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Comic books July 1994

  • Issue #894
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 894

    All color. Features include Judge Dredd in "Conspiracy of Silence" part 4 (script by John Wagner, art by Mark Harrison), Mambo in "The New Flesh" part 6 (script and art by Dave Hine, color by Gina Hart), Armoured Gideon in part 5, "Ghosts and the Machine" (script by John Tomlinson, art by Simon Jacob), Tharg's Terror Tales: "The Succubus" (script by Alan McKenzie, art by Paul Johnson), and Slaine in "The Queen of Witches" part 6 (script by Pat Mills, art by Dermot Power). Rian Hughes back cover. Clint Langley front cover.

  • Issue #895
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 895

    Featuring Judge Dredd "Rad Blood" (Part 1 of 2) Written by Dan Abnett, Art by Ron Smith; Mambo "The New Flesh" (Part 7 of 8) Written by Dave Hine, Art by Dave Hine and Gina Hart; Armoured Gideon "The Collector" (Part 7 of 11) "Day Centre of the Dead" Written by John Tomlinson, Art by Simon Jacob; Tharg's Terror Tales "Milk & Honey" Written by Mark Millar, Art by Kevin Cullen; Slaine "The Queen of Witches" (Part 7 of 8) Written by Pat Mills, Art by Dermot Power. Cover by Simon Jacob.

  • Issue #896
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 896

    All color. Features include Judge Dredd in "Rad Blood"part 2 (script by Dan Abnett, art by Ron Smith), Mambo in "The New Flesh" part 8 (script and art by Dave Hine), Rogue Trooper in "Mercenary Attitudes" part 1 (script by Steve White, art by Henry Flint), Armoured Gideon in part 8, "Crawling From the Wreckage" (script by John Tomlinson, art by Simon Jacob), and Slaine in "The Queen of Witches" part 8 (script by Pat Mills, art by Dermot Power). Nigel Dobbyn back cover. Henry Flint front cover.

  • Issue #897
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 897

    Featuring Judge Dredd "Moving Violation" Written by Chris Standley, Art by Peter Doherty; Brigand Doom "House of Games" (Part 1 of 3) Written by Alan McKenzie, Art by Dave D'Antiquis; Rogue Trooper "Mercenary Attitudes" (Part 2 of 4) Written by Steve White, Art by Henry Flint; Armoured Gideon "The Collector" (Part 9 of 11) "A Foreign Country" Written by John Tomlinson, Art by Mike White; Strontium Dogs "Crossroads" (Part 1 of 3) Written by Peter Hogan, Art by Nigel Dobbyn. Cover by Simon Jacob.

  • Issue #898
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 898

    All color except for Brigand Doom. Features include JudgeDredd in "TV Babies" (script by Chris Standley, art by Peter Doherty), Brigand Doom in "House of Games" part 2 (script by Alan McKenzie, art by Dave D'Antiquis), Rogue Trooper in "Mercenary Attitudes" part 3 (script by Steve White, art by Henry Flint), Armoured Gideon in part 10, "Dead Men Wear Don't Wear Flares" (script by John Tomlinson, art by Simon Jacob), and Strontium Dogs in "Crossroads" part 2 (script by Peter Hogan, art by Nigel Dobbyn). Mean Arena back cover by Anthony Williams. Photo cover.

  • Issue #1992-1ST
    2000 AD Yearbook TPB (1992-1995 Fleetway) 1992-1ST

    1992 - 1st printing. Collecting the very best 2000 AD had to offer in 1991 and featuring classic Sci-Fi characters like Judge Dredd, Tharg the Mighty, Strontium Dogs, and Rogue Trooper. The front and back covers both unfold to reveal even more! Softcover, 9-in. x 12-in., 96 pages, PC/PB&W.

