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Comic books August 1994

  • Issue #899
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 899

    Featuring Judge Dredd "A Guide To Mega-Speak" Written by John Wagner, Art by Ron Smith and Dondie Cox; Brigand Doom "House of Games" (Part 3 of 3) Written by Alan McKenzie, Art by Dave D'Antiquis; Rogue Trooper "Mercenary Attitudes" (Part 4 of 4) Written by Steve White, Art by Henry Flint; Armoured Gideon "The Collector" (Part 11 of 11) "The End of the Whole Mess" Written by John Tomlinson, Art by Simon Jacob; Strontium Dogs "Crossroads" (Part 3 of 3) Written by Peter Hogan, Art by Nigel Dobbyn. Cover by Dermot Power.

  • Issue #900
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 900

    Judge Dredd story, "Casualties of War" (script by John Wagner, art by John Higgins). Centerspread Dredd pin-up by Cliff Robinson. Jason Brashill cover.

  • Issue #901
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 901

    All color. Features include Judge Dredd in "Judge Death: The True Story" part 1 (script by John Wagner, art by Ian Gibson), Durham Red in "Mirrors" part 1 (script by Peter Hogan, art by Mark Harrison), Rogue Trooper in "G.I. Blues" part 1 (script by Mark Millar, art by Chris Weston, color by Gina Hart), Bradley in "Master of Martial Arts" part 1 (script by Alan McKenzie, art by Simon Harrison), and Nemesis in "Hammer of Warlocks" part 1 (script by Pat Mills, art by Clint Langley). Dermot Power cover.

  • Issue #902
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 902

    All color. Features include Judge Dredd in "Judge Death: The True Story" part 2 (script by John Wagner, art by Ian Gibson), Durham Red in "Mirrors" part 2 (script by Peter Hogan, art by Mark Harrison), Rogue Trooper in "G.I. Blues" part 2 (script by Steve White, art by Chris Weston, color by Gina Hart), Bradley in "Master of Martial Arts" part 2 (script by Alan McKenzie, art by Simon Harrison), and Nemesis in "Hammer of Warlocks" part 2 (script by Pat Mills, art by Clint Langley). Langley cover.

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

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    1994 - 1st printing. Collecting the very best 2000 AD had to offer in 1994 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 story! Softcover, 9-in. x 12-in., 96 pages, PC/PB&W.

  • Issue #6
    2099 Unlimited (1993) 6

    "The Price of Perfection," script by Gerard Jones, art by Khato; Hulk 2099 and Quirk battles the Golden One and his monsters to save Gawain. Untitled story, script by Michael Jan Friedman, pencils by Matt Ryan, inks by Gary Martin; A young inventor uses his robotic armor to save a new friend from a rampaging corporate spy; Galahad 2099 introduction. "The Most Fateful Trip," script by Michael Jan Friedman, art by Marie Severin; In order to escape a trap and free Doom and Fortune, Wire enters a cyber-reality based on old TV shows; A guy on a flying, interdimensional surfboard; Doom 2099, people who resemble The Beverly Hillbillies, The Honeymooners, Get Smart, Mr. Ed, & Bewitched app; Who writes this goofy stuff? 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #3
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  • Issue #9
    A Distant Soil (1991 Aria/Image) 9

    The reboot of Colleen Dorans science fantasy epic under her own Aria Press banner. Liana must act when Brent and Galahad are cornered by agents of the Institute. Story and art by Colleen Doran. Backup story, DWI, is written by Jo Duffy with art by Colleen Doran. Black and white; 24 pages. Mature readers. Painted cover by Doran. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #14
    A Distant Soil (1991 Aria/Image) 14

    The reboot of Colleen Dorans science fantasy epic under her own Aria Press banner. Special sketchbook issue features art and behind-the-scenes info from the 13-year history of A Distant Soil. Story and art by Colleen Doran. Final issue under Aria Press; Image continued the series with #15. Black and white; 32 pages. Mature readers. Painted covers by Doran. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #702
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 702

    New regular writer David Michelinie (JUSTICE LEAGUE TASK FORCE) comes aboard as a new era of greatness begins for ACTION COMICS. Bloodsport returns to Metropolis during its reconstruction. His mission: to keep the city 'pure' and 'clean' when it's repopulated. Written by David Michelinie, with art by Jackson Guice and Denis Rodier. Cover by Guice. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #68
    Advance Comics (1989) 68

