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Comic books October 1986

  • Issue #604
    Twilight Zone Magazine (1981) 604

    Volume 6 #4, Oct. 1986. This issue includes the following: fiction by Robert R. McCammon, Jon Cohen, John Hermann, and others; an interview with Robert R. McCammon by Joe R. Lansdale; an article about Cronenberg's The Fly; part two of the teleplay to He's Alive; and more. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Twisted Tantrums of the Purple Snit (1986) 1

    Stories by John Stephenson. Art by Dennis Francis. Cover by Michael Kelley. One of the oddball comics to emerge during the independent comic publishing explosion of the mid-1980s. The Purple Snit is a foul-tempered creature who comically vents his frustration on everyone around him, most particularly his roommate, the hapless Funk, and their dog, Biting Wit. Trick or Trash; I, Wit; With Great Power, Comes Great Chuckles! 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #3
    Ultra Klutz (1986) 3
  • Issue #210
    Uncanny X-Men (1963 1st Series) 210
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    Mutant Massacre tie-in - Story by Chris Claremont. Art by John Romita, Jr. Thus, begins one of the darkest days in the history of mutantkind. A mysterious group of super-powered killers begins quest of genocide against mutants and the only thing standing in their way is the X-Men. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #210MJ
    Uncanny X-Men (1963 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 210MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Mutant Massacre tie-in. Part 1 of 4. Story by Chris Claremont. Art by John Romita, Jr. Thus, begins one of the darkest days in the history of mutantkind. A mysterious group of super-powered killers begins quest of genocide against mutants and the only thing standing in their way is the X-Men. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #210
    Uncle Scrooge (1954 Dell/Gold Key/Gladstone/Gemstone) 210

    1st Gladstone Issue. Cover pencils by Carl Barks (sketch) and Daan Jippes, inks by Daan Jippes. The Robot Raiders of Magica De Spell starring Uncle Scrooge, Magica de Spell, Huey, Dewey and Louie, and Miss Emily Quackfaster, script by Joel Katz (plot), Dave Angus (script), and Geoffrey Blum (US script), art by Daniel Branca. Terror of the Beagle Boys starring Donald Duck, Uncle Scrooge, and Beagle Boys, script and art by Carl Barks. A Stitch in Time starring The Beagle Boys, script by Bob Bartholomew and Byron Erickson (US script), art by Ignasi Calvet Esteban [as Esteban]. Migrating Millions starring Uncle Scrooge, script and art by Carl Barks. 36 pgs. $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #1
    Unicorn Isle (1986) 1

    Cover by Nicholas Koenig and Lee Marrs. Unicorn Isle Betrayed chapter 1, script by Lee Marrs, pencils by Nicholas Koenig, inks by Romeo Tanghal and Lee Marrs; Young Nils is given a prophecy by a unicorn; The summer Solstice Festival is the only time the unicorns appear to the humans; This year, one of the unicorns is kidnapped. Photo tribute to the crew of the Space Shuttle Challenger (Jan 28, 1986). 36 pgs., full color. 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1
    Usagi Yojimbo Summer Special (1986) 1

    Reprints the first Usagi Yojimbo stories, The Goblin of Adachigahara and Lone Rabbit and Child, from Albedo comics #2 – 4, and includes a new story of Stan Sakais rabbit samurai, The Confession. Served as a sort of pilot for the Fantagraphics Usagi series that debuted in July 87. Story, art and wraparound cover by Sakai. Also features an intro by Mark Evanier and a pin-up by Sergio Aragones. Cover price $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #1337
    Victor (1961-1992 D.C. Thompson) UK 1337
  • Issue #1338
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  • Issue #1339
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  • Issue #1340
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  • Issue #34
    Vigilante (1983 1st Series) 34

    Marcia King returns to Adrian's life while the judge is recovering from severe injuries, only to play a part in the rematch with the Health Club Bomber! Writer Paul Kupperberg and artists Tod Smith and Rick Magyar provide the details. Cover by Smith and Magyar. Deluxe format. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #5
    Wally Wood's THUNDER Agents (1984) 5

