Jungle Girl, and Steven Alan Payne asks: Was Conan a racist? With art and/or commentary by Brian Azzarello, Pat Boyette, Ernie Chan, Peter B. Gillis, Paul Gulacy, Gerard Jones, Joe Kubert, David Michelinie, Nestor Redondo, Carol Seuling, Louise Simonson, Roy Thomas, and Barry Windsor-Smith! All this, and a jaw-dropping Shanna cover by Frank Cho! Cover price $7.95.

  • Issue #44
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 44

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    'Spider-Man in the Bronze Age' explores many of the Marvel Comics' webslinger's most memorable moments. The 'drug issues,' the resurrections of Green Goblin and Gwen Stacy, Marvel Team-Up, Spectacular Spider-Man, the CBS and Japanese television series, the newspaper strip, the Clone Saga, an interview with Gerry Conway, and a vintage cover by Bob Larkin. Plus: An original illustration of the Scarlet Spider by Steven Butler; color illustrations by John Romita, Sr., Steve Rude and Joe Jusko in the centerspread; a checklist of Spider-Man's Bronze Age guest appearances outside of his own series; interviews with Stan Lee, Jean Thomas, Jim Salicrup, Larry Lieber and Fred Kida; Spider-Man Power Records; clones are discussed by Steven Butler, Mark Bagley, Howard Mackie, Tom DeFalco, J.M. DeMatteis, Glenn Greenberg and Danny Fingeroth. Cover price $7.95.

  • Issue #45
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 45

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    This issue features 'Odd Couples,' headlined by an in-depth look at Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams' award-winning, groundbreaking run on Green Lantern/Green Arrow - plus an examination of the real-life events that inspired these relevant stories. The unusual pairing of one of Marvel's hottest writers of the '70s with DC's Justice League of America is explored in an exclusive interview with Steve Englehart. Also: Daredevil and Black Widow, Power Man and Iron Fist, The Vision and The Scarlet Witch, Cloak and Dagger, and... Aquaman and Deadman (?!). With art by and/or commentary from Terry Austin, Gene Colan, Gerry Conway, Denys Cowan, Dick Dillin, Richard Howell, Rick Leonardi, Steve Skeates, and more! Plus a glorious re-creation of the cover of Green Lantern #76 by Neal Adams! Edited by Michael Eury. Cover price $7.95.

  • Issue #46
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 46

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    This issue spotlights 'The Greatest Stories Never Told,' loaded with rare and previously unpublished art! Mike Grell reveals how his 'Savage Empire' strip became DC Comics' The Warlord, Danny Fingeroth and Al Milgrom open the vault to reveal pages from the aborted Fantastic Four graphic novel Fathers and Sons, and we go beyond John Byrne's Last Galactus Story. PLUS: Ramona Fradon recalls what went wrong with the unpublished fifth issue of Marvel's The Cat; Whatever Happened to Warlock #16? Alan Weiss and Jim Starlin reveal the tale of this comic-book cosmic oddity; The Mystery of the Captain America Musical - The Star-Spangled Sentinel...live, on stage?; How the Batman Nearly Stepped Out of the Mainstream and into Independent Comics - Steve Englehart and Marshall Rogers almost took DC's Dark Detective to Mike Friedrich's indy house; Pandora Pann's Lost Adventures - Who closed the lid on this Len Wein/Ross Andru title?; Rejected cover art: Ms. Marvel #4 by John Buscema, Hot Wheels #1 by Alex Toth; The Black Canary Miniseries That Never Took Flight - Greg Weisman blows the whistle on his unpublished collaboration with Mike Sekowsky; The Aquaman Sequel That Wasn't - This anticipated follow-up to the Neal Pozner/Craig Hamilton miniseries was deep-sixed; Batman/Mask (with Clayface) promo image by Dev Madan; Bret Blevins on The Wolf Man - Dark Horse's Universal Monsters one-shots had one conspicuously missing monster; Miracleman Triumphant - Fred Burke, Mike Deodato and Jason Temujin Minor lament this Eclipse Comics casualty. Cover price $7.95.

  • Issue #47
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 47

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    Back Issue published the final interview ever with the late, great Dave Stevens. Also includes interviews with Peter David, Mike Gold, Luke McDonnell, Mark Verheiden, Howard Chaykin & Denny O'Neil. Also, the film version of Stevens' The Rocketeer is discussed by Danny Bilson and Paul DeMeo. Plus, The Phantom, Indiana Jones, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Dominic Fortune, Sherlock Holmes, and many more. Cover price $7.95.

  • Issue #48
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 48

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    Back Issue resurrects 'Dead Heroes'! The man behind the Death of Captain Marvel graphic novel, Jim Starlin, discusses his remarkable career in a lavishly-illustrated exclusive interview. Also, Deadman after Neal Adams, the Jason Todd Robin, the death and resurrection of The Flash and Elektra, and the many deaths of Aunt May! Cover price $7.95.

  • Issue #49
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 49

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    Flash back to the early Bronze Age: Relevance in comics, Planet of the Apes, DC Salutes the Bicentennial, Richard Dragon: Kung-Fu Fighter, FOOM, and Amazing World of DC Comics, groundbreaking new formats, Fireside Books' reprints, Fast Willie Jackson, Marvel Comics calendars, Captain Sticky, and a countdown of the Bronze Age's Biggest Events. Featuring interviews with/comments by Howard Chaykin, Gerry Conway, J.M. DeMatteis, Steve Englehart, Dennis O'Neil, Roy Thomas, Jim Salicrup, Jack C. Harris, Neal Adams, Doug Moench & Bert Fitzgerald. Deathlok cover by Rich Buckler & John Beatty. Cover price $7.95.

  • Issue #50
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 50

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    Back Issue #50 is a special 50th Anniversary issue spotlighting 'Batman in the Bronze Age' with the entire issue in full-color! Denny O'Neil, Neal Adams, and Paul Levitz discuss Batman in the 1970s and beyond in a 'Pro2Pro' roundtable. Also: In Praise of Jim Aparo, Batman's Unsung Creators (David V. Reed, Bob Brown, Ernie Chan, and John Calnan), Joker's Daughter, Batman Family, Nocturna, Untold Legend of the Batman, Batman collected editions, Batman in the early 1980s, and The Dark Knight Returns. Cover price $8.95.