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Comic books January 1988

  • Issue #3-1ST
    Far Side Gallery TPB (1984-1995 Andrews McMeel) 3-1ST

    Volume 3 - 1st printing.

    Art by Gary Larson.

    Collected wicked humor from the Far Side. Featuring cartoons from Hound of the Far Side, The Far Side Observer, and Night of the Crash-Test Dummies.

    Softcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 192 pages, B&W.

    Cover price $10.95.

  • Vol. 41 #1
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    Volume 41 - Number 01, January 1988. Pulp magazine devoted to exploring the paranormal. Articles and Stories. Softcover, 5 1/2-in. x 7 1/2-in., 130 page, Text (with B&W Illustrations and Photos.) Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #10
    Femforce (1985) 10

    Cover art by Bill Black. A Day In the Life of a Jungle Girl, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bill Black (layouts) and Darren Goodhart, inks by Bill Black; On Tara Fremont's Jungle Island, the beleaguered Femforce is temporarily quartered; When an alien spacecraft crashlands in the island's lagoon, it brings not only the FF, but the evil scientist Dr. Rivits and his mob; When the not-quite-dead occupant of the spaceship raises hell and flies away, he leaves a little memento in the hands of our heroines. Untitled Camilla story, art by Matt Baker. 28 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #67
    Firestorm (1982 2nd Series) 67

    Millennium Week 1. A Manhunter reveals himself to Firestorm, while Ronnie and Mikhail try to break free of the Firestorm persona in "Dialogues". Millennium story elements continue in Millennium #4, Captain Atom (1987 DC) #11 and Millennium #5. Script by John Ostrander, pencils by J. J. Birch, inks by Sam De La Rosa. Cameos by Blue Beetle, Batman, Green Lantern Hal Jordan. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #8
    Flash (1987 2nd Series) 8
    Published Jan 1988 by DC.

    Millennium Week 1. Wally learns a secret about his father, as he and Red Trinity take on Blue Trinity in "Purple Haze". Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Some story elements continue into Millennium #5. Script by Mike Baron, pencils by Jackson Guice, inks by Larry Mahlstedt. Guice/Mahlstedt cover. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #8
    Flash (1987 2nd Series) Canadian Price Variant 8

    Canadian edition with $1.00 cover price. Millennium Week 1. Wally learns a secret about his father, as he and Red Trinity take on Blue Trinity in "Purple Haze". Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Some story elements continue into Millennium #5. Script by Mike Baron, pencils by Jackson Guice, inks by Larry Mahlstedt. Guice/Mahlstedt cover. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #10
    French Ice (1987) 10

    Stories, art and cover by Jean-Marc Lelong, translated by Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier, plus a Kador backup story by Christian Binet. Renegade Press presents translations of the Carmen Cru comics originally published in France in Fluide Glacial magazine. Female curmudgeon Carmen lives alone in a French town, where she uses her advanced age and bag-lady appearance to abuse the locals with impunity. The Burden: Carmen has to stop for a rest on her way home from shopping. She is annoyed when the priest stops to chat, even offering to carry her package. The Burden; The Chapel; The Junkyard; Kador: The New Trick. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #198801
    Front Page Detective (1936-1995) 198801
  • Issue #7
    Fusion (1987) 7
    Published Jan 1988 by Eclipse.

    An old friend of Captain Tremaine's asks for help in getting off planet. And of course, that is more difficult that it sounds in "Transition." Script by Steve Gallacci and art by Steve Gallacci & Lela Dowling. Issue also has Dr. Watchstop in "Right Stuff" with script and art by Ken Macklin and a Weasel Patrol pinup. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #67
    GI Joe (1982 Marvel) 67
    Published Jan 1988 by Marvel.

    In "Cold Snap," the captured Joes return from Borovia; Cobra begins its Terror-Drome operation; and Storm Shadow dispenses much ninja wisdom to Billy. Characters: FEATURE: G.I. Joe--Hawk; Dial-Tone; Stalker; Snow-Job; Quick-Kick; Outback; Lady Jaye; Flint; Roadblock; Leatherneck; Shipwreck; Doc; Tunnel Rat; Snake-Eyes; Scarlett; Psyche-Out; Jinx; GUESTS: Storm Shadow; Billy; Blind Master; VILLAINS: Cobra Commander II [Fred VII]; Baroness; Dr. Mindbender. Written by Larry Hama, with art by Ron Wagner and Randy Emberlin. Cover by Ron Wagner and Bob McLeod. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #4
    GI Mutants (1987) 4
  • Issue #220
    Green Lantern (1960-1988 1st Series DC) 220

    Cover pencils by Chris Wozniak, inks by Bruce Patterson. Secret Identities, script by Steve Englehart, pencils by Bill Willingham, inks by Mark Farmer; Millenium Week 3 crossover; the Corps battle Sinestro and the Manhunters; the Chosen and members of the Justice League guest-star. 36 pgs. $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #16
    Grendel (1986) 16
    Published Jan 1988 by Comico.

