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Comic books February 1988

  • Issue #9
    Flash (1987 2nd Series) Canadian Price Variant 9

    Canadian edition with $1.00 cover price. Millennium Week 5. The human black hole that is the Chunk makes life difficult for Flash in "The Chunk". Part 1 of 3, continued next issue. Script by Mike Baron, pencils by Jackson Guice, inks by Larry Mahlstedt. Cyborg cameo. Guice/Mahlstedt cover. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #4
    Flintstone Kids (1987 Marvel/Star Comics) 4
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    Yabba-dabba-doo! Take a look at the adventures and antics of the characters from the Flintstones cartoon series, Fred, Barney, Wilma and Betty, when they were kids. In this issue, Fred and Barney try to win the Soapstone Box Derby with their Flintstone Flyer car in "Kind of a Drag Race" and then Fred and Barney wake up and discover all of the furniture in the house is gone and try to find out what happened in "Meet the Leprockaun." Also, Fred runs into difficulties when he tries to get his rich Uncle Mintstone to donate money in "Double Double Trouble." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher & Jon D'Agostino. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #4
    Flintstones 3-D (1988) 4
    Published Feb 1988 by Blackthorne.

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    The Birth of Pebbles. Story by John Stephenson. Art by Jorge Pacheco. Cover by Jorge Pacheco. Sometimes listed as Blackthorne 3-D Series (1985) # 42. Blackthorne Publishing presents another in its series of 3-D comics, this one featuring Americas favorite prehistoric family. This issue features an adaptation of the vintage episode when daughter Pebbles makes her surprise arrival in the world. Final issue of the series. 32 pages, B&W with 3-D effects. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Foofur (1987 Marvel/Star Comics) 4

    Comic book based on the 1980s Hanna Barbara cartoon of the adventures of Foofur, the giant blue dog. In this issue, to avoid detection, Foofur and the gang devise a series of hideaways in the mansion in "Fernando's Hideaway," then Hazel starts acting strange after seeing a hypnotist's act in "Show Business," and then after Louis backs down from a bully, Foofur tells the story about Louis' dog pack days in "The Buddy Guard." Scripts by Tony Franco and art by Ben Brown & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #1
    Forever People (1988 2nd Series) 1

    "The Day after Forever" - Written by J.M. DeMatteis. Art and Cover by Paris Cullins and Karl Kesel. They were the super-powered flower children of Jack Kirby's classic 1970's New Genesis saga: idealists and dreamers, united in a bond of trust and love. But that was many years ago. And with the passage of time has come the harsh intrusion of reality. Trapped for over a decade on a faraway world, the Forever People suddenly find themselves face to face with the dead past and thrust headlong into an uncertain future. Lead by the mysterious Maiai, they return to Earth to confront the very soul of humanity. Join Mark Moonrider, Vykin the Black, Big Bear, Beautiful Dreamer and Serafin for the "biggest chill" of all -- a very special 6-issue mini-series -- as the Forever People unravel yesterday's secrets, confront today's dangers, and reach for tomorrow's hopes. New Format. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #11
    French Ice (1987) 11

    Stories, art and cover by Jean-Marc Lelong, plus a Kador backup story by Christian Binet, translated by Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier. 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 Crooks: Carmen has to go to the bank, but she hates standing in line. Chips & Peanuts: Carmen stops at the cafe for a drink and a snack, only to realize afterward she's forgotten her wallet. The Accident: Carmen has a mild collision with another bicycle, and if that weren't bad enough, the other cyclist wants to talk to her afterward. Chips & Peanuts; The Crooks; The Accident; The Fever; Kador: Kador on TV. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #2-1ST
    Friday the 13th PB (1986-1988 A Signet Novel) Movie Adaptations 2-1ST

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    Volume 2 - 1st printing. "Friday the 13th: Part II!" Based on the screenplay by Ron Kurz. Adapted by Simon Hawke. Once again a group of counselors attempt to get Camp Crystal Lake ready for summer, but the terror has returned! Softcover, 4-in. x 7-in., 168 pages, Text Only. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #68
    GI Joe (1982 Marvel) 68
    Published Feb 1988 by Marvel.

