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Comic books December 1988

  • Issue #603
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 603

    Features include Zenith in phase 2, chapter 14, "Zero Hour" (script by Grant Morrison, art by Steve Yeowell), Rogue Trooper in "Hallelujah" (script by Simon Geller, art by Steve Dillon), Tharg's Future-Shocks (script by Hilary Robinson, art by Dave D'Antiquist), Judge Dredd in "Curse of the Spider Woman" (script by John Wagner, art by Will Simpson), Moon Runners (script by Alan McKenzie and Steve Parkhouse, art by Massimo Belardinelli), and Strontium Dog in "The Final Solution" part 4 (script by Alan Grant, art by Simon Harrison). Belardinelli front cover. Nigel Dobbyn back cover.

  • Issue #604
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 604

    Features include Zenith phase 2 chapter 15, "Home to Roost" (script by Grant Morrison, art by Steve Yeowell), Tyranny Rex in "Soft Bodies" part 5 (script by John Smith and Chris Standley, art by Will Simpson), Tharg's Future-Shocks (script by J. Campbell, art by Nigel Dobbyn), Judge Dredd in "Curse of the Spider Woman" part 2 (script by John Wagner, art by Will Simpson)Moon Runners (script by Alan McKenzie and Steve Parkhouse, art by Massimo Belardinelli), and Strontium Dog in "The Final Solution" part 5 (script by Alan Grant, art by Simon Harrison). Kevin Walker back cover.

  • Issue #605
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 605

    Features include Zenith phase 2 chapter 16, "Chimera Unbound" (script by Grant Morrison, art by Steve Yeowell), Nemesis in book nine, "Deathbringer" (script by Pat Mills, art by John Hicklenton), Tharg's Future-Shocks (script by John Smith, art by Lalia), Judge Dredd in "Alzheimer's Block" part 1 (script by John Wagner, art by John Ridgway and T. Perkins), Tharg's Future-Shocks (script by J. Campbell, art by Chris Smith), Tales of Mega-City One: "My Farourite Laundrette" (script by Wagner/Grant, art by Nick Williams), and Strontium Dog in "The Final Solution" part 6 (script by Alan Grant, art by Simon Harrison). Liam Sharp back cover.

  • Issue #606
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 606

    Features include Zenith phase 2 epilogue, "Rumours of War" (script by Grant Morrison, art by Steve Yeowell), the Daily Dredd in "Bride of Death" part 1 (script by Wagner/Grant, art by Ian Gibson), Judge Dredd in "Alzheimer's Block" part 2 (script by John Wagner, art by John Ridgway and T. Perkins), Strontium Dog in "The Final Solution" part 7 (script by Alan Grant, art by Simon Harrison), and Nemesis in "Deathbringer" (script by Pat Mills, art by John Hicklenton). Macasso back cover.

  • Issue #607
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 607

    Features include Anderson PSI Division in "Contact" part 1 (script by Alan Grant, art by Mark Farmer), the Daily Dredd in "Bride of Death" part 2 (script by Wagner/Grant, art by Ian Gibson), Moon Runners, Judge Dredd in "Tyger, Tyger" (script by Alan Grant, art by Chris Weston), Night Zero (script by John Brosnan, art by Kev Hopgood), and Nemesis in "Deathbringer" (script by Pat Mills, art by John Hicklenton). Brendan McCarthy front cover? Doug Braithwaite back cover.

  • Issue #1989-1ST
    2000 AD Annual HC (1978-1995 Fleetway) 1989-1ST

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    1st printing. 2000 A.D. 1989 Annual celebrates all things related to the UK 2000 A.D. publication. Hardcover, 7 1/2-in. x 10 1/2-in., 96 pages, PC/PB&W.

  • Issue #5
    Aces (1998 Eclipse) 5

    Featuring the thrilling conclusion of: "Air Mail" by Attilio Micheluzzi, and "Hollywood Eye" by Francois Riviere, J.L. Bocquet and Philippe Berthet. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #620
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 620
    Published Dec 1988 by DC.