  • Issue #5
    2099 Unlimited (1993) 5

    "Never Let Go," script by Gerard Jones, pencils by Joe Brozowski (as J.J. Birch), inks by Fred Harper; Hulk 2099 must rescue his sister Marian from a fake kidnapping by Vulx (a guy who looks a lot like Lobo.... Hmmmmmmm). "Everything you Always Wanted to Know About Duke Stratosphere but were Afraid to Ask," script by John Moore, art by Kyle Baker; The origin of Duke Stratosphere is told - or is it? "Now Playing," script by Michael Jan Friedman, pencils by Gino DeCicco, inks by Don Hudson; A Virtual Reality character is brought to life by ionic energy, and he goes after the director who "killed" him, and the corporations that control the people. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #2
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  • Issue #701
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 701

    Part 5 of the 5-part 'Fall of Metropolis,' continued from Adventures of Superman (1939) #514. Luthor's final attempt to level Metropolis and destroy the Man of Steel is found in one of the last artifacts of Krypton: the Kryptonian battle suit...Luthor's fourth fail-safe! Written by Karl Kesel and Louise Simonson, with art by Jackson Guice and Denis Rodier. Cover by Guice. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #701DCU
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 701DCU
    Published Jul 1994 by DC.

    DC Universe Variant. Part 5 of the 5-part 'Fall of Metropolis,' continued from Adventures of Superman (1939) #514. Luthor's final attempt to level Metropolis and destroy the Man of Steel is found in one of the last artifacts of Krypton: the Kryptonian battle suit...Luthor's fourth fail-safe! Written by Karl Kesel and Louise Simonson, with art by Jackson Guice and Denis Rodier. Cover by Guice. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #6
    Action Comics (1938 DC) Annual 6

    Elseworlds. A powerless Kal-El fights the legacy of his great-great-grandfather in "Legacy," a 40-page tale. Script, art & letters by John Byrne. Plus: Superman's rocket is sidetracked in "Doomsday for the Fifth Dimension!" Plot & art by Dennis Janke, script by Louise Simonson. Cover by Mike Mignola. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1
    Action Figure Collector (1994) 1

    Action figure articles/news: Spider-Man (Toy Biz), Captain Power (Mattel), and Aliens (Kenner). 6.5-in. x 10.25-in.; black and white; 40 pages on white paper. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #67
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    Interviews with Jae Lee, Ken Steacy, Mike Baron, Paul Chadwick. Hellshock cover by Jae Lee; Zero Hour flip cover by Dan Jurgens & Jerry Ordway. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1-REP
    Advanced Dungeons and Dragons The Complete Ranger's Handbook SC (1993 TSR) 1-REP

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    2nd and later printings. Written by Rick Swan. Art by Terry Dykstra and Julie Bell. Reveals the secrets of the ranger class. Players will learn everything they need to play this challenging and dynamic character class! Softcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 128 pages, Text (with color and B&W illustrations) Cover price $18.00.

  • Issue #2
    Adventures of Aaron (1994 Chiasmus) 2

    "Babysitter Gone Bad!" Part 1 of 3. By Aaron Warner & Michael Evans. Back Cover by Richard Jordan. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix (1994) 3

    Cover art by Gene Ha. Through The Years, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Gene Ha, inks by Al Vey, Mark Pennington, Terry Austin, and Joe Rubinstein; Eight years have passed since Scott and Jean first arrived in the far future to be reunited with Scott's young son, Nathan Christopher; Jean continues to train Nate in the use of his powers; For the past few years, Scott and Jean have been members of Prior Turrin's human resistance movement and, during a raid of the labs of the Genetic Hierarchy, they discover a preliminary version of the Legacy Virus which is being developed to wipe all humans off of the earth; A trap is sprung and Ch'Vayre and his men attack and the humans find themselves fighting for their lives; An inner voice guides Nathan to a computer console which will allow him to destroy the complex but his work is interrupted by a mirror version of himself, the young Stryfe; Stryfe releases the techno-organic virus in Nate's system but Nate is able to strike back and knock his clone out. 36 pgs. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #514
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 514

    Part 4 of the 5-part 'The Fall of Metropolis,' continued from Superman (1987) #91: Nerve gas is released to ensure that all living things remaining in Metropolis won't last long...unless Superman can overcome his deepest fears when he encounters Luthor's third fail-safe. Concluded in Action Comics (1938 DC) #701. Written by Karl Kesel, with art by Peter Krause and Ron McCain. Cover by Barry Kitson and Ray McCarthy. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #447
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  • Issue #3
    Alex (1994) 3
  • Issue #3
    Aliens Stronghold (1994) 3

