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Animaniacs (1995) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Animaniacs (1995) 1
    Published Mar 1995 by DC.

    Stories by Amy Weingartner, Dave King and Bobbi JG Weiss. Art by Neal Sternecky, George Wildman, Scott McRae and Richard Maurizio. Doing what they do best, Yakko, Wakko, Dot and all their crazy cartoon cohorts romp through one nutty narrative after another. This time around, Pinky and the Brain concoct another ridiculous plan to take over the world in "Global Disorder" -- a scheme that somehow involves leather pants, laughing gas and the United Nations. On top of that, the Warner brothers and their Warner sister, Dot, lend a hand to Christopher Columbus in discovering...California? Don't miss..."1492 the True Story"! Also featuring: "Ice Cream of Genie"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #2
    Animaniacs (1995) 2
    Published Jun 1995 by DC.

    Yakko, Wakko and Dot head for a fancy-schmancy Hollywood health spa, where they teach the guests the true meaning of relaxation. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #3
    Animaniacs (1995) 3
    Published May 1995 by DC.

    Pinky and the Brain embark on their most lame-brained scheme yet to take over the world: travel back in time to 1,000,000 B.C. to reinvent the rodent as the ruler of humans. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #4
    Animaniacs (1995) 4
    Published Aug 1995 by DC.

    When the Warners return to the days of black & white, they find their earlier incarnations dislike anything color including the siblings! Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #5
    Animaniacs (1995) 5
    Published Jul 1995 by DC.

    The Not-So-Model Mother, script by John Walker, pencils by John Costanza, inks by Scott McRae; Animaniacs help James Whistler become a master painter. A Wing And A Prayer, script by Dave King, pencils by Kelly Jarvis, inks by Scott McRae; The Animaniacs help Orville and Wilbur Wright make their historic flight. The Trouble With Trainees!, script by Dave King, pencils by Horacio Saavedra, inks by Ruben Torreiro; The Animaniacs are trained to be security guards for the studio with disastrous results. 36 pgs. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #6
    Animaniacs (1995) 6
    Published Aug 1995 by DC.

    Vacationing in ancient Egypt, the Warners mistake Cleopatra's palace for a desert resort and show the Queen and Caesar a thing or two about guest relations. Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #7
    Animaniacs (1995) 7
    Published Sep 1995 by DC.

    When the Warners' antics send Scratchansniff off to a rubber room, Yakko, Wakko and Dot find that his replacement is a nut-job in need of some serious self-help...Warner-style! Cover price $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #8
    Animaniacs (1995) 8
    Published Oct 1995 by DC.

    Disputin' With Newton; The Animaniacs "help" Issac Newton discover gravity. Jockey For Position, script by Peter Hastings and Dana Kurtin (Adaptation), pencils by George Wildman, inks by Scott McRae; The Brain wants to win the Kentucky Derby so he can finance his latest scheme to rule the world. Clowns For A Day!, script by Amy Weingartner, pencils by George Wildman, inks by Scott McRae; The Animaniacs try to be clowns at the circus. 36 pgs. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #9
    Animaniacs (1995) 9
    Published Nov 1995 by DC.

    Pulp Fiction spoof cover. Natural Born Jokers, script by Dave King, pencils by Leonardo Batic, inks by Scott McRae. Pulped Fractions, script by Dave King, pencils by Leonardo Batic, inks by Scott McRae; Yakko, Wakko and Dot want to help Squintin Tarantella with his new movie, Pulped Fractions. Reservoir Mice, script by Dave King, pencils by Walter Carzon, inks by Scott McRae; Pinky plans to take over the world with a laughing serum; Spoof of the movie Reservoir Dogs. 36 pgs. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #10
    Animaniacs (1995) 10
    Published Dec 1995 by DC.

    Where do Animaniacs come from? The Warners answer this age-old question and teach Dr. Scratchansniff about the facts of toon life...including all the disgusting details about how a comic book is made! Written by Dana Kurtin and Jesse McCann. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #11
    Animaniacs (1995) 11
    Published Jan 1996 by DC.