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    Includes: UltraForce Sketchbook, with comments, by George Perez; sketch of UltraForce writer Gerard Jones by Mark Badger; Chester Brown interview on Underwater; Victor Vector & Yondo preview art by Ken Steacy; "Artist of the Month" Burne Hogarth interview; Feature Focus - Olivia; Why You Should Read Vamperotica, by Kirk Lindo; D.C. Agle interview on Moonshot; Denis Kitchen interview on Kitchen Sink's 25th Anniversary; Rick Hoberg interview; Alan Davis interview on ClanDestine; Harvey Pekar interview on American Splendor; Keith Giffen interview on Division 13; DC's Zero Month; Bob Hall interview on Timewalker and Shadowman; Dave Dorman interview. UltraForce cover by George Perez; Timewalker flip cover by Don Perlin & Gonzalo Mayo. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Advanced Dungeons and Dragons The Complete Druid's Handbook SC (1994 TSR) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Written by David Pulver. Druids love forests, true - but they love the arctic tundra, tropical rain forests, broad savannas, and fungi caverns of the Underdark, too. This 128-page accessory expands the living world of the druid in the AD&D 2nd Edition game, bringing new homes, character kits, personalities, spells, magical items, herbal lore, and a hundred details on druidic society, sacred groves, and high-level aspirations. This book has it all - don't leave the woods without it! Softcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 128 pages, Text (with Color and B&W illustrations) Cover price $18.00.

  • Issue #1
    Adventure Strip Digest (1994) 1
  • Issue #4
    Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix (1994) 4

    Cover art by Gene Ha. Sacrifice, script by Scott Lobdell, pencils by Gene Ha, inks by Al Vey, Bill Anderson, Al Milgrom, Joe Rubinstein; More years pass as Scott and Jean raise Nathan Christopher in a future ruled by Apocalypse; When Nate reaches puberty, the techo-organic virus in his system runs out of control and threatens to kill him; Nathan is visited psychically by his "sister," Rachel Summers, who teaches him how to keep the virus in check; With Nate once again healthy, he joins Scott and Jean in an attack on Apocalypse who is trying to transfer his essence into the young body of Stryfe; With a little help from Apocalypse' most trusted soldier, Ch'Vayre, they do just that and Apocalypse is destroyed; With their purpose in the future completed, Scott and Jean start to fade back into their own past; As they go, Jean is visited by the image of Rachel who asks her to once again take up the name of Phoenix in remembrance of her. 36 pgs. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #515
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 515

    Part 2 of the 2-part 'Massacre in Metropolis,' continued from Superman (1987) #92: In the ruins of Metropolis, Superman battles the alien menace Massacre as the citizens of that fallen city try to rebuild their lives. Written by Karl Kesel and Barry Kitson, with art by Kitson and Ray McCarthy. Cover by Kitson and McCarthy. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #448
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  • Issue #2
    Alice Cooper The Last Temptation (1994) 2

    Book II of the Neil Gaiman/Michael Zulli/Alice Cooper collaboration. Young Steven discovers that nothing is free--especially not a ticket to the mysterious Showman's theatre! Based on a concept by Neil Gaiman and Alice Cooper for Cooper's CD, The Last Temptation. This book is strongly tied to the album as well as the series of music videos based on the album. Cover by Dave McKean. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #1
    Aliens Earth Angel (1994) 1

    Story and art by John Byrne. Into the age of diners, black leather jackets, and Buddy Holly comes a monster worse than any that ever made popcorn fly in front of a drive-in screen -- the Alien. Legend creator John Byrne has long been a fan of the Aliens films and he jumped at the opportunity to tell his story of the first Alien invasion, the one that took place in 1950's suburban America! When you Byrne an Alien, you gotta figure it's gonna give off some heat! FC. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #7
    Aliens Predator Deadliest of Species (1993) 7

    This issue, which has no title, evokes #3, since Caryn Delacroix is once again in a dreamlike state in which she is unsure of what is going on. A variety of questions remain unanswered, such as how did Caryn get into her present state and what happened to the Alien Queen and the Predator? Script by Chris Claremont, pencils by Jackson Guice, inks by Eduardo Barreto. Cover by John Bolton. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #392
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 392
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    "The Cocoon!" Shrieking Part 3 of 4. Script by J.M. DeMatteis. Pencils by Mark Bagley. Inks by Randy Emberlin. Cover by Mark Bagley and Randy Emberlin. Crises abound for the mentally and physically exhausted web-slinger! After going down to defeat at the hands of Shriek and Carrion last issue, the beleaguered wall-crawler limps back home to rest! However his much-needed rest is denied upon learning that his dear Aunt May has suffered a stroke! In Forest Hills Peter grieves with Mary Jane, but he cannot stay for long as Shriek is still at large. Finally in Astoria in Carrion's mother's house, the amazing one catches up with Shriek! Can the Spectacular Spider-Man silence Shriek once and for all? (Note: The cover pays homage to John Romita Sr.'s classic cover to Amazing Spider-Man 50.) 32 pages. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #2-1ST
    American Journal of Anthropomorphics SC (1993-1997) 2-1ST

