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Comic books February 1986

  • Issue #364MJ
    Thor (1962-1996 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 364MJ

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    Mark Jewelers Advertisement Insert Variant. 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 #5
    Thunder Bunny (1985 Warp/Apple) Comic 5

    Cover by Brian Buniak and Willie Blyberg. Editor Richard Pini discusses the Rutland, Vermont Halloween Parade. Moonlight Miss, script by Martin L. Greim, art by Brian Buniak; Bobby, Al, and Gary head to Rutland, Vermont for the annual Halloween Parade, where they run into the Max Pack and Moon Miss, who are trying to find a treasure hidden in the town. Myth Adventures ad, art by Jim Valentino. Petition to have Marvel Comics return Jack Kirby's original artwork to Jack. Image of a space shuttle and R.F. Scott quote honoring the Challenger Space Shuttle Disaster, which had occurred the month before. 36 pgs., black and white. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #2
    Thundercats (1985 1st Series Marvel) 2
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    65 cent cover. "Tears of Sunrise!" Written by David Micheline. Art by Jim Mooney and Brett Breeding. Lion-O, leader of the Thundercats and armed with the mystical Sword of Omens, defends his people and the benevolent denizens of third Earth against Mumm-Ra and the other malevolent creatures that hide in the shadows and cracks of this strange new world. 32 pages, FC Cover price $0.65.

  • Issue #2
    Thundercats (1985 1st Series Marvel) Canadian Price Variant 2

    Canadian edition with $.75 cover price - "Tears of Sunrise!" Written by David Micheline. Art by Jim Mooney and Brett Breeding. Lion-O, leader of the Thundercats and armed with the mystical Sword of Omens, defends his people and the benevolent denizens of third Earth against Mumm-Ra and the other malevolent creatures that hide in the shadows and cracks of this strange new world. 32 pages, FC Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #6
    Top Dog (1985-1987 Marvel/Star Comics) 6

    Melvin Megabucks, the richest and meanest kid in town, returns and he is still convinced that Top Dog can talk and still determined to own Top Dog. And Melvin will go to any lengths to do that, including hiring the world's greatest mad scientists to help in "Frank 'N' Stein" and Lightning Strikes Twice." Then, in "The Check-Up," Top Dog doesn't want to go to the doctor but has no choice. Issue also has a one-page gag strip. Scripts by Lennie Herman and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $0.65.

  • Issue #11
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  • Issue #13
    Transformers (1984 Marvel) 1st Printing 13

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    Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. This issue has a Transformers tale from a different viewpoint as loser and gambler Joey Slick stumbles across a very strange gun while running from some gangsters trying to collect on Slick's gambling debts. But the gun is actually Megatron in a transformed state and Joey uses Megatron to his advantage and fixes a few things in his miserable life in "Shooting Star." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Al Gordon. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #13
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    Canadian Edition with $.95 cover price - Early comic book version of the famous "transforming" robots. This issue has a Transformers tale from a different viewpoint as loser and gambler Joey Slick stumbles across a very strange gun while running from some gangsters trying to collect on Slick's gambling debts. But the gun is actually Megatron in a transformed state and Joey uses Megatron to his advantage and fixes a few things in his miserable life in "Shooting Star." Script by Bob Budiansky and art by Don Perlin & Al Gordon. 32 pages, FC.

  • Issue #47
    Transformers Magazine (1984 UK) 47

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    Weekly publication reprinting small portions of Transformers (1984 Marvel). UK edition contain same material as their US counterparts.

