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Comic books February 1986

  • Issue #2A
    Samurai (1986 1st Series Aircel) 2A

    1st printing. (no printing notice at bottom). Cover pencils by Patrick McEown, inks by Barry Blair. Untitled story, script by Barry Blair and Bruce Blair, pencils by Patrick McEown and Guang Yap, inks by Barry Blair and Guang Yap; Toshiro searches for Professor Stringfellow on a supposedly deserted island near Jamaica. Gennin & Homer back cover illustration, pencils by Patrick McEown, inks by Barry Blair. 36 pgs. $1.70. Cover price $1.70.

  • Issue #2B
    Samurai (1986 1st Series Aircel) 2B

    2nd printing. (notice at bottom cover). Cover pencils by Patrick McEown, inks by Barry Blair. Untitled story, script by Barry Blair and Bruce Blair, pencils by Patrick McEown and Guang Yap, inks by Barry Blair and Guang Yap; Toshiro searches for Professor Stringfellow on a supposedly deserted island near Jamaica. Gennin & Homer back cover illustration, pencils by Patrick McEown, inks by Barry Blair. 36 pgs. $1.70. Cover price $1.70.

  • Issue #121
    Savage Sword of Conan (1974 Magazine) 121

    Conan stars in "The Fountain of Umir." Script by Larry Yakata, art by Rudy Nebres. King Kull stars in "Pieces of Horror." Ernie Chan frontispiece, pin-up, and back cover. Joe Jusko cover. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #3
    Savage Tales (1985 Magazine) 3

    Painted cover art by Mitch O'Connell. By Rail to Vladivostok, script by Chuck Dixon, art by John Severin. Garbriel starring the Skywarriors, script and art by Herb Trimpe. Good Ol' Boys story, script by Don Kraar, art by Vincent Waller. Gutz starring Blood & Gutz, script and art by Will Jungkuntz. Ever the Day ... Ever the Night ..., script by Don Kraar, pencils by Mary Wilshire (breakdowns), inks by Armando Gil (finishes). For the Fatherland, script by Chuck Dixon, art by Dick Ayers. The Canyon of the Three, script by Chuck Dixon, art by John Severin. 64 pgs. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #77
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  • Issue #4
    Scout (1985) 4
    Published Feb 1986 by Eclipse.

    As the President continues preparing for his "New America" rally, Scout explains what he is doing to his comrades in "I Ain't Superstitious." Script and art by Timothy Truman. Issue also has "Fashion In Action – Part 4: Give 'Em Enough Rope" with script by John K. Snyder III and Chris Fauver and art by John K. Snyder III. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #8
    Secret Wars II (1985 Marvel) 8

    Part 8 of 9. "Betrayal!" Story by Jim Shooter. Art by Al Milgrom and Steve Leialoha.

    Sick and tired of being attacked simply because of who he is, the Beyonder decides it's time to strike back. Plus, learn the origin of the One from Beyond.

    Featuring the Molecule Man. X-Men, Spider-Man, Hulk, Puma, the New Mutants, and the Avengers.

    Story continues in New Mutants #37, Amazing Spider-Man #274, Avengers #265, Uncanny X-Men #203, and Fantastic Four #288.

    Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #8
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    Canadian Price Variant with $.95 cover price. Part 8 of 9. "Betrayal!" Story by Jim Shooter. Art by Al Milgrom and Steve Leialoha. Sick and tired of being attacked simply because of who he is, the Beyonder decides it's time to strike back. Plus, learn the origin of the One from Beyond. Featuring the Molecule Man. X-Men, Spider-Man, Hulk, Puma, the New Mutants, and the Avengers. Story continues in New Mutants #37, Amazing Spider-Man #274, Avengers #265, Uncanny X-Men #203, and Fantastic Four #288. Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #8MJ
    Secret Wars II (1985 Marvel) Mark Jewelers 8MJ

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Part 8 of 9. "Betrayal!" Story by Jim Shooter. Art by Al Milgrom and Steve Leialoha. Sick and tired of being attacked simply because of who he is, the Beyonder decides it's time to strike back. Plus, learn the origin of the One from Beyond. Featuring the Molecule Man. X-Men, Spider-Man, Hulk, Puma, the New Mutants, and the Avengers. Story continues in New Mutants #37, Amazing Spider-Man #274, Avengers #265, Uncanny X-Men #203, and Fantastic Four #288. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #5
    Seduction of the Innocent (1985 Eclipse) 5