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    Volume 2 - 1st printing. Cover by Monika Livingstone. Foreword by Darrell Benvenuto. Featuring Graphic Stories: THE DRAGONSLAYERS art by Daphne Lage; MALE PREROGATIVE/HORSE FLY art by Jeff Wood; DREAM CITY art by Craig Carrington; and HOTEL CALIFORNIA art by Mitchell R. Beiro. Includes anthropomorphic artwork, a review of BUFFALO WINGS; Artist's Corner with Dan Flahive; and the story TALES FROM THE RESERVATION. Back Cover art by Taral Wayne. Softcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 126 pages, B&W. Cover price $10.00.

  • Issue #1
    American Splendor Special A Step out of the Nest (1994) 1

    Written by HARVEY PEKAR. Art by JOE ZABEL, GARY DUMM & JOHN STATS. He's stared into the Monkeycam and lived to tell about it! Critically-acclaimed comics writer Harvey Pekar returns to the racks with his first 32-page comics story ever. It chronicles Harvey's adventures in New York City last spring as he's invited to appear on "Late Night with David Letterman" after a four year hiatus - only to be bumped at the last minute by Barry Manilow! Will the fists start flying? This special stand-alone storyline is full of the gentle wisdom and understated irony for which Pekar is renown. Cover price $2.95.

  • Vol. 114 #10
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960) Vol. 114 #10

    August 1994. Cover by Chris Moore. Stories: "Starmind"(Part 1) by Spider and Jeanne Robinson, "Six Million Solid Gold Belter Buckles" by Hayford Peirce, "1894" by Charles L. Harness, "The Luck of the Draw" by Joseph H. Delaney, and "For Tax Purposes" by Sarah Zettel. Science Fact article: "How to Find a Starship" by Robert Zubrin, Probability Zero article: "Applied Science" by Lawrence Person. Special Feature: "A (Mercifully) Brief Explanation of Nanotechnology" by Cyn Mason and Dave Meyer. Softcover, 5-in. x 7.25-in.; 176 newsprint pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #6
    Anima (1994) 6
    Published Aug 1994 by DC.

    Anima begins her quest through the Arkana, the realm of Animus, where she learns more about the power and purposes of the Nameless One. Plus, Anima's brother Jeremy falls prey to the experiments of Dr. Yale, who succeeds in triggering Jeremy's metagene and unleashes Eris, the Animus's deadly female counterpart! Written by Paul Witcover and Elizabeth Hand, with art by Steve Crespo and Will Blyberg. Cover by Crespo and Chris Ivy. New Format Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #74
    Animal Man (1988) 74
    Published Aug 1994 by DC.

    The Life-Power Church of Maxine gets a boost when the members of the band Year Zero become disciples. When a song based on Maxine's teachings catches the world's attention, her personal crusade takes off. Written by Jamie Delano, with art by Russell Braun and Gene Fama. Painted cover by Michael Uman. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #208
    Animerica (1992) 208
    Published Aug 1994 by Viz.

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    Anime & Manga Monthly. Anime Feature: anime music! Animerica talks to Akira musical director Shiro Sasaki and My Neighbor Totoro composer Jo Hisaishi. 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 #1
    Annex (1994) 1
    Published Aug 1994 by Marvel.

    Cover pencils by Walter McDaniel, inks by Matt Banning. Crucible of Power, Part One: Enemy Unknown, script by Jack C. Harris, pencils by Walter McDaniel, inks by Matt Banning and Scott Koblish; Someone is trying to get the Annex armor, and they don't care if Alex Ellis has to die for them to get it; Spider-Man guest-stars. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #16
    Ape Chronicles (1992 fanzine) 16