    In "Cut and Freeze Dried," it's an all out fire fight as the Joes fight against Cobra for the secret of the Terror-Dromes. Characters: FEATURE: G.I. Joe--Hawk; Duke; Wild Bill; Slip-Stream; Cover Girl; Backstop (1st); Iceberg (1st); Frost-Bite (1st); Blocker (1st); Blaster (1st); Avalanche (1st); Dodger (1st); Maverick (1st); Knockdown (1st); Battleforce 2000 (1st); VILLAINS: Cobra Commander [Fred VII]; Baroness; Televiper; Dr. Mindbender; Scrap-Iron; Techno-Viper; Ice-Viper (1st); Cobra Soldiers. Written by Larry Hama, with art by Ron Wagner and Randy Emberlin. Cover by Ron Wagner and Bob McLeod. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #68MJ
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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #8
    GI Joe Comics Magazine Digest (1986) 8
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    Reprints Issues #21-#22 and Action Force (England's own G.I. Joe comic). Cover pencils by Larry Hama, inks by Klaus Janson. "Silent Interlude," script by Larry Hama, pencils by Larry Hama (breakdowns), inks by Steve Leialoha (finishes); Storm Shadow has captured Scarlett while she was on a routine parachute drop exercise and brought her to Destro's Castle as a present to Cobra Commander; Snake-Eyes learns of her capture, and has to sneak in stealthily to rescue her; During the rescue, we learn that Storm Shadow is related to Snake-Eyes somehow based on both of them having the same tattoo on their right forearms. "Like Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust," script by Larry Hama, pencils by Mike Vosburg (breakdowns), inks by Jon D'Agostino (finishes); The Joes begin reconstruction on a better Pit; As they later attend Flagg's funeral, they're attacked by the new experimental Cobra jet, the Rattler, but it's destroyed by Duke (new field commander) and Roadblock. "Top Secret" illustration, pencils by Mike Vosburg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Overall layout for the reconstructed Pit. "Moroccan Roll!", script by Mike Collins, pencils by Kev Hopgood; Action Force ventures into Casablanca to help Farouk defect to them from Cobra, but an undercover Cobra agent poisons Farouk, seemingly killing him; The assassin commits suicide to prevent Action Force from capturing him. "Rigged! Part One," script by Mike Collins, pencils by Geoff Senior; Using intelligence obtained from Farouk, Action Force storms a Cobra-occupied oil rig in the North Sea, but after capturing the rig they discover Destro is the rightful owner and Destro charges Action Force with piracy. "Rigged! Part Two," script by Mike Collins, pencils by Geoff Senior. "The Man in the Silver Mask!", script by Mike Collins, pencils by Kev Hopgood, inks by Dave Harwood; Destro meets with the still-alive Farouk in Casablanca, revealing Farouk as the local agent in Destro's M.A.R.S. organization; The two note the success of their Silversmile worldwide marketing brand and the recent poor publicity Action Force suffered thanks to Farouk's actions. G.I. Joe illustration on back cover by Klaus Janson. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #9
    GI Joe Special Missions (1986) 9

    "Plausible Denial!" Written by Larry Hama. Art by Herb Trimpe. Cover by Dave Cockrum. Lt. Falcon, Psych-Out, and Slip Stream journey to Afghanistan! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #4
    GI Joe Yearbook (1985-1988 Marvel) 4

    A complete update on America's Favorite Heroes! Includes: "Trade-Off!" An all-new tale featuring Cobra! "And the Adventure Continues!" An up-to-date survey of all the best GI Joe and Cobra action for the past year. "A Gallery of Cover!" Includes a look back at every cover for GI Joe (1982-1994 Marvel) #57-68. And, "Bystander!" A brand new 7-page story starring Snake-Eyes and Scarlett. 64 pages, FC. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #35
    Goodies (1982-1997 Jabberwocky Graphix) The Little Book of Naughty Bits 35

    Saddle-Stitched, 4 1/2-in. x 5 1/2-in., 8 pages, B&W. Mature Readers

  • Issue #1
    Green Arrow (1987 1st Series) 1
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    1st ongoing Green Arrow series begins in DC's "New Format" with a "Suggested for Mature Readers" label on the cover until issue #62 and continues in this new format through issue #80 when the book converted to standard superhero fare with the departure of writer Mike Grell. Cover art by Mike Grell. Hunters Moon [Part 1] starring Green Arrow, script by Mike Grell, pencils by Ed Hannigan, inks by Dick Giordano; A convicted child killer is out on bail pending a new trial and GA tries to make sure he doesn't go after an earlier victim who helped put him in jail 18 years ago. Story takes place with Ollie and Dinah living in Seattle after the events of Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters #3. 36 pgs. $1.00. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #221
    Green Lantern (1960-1988 1st Series DC) 221

