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Comic books October 1988

  • Issue #594
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 594

    Features include Zenith in Phase 2, chapter 5, "Fire in the Sky" (script by Grant Morrison, art by Steve Yeowell), Tharg's Future-Shocks (script by Stuart Edwards, art by Kevin Walker), Chopper in "Soul on Fire" (script by John Wagner, art by Colin MacNeil), Judge Dredd in "What I Did During the Summer Holidays by P.J. Maybe" (script by John Wagner, art by Liam Sharp), Moon Runners (script by Alan MacKenzie and Steve Parkhouse, art by Massimo Belardinelli), and Tharg's Future-Shocks (script by Edwards, art by Jeff Anderson). MacNeil cover.

  • Issue #595
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 595

    Features include Zenith phase 2, chapter 6, "Familiar Spirits" (script by Grant Morrison, art by SteveYeowell), Moon Runners (script by Alan McKenzie and Steve Parkhouse, art by Massimo Belardinelli), Tyranny Rex in "Soft Bodies" part 1 (script by John Smith and Chris Standley, art by Will Simpson), Judge Dredd in "Strange Customs," Tharg's Future-Shocks (script by Hilary Robinson, art by Nigel G. Dobbyn), and Chopper in "Soul on Fire" part 2 (script by John Wagner, art by Colin MacNeil).

  • Issue #596
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 596

    Features include Zenith phase 2, chapter 7, "Into the Underworld" (script by Grant Morrison, art by Steve Yeowell), Chopper in "Soul on Fire" part 3 (script by John Wagner, art by Colin MacNeil), Tharg's Future-Shocks (script by Stuart Edwards, art by Kevin Walker), Judge Dredd in "A Night at the Circus" (script by Wagner, art by Chris Weston), Moon Runners (script by Steve Parkhouse and Alan McKenzie, art by Massimo Belardinelli), and Tyranny Rex (script by John Smith and Chris Standley, art by Will Simpson). Cliff Robinson front cover. Judge Anderson back cover by Ian Gibson.

  • Issue #597
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 597

    Features include Zenith phase 2, chapter 8, "Knocking on Heaven's Door" (script by Grant Morrison, art by Steve Yeowell), Chopper in "Soul on Fire" part 4 (script by John Wagner, art by Colin MacNeil), Judge Dredd (script by Wagner, art by John Ridgway and T. Perkins), Moon Runners (script by Alan McKenzie and Steve Parkhouse, art by Massimo Belardinelli), Tyranny Rex in "Soft Bodies" part 3 (script by John Smith, art by Will Simpson). Jim McCarthy cover.

  • Issue #598
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 598

    Features include Zenith in phase 2, chapter 9, "Waiting For the Big Bang" (script by Grant Morrison, art by Steve Yeowell), Rogue Trooper in Hit 4, "The New Moral Army" (script by Simon Geller, art by Steve Dillon), Judge Dredd in "Worms" (art by Chris Weston), Moon Runners (script by Alan McKenzie and Steve Parkhouse, art by Massimo Belardinelli), and Tyranny Rex in "Soft Bodies" (script by John Smith and Chris Standley, art by Will Simpson). Dillon cover.

  • Issue #14
    3-D Zone (1986) 14

    Tyranostar, King of the Dinosaurs. By Peter Von Sholly & Michael Van Cleave. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Aces (1998 Eclipse) 4

    This issue: "Dieter Lumpen" by Jorge Zentner and Ruben Pellejero. "Hollywood Eye," by Francois Riviere, J.L. Bocquet and Philippe Berthet, shifts into fourth gear as the bodycount and red herrings mount--with Finn facing a murder charge! And although still grounded, the star of Attilio Micheluzzi's "Air Mail" is far from down. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #611
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 611
    Published Oct 1988 by DC.