    Brain For Brain, script by Bobbi JG Weiss, pencils by Walter Carzon, inks by Mike DeCarlo; Deciding that his plans fail because of Pinky, the Brain ends their relationship to take a new partner--himself, cloned from his latest invention, a duplicator ray. Frankly Frankenstein, script by Dave King, pencils by Cosmo Quartieri, inks by Scott McRae; The Warner Brothers and the Warner sister get sent to Austria in a box meant for Dr. Frankenstein. 36 pgs. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #12
    Animaniacs (1995) 12
    Published Feb 1996 by DC.

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    Dig this, Daddy-O: those hep puppy-cats, Yakko, Wakko and Dot, teach the beatniks a thing or two about being cool. Don't be stuck in squaresville; see poetry and performance art--Animaniacs style! Written by Dana Kurtin and others. Pencils by Walter Carzon. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #13
    Animaniacs (1995) 13
    Published Mar 1996 by DC.

    What if the Animaniacs were created in Japan? Find out for yourself as artists toil away in 1930 Tokyo to create three new Manga stars, ultimately unleashing a zaniness the likes of which Japan had never seen. The characters were subsequently locked away in a water tower, until this very issue when the "Japanimaniacs" escape! Konichiwaaaaaa Nurse! Written by David King. Cover by Walter Carzon. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #14
    Animaniacs (1995) 14
    Published Apr 1996 by DC.

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    The Cold War is cooling down, but not before James Bomb, Secret Agent, slips over the Berlin Wall one last time. Unfortunately for him, gadget guru "W" is on vacation and filling in for him are gadget trainees "X," "Y" and "Z"--Yakko, Wakko and Dot! The free world doesn't stand a chance! FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #15
    Animaniacs (1995) 15
    Published May 1996 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Walter Carzon, inks by Mike DeCarlo. Mace Ventura Pet Hunter, script by Dave King, pencils by Leonardo Batic, inks by Scott McRae; A rich old lady hires Mace Ventura to capture Rita and Runt; Mace Ventura is based on the character played in the movie Ace Ventura, Pet Detective by Jim Carey. Cannoli Or Nothing, script by Dana Kurtin and Dan Slott, pencils by Leonardo Batic, inks by Scott McRae; Godpigeon sends the Goodfeathers crew out to get him a cannoli. Shopping Beauty, script by Dana Kurtin, pencils by Neal Sternecky, inks by Scott McRae; Minerva Mink goes shopping. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #16
    Animaniacs (1995) 16
    Published Jun 1996 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Walter Carzon, inks by Khato. Wrestlemaniacs, script by Dana Kurtin and Dan Slott, pencils by Walter Carzon, inks by Khato; Yakko, Wakko and Dot mistakenly go to a Wrestling event instead of the Kiss concert; appearance by the rock band Kiss. The Mean Green Monster Brain Machine, script by Jesse Leon McCann, pencils by Walter Carzon, inks by Mike DeCarlo; Pinky and The Brain build a Monster Truck to compete at the local event for money. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #17
    Animaniacs (1995) 17
    Published Jul 1996 by DC.

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    The Warners give the Miss Burbank beauty contest a facelift with entirely new categories in which to compete: the curler & nightgown competition, the no talent contest, and plastic surgery survival are just part of the zaniness of "Beauty or the Beast." Also in this issue: Slappy the Squirrel and Minerva Mink. Cover by Cosme Quartieri and Horacio Ottolini. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #18
    Animaniacs (1995) 18
    Published Aug 1996 by DC.

    After a successful jaunt through Japan, the Animaniacs set out to visit another country even more well-known for its respectable people...but wind up in France instead. Bonjoooooor, Nurse! Written by Dana Kurtin and Dan Slott. Cover by Walter Carzon and Horacio Ottolini. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #19
    Animaniacs (1995) 19
    Published Sep 1996 by DC.

