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Comic books February 1986

  • Vol. 81 #2
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  • Issue #7
    Monsterland (1985) 7

    Elvira photo cover. Edited by Forrest J. Ackerman. Stories by Forrest J. Ackerman, Bob Strauss, Dennis Fischer, Eric Hoffman, Nancy Mills, Randy Palmer, Ron Magid, Gary Svehla, Ronald Borst, and James Van Hise. Ackermans follow-up to Famous Monsters in Filmland. Jim Carreys first major film, the vampire comedy Once Bitten; interview with horror legend Caroline Munro; a profile of Lon Chaney Jr. 64 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #5
    Mr. Monster (1985 Eclipse) 5

    "Demon of Destiny Drive." Mr. Monster uses creativity in battling slime monsters. "The Yellow Death." Mr. Monster hits the sewers to confront a plague. "Invaders from Mars?" Mr. Monster must deal with a Martian invasion. Script by Michael T. Gilbert and William Messner Loebs, pencils by Gilbert, inks by Loebs. Cover by Gilbert. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #26
    Ms. Tree Thrilling Detective Adventures (1983 Renegade) 26

    Ms. Tree agrees to go into a psychiatric hospital as part of a plea deal on her case and then has to convince doctors of her sanity in "By Reason of Insanity" and "The Little Man Who Wasn't There," chapters one and two of the "Heroine Withdrawal" saga. Script by Max Collins and art by Terry Beatty & Gary Kato. Issue also has a Mike Mist Minute Mystery "Staged Suicide" with script by Max Collins and art by Terry Beatty & Gary Kato. Cover price $1.70.

  • Issue #1986-02
    National Lampoon (1970) 1986-02

    February 1986. Big Money. The adventures of Goldman, the accounting superhero, illustrated by Bob Orzechowski; a spoof of Fortune magazine by Will Jacobs and Gerard Jones; Annie Sprinkle on trickle-down economics. Stories and art by Shary Flenniken, Rick Meyerowitz, Drew Friedman, and Ron Barrett. Plus letters from the editors, cartoons, and Foto Funnies. Mature readers. 84 pages. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #17
    Nemo Classic Comics Library (1983) 17

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    News, articles and reprints celebrating the classic era of comic strips. A profile of Chester Gould and Dick Tracy: appreciations by Donald Phelps and Tom DeHaven; reprints of two classic Dick Tracy adventures; an interview with Gould by future Dick Tracy cartoonist Max Allan Collins. Edited by Rick Marschall. Black and white; magazine format. Cover by Gould. Cover price $3.95. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #4
    Nervous Rex (1985) 4

    Story, art and cover by William Van Horn. The first comics work from animator William Van Horn, who would go on to work for the Disney duck comics. Mild-mannered tyrannosaur Rexford doesnt really fit in with the Jurassic age, as hed rather just eat oatmeal and hang out with his friends. This issue introduces the backup feature The Pearl of The Universe, featuring Princess Vera (a.k.a. The Pearl of the Universe) and her adoring followers, Strong Arm Stanyan and Slewob the Huge. Discarnate and Datcarnate!; Queen of the Night; Missing End Mystery; The Pearl of the Universe. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #6
    New DNAgents (1985) 6

    Having rescued Dr. Harden and now back home, the DNAgents try to get back to normal but that is always easier said than done in "Postscript" and "The Rat Race." Script by Mark Evanier and art by Chuck Patton & Willie Blyberg. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #36
    New Mutants (1983 1st Series) 36
    Published Feb 1986 by Marvel.

    First 75-cent cover price issue. Secret Wars II crossover. Cover art by Barry Windsor-Smith. Subway to Salvation!, script by Chris Claremont, pencils by Mary Wilshire, inks by Bill Sienkiewicz; The Beyonder pays Magik a visit and offers her salvation; demons from Limbo start popping up all over the place; Shadowcat inherits Magik's Soulsword and armor, but doesn't know how to use them; The New Mutants restore order and rescue Shadowcat. Cont. from Secret Wars II #7. 36 pgs. $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #36
    New Mutants (1983 1st Series) Canadian Price Variant 36

    Canadian edition $0.95 cover price. Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #36MJ
    New Mutants (1983 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 36MJ

