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Justice Machine (1981 Noble) comic books 1938 or later

  • Issue #1A
    Justice Machine (1981 Noble) 1A

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    Green and yellow title. Cover by John Byrne and Mike Gustovich. Part 1 – Justice Machine. Part 2 – New York City. Part 3 – Death by decree. Story by Michael Gustovich and William F Loebs. Pencils by Mike Gustovich. Inks by William F Loebs, Charlie Wallace and Kevin Siembieda. The unsubtly named planet of Georwell is the home of the Justice Machine. Blazer, Challenger, Demon, Diviner, Talisman and Titan are a group of super powered law enforcers. In their quest to track down the traitor Maxinor, they cross dimensions to arrive on Earth. But shifting alliances back home may alter their entire perception of who the good guys are, who the bad guys are, and which of the two they consider themselves. 32 pages. Four color. Magazine size. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #1B
    Justice Machine (1981 Noble) 1B

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    Blue and white title. Cover by John Byrne and Mike Gustovich. Part 1 – Justice Machine. Part 2 – New York City. Part 3 – Death by decree. Story by Michael Gustovich and William F Loebs. Pencils by Mike Gustovich. Inks by William F Loebs, Charlie Wallace and Kevin Siembieda. The unsubtly named planet of Georwell is the home of the Justice Machine. Blazer, Challenger, Demon, Diviner, Talisman and Titan are a group of super powered law enforcers. In their quest to track down the traitor Maxinor, they cross dimensions to arrive on Earth. But shifting alliances back home may alter their entire perception of who the good guys are, who the bad guys are, and which of the two they consider themselves. 32 pages. Four color. Magazine size. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #2
    Justice Machine (1981 Noble) 2

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    Wrap around cover by Mike Gustovich and Terry Austin. Part 1 – Return to Georwell. Story and pencils by Mike Gustovich. Inks by Rusty Clunker (obviously a pseudonym for a collection of inkers, but the series never lets us know their identities). Part 2 – The Guardians. Story and pencils by Mike Gustovich. Inks by William F Loebs and Charlie Wallace. Part 3 – Untitled. Story and inks by Mike Gustovich. Pencils by Charlie Wallace. Branded as traitors on their home world, the Justice Machine return to Georwell to tie up loose ends and say goodbye to their families. This process becomes much more complicated when they meet their replacements, The Guardians. Issue includes 2 pages of pin ups by Bill Reinhold. 40 pages. Four color except pin ups which are B & W. Magazine size. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #3
    Justice Machine (1981 Noble) 3

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    Cover by Mike Gustovich and Joe Rubinstein. Part 1 – A day in the life of Bloodmaster. Story by Mike Gustovich and Charlie Wallace. Pencils by Charlie Wallace. Inks by Mike Gustovich. Part 2 – New Haven. Story and inks by Mike Gustovich. Pencils by Bill Reinhold. Co-inks by Mitch OConnell. Part 3 – A master of life and death. Story by Mike Gustovich and Charlie Wallace. Pencils by Charlie Wallace. Inks by Mike Gustovich. 30 pages. The Justice Machine escape back to Earth and find refuge in the futuristic underground city of New Haven. But all is not well as the assassin Bloodmaster arrives to kill New Havens leader Hammett Dash and unleashes the savage Killgore. Syllogism- Part 1 – Chapter 1. 4 pages. Story and pencils by Robert Berry. Inks by Kevin Siembieda. The Crusader from The Guardians finds out that there is a price to pay for failure. Issue includes a 2 page pin up by Mike Gustovich and Bob Layton, 2 pages of character designs by Bill Reinhold, and a 1 page pin up by Mitch OConnell. 48 pages. Lead story is four color. Back up and pin up pages are b & w. Magazine size. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #4
    Justice Machine (1981 Noble) 4

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    Cover by Rich Buckler and Mike Gustovich. Back cover by Jerry Bingham and Mike Gustovich. A force for freedom. 20 pages. Story and inks Mike Gustovich. Co-plot and pencils Bill Reinhold. Background inks by Deb Bauer. The Free Force, in-house security for the underground city of New Haven return from a mission only to find the Justice Machine there. So, in the grand tradition of superhero comics…. you guessed it, they come to blows until the misunderstanding is brought to their attention. Refugee. 5 pages. Plot and pencils by Charlie Wallace. Script by Doug Gifford. Inks by Keith S Wilson. The Crusader is branded a traitor on Georwell and must battle former teammate Hunk to gain his freedom. Cobalt Blue. 19 pages. Story by Kevin Hyde. Art by Mike Gustovich. Pages 16-19 Story and inks by Mike Gustovich. Pencils by Bill Reinhold. Cobalt Blue is a centurion in the far future, an elite enforcement office of the empire which rules earth. Sent to capture the rebel Daestorm, Blue learns vital secrets about himself and the world he lives in. 48 pages. Full color except refugee which is B & W. Issue is a flip book with the Cobalt Blue story printed the opposite way up as the front of the book. Issue measures 7 x 10-3/4 just slightly larger than a standard comic. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #5
    Justice Machine (1981 Noble) 5

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    Cover by Keith Pollard and Mike Gustovich. Back cover by Mike Gustovich and Bob Layton. Yesterdays Pain. 20 pages. Story by William F Loebs. Pencils by Bill Reinhold. Inks by Mike Gustovich and Sam De La Rosa. The Justice Machine begins to settle into their new home of New Haven. And as they become comfortable, we learn these former soldiers have a number of issues they have been keeping hidden that are now coming to the surface. There is no time to dwell on their issues however, as New Havens doctor, no stranger to his own inner demons, may be responsible for the creature that now attacks New Haven. Cameo by Kitten and Weed of the Thunder Squad from The Thunder Agents series. Invasion of the mechanoids. 20 pages. Story by Mike Gustovich. Pencils by Bill Reinhold. Inks by Mike Gustovich, Bob Layton and Jeff Dee. Barely surviving a battle with the creature Overkill, Cobalt Blue must immediately begin to protect Earth from an invasion by the creatures know only as the Mechanoids. 48 pages. Full color. This issue is a flip book with the Cobalt Blue story printed the opposite way up from the front of the book. Cover price $2.50.