    Cover by Alex Nino. "Room Service," script by Peter David, art by Tod Smith; Arisia and Hal Jordan thwart an attack by a madman, and Hal is the next victim of Mind Games' rage ray. "Will The Real Devil Please Stand Up?" (Chapter 11), script by Mike Baron, pencils by Dan Jurgens, inks by Tony DeZuniga; Satan and Deadman argue while Talaoc arrives again to retrieve both Satan and Yakin. "Bringing Home The Bacon," script by Martin Pasko, art by Dan Spiegle; The Secret Six get the evidence on Farmer Jack's meat, while Jack Poundstone informs Ralph Dorn of the problem. "Beyond Mortal Men!", script by Roger Stern, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by John Beatty; Bob Galt completes his explanation of the cult he belongs to. "The Tin Roof Club" (Part 1), script by Mindy Newell, pencils by Barry Kitson, inks by Bruce Patterson; Catwoman steals a brooch and passes it to a friend, while the cops and other crooks come looking for it. "Bitter Fruit" (Part 3), script by Sharon Wright, pencils by Randy DuBurke, inks by Pablo Marcos; Black Canary tracks down thugs while someone attempts to kill Hector Librado. 52 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #612
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 612
    Published Oct 1988 by DC.

    Cover by Paul Gulacy. "Mind Over Matter," script by Peter David, art by Tod Smith; Hal Jordan and others are turned into madmen, but Hal manages not to kill anyone and tracks down Mind Games. "Out Of The Frying Pan... Into The Fire," script by Martin Pasko, art by Dan Spiegle; Carlos DiRienzi's manager contacts the Secret Six, while they complete their second assignment and decide to unmask Mockingbird. "Take Us to Our Leader" (Chapter 12), script by Mike Baron, pencils by Dan Jurgens, inks by Tony DeZuniga; Deadman helps to return "Satan" to Talaoc, as he is one of his comrades. "Where Lurks The Evil?", script by Roger Stern, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by John Beatty; Superman decides to search out Bob Galt's attackers, and they decide they must destroy Superman. "The Tin Roof Club" (Part 2), script by Mindy Newell, pencils by Barry Kitson, inks by Bruce Patterson; George Flannery attempts to arrest Catwoman but she escapes and tries to retrieve the stolen brooch from Holly. "Bitter Fruit" (Part 4), script by Sharon Wright, pencils by Randy DuBurke, inks by Pablo Marcos; Black Canary is knocked unconscious by Gary Demott and he tries to con her into showing him where she lives, while one of Vincent Scales men tries to kill Hector Librado. 52 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #613
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 613
    Published Oct 1988 by DC.

