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2099 Unlimited (1993) comic books

  • Issue #1
    2099 Unlimited (1993) 1

    Cover by Chris Wozniak. 1st app of Hulk 2099 in "Nothing Ever Changes," script by Evan Skolnik, pencils by Chris Wozniak, inks by Chris Ivy; Mutagen is planning on eliminating Homo-inferior; as he calls normal humans; for starters he chooses the hospital one of Spider-Mans friends is in; It is a long hard battle but Spidey is victorious in the end, though Mutagen does get away. Untitled story, script by Gerard Jones, art by Dwayne Turner; Hulk comes out of a six day anger binge to find that his current project at work has been reassigned due to his absence; While researching his next job he comes across evidence that leads him to discover a contract on Naomi. 68 pgs., full color. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #1-CASSIGNED
    2099 Unlimited (1993) 1-CASSIGNED

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    Catch A Star Signed Edition. Signed and numbered by Chris Wozniak and limited to 5,000 copies. Includes a certificate of authenticity from Catch A Star Collectibles.

    "Nothing Ever Changes"; Evan Skolnick script; Chris Wozniak art; Chris Ivy inks; Steve Dutro letters; Marie Severin colors; 1st app of Hulk 2099; Spider-Man 2099 app; 2nd Feature of Hulk 2099; Gerard Jones script; Dwayne Turner art; Starkings letters; Tom Smith colors; Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #2
    2099 Unlimited (1993) 2

    Cover art by Joe Brozowski (as J. J. Birch). "Thirty Mile Mall," script by Gerard Jones, pencils by Dwayne Turner, inks by Dwayne Turner and Kyle Baker; Hulk 2099 battles Mall-Trolls in a giant mall to save Quirk while hunting for Gawain to save him from the Knights of Banner. "Remote Control," script by Evan Skolnik, pencils by Chris Wozniak, inks by John Lowe; Spider-Man 2099 must overcome mind-control programming to keep from killing a man, and save himself from Poncho, Recoil, and Tarp, who are after the mind-control technology. "Hoisted on his Own Petard," script and art by Bob Fingerman; Street kids help a local merchant who is being pressured by organized crime. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #3
    2099 Unlimited (1993) 3

    Cover art by Joe Brozowski (as J. J. Birch). "Water God," script by Gerard Jones, pencils by Joe Brozowski (as J. J. Birch), inks by Bobby Rae; Hulk 2099 saves several refugees from Water God near the California Border. "Sparechanges," script by Evan Skolnik, pencils by Chris Wozniak, inks by Chris Ivy; Spider-Man 2099 battles Mutagen at Helix Systems, while trying to keep his identity safe from Anna, who is injured but not killed during the fight. "Kid Current, Online," script and art by Ned Sonntag; humorous sci-fi story starring Duke Stratosphere, Cursor, Scrappy, Kid Current, Nikola Tesla, Crazy Bear, Virtual Voodoo, Queen Creole, Leni Kalehaleha, and Tyler Stone. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #4
    2099 Unlimited (1993) 4

    1st Warren Ellis work at Marvel. Cover art by Paul Ryan. "Hammer's Echo," script by Gerard Jones, pencils by Joe Brozowski (as J. J. Birch), inks by Mark McKenna; Hulk 2099 and the Thorites battle Sigurd, only to find that Sigurd was actually a failed medical experiment and not really a true foe of Valhalla. Untitled story, script by Warren Ellis, art by D'Israeli; Metal Scream tries to acquire the Hand of Tiamet before evil can get its hands on it but arrives to late and battles Pain Queen thinking that she was the one that killed Pylon when it was in fact Necrosis who killed Pylon and took the hand; Metal Scream later finds and lobotomizes Necrosis. Untitled story, script by Ian Edgington, art by David Klein; Lachryma 2099's origin story. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #5
    2099 Unlimited (1993) 5

    "Never Let Go," script by Gerard Jones, pencils by Joe Brozowski (as J.J. Birch), inks by Fred Harper; Hulk 2099 must rescue his sister Marian from a fake kidnapping by Vulx (a guy who looks a lot like Lobo.... Hmmmmmmm). "Everything you Always Wanted to Know About Duke Stratosphere but were Afraid to Ask," script by John Moore, art by Kyle Baker; The origin of Duke Stratosphere is told - or is it? "Now Playing," script by Michael Jan Friedman, pencils by Gino DeCicco, inks by Don Hudson; A Virtual Reality character is brought to life by ionic energy, and he goes after the director who "killed" him, and the corporations that control the people. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #6
    2099 Unlimited (1993) 6