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    Cover by Miran Kim. Written by Dave King. Art by Charles Adlard, Neal Sternecky, Omar Aranda, Walter Carzon and Scott McRae. Three insane siblings. A bright light in the sky. Rubber sheep on the street. Little green mice. A plot to take over the world. Conspiracies within conspiracies. The Y-Files. Why? Because The Truth is Waaaaay Out There! This special issue includes interior art by Topps' X-Files artist Charles Adlard, and a cover by X-Files' cover artist Miran Kim. Featuring: Framing sequence "The Y-Files" with art by Charles Adlard and Neal Sternecky; "Sheep!" with art by Omar Aranda and Scott McRae; and "Little Green Mice" with art by Walter Carzon and McRae. Characters in this issue: Wakko; Yakko; Dot; Pinky; the Brain; Elvis Presley; Fox Mulder; Dana Scully. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #20
    Animaniacs (1995) 20
    Published Oct 1996 by DC.

    On the set of "Rebels Just 'Cause," the lead actor has been revealed to be a giant chicken! It's then that happy-go-lucky Jimmy Dean gets his big break by replacing the fowl! When the Warners arrive on the set, they mistake him for the giant chicken and make him their "special friend," transforming him into an angst-filled youth and student of the "Watertower Method" of acting. Written by Jennifer Moore and Sean Carolan. Art by Omar Aranda and Scott McRae. Cover by Omar Aranda and Horacio Ottolini. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #21
    Animaniacs (1995) 21
    Published Nov 1996 by DC.

    This skewed Christmas issue features a special appearance by Santa...and the world's biggest lump of coal. The Warners surf the radio waves to New York City after an infamous "shock jock" offers Wakko a prize if he can get from Burbank to the radio station in an hour. The rude DJ can't shock the Warners, but ends up on the receiving end of a few jolts himself! Written by Gary Glasberg. Art and cover by Omar Aranda and Scott McRae. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #22
    Animaniacs (1995) 22
    Published Dec 1996 by DC.

    Special employment issue! After their latest "incident" on the lot, the Warners are loaned out as personal assistants to a rival studio boss as a way of working off the debt their damage incurred. It doesn't take long before the siblings face off against their temperamental boss and prima donna studio star, Ricky Rodent. This showdown was bound to happen--it's a small world after all. Written by Dana Kurtin. Art by Omar Aranda and Scott McRae. Cover by Walter Carzon and Mike DeCarlo. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #23
    Animaniacs (1995) 23
    Published Jan 1997 by DC.

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    Cover by Leonardo Batic and Horacio Ottolini. Written by Sean Carolan, Jennifer Moore, Mark McKain and unknown. Art by Leonardo Batic, Horacio Ottolini, Omar Aranda (Sol Studio), Scott McRae and Neal Sternecky. Hello Nurse, mild-mannered studio ditz by day, leads a double life as the ingenious secret agent of H.U.B.B.A., Headquarters for Undercover Buoyantly Beautiful Agents. When not bandaging the boo-boos of the Warners, she fights a never-ending battle against the insidious forces of I.C.K., the International Conspiracy Klatch. "Hello Nurse, Agent of H.U.B.B.A." fights for truth, liberty and band-aids for all in a story by Sean Carolan, Jennifer Moore, Leonardo Batic and Horacio Ottolini. Plus: The Warners in "Wakko for President" by Mark McKain, Omar Aranda (Sol Studio) and Scott McRae. And: Useless Facts 1-pagers "The Eyes Have It!" and "Nuts to You!" with art by Neal Sternecky. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #24
    Animaniacs (1995) 24
    Published Feb 1997 by DC.

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    First we sent the Animaniacs to Japan, then to France. Now, we send them to the center of the "woild"--Brooklyn! It's an historical look at the city of attitudes being invaded by the masters of coppin' 'em. Featuring: the Goodfeathers, the Warner sibs, and Pinky and the Brain! Art by Omar Aranda, Walter Carzon, Scott McRae and Horacio Ottolini. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #25
    Animaniacs (1995) 25
    Published Mar 1997 by DC.

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    Written by Sean Carolan, Jennifer Moore and Dana Kurtin. Art by Leonardo Batic (Sol Studio), Scott McRae, Cosme Quartieri (Sol Studio), Omar Aranda and Horacio Ottolini. In this Silver Anniversary special, take a retrospective journey through time with Slappy Squirrel. Witness Slappy blow Walter Wolf up in the Fabulous Forties through the dawning of the Age of Aquarius. The more things change, the more they stay the same in "Driving Miss Slappy" by Sean Carolan, Jennifer Moore, Leonardo Batic (Sol Studio) and Scott McRae. Plus: Minerva Mink in "A Taxing Situation" by Dana Kurtin, Cosme Quartieri (Sol Studio) and McRae. And: Framing sequence "Silver Jubilee" by Carolan, Moore, Omar Aranda and Horacio Ottolini. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #26
    Animaniacs (1995) 26
    Published Apr 1997 by DC.