    Cover by Mike Kaluta. "Head Trip," script by Peter David, art by Tod Smith; Hal Jordan defeats Mind Games and discovers he is totally without fear. "The Cheshire Contract!" (Chapter 1), script by Marv Wolfman, pencils by Chuck Patton, inks by Tom Poston; Nightwing gets unexpected help from Speedy to break up a smuggling ring, then Speedy asks Nightwing to help him stop Cheshire from her next murder. "Can't Judge A Book," script by Paul Kupperberg, pencils by Tom Grindberg, inks by Dennis Janke; An ancient Mayan god is brought to life by a mystery writer and attacks the Phantom Stranger. "Wicked Business!", script by Roger Stern, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; The Consortium decides to eliminate Charles Culpepper and Superman, while Superman goes hunting for them. "The Tin Roof Club" (Part 3), script by Mindy Newell, pencils by Barry Kitson, inks by Bruce Patterson; Catwoman hunts down Holly's husband after he kills Holly and steals the missing brooch. "Bitter Fruit" (Part 5), script by Sharon Wright, pencils by Randy DuBurke, inks by Pablo Marcos; Black Canary questions the Librados, while problems develop at an INS office and Vincent Scales' people beat up a forger the Librados used. 52 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #614
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 614
    Published Oct 1988 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Mike Mignola, inks by Ty Templeton. "Bring Me A Man," script by Peter David, art by Tod Smith; Hal Jordan discovers that his ring removed his fears and he successfully directs it to replace some fears; Story retells his origin as Green Lantern. "Death God," script by Paul Kupperberg, pencils by Tom Grindberg, inks by Brett Breeding; The Phantom Stranger defeats Ah Puch. "First Blood" (The Cheshire Contract Chapter 2), script by Marv Wolfman, pencils by Chuck Patton, inks by Tom Poston; Nightwing and Speedy stop Cheshire once, but she succeeds eventually. "Death Comes Calling," script by Roger Stern, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; Superman arrives in California just in time to save Charles Culpepper. "The Tin Roof Club" (Part 4), script by Mindy Newell, pencils by Barry Kitson, inks by Bruce Patterson; Catwoman kills two security guards and frames Holly's husband for it and for the jewelry theft. "Bitter Fruit" (Part 6), script by Sharon Wright, pencils by Randy DuBurke, inks by Pablo Marcos; William MacDonald hires someone to kill one of his employees just as Doug Vallines' private investigator is preparing to give her information on the Librados, and Black Canary stops a shakedown of Hank Beecham. 52 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #615
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 615
    Published Oct 1988 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Barry Crain, inks by Rick Magyar. "Freaks!", script by Peter David and Richard Howell (co-plotter), pencils by Richard Howell, inks by Arne Starr; Some superpowered crooks trap Hal Jordan at a location Arisia is modeling at. "That Was No Lady," script by Martin Pasko, art by Rick Burchett; Blackhawk escapes from some smugglers and hires Natalie Reed. "Night Patrol" (Fatal Distraction Chapter 1), script by Max Collins, pencils by Terry Beatty, inks by John Nyberg; A female serial killer stalks the Quad Cities and Wild Dog begins a search for her, while attracting the attention of a protégé. "Fatal Flaw?", script by Roger Stern, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; Superman saves Charles Culpepper but may have killed his assailant. "Tracks Of A Killer!" (The Cheshire Contract Chapter 3), script by Marv Wolfman, pencils by Chuck Patton, inks by Tom Poston; Nightwing is suspicious of Speedy's motives; Cheshire kills another ambassador. "Bitter Fruit" (Part 7), script by Sharon Wright, pencils by Randy DuBurke, inks by Pablo Marcos; Black Canary meets Doug Vallines and his private detective and tracks Vincent Scales, while his hired assassin deals with an INS employee. 52 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #7
    Adventures of Luther Arkwright (1987 Valkyrie Press) 7
  • Issue #445
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 445

    Brainiac lures Superman into a trap, with Jimmy Olsen and Cat Grant caught in the middle, in "Headhunter". Script and pencils by Jerry Ordway, inks by Dennis Janke. Ordway cover. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #378
    Adventures of the Big Boy (1956) 378
  • Issue #1-REP
    Adventures of Tintin Red Rackham's Treasure GN (1974 LBC) 1-REP

    2nd and later printings. Story and art by Herge. Join traveling reporter Tintin and his faithful dog Snowy, along with well-known friends such as Captain Haddock, as they embark on an extraordinary adventures spanning historical and political events, fantasy and science-fiction adventures and thrilling mysteries. These full-color graphic novels broke new ground when they were first released and became the inspiration for countless modern-day comic artists. Softcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 64 pages, full color. Cover price $10.99.

  • Issue #1-REP
    Adventures of Tintin The Black Island GN (1975) 1-REP

    2nd and later printings. Story and art by Herge. Join traveling reporter Tintin and his faithful dog Snowy, along with well-known friends such as Captain Haddock, as they embark on an extraordinary adventures spanning historical and political events, fantasy and science-fiction adventures and thrilling mysteries. These full-color graphic novels broke new ground when they were first released and became the inspiration for countless modern-day comic artists. Softcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 64 pages, full color. Cover price $10.99.

  • Issue #1-REP
    Adventures of Tintin The Broken Ear GN (1975) 1-REP

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    2nd and later printings. Story and art by Herge. Join traveling reporter Tintin and his faithful dog Snowy, along with well-known friends such as Captain Haddock, as they embark on an extraordinary adventures spanning historical and political events, fantasy and science-fiction adventures and thrilling mysteries. These full-color graphic novels broke new ground when they were first released and became the inspiration for countless modern-day comic artists. Softcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 64 pages, full color. Cover price $9.99.