  • Issue #1
    Trollords (1986 Tru Studios) 1

    Cover art by Scott Beaderstadt and Paul Fricke. "Last Rites," script and art by Scott Beaderstadt and Paul Fricke; Three trolls die and go to the afterlife, then sneak away when Death is not looking. Trollords illustration by Scott Beaderstadt and Paul Fricke. Trollords ad. A Heartfelt Tip of Our Hats to Our Splendid Sponsors illustration by Scott Beaderstadt and Paul Fricke. 36 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 124 #2
    True Detective (1924-1995 MacFadden) True Crime Magazine Vol. 124 #2
  • Vol. 36 #1
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  • Vol. 134 #1
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  • Issue #506
    Twilight Zone Magazine (1981) 506

    Volume 5 #6, Feb. 1986. This Stephen King Special issue includes the following: fiction by Stephen King, F. Paul Wilson, and others; King directs Maximum Overdrive; Douglas E. Winter on collecting King; part six of Night Gallery episode guide; the teleplay to Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?; and more. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Twisted Tales of Bruce Jones (1986) 1

    Stories, art and cover by Bruce Jones. Eclipse revives the acclaimed post-Code horror anthology from the mind of writer Bruce Jones, with Jones providing the art as well in this series. A lonely princess falls in love with a merman, but she doesn't know how to swim; Booba the Jungle Boy makes a monkey friend, in a spoof of Tarzan-style comics. The Princess and the Merman; Point of View; Stopped; Outside-In; Booba the Jungle Boy. 32 pages, Full Color. Mature readers. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #2
    Twisted Tales of Bruce Jones (1986) 2

    Stories, art and cover by Bruce Jones. Eclipse revives the acclaimed post-Code horror anthology from the mind of writer Bruce Jones, with Jones providing the art as well in this series. Zombies, cosmic beings, and playful spoofs of well-worn comics and science fiction tropes. Plague of Jewels; Starchild; A Rottin Deal; Interlude. 32 pages, Full Color. Mature readers. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #4
    Twisted Tales of Bruce Jones (1986) 4

    Stories, art and cover by Bruce Jones. Eclipse revives the acclaimed post-Code horror anthology from the mind of writer Bruce Jones, with Jones providing the art as well in this series. Female vampires come out of the dark; A rough beast waits to be born. Hung Up; Alone; The Light At South Point; Vampires of Lesbos; Birth. Final issue of the series; followed by Twisted Tales 3-D (1986) #1. 32 pages, Full Color. Mature readers. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #202
    Uncanny X-Men (1963 1st Series) 202
    Published Feb 1986 by Marvel.

    Secret Wars II tie-in. - "...I've Gone to Kill the Beyonder!" Story by Chris Claremont. Art by John Romita, Jr. and Al Williamson. Rachel attempts to destroy the Beyonder. But what happens when even the power of the Phoenix pales in comparison to the power of the One from Beyond? Now in retaliation, the X-Men must yet again battle the mutant hunting automations known as the Sentinels. NOTE: This is one of my favorite X-Men covers. - Odinson, Lone Star Comics Archivist Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #202
    Uncanny X-Men (1963 1st Series) Canadian Price Variant 202

    Canadian Edition with $.75 cover price. Secret Wars II tie-in. - "...I've Gone to Kill the Beyonder!" Story by Chris Claremont. Art by John Romita, Jr. and Al Williamson. Rachel attempts to destroy the Beyonder. But what happens when even the power of the Phoenix pales in comparison to the power of the One from Beyond? Now in retaliation, the X-Men must yet again battle the mutant hunting automations known as the Sentinels. NOTE: This is one of my favorite X-Men covers Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #202MJ
    Uncanny X-Men (1963 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 202MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Secret Wars II tie-in. "...I've Gone to Kill the Beyonder!" Story by Chris Claremont. Art by John Romita, Jr. and Al Williamson. Rachel attempts to destroy the Beyonder. But what happens when even the power of the Phoenix pales in comparison to the power of the One from Beyond? Now in retaliation, the X-Men must yet again battle the mutant hunting automations known as the Sentinels. NOTE: This is one of my favorite X-Men covers. - Odinson, Lone Star Comics Archivist Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #13
    V (1985) 13
    Published Feb 1986 by DC.

