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Comic books April 2000

  • Issue #9
    100 Bullets (1999 DC Vertigo) 9

    WRITTEN BY BRIAN AZZARELLO; ART BY EDUARDO RISSO; PAINTED COVER BY DAVE JOHNSON. Part 1 of the 2-part "The Right Ear, Left In The Cold." Meet Cole Burns, a mild- mannered ice cream man trying to make a semi-honest buck in a thoroughly dishonest world. When the mysterious Agent Graves enters Cole's life and exposes him to a deadly secret ? the first of many that will change his life forever ? Cole discovers that everyone's got secrets, and his may be the biggest of all. MATURE READERS FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1186
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1186

    April 4, 2000. All color. Features include Judge Dredd in "Blood Cadets" part 1 (script by John Wagner, art by Simon Fraser), Missionary Man in "The Promised Land" part 13 (script by Gordon Rennie, art by Dean Ormston), Slaine in "The Secret Commonwealth" part 4 (script by Pat Mills, art by David Bircham), Pussyfoot 5 part 3 (script by John Smith, art by Nigel Raynor), and Nikolai Dante in "The Rudinshtein Irregulars" part 4 (script by Robbie Morrison, art by John Burns). Mark Harrison cover.

  • Issue #1187
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1187

    April 11, 2000. All color. Features include Judge Dredd in "Blood Cadets" part 2 (script by John Wagner, art by Simon Fraser), Pussyfoot 5 part 4 (script by John Smith, art by Nigel Raynor), Missionary Man in "The Promised Land" part 14 (script by Gordon Rennie, art by Dean Ormston), Slaine in "the Secret Commonwealth" part 5 (script by Pat Mills, art by David Bircham), and Nikolai Dante in "The Rudinshtein Irregulars" part 5 (script by Robbie Morrison, art by John Burns). Cover to Cliff Robinson and Chris Blythe.

  • Issue #1188
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1188

    April 18, 2000. All color. Features include JudgeDredd in "Blood Cadets" part 3 (script by John Wagner, art by Simon Fraser), Missionary Man in "The Promised Land" part 15 (script by Gordon Rennie, art by Dean Ormston), Slaine in "The Secret Commonwealth" part 6 (script by Pat Mills, art by David Bircham), Pussyfoot 5 part 5 (script by John Smith, art by Nigel Raynor), and Nikolai Dante in "The Rudinshtein Irregulars" part 6 (script by Robbie Morrison, art by John Burns). Mark Harrison cover.

  • Issue #1189
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1189

    April 25, 2000. All color. Features include Judge Dredd in "Pyrokinetics" (script by John Wagner, art by Arthur Ranson), Sinister Dexter in "Mission to Mangapore" part 1 (script by Dan Abnett, art by Andy Clarke and Dylan Teague), Slaine in "The Secret Commonwealth" part 7 (script by Pat Mills, art by David Bircham), and Nikolai Dante in "The Rudinshtein Irregulars" part 7 (script by Robbie Morrison, art by John Burns). Mark Harrison cover.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    50 Years of Beetle Bailey TPB (2000 NBM) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Story, art and cover by Mort Walker. Creator Mort Walker has compiled hundreds of black-and-white daily and Sunday strips into a decade-by-decade chronicle of the beloved military-themed comic strip. Walker also discusses the strip's history, including Beetles early days as a Jughead-like teen, Lt. Flap's introduction to the outfit, and the military paper Stars and Stripes banning the strip for making fun of officers. As a bonus, longtime fans can see the only existing picture of Beetle Bailey's eyes. 8-in. x 9-in. 128 pages, B&W. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    A Contract with God and Other Tenement Stories GN (2000 DC) The Will Eisner Library 1-1ST

    DC Edition - 1st printing. "A Contract with God and Other Tenement Stories!" Story and art by Will Eisner. A revolutionary novel, A Contract With God re-creates the neighborhood of Will Eisner's youth through a quartet of four interwoven stories, each expressing the joy, exuberance, tragedy, and drama of life on the mythical Dropsie Avenue of the Bronx. A Contract With God is a monumental achievement, a must in the library of any graphic novel fan. Softcover, 6-in. x 9-in., 188 pages, B&W. Cover price $12.95.