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    Ape Chronicles is an amateur fan club magazine covering the Planet of the Apes movies and related spinoffs. Issues are B&W, 8.5--in. x 11-in. with varying page counts, photocopied and hand bound/stapled, very limited print run. In this issue: Mighty Marvel's action packed tribute to Planet of the Apes! Featuring: the Marvel POTA Magazine 20th Anniversary; the history of Marvel (55th Anniversary). Plus: Carry on Collecting by Harry Barnes. Also: hAPEnings by Jeff Krueger. TAylor tells all; Roddy comes home; Fall Kids Schedules; Yes I'd Like to Hear It, Hal; Rendezvous; Generation X; Reeling in the Years; Foxy QVC goes Ape; The Hole Truth; Reality Bites; POTA to Car SAles; Killer Team; 20th Century Logo; Fox's Lies. Cover features the Incredible Monk, the Simian Torch and Spider-Monkey. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #22
    Ape Chronicles (1992 fanzine) 22

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    August 31, 1995. Ape Chronicles is an amateur fan club magazine covering the Planet of the Apes movies and related spinoffs. Issues are B&W, 8.5--in. x 11-in. with varying page counts, photocopied and hand bound/stapled, very limited print run. In this issue: Return to the Planet of the Apes - Flames of Doom "Encyclopedia"; the conclusion of our unused scripts by Rod Serling from 1974; The Forgotton Uprising - an original story by Alan Maxwell; Monkey Planet 'Encyclopedia' - all letters to Adventure Comics done A to Z; Anniversary Chronology of all major POTA events; The Religion of POTA & The Omega Man by Thomas Bailey; review of the films from Movie Collector. Cover art by Jeff Krueger - location siting of "Flames of Doom." Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #1
    Aquaman (1994 3rd Series) 1

    Aquaman is back in a new series as he is haunted by intense nightmares of a dark figure claiming to be his father. Then Aqualad returns, seeking the Sea King's help in locating a sunken nuclear submarine. This leads to a fierce batle with the villainous Charybdis, whose powers are stronger than Aquaman's...and who holds hostage someone who will come to mean a lot to the Sea King - Dolphin. Written by Peter David, with art and cover by Martin Egeland and Brad Vancata. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #24
    Archer and Armstrong (1992) 24

    Cover art by Mike Vosburg. "Bad Karma Part II," script by Mike Baron, pencils by Mike Vosburg, inks by Pat Boyette; Archer's just gotten an offer he can't refuse?; Become the bodyguard of local crime kingpin or die!; Then, when a rival family strikes makes their move their move in an impressive display of firepower, will Archer be forced to a save the man who represents everything he hates?; Characters: Archer; Armstrong; Pilar; Madeline Rosen; Nate Rosen. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #426
    Archie (1943) 426
  • Issue #10
    Archie and Friends (1991) 10

    Cover by Bill Golliher. Stories and Art by Various. Chuck and the gang create a super heroic comic strip, but nobody's interested...until they take turns wearing the 'Wonder Dude' suit in public in "It's No Wonder, Dude"! Also in this issue: Sabrina! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1
    Archie Meets the Punisher (1994) 1
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    48 pages of the craziest crossover ever to occur! Look at the title and you'll know we ain't kiddin'. The Punisher has set Archie in his sights and Riverdale High School will never be the same! The Punisher will never be the same! Cross-company calamity featuring the works of top talents from both Archie and Marvel. Written by Batton Lash. Art by John Buscema, Stan Goldberg and Tom Palmer. This Archie Comics version of the crossover is the same as Marvel's except it features a non-die-cut cover by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #73
    Archie's Double Digest (1982) 73
  • Issue #6
    Archie's Pals 'n' Gals Double Digest (1995) 6

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  • Issue #2
    Armorines (1994 1st Series Valiant) 2

    "Fathoms Below - Part 2: Frenzy" - A nuclear sub is sunk; a Navy SEAL team disappears; mutated sharks fill the water. Was even Marine boot camp this tough? One of the Armorines learns the secret of the undersea menace, but will he live to tell his comrades or is he headed for Davy Jones' locker? Characters: Armorines [Antonio Cordova; Gunny Lewis; James Earl Williams; Michael Sirot]; Castillo; General Kendall; Major Myra Lane; Spider Aliens; Tristan Atkins. Written by Jorge Gonzalez, with art by Jim Calafiore, Rodney Ramos and Phyllis Novin. Cover by Jim Calafiore. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #6
    Art? Alternatives (1992) 6
  • Issue #4
    Atlas (1994 Dark Horse) 4

