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Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 1

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff poses as a rich family's cat but the rich life isn't all that it's made out to be in "The Cat-Napping Caper." Script by Joe Edwards and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Goes Hollywood," Heathcliff gets jealous of Marvin Cat, the star of the Liver Lumps commercials. Script by Hal Smith and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $0.65.

  • Issue #2
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 2

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff and Iggy come across a treasure map and decide to find it but that turns out to be more difficult than they thought in "Captain Katt's Treasure." Script by H. Smith & Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Mousecapades," Heathcliff is in trouble and has only one chance to do better with his mouse catching. Script by Dave Manak and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. And in "Ghost in the Outfield," Heathcliff has to retrieve a baseball that landed in a haunted house. Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $0.65.

  • Issue #3
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 3

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, the family has won a trip to London and Heathcliff wants to go but cats have to be quarantined before they can enter England. So Heathcliff has to sneak around on the family trip in "The Case of the Looney London Adventure." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "The Tragic Magic Lamp," Heathcliff finds a magic lamp and gets some wishes. But the wishes don't turn out very well. Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $0.65.

  • Issue #4
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 4

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, when Iggy gets sick and can't go to the circus, Heathcliff brings the circus to him in "A Day at the Circus." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Mouse Sitter," Heathcliff's conscience persuades him to help out a young mouse. Script by Dave Manak and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. And in "Bars and Stripes," Heathcliff has to figure out a way to visit his Dad in prison. Script by Angelo DeCesare & Jim Salicrup and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $0.65.

  • Issue #5
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 5

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, tired of Heathcliff's antics, the family decides to try out a fantastic computerized cat that will do everything in "ComputaCat." Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Tale of Two Kitties," Heathcliff learns the lesson about how looks can be deceiving. Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. And in "The Birthday Surprise, Heathcliff and Iggy try to figure out a way to get a birthday present for Marcy and end up with some stolen property. Script by Dick Malmgren and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $0.65.

  • Issue #6
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 6

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff causes Santa Claus to have an accident and then has to help deliver Christmas presents in "Santa Claws." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. In "Operation Baby Bait," Grandma gets robbed and Heathcliff resolves to do something about it. Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Issue also has Iggy's version of the classic story "A Visit from St. Nicholas." Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $0.65.

  • Issue #7
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 7

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, while on a nature hike with Ranger Roger, Heathcliff and Iggy find Big Foot. But Big Foot isn't exactly like all of the legends have described in "The Return of Big Foot." Script by Michael Gallagher and art by John Costanza & Jacqueline Roettcher. In "Elasticat," Heathcliff gets a cat food sample that causes strange effects. Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #8
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 8

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff and Iggy check out the new toys and have fun in the Toy Galaxy, 50 floors of nothing but toys and games in "Adventures in the Toy Galaxy." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "The Legend of Lake Nish," Heathcliff and Grandpa encounter more than fish while visiting what they think is the perfect fishing spot. Script by Nate Butler and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #9
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 9

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff and Grandpa are stranded way out in the middle of nowhere when a tire on the car goes flat and they wind up in the middle of feud in "Blow Out." Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Down for the Count," Heathcliff has to battle Count Catula who has abducted Sonja. Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. And in "Bug Off," Heathcliff has to overcome a tracker that the mice have put on him. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Tony Franco & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #10
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 10

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, when Iggy and Heathcliff go on a fishing trip in Salty's boat, they end up on an island with a hidden treasure in "The Haunted Lighthouse." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. In "Sonja Moves Away," Sonja's owners get fed up with her late nights out with Heathcliff. So they resolve to move away. But Heathcliff has other ideas. Script by Nate Butler and art by John Costanza & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #11
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 11

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff meets Chubbs and Sprocket, the vice mice, who are in pursuit of the Big Boss Bilge-Rat who is behind the theft of green cheese found on the moon. So Heathcliff lends the law a hand in "Vice Mice." Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. In "A Giant of a Time," Heathcliff has to be taught a lesson about teasing others about their size. Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Milton Knight & Jacqueline Roettcher. In "Invisible Cat," Heathcliff takes advantage of some newly acquired invisibility. Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jon D'Agostino. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #12
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 12
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    • Paper: White
    • Direct Edition
    • Label #71E882-252
  • Issue #13
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 13

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff and Iggy are going to a special night and costume contest at a movie theater. But all is not as advertised at the theater in "Fright Day at the Bijou." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. And in "Aces High," Heathcliff and Iggy learn the value of teamwork. Script by George Gladir and art by Angelo DeCesare & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #14
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 14