    Cover by Mike Machlan and Jerry Ordway. "Thunder on the Moon". Part 1 of ? 15 pages. Story by Roger McKenzie. Art by Jerry Ordway. Investigating an abandoned base on the moon, the Agents meet the characters from the series Codename: Danger and each wonder what the other is doing there. "Kiss of the gauntlet". Part 4 of ? Plot and pencils by Keith Giffen. Script by Tom and Mary Bierbaum. Inks by Rick Bryant. Old army buddy Mal Severino continues to kill everyone who matters to Lightening. Can even the fastest Thunder Agent stop him? "Look! Up in the sky! Its a bird…Its a plane…". Story by David Singer. Pencils by Mike Harris. Inks by Jose Marzan Jr. Going to a costume party, Dynamo is dressed like a very familiar character from another company. The confusion gets worse when he has to use his powers to stop a bank robbery. "Refuge from tomorrow. Eeeek…" Story by Anthony Pereira. Art by John Statema, Ron Lim, and Mike Witherby. A strange young woman from the future is being chased by a giant purple gorilla. But is it all just a game? Final issue of the series. 48 pages. Full color. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #511
    Walt Disney's Comics and Stories (1940 Dell/Gold Key/Gladstone) 511

    First Gladstone edition. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #110
    Warlord (1976 1st Series DC) 110

    Morgan and Shakira aid Asmara and her people who inhabit a floating city in "The Secret of Skyra III." Script by Michael Fleisher and art by Ron Randall. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #110
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    Canadian edition with $1.00 cover price - Morgan and Shakira aid Asmara and her people who inhabit a floating city in "The Secret of Skyra III." Script by Michael Fleisher and art by Ron Randall. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #2
    Watchmen (1986) 2
    Published Oct 1986 by DC.

    "Absent Friends". Part 2 of 12. Story by Alan Moore. Art and cover by Dave Gibbons. At the funeral of The Comedian, the cast members recall crucial moments in his life, giving us a lot of insight into his character, and theirs. Includes four page fictional text feature presenting chapters 3 and 4 of Hollis Masons book, "Under the Hood". 32 pages. Full color. No ads. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #19
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) 19

    "Humbug!" Story by David Michelinie. Art by Marc Silvestri and Bob McLeod. Spider-Man makes short work of a new villain called Humbug! Meanwhile, a new vigilante named Solo is fighting terrorists in Europe. First appearances of Humbug and Solo. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #19MJ
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 19MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Marvel 25th Anniversary Cover - "Humbug!" Story by David Michelinie. Art by Marc Silvestri and Bob McLeod. Spider-Man makes short work of a new villain called Humbug! Meanwhile, a new vigilante named Solo is fighting terrorists in Europe. First appearances of Humbug and Solo. (Note: This issue includes a full page ad for the upcoming Classic X-Men series.) 32 pages Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #3
    Whisper (1986 First) 3

    With enemies closing in, Alexis tries to protect Kirk and herself, but it isn't easy in "Datapanik in the Year Zero Part 3: The Crackdown." Script by Steven Grant and art by Norm Breyfogle & John Nyberg. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #82
    White Dwarf (1977-Present Games Workshop Magazine) 82

    The Role-Playing Games Monthly. In this issue: Warhammer Special - Competition and Pull-Out. Plus: The Light Fantastic; Judge Dredd; Traveller; and more. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #20
    Who's Who The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985) 20