    Cover by Mary Wilshire. "Last Gasp!", script by Peter David and Richard Howell (co-plotter), pencils by Richard Howell, inks by Arne Starr; Hal Jordan defeats the Freak Show but the leader is free, and Arisia leaves him. "Tailed!" (Fatal Distraction Chapter 6), script by Max Collins, pencils by Dick Rockwell and Terry Beatty (layouts), inks by John Nyberg; Wild Dog kills a mass murderer and Wild Pup tails him to his garage. "Just A Little Bug That's Going Around," script by Martin Pasko, pencils by Frank Springer, inks by Frank McLaughlin; The Secret Six begin to track Mockingbird while "The Agency" tracks the Secret Six. "Too Late, The Hero?", script by Roger Stern, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; Bob Galt is accosted by muggers. "Grave Doings" (Part 3), script by Mike Baron, pencils by Kelley Jones, inks by Tony DeZuniga; Deadman and Madame Waxahachie try to disrupt Wellman Legros plot and free the Brogden twins, but the twins are inhabited by sprits. "Most Guys Just Leave Her Hanging There," script by Martin Pasko, art by Rick Burchett; Blackhawk frees Marcia Rossiter (aka. Alice Richardson) and learns about the missing plane. 52 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #621
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 621
    Published Dec 1988 by DC.

    Cover by Joe Orlando. "Gremlins!", script by James Owsley (Christopher Priest) (plot, script) and Mark Bright (plot), pencils by Mark Bright, inks by Jose Marzan Jr.; Hal Jordan saves an alien space ship, begins his new job, and his power battery is destroyed when he charges his ring. "Stab in the Dark" (Fatal Distraction Chapter 7), script by Max Collins, pencils by Dick Rockwell and Terry Beatty (layouts), inks by John Nyberg; Wild Dog tracks down a serial killer and stops her, but Wild Pup gets injured when he helps. "Guess What We Learned In School Today?", script by Martin Pasko, pencils by Frank Springer, inks by Frank McLaughlin; The Secret Six tracks Mockingbird as "The Agency" tracks them. "Let The Punishment Fit The Crime," script by Roger Stern, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; Superman saves Bob Galt from some muggers. "Grave Doings" (Part 4), script by Mike Baron, pencils by Kelley Jones, inks by Tony DeZuniga and Pablo Marcos; Deadman and Madame Waxahachie continue searching for the Peckshaw twins, who have escaped with their zombie army. "It's Not The Heat, It's The Futility," script by Martin Pasko, art by Rick Burchett; The Blackhawks begin to escape from Van Der Houten as he decides to discontinue his search for the missing plane. 52 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #622
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 622
    Published Dec 1988 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Ron Frenz, inks by Larry Mahlstedt. "The Edge Of Forever," script by James Owsley (Christopher Priest) (co-plotter) and Mark Bright (co-plotter), pencils by Mark Bright, inks by Jose Marzan Jr.; Hal Jordan tracks the yellow beam that destroyed his power battery to the edge of Sector 2814. "To Help a Child" (Fatal Distraction Chapter 8), script by Max Collins, pencils by Terry Beatty, inks by John Nyberg; The serial killer turns herself in to the police after wounding Wild Pup. "We Don't Need the Super-Hero," script by Roger Stern, pencils by Tom Lyle, inks by Robert Campanella; Starman defeats someone in a S.T.A.R. Labs armored suit. "Seeds Of Doubt," script by Roger Stern, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; Superman and Bob Galt leave some muggers behind, while The Consortium decides to destroy Superman. "Dead Man On Campus," script by Martin Pasko, pencils by Frank Springer, inks by Frank McLaughlin; The Agency continues to track the Secret Six, and Ladonna learns some of August Durant's background. "The Big Blowoff," script by Martin Pasko, art by Rick Burchett; The Blackhawks escape from Van Der Houten, but Marcia Rossiter (aka. Alice Richardson) dies. 52 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #623
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 623
    Published Dec 1988 by DC.

    Cover by Brent Anderson. "Priest," script by James Owsley (Christopher Priest) (co-plotter) and Mark Bright (co-plotter), pencils by Mark Bright, inks by Jose Marzan Jr.; Hal Jordan tracks the beam that destroyed his power battery to another planet, where the being who caused it gets Hal to intervene in an interplanetary war. "My Week In Valhalla" (Chapter 1), script by Roy Thomas and Dann Thomas, pencils by Rick Stasi, inks by Rick Magyar; After Captain Marvel accidently kills a man, Billy Batson tries to make amends with the family. "Seventeen" (Grave Doings Part 5), script by Mike Baron, pencils by Kelley Jones, inks by Tony DeZuniga and Pablo Marcos; Deadman and Madame Waxahachie track the spirits of the Peckshaw twins who have assembled their army of zombies. "Revelations," script by Roger Stern, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; The Consortium details its reasons for desiring to destroy Superman. "Standard Allowable Abductions," script by Martin Pasko, pencils by Frank Springer, inks by Frank McLaughlin; Members of the Secret Six escape from "The Agency" with Steve Traeger. The "Devil Was A Baby," script by Paul Kupperberg, art by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez; A priest dispatches Satan after he holds The Phantom Stranger at bay. 52 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #624
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 624
    Published Dec 1988 by DC.