  • Issue #44
    Airboy (1986 Eclipse) 44

    Airboy finds out a lot about Lester Rackman when he and Rackman visit his father's island sanctuary and home in "Like Fathers and Sons." Script by Chuck Dixon and art by Gary Kwapisz & Ricardo Villagran. Issue also has an Airboy Index and "Stand Off" in which Sky Wolf continues his pursuit of some bank robbers. Script by Chuck Dixon and art by Alberto Maldonado. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #2
    Akira (1988) 2
    Published Oct 1988 by Marvel.

    Tetsuo and Kaneda get caught up in the governments pursuit of the mysterious Mutant #26; the Colonel wants to control the power of Akira, but hes not the only one. The first English translation of Katsuhiro Otomos influential manga series. Story, art and cover by Otomo. Color by Steve Oliff. Mature readers. Cover price $3.50. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #8
    ALF (1988) 8
    Published Oct 1988 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. What would life for ALF been like if he had crashed into the Ochmoneks' house instead of the Tanners? Everyone finds out in "The Boy Next Door." Then ALF explains to Brian the dangers of starting a new business in "Mind Your Own Business." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #1989
    Alf The Alien's Dream Calendar 1989 (1988 One Stop Posters) #1989

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    Year: 1989 - 12 month calendar featuring images of everyone's favorite wise-cracking, cat-eating alien from the 90s! Softcover (Saddle-Stitched/Stapled), 12-in. x 12-in., 28 pages, full color.

  • Vol. 33 #10
    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (1956 Davis-Dell) Vol. 33 #10

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  • Vol. 43 #10
    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (1956 Davis-Dell) Vol. 43 #10

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  • Issue #7
    Alien Legion (1987 2nd Series) 7

    "The Bite!" Written by Chuck Dixon. Art by Larry Stroman and Mark Farmer. Jugger's back in a more comfortable surrounding - PRISON! And something is very wrong in the Galarchy... 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #2
    Aliens (1988) 2nd Printing 2
  • Issue #63
    Alpha Flight (1983 1st Series) 63

    "Techomancer!" Story by James D. Hudnall. Art by Hugh Haynes, Mike Gustovich, and Don Hudson. Box is the most sophisticated and powerful robot in the world. Find out what happens when this dangerous weapon falls into the wrong hands. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #150
    Amazing Heroes (1981) 150

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    Marv Wolfman interview; ElfQuest 10th Anniversary. Cover by Wendy & Richard Pini. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #151
    Amazing Heroes (1981) 151

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    A look at Stray Toasters; a look at the Prisoner. Cover by Bill Sienkiewicz. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #306
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 306

    "Humbugged!" Script by David Michelinie. Art by Todd McFarlane. Cover by Todd McFarlane. The pesky Humbug is back! And the insect-infatuated villain wants to resume his research on the ESU campus! But the crazy entomologist runs into his most-reviled insect first: the Spectacular Spider-Man! Let the extermination begin! Meanwhile at Bedford Towers, Peter and Mary Jane's neighbor, Jonathon Caesar, is acting stranger and stranger...perhaps even a bit obsessive! Cameo appearances by the Chameleon, Aunt May, and the Black Cat. (Notes: The Humbug previously appeared in Web of Spider-Man 19. McFarlane's cover is a tribute to the 50th anniversary of Superman and the cover of Action Comics #1.) Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #307
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 307
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    "The Thief Who Stole Himself!" Script by David Michelinie. Art by Todd McFarlane. Cover by Todd McFarlane. Peter Parker's next stop on his book signing tour is the Windy City! This should be a quick and easy trip to Chicago for the web-slinger! However an old foe from long, long ago elects to embark on a new criminal career in the second city! Can the amazing one capture the Chameleon before his next endeavor begins? Spidey will have to spot him first! In the meantime back in Manhattan, the deranged Jonathan Caesar makes his move on Mary Jane! Hurry home Spider-Man! (Note: The Chameleon previously battled the wall-crawler in Amazing Spider-Man 186.) 32 pages. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #306MJ
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 306MJ

