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Anima (1994) comic books

  • Issue #0
    Anima (1994) 0
    Published Oct 1994 by DC.

    The long-hidden origin of Animus is revealed in this tale of a conflict dating back to the dawn of human history. A nameless evil has awakened to engulf the Earth. The world's only hope rests with a prophecy that was prematurely fulfilled when a still-too-young Courtney Mason was empowered to be the key warrior in the final battle of an ancient war. Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art and cover by Steve Crespo and Will Blyberg. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1
    Anima (1994) 1
    Published Mar 1994 by DC.

    In the explosive aftermath of BLOODBATH comes ANIMA. Sixteen-year-old Courtney Mason is the reluctant New Blood adventurer who has a creature of incredible power and unfathomable intent living within her, a being of violence and vengeance known only as Animus. Now Anima may just be the most powerful force on Earth! Anima's exploits begin in Gotham City, where a street gang's savage attack on a young girl demonstrates that Courtney can never regain her old life. ANIMA is filled with hard-hitting super-hero action, with a solid mix of magic, horror and real-life dilemmas. Written by science-fiction authors Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art by Malcolm Davis and Chris Ivy. Cover by Davis. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #2
    Anima (1994) 2
    Published Apr 1994 by DC.

    The Scarecrow guest-stars as Anima arrives in Rain City, finding shelter at a haven for teenaged runaways. But the shelter holds a dark secret: The teenagers are the test subjects of the Scarecrow's latest terror experiments, and his victims are being literally scared to death by horrific nightmares and terrifying visions. Meanwhile, Special Agent Kyle Woodleaf of the O.D.D. continues his search for Anima, while at the mysterious Tellus Institute, more is revealed about the true nature of the creature Animus. Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art by Malcolm Davis and Chris Ivy. Cover by Davis. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #3
    Anima (1994) 3
    Published May 1994 by DC.

    Drugged with the Scarecrow's latest experimental fear serum, Anima is trapped in the Arkana, the nightmarish shadow realm from where Animus originates. But even the Scarecrow couldn't anticipate his drug's effect on Animus...driving him into a rage so extreme, Anima can't control him - or protect herself! Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art by Steve Crespo and Chris Ivy. Cover by Malcolm Davis. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #4
    Anima (1994) 4
    Published Jun 1994 by DC.

    The first story arc concludes as Courtney Mason is reunited at last with her estranged mother and more secrets are revealed about Animus and his connection to the Collective Unconscious. Plus, Anima's younger brother Jeremy runs away and is taken in by Dr. Yale, who has made a sinister pact with a being called the Nameless One. Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art by Steve Crespo and Chris Ivy. Cover by Malcolm Davis. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #5
    Anima (1994) 5
    Published Jul 1994 by DC.

    Anima finds a gateway to the Arkana realm...directly through an atomic supercollider. Strange magic mixes with visions of cultural icons as Anima battles to keep the forces of the Arkana from breaking through into Earth's dimension. Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art and cover by Steve Crespo and Chris Ivy. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #6
    Anima (1994) 6
    Published Aug 1994 by DC.

    Anima begins her quest through the Arkana, the realm of Animus, where she learns more about the power and purposes of the Nameless One. Plus, Anima's brother Jeremy falls prey to the experiments of Dr. Yale, who succeeds in triggering Jeremy's metagene and unleashes Eris, the Animus's deadly female counterpart! Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art by Steve Crespo and Will Blyberg. Cover by Crespo and Chris Ivy. New Format Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #7
    Anima (1994) 7
    Published Sep 1994 by DC.

    The events of ZERO HOUR hit Anima hard as she becomes physically separated from Animus. And while Animus fights for his life against a deadly minion of the Nameless One, Anima searches for a way back into the Arkana for a confrontation with Eris, her malevolent opposite. Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art by Brent Anderson and Will Blyberg. Cover by Steve Crespo and Blyberg. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #8
    Anima (1994) 8
    Published Nov 1994 by DC.

    The recent rending of reality during ZERO HOUR has left the Arkana realm in shambles, the Nameless One's castle in ruins, and the villain and his evil followers free after centuries of imprisonment. Now the Nameless One is on Earth...ready to destroy mankind. Only Animus remains to challenge him, locked in battle with one of his enemy's monstrous creations. Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with pencils by Steve Crespo. Cover by Crespo and Will Blyberg. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #9
    Anima (1994) 9
    Published Dec 1994 by DC.

    Superboy makes a guest appearance as the battle for Earth reaches a dire new stage. The Nameless One makes his move to drive humanity back to the Stone Age and only Anima stands in his way, even as her allies, the Archai, are dying from the evil that threatens to engulf the DC Universe. Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with pencils by Steve Crespo. Cover by Crespo and Will Blyberg. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #10
    Anima (1994) 10
    Published Jan 1995 by DC.

    Superboy guest-stars as Anima returns from the Arkana for a battle with the Nameless One's hordes in Hawaii, alongside the islands' resident teenage hero. But Superboy isn't quite himself...and the Nameless One is amok in Hollywood. Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art by Steve Crespo, Buzz and Brian Garvey. Cover by Crespo and Will Blyberg. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #11
    Anima (1994) 11
    Published Jan 1995 by DC.

    The Nameless One makes his endgame move in Hollywood as the walls between the Arkana and Earth come crashing down...smack in the middle of the Academy Awards! TV star Conan O'Brien and other celebrities from the world of music and entertainment make cameo appearances as evil threatens to consume the Earth. Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with pencils and cover by Steve Crespo. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #12
    Anima (1994) 12
    Published Mar 1995 by DC.

    Hawkman guest-stars as Anima and Animus are caught in the middle of a conflict between the Winged Warrior and Anima's father, the deadly Shrike. Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art by Shannon Londin-Gallant and Ande Parks. Cover by Steve Crespo. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #13
    Anima (1994) 13
    Published Apr 1995 by DC.

    Hawkman guest-stars when one child kills another, and Anima must fight to keep and explosive chase from resulting in more death. Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art by Shannon Londin-Gallant and Ande Parks. Cover by Steve Crespo. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #14
    Anima (1994) 14
    Published Jun 1995 by DC.

    Anima and her friends return to Gotham City, where a figure from her past may mean death for her or someone close to her. Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art by Steve Crespo and Ande Parks. Cover by Crespo. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #15
    Anima (1994) 15
    Published Jul 1995 by DC.

    Final issue. In the tension-filled series finale, a psychic vampire is loose and hunting Anima as she races to save the life of a friend. Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art by Steve Crespo and Ande Parks. Cover by Crespo. Mando Format. Cover price $2.25.