    Cover pencils by Alex Toth, inks by Tom Yeates. "The Phantom Ship," pencils by Alex Toth, inks by Mike Peppe; The vicious sorceress Circe lures treasure hunters aboard her gold-filled phantom ship - and transforms them into giant rats. "Death Drum," art by Art Saaf; Drummer Chip Conway comes into possession of a magic jungle drum which makes him play "like a god"; Downside is, Chip has to kill for his newly won ability. "Grip on Life," pencils by Alex Toth, inks by Mike Peppe; A corrupt district attorney is brought to poetic justice by his wife who returned from the dead after a car accident. "The Drums of Cajou," art by George Roussos; Haitian voodoo witch doctor Cajou turns the lovely Lora into a zombie to do his bidding and settle an old score with his adversary Neal. 36 pgs., full color. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #408
    Sgt. Rock (1977) 408
    Published Feb 1986 by DC.

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    "So Long, Scribbly!" Written by Bob Kanigher. Art by Andy Kubert. Cover by Joe Kubert. Scribbly, a young, aspiring cartoonist, shows us World War II and the Easy Company through his eyes! An extraordinary story-within-a-story! 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to editor, artist and writer Shelly Mayer, creator of 'Scribbly' and 'Sugar and Spike,' and the catalyst for many of the people who are in comics today." Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #408
    Sgt. Rock (1977) Canadian Price Variant 408

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    Canadian edition with $.95 cover price - "So Long, Scribbly!" Written by Bob Kanigher. Art by Andy Kubert. Cover by Joe Kubert. Scribbly, a young, aspiring cartoonist, shows us World War II and the Easy Company through his eyes! An extraordinary story-within-a-story! 32 pages, FC. NOTE: This issue is dedicated to editor, artist and writer Shelly Mayer, creator of 'Scribbly' and 'Sugar and Spike,' and the catalyst for many of the people who are in comics today." Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #3
    Shadow of the Batman (1985) 3

    Security was tight. Batman and Robin were alerted. The Malay penguin was safe from the evil villain Penguin. Right? Reprints Detective Comics (1937- ) #473 and 474. Written by Steve Englehart, with art by Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin. Plus: All-new coloring and a brand-new wraparound cover by Rogers. Deluxe format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #2
    Shatter (1985) 2

    First comic done entirely on a computer. Shatter discovers that several different forces are after him and they all want what's inside his head in "Avenues of Escape." Script by Mike Saenz & Kenn L.D. Frandsen and art by Mike Saenz. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #54
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  • Issue #8
    Sisterhood of Steel (1984) 8

    Cover by Mike Vosburg. Judgment and Justice, script by Christy Marx, art by Mike Vosburg; The Queen is dead!; Will all of Vandalis' schemes succeed? Will Boronwe escape with her life? 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #3
    Six from Sirius II (1985 2nd Series) 3

    Cover by Paul Gulacy. Eyeteeth Part III: The Void Cyst, script by Doug Moench, art by Paul Gulacy; The "goddess," Zematin-lar, promises victory to the Quatrals in their eternal war, while Valis, who has ransomed the "idol" to the Swarm, is heading back to the hub. Metro, script by Mike Saenz, art by Mike Vosburg (as Mike Vosberg). 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #59
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    Original cover price: 35p. All the latest UK/US comics news. Mister X - interview with publisher Bill Marks; Alan Moore's 'Maxwell the Magic Cat' strips. Mister X cover.