    Mark Jewelers Advertisement Insert Variant. First 75-cent cover price issue. Secret Wars II crossover. Cover art by Barry Windsor-Smith. Subway to Salvation!, script by Chris Claremont, pencils by Mary Wilshire, inks by Bill Sienkiewicz; The Beyonder pays Magik a visit and offers her salvation; demons from Limbo start popping up all over the place; Shadowcat inherits Magik's Soulsword and armor, but doesn't know how to use them; The New Mutants restore order and rescue Shadowcat. Cont. from Secret Wars II #7. 36 pgs. $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #62
    New Teen Titans (1980) (Tales of ...) 62

    Reprints New Teen Titans (1984-1996 2nd Series) #3 - "Souls as White as Heaven...as Black as Hell!" Part 3 of 5. Written by Marv Wolfman and George Perez. Art by George Perez and Romeo Tanghal. Cover by Chuck Patton & Dick Giordano. The unthinkable has happened! The dark lord, Trigon the Terrible, has invaded the realm of man, and at his right hand is Raven, his daughter. Can the Teen Titans some how find a way to save mankind from total annihilation and save their teammate's soul? Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #62
    New Teen Titans (1980) (Tales of ...) Canadian Price Variant 62

    Canadian edition with $.95 cover price. Reprints New Teen Titans (1984-1996 2nd Series) #3 - "Souls as White as Heaven...as Black as Hell!" Part 3 of 5. Written by Marv Wolfman and George Perez. Art by George Perez and Romeo Tanghal. Cover by Chuck Patton & Dick Giordano. The unthinkable has happened! The dark lord, Trigon the Terrible, has invaded the realm of man, and at his right hand is Raven, his daughter. Can the Teen Titans some how find a way to save mankind from total annihilation and save their teammate's soul? Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #17
    New Teen Titans (1984 2nd Series) New Titans 17

    "For Better...for Worse!" Part 3 of 4. Written by Marv Wolfman. Art by Eduardo Barreto and Romeo Tanghal. Cover by Eduardo Barreto. The time for Starfire's wedding has come. Will she go through with it even though she is still in love with Nightwing? Speaking of Nightwing...Dick, Jericho, and Starfire's brother are at the mercy of Blackfire, and if they can't escape Tamaran may be doomed! Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #17
    Nexus (1983) 17
    Published Feb 1986 by Capital/First.

    "Yo! Jimbo!" - Story by Mike Baron. Art by Eric Shanower. All Judah wants is a nice quiet vacation. Unfortunately, his reputation precedes him so it's never really going to work out that way. 20 pages. "Clonezones Unlimited." Story by Mike Baron. Art by Mark Nelson. Clonezone mistakenly sits in Dr. Sugarman's cloning chair. What could possibly go wrong? 8 pages. LOC from cartoonist Fred Hembeck. Cover by Steve Rude. 28 pages. Full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #4
    Nightcrawler (1985 1st Series) 4

    Cover by Dave Cockrum. "The Wizard of Oops!", script by Dave Cockrum, pencils by Dave Cockrum, inks by Joe Rubinstein (finisher); Nightcrawler and company save the Bamfs from Shagreen; With the help of Kitty and Illyana, Kurt makes it back to his home dimension. 36 pgs., full color. $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #4
    Nightcrawler (1985 1st Series) Canadian Price Variant 4

    Canadian edition with $.95 cover price. Cover by Dave Cockrum. "The Wizard of Oops!", script by Dave Cockrum, pencils by Dave Cockrum, inks by Joe Rubinstein (finisher); Nightcrawler and company save the Bamfs from Shagreen; With the help of Kitty and Illyana, Kurt makes it back to his home dimension. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #1
    Normalman 3-D (1986) 1
    • Signed by creator Jim Valentino with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    There's No Place Like Home. Story, art and cover by Jim Valentino. Renegade Press (an offshoot of Dave Sim's Aardvark-Vanaheim publishing empire) presents the finale of the Aardvark-Vanaheim series Normalman. A spoof of then-current superhero comics, Normalman is the only being on the planet Levram (spell it backwards) who does NOT have superpowers. In this special, the Countess of Monte Crisco returns, ready to conquer the planet with the Ruby Slippers. The efforts to stop her may doom Levram once and for all. Creator Jim Valentino went on to become one of the founders of Image Comics. Cover features nearly every character who ever appeared in Normalman. Also featuring cameos by fellow Aardvark-Vanaheim characters Wolverine MacAllister (from Journey) and Cerebus. 32 pages, B&W with 3-D effects. Cover price $2.25.