    Captain Wiggins recounts an eerie tale of the original Grendel in an untitled story. Matt Wagner, the creator of Grendel uses a different layout arrangement for this issue. Script and art by Matt Wagner. Issue also has the Mage in "Interlude – Premiere Partie." Script and art by Matt Wagner. Wraparound cover. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #42
    Grimjack (1984) 42

    A friend of Grimjack's comes out of retirement for one last game of Hardball and Grimjack tries to find out why in "Hardball." Script by John Ostrander and art by Tom Mandrake. Issue also has "Munden's Bar – Closed Set" with script by John Ostrander & Del Close and art by Larry Marder. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #35
    Groo the Wanderer (1985 Marvel) 35

    Comic featuring the humorous misadventures of the mighty (physically) but not-so-great (mentally) warrior named Groo. This issue features "Wishes" in which Groo, unaware that he possesses the magic amulet, gets all of his wishes granted. Story and art credits: Sergio Aragones. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #35MJ
    Groo The Wanderer (1985 Mavel) Mark Jewelers 35MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Comic featuring the humorous misadventures of the mighty (physically) but not-so-great (mentally) warrior named Groo. This issue features "Wishes" in which Groo, unaware that he possesses the magic amulet, gets all of his wishes granted. Story and art credits: Sergio Aragones. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Happy Days One Hundred Years of Comics HC (1988) 1-1ST

    1st printing. By Denis Gifford. From 1870 to 1970, Denis Gifford intsrtucts the reader on the highlighs (and lowlights) of comics publishing. Hardcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 128 pages, PC/PB&W.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hawkeye TPB (1988 Marvel) By Mark Gruenwald 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Hawkeye (1983 1st Series) #1-4. Written by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Mark Gruenwald, Brett Breeding, and Danny Bulanadi. The book includes a foreword by Gruenwald. Hawkeye plays a deadly game of cloak and dagger to bring down a madman. Plus, learn how Earth's Mightiest Marksman met and fell in love with his future wife, Mockingbird. Softcover, 96 pages, full color. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #1-REP
    Hawkeye TPB (1988 Marvel) By Mark Gruenwald 1-REP

    2nd and later printings. Collects Hawkeye (1983 1st Series) #1-4. Written by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Mark Gruenwald, Brett Breeding, and Danny Bulanadi. The book includes a foreword by Gruenwald. Hawkeye plays a deadly game of cloak and dagger to bring down a madman. Plus, learn how Earth'sMightiest Marksman met and fell in love with his future wife, Mokingbird. Softcover, 96 pages, full color. Cover price $7.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hawkmoon The Jewel in the Skull TPB (1988 First Publishing) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Hawkmoon: The Jewel in the Skull (1986) #1-4. Created by Michael Moorcock. Adapted by Gerry Conway. Art by Rafael Kayanan. Softcover, 112 pages, full color. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #3
    Hawkmoon The Sword of the Dawn (1987) 3

    Cover by Dave Dorman. The Sword of the Dawn part three, script by Roger Salick, art by Rafael Kayanan; Dorian and Huillum are captured by sea pirates, led by Valjon, and must fight their way free. Adapted from the novel by Michael Moorcock. 36 pgs., full color. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #21
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 21

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff and Iggy discover a plot to kidnap Dynamo, the world's most exciting dog and star of movies and TV, and end up in a wild chase in the Citrus T.V. Studios in "Lost in T.V. Land." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Whatever Floats Your Boat," Heathcliff learns how it is better to make friends than enemies Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #9
    Heathcliff's Funhouse (1987 Marvel/Star Comics) 9

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Iggy and Heathcliff rent a raft for a trip on the river. And when they enter a water cave, they discover a land where dinosaurs still live in "I Was a Dinosaur's Mother." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Which Mouse is Witch," Heathcliff messes with Salem Sally the witch mouse and then Sally teaches him a lesson. Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Ruth Leon. Cover price $1.00.