    Written by JOHN ARCUDI. Art by DOUG MAHNKE & JIMMY PALMIOTTI. Cover by MAHNKE. When you mix the fierce intensity of the Aliens with the twisted minds of John Arcudi and Doug Mahnke, you can expect that all of the questions you were ever afraid to ask would finally be answered! Can an Alien truly appreciate a hand-rolled, long-filler Cuban cigar? Now you'll know! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #391
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 391

    "The Burning Fuse!" Shrieking Part 2 of 4. Script by J.M. DeMatteis. Pencils by Mark Bagley. Inks by Randy Emberlin. Cover by Mark Bagley and Randy Emberlin. Ravencroft Institute is a shambles after Shriek's rampage several hours ago! And now Dr. Kafka lies in a hospital bed unable to help the wall-crawler sort through his emotional issues from the past several weeks! However the web-slinging show must go on! And in a cabin in the woods in upstate New York, a distressed Spider-Man aggressively attacks Shriek hoping for a quick knockout! But the sudden rebirth of Carrion changes everything! Meanwhile in Queens, Mary Jane discovers Aunt May unconscious on the floor! Cameo appearance by John Jameson. 32 pages. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 114 #8-9
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960) Vol. 114 #8-9

    July 1994. Double Issue. Cover by George H. Krauter. Stories: "Sam's War" by Ben Bova, "Symphony for Skyfall" by Rick Cook and Peter L. Manly, "Always Remember" by David J. Strumfels, "From the Jaws of Defeat" by Grey Rollins, "An M-1 At Fort Donelson" by Charles L. Fontenay, "Tin Angel" by G. David Nordley and H.G. Stramann, "The Real Thing" by Mark Rich, "Mary's Present" by Bud Sparhawk, "Bubba Pritchert and the Space Aliens" by Bud Webster, and "Chameleon is Hope" by Pete D. Manison. Science Fact articles: "Multiple Comet Strikes on Jupiter" by Peter L. Manly, and "Return to the Moon" by Buzz Aldrin with Aleta Jackson. Softcover, 5.5-in. x 7.5-in.; 320 newsprint pages, B&W. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #5
    Anima (1994) 5
    Published Jul 1994 by DC.

    Anima finds a gateway to the Arkana realm...directly through an atomic supercollider. Strange magic mixes with visions of cultural icons as Anima battles to keep the forces of the Arkana from breaking through into Earth's dimension. Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art and cover by Steve Crespo and Chris Ivy. New Format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #73
    Animal Man (1988) 73
    Published Jul 1994 by DC.

    Buddy and Maxine make their TV talk show debut to promote the Life-Power Church of Maxine as Ellen heads to Oregon, grappling with her decision to leave her family. Written by Jamie Delano, with art by Steve Pugh. Painted cover by Mark Chiarello. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #207
    Animerica (1992) 207
    Published Jul 1994 by Viz.

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    Anime & Manga Monthly. Anime Feature: Summer Double Feature with Ranma 1/2! Fun in the sun with both Ranma 1/2 movies, "Big Trouble in Nekonron, China" and "Nihao, My Concubine." Manga Features: an electrifying tale of boy meets alien in Lum*Urusei Yatsura by Rumiko Takahashi. Plus the aerial combat classic Area 88 by Kaoru Shintani. And: the usual anime/manga news and reviews. 64 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #425
    Archie (1943) 425

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    Last $1.25 cover priced issue. Cover by Stan Goldberg & Henry Scarpelli. Stories by Frank Doyle, George Gladir and Mike Pellowski. Art by Stan Goldberg, Bill Golliher, Henry Scarpelli and Rudy Lapick. Miss Grundy takes Archie and Jughead to see Mr. Weatherbee when they knock her over with remote control cars in "Control Freaks"! Plus: Archie mixes college thoughts with girl thoughts in the half-pager "College Knowledge"; Mr. Lodge is on vacation and is surrounded by pictures of Archie in the half-pager "Vacation Blues"; Archie shops at the mall for the coolest pair of sunglasses in "Shady Deal"; Archie tries to study but is distracted by everything around him in "A Study of Studying"; and Archie in "Canned Laughter"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Are We Having Fun Yet? TPB (1994 Fantagraphics) Zippy the Pinhead's 29 Day Guide to Random Activities and Arbitrary Donuts 1-1ST