  • Vol. 56 #2
    Official Detective Stories (1934-1995 Detective Stories Publishing) Vol. 56 #2
  • Issue #1
    Official Doom Patrol Index (1986) 1

    Covers My Greatest Adventure # 80-85, Doom Patrol 86-98. Cover by John Byrne also features Nightwing, Wonder Girl, Cyborg, Starfire and Changeling of The New Teen Titans. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #2
    Official Doom Patrol Index (1986) 2

    Covers Doom Patrol 99-124, Showcase 94-96, and DC Special Blue Ribbon Digest 19. Cover by John Byrne also features Nightwing, Wonder Girl, Cyborg, Starfire and Changeling of The New Teen Titans. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #3
    Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition (1985-1988 Marvel) 3

    This issue covers: Cloak to Doctor Octopus. Pages by Dave Cockrum, Alan Weiss, Dave Gibbons, Bob Layton, Kerry Gammill, John Byrne, Butch Guice, David Mazzucchelli, Mike Zeck and Paul Smith. FULL CONTENT INFORMATION FOR # 3: Written by Mark Gruenwald and Peter Sanderson. Researched by Sanderson. Technical illustrations by Eliot Brown. All inks by Joe Rubinstein (except for Eliot Brown entries). Character/artist listings: Cloak by Rick Leonardi; Cloud by Craig Hamilton; Cobra by Ron Frenz; Collector by Rudy Nebres; Colossus by Dave Cockrum; Constrictor by Tom Lyle; Contemplator by Alan Weiss; Controller by Al Milgrom; Corruptor by Dave Gibbons; Corsair by James Fry; Cottonmouth by Rich Buckler; Crimson Dynamo by Bob Layton; Crossfire by Kerry Gammill; Crusader by Bob Hall; Crystal by John Byrne; Cybele by Sal Buscema; Cyclops by Jackson Guice; Cypher by Mary Wilshire; Dagger by Rick Leonardi; Daily Bugle by John Romita; Daredevil by by David Mazzucchelli; Darkstar by Cynthia Martin; Dazzler by Bob Layton; Death by David Mazzucchelli; Deathbird by Dave Cockrum; Deathlok by Mike Zeck; Death-Throws by Paul Neary; Deathurge by Mark Gruenwald; Demons by Dave Simons; Destiny by Paul Smith; Deviants by Sal Buscema; Diablo by John Byrne; Diamondback by Paul Neary; Doc Samson by John Byrne; Doctor Demonicus by Tom Christopher; Doctor Doom by John Byrne; Doctor Doom's Castle by Eliot Brown; Doctor Druid by Nestor Redondo; Doctor Octopus by John Romita, Jr. John Byrne/Joe Rubinstein cover. : Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #2
    Official Marvel Index to Marvel Team-Up (1986) 2

    This issue covers Marvel Team-Up 21 thru 42. Each issue reviewed in the index has a one-and-a-half page summary and a reduced-size reprint of the original cover. Index contributors and consultants include George Olshevsky, Peter Garcia, Chuck Huber, Dennis Mallonee, Lou Mougin, Murray Ward, and Mark Gruenwald. Cover by Howard Bender (pencils) and Paul Ryan (inks). The wraparound cover depicts Spider-Man and his co-stars from the issues indexed inside. The Beast, Doctor Strange, Falcon, Human Torch, Iron Man, Thor, and others are illustrated on the back cover. 32 pages Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #3
    Official Marvel Index to the Fantastic Four (1985) 3

    This issue covers Fantastic Four (1st series) 31 thru 45 and Annuals 2 and 3. Each issue reviewed in the index has a two-page summary and a reduced-size reprint of the original cover. Index contributors and consultants include George Olshevsky, Peter Garcia, Chuck Huber, Dennis Mallonee, Lou Mougin, Murray Ward, and Mark Gruenwald. Cover by Dave Simons. The wraparound cover depicts Mister Fantastic and Doctor Doom each holding one end of the ultimate nullifier. 32 pages Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #35
    Omega Men (1983 1st Series) 35

    "Mad Love." The Omega Men battle X'hal and Auron. Teen Titans guest star. Script by Todd Klein, art by Shawn McManus. "Hokum for Breakfast." Four Omega Men are taken by Harry Hokum's Gordanian guardian to Slagg and the Spider Guild rulers. Cover by McManus. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #198602
    Omega Science Digest (1981-1987 Hearst Corporation) 198602

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  • Issue #198602
    Omni (1978) 198602
    Omni (1978) #198602
    Published Feb 1986 by Omni.