  • Vol. 11 #4
    Heavy Metal Magazine (1977) Vol. 11 #4

    Cover by Olivia. Stories and Art by Sicomoro, Drew Friedman, Miguel Angel Prado, Daniel Torres, Stephen Hall, Fernando Rubio, Raphael Liberatore and Yves Chaland. Winter 1988. The illustrated fantasy magazine. In this issue: "The Scarlet Mummy"; "Forgotten Films"; "Hey, Mister, Can You Spare A Buck?"; "Deadly Medley"; "Nocturne"; "Details"; "Earth vs. Saturn"; "Adolphus Claar and the Polo-Playing Thief"; and "The Lord of Eltingville: His Way" (1 page). 112 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #1
    Hellblazer (1988) 1
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    From out of the pages of Swamp Thing comes John Constantine: man of mystery, risk-taker, thrill-seeker, master of the supernatural! After leading Swamp Thing through dark journeys in the legendary 'American Gothic' saga, this man obsessed with power and driven by inner demons sets off on his own excursions into the dark corners of the world. Constantine's knowledge of the occult is his stock in trade and his influence upon the supernatural realms makes him the only man to call when the horrors beyond our mortal realm threaten! Not that he's always successful in his missions...a man like John Constantine has many past failures that are always haunting him...literally! In this special 40-page premiere issue, Constantine must travel from the heart of London to the jungles of Africa and to a church in Greenwich Village...all in search of a deadly, insatiable spirit which consumes whatever and whoever crosses its path! Written by Jamie Delano, with art by John Ridgway, and a painted cover by Dave McKean. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #4
    Hero Sandwich (1987) 4

    Story by Dan Vado. Art and cover by Chuck Austen and Norman Felchle. Superhero soap opera from Slave Labor Graphics publisher Vado and future mainstream star Austen. The killer is revealed – and Allisons combat skills get their time to shine. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #4
    Honeymooners (1987 Triad) 4
  • Issue #3
    I.F.S. Zone (1988) 3
    Published Jan 1988 by KHB.

    IFS - the International Fallout Shelter Zone. "Wanted for Treason," by Ken Branch and Tom Ferrara. Untitled story by Jeffrey G. Bethune. "The Invisible Samaritans," by Tom Ferrara and Tim Appel. "The Test," by Mike Calleri and John Drury. Super-hero action/adventure. Not bad amateur art in each story. B&W. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #339
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) 339
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    Cover pencils by Steve Geiger, inks by Bob McLeod. Native Son, script by Peter David, pencils by Todd McFarlane, inks by Jim Sanders III; The Hulk and his pals are on the trail of the stockpiled Gamma bombs when they run across a SHIELD agent playing dad to a confused boy with mutant powers; The Hulk takes a liking to the kid. Story elements continued from Spectacular Spider-Man #118. 36 pgs. $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #339MJ
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 339MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover pencils by Steve Geiger, inks by Bob McLeod. Native Son, script by Peter David, pencils by Todd McFarlane, inks by Jim Sanders III; The Hulk and his pals are on the trail of the stockpiled Gamma bombs when they run across a SHIELD agent playing dad to a confused boy with mutant powers; The Hulk takes a liking to the kid. Story elements continued from Spectacular Spider-Man #118. 36 pgs. $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #46
    Infinity Inc. (1984-1988 1st Series) 46

    Millennium Week 3. The Infinitors have to interrupt their search for Solomon Grundy to battle the Floronic Man...and an all-evil Harlequin has appeared and she's a Manhunter! Written by Roy and Dann Thomas, with art by Vince Argondezzi and Tony DeZuniga. Cover by Argondezzi and DeZuniga. Deluxe format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #226
    Iron Man (1968 1st Series) 226

    Armor Wars. Part 2 of 8. "Glitch" Guest-starring Stingray. Plot by David Michelinie and Bob Layton. Script by David Michelinie. Art by Mark Bright (breakdowns) and Bob Layton (finishes). Cover by Mark Bright and Bob Layton. Tony Stark's super technology has been stolen! And Marvel tech-villains are using it to commit their nefarious crimes! With or without the government's help and inside or outside the law, the Invincible Iron Man's taking it all back! First Iron Man takes on the Raiders! Then, will Shell-Head cross the line...and target Marvel's techno-heroes in his private war? The underwater marine biologist/superhero Stingray is about to find out! Plus, what is Project: Firepower, and what does it mean for the armored avenger? Cameo appearances by Hawkeye, Mockingbird, Tigra, Wonder Man, Edwin Cord, Jim Rhodes, Marcy Pearson, Abe Zimmer, Rae LaCoste, and Mrs. Arbogast. (Note: This eight-part story was reprinted in 2015 in the softcover: Iron Man Stark Wars Epic Collection.) 32 pages. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #226MJ
    Iron Man (1968 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 226MJ