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. "Humbugged!" Script by David Michelinie. Art by Todd McFarlane. Cover by Todd McFarlane. The pesky Humbug is back! And the insect-infatuated villain wants to resume his research on the ESU campus! But the crazy entomologist runs into his most-reviled insect first: the Spectacular Spider-Man! Let the extermination begin! Meanwhile at Bedford Towers, Peter and Mary Jane's neighbor, Jonathon Caesar, is acting stranger and stranger...perhaps even a bit obsessive! Cameo appearances by the Chameleon, Aunt May, and the Black Cat. (Notes: The Humbug previously appeared in Web of Spider-Man 19. McFarlane's cover is a tribute to the 50th anniversary of Superman and the cover of Action Comics #1.) 32 pages. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #307MJ
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 307MJ

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. The Chameleon is at it again in "The Thief Who Stole Himself!" Script by David Michelinie, art and cover by Todd McFarlane. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #7
    American (1987) 7

    Written by Mark Verheiden. Art and cover by Grant Miehm . In a story torn from today's headlines, reporter Dennis Hough and his pal the American attempt to defend the First Amendment rights of a "Hustler-style" magazine. It's a situation where emotions run high and, as our heroes discover when they meet a woman whose life has been ruined by the porn business, a case with no easy answers. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #6
    American Flagg (1988 2nd Series) 6

    Flagg discovers that his wayward father may be involved with the thieves who stole Soviet founder Lenin's body and tries to track them down in "Red Highlights and Permanent Waves – Part 2." Script by Howard Chaykin & John Moore and art by Mike Vosburg & Richard Ory. Issue also has a "Plex-USSR Pocket Time Capsule." Cover price $1.95.

  • Vol. 108 #10
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960-Present Dell) Vol. 108 #10

    October 1988. Stories: "Proteus Unbound" (part 3) by Charles Sheffield, "The Adventure of the Laughing Clone" by Michael F. Flynn, "Sunstat" by Jerry Oltion and Lee Goodloe, "Career Decision" by Linda Nagata and "A Cat for Katie" by Gail Schnirch. Science Fact article, "High-Tech for the Little Red Schoolhouse" by Robert Jane Pournelle. Cover by Randy Asplund-Faith. Illustrations by Randy Asplund-Faith, William R. Warren Jr., Nicholas Jainschigg, Judy Mitchell, and Vincent Di Fate. Softcover, 5.5-in. x 7.5-in.; 192 newsprint pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #2
    Animal Man (1988) 2
    Published Oct 1988 by DC.

    A beast stalks the streets of San Diego...just the sort of prey Animal Man was born to stalk in the concrete jungle. Can Buddy Baker pass the first true test of his powers? Written by Grant Morrison, with art by Chas Truog and Doug Hazlewood. Cover by Brian Bolland. New Format. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #361
    Archie (1943) 361

    Cover by Dan DeCarlo. Stories by Jim Ruth, Hal Smith and Frank Doyle. Art by Dan DeCarlo, Jr., Jim DeCarlo and Rudy Lapick. Veronica tries to teach Archie about the finer things in life, like sushi and polo, in "The Finer Things"! Plus: Archie has a confusing day at the beach when nothing turns out to be what it appears in "Nothing Is As It Seems"; Veronica feels Archie does not show sufficient concern over her broken nail in "Feelings"; and Mr. Lodge gets a fierce new watchdog in "Look-A-Like"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #58
    Archie Andrews, Where are You? Digest (1981) 58
  • Issue #92
    Archie Comics Digest (1973) 92
  • Issue #586
    Archie Giant Series (1954) 586

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    Archie at Riverdale High Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #587
    Archie Giant Series (1954) 587

    World of Archie. Cover by Rex W. Lindsey. AIDS awareness public service announcement with the Archie gang. "Explorers of the Unknown!", script by Rich Margopoulos, pencils by Rex Lindsey, inks by Jon D'Agostino; As Red Andrews recounts some of his adventures to a live TV audience, he gets an emergency call from the Explorers; Spike, Nitro, Wheels, Squint, and Gizmo all get the same call; Meanwhile, Dr. Zarkon plots against the Explorers; Brought together by Angel and her father, Hiram Lodge tells the team of a disgruntled scientific genius who's now threatening his corporation and Riverdale; The team splits up: Red, Angel and Gizmo go to stop Dr. Zarkon, while Spike, Nitro, Wheels and Squint travel to Riverdale to stop Dr. Zarkon's monsters. Archie and his Friends ad. Fruitslush ad with The Archies. Archie's Club News. 36 pgs., full color. $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #588
    Archie Giant Series (1954) 588