    Zombie Pills - How Voodoo Can Bring Back the 'Living Dead'; Cell Seer - The Man Who Can Read the Future in Your Cells. Cover by Stanislaw Fernandes. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5
    Original E-Man and Michael Mauser (1985) 5
  • Vol. 15 #2
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  • Issue #4
    Outsiders (1985 1st Series) 4

    The team heads to Russia to prevent the collapse of the world's economy in "Cha$ing the Dollar!" Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Script by Mike W. Barr, art by Jim Aparo. Force of July, Gorbachev appear. Back-up tale: Metamorpho stars in "The Gold Standard!" Script by Mike W. Barr, art by Joe Staton. Aparo cover. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #11
    Planet Terry (1985 Marvel/Star Comics) 11

    Is Vermin the Vile actually Planet Terry's father? Vermin offers some pretty good proof that he is and then takes Terry back to the Vile home and starts teaching Terry about doing things in the Vile way. But Terry has his own way of doing things. Meanwhile, Robota, Omnus and Princess Ugly search for more proof and evidence to make sure that Vermin told the truth in a three-part story, "Daddy Dearest," "Home?...At Last?" and "Under Vermin's Power." Script by Dave Manak and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher & Jon D'Agostino. Cover price $0.65.

  • Issue #19
    Power Pack (1984 1st Series) 19

    Cover art by Brent Anderson and Jackson Guice. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?, script by Louise Simonson, pencils by Brent Anderson and Scott Williams, inks by Terry Austin, Scott Williams, and Sam de la Rosa. Giant-sized issue featuring Cloak and Dagger, Kitty Pryde, Wolverine, Beta Ray Bill, and Thor. 52 pgs. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #19
    Power Pack (1984 1st Series) Canadian Price Variant 19

    Canadian edition with $.75 cover price. Cover art by Brent Anderson and Jackson Guice. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?, script by Louise Simonson, pencils by Brent Anderson and Scott Williams, inks by Terry Austin, Scott Williams, and Sam de la Rosa. Giant-sized issue featuring Cloak and Dagger, Kitty Pryde, Wolverine, Beta Ray Bill, and Thor. 52 pgs. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #198602
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    Issue: February, 1986

    Mike Von Erich Cover

    "Pro Wrestling Illustrated has been recognized as the sports number one magazine since its inception in 1979. Founded by legendary publisher Stanley Weston, PWI set out on a course to alter the landscape of pro wrestling journalism. Over the years, utilizing the talents of the worlds finest writers, editors, photographers, and designers, PWI succeeded beyond Westons wildest dreams." - PWI.com

    FC.

    Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #21
    Professor Coffin (1985) 21

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  • Issue #399
    PS The Preventive Maintenance Monthly (1951) 399
  • Issue #2
    Punisher (1986 1st Series) 2
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    "Back to War!" Story by Steven Grant. Art by Mike Zeck and John Beatty. Cover by Mike Zeck and Phil Zemelman. NOTE: War Journal Entry: #1053. Out of jail, thanks to The Trust, the Punisher sets out to take out the biggest criminal of them all – the Kingpin. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #2
    Punisher (1986 1st Series) Canadian Price Variant 2

    Canadian Edition with $.95 cover price - "Back to War!" Story by Steven Grant. Art by Mike Zeck and John Beatty. Cover by Mike Zeck and Phil Zemelman. NOTE: War Journal Entry: #1053. Out of jail, thanks to The Trust, the Punisher sets out to take out the biggest criminal of them all – the Kingpin. Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Qwerty MAD PB (1986 Warner) 1-1ST

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    Mad Magazine PB #71 - 1st printing. Softcover, 4-in. x 7-in., 192 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Vol. 20 #2
    Ranger Rick's Nature Magazine (1967 National Wildlife Federation) Vol. 20 #2

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    Volume 20, Issue 2 - February, 1986. Softcover, 8" x 10", 54 pages, full color.