    Cover by Alan Davis. "Faith!", script by James Owsley (Christopher Priest) (co-plotter) and Mark Bright (co-plotter), pencils by Mark Bright, inks by Jose Marzan Jr.; Priest trains Hal Jordan in the use of his ring in this new sector, and tries to convince him that both the ring and the power battery are unnecessary to wield the green power. "Aryan Acres" (Chapter 2), script by Roy Thomas and Dann Thomas, pencils by Rick Stasi, inks by Rick Magyar; Billy Batson discovers the secrets of Aryan Acres and Captain Nazi is created. "The Sound Of A Silent Heart," script by Martin Pasko, pencils by Frank Springer, inks by Frank McLaughlin; Tony Mantegna talks about his past. "Pin The Tail," script by Roger Stern, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; Superman and Bob Galt return to Bob's cult and are followed by the Consortium. "Wildwood" (Grave Doings Part 6), script by Mike Baron, pencils by Vince Giarrano, inks by Tony DeZuniga; Deadman and Madame Waxahachie are at a stalemate with the spirits of the Peckshaw twins. "Knock 'Em Dead" (Part 1), script by Sharon Wright, pencils by Randy DuBurke, inks by Pablo Marcos; A killer arrives in Seattle and Black Canary is injured while training. 52 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #625
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 625
    Published Dec 1988 by DC.

    Cover by Eduardo Barreto. "The Law," script by James Owsley (Christopher Priest) (co-plotter) and Mark Bright (co-plotter), pencils by Mark Bright, inks by Jose Marzan Jr.; Hal Jordan forces warring races into a peace agreement, but they agree to try to destroy him as soon as they are able. "Might Makes Reich" (Chapter 3), script by Roy Thomas and Dann Thomas, pencils by Rick Stasi, inks by Rick Magyar; Billy Batson is left to die when he is discovered undercover with the Sons Of Valhalla, during a plot to poison San Francisco. "For Whom The Toll Builds," script by Martin Pasko, pencils by Frank Springer, inks by Frank McLaughlin; The Agency attacks the Secret Six and captures Luke; Conversation in story confirms that 7 operatives of The Agency have died in pursuit of the Secret Six. "Out Of The Frying Pan," script by Roger Stern, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; The Consortium tracks Superman and Bob Galt into California. "Tickle, Tickle" (Grave Doings Part 7), script by Mike Baron, pencils by Kelley Jones, inks by Tony DeZuniga; The spirits of the Peckshaw twins move to new hosts after Deadman scares and cajoles them out of the Brogden twins. "Knock 'Em Dead" (Part 2), script by Sharon Wright, pencils by Randy DuBurke, inks by Pablo Marcos; Walt Sarno is killed and Ken Glazier receives a threatening letter. 52 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #626
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 626
    Published Dec 1988 by DC.

    Cover by Paul Chadwick. "Bethel," script by James Owsley (Christopher Priest) (co-plotter) and Mark Bright (co-plotter), pencils by Mark Bright, inks by Romeo Tanghal; Hal Jordan discovers an alien ship and sets it in the northern California forest for the inhabitant to repair, and the inhabitant destroys a café and kills several people. "When Captains Clash" (Chapter 4), script by Roy Thomas and Dann Thomas, pencils by Rick Stasi, inks by Rick Magyar; Captain Marvel thwarts a poisoning plan, but Captain Nazi escapes. "Capitol Offenses," script by Martin Pasko, pencils by Frank Springer, inks by Frank McLaughlin; Mitch and Tony rejoin the rest of the Secret Six and they discover the headquarters of "The Agency," while Luke escapes from them and Rafael DiRienzi confronts Mockingbird. "Into The Fire!", script by Roger Stern, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; The Consortium attacks Superman. "Finale" (Grave Doings Part 8), script by Mike Baron, pencils by Kelley Jones, inks by Tony DeZuniga; Deadman tricks and beats the spirits of the Peckshaw twins out of their hosts and Madame Waxahachie rescues the Brogden twins. "Knock 'Em Dead" (Part 3), script by Sharon Wright, pencils by Randy DuBurke, inks by Pablo Marcos; Black Canary begins to track the murderer of Walt Sarno. 52 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #627
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 627
    Published Dec 1988 by DC.