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    Cover is a spoof of EC horror comics. Pancake House Of Horror, script by Sean Carolan and Jennifer Moore, pencils by Leonardo Batic and Omar Aranda, inks by Scott McRae, Horacio Ottolini, and Khato; Wakko, Yakko and Dot accidentally stop at Pointy's restaurant and become the main course; Pointy is parody of Clive Barker's Pinhead character. A Paw Worth Fighting For!, script by Sean Carolan and Jennifer Moore, pencils by Leonardo Batic and Omar Aranda, inks by Scott McRae, Horacio Ottolini, and Khato; Skippy Squirrel gets a magical Monkey Paw from a box of cereal. Tickle-Me Evil!, script by Sean Carolan and Jennifer Moore, pencils by Leonardo Batic and Omar Aranda, inks by Scott McRae, Horacio Ottolini, and Khato; Buttons tries to protect Mindy from a possessed doll. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #27
    Animaniacs (1995) 27
    Published May 1997 by DC.

    The friendly skies ain't so friendly when Slappy Squirrel's plane gets hijacked for her vacation. Good thing Slappy brought along her own cartoon dynamite to protect herself. So who gets to blow up the plane first in "Plane for Keeps"?! Written by David Cody Weiss. Art by Leonardo Batic and Scott McRae. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #28
    Animaniacs (1995) 28
    Published Jun 1997 by DC.

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    In the grand tradition of "Useless Facts," the Animaniacs present the "Science Issue," starring Yakko, Wakko and Dot with special guests Pinky and the Brain. Discover the wonders of our fascinating world! Learn all the weird secrets behind impolite body noises. Written by Dana Kurtin. Art by Walter Carzon, Leonardo Batic and Scott McRae. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #29
    Animaniacs (1995) 29
    Published Jul 1997 by DC.

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    It's "The Return of Hello Nurse, Agent of H.U.B.B.A."! After delaying the evil Femme Feline's plan to turn the world into her own personal litter box, Hello Nurse is left for dead, but an unseen benefactor nurses her back to health. Rehabilitated, retrained, and rearmed with a new hi-tech costume, Hello Nurse rises from the ashes to put an end to Femme Feline once and for all. But just who was that shadowy figure that brought our hero back from the grave? Written by Jennifer Moore and Sean Carolan. Pencils by Leonardo Batic. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #30
    Animaniacs (1995) 30
    Published Aug 1997 by DC.

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  • Issue #31
    Animaniacs (1995) 31
    Published Sep 1997 by DC.

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    Nastina LeCreep, the wicked, aging movie starlet, considers herself on the cutting edge of fashion. And cut they are--from exotic furs. When she suddenly becomes fixated on the furs of Yakko, Wakko and Dot, the Warner children make Nastina their "special friend." Written by Bill Matheny. Art and cover by Omar Aranda and Scott McRae. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #32
    Animaniacs (1995) 32
    Published Oct 1997 by DC.

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  • Issue #33
    Animaniacs (1995) 33
    Published Nov 1997 by DC.

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    After the studio merges with a competitor, the Warners are reunited with the sibling they never knew they had. Having grown up at another studio, "The Long Lost Warner" isn't a true Warner at all. There's nothing like a good old-fashioned family feud to liven up the studio lot. Written by Bill Matheny. Pencils by Omar Aranda. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #34
    Animaniacs (1995) 34
    Published Dec 1997 by DC.

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  • Issue #35
    Animaniacs (1995) 35
    Published Jan 1998 by DC.