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. While visiting a museum in a desert, Heathcliff and the gang have to deal with the curse of an Indian tribe that specialized in practical jokes in "Curse of the Whoopies." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. And in "That's Snow Biz," Heathcliff makes a snowman that magically comes to life. Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #15
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 15

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff acts like the perfect cat while he is the subject of TV special report on cats. But everyone else knows better in "Special Live-Wire Report." Script by Laura Hitchcock and art by Angelo DeCesare & Ruth Leon. In "Greed All About It," Heathcliff learns about the consequences of greed. Script by Mike Gallagher and art by Howard Post & Roberta Edelman. And in "Getting Down," Heathcliff gets involved in an escape plot while visiting his dad in prison. Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Howard Post & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #16
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 16

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Chubbs and Sprockett, the vice mice who first appeared in issue #11, return and they are on another case. This time someone has stolen the Florida Keys and the chief suspects are the Hood Robin Gang and Heathcliff is eager to help in "Return of the Vice Mice." Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. And in "Wet Paint," Heathcliff makes fun of Grandpa's painting but then learns about how valuable paintings can be. Script by J. Edwards and art by Warren Kremer. In "Father and Sun," Heathcliff's dad escapes from prison and reunites with Heathcliff at the beach. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #17
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 17

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. While on a very strict diet of only six meals a day, Heathcliff comes across a super vitamin that gives him amazing abilities. And does he use those abilities to fight crime and do good? No, Heathcliff uses them to get more food and snacks in "The Masked Moocher." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jon D'Agostino. Then in "Called on the Carpet," Heathcliff finds a magic carpet and gets led on a great adventure. Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Howard Post & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #18
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 18
  • Issue #19
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 19

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff and the gang visit Nutmeg Castle, the home of the ancient Nutmeg ancestors and the site proves to be a source for mystery and adventure for the gang in "Knightmare at Nutmeg Castle." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Issue also has "Stream of Consciences" in which Heathcliff has to decide whether or not to let his conscience be his guide. Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Howard Post & Ruth Leon. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #20
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 20
  • Issue #21
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 21

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff and Iggy discover a plot to kidnap Dynamo, the world's most exciting dog and star of movies and TV, and end up in a wild chase in the Citrus T.V. Studios in "Lost in T.V. Land." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Whatever Floats Your Boat," Heathcliff learns how it is better to make friends than enemies Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #22
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 22

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, after seeing Heathcliff's abilities at disguising himself, a top secret organization recruits him to rescue a captured agent in "The Spy With Orange Fur (And Fish on His Breath)." Script by Dave Manak and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Pop Comes Home," Heathcliff is reunited with his dad. Script by Dave Manak and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Issue also has a Top Dog story "On the Road" in which Top Dog, while on his own, helps out a ventriloquist down on his luck. Script by Dave Manak and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #23
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 23

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, while playing war games with the kids, Heathcliff get wrapped up in some bandages and then is mistaken for a mummy in an Egyptian exhibit in "Mummy's Box." Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Touchdown Tabby," Heathcliff helps out his football team at a big game. Script by Dave Manak and art by Warren Kremer & Ruth Leon. Issue also has a Top Dog story "Going Home" in which Top Dog returns home but discovers that Joey and his family are not there. Script by Dave Manak and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #24
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 24

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff has to hold down the fort while everyone is away and ends up battling a new super powered mouse in "Muscle Mouse." Script by Dave Manak and art by Howard Post & Ruth Leon. Then in "Watch the Birdie," Heathcliff tries to gain entry into a bird sanctuary. Script by Dave Manak and art by Howard Post & Roberta Edelman. Issue also has a Top Dog story "Ghost of a Chance" in which Top Dog helps Joey when he has to spend the night in a haunted house in order to join the Falcon's club. Script by Dave Manak and art by Warren Kremer & Jon D'Agostino. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #25
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 25

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff is mistaken for a missing ambassador and winds up as a prisoner in a spy ring in "Spy in the Sky." Script by Nate Butler and art by Warren Kremer & Roberta Edelman. Then in "Best or Pest," Heathcliff tries to win the Class Pet Pal award at Iggy's school. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Issue also has a Top Dog story "Hats Off" in which Top Dog and Joey find a lot of surprises when they visit their new neighbor. Script by Dave Manak and art by Warren Kremer & Jon D'Agostino. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #26
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 26

