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Flare (2004 3rd Series) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Flare (2004 3rd Series) 1

    by Wilson Hill, Gordon Purcell & Terry Pallot After more than a decade, it's the long-awaited return of comics' shining goddess of the light! That's right, Flare is back at last, starring in all-new, full-color adventures by Wilson Hill, Gordon Purcell and Terry Pallot! But while she's been gone, her greatest enemies have been far from idle! Something bad is taking shape. And unless Flare can put a stop to it, the undead legions of Tartarus will soon be loosed upon the earth. Plus, a bonus story starring Flare's electric little sister. Cover by Daerick Gröss. FC, 28pg$2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #2
    Flare (2004 3rd Series) 2

    by Wilson Hill, Gordon Purcell & Terry Pallot. In her second all-new, full-color issue, Flare meets her latest nemesis, the wondrously wicked Whipperette; a red-haired, green-eyed, whip-wielding Argentinean beauty who's been hired to put a hit on our glittering heroine! But get ready for a startling final panel, because that's not the real reason the winsome Whipperette is here! Also in this issue, Flare's electric little sister, Sparkplug, single-handedly takes on the menace of Professor Muerte and Terror Inc. in a back-up story by Steve Perrin and Wilson Hill, with artwork by Henry Martinez! FC, 32pg$2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #4
    Flare (2004 3rd Series) 4

    FLARE #4 by Wilson Hill, J. Adam Walters, Howard Bender, & Various In the fourth new issue of Flare: It's a special tribute to the Golden Age of Comics, and the comic book debut of Raven Gold! She's the world's greatest little sneak thief (just ask her), and she's here at last on a mission to torment Flare and special guest-star, the Black Enchantress. Meanwhile, Flare's electric little sister Sparkplug teams up with ace reporter Jimmy Dooley to take on the forest-threatening menace of the Barkmeister! 32pgs, FCSRP: $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #5
    Flare (2004 3rd Series) 5

    Cover by Daerick Gross. Written by Wilson Hill. Art by J. Adam Walters and Howard Bender. Max Krueger is the man who's been putting darkdust on the San Francisco street, and Flare's out to take him down. But first she's going to have to get past Lady Darkon. All this, plus a cameo by the Flying Fox, and a special guest appearance by Raven Gold, who introduces Flare to the threat of Madame Destiny and the Amazon Liberation Front. Meanwhile, Sparkplug continues her team-up with ace reporter Jimmy Dooley on a mission to protect California's forests against the menace of the sinister Barkmeister. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #25
    Flare (2004 3rd Series) 25

    V3 #6. Cover by Tim Burgard. Written by Wilson Hill. Art by Chris Marrinan, J. Adam Walters, Gordon Purcell and Terry Pallot. Flare turns 25! This special 25th issue of Flare (#6 in the current series) features a cover by her original artist Tim Burgard, plus guest appearances by Raven Gold and the legendary Vanguard of Freedom! You won't want to miss the Vanguard's special four-page cameo, including a glimpse of America's bronze goddess of freedom, Liberty Girl! In the lead story, Flare's adventure in Idaho continues as she and Raven take on the menace of Madame Destiny and the Amazon Liberation Front. Meanwhile, back home, while the cat's away, the winsome Whipperette will play. Her target: Flare's new boyfriend! 32 pages, full color. (Begins numbering as if the first two series were numbered sequentially.) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #26
    Flare (2004 3rd Series) 26

    Cover by Gordon Purcell. Written by Wilson Hill. Art by J. Adam Walters, Gordon Purcell and Terry Pallot. It's Flare times two when our glittering heroine takes on her photokinetic counterpart from the world of the distant future! But what in the world is Sabrina Martel doing in the here and now? Why is she working for the evil Madame Synn? What does it have to do with Flare's wicked aunt, Helga? How does Raven Gold figure into it? And how does it all relate to Heroic Publishing's classic science fiction hero, Eternity Smith? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #27
    Flare (2004 3rd Series) 27

    Cover by Terry Pallot. Written by Lou Mougin and Dennis Mallonee. Art by Mark Evans, Jeff Tompkins, Nathan Santistevan, Terry Pallot and Jack Snider. Featuring the return of The League of Champions! With their mission to protect President Bush challenged from one side by the U.S. Army, and from the other by the forces of Demon, how can even our world's greatest heroes hope to survive? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #28
    Flare (2004 3rd Series) 28

    Cover by Gordon Purcell. Written by Wilson Hill and Dennis Mallonee. Art by Gordon Purcell, Tim Burgard and Terry Pallot. She's Flare's most bitter enemy; she's the goddess of the night, and queen of the restless dead. She's Lady Darkon! Now, at last, Wilson Hill, Gordon Purcell and Terry Pallot reveal the previously untold origin of Lady Darkon! Then, Flare's original creative team of Dennis Mallonee and Tim Burgard team up once more to bring you a previously untold tale. From out of the silver age of Flare, the amazing Darkon himself returns! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #29
    Flare (2004 3rd Series) 29

    Cover by Frank Brunner. Written by Wilson Hill. Art by Gordon Purcell and Terry Pallot. Flare's met him once before, but that time, she wasn't his target. This time, thanks to Lady Darkon, maybe she is. Meanwhile, it's Halloween, and Olga Gottmann has a date with Jimmy Dooley. But wait a sec. If Olga is really Sparkplug, who's that blonde chick dancing with Donald Hunter? Fan-favorites Raven Gold and the Black Enchantress make guest appearances in this issue, too! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #31
    Flare (2004 3rd Series) 31

    Cover by Gordon Purcell. Written by Wilson Hill and Dennis Mallonee. Art by Gordon Purcell, Tim Burgard and Terry Pallot. On the cover of this special Christmas issue, Flare does homage to Norman Rockwell and the Saturday Evening Post! It's classic Americana at its finest when Flare's boyfriend Lucas takes her home to meet the family. Trouble is, little sister Jessie is a huge fan of one of Flare's arch-enemies, the savage Tigress! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #35
    Flare (2004 3rd Series) 35

    Cover by Henry Martinez. Written by Wilson Hill and Steve Perrin. Art by Gordon Purcell, Dick Giordano and Terry Pallot. Together again for the very first time! It's the first honest-to-goodness team-up of Flare and her electric little sister, Sparkplug, for a final showdown with a maddened Max Krueger and the manipulative Lady Darkon, by Wilson Hill, Steve Perrin, Gordon Purcell and Terry Pallot. Also in this issue, from out of the pages of Tales of the Champions, it's a special bonus Tigress adventure, by Wilson Hill and Dick Giordano, featuring a guest appearance by everyone's favorite WitchGirl, the naughty Black Enchantress! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #36
    Flare (2004 3rd Series) 36

    Cover by Chris Marrinan. Written by Wilson Hill and Dennis Mallonee. Art by Chris Marrinan and Rob Jones. The regular Flare title returns with guest-stars galore when Giant and Nemesis Girl step over from the pages of Tales of the Champions, bringing the evil Doctor Pomegranate and his voomy not-evil (just ask her) niece Pammy along with them in an all-new adventure by Wilson Hill and Chris Marrinan! Also in this issue: Origin of the Whipperette! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.