    Cover pencils by Joe Staton, inks by Bruce Patterson. Diversions, script by Steve Englehart, pencils by Joe Staton, inks by Mark Farmer; the Corps battle Myrwhydden and Sinestro; Millenium Week 7 crossover; the Floronic Man, Tom Kalmaku, Gregorio delaVega and Takeo Yakata guest-star; Floronic Man changes his name to Floro. 36 pgs. $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #221
    Green Lantern (1960-1988 1st Series DC) Canadian Edition 221

    Canadian edition with $1.00 cover price - Cover pencils by Joe Staton, inks by Bruce Patterson. Diversions, script by Steve Englehart, pencils by Joe Staton, inks by Mark Farmer; the Corps battle Myrwhydden and Sinestro; Millenium Week 7 crossover; the Floronic Man, Tom Kalmaku, Gregorio delaVega and Takeo Yakata guest-star; Floronic Man changes his name to Floro. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #17
    Grendel (1986) 17
    Published Feb 1988 by Comico.

    Wiggins continues to tell an early story about 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 - Deuxieme Partie." Script and art by Matt Wagner. Wraparound cover. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #43
    Grimjack (1984) 43

    Grimjack tries to figure out if he is real or a clone in "Body Parts." Script by John Ostrander and art by Tom Mandrake. Issue also has "Munden's Bar – Bar Joke" with script by N. Varga & J. Ostrander and art by S. Keith. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #36
    Groo the Wanderer (1985 Marvel) 36

    Comic featuring the humorous misadventures of the mighty (physically) but not-so-great (mentally) warrior named Groo. This issue features "Rhyme Nor Reason" in which Groo, still in possession of the magic amulet, continues wishing with disastrous results. Story and art credits: Sergio Aragones. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #36MJ
    Groo The Wanderer (1985 Mavel) Mark Jewelers 36MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #1
    Halo Jones (1988) 1

    Alan Moore (script) & Ian Gibson (art) Back-up feature - "Tharg's Future Shocks: Sunburn" by Alan Moore (script) Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #1
    Hand of Fate (1988 Eclipse) 1

    Meet Artemus Fate, a psychic detective, and Alexa Smith, a psychic and mentalist, who team up to investigate unusual and unique cases. In "Night of the Siren," Artemus and Alexa check into the drowning death of a lighthouse keeper and find that there is a lot more going on including a mermaid who may be responsible for the death. Script by Bruce Jones and art by Gerald Forton. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #22
    Heathcliff (1985-1991 Marvel/Star Comics) 22

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, after seeing Heathcliff's abilities at disguising himself, a top secret organization recruits him to rescue a captured agent in "The Spy With Orange Fur (And Fish on His Breath)." Script by Dave Manak and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "Pop Comes Home," Heathcliff is reunited with his dad. Script by Dave Manak and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Issue also has a Top Dog story "On the Road" in which Top Dog, while on his own, helps out a ventriloquist down on his luck. Script by Dave Manak and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #10
    Heathcliff's Funhouse (1987 Marvel/Star Comics) 10

    Comic book version of the popular comic strip cat, Heathcliff. In this issue, Heathcliff is assigned the task of guarding a big piece of cheese from the mice. But to the mice, that means war – literally, in "War and Piece of Cheese." Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Then in "It's Friday the 13th," Heathcliff and Iggy are determined to avoid the bad luck on that bad, unlucky day. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Brown & Ruth Leon. And in "Isn't It Ro-Mouse-Tic," Heathcliff tries to help out and coach Melvin the mouse who is having a lot of trouble in the romance department. Script by Angelo DeCesare and art by Warren Kremer & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #2
    Hellblazer (1988) 2

    Written by Jamie Delano. Art by John Ridgway. Cover by Dave McKean. A Feast of Friends; John Constantine is still seeking to thwart the demon Mnemoth and save New York City; In the end, he must choose between saving the city (and, therefore, himself) and helping his friend. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Holo Brothers Curse of the Bloated Toad TPB (1988) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects stories from Threat! (1986 Fantagraphics) #2, 7 and 10. Story and art by Jim Rohn. Softcover, 6 1/2-in. x 9-in., 92 pages, B&W. Cover price $8.95.