    Betty & Veronica Spectacular. Cover by Dan DeCarlo. AIDS awareness public service announcement with the Archie gang. "Deliverance," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; The new pizza parlor in town is getting lots of business by using pretty delivery girls, so Betty and Veronica offer to deliver food orders for Pop Tate. Sunkist ad with Archie. "Twisted Sitters!", script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Jim DeCarlo; Veronica tries to take over Betty's babysitting job when she thinks the kid's older brother is a handsome hunk. "Two of a Kind," script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Jim DeCarlo; In this story, the captions explain how the lives of Betty and Veronica seem similar, while the pictures show how different they really are. FruitSlush ad with Archie. "Ice Creamed," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, Jr., inks by Jim DeCarlo; The girls are jealous because Archie attracts the attention of a pretty ice skating instructor. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #589
    Archie Giant Series (1954) 589

    Pep Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #590
    Archie Giant Series (1954) 590

    The World of Jughead. Cover by Rex W. Lindsey. "Back From The Future!," script by Rich Margopoulos, pencils by Rex Lindsey, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Jughead Jones is contacted by January McAndrews - an officer of the Time Police, and a descendant of Archie Andrews - and is then targeted by time thieves. Archie & Friends ad. FruitSlush ad with Archie & Friends. Jughead's Bad Boy Fashions page by Dan DeCarlo, Jr. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #201
    Archie's Pals 'n' Gals (1955) 201

    Cover art by Dan DeCarlo. "Surf Turf," script by George Gladir, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Rudy Lapick; Reggie uses dirty tricks to try and win the surfing contest but Archie and Moose turn the tables on him. Sunkist Fun Fruits ad with Archie and his friends. Archie's Club News. Archie's Wacky Page. A Public Service Message from Archie Comics about AIDS awareness. "Turtle Stew," script by Ellen Leonforte, pencils by Bob Bolling, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Archie and his friends go out on a raft on the lake and think they spot snapping turtles but it turns out to just be old tires. "You Know It's Not Your Day When..." starring Archie and the Gang, script and pencils by Dan Parent, inks by Rudy Lapick. "The Challenge," script by George Gladir, pencils by Doug Crane, inks by Jim DeCarlo; Jughead competes in an eating competition against Rhino from Central. FruitSlush ad with The Archies. "Very Commendable," script by Jim Ruth, pencils by Doug Crane, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Archie gets a job putting out street signs and inadvertently redirects traffic through Mr. Lodge's driveway. "Super Soup" starring Sabrina the Teenage Witch; Aunt Hilda makes soup for the mailman with chicken but also some other strange ingredients. Post Pebbles Cereal ad with The Flintstones. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #34
    Area 88 (1987) 34
    Published Oct 1988 by Eclipse.

    Story & art: Kaoru Shintani. Shin's joyful prison reunion with Mick is cut short when a daring escape plan is beset by complications. Then in London, Saki and his bodyguard become victims of "A Howling in the Fog"! Deluxe B&W Format. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #35
    Area 88 (1987) 35
    Published Oct 1988 by Eclipse.

    Story & art: Kaoru Shintani. A Mach 2 escape flight in two of Farina's robot planes has Shin and Mick anxiously awaiting their return to Area 88. All goes well until they discover the remote-activated self-destruct mechanisms within each plane! Will they make it, or will Farina discover their escape and blow them out of the sky? The answer awaits in "A Dark Cloud Over the Intrigue"! Deluxe B&W Format. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #11
    Aristocratic Xtraterrestrial Time Traveling Thieves (1987) 11

    "X-Change" Written by Henry Vogel. Art by Mark Propst. 24 Pages, B&W. Cover price $1.75.

  • Vol. 12 #10
    Asimov's Science Fiction (1977-1992 Dell Magazines) Vol. 12 #10

    October 1988 - Softcover, 5-in. x 7-in., 180 pages, Text (With B&W illustrations and photos). Cover price $2.00.