  • Issue #766
    Readers Digest (1922) 766

    Volume 128, Issue 766 - February 1986. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #12
    Red Sonja (1983 3rd Marvel Series) 12

    Sonja and friends ride mammoths controlled by Kynon; Branwyn escapes from Cavalok; and aging King Vlad gets up the courage to face the Harpy which has been stealing villagers in "Descent!" Characters: Red Sonja; Alain D'Bruges; Math Mac Llion; Kynon; Branwyn; Vassilisa; Vlad Bloodhawk; Cavalok. Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Mary Wilshire and Vince Colletta. Cover by Mary Wilshire and Tony Salmons. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #12
    Red Sonja (1983 3rd Marvel Series) Canadian Price Variant 12

    Canadian edition with $.95 cover price. Sonja and friends ride mammoths controlled by Kynon; Branwyn escapes from Cavalok; and aging King Vlad gets up the courage to face the Harpy which has been stealing villagers in "Descent!" Characters: Red Sonja; Alain D'Bruges; Math Mac Llion; Kynon; Branwyn; Vassilisa; Vlad Bloodhawk; Cavalok. Written by Louise Simonson, with art by Mary Wilshire and Vince Colletta. Cover by Mary Wilshire and Tony Salmons. Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #4
    Revolver (1985) 4

    A science fiction adventure anthology edited by Robin Snyder, with contributions by the Filipino New Wave students at the Joe Kubert School. Featuring The Hand of Ages by Steve Ditko. Also featuring Attack of the 50-Foot Joggers by R.L. Bob Stine and Steve Bissette, with a lettering assist by Andy Kubert. More stories and art by Erik Larsen, Bob Haney, Ernie Colon, Adolpho Buylla, Alex Nino, Henry Boltinoff (Silver Age DC artist), Jim Stenstrum, Romeo Tanghal, Richard Connolly and Ken Landgraf. Mature readers. Black and white; 32 pages. Cover by Ditko. Cover price $1.70. NOTE: Dare is continued in Crisis # 55 - 56. Cover price $1.70.

  • Issue #6
    Robotech Masters (1985) 6
    Published Feb 1986 by Comico.

    Adaptation of the Masters saga of the1980s popular animated TV series, Robotech. Dana Sterling and the 15th Squadron get volunteered for another dangerous mission in "Prelude to Battle." Script by Mike Baron and art by Neil Vokes & Keith Wilson. Issue also has advertisements for Robotech products and merchandise. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #9
    Robotech The Macross Saga (1985-1989 Comico) 9

    Adaptation of the Macross saga of the 1980s popular animated TV series, Robotech. While Minmei enters the Miss Macross beauty contest, which is designed to boost up everyone's spirits on board the SDF-1, Rick Hunter, sent out on patrol, falls into a deadly Zentraedi trap in "Miss Macross." Script by Jack Herman and art by Reggie Byers & Tom Poston. Wraparound cover. Issue also has advertisements for Robotech products and merchandise. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1
    Robotix (1986 Marvel) 1

    32 pages, FC. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #1
    Robotix (1986 Marvel) Canadian Price Variant 1

    Canadian edition with $.95 cover price - 32 pages, FC. Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #75
    Rom (1979-1986 Marvel) 75
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    Final issue. Story by Bill Mantlo. Art by Steve Ditko and P. Craig Russell. After 200 years of war, loss, and redemption the Spaceknight's saga is at an end. As Rom duels Dominor to the death, his allies try desperately to call all the original Spaceknights back home to Galador to put an end to the vicious ways of the second generation Spaceknights. Friends will fall in this epic struggle of Spaceknight vs. Spaceknight. Will Rom finally gain that which he has yearned for more than anything...his humanity? Will Rom and Brandy finally be together as man and woman and live happily ever after, or will he fall in battle and fail Galador, fail the woman he loves, and fail himself? This is the story the last 74 issues have been building to. Farewell Rom. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #75
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    Canadian edition with $.75 cover price. Final issue. Story by Bill Mantlo. Art by Steve Ditko and P. Craig Russell. After 200 years of war, loss, and redemption the Spaceknight's saga is at an end. As Rom duels Dominor to the death, his allies try desperately to call all the original Spaceknights back home to Galador to put an end to the vicious ways of the second generation Spaceknights. Friends will fall in this epic struggle of Spaceknight vs. Spaceknight. Will Rom finally gain that which he has yearned for more than anything...his humanity? Will Rom and Brandy finally be together as man and woman and live happily ever after, or will he fall in battle and fail Galador, fail the woman he loves, and fail himself? This is the story the last 74 issues have been building to. Farewell Rom. Cover price $0.95.