  • Issue #5
    Honeymooners (1987 Triad) 5
  • Issue #340
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) 340
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    Fall of the Mutants crossover. "Vicious Circle!" Guest-starring Wolverine. Uncanny X-Men cameo. Story by Peter David. Art by Todd McFarlane. The Canadian mutant and the Incredible Hulk have never had a friendly relationship. This is their second and arguably most vicious battle to date. As the X-Men make their way to their ultimate fate at Forge's tower in Dallas (also see Uncanny X-Men #225-227), Wolverine separates from the group to confront a familiar scent. Before the Canuckle-Head can explain that he's not here for a fight, the Hulk, who hasn't forgotten their last meeting, attacks. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #340MJ
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 340MJ

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Fall of the Mutants crossover. "Vicious Circle!" Guest-starring Wolverine. Uncanny X-Men cameo. Story by Peter David. Art by Todd McFarlane. Ding! Ding! Round 2: Hulk vs. Wolverine. The Canadian mutant and the Incredible Hulk have never had a friendly relationship. This is their second and arguably most vicious battle to date. As the X-Men make their way to their ultimate fate at Forge's tower in Dallas (also see Uncanny X-Men #225-227), Wolverine separates from the group to confront a familiar scent. Before the Canuckle-Head can explain that he's not here for a fight, the Hulk, who hasn't forgotten their last meeting, attacks. What follows is not pretty. 32 pages. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #47
    Infinity Inc. (1984-1988 1st Series) 47

    Millennium #7. Cover by Vince Argondezzi. "Outback and Back in Beverly Hills," script by Roy Thomas and Dann Thomas, pencils by Vince Argondezzi, inks by Tony DeZuniga; Infinity, Inc. and Betty Clawman, together with a recovered Dan Richards, visit Molly Scott in her hospital room, as she recuperates from the broken arm and fractured leg she sustained in the car crash caused by Marcie Cooper, the new Harlequin; Then a contingent consisting of Nuklon, Wildcat, Hour- man, and Mr. Bones fly Betty back to her native Australia in the Star-Rocket Racer; Arriving in the outback, they stop at a tavern suggested by Wildcat, where they meet the Tasmanian Devil, the Australian member of the Global Guardians, whom Wildcat has arranged to have accompany them; The super-heroes soon meet Betty's aboriginal tribe, who are impressed with the colorful costumes and powers of the male heroes, but who all but ignore Wildcat; A battle erupts between Obsidian and the Harlequin, who has escaped the other super-heroes' final battle with the remaining Man- hunters. 36 pgs., full color. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #1
    Insane (1988) 1
    Published Feb 1988 by Dark Horse.

    Cover by Jim Bradrick. Remember the early days of Mad Magazine? Well, look out! We've gone INSANE!!! We've pulled out all the stops to bring you a modern classic in the tradition of the best in humor! You'll MARVEL at the Unhappy X-tra MEN (hey, we need to make a buck, too), and we'll just crush you with laughter when we show you what happens when Godzilla comes from the farm to visit his cousin in the big city Tokyo! B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #227
    Iron Man (1968 1st Series) 227

    Armor Wars. Part 3 of 8. "The Last Mandroid!" Guest-starring Nick Fury. West Coast Avengers and Steve Rogers cameo. Story by David Michelinie and Bob Layton. Art by Mark Bright and Bob Layton. After the events of the last two issues, Iron Man has become Public Enemy #1. Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D. want Shell Head brought in, and they deploy a crack unit of Mandroids to accomplish the job. But first, Iron Man wants to have a few words with the tech-villain known as the Beetle. 32 pages. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #227MJ
    Iron Man (1968 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 227MJ

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    Mark Jewelers Advertisement Insert Variant. Armor Wars. Part 3 of 8. "The Last Mandroid!" Guest-starring Nick Fury. West Coast Avengers and Steve Rogers cameo. Story by David Michelinie and Bob Layton. Art by Mark Bright and Bob Layton. After the events of the last two issues, Iron Man has become Public Enemy #1. Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D. want Shell Head brought in, and they deploy a crack unit of Mandroids to accomplish the job. But first, Iron Man wants to have a few words with the tech-villain known as the Beetle. 32 pages. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #7
    It's Science with Dr. Radium (1986) 7

    Stories and art by Jon Bosco and Scott Saavedra. Cover by Scott Saavedra. In the world of the future, Dr. Radium follows the spirit of scientific inquiry, usually to the regret of his long-suffering assistant Roy. An experiment goes terribly wrong; Planet of Suckers. Final issue of the series; followed by the It's Science with Dr. Radium Special. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #10
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  • Issue #56
    Jon Sable Freelance (1983) 56

    The Trojan Wars part III. Part 3 of 3. Story and cover by Mike Grell. Pencils by Bill Jaaska. Inks by Kelley Jones. Jon decides to team up with his father when he finds out what he is really going to ship to the IRA. But can Jon survive the machinations of Myke Blackmons ex-lover CIA agent and the IRA? Final issue of the series. 32 pages. Full color. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #21
    Jonny Quest (1986 Comico) 21