    "The Prince and the Power!" Written by Cary Bates. Art by Carmine Infantino and Tony DeZuniga. Cover by Jerry Bingham. Diana is relentless in her pursuit of the Leader's son. Julie and Mike remain on the run! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #13
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    Canadian edition with $.95 cover price. "The Prince and the Power!" Written by Cary Bates. Art by Carmine Infantino and Tony DeZuniga. Cover by Jerry Bingham. Diana is relentless in her pursuit of the Leader's son. Julie and Mike remain on the run! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #1302
    Victor (1961-1992 D.C. Thompson) UK 1302
  • Issue #1303
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  • Issue #1304
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  • Issue #1305
    Victor (1961-1992 D.C. Thompson) UK 1305

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  • Issue #26
    Vigilante (1983 1st Series) 26

    The Electrocutioner crosses Vigilante's path as Adrian Chase pursues a drug dealer released on a technicality. Written by Paul Kupperberg, with art by Tod Smith and Rick Magyar. Plus: Back-up tale by Kupperberg and Denys Cowan! Deluxe format. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #5
    Vision and the Scarlet Witch (1985 2nd Series) 5

    "All Hallow's Eve!" Story by Steve Englehart. Art by Richard Howell. Jack Abel, and Mike Esposito. Cover by Richard Howell and Joe Sinnott. It's Halloween in New Jersey! The Scarlet Witch has been lured into the realm of Samhain the Druid while searching for Agatha Harkness. Now the Vision must find the druid tome that was seemingly destroyed in the first Vision and Scarlet Witch Limited Series (1982) in order to save his wife! Cameo appearance by Quicksilver. 32 pages Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #16
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    Published 1986 (est.) by Dennis Publications.

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  • Issue #11
    Wally the Wizard (1985 Marvel/Star Comics) 11

    It's time for the Annual Spring Fest and the evil Sir Evilus intends to use the festival as cover for his invasion and plans to conquer King Kodger's kingdom. But the crystal ball shows that the one thing that can stand in the way of his plans for conquest and defeat him is Wally. How can Wally stop Sir Evilus' invasion? Find out in "Siege!" Script by Ben Brown and art by Ben Brown & Vince Colletta. Issue also has a "Wally's Magic Show" one-page comic strip. Cover price $0.65.

  • Issue #11
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    Canadian edition with $.75 cover price - It's time for the Annual Spring Fest and the evil Sir Evilus intends to use the festival as cover for his invasion and plans to conquer King Kodger's kingdom. But the crystal ball shows that the one thing that can stand in the way of his plans for conquest and defeat him is Wally. How can Wally stop Sir Evilus' invasion? Find out in "Siege!" Script by Ben Brown and art by Ben Brown & Vince Colletta. Issue also has a "Wally's Magic Show" one-page comic strip. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #4
    Wally Wood's THUNDER Agents (1984) 4

    Cover by George Perez. "The night the lights went out on Wall Street". 10 pages. Story by Dann Thomas. Pencils by George Perez. Inks by Dan Adkins. Three gunmen take over the New York Stock Exchange and manage to steal Ravens suit. Too bad no one showed them how to use it. "101 things to do with a dead president". Part 3 of ? 10 pages. Co-plot and script by Tom and Mary Bierbaum. Co-plot and pencils by Keith Giffen. Inks by Rick Bryant. Anarchy Inc. has rigged dead world leaders to explode at their funerals. Lightening must convince the officials of their countries that this well happen any way he can. "An alien nation". Part 2 of 2. 10 pages. Story by Stephen Perry. Pencils by Steve Ditko. Inks by Greg Theakson. Noman must use every single spare body he has if he wants to take down Cyrano De Klopps. "Well, I guess I am that kind of boy". Part 2 of 2. Plot by Brian Marshall. Script by David Singer. Art by Rich Buckler. The Thunder Agents team up to rescue Dynamo and Undersea Agent from the Iron Maiden. But since Dynamo is in the process of taking his relationship with her to another level, he may not want to be rescued. 48 pages. Full color. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #593
    Warlord (1974-1986 D.C. Thomson) UK 593
  • Issue #594
    Warlord (1974-1986 D.C. Thomson) UK 594
  • Issue #595
    Warlord (1974-1986 D.C. Thomson) UK 595
  • Issue #596
    Warlord (1974-1986 D.C. Thomson) UK 596
  • Issue #102
    Warlord (1976 1st Series DC) 102