  • Issue #764
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 764

    WRITTEN BY JOE KELLY; ART BY KANO AND JOE RUBINSTEIN; COVER BY GERMAN GARCIA AND JOHN DELL. The finale of the Smallville visit finds the Man of Steel seemingly unable to save a woman's babies from a fire. Is this tragedy as real as it seems? Plus, Lana tries to comfort Clark as he and Lois's troubles get worse. Full Color, 32 pages. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #3
    Adventures of Barry Ween Boy Genius 2.0 (2000) 3

    Target: Ween" The government mistakes Jeremy for Barry when trying to capture Barry in order to use his brain. Script and art by Judd Winick. Cover by Winick and Guy Major. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #577
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 577

    WRITTEN BY STUART IMMONEN AND MARK MILLAR; ART BY IMMONEN, YANICK PAQUETTE, JOSÉ MARZAN, JR., AND RICH FABER; COVER BY IMMONEN AND MARZAN, JR. In stores February 9. Smallville stories continue as Superman deals with the xenophobia of his own home town, where even the Man of Steel isn't trusted. Meanwhile, Luthor ? accompanied by Mercy ? surveys his new Metropolis; and Lois and Clark seem to suffer some marital problems. FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1
    Aliens vs. Predator vs. the Terminator (2000) 1

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    by Mark Schultz, Mel Rubi, and TBA; cover by Dwayne Turner. In the year 2032, John Connor and the human resistance forces wage war on the evil super-computer, Skynet. Sensing ultimate defeat, Skynet goes into hiding. Centuries later, it is awakened by stealth Terminators posing as human scientists. Now an even deadlier Skynet is creating invincible Terminator/Alien hybrids! Earth's only chance lies in the hands of a legendary heroine named Ripley and... the Predators?! Even this ancient hunter race understands that Skynet threatens all life in the universe. Plus, they love a good fight! Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #16
    Amazing Spider-Man (1998 2nd Series) 16

    Cover by John Byrne; Howard Mackie/John Byrne/Dan Green. Spider-Man's world is in ruins. With the disappearance of Mary Jane, financial ruin threatens both Peter Parker and Aunt May. At least he still has his income source intact? that is, until the master industrial saboteur known as the Ghost (from the pages of IRON MAN) targets Tricorp! Plus: Did J. Jonah Jameson really peer under the wall-crawler's mask in PETER PARKER: SPIDER-MAN #10? And if so, what will he do with the explosive info? FC" Cover price $1.99.

  • Vol. 72 #1
    Amazing Stories (1926 Pulp) Vol. 72 #1

    Battlefield Earth photo cover. Nine new stories. Illustrations by Michelle Chang, Rick Sealock, Thom Ang, Steve Brodner, Vance Ypsilanti, and Samwise.

  • Vol. 120 #4
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960) Vol. 120 #4

    April 2000. Cover by Michael Carroll. Stories: "Obsidian Harvest" by Rick Cook and Ernest Hogan, "Maiden Flight" by Michael F. Flynn, "The Virtual Congressional Caucus" by Shane Tourtellotte, "The Comeback" by James Van Pelt, "Pilgrimage to Overworld" by Pete D. Manison, and "A Matter of Pride" by Ron Collins. Science Fact article: "Suspended Animation: The Cold Facts" by H. G. Stratmann, MD. Probability Zero article: "The Turning Testers" by Michael A. Burstein and Joseph J. Lazzaro. Softcover, 5.25-in. x 8.25-in.; 144 newsprint pages, B&W. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #6A
    Angel (1999 1st Series) 6A

    "Earthly Possessions!" Part 2 of 3. Story by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski. Art by Christian Zanier, Marvin Mariano, and Andy Owens. When Angel confronts a man possessed by a demon things are not quite going according to plan. Then Gaetano Noe, an excommunicated priest, shows up to lend a hand. But will Noe stop at exorcizing the demons, or does he have Angel in his sights as well. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #6B
    Angel (1999 1st Series) 6B

    "Earthly Possessions!" Part 2 of 3. Story by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski. Art by Christian Zanier, Marvin Mariano, and Andy Owens. When Angel confronts a man possessed by a demon things did not quite go according to plan. Then Gaetano Noe, an excommunicated priest, shows up to lend a hand. But will Noe stop at exorcizing the demons, or does he have Angel in his sights as well. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #59
    Animaniacs (1995) 59
    Published Apr 2000 by DC.

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    The series ends with a bang as all the characters go off on a mad, mad, mad, mad road rally organized by a mysterious figure. Will Minerva ever find her Prince? Will Mindy ever learn "Why?" Will Brain ever conquer the world? Will Wakko ever put on pants? It's their last chance in "Phar Lap"! Written by Jennifer Moore and Sean Carolan. Pencils by Leonardo Batic and Walter Carzon. Cover by Leonardo Batic and Horacio Ottolini. FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
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    Volume 1 - 1st printing. "Episode 1: Easy to Otaku Obscure!" Includes hundreds of questions to trsta fan's knowledge on films, cartoons, and anime. Softcover, 7-in. x 8 1/2-in., 176 pages, B&W. Cover price $14.95.