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff can't get the things he wants without money. But then his money problems are solved when he wins the lottery in "Thanks ALottery." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Heathcliff and Iggy's Movie," Heathcliff and Iggy make a movie about their day. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Issue also has a Top Dog story "The Bark of Avon" in which Top Dog and Joey have to put up with Melvin Megabucks as the star of a play they are working on. Script by Dave Manak and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #27
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 27

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Grandma wants to be good at a sport and takes up tennis but she needs a coach to help her. Enter Heathcliff in "The Runaway Trainer." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Roberta Edelman. Then in "The Mystery of the Missing Mackerel," Heathcliff and Iggy are private detectives working on a case. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Howard Post & Jacqueline Roettcher. Issue also has a Top Dog story "How to be Pup-ular" in which Top Dog tries to help Joey get to know a girl that he has a crush on. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #28
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 28

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Iggy and Heathcliff want to go to the big baseball game. But Iggy's bad report card may prevent that in "Take Meow to the Ball Game." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "He's Into Video Games," Heathcliff ends up inside of Iggy's new video game. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Ruth Leon. Issue also has a Top Dog story "Beach Blanket Bow-Wow" in which Top Dog tries to go with Joey to a beach that doesn't allow dogs. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #29
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 29

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, on vacation in Florida, Heathcliff runs into Chubbs and Sprockett, the Vice Mice (other Vice Mice appearances in issues #11 and #16) and once again ends up helping them with a case in "Vice Mice Thrice." Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "The Cat-Stronaut," Heathcliff gets the job as official mouse-catcher at the space center and ends up in a ship heading to outer space. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Howard Post & Ruth Leon. Issue also has a Top Dog story "The Gimmick Mimic" in which Top Dog and Joey try to help Charlie's Ice Cream Parlor by loaning the place a robot that Top Dog built. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #30
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 30

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff and Iggy visit a wax museum and discover some strange things going on there in "Mystery of the Wax Museum." Script by Howard Post and art by Howard Post & Roberta Edelman. Then in "Follow the Eater," Heathcliff goes to great lengths to be able to dine at the Golden Guppy Restaurant. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Issue also has a Top Dog story "Rocks in His Head" in which Top Dog tries to help Joey keep a promise to his girl friend Kim. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #31
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 31

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, someone is sneaking around tripping people and Heathcliff meets the culprit, trip-master and outlaw Jack the Tripper, who seems more than a match for Heathcliff in "Jack the Tripper." Script by Laura Hitchcock and art by Howard Post & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Iggy's Comic Book," Heathcliff gets to read the comic book about Heathcliff that Iggy made. Script and art by Angelo DeCesare. Issue also has a Top Dog story "Teacher's Pet" in which Top Dog and Joey have to train a friend's dog on how to be a watch dog. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Roberta Edelman. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #32
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 32

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, in order to pay for a present for grandma, Heathcliff has to stay overnight in a plant shop and take care of the mice. But instead of mice, a strange plant causes problems for Heathcliff in "A Horrible Little Shop." Script by Laura Hitchcock and art by Howard Post & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Acting Up," Heathcliff encounters a mouse film crew who want to make him a star. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Issue also has a Top Dog story "What A Cat-Astrophe" in which Top Dog and Joey have to take care of a cat. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #33
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 33

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff helps out a spy who bungles every mission and can't stay out of trouble in "The Other Bond." Script by Laura Hitchcock and art by Howard Post & Roberta Edelman. Then in "From State Pen to Play Pen," Heathcliff's dad escapes from jail and spends the day disguised as a baby. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Howard Post & Jacqueline Roettcher. Issue also has a Top Dog story "Working Like a Dog" in which Top Dog decides that he wants a career and auditions for a dog food commercial. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #34
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 34
  • Issue #35
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 35

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff is asked to go undercover and infiltrate a highly organized kitty organization that is responsible for a rash of feline felonies in "The Purr Snatchers." Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Howard Post & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Slap-Happy Birthday," Heathcliff plans a big bash for his birthday but Muggsy Faber and Spike decide to crash the party. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Howard Post & Roberta Edelman. Issue also has a Top Dog story "Bark to the Future" in which Top Dog and Joey try to catch some crooks at the county fair. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #36
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 36

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Iggy and Heathcliff mistakenly give Grandpa and Grandma a drink from the fountain of youth and then have to try to keep the newly young grandparents out of trouble in "Bratty and the Beasts." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Future Shock," Heathcliff dreams that he has traveled to the future where it's supposed to be a happier and more exciting place. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Howard Post & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #37
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 37