    Story and art by Bruce Zick. Atlas has to come to grips with his limitations, and without GoldenRod to aid him in his efforts to defeat the evil Bol and his minions, there may not be much hope for humanity. Aox and Troy's quest to the frozen Arctic to replenish GoldenRod with energy from the Continuum Well ultimately proves successful, but a great sacrifice is necessary in order to achieve their goal. In the end, much is gained, but much is lost. And earth will never be the same again. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #377
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 377

    "Out of House and Home" Script by Joey Cavalieri. Art by Grant Miehm. Cover by Steve Epting and Tom Palmer. While strolling through Central Park, Quicksilver comes to the aid of a young man under attack by a group of thugs! After saving the youth, Pietro continues on his journey to the Transian District of New York City. Once there, the mutant speedster bumps into the same young man again along with his super-powered family! The family members should be grateful for Pietro's help earlier in the day, but instead they want to settle a score from years ago! Fighting solo Quicksilver will try to outrun the present…and the past! Flashback Cameo by the Scarlet Witch. 32 pages. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1
    Axiom (1994) 1

    Written and Illustrated by Hac Le and Patrick Gealogo. 32 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    Babe (1994) 2
    Published Aug 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 #1B
    Bad Comics (1990) 1B

    2nd printing. Written & illustrated by J.R. Williams. B&W, 32 pages, standard paper stock. Mature readers. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    Badger Shattered Mirror (1994) 2

    Written by MIKE BARON. Art & cover by JILL THOMPSON. The Badger is released from the mental hospital and Daisy Fields has the unenviable job of helping him reintegrate into society. Can a stressed-out Vietnam vet suffering from multiple personality disorder handle today's PC world? But the Badger is the least of Daisy's problems. Between her drug-dealing boyfriend Eric, and the mysterious masked assailant the Phantom, who seems to have developed a romantic fixation on her, Daisy has her hands full! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    Badger Zen Pop Funny-Animal Version (1994) 2

    Written by MIKE BARON. Art by VAL MAYERIK. The Badger's in deep now! The good citizens of Wisconsin are up in arms about rampant cattle-mutilations. The number one suspect is Ham, a wizard who sacrifices animals to influence the stock market. Badger is sworn to protect all animal life, but he's in a real quandary here - Ham is his boss. Furthermore, Ham claims he has nothing to do with the cattle mutilations. Is there another wizard sacrificing animals in Wisconsin? Can the Badger clear his boss's good name? And how do Paul Bunyan, Joan Crawford, and an arboreal horror named Woodface all fit in? Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5
    Barb Wire (1994) 5

    Written by JOHN ARCUDI. Art by DAN LAWLIS & IAN AKIN. Cover by LAWLIS & JEFF ALBRECHT. In the hard-hitting, emotional conclusion to "Ghost in the Machine," the Machine is forced to face five freakish foes whose powers match - and maybe even surpass - his own. And there's little that Barb Wire can do to help her ghoulish comrade, since the Machine is determined to handle things his way! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #44
    Barbie (1991) 44
    Published Aug 1994 by Marvel.
  • Issue #44
    Barbie Fashion (1991) 44

    By Barbara Slate and Anna-Maria Cool. Cover by Amanda Conner and Jeff Albrecht. When Ken's Grandpa Sam has a hearing problem, Barbie and Ken take him to the ear clinic. There, he finds out just how important hearing the little things is. Meanwhile, Skipper realizes that sometimes we take our other senses for granted. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #3
    Bartman (1993) 3
    Published Aug 1994 by Bongo.

    Cover art by Bill Morrison. The Final Collision, script by Steve Vance (co-plot), Jan Strnad (co-plot, script), pencils by Steven Vance, inks by Bill Morrison; Bartman teams up with Radioactive Man to stop Kang and Kodos. Story continued from Simpsons Comics #5. The winners of the create a costumed super-persona for Homer Simpson contest. My Rock 'n' Roll Life, Part Two: The Utter Shame of Utter Shamelessness bio on Matt Groening. Letters and fan art from reader. 36 pgs. $2.25. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #510
    Batman (1940) 510
    Tags: Batman Knightsend (part 7)
    Published Aug 1994 by DC.

    KnightsEnd Part 7, continued from Catwoman (1993-2001 2nd Series) #12. Azrael's war on the criminals of Gotham City has become too brutal, so Bruce Wayne demands that Jean-Paul Valley relinquish the Batman identity. But when Valley refuses, the final battle for the mantle of the bat ensues. Continued in Batman Shadow of the Bat (1992) #30. Written by Doug Moench, with art by Mike Manley and Joe Rubinstein. Cover by Kelley Jones. Cover price $1.50.