    Mark Jewelers Advertisement Insert Variant. Armor Wars. Part 2 of 8. "Glitch!" Guest-starring Stingray. West Coast Avengers cameo. Story by David Michelinie and Bob Layton. Art by Mark Bright and Bob Layton. Tony Stark's super technology has been stolen, and Marvel tech-villains are using it to commit their nefarious acts of crime. Whether with the governments help or not, whether by the law or by breaking it, Iron Man's taking it all back. First Iron Man takes on the Raiders. Then, will he cross the line. Are Marvel's techno-heroes also a target in his private war? The underwater marine-biologist/super hero Stingray is about to find out. Plus, what is Project: Firepower, and what does it mean for Iron Man? 32 pages. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #55
    Jon Sable Freelance (1983) 55

    "The Trojan Wars, part II". Part 2 of 3. Story and cover by Mike Grell. Art by Tony Salmons. Jon Sable heads to France to try and track down the IRA's shipment of guns, plus the man known as "Jacklight". While back in the states, Myke's old CIA flame arrives at her door intent on restarting the fire. She could use Jons help, but he has run into trouble, and also finally runs into "Jacklight", who in reality is someone very close to him. 32 pages. Full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #20
    Jonny Quest (1986 Comico) 20

    Dr. Benton Quest has to go it alone in order to retrieve stolen plutonium. And if he doesn't, the results will be catastrophic in "Time Storm." Script by William Messner-Loebs and art by Marc Hempel, Mark Wheatley & Kathryn Mayer. Issue also has Jonny Quest pinups inside and on back cover. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #11
    Judge Dredd (1986 Quality) 11

    "Juve's Eyes" is written by John Wagner and Alan Grant, with art by Ron Smith; reprinted from 2000 AD (1977 United Kingdom) #414-415. Plus: "Sunday Night Fever" is written by John Wagner and Alan Grant, with art by Cam Kennedy; reprinted from 2000 AD (1977 United Kingdom) #416-418. Cover by Tom Grindberg. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #84
    Jughead with Archie Digest (1974) 84

    Cover by Dan DeCarlo. "Rabid Robot," script by George Gladir, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead is testing a robot for Mr. Lodge. Betty & Veronica Double Digest ad. "A Questionable Girl," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty keeps answering questions with questions. "The Dream," script by George Gladir, art by Samm Schwartz; Jughead tries out for the school football team, while Ethel tries out for the cheerleading squad. "Just Another Day in the Life of Jughead!", script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Mr. Weatherbee asks Jughead to be careful while the painters are finishing up painting the school. "It's a Breeze," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, Jr., inks by Jim DeCarlo; The wind catches Betty's jacket and lifts her in the air. "The Punk," script by George Gladir, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Rudy Lapick; Jughead joins the punk movement and calls himself Captain Thrash. "Ace Place," script by George Gladir, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Rudy Lapick; The gang tries some other places to eat besides the Choklit Shop. "Joystick Jackpot," script by George Gladir, art by Samm Schwartz; Archie and Reggie try to break Jughead of his video game addiction. Plus puzzles, other stories, and more. 132 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.35.

  • Issue #15
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 15

    "Rude Awakening!" Guest-starring Nightmask. Story by Mark Gruenwald and Peter David. Art by Lee Weeks. Get ready for the most eye-opening and shocking story of this series. Everything you think you know about Justice is wrong, and the dreamscape hero known as Nightmask is coming along for the ride. This issue brings closure to last fifteen issues and sets the stage for the future of Justice. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #9
    Justice League America (1987) 9

    Millennium Week 1. One of the Justice League's own turns out to be a Manhunter in "Seeing Red". Story picks up from events in Millennium #1. Plot and breakdowns by Keith Giffen, script by J.M. DeMatteis, pencils by Kevin Maguire, inks by Al Gordon. Back-up tale: Jack-O-Lantern hears out Rumaan Harjavti's proposal in "Brief Encounter". Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Plot and pencils by Giffen, script by DeMatteis, inks by Gordon. Maguire/Gordon cover. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #9
    Justice League America (1987) Canadian Price Variant 9

    Canadian Edition with $1.00 cover price. Millennium Week 1. One of the Justice League's own turns out to be a Manhunter in "Seeing Red". Story picks up from events in Millennium #1. Plot and breakdowns by Keith Giffen, script by J.M. DeMatteis, pencils by Kevin Maguire, inks by Al Gordon. Back-up tale: Jack-O-Lantern hears out Rumaan Harjavti's proposal in "Brief Encounter". Part 2 of 2, continued from the previous issue. Plot and pencils by Giffen, script by DeMatteis, inks by Gordon. Maguire/Gordon cover. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #13
    Justice Machine (1987 Comico/Innovation) 13