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    Cover by Gil Kane. "And Now Captain Atom," script by James Owsley (Christopher Priest) (co-plotter) and Mark Bright (co-plotter), pencils by Mark Bright, inks by Romeo Tanghal; Captain Atom destroys an alien spaceship just as the alien completes repairs and Hal Jordan is saying his goodbyes. "A Bird In The Hand," script by Martin Pasko, pencils by Frank Springer, inks by Frank McLaughlin; Luke escapes from "The Agency" as the remainder of the Secret Six attacks it, and Mockingbird reveals himself to Rafael DiRienzi. "Knock 'Em Dead" (Part 4), script by Sharon Wright, pencils by Randy DuBurke, inks by Pablo Marcos; Black Canary is arrested while obtaining information from some prostitutes. "Panic In The Sands!", script by Roger Stern, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; Superman tries to escape the Consortuim with Bob Galt. "Travels" (Rocks And Hard Places Chapter 1), script by Marv Wolfman and Cheri Wilkerson (co-plotter), art by Tom Mandrake; Nightwing and Speedy become embroiled in a drug smuggling operation in Ireland when Speedy attempts to vacation there. "Distractions" (Rocks And Hard Places Chapter 2), script by Marv Wolfman and Cheri Wilkerson (co-plotter), art by Tom Mandrake; Nightwing escapes from a fight and he and Speedy are harrassed in Ireland. 52 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1
    Advanced Dungeons and Dragons (1988) 1

    Based on the TSR role playing game - "The Gathering!" Part 1 of 4. Story by Michael Fleisher and Jan Duursema. Art by Jan Duursema. An ancient evil rises and once again threatens the Realms. Only a motley band of adventures can stop it now. A surly dwarf warrior and his benevolent centaur companion, a gladiator who survived the Manshaka Arena of Blood, a fallen paladin, and a timid half-elf must somehow find a way to work together if the Realms are going to survive the coming darkness. Includes character sheets and information (to be used for the TSR Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game) for the Guardsmen of Waterdeep, Character: Priam Agrivar, human paladin, and the Magic Item: Staff of Withering. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #8
    Adventures of Luther Arkwright (1987 Valkyrie Press) 8
  • Issue #447
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 447

    "Over the Edge!" It's Gangbuster versus Morgan Edge, while Lex Luthor takes on a mysterious assassin...and where's the Man of Steel while all this is going on? Written by Jerry Ordway, with art by Ordway and Dennis Janke. Cover by Ordway and Dave Gibbons. (For a cover pencilled by Gibbons and inked by Ordway, see #440.) Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #448
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 448

    Saving a suicidal man is beyond even the Man of Steel's abilities...but not Gangbuster's. Also, the Morgan Edge/Lex Luthor war heats up! Written by Jerry Ordway, with art by Ordway and Dennis Janke. Cover by Ordway. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #380
    Adventures of the Big Boy (1956) 380

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  • Issue #1-REP
    Adventures of Tintin The Secret of the Unicorn GN (1974 Little Brown and Company) 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 #10
    ALF (1988) 10
    Published Dec 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. ALF wants to go to school and arranges a way where he can do that without leaving the house in "Back to School Daze." Then ALF tells Lynn about his senior class dance at the Orbit Guard Academy in "May I Have This Dance?" And in "Small Worlds," ALF gets a taste of the great outdoors while Willie tries to fix the car which broke down along a country road. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #26
    Alfred Hitchcock's Anthology (1977-1989 Davis) 26

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  • Vol. 33 #12
    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (1956 Davis-Dell) Vol. 33 #12

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  • Vol. 33 #13
    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (1956 Davis-Dell) Vol. 33 #13

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  • Issue #8
    Alien Legion (1987 2nd Series) 8

    "Duty Elsewhere!" Written by Chuck Dixon. Art by Larry Stroman and Mark Farmer. Grimrod returns to the squad and the Orestan conspiracy comes to a head. Will Nomada survive either? 32 pages, FC. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1
    Alien Nation (1988 Movie) 1