    1st printing. By Bill Griffith. "Zippy the Pinhead's 29 Day Guide to Random Activities and Arbitrary Donuts" is not a collection of underground comix or syndicated strips, but an all-original trip on the Freeway of Fun featuring Zippy, Griffy, Half-Life, and the rest of gang. This highly-structured explosion of madness, satire and epic adventure takes all of Griffith's favorite pop culture themes — Ernie Bushmiller, junk food, commercial "cute," beatniks, cubism, modern Japan, Jean-Paul Sartre, Laundromats, '70s fashion, and Jack Palance — to their outer limits. Softcover, 6-in. x 9-in., 128 pages, B&W. Cover price $12.95.

  • Issue #2
    Attitude Lad (1994 Slave Labor) 2

    Stories by Paul Tobin, Colleen Coover, Vincent Stall and Phil Hester. Art by Colleen Coover, Vincent Stall and Phil Hester. Bad-taste hijinks and anti-social anti-heroes in the spirit of Britains Viz magazine. Attitude Lad meets Panty Linus, who is strange even for his crowd. 32 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    Avant Guard Heroes at the Futures Edge (1994) 2

    by Stephen Conley. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #376
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 376

    "The Inhuman Condition" Script by Joey Cavalieri. Art by Grant Miehm. Cover by Steve Epting and Tom Palmer. The battle against Proctor and the Gatherers is over, and the Black Knight is gone too. So now the inhuman elemental must pick up the pieces and makes decisions about her future. But before Crystal makes any big changes, she reflects on an adventure that took place a few months ago…when in the dark of night, a fellow inhuman named Sporr knocked out her window in need of help! Two new villains, Janissary and Terrigene, targeted Sporr and captured his host body in order to sample his DNA! But Crystal bravely flew to the Andes and rescued her friend! Will Crystal be able to draw from that experience and chart a new course for her life? Cameo appearance by Luna. (Notes: The first issue of the Force Works series was published the same month as Avengers 376. This issue includes a foldout back cover featuring upcoming Marvel releases.) 32 pages. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1
    Babe (1994) 1
    Published Jul 1994 by Dark Horse.

    Story and art by John Byrne. Who is Ralph Rowan? Who is Gideon Longshadow? And what is their interest in the fabulous Babe? Since Babe doesn't know herself, she can't tell them. Babe doesn't know where she came from, how she ended up on the beach, why she's so incredibly strong, why nothing hurts her, or why she can... breathe underwater? Can't everybody? From the world of John Byrne's Danger Unlimited comes a woman who walks out of the waves and into the wild world of southern California, wearing nothing more than an enigmatic smile for the sleazy Hollywood agent who sees in her not his wildest dreams, not his ultimate fantasy -- but a nuisance interrupting his busy day. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Badger Shattered Mirror (1994) 1

    Written by MIKE BARON. Art & cover by JILL THOMPSON. As any good psychologist will tell you, people with multiple personality disorders often face the personalities battling for dominance, so it only seemed appropriate that Badger actually battle with himself for your funnybook money! In this series, which reveals yet another never-before-revealed secret origin for Badger, Daisy Fields is an ambitious young therapist who's just been assigned to Norbert Sykes, also known as Max Swell, Emily, Pierre, Gastineau and...Badger! A world-class martial artist, a post-traumatic syndrome-suffering Vietnam vet, and full-blown multiple personality, Badger is the strangest and most dangerous case Daisy will ever take. If this weren't enough, Daisy's got to deal with her drug-dealing boyfriend and a mysterious campus menace known only as the Phantom! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Badger Zen Pop Funny-Animal Version (1994) 1