    Still trying to find a cure for his daughter's ailment, Morgan comes to the aid of Zupara, Queen of the Q'Enara Amazons in "Deathwatch." Script by Michael Fleisher and art by Paris Cullins and Martin King and Pablo Marcos. Mike Grell cover. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #102
    Warlord (1976 1st Series DC) Canadian Price Variant 102

    Canadian edition with $.95 cover price. Still trying to find a cure for his daughter's ailment, Morgan comes to the aid of Zupara, Queen of the Q'Enara Amazons in "Deathwatch." Script by Michael Fleisher and art by Paris Cullins and Martin King and Pablo Marcos. Mike Grell cover. Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #11
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) 11

    "Have You Seen That Vigilante Man!" Story by Danny Fingeroth and Bill Mantlo. Art by Bob McLeod. Cover by Mark Beachum and Geof Isherwood. Peter Parker becomes a neighborhood hero when he stops three thugs from robbing the local laundromat. The three troublemakers want revenge on Peter, so they repeatedly vandalize his apartment. Now it's time for Spider-Man to get involved! First 75¢ issue. 32 pages Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #11
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    Canadian edition with $.95 cover price. "Have You Seen That Vigilante Man!" Story by Danny Fingeroth and Bill Mantlo. Art by Bob McLeod. Cover by Mark Beachum and Geof Isherwood. Peter Parker becomes a neighborhood hero when he stops three thugs from robbing the local laundromat. The three troublemakers want revenge on Peter, so they repeatedly vandalize his apartment. Now it's time for Spider-Man to get involved! 32 pages Cover price $0.95.

  • Issue #11MJ
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 11MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. "Have You Seen That Vigilante Man!" Story by Danny Fingeroth and Bill Mantlo. Art by Bob McLeod. Cover by Mark Beachum and Geof Isherwood. Peter Parker becomes a neighborhood hero when he stops three thugs from robbing the local laundromat. The three troublemakers want revenge on Peter, so they repeatedly vandalize his apartment. Now it's time for Spider-Man to get involved! First 75¢ issue. 32 pages Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #16
    Weirdo (1981) 16
    Published 1986 (est.) by Last Gasp.

    Cover by Robert Crumb. One-page strips by Mark Zingarelli. "The Lord Of Eltingville and His Pal Frank Sinatra," script and art by Drew Friedman. Untitled autobiographical strip, script by Aline Kominsky-Crumb and Robert Crumb; Aline admires her newly slim body and criticizes Robert's flabby stomach; Robert ponders how explicit this comic should be; The couple goes out in the yard to cut the weeds. "Fishlip Gets a Haircut," script and art by Cameron Striewski. "Fatal Fellatio," script by Dennis Eichhorn, art by Carel Moiseiwitsch. "A Day in the Life of Jeff, Jeff and Mike," script and art by David Collier; An irate parent interrupts the guys hanging out. Punk Magazine Revisited! article by Michael Macrone. "The Mystic Shrine," script and art by Kim Deitch; Kewpie learns the secret of the mystic shrine. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #16-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 16-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published Feb 1986 by Last Gasp.

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    Second printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. One-page strips by Mark Zingarelli. "The Lord Of Eltingville and His Pal Frank Sinatra," script and art by Drew Friedman. Untitled autobiographical strip, script by Aline Kominsky-Crumb and Robert Crumb; Aline admires her newly slim body and criticizes Robert's flabby stomach; Robert ponders how explicit this comic should be; The couple goes out in the yard to cut the weeds. "Fishlip Gets a Haircut," script and art by Cameron Striewski. "Fatal Fellatio," script by Dennis Eichhorn, art by Carel Moiseiwitsch. "A Day in the Life of Jeff, Jeff and Mike," script and art by David Collier; An irate parent interrupts the guys hanging out. Punk Magazine Revisited! article by Michael Macrone. "The Mystic Shrine," script and art by Kim Deitch; Kewpie learns the secret of the mystic shrine. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #74
    White Dwarf (1977-Present Games Workshop Magazine) 74