    Race returns to his childhood home, Lansdown Corners, and struggles with problems from his past in "Heer There Be Dragons." Script by William Messner-Loebs and art by Dan Spiegle. Back cover has a Jonny Quest pinup. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #12
    Judge Dredd (1986 Quality) 12

    "The Starborn Thing" is written by John Wagner and Alan Grant, with art by Carlos Ezquerra; reprinted from 2000 AD (1977 United Kingdom) #309-311; part 1 of 2. Plus: "Superbowl" is written by John Wagner and Alan Grant, with art by Kim Raymond; reprinted from 2000 AD (1977 United Kingdom) #370-371. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #20-1ST
    Judge Dredd TPB (1982-1989 Titan Books) The Chronicles of Judge Dredd 20-1ST

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    Volume 20 - 1st printing. "Chronicles of Judge Dredd: Book 32!" Softcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 64 pages, B&W. Cover price $8.95.

  • Issue #4
    Jughead (1987- 2nd Series) 4
  • Issue #49
    Jughead Jones Comics Digest (1977) 49
  • Issue #16
    Justice (1986 Marvel) 16

    "Justice, Justice, Pursue It!" Guest-starring DP-7. Story by Peter David. Art by Lee Weeks and Tony DeZuniga. It's a new look and new direction for the enigmatic hero known as Justice. Plus, his actions draw the attention of the paranormal heroes of DP-7 and others whose connections to him will be revealed in time. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #10
    Justice League America (1987) 10

    Millennium Week 5. Superman, Hawkman, Hawkwoman, Martian Manhunter, Dr. Fate, Green Lantern Hal Jordan and members of the Green Lantern Corps (including G'Nort) take the fight to the Manhunter homeworld in "Soul Of The Machine". Story continues in Millennium #6. Plot and breakdowns by Keith Giffen, script by J.M. DeMatteis, pencils by Kevin Maguire, inks by Al Gordon. Firestorm cameo. Back-up tale: Blue Beet;e and Mr. Miracle examine the Manhunter ship in "...Back At The Ranch..." Plot and pencils by Giffen, script by DeMatteis, inks by Gordon. Maguire/Gordon cover. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #10
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    Canadian Edition with $1.00 cover price. Millennium Week 5. Superman, Hawkman, Hawkwoman, Martian Manhunter, Dr. Fate, Green Lantern Hal Jordan and members of the Green Lantern Corps (including G'Nort) take the fight to the Manhunter homeworld in "Soul Of The Machine". Story continues in Millennium #6. Plot and breakdowns by Keith Giffen, script by J.M. DeMatteis, pencils by Kevin Maguire, inks by Al Gordon. Firestorm cameo. Back-up tale: Blue Beet;e and Mr. Miracle examine the Manhunter ship in "...Back At The Ranch..." Plot and pencils by Giffen, script by DeMatteis, inks by Gordon. Maguire/Gordon cover. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #14
    Justice Machine (1987 Comico/Innovation) 14

    Blazer's operation successfully puts her in contact with others without the usual devastating side effects except for one – love. And someone is lurking in the shadows while everyone wonders about Challenger in an untitled story. Script by Doug Murray and art by Mike Gustovich. Back cover has a Demon pinup. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #6
    Kaptain Keen and Kompany (1986) 6
  • Issue #25
    Katy Keene Special (1983) 25

    First 95-cent issue. Cover pencils by John S. Lucas. Christmas Presence, script by Susan Berkley, pencils by John S. Lucas, inks by Chic Stone; Katy fantasies about the best gifts to give all her friends. Calendar for December 1987 and January 1988. Party Hearty; Katy plans on spending New Year's Eve with Rock on his plane but has to locate a defiant Sis in Times Square first. Blank male doll form for readers to draw an outfit on for submission. Advertisement and order form for Archie personalized patches. Christmas Cut-outs paper dolls page. Advertisement and order form for Archie Posters. Quiet Riot; Katy returns to New York City when her quiet vacation proves to be too hectic. 36 pgs. $0.95. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #1
    Kiwanni Daughter of the Dawn (1988) 1
  • Issue #6
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    The Sunday comic strips in comic book form. 24-page, 7-in. x 11-in., full color comic strip newspaper inserts.

  • Issue #7
    Lake County News Herald Volume 11 (1988) 7

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    Art by Jim Davis, Dik Browne, Mort Walker, etc .The Sunday comic strips in comic book form. Newspaper insert. 6 1/2-in. x 10 1/2-in. 24 pages full color