  • Issue #803
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    Published Apr 2000 by Viz.

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    One of the best magazines for anime fans! In this issue: a new mecha series for a new generation ? Animerica takes a look at Martian Successor Nadesico! Also: an exclusive interview with Nadesico artist Kia Asamiya! All this, plus exclusive columns, interviews with voice-actors, anime reviews, games, model kits, anime music, and Leiji Matsumoto's Galaxy Express 999 manga! Magazine, 96pg, PC Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #0
    Aphrodite IX (2000) Wizard Zero 0

    Wizard #0 Exclusive Edition

  • Issue #0-DFGOLD
    Aphrodite IX (2000) Wizard Zero 0-DFGOLD
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • Dynamic Forces Holofoil Edition.
    • Label #1568533018
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    Dynamic Forces Exclusive Gold Foil Edition.

  • Issue #66
    Aquaman (1994 3rd Series) 66

    Common Battleground - Written by Dan Jurgens. Art by Paul Ryan and Norm Rapmund. Cover by Michael Kaluta. Aquaman and the JLA discuss the situation, and the Atlantean armies are tricked into attacking Cerdia. In the confusion, Aquaman and Tempest search for the Cerdian queen, and find Ocean Master instead. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1A
    Aquarium (2000) 1A
    Published Apr 2000 by CPM.

    Regular Cover. Art and story byTomoko Tomoko Taniguchi. Tomoko Taniguchi, the popular artist of Call Me Princess, returns with her second series from CPM, continuing the Shojo (womens' and girls' comics) line begun last year. In Aquarium, a young girl named Naoka fails the competitive exam for the high school she wanted to attend. Her hobby has always been going to the aquarium to see the fish and dolphins, and she spends more time there to find solace after her disappointment. At the aquarium, she meets a boy, Haruki. At first he tries to befriend her, but she is not able to return his friendship because she is still saddened by her failure. If you have ever experienced disappointment and the fear of change that new love can bring, Aquarium will touch you like few other works. Tomoko Taniguchi's elegant style is at its most moving and expressive in this all-new series. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1B
    Aquarium (2000) 1B
    Published Apr 2000 by CPM.

    Colleen Doran mermaid variant cover. Art and story byTomoko Taniguchi. Tomoko Taniguchi, the popular artist of Call Me Princess, returns with her second series from CPM, continuing the Shojo (womens' and girls' comics) line begun last year. In Aquarium, a young girl named Naoka fails the competitive exam for the high school she wanted to attend. Her hobby has always been going to the aquarium to see the fish and dolphins, and she spends more time there to find solace after her disappointment. At the aquarium, she meets a boy, Haruki. At first he tries to befriend her, but she is not able to return his friendship because she is still saddened by her failure. If you have ever experienced disappointment and the fear of change that new love can bring, Aquarium will touch you like few other works. Tomoko Taniguchi's elegant style is at its most moving and expressive in this all-new series. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #494
    Archie (1943) 494

    by Various & Stan Goldberg All-New Stories! The all-American teen returns in all his girl-loving, accident prone, good-natured glory! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #40
    Archie and Friends (1991) 40

    by Bill Golliher & Jeff Schultz "Intern Concern": Glamour! Excitement! Perks! It's everything you could hope for if you work for a big ad agency ? unless you're just an intern! That's the spot Archie and his friends find themselves in, and it isn't long before malaise and mayhem set in. When they cause the agency to lose their biggest client, our upright teens do an about-face and try their best to win him back! When the smoke clears, every business in town wants them as their interns! "Catch A Wave": Veronica gets a wave maker installed in her indoor pool, and Mr. Lodge ends up all wet when it blows a gasket and floods the mansion ? right in the middle of an important business meeting! "It's A Pain": While waiting in the dentist's chair, Reggie overhears carpenters chiseling away on the other side of the wall ? but he thinks it's the dentist! FC, 32pg" Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #170
    Archie Comics Digest (1973) 170

    by Various The adventures of America's favorite teen continue with new stories and classic tales by Stan Goldberg, Dan DeCarlo, Henry Scarpelli, and more! Digest, FC" Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #3
    Archie's Weird Mysteries (2000) 3