  • Issue #111
    Spectacular Spider-Man (1976 1st Series) 111

    "And Then The Gods Cried" Secret Wars II crossover. Script by Jim Owsley. Pencils by Rich Buckler. Inks by (unnamed) many hands. Cover by Rich Buckler. Following the events of Amazing Spider-Man 273, the Beyonder and the Puma meet in Japan. After their confrontation, Thomas Fireheart is convinced more than ever that the Beyonder must be destroyed, so he returns to New York and tries to recruit the reluctant wall-crawler to his cause. The high-powered showdown among the web-slinger, Puma, and Beyonder takes place at a nightclub! First 75¢ issue. 32 pages Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #111
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    Canadian edition with $.95 cover price. "All My Sins Remembered" Part 4 of 4. Guest-starring Daredevil. Script by Peter David. Pencils by Rich Buckler. Inks by (unnamed) many hands. Cover by Rich Buckler and Joe Rubinstein. It's the dramatic conclusion to the Sin-Eater saga! The web-slinger and the Man Without Fear finally catch up to the Sin-Eater at the Jameson residence, and a tremendous battle follows between...Daredevil and Spider-Man?!? Will Peter Parker and Matt Murdock ever see eye-to-eye on justice for the Sin-Eater? Last 65¢ issue. (Notes: This four-part story was reprinted in 1990 in a trade paperback titled "The Death of Jean DeWolff." Stan Carter (aka the Sin-Eater) returns in Spectacular Spider-Man 128.) 32 pages Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #111MJ
    Spectacular Spider-Man (1976 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 111MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. "And Then The Gods Cried" Secret Wars II crossover. Script by Jim Owsley. Pencils by Rich Buckler. Inks by (unnamed) many hands. Cover by Rich Buckler. Following the events of Amazing Spider-Man 273, the Beyonder and the Puma meet in Japan. After their confrontation, Thomas Fireheart is convinced more than ever that the Beyonder must be destroyed, so he returns to New York and tries to recruit the reluctant wall-crawler to his cause. The high-powered showdown among the web-slinger, Puma, and Beyonder takes place at a nightclub! First 75¢ issue. 32 pages Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #16
    Spirit (1983 Kitchen Sink) 16

    Cover art by Will Eisner. Hoagy the Yogi II starring the Spirit and Ebony. April Fool starring the Spirit. Pinhead starring the Spirit. Escape starring the Spirit. Scripts and Pencils by Will Eisner, inks by Eisner and Jerry Grandenetti. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #6
    Squadron Supreme (1985 1st Series) 6

    "Inner Circle!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan, Keith Williams, and Sam De La Rosa. Cover by Bob Layton. Has the Squadron gone too far. In this seminal issue the world's greatest heroes use the super-technology at their disposal to brainwash some of their greatest foes and make them good guys. The Squadron Supreme may have just crossed a line they may never return from. Story continued in Captain America (Vol. 1) #314. 32 pages, FC.

    NOTE: Almost two decades before DC's classic Identity Crisis Mark Gruenwald explored the scary notion of heroes going too far to preserve justice. - Odinson, Lonestar Comics Archivist Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #6
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    Canadian edition with $0.95 cover price - "Inner Circle!" Story by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Paul Ryan, Keith Williams, and Sam De La Rosa. Cover by Bob Layton. Has the Squadron gone too far. In this seminal issue the world's greatest heroes use the super-technology at their disposal to brainwash some of their greatest foes and make them good guys. The Squadron Supreme may have just crossed a line they may never return from. Story continued in Captain America (Vol. 1) #314. 32 pages, FC.

    NOTE: Almost two decades before DC's classic Identity Crisis Mark Gruenwald explored the scary notion of heroes going too far to preserve justice. - Odinson, Lonestar Comics Archivist Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #5
    Stainless Steel Rat (1985) 5

    Cover art by Carlos Ezquerra. Judge Dredd: The Early Cases introl featuring Eagle Talk, script by Nick Landau, art by Ron Turner and Mike McMahon. The Stainless Steel Rat For President Part One starring The Stainless Steel Rat, script by Harry Harrison and Kelvin Gosnell, art by Carlos Ezquerra; An adaptation of Harry Harrison's 1982 novel, The Stainless Steel Rat For President. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #23
    Star Trek (1984 1st Series DC) 23

    Kirk and Scotty try to shake Redjac from the Excelsior's tail, while Dr. McCoy tend to the injured Chekov in "Wolf At The Door". Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Script by Tony Isabella, pencils by Tom Sutton, inks by Ricardo Villagran. Denys Cowan/Klaus Janson cover. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #23
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    Canadian edition with $.95 cover price. Kirk and Scotty try to shake Redjac from the Excelsior's tail, while Dr. McCoy tend to the injured Chekov in "Wolf At The Door". Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Script by Tony Isabella, pencils by Tom Sutton, inks by Ricardo Villagran. Denys Cowan/Klaus Janson cover. Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #23MJ
    Star Trek (1984 1st Series DC) Mark Jewelers 23MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Kirk and Scotty try to shake Redjac from the Excelsior's tail, while Dr. McCoy tend to the injured Chekov in "Wolf At The Door". Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Script by Tony Isabella, pencils by Tom Sutton, inks by Ricardo Villagran. Denys Cowan/Klaus Janson cover. Cover price $0.75.

  • Vol. 8 #6
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  • Issue #90
    Starburst (1978- Present Visual Imagination) 90

    Starburst is the British magazine featuring "monthly coverage of fantastic films." Issue #90 includes: Daleks - brains in boxes; Computer special effects - how it's done; Black Adder - studio report on his return. Dalek (from Doctor Who) cover. NOTE: #88-Present published by Visual Imagination. Cover price $3.25.