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    The Role-Playing Games Monthly. In this issue: A Company of Wolves - Lycanthropes in AD&D. Plus: Gentlemen and Players - British Investigators in Call of Cthulhu. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #12
    Who's Who The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985) 12

    Written primarily by Len Wein and Marv Wolfman (with research by E. Nelson Bridwell and others), Who's Who is a meticulously detailed, alphabetically arranged series of reference volumes that provides personal data, history, and powers and weapons for countless DC characters, both popular and obscure, both new (circa mid 1980s) and old. Volume twelve has entries for the Justice League, the Justice Society, Kamandi, Kid Flash, and many others. Character renderings are by such artistic greats as Wayne Boring, Bob Smith, Al Milgrom, Kyle Baker, and Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. FULL DETAIL: 12 - Character/artist listing: Jonny Double by Denys Cowan and Bill Wray; Jor-El by Wayne Boring and Jerry Ordway; Judo Master by Frank McLaughlin; Justice League of America by Luke McDonnell and Bill Wray; Justice League Headquarters by Howard Bender and Roy Richardson; Justice Society of America by Jerry Ordway; Justice Society Headquarters by Todd McFarlane; J. Wilbur Wolfingham by Bob Smith; Kalibak by Jack Kirby and Greg Theakston; Kalista by Tod Smith; Kamandi by Jack Kirby and Greg Theakston; Kana by Joe Brozowski and Bob Smith; Kandor by Howard Bender and Bob Smith; Kanjar Ro by Murphy Anderson; Karate Kid by Steve Lightle and Larry Mahlstedt; Katana by Jim Aparo; Key by Paris Cullins and Eduardo Barreto; Khunds by Dan Jurgens and Greg Theakston; Kid Devil by Alan Kupperberg and Bob Smith; Kid Eternity by Murphy Anderson; Kid Flash by George Perez; Killer Frost by Al Milgrom; Killer Moth by Tom Mandrake; Killer Shark by Kyle Baker; King by Marshall Rogers; King Faraday by Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson; Knights of the Galaxy by Carmine Infantino and Joe Rubinstein; Kobra by Alan Davis; Kole by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez; Kong the Untamed by Alfredo Alcala. Paris Cullins/Dick Giordano cover. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #12
    Who's Who The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985) Canadian Price Variant 12

    Canadian edition with $1.35 cover price. Written primarily by Len Wein and Marv Wolfman (with research by E. Nelson Bridwell and others), Who's Who is a meticulously detailed, alphabetically arranged series of reference volumes that provides personal data, history, and powers and weapons for countless DC characters, both popular and obscure, both new (circa mid 1980s) and old. Volume twelve has entries for the Justice League, the Justice Society, Kamandi, Kid Flash, and many others. Character renderings are by such artistic greats as Wayne Boring, Bob Smith, Al Milgrom, Kyle Baker, and Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. FULL DETAIL: 12 - Character/artist listing: Jonny Double by Denys Cowan and Bill Wray; Jor-El by Wayne Boring and Jerry Ordway; Judo Master by Frank McLaughlin; Justice League of America by Luke McDonnell and Bill Wray; Justice League Headquarters by Howard Bender and Roy Richardson; Justice Society of America by Jerry Ordway; Justice Society Headquarters by Todd McFarlane; J. Wilbur Wolfingham by Bob Smith; Kalibak by Jack Kirby and Greg Theakston; Kalista by Tod Smith; Kamandi by Jack Kirby and Greg Theakston; Kana by Joe Brozowski and Bob Smith; Kandor by Howard Bender and Bob Smith; Kanjar Ro by Murphy Anderson; Karate Kid by Steve Lightle and Larry Mahlstedt; Katana by Jim Aparo; Key by Paris Cullins and Eduardo Barreto; Khunds by Dan Jurgens and Greg Theakston; Kid Devil by Alan Kupperberg and Bob Smith; Kid Eternity by Murphy Anderson; Kid Flash by George Perez; Killer Frost by Al Milgrom; Killer Moth by Tom Mandrake; Killer Shark by Kyle Baker; King by Marshall Rogers; King Faraday by Carmine Infantino and Murphy Anderson; Knights of the Galaxy by Carmine Infantino and Joe Rubinstein; Kobra by Alan Davis; Kole by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez; Kong the Untamed by Alfredo Alcala. Paris Cullins/Dick Giordano cover. Cover price $1.35.