    By Paul Castiglia and Fernando Ruiz. By popular demand: The Senses-Shattering Return of The Mighty Crusaders! "A Mighty Weird Crusade": In what may be the weirdest Archie mystery yet, The Mighty Crusaders and their arch enemies, lead by the evil Brain Emperor, find themselves zapped into good ol' Riverdale! Not weird enough, you say? The Brain Emperor's body just can't withstand the strange vibes in Riverdale's atmosphere. He needs to control the action from the sidelines ? he needs someone with a big, strong body and weak mind to do his bidding. Did someone say Moose?! Now, Archie and his friends must help the Crusaders keep these vile villains from taking over the world ? and not destroy Moose's body in the process! Things don't look good for our heroes, leading to the strs.ngest conclusion in Archie comics history!!! FC, 32pg" Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1.BLANC
    Aria Angela (2000) 1.BLANC
    Published Apr 2000 by Image.

    The way this cover is designed there is supposed to be spots in the background. The spots are not scuff marks although this is not apparent from the picture representation which appears as a solid black background. (W) Brian Holguin (A) Jay Ancelto You were impressed with Aria/Angela #1 - Now you will be amazed by the original pencils in the original format of the best book of the year!!! Jay Ancelto's pencils are breath-taking. Don't miss this black and white pencil edition, with a brand new cover by Jay Ancelto. Aria/Angela: Heavenly Creatures brings together two of the most popular female leads in all of comicdom. Lady Kildare, princess of Faerie, discovers a genuine Angel held in captivity! This sets the stage for an unlikely alliance and the beginning of an unforgettable tale of mystery, adventure, and retribution. Heavenly Creatures is the first miniseries to feature TODD McFARLANE's ANGELA since 1995. Written by acclaimed writer Brian Holguin ("SPAWN", "SPAWN: THE DARK AGES") and brought to life through the art of Jay Ancelto. b&w, 32pg

  • Issue #1A
    Astounding Space Thrills The Comic Book (2000 Image) 1A

    (c) Steve Conley, Marty Baumann, Cover by Ken Kelly. "The Cydonian Contant." Behind the fantastic painted cover provided by Ken Kelly, Eisner Nominee Steve Conley brings his acclaimed sci-fi series and syndicated comic strip, Astounding Space Thrills: The Comic Book to Image in FULL-COLOR! In the debut issue, Argosy Smith and his reluctant pal Theremin are lured to the mysterious Martian monument of Cydonia to stop the theft of a priceless and very deadly alien artifact. The introduction of the beautiful space vixen Astra Nouveau only complicates matters. Robots, rayguns, rocketships, a gorgeous villainess and the fate of all life on Earth hangs in the balance. And if that weren't enough, also in this issue, for the first time in print: Marty Baumann's The Crater Kid. "We have seen the future... and it really ain't all that bad!" It's the best $2.95 you'll spend all millennium. FC, 32pg $2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #4
    Atomics (2000) 4
    Published Apr 2000 by AAA Pop.

    See Boone Gehr and Shreck, the refugees from the Innerverse, in their final confrontation! Will Zapman have to leave Snap City or make it his home? Also, It Girl and Metal Man face off with the terrifying cadaver and Frank Einstein (Madman) brings his "costumed adventurer" expertise to the party! Everything comes together in this thrilling issue which will set the stage for future epics including next month's Metal Man saga! Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #12
    Authority (1999 1st Series) 12

    WRITTEN BY WARREN ELLIS; ART AND COVER BY BRYAN HITCH AND PAUL NEARY. Everything the team of Ellis, Hitch and Neary has been building towards comes to a shattering conclusion in the apocalyptic final chapter of "Outer Dark." At last the Authority comes face to face with the true owners of the Earth. Now seven heroes must defend six billion people against something older than this universe, and the battle's staggeringly destructive conclusion is something readers will be talking about well into the next century! Look for details of THE AUTHORITY #13 ? featuring the debut of the new creative team of writer Mark Millar and artists Frank Quitely and Trevor Scott ? in the next issue of Previews. FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #27
    Avengers (1997 3rd Series) 27