  • Issue #103
    Starlog (1976) 103
    Published Feb 1986 by Starlog.

    Daryl Hannah - Splash's mermaid goes primitive in Clan of the Cave Bear; The Hitcher - Rutger Hauer rides the highway to hell; Labyrinth - Jim Henson, George Lucas & David Bowie team up; Harve Bennett on producing Star Trek; Rob Bottin on Legend makeup FX; Enemy Mine - director Wolfgang Petersen; Elmer Bernstein on scoring Ghostbusters; editing ALIEN; Star Wars sound FX; designing Young Sherlock Holmes; Ladyhawke script woes. Daryl Hannah in Clan of the Cave Bear cover. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #6
    Starstruck (1985) 6

    Cover by Michael Kaluta. Kiss Daddy Goodnight, script by Elaine Lee, art by Michael Kaluta; Starstruck's final issue may also be Brucilla's last stand!; She is accused of treason and the Brigade, Verloona, the Baron and almost everyone else on Rec Station 97 are against her!; Will the mystery witness please sign in?; And will she save Brucilla? 36 pgs. $1.50. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #14-1ST
    Steve Canyon TPB (1983-1991 Milton Caniff) 14-1ST

    Volume 14 - 1st printing.

    Story and art by Milton Caniff. Supplemental material by Ron Goulart and Dave Schreiner, and Scorchy Smith strips by Noel Sickles.

    Collects the Steve Canyon daily and Sunday strips from Aug. 6 to Nov. 15, 1951. Also featuring Scorchy Smith. Having rejoined the Air Force during the Korean War, Steve is caught between a straight-arrow commander and the commander's wife, who has a shadowy past. Also, Scorchy Smith battles cattle rustlers. Kitchen Sink also provides a wealth of behind-the-scenes material about Caniff's career. This issue features a promotional illustration by Caniff for the Columbus Dispatch newspaper in 1965; a look at Caniff's first published cartoons in the Dispatch's "Escape From the Pen"; and Caniff's thoughts on the character Delta Index and the rivalry between the branches of the U.S. military. The Colonel and His Lady; Escapes From the Pen; Columbus Sketchbook - 1965; Notes on "Scorchy Smith"; Scorchy Smith; Steve Canyon.

    Softcover (squarebound), 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 72 pages, B&W.

    Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #105
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    Ruweisat Ridge

    NOTE: Includes complete game.

  • Issue #6
    Strawberry Shortcake (1985 Marvel/Star Comics) 6

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    Raisin Cane is sick and tired of Strawberry Shortcake and her friends being so happy and having so much fun. So she decides to do something to spoil their fun – give them the book known as the meanest book in the world. But the book leads to something unexpected in a two-part story, "The Meanest Book in the World" and "The Tea Party." Script by Stan Kay and art by Howard Post & Roberta Edelman Cover price $0.65.

  • Issue #6
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    Canadian edition with $.75 cover price - Raisin Cane is sick and tired of Strawberry Shortcake and her friends being so happy and having so much fun. So she decides to do something to spoil their fun – give them the book known as the meanest book in the world. But the book leads to something unexpected in a two-part story, "The Meanest Book in the World" and "The Tea Party." Script by Stan Kay and art by Howard Post & Roberta Edelman 32 pages, FC. All Ages Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #3
    Strontium Dog (1995 Eagle) 3

    Alan Grant story; Carlos Ezquerra art Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #6
    Super Powers (1985 2nd Series) 6

    The cleverly titled "Darkseid of the Moon" finds the Justice League battling Darkseid's minions and even Darkseid himself for the fate of the world. The issue is dedicated to: Julius Schwartz, Gardner Fox, Mike Sekowsky, and Bernie Sachs. Based on the cartoon series of the same name. Written by Paul Kupperberg, with pencils by Jack Kirby and inks by Greg Theakston. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #6
    Super Powers (1985 2nd Series) Canadian Price Variant 6

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    Canadian edition with $.95 cover price. The cleverly titled "Darkseid of the Moon" finds the Justice League battling Darkseid's minions and even Darkseid himself for the fate of the world. The issue is dedicated to: Julius Schwartz, Gardner Fox, Mike Sekowsky, and Bernie Sachs. Based on the cartoon series of the same name. Written by Paul Kupperberg, with pencils by Jack Kirby and inks by Greg Theakston. Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #416
    Superman (1939 1st Series) 416
    Published Feb 1986 by DC.