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff sneaks aboard a yacht with a princely cat on it and then ends up having to be the prince in "The Prince and the Paw-Per." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Roberta Edelman. Issue also has a Top Dog story "Top Hat, White Tie and Tail" in which Top Dog dresses up for a big and exciting night on the town that doesn't go as planned. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #38
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 38
  • Issue #39
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 39

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, when the mayor announces plans to build a museum instead of a kitty shelter, Heathcliff decides to stop those plans and runs for mayor in "Your Cat Fights City Hall." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Angelo DeCesare & Jacqueline Roettcher. Issue also has a Top Dog story "Bark Seat Driver" in which Top Dog tries to help Joey who gets annoyed about Mervin's car. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Roberta Edelman. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #40
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 40

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, while on vacation, Heathcliff and Iggy end up exploring an old western town where Heathcliff gets appointed sheriff in "The Sheriff of Boo Town." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Howard Post & Roberta Edelman. Then in "He Really Takes the Cake," Heathcliff has to keep ants and other varmints away from the cake meant for a picnic. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Howard Post & Roberta Edelman. And in "Food for Thought," Heathcliff struggles to keep food off of his mind and stick to his diet. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Howard Post & Roberta Edelman. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #41
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 41

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff and the gang go on a fishing trip and end up stranded on a strange island in "Lost On Sillygan's Island." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Issue also has a Top Dog story "Doggie Daddy" in which Top Dog and Joey recall the time that Top Dog took care of a puppy. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Roberta Edelman. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #42
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 42

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, while in New York City for the Thanksgiving Day Parade, Heathcliff and the gang try out some balloons that allow a person to fly like a bird and end up flying all over New York City in "The Big New York Adventure." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Roberta Edelman. Issue also has a Top Dog story "Shape Up Pup" in which Top Dog and Joey check out a the Perfect Pet Fitness Center for dogs and cats. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Roberta Edelman. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #43
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 43

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    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff gets the Charles Dickens' Christmas Carol and three ghosts of Christmas treatment after he doesn't give a mouse a break in "That Little Dickens." Script by Mike Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Wagon His Tail," Heathcliff's grocery store shopping trip with Grandma turns into a wild ride – literally! Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Howard Post & Jacqueline Roettcher. Issue also has a Top Dog story "Fast Food Folly" in which Top Dog tries to help out Joey in his part-time job at Speedy's Burger Barn. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Roberta Edelman. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #44
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 44

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff and Sonja decide to get married and go all out with the wedding plans and parties. And when the day arrives for the wedding, will Heathcliff get cold feet? Find out in "The More The Marry-er." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Star Truck," Heathcliff dreams that he and the gang are out in space aboard the good ship Star Truck. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Roberta Edelman. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #45
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 45

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff tries to help out a musician who gets things thrown at him whenever he plays his bagpipes in "The Pied Piper of Westfinster." Script by Laura Hitchcock and art by Howard Post & Roberta Edelman. Then in "Never Say Diet," Heathcliff is miserable when the vet puts him on a new and strict diet. Script by Trusiani and art by Warren Kremer. Issue also has a Top Dog story "He's No Man" in which Top Dog tries to help Joey with his so-so skating skills when Ice Party America is coming to Warrenville. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Roberta Edelman. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #46
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 46

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Iggy's science project causes a space creature's ship to crash on Earth and Heathcliff tries to help out the space creature in "My Pal, the Space Creature." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Howard Post & Roberta Edelman. Then in "Million Dollar Mouse," Heathcliff finds chasing mice difficult when the world's richest mouse comes for a visit. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #47
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 47

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    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff is obsessed with pretending to be Catman, a super hero that he saw in a movie. And then he has to really be a hero when someone from his past returns and causes trouble in "Catman." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Dave Manak & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Heath-Ercise," Heathcliff helps make an exercise video. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Hill & Leon. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #48
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 48

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff accidently causes the theft of a new candy product while touring a candy factory and has to get that product back in "The Big Candyworld Adventure." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Howie Post & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Good Grief," Heathcliff spends the day wrestling with his conscience as he gets into all sorts of trouble. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Howie Post & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #49
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 49

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, when Grandpa threatens to make Heathcliff live outside, Heathcliff runs away and joins a ship heading out to sea in "The Flying Junkman." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Howard Post & Roberta Edelman. Then in "Fire Works," Heathcliff has lots of fire fighting duties while he is the mascot for Fire Company No. 1. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Howie Post & Leon. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #50
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 50