    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 twenty has entries for Sandman, Scarecrow, Sgt. Rock, Shazam, and many others. Character renderings are by such artistic greats as Michael Bair, Russ Heath, Wendi Pini, Steve Ditko, and John Bolton. FULL DETAIL: 20 - Character/artist listing: Rubberduck by Scott Shaw!; Ryand'r by Shawn McManus; Sabbac by Kurt Schaffenberger; Sandman I by Michael Bair; Sandman II by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott; Sandy the Golden Boy by Jack Kirby and Greg Theakston; Sarge Steel by Dick Giordano; Sargon the Sorcerer by Fred Fredericks and Dick Giordano; Saturn Girl by Curt Swan and Karl Kesel; Saturn Queen by Dan Jurgens and Bob Oksner; Scalphunter by George Evans; Scarecrow by Art Adams; Scavenger by Ron Frenz and Bob Smith; S.T.A.R. Labs by Ross Andru and Ricardo Villagran; Sea Devils by Russ Heath; Secret Six by Jack Sperling; Secret Society of Super-Villains by Alex Saviuk and Mike DeCarlo; Sensei by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez; Sensor Girl by Steve Lightle; Sgt. Rock by Joe Kubert; Serifan by Jack Kirby and Gary Martin; Seven Soldiers of Victory by Howard Bender and Dell Barras; Shade by Carmine Infantino and Rick Magyar; Shade the Changing Man by Steve Ditko; Shadow Lass by Steve Lightle; Shadow-Thief by Joe Kubert; Shaggy Man by Wendy Pini; Shakira by Mike Grell; Shark by Dave Gibbons; Shazam by Jerry Bingham; Shimmer by Chuck Patton and Bob Smith; Shining Knight by John Bolton. Paris Cullins/Dick Giordano cover. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #20
    Who's Who The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985) Canadian Price Variant 20

    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 twenty has entries for Sandman, Scarecrow, Sgt. Rock, Shazam, and many others. Character renderings are by such artistic greats as Michael Bair, Russ Heath, Wendi Pini, Steve Ditko, and John Bolton. FULL DETAIL: 20 - Character/artist listing: Rubberduck by Scott Shaw!; Ryand'r by Shawn McManus; Sabbac by Kurt Schaffenberger; Sandman I by Michael Bair; Sandman II by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott; Sandy the Golden Boy by Jack Kirby and Greg Theakston; Sarge Steel by Dick Giordano; Sargon the Sorcerer by Fred Fredericks and Dick Giordano; Saturn Girl by Curt Swan and Karl Kesel; Saturn Queen by Dan Jurgens and Bob Oksner; Scalphunter by George Evans; Scarecrow by Art Adams; Scavenger by Ron Frenz and Bob Smith; S.T.A.R. Labs by Ross Andru and Ricardo Villagran; Sea Devils by Russ Heath; Secret Six by Jack Sperling; Secret Society of Super-Villains by Alex Saviuk and Mike DeCarlo; Sensei by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez; Sensor Girl by Steve Lightle; Sgt. Rock by Joe Kubert; Serifan by Jack Kirby and Gary Martin; Seven Soldiers of Victory by Howard Bender and Dell Barras; Shade by Carmine Infantino and Rick Magyar; Shade the Changing Man by Steve Ditko; Shadow Lass by Steve Lightle; Shadow-Thief by Joe Kubert; Shaggy Man by Wendy Pini; Shakira by Mike Grell; Shark by Dave Gibbons; Shazam by Jerry Bingham; Shimmer by Chuck Patton and Bob Smith; Shining Knight by John Bolton. Paris Cullins/Dick Giordano cover. Cover price $1.35.

  • Issue #21
    Who's Who The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985) Canadian Price Variant 21

    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 twenty one has entries for Sinestro, Solomon Grundy, the Spectre, Speedy, and many others. Character renderings are by such artistic greats as Gil Kane, Michael Kaluta, Jamie Hernandez, Scott McLeod, and Mike Machlan. FULL DETAIL: 21 - Character/artist listing: Shrinking Violet by Jaime Hernandez; Signalman by Ross Andru and Rick Magyar; Silent Knight by Irv Novick and Bruce Patterson; Silver Deer by Joe Brozowski and Rodin Rodriguez; Silver Ghost by Scott McLeod; Silver Scarab by Mike Machlan and Jerry Ordway; Silver Swan by Bill Sienkiewicz; Sinestro by Gil Kane; Sivana by Kurt Schaffenberger; Sivana Family by Kurt Schaffenberger; Skartaris by ?; Skull by Dan Jurgens and Dave Hunt; Skyman by Tom Grindberg; Slam Bradley by Jim Aparo; Slipknot by Joe Brozowski and Jerry Acerno; Snapper Carr by Joe Brozowski and Bernard Sachs; Solomon Grundy by Murphy Anderson; Sonar by Gil Kane; Son of Vulcan by Ross Andru and Romeo Tanghal; Space Cabbie by Bernard Sachs; Space Museum by Carmine Infantino and Mike DeCarlo; Space Ranger by John Workman and Bob Smith; Spanner's Galaxy by Tom Mandrake; Spawn of Frankenstein by Michael Kaluta; Spectre by Mike Machlan and Jerry Ordway; Speedy I by Eric Shanower; Speedy II by Stan Woch; Spellbinder by Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella; Spider Guild by Kevin O'Neill; Spook by Irv Novick and Bill Wray; Sportsmaster by Chuck Beckum; Stalker by Steve Ditko and Joe Orlando; Star Boy by Greg LaRocque and Joe Rubinstein; Starfinger by Martin King and Dell Barras. Ernie Colon/Dick Giordano cover. Cover price $1.35.