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    Guest-starring Freakazoid! There's never a boring day on the Warner Bros. lot, especially when the studio's latest star is some blue guy in red underwear! Yakko, Wakko and Dot learn how to make swooshing noises as they pretend to fly through the air like their favorite super-hero, Freakazoid! Plus, crossovers with Mars Attacks!, Alien, and Blade Runner. Written by Jennifer Moore and Sean Carolan. Art and cover by Leonardo Batic and Scott McRae. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #36
    Animaniacs (1995) 36
    Published Feb 1998 by DC.

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    When Dr. Scratchansniff has to buy the latest pair of designer jeans, the Warner Brothers and their sister Dot tag along. At the trendy shop, the annoying salespeople swarm Scratchy and the sibs, but not for long when the sibs make "special friends" with the salesmen! Pencils by Omar Aranda and Leonardo Batic. Cover pencils by Leonardo Batic. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #37
    Animaniacs (1995) 37
    Published Mar 1998 by DC.

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    Guest-starring the Brain! Brain tries to take control of the youth of America by asking them to follow Trolley into the Land of Suspended Disbelief. But Brain's message is interrupted by a PSB (Please Send a Buck) Pledge Drive, hosted by Dot! Brain is unaware that the children will not flock to him but will instead visit the Post Office, stop by a dairy, and make a hat for Mr. Puppethead instead. Written by Jeff Suess. Pencils by Walter Carzon and Leonardo Batic. Cover pencils by Leonardo Batic. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #38
    Animaniacs (1995) 38
    Published Apr 1998 by DC.

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    Special all-cute issue! Dot goes to Japan and Pretty Kitty goes to the WB lot, where she meets Wakko and Yakko. There's plenty of culture clash on both sides of the ocean. Pretty Kitty gets assertiveness training at the hands of Wakko and Yakko, while Dot learns the value of plastering her image on anything she can get her hands on as Japanese culture embraces her. Plus: it's the usual pain and suffering for Buttons when Mindy's mom enrolls the tot in a Beautiful Baby contest and the other contestants (and their mothers) will do anything to win; and, Slappy gets concerned when Skippy begins hanging around with a too-adorable woodland creature. Written by Jennifer Moore, Sean Carolan and Dana Kurtin. Pencils by Leonardo Batic. Cover by Leonardo Batic and Scott McRae. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #39
    Animaniacs (1995) 39
    Published May 1998 by DC.

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    In this issue, we blow everything up as the Warners meet Arnold Nobel, creator of dynamite (and not incidentally, the Peace Prize). Katie Kaboom learns control, Minerva Mink loses hers, and Slappy Squirrel does what she does best--making things go boom! This issue isn't just explosive, it's..."Da Bomb!!!" Written by Jennifer Moore, Sean Carolan and Dana Kurtin. Pencils by Dave Alvarez, Leonardo Batic and Omar Aranda. Cover by Leonardo Batic and Horacio Ottolini. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #40
    Animaniacs (1995) 40
    Published Jul 1998 by DC.

    Even if you can't drive, you're going to sure wish you could when Yakko, Wakko and Dot take the wheel! Plus, Slappy Squirrel inflicts damage on a revered American tradition: the talk show; and the Animaniacs meet...the Spice Gals? Written by Jennifer Moore, Sean Carolan and Jeff Suess. Pencils by Omar Aranda and Leonardo Batic. Cover by Leonardo Batic and Mike DeCarlo. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #41
    Animaniacs (1995) 41
    Published Aug 1998 by DC.

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    You'll never look at your favorite bedtime stories the same after Slappy eviscerates Mother Goose and Beatrix Potter in "Slappy's Mother Goose." Little Nemo takes a bath as Wakko takes over in Slumberland. And Dr. Seuss will put away his shingle when Dot starts in on rhyme in "Dot's Spot." Nighty-night and pleasant dreams! Written by Jennifer Moore, Sean Carolan and Matt Wayne. Pencils by Leonardo Batic and Omar Aranda. Cover by Leonardo Batic and Mike DeCarlo. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #42
    Animaniacs (1995) 42
    Published Sep 1998 by DC.

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    Join us. Be one of us. You'll want to be a "Stepford Warner" too when Dr. Scratchnsniff's plan goes awry. Plus: Runt and Rita sing their way to the sea in "Lunch Boat"; and we discover why Wakko doesn't wear pants! Written by Joe Edkin and Matt Wayne. Pencils by Omar Aranda and Leonardo Batic. Cover by Leonardo Batic and Mike DeCarlo. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #43
    Animaniacs (1995) 43
    Published Oct 1998 by DC.