    "The Price of Perfection," script by Gerard Jones, art by Khato; Hulk 2099 and Quirk battles the Golden One and his monsters to save Gawain. Untitled story, script by Michael Jan Friedman, pencils by Matt Ryan, inks by Gary Martin; A young inventor uses his robotic armor to save a new friend from a rampaging corporate spy; Galahad 2099 introduction. "The Most Fateful Trip," script by Michael Jan Friedman, art by Marie Severin; In order to escape a trap and free Doom and Fortune, Wire enters a cyber-reality based on old TV shows; A guy on a flying, interdimensional surfboard; Doom 2099, people who resemble The Beverly Hillbillies, The Honeymooners, Get Smart, Mr. Ed, & Bewitched app; Who writes this goofy stuff? 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #7
    2099 Unlimited (1993) 7

    Cover pencils by Edmund Bagwell (as Edmund Perryman), inks by Robin Riggs. "Mirrors," script by Terry Kavanagh, pencils by Edmund Bagwell (as Edmund Perryman), inks by Steve Moncuse; Doom 2099 is presented with a possible past where he was a heroic protector of America. "Opening Night or The Play's the Thing," script by Dan Slott, pencils by Rebecca Guay, inks by Joe Rubinstein; A group with Shakespearean manners and costumes take down a crime boss in a bad part of town. "Old Red-Eyes Is Back," script by Warren Ellis, art by D'Israeli; Metalscream battles and defeats Darkcore, but is hurt badly in the process; Litany Kirpatrick plugs Metalscream into a healing machine, but must hold off the Red Hermitage until he can recover; Once he does, Metalscream uses a powerful blast to finish off the Red Hermitage. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #8
    2099 Unlimited (1993) 8

    Cover art by Joe Brozowski (as J.J. Birch). "Public Enemy Number One," script by Pat Mills and Tony Skinner, pencils by Malcolm Davis, inks by Chris Ivy; Public Enemy tries to move on from his mission, but when he sees a corrupt republic all around him, he can't resist fighting back; But that gets the attention of White Dog the Public Defender; Public Enemy stops White Dog, who killed all of the other Red Dogs like Public Enemy. "Behind the Eight Ball," script by Terry Kavanagh, art by Max Douglas; Spider-Man 2099 battles the Data Pirate; The Data Pirate steals to feed his family - or does he? "Rumors of War," script and art by Ernie Colon; Doom disguises himself and goes among his people; There he learns one of his generals has launched an ethnic war against the gypsies Doom himself was borne from; In turn, he learns of a legendary hero who defends the gypsies; But not all is as it seems. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #9
    2099 Unlimited (1993) 9

    Cover art by Joe Kubert. "Night of the Impaler," script by Matthew Mora (plot) and Nancy Collins (script), pencils by Joe St. Pierre, inks by Bard Vancata; Spider-Man 2099 learns that an evil corporation has sent Vlad the Impaler to kidnap an O'Hara, and has to figure out which one before Vlad does the deed. "The Secrets of Spider-Man 2099," script by Jon Peterson, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Al Williamson; We are reintroduced to the origin and cast of characters of Spider-Man 2099. "Steel Rain," script by Warren Ellis, art by Gary Erskine; A young engineer must integrate her invention--a liquid metal armor--into her body to escape a rival corporation that wants to kill her for it; That leads her to battle Saint Carcrash before finding the man who ordered her death. "The Dump," script and art by Rick Parker; In a post-apocalyptic future, two scavengers find a storage unit full of comic books; Amazing Spider-Man #33 & # 39 app...yeah, it's a story about future people finding a bunch of comics....and it's BARBARIC! 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #10
    2099 Unlimited (1993) 10

    Cover pencils by Jim Fern, inks by Scott Koblish. "Chameleon 2099," script by Len Wein, pencils by Andrew Wildman, inks by Stephen Baskerville; Spider-Man 2099 must track down the source of a new street drug that transforms its users into monsters. "Machina Jones," script by Nancy Collins, art by Gary Erskine; While on a job, Machina Jones barely avoids being assassinated; Her near-killer turns out to be a remote-controlled "meat puppet"; Jones gets the enslaved assassin some help, and then uncovers a plot to create living trademarks. "R-Gang vs the Gargantuoid or Pride Before the Fall," script and art by Bob Fingerman; The gang has to stop a giant robot set to evict everyone in their neighborhood. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $3.95.