  • Issue #2
    Wizard of Time (1986) 2
  • Issue #18-1ST
    Wizards, Warriors, and You PB (1984-1986 Avon Books) 18-1ST

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    Volume 18 - 1st printing. "Warrior Women of Weymouth!"

    Written by Barbara Siegel and Scott Siegel . Art and cover by Earl Norem.

    More than 20 possible adventures!

    You must choose NOW - will you be the Wizard or the Warrior?

    As the WIZARD, you will take with you the Book of Spells. You will master of all its mysterious magic.
    As the WARRIOR, you will take the Book of Weapons. Its complete arsenal is yours to use with your legendary skill.

    Magic or Sword? Whichever you choose, play the game wisely the and glorious legend of the Wizard and Warrior will live on!

    Softcover, 4-in. x 7-in., 112 pages, Text (with B&W Chapter Illustrations).

    Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1
    Wrong Comic (1986) 1

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    The adventures of Joe Dinosaur-Head. Story and art by Bob Pendavaris. Sketch of Jone Dinosaur-Head and the Flaming Carrot by Bob Burden. 8.5-in. x 11-in.; black and white; 20 pages on white paper. Cover price $1.70.

  • Issue #9
    X-Factor (1986 1st Series) 9
    Published Oct 1986 by Marvel.

    The Mutant Massacre! "Spots!" Story by Louise Simonson. Art by Terry Shoemaker and Joe Rubinstein. Cover by Marc Silvestri and Joe Rubinstein. This issue begins one of the darkest chapters in mutant history. A mercenary force called the Marauders attempt to commit genocide on the outcast Morlocks, and the only thing standing in their way is the X-Men and X-Factor. This is a storyline that has repercussions on the X-titles for years to come. But first, X-Factor must battle the government sponsored Freedom Force for the future of a mutant who is under their protection. NOTE: Includes the Mutant Massacre Map, a key to following the events in this pivotal storyline. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #9MJ
    X-Factor (1986 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 9MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Marvel 25th Anniversary Cover - The Mutant Massacre! "Spots!" Story by Louise Simonson. Art by Terry Shoemaker and Joe Rubinstein. Cover by Marc Silvestri and Joe Rubinstein. This issue begins one of the darkest chapters in mutant history. A mercenary force called the Marauders attempt to commit genocide on the outcast Morlocks, and the only thing standing in their way is the X-Men and X-Factor. This is a storyline that has repercussions on the X-titles for years to come. But first, X-Factor must battle the government sponsored Freedom Force for the future of a mutant who is under their protection. NOTE: Includes the Mutant Massacre Map, a key to following the events in this pivotal storyline. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #2
    X-Men Classic (1986-1995 Marvel) Classic X-Men 2

    This issue integrates 5 new pages into a reprint of Uncanny X-Men 94. "The Doomsmith Scenario!" Script by Chris Claremont, new and reprint art by Dave Cockrum. New Storm/Jean Grey back-up story: "First Friends." Script by Claremont, art by John Bolton. Moon Knight appearance. New Arthur Adams front cover; new John Bolton back cover. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #2
    Zooniverse (1986) 2