    There are aliens among us. They've come to live on Earth. The mailman could be one of them, or the saleswoman in the department store, even your next-door neighbor...or maybe a Los Angeles cop. ALIEN NATION is based on the movie from 20th Century Fox, starring James Caan, Terence Stamp and Mandy Patinkin. When an L.A.P.D. detective sets out to investigate a deadly Los Angeles drug ring, he finds he's got more than the usual bad guys, murder and mayhem to deal with. You see, his partner is one of the aliens...and it remains to be seen whether this intergalactic pairing will be a help or a hindrance. ALIEN NATION is a Standard Format one-shot special, adapted from the film by writer Martin Pasko and artist Jerry Bingham. Painted cover by Eric Peterson. 64 pages. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #65
    Alpha Flight (1983 1st Series) 65

    "When Robots Dream!" Story by Bill Mantlo. Art by Hugh Haynes and Al Milgrom. Jeffries struggles with his guilt over the failings of his brother and best friend. The man who controls Box must come to terms with the demons of the past before the woman he loves meets her untimely end. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #154
    Amazing Heroes (1981) 154

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    December 1, 1988. Solving the mysteries of The Maze Agency - a preview of Comico's (and Mike W. Barr's) new detective series. Cover by Adam Hughes. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #155
    Amazing Heroes (1981) 155

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    Klaus Janson interview; George R.R. Martin discusses Wild Cards. Janson cover. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #310
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 310
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    "Shrike Force!" Script by David Michelinie. Pencils by Todd McFarlane. Inks by Todd McFarlane and Terry Fitzgerald (assists). Cover by Todd McFarlane. Peter Parker finally returns to college! And just like old times...there's always mischief afoot at Empire State University! The Terrible Tinkerer blackmails one of ESU's graduate professors into procuring special equipment for one of his criminal clients! Killer Shrike! When the shrike stops by the science lab to take delivery...class is dismissed! And the web-slinger and Killer Shrike throw down for the sake of higher education! Appearances by Mary Jane Watson and Dr. Evan Swann. (Notes: Spider-Man previously clashed with Killer Shrike in Spectacular Spider-Man 102. This issue includes a full-page ad for the Inferno storyline that will run through many Marvel titles in the next 3 months.) 32 pages. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #310MJ
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 310MJ

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Peter Parker heads back to college in "Shrike Force!" Script by David Michelinie, art and cover by Todd McFarlane (assisted by Terry Fitzgerald). Spidey battles Shrike Force. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #8
    American Flagg (1988 2nd Series) 8

    Reuben and surfer Ian Cambridge pursue the people who have Soviet founder Lenin's body in a chase that leads to the Trans-Avant Garde Express in "Red Highlights and Permanent Waves – Part 4." Script by Howard Chaykin & John Moore and art by Mike Vosburg & Richard Ory. Issue also has a guide to the "Trans-Avante Garde Express" train. Cover price $1.95.

  • Vol. 108 #12
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960-Present Dell) Vol. 108 #12

    December 1988. Stories: "Sanctuary" by James White, "Shortage in Time" by Pauline Ashwell, "Sense of Directkion" by Lyn Murray, "Remember'd Kisses" by Michael F. Flynn, "If You Wish Upon a Star" by Jerry Oltion, and "Hardball" by W.T. Quick. Science Fact article, "Mysteries of Light and Life" by Margaret L. Silbar. Short review of Stephen Hawking's "A Brief History of Time." Cover by Ron and Val Lindahn. Illustrations by Ron and Val Lakey Lindahn, Anthony Bari, Arthur George, Judy Mitchell, and William R. Warren Jr. Softcover, 5.5-in. x 7.5-in.; 176 newsprint pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 108 #13
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960-Present Dell) Vol. 108 #13

    Mid-December 1988. Stories: "Guz's Place" by Timothy and Martha Cornog"Make Your Own Universe" by Pauline Ashwell, "Social Contract" by W.T. Quick, "The Vegetarians" by Joseph H. Delaney, "Pleased to Meat You" by Stephen L. Burns, "Gravesite Revisited" by Elizabeth Moon, "Step Trolls" by Kevin D. Robinson, and "Space Opera" by Charles Sheffield. Science Fact article, "On Beanpoles and Drum-Men" by Martyn J. Fogg. Cover by Alan Gutierrez. Illustrations by Martin G. Cameron, Nicholas Jainschigg, and William R. Warren Jr.. Softcover, 5.5-in. x 7.5-in.; 192 newsprint pages, B&W. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #4
    Animal Man (1988) 4
    Published Dec 1988 by DC.