    What is there about every March 14th that triggers off a crime-spree by Luthor? Plus: "The Ghost of Superman-Future!" A back-up story in which an aged Superman has a grim warning for his present-day self! Scripts by Elliot S! Maggin, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Al Williamson. Cover by Eduardo Barreto. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #416
    Superman (1939 1st Series) Canadian Edition 416

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    Canadian edition. What is there about every March 14th that triggers off a crime-spree by Luthor? Plus: "The Ghost of Superman-Future!" A back-up story in which an aged Superman has a grim warning for his present-day self! Scripts by Elliot S! Maggin, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Al Williamson. Cover by Eduardo Barreto. Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #416MJ
    Superman (1939 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 416MJ

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. What is there about every March 14th that triggers off a crime-spree by Luthor? Plus: "The Ghost of Superman-Future!" A back-up story in which an aged Superman has a grim warning for his present-day self! Scripts by Elliot S! Maggin, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Al Williamson. Cover by Eduardo Barreto. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #45
    Swamp Thing (1982 2nd Series) 45

    In a bizarre sprawling house, thousands of ghosts from America's violent past haunt Swamp Thing as the "American Gothic" continues! Alan Moore scripts the only series to win five Kirby Awards! Pencils by Stan Woch, inks by Alfredo Alcala. Cover by Stephen Bissette and John Totleben. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #45
    Swamp Thing (1982 2nd Series) Canadian Price Variant 45

    Canadian edition with $.95 cover price. In a bizarre sprawling house, thousands of ghosts from America's violent past haunt Swamp Thing as the "American Gothic" continues! Alan Moore scripts the only series to win five Kirby Awards! Pencils by Stan Woch, inks by Alfredo Alcala. Cover by Stephen Bissette and John Totleben. Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #1
    Tales of the Jackalope (1986 Blackthorne) 1

    Stories, art and cover by Robert L. Crabb. Another funny-animal spoof from the creator and publisher of Hamster Vice. Junior, a mythical jackalope (a jackrabbit with antelope horns) has wacky adventures that also provide sly commentary on American society as it existed in the 1980s. Professor Von Crabman explains the Pedigres Leapusalopus, or jackalope; The connection between the jackalope and Bigfoot; Junior Jackalope meets Beaver and the kamikaze Suicide Squirrel. So, What IS a Jackalope?; The Wilderness Camp of Wild Jackalope Dan McCoy; Roots; The Jackalope....Friend of Big Foot?; Junior and the Beaver: Sticks an Stones; Junior Jackalope: Squirrels Before Swine; Survival of the Faddist; Sabretooth Jackalope. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #32
    Thing (1983-1986 1st Series) 32

    "Home!" Guest-starring Vance Astro (Justice). Story by Mike Carlin. Art by Ron Wilson and Dave Simons. Vance Astro steps into the squared circle, but his first match may just be his last. 32 pages, FC Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #32
    Thing (1983-1986 1st Series) Canadian Price Variant 32

    Canadian edition with $.95 cover price. "Home!" Guest-starring Vance Astro (Justice). Story by Mike Carlin. Art by Ron Wilson and Dave Simons. Vance Astro steps into the squared circle, but his first match may just be his last. 32 pages, FC Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #32MJ
    Thing (1983-1986) Mark Jewelers 32MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #364
    Thor (1962-1996 1st Series Journey Into Mystery) 364

    First 75-cent cover price. Cover by Walt Simonson. "Thor Croaks," script and art by Walt Simonson; Asgard is holding the Althing to determine who will be her next ruler, but where is the mighty Thor?; Thanks to a spell by Loki, Thor is a frog living in Central Park who joins more of his kind in a battle with some sinister rats; Hildy finds the sword of Surtur. Appearances by Beta Ray Bill, Sif, Hogun, Fandral, Volstagg, and Heimdall. Bullpen Bulletins. 36 pgs., full color. $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #364
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    Canadian edition with $.95 cover price. Cover by Walt Simonson. "Thor Croaks," script and art by Walt Simonson; Asgard is holding the Althing to determine who will be her next ruler, but where is the mighty Thor?; Thanks to a spell by Loki, Thor is a frog living in Central Park who joins more of his kind in a battle with some sinister rats; Hildy finds the sword of Surtur. Appearances by Beta Ray Bill, Sif, Hogun, Fandral, Volstagg, and Heimdall. Bullpen Bulletins. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.95.