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Geeksville (1999 3 Finger Prints) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Geeksville (1999 3 Finger Prints) 1

    Stories by Rich Koslowski, Gary Sassaman, and Al Armstrong. Art by Rich Koslowski, Gary Sassaman, and Mike Bianco. Cover by Rich Koslowski. The 3 Geeks are back, and this time they brought some friends! In a trio of stories, Rich Koslowski gives readers a "backwards" day featuring the 3 Geeks (inspired by his favorite Seinfeld episode!) while Gary Sassaman's "Smoke" story featuring Innocent Bystander and Al Armstrong's first "True Tales From the Comic Shop" rounds out the issue. 24 pages, B&W, standard paper. Cover price $2.75. NOTE: Nominated for three 1999 Eisner Awards. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #2
    Geeksville (1999 3 Finger Prints) 2

    Stories and art by Rich Koslowski and Gary Sassaman. Cover by Rich Koslowski. Special Halloween issue! In this issue, read the true story of creator Rich Koslowsi's getting stabbed at a Halloween party in 1988 by a drug-crazed part crasher. The story details the events of the party, the stabbings, and the trial all told from Koslowski's unique point of view. Also featured in this issue is a fun 3 Geeks Halloween story showing them trick-or-treating well past the age they should be and discovering a house giving away free comic books. Also, a wonderfully rendered halloween story by the talented Gary Sassaman! 24 pages, B&W, standard paper. Cover price $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #3
    Geeksville (1999 3 Finger Prints) 3

    Stories by Rich Koslowski, Gary Sassaman, and John Griffin. Art by Rich Koslowski, Gary Sassaman, and John Gallagher. Cover by Gary Sassaman. In this special Christmas issue, creator Gary Sassaman tells a charming story about Stan and Ollie, his beloved cats. Also creator Rich Koslowski's very first poem featuring the 3 Geeks as well as the first installment of the hilarious "Y2K, A & J" storyline, which continues in Geeksville #0. In this story, see Jim's reaction to the Y2K scare and the fallout shelter he plans on living in. The boys, of course, convince Jim to allow them to live in there with him! Also included in this issue is a "True Tales From The Comic Shop" story illustrated by the wonderful John Gallagher of BUZZBOY fame. This issue was the last Geeksville issue published by 3 Finger Prints and continues in Volume 2 from Image Comics. 24 pages, B&W, standard paper. Cover price $2.75. Cover price $2.75.