    During a mission to a deep-space command post, the Justice Machine tries to find out what is going on when someone starts killing crew members one by one in "Lionheart." Script by Peter Gillis and art by Mike Gustovich. Back cover has a Youthquake pinup. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #2
    Kilgore (1987) 2

    Story by Brian Chin. Art by Brian Chin. Cover by Brian Chin. During World War II, Colonel Kilgore is in charge of defense in the San Francisco bay area, but he's really more interested in women and booze. Kilgore finds trouble in Hollywood. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #74
    Laugh Comics Digest (1974) 74
  • Issue #16
    Legend of Kamui (1987) 16

    The Sword Wind: Chapter 2: After Sunset Part 1 - Story, Art and Cover by Sanpei Shirato. Hiding among the farmers and homeless wanderers of Owari-han, Kamui discovers another man of deep secrets! A genuine ninja story. 32 pages, B&W. Mature Readers. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #17
    Legend of Kamui (1987) 17

    Story, Art and Cover by Sanpei Shirato. Hoping to mask his true ninja identity, Kamui struggles to maintain a safe existence! A genuine ninja story. 32 pages, B&W. Mature Readers. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #42
    Legion of Super-Heroes (1984 3rd Series) 42

    Millennium Week 2 cross-over. You only thought you knew Laurel Kent...but with the coming of the Millennium, everything you believed is about to change! Written by Paul Levitz, with art by Greg LaRocque and Mike DeCarlo. Cover by Steve Lightle. Deluxe format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #264
    Life with Archie (1958) 264

    Cover pencils by Henry Scarpelli. You don't need drugs to... public service announcement with the Archie gang. We The People (Part One), script by George Gladir, art by Henry Scarpelli; Mr. Lodge, delegate to the Constitutional Convention. arrives in Philadelphia with his wife and daughter; Meanwhile, Mr. Weatherbee and Professor Flutesnoot argue over Federalist views and George Washington arrives in the city. Independence Hall article. Philadelphia's Incredible Benjamin Franklin article. We The People (Part Two); Mr. Weatherbee looks for an editorial to accompany Chuck's Federalist political cartoon. Archie's Club News. We The People (Part Three); The Lodges leave the Cooper Inn for the Mantle estate, where Reggie and Veronica meet and Mr. Lodge and Mr. Mantle discuss the Great Compromise. We The People (Part Four); Reggie steals the Convention notes, but Jughead's runaway pigs allow Archie to retrieve the papers. 36 pgs. $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #9
    Lone Wolf and Cub (1987 First) 9

    Frank Miller introduction and cover Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #276
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 276

    Cover art by Richard Williams. "The Wretches Of Ecchflick," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Mort Drucker; Spoof of the movie The Witches of Eastwick. "One Morning In Sherwood Forest," script by Fares Garabet, art by Don Martin. "Mad's Updated Children's Books," script by Matthew T. Smith, art by George Woodbridge. "Duck Edwing Looks At Superman," script and art by Don Edwing (as Duck Edwing); featuring Superman and Lois Lane. "The Lighter Side Of...," script and art by Dave Berg. "Nationwide Survey Results That Advertisers Never Tell Us About," script by Tom Koch, art by Paul Coker. "A Mad Look At Skiing," script and art by Sergio Aragonés. "Commemorative Chrismas Ornaments," script by John Prete, art by Al Jaffee. "Spy vs. Spy" by Anthony Prohias. "The Unwatchables," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Angelo Torres; Spoof of the movie The Untouchables. "Recycling Toilet Seats," script and art by Paul Peter Porges. "Merchandising Spin-Offs That Hollywood Missed Out On," script by Mike Snider, art by Bob Clarke. "The Mad People Watcher's Guide To A Typical Football Game," script by Mike Snider, art by Jack Davis. "Charity Drives We'd Like To See," script by Tom Koch, art by George Woodbridge; Spoof of the movie Predator. "Two For the Road," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Mort Drucker. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $1.35.

  • Issue #8
    Maelstrom (1987) 8
    Published Jan 1988 by Aircel.

    Cover by Jim Somerville. "Retribution," script by Jim Somerville, pencils by Patrick McEown, inks by Jim Somerville; Captured and tortured by Mogadon, Maelstrom is rescued by Rak-Kur-Rok. 28 pgs., B&W. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.