    Written by MIKE BARON. Art by STEVEN BUTLER, MATT HALEY & VAL MAYERIK. Cover by BUTLER. All hail Badger, the multi-faceted hero with multiple personality disorder! He pops out his head for the first time in years in this secret, never-before-revealed origin story, featuring the return of Ham the Weather Wizard, Badger's medieval Welsh druid buddy. The pair are trapped in a modern-day American mental hospital...or are they? It looks as though the inmates are making their bid to run the asylum! With one thinking he's more men than man and the other going through a Middle Ages life crisis, this comic's sure to stand out from the rest of your collection! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Bangtro Summer Banquet (1994) 1
  • Issue #4
    Barb Wire (1994) 4

    Cover by Dan Lawlis and Jeff Albrecht. Ghost in the Machine, script by John Arcudi, pencils by Dan Lawlis, inks by Ian Akin; When Avram Roman, Sr. comes to Barb Wire looking for information regarding the son he thought was long dead, little does he realize that his offspring has been cursed with a fate far worse than death: Avram Roman, Jr. has become the hideous creature known on the streets of Steel Harbor as The Machine; But a shadowy figure from The Machine's past has his own plans for Avram, Jr., making a father-son reunion very unlikely. 36 pgs., full color. $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #43
    Barbie (1991) 43
    Published Jul 1994 by Marvel.

    By Barbara Slate, Anna-Maria Cool and John Lucas. Cover by Mario Capaldi and Jeff Albrecht. As Ken repairs his old boat, Skipper looks forward to fun on the high seas, but not the work that comes with it. Then, when Barbie teaches a course on bookbinding, one of the students' projects leads to adventure and an exciting rescue that calls for the help of Ken's seaworthy vessel! Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #43
    Barbie Fashion (1991) 43

    By Barbara Slate and Amanda Conner. Cover by Conner and Jeff Albrecht. Daredevil Barbie dons a helmet to race in the Indianapolis 500! When someone tampers with the Barbiemobile, will a reporter uncover the culprit? Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #509
    Batman (1940) 509
    Tags: Batman Knightsend (part 1)
    Published Jul 1994 by DC.

    This extra-sized issue begins 'KnightsEnd,' a new multi-part story arc in the saga of the Dark Knight. With the failure of Bruce Wayne's encounter with Batman in Robin (1993-2009) #7 weighing on him, Wayne turns to his old foe, Lady Shiva, for help in retraining. Meanwhile, moving in on an arms dealer, Batman discovers that the perpetrator might actually be an old and deadly enemy of the Order of St. Dumas. Continued in Batman Shadow of the Bat (1992) #29. Written by Doug Moench, with art by Mike Manley and Dick Giordano. Cover by Kelley Jones and John Beatty. 52 pages. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #509SBSIGNED
    Batman (1940) 509SBSIGNED
    Batman (1940) #509SBSIGNED
    Tags: Batman
    Published Jul 1994 by DC.

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    Score Board Signed Edition. Signed and numbered by Dick Giordano and Doug Moench and limited to 2,500 copies. Includes a certificate of authenticity from Score Board, Inc.
    This extra-sized issue begins 'KnightsEnd,' a new multi-part story arc in the saga of the Dark Knight. With the failure of Bruce Wayne's encounter with Batman in Robin (1993-2009) #7 weighing on him, Wayne turns to his old foe, Lady Shiva, for help in retraining. Meanwhile, moving in on an arms dealer, Batman discovers that the perpetrator might actually be an old and deadly enemy of the Order of St. Dumas. Continued in Batman Shadow of the Bat (1992) #29. Written by Doug Moench, with art by Mike Manley and Dick Giordano. Cover by Kelley Jones and John Beatty. 52 pages.