    Cover art by Brian Bolland. When We All Lived in the Forest, script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Chas Truog, inks by Doug Hazlewood; Animal Man encounters B'Wana Beast and cures his anthrax poisoning; After restoring the animals B'Wana Beast fused, Animal Man tells off Dr. Myers at S.T.A.R. Labs and returns to his home. B'Wana Beast, however, has his own plans for Dr. Myers. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. 36 pgs. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #5
    Animal Man (1988) 5
    Published Dec 1988 by DC.

    Cover art by Brian Bolland. The Coyote Gospel, script by Grant Morrison, pencils by Chas Truog, inks by Doug Hazlewood; Animal Man meets Crafty, a coyote that walks like a man and is painfully resurrected everytime it is killed. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. 36 pgs. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #1
    Anything But Monday (1988) 1

    b&w. Mature Readers. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #3
    Appleseed Book 1 (1988) 3

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  • Issue #59
    Archie Andrews, Where are You? Digest (1981) 59
  • Issue #93
    Archie Comics Digest (1973) 93

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Jim DeCarlo. "Scared Stiff," script by Rich Margopoulos, pencils by Chic Stone, inks by Rudy Lapick; The gang decides to treat Reggie to a taste of his own medicine after he scares them with his tricks once too often. Sunkist ad with Archie and His Friends. "Refresher Course," script by Frank Doyle, art by Dan DeCarlo; Betty and Veronica are too tired from school to go bowling with the guys--until they hear that handsome new student Jack Sharpe will be bowling with them. "The Weakened Warrior"; Archie and Chuck trick some football opponents about Moose's weakness on the field. "The Head Shrinkers"; Archie and Chuck get swelled heads over their abilities in soccer. "It's a Snap"; Chuck takes pictures for the school paper but forgets to put film in the camera. "Tickets to Trouble"; Archie buys tickets to a concert from Dilton, but Mr. Lodge gives Veronica tickets to give away to the same concert. Archie Fan Club ad. "The Greeks"; The school is having a Greek Festival and everyone is dressing up except Reggie. AIDS public service announcement with the Archie gang. 132 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.35.

  • Issue #37
    Area 88 (1987) 37
    Published Dec 1988 by Eclipse.
  • Issue #38
    Area 88 (1987) 38
    Published Dec 1988 by Eclipse.
  • Issue #39
    Area 88 (1987) 39
    Published Dec 1988 by Eclipse.
  • Issue #40
    Area 88 (1987) 40
    Published Dec 1988 by Eclipse.
  • Issue #3
    Argonauts (1988) 3
  • Issue #12
    Aristocratic Xtraterrestrial Time Traveling Thieves (1987) 12

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

  • Issue #5
    Armor (1985 1st Series) 5

    The Amazing Origin Of Armor, Part 5. Story by Neal Adams. Art by Bart Sears, Rudy Nebres and Neal Adams. Cover by Neal Adams and Rudy Nebres. Sci-fi superheroics from Neal Adams' Continuity Comics. Armor and Silver Streak lead the human slaves in revolt against the alien slaver Rage, and his own forces turn against him. Cover features a fine example of Continuity's famously overwrought cover dialogue. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $2.00.

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

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

  • Issue #298
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 298

    "Disaster!!!" Inferno crossover. Script by Walt Simonson. Art by John Buscema (layouts) and Tom Palmer (finishes). Cover by John Buscema and Tom Palmer. The Avengers have disassembled! Due to injuries, treachery, and villainous time travelers; Earth's Mightiest Heroes are now defunct (on the east coast). What a sad day for the legions of Avengers fans! However just because the heroes are gone, that doesn't mean evil takes a vacation! And when crazy things start happening in New York City, one avenger (or pseudo-avenger) answers the call…Edwin Jarvis! In courageous fashion the Avengers' butler performs several heroic rescues of his fellow New Yorkers! But when a giant robot begins stalking him, Jarvis requests help from a long-time friend…Steve Rogers! With his classic poise and precision, the Captain rebuffs the robot! But can the Sentinel of Liberty rebuild the Avengers? His quest to do so begins in Avengers Annual 17. Cameo appearance by Peter Parker. Avengers Lineup: Jarvis and the Captain. (Note: This issue includes a full-page ad for the Inferno storyline that will run through many Marvel titles in the next 3 months.) 32 pages Cover price $1.00.