    Starring Pinky and the Brain! The megalomaniacal mice are back where they belong, and taking over the world will be a "Shoe In"! Plus, the Warners get the holiday spirit and the Goodfeathers...sing? Written by Joe Edkin, Jennifer Moore, Sean Carolan and Matt Wayne. Pencils by Omar Aranda and Leonardo Batic. Cover by Leonardo Batic and Mike DeCarlo. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #44
    Animaniacs (1995) 44
    Published Nov 1998 by DC.

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    It's headline news with the Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain--BRAIN TAKES OVER THE WORLD! SLAPPY EXPLODES CONSPIRACIES! DR. SCRATCHNSNIFF CHANGES HIS PANTS! And much, much more! Written by Bill Matheny, Jennifer Moore, Sean Carolan and Joe Edkin. Pencils by Walter Carzon, Leonardo Batic and Omar Aranda. Cover by Walter Carzon and Horacio Ottolini. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #45
    Animaniacs (1995) 45
    Published Dec 1998 by DC.

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    Run for your lives--it's the giant monster issue! Brain's brain rips loose and rampages across New York when "Brain Loses his Mind!" Only "The Warner Twins" can save humanity when a giant lizard (one surprisingly unlike any other giant lizards you may have recently avoided at the multiplex) ravages their small town! And Minerva Mink is a threat to all mankind when she can't get a date for Valentine's Day! It's monstrous mutant mayhem! Aaaaaaaa! Written by Bill Matheny, Jeff Suess and Joe Edkin. Pencils by Walter Carzon and Leonardo Batic. Cover by Leonardo Batic and Mike DeCarlo. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #46
    Animaniacs (1995) 46
    Published Jan 1999 by DC.

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    He's taking over the world--one follicle at a time! Meet Lobel Ebrain, celebrity hairstylist. And his special this week: manicure/pedicure/waxing by Pinky. Plus: Dot slays vampires and Wakko slays...Martha Stewart? Pencils by Walter Carzon and Leonardo Batic. Cover by Walter Carzon, Leonardo Batic and Horacio Ottolini. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #47
    Animaniacs (1995) 47
    Published Feb 1999 by DC.

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    In "Brainita" this month, just for kicks, Pinky & Brain sing and dress up like chicks! Written by Joe Edkin and Matt Wayne. Pencils by Walter Carzon and Leonardo Batic. Cover by Walter Carzon and Horacio Ottolini. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #48
    Animaniacs (1995) 48
    Published Mar 1999 by DC.

    Brain takes over the world with...love? Slappy discovers her maternal instincts! And the Warners pester Noah! A mother lode of comedy! Written by Joe Edkin and Frank Strom. Pencils by Walter Carzon and Leonardo Batic. Cover by Leonardo Batic and Mike DeCarlo. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #49
    Animaniacs (1995) 49
    Published Apr 1999 by DC.

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    Hear ye, hear ye! Cometh and readeth ye olde Animaniacs classic literature issue! We skewer Shakespeare, annoy Jane Austen and beat up Beowulf! You'll laugh! You'll cry! You'll be much more erudite (a fancy word for "learned") when you're through! Written by Jeff Suess. Pencils by Leonardo Batic and Walter Carzon. Cover by Leonardo Batic and Mike DeCarlo. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #50
    Animaniacs (1995) 50
    Published May 1999 by DC.

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    Who will save us in our darkest hour? Why, Hello-o-o-o-o Nurse, secret agent of H.U.B.B.A., of course! Out to save the Warner Lot from ten-ton tiki-heads of terror, can Hello Nurse thwart Goldenhead's evil plot before he blows up every single Animaniacs character? It's an all-star, all-Animaniacs, spot-'em-all-before-they-go-boom special fiftieth issue! Written by Jennifer Moore and Sean Carolan. Pencils by Leonardo Batic and Walter Carzon. Cover by Leonardo Batic and Mike DeCarlo. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.99.