  • Issue #22
    Batman Adventures (1992 1st Series) 22
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    "Good Face Bad Face." In this poignant tale, Batman confronts Two-Face, who has escaped from prison. Based on Batman The Animated Series. Script by Kelley Puckett, pencils by Mike Parobeck, inks by Rick Burchett. Cover by Parobeck. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #62
    Batman Legends of the Dark Knight (1989) 62

    KnightsEnd Part 4, continued from Detective Comics (1937- ) #676. While Batman continues his pursuit of the mysterious arms dealer, Lady Shiva's scheme to corrupt Bruce Wayne into a killer succeeds as, before the very eyes of Nightwing and Robin, Wayne slays the last of the martial arts assassins who have been stalking him! Continued in Robin (1993-2009) #8. Written by Chuck Dixon, with art by Ron Wagner and Ron McCain. Cover by Mike Mignola. Deluxe format. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #29
    Batman Shadow of the Bat (1992) 29

    "Manimal: Proving Ground," the extra-sized Part 2 (of 12) of KnightsEnd, continued from Batman (1940) #509. Bruce Wayne and Robin recruit Nightwing, the first Robin, to keep tabs on Batman's activities even as Batman continues his pursuit of the deadly arms dealer while Wayne sets up a training facility in an abandoned logging mill in the hills outside Gotham City. Continues in Detective Comics (1937- ) #676. Written by Alan Grant, with art by Bret Blevins and Bob Smith. Painted cover by Brian Stelfreeze. 52 pages. New Format. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #9
    Battle Angel Alita Part 3 (1993) 9

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    Race 9: Red Zone: Fight Like the Wind - Story and Art by Yukito Kishiro. With her battle against 'Caligula' Armblessed behind her, Alita stops to ponder if her abilities will make her a match for Zafal 'Crimson Wind' Takie's uncanny speed. Will this be her last match? 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #5
    Beavis and Butt-Head (1994) 5

    Fancying themselves specimens of athletic perfection, Beavis and Butt-Head jump into running shorts to participate at Track and Field Day. Then, after a visit to a tattoo parlor, the social critics return to their couch to do what they do best--rank on everyone and everything that finds its sorry way onto the small screen. Written by Mike Lackey. Art by Rick Parker, with Gabriel Gecko, Greg Adams, Tom Morgan, Michael Golden and Sal Buscema. Cover by Rick Parker. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #4
    Beck and Caul Investigations (1994) 4
  • Issue #3
    Beethoven (1994) 3
    Published Jul 1994 by Harvey.

    "Escape from Camp Quasar" and "Free Pup-licity" written by Angelo Decesare with art by Howard Bender. Full color, 32 pages, standard paper stock. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #27
    Behind the Mask (1989-2005 Fading Shadows, Inc.) 27

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  • Issue #1
    Best of Street Fighter (1994) 1

    Originally presented in Street Fighter (1993 Malibu) #1 - "Battle Scars!" Written by Len Strazewski. Art by Don Hillsman and Jeff Whiting. Cover by Don Hilsman. Based on the hit video game, reeling from his defeat at the hands of Ryu, Sagat plots the hero's demise with the leader of the Shadoloo criminal organization, the mighty M. Bison. They plan to use Ryu's friends, Chun Li and Ken, against him. Get ready for wall-to-wall action as on of the most popular video game universes explodes onto the 4-color medium! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #15
    Betty (1992) 15

    Written by Bob Bolling and Mike Pellowski. Art by Doug Crane and Rudy Lapick. Cover by Stan Goldberg. Using her skills learned from every criminology book in the Riverdale library, Betty masquerades as a maid at Veronica's posh party to catch a jewel thief working Riverdale high society. The fortunes of the girls softball team Mr. Lodge sponsors begin to slip the moment Betty goes out with an ankle sprain. Betty sets out to rearrange the furniture in her bedroom. Ad for The Carneys #1, art by Bill Golliher. Ad for Sonic The Hedgehog comic book. 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #77
    Betty and Veronica (1987) 77

    Written by Frank Doyle and Mike Pellowski. Art by Dan DeCarlo and Alison Flood. Cover by Dan DeCarlo and Alison Flood. Betty and Veronica volunteer at the local hospital, but the job isn't what they expected. Veronica is desperate to keep Archie and Betty from practicing baseball together. Veronica leaves something very embarrassing on her camcorder, then her father lends it to Archie. Betty gets a used car as a present from her parents, and instantly fears Veronica will try to top her. Veronica's Bahama Beauties fashion page. Editor Gorelick promotes "Archie Meets The Punisher." 36 pages, full color. $1.25. Cover price $1.25.