  • Issue #329
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 329

    Crisis crossover. 48 pages. Last issue in this series. Cover by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. "Of Gods and Men," script by Gerry Conway, art by Don Heck; After meeting with both the Anti-Monitor and Mars, Hades agrees to help his newfound allies against the Olympian gods and Amazons; On Paradise Island, despite Wonder Womans encouragement, Hippolyte sees devastation and refuses to try to continue; But Kore appears to both Amazons and tells them Hades, her husband, has fallen in with the Anti-Monitor, and both of them will find no respite in the underworld; At that point, the dead Amazons are reanimated by Hades, turned into zombies, and sent against Hippolyte, Wonder Woman, and Kore, but Diana defeats them and Kore sends them back to Hadess realm. On Earth, Lauren Haley dies as she falls in a crevasse; Wonder Woman returns to Washington, D.C. and reunites with Steve Trevor; They kiss, embrace, and declare their love for each other, leaving Etta alone with Howard; Howard admits he is in love with Etta, and she says that she has a feeling they will never see Wonder Woman or Steve again; Steve heads for Olympus with Wonder Woman in the Robot Plane; On Olympus, Wonder Woman, Steve, and Hippolytas Amazons face Mars and his zombie legions. 48 pgs., full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #1
    X-Factor (1986 1st Series) 1
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    • Signed by Bob Layton on 07/05/2013 Joe Rubinstein on 09/07/2013 and Walt Simonson on 09/09/2013.
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    • Witnessed Sigs: Joe Rubinstein on 05/19/2019, Louise Simonson and Walt Simonson on 06/30/2019 and Jim Shooter on 07/06/2019. Direct Edition.
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    Return of Jean Grey: Part 3 of 3 - "Third Genesis!" Mr. Fantastic cameo. Avengers flashback cameo. Story by Bob Layton. Art by Jackson Guice, Bob Layton, and Joe Rubinstein. Cover by Walt Simonson. Story continued from Avengers (1963-1996 1st Series) #263 and Fantastic Four (1961-1996 1st Series) #286. Charles Xavier is gone, whisked away to the far side of the universe by the Shi'Ar Empire (see Uncanny X-Men #200), but his dream is not dead. His original X-Men, Cyclops, Angel, Beast, Ice Man, and the recently resurrected Jean Grey, have reunited as the super-group called X-Factor to see his dream of mutants and humans co-existing in peace realized and brought to fruition. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #1
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    Canadian edition with $1.50 cover price. Return of Jean Grey: Part 3 of 3 - "Third Genesis!" Mr. Fantastic cameo. Avengers flashback cameo. Story by Bob Layton. Art by Jackson Guice, Bob Layton, and Joe Rubinstein. Cover by Walt Simonson. Story continued from Avengers (1963-1996 1st Series) #263 and Fantastic Four (1961-1996 1st Series) #286. Charles Xavier is gone, whisked away to the far side of the universe by the Shi'Ar Empire (see Uncanny X-Men #200), but his dream is not dead. His original X-Men, Cyclops, Angel, Beast, Ice Man, and the recently resurrected Jean Grey, have reunited as the super-group called X-Factor to see his dream of mutants and humans co-existing in peace realized and brought to fruition. Cover price $1.25.