    KURT BUSIEK/George Perez/Al Vey. THE SCOOP: The 100-Page Monster strikes, giving you the biggest issue of AVENGERS ever! THE STORY: Due to the events of the last few issues, the Avengers are forced to change their line-up! And of the crime-fighters who assemble at the beginning of this issue, only two will remain on the team! Who will stay and who will go? And are the Earth's Mightiest Heroes playing right into the hands of the Triune Understanding? ? THE EXTRA STUFF: In commemoration of this historic moment, four similarly themed stories from the Avengers' storied past are reprinted in this gargantuan-sized issue! First, it's a key line-up-changing tale by Steve Englehart and George Perez from AVENGERS (Vol. 1) #150-#151 (that incorporates material by Stan Lee, Dick Ayers and Jack Kirby)! From AVENGERS ANNUAL #19 it's "The Day The Strangers Came!"? the very first Avengers tale written by current writer Kurt Busiek! Finally, it's "Four Dooms To Save Tomorrow," an adventure that ran in AVENGERS (Vol. 1) #101, and featured a classic story written by Roy Thomas and Harlan Ellison! ? THE FORMAT: The 100-Page Monster selects key issues of ongoing titles and supplements the reading experience with related stories from Marvel's rich history at a price that can't be beat. With 100 pages of new and classic action, it's the biggest bargain in comics! But the question is... where will the Monster strike next?! FC, 100pg. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #7
    Avengers United They Stand (1999-2000 Marvel Animated) 7

    cover by ty templeton ty templeton/derec aucoin/walden wong Devil Dinosaur and Moonboy guest star along with Captain America and the Black Panther! Trapped aboard the Collector's vessel millions of miles away from Earth, the only hope the Avengers have for rescuing their fellow captives lies with a massive red dinosaur and his prehistoric pal?you guessed it, Devil Dinosaur and Moon Boy live again! Plus: This 48-page final issue features loads of behind-the-scenes features on the Avengers cartoon, including interviews, conceptual designs, storyboards and more! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #63
    Azrael Agent of the Bat (1995) 63

    WRITTEN BY DENNIS O'NEIL; ART AND COVER BY ROGER ROBINSON AND JAMES PASCOE In stores February 9. The Huntress guest-stars in the midst of Gotham City's rebirth! A cold and heartless cult called the Quakists has sprung up in the former "No Man's Land," and Azrael and the Huntress come fist-to-face with the practitioners of some of the group's more radical ideas! Plus, Nicholas Scratch turns up to give Azrael just what he thinks he deserves: an apology!?! FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    B-52 Stratofortress Boeing's Cold War Warrior SC (2000 Osprey) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Written by Robert F. Dorr and Lindsay Peacock. Boeing's mighty B-52 is undoubtedly the most famous jet bomber ever built, having served now for almost 40 years. The last in the line of Boeing heavies, the Stratofortress has gone on to break all records for longevity, firstly with Strategic Air Command, and more recently with Air Combat Command. Softcover, 7 1/2-in. x 10 1/2-in., 272 pages, Text (with B&W photos). Cover price $29.95.

  • Issue #52
    Bacchus (1995 ECC) 52
    Published Apr 2000 by ECC.

    Stories by Eddie Campbell, Daren White and Michael Evans. Art by Eddie Campbell, Pete Mullins, and Michael Evans. Cover by Eddie Campbell. The acclaimed series by artist Eddie Campbell, featuring the latter-day adventures of the immortal Greek gods. The Bacchus story is done, but Campbell continues his explorations of art and character in After the Snooter. Dr. Doolittle; Visitation; In the Days of the Ace Rock n Roll Club; plus a Montague Hale one-pager. 36 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1
    Batgirl (2000 1st Series) 1
    Published Apr 2000 by DC.
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    • Slab: Minor side edge crack
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    FIRST PRINTING (indicia will not have a printing notice). In the midst of "No Man's Land," Batman gave a nameless girl with a violent past the costume and title of Batgirl. Exceeding his expectations, the new, silent Batgirl quickly made the role her own, earning the trust of the Dark Knight's closest allies, including the first Batgirl, Oracle. Now, in the streets of the reborn Gotham City, the new heroine faces her greatest challenges yet in the BATGIRL ongoing series. Written by Kelley Puckett (LEGENDS OF THE DC UNIVERSE, BATMAN: BATGIRL #1) and former Batman editor Scott Peterson (BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES), with dazzling art and covers by "No Man's Land" contributors Damion Scott and Robert Campanella, BATGIRL finds the teen struggling to learn the lessons of how to live a normal life, lessons she never learned from her mentor, the deadly assassin known as Cain. Already a super-hero, her real test will come as she tries to learn to be a regular seventeen-year-old...with Batman as her teacher. In the history-making BATGIRL #1, a mysterious figure arrives in Gotham, one who shares some history with the unique heroine. Having killed once before, Batgirl has sworn off killing, but this stranger ? a mercenary she injured terribly during her time as an assassin-in-training ? hasn't made any such oath. Can Batgirl stop his quest for revenge without taking his life? The new Batgirl also takes center stage in the lead story of February's BATMAN: GOTHAM CITY Secret Files #1, a Special exploring the newly reborn streets of Gotham City in the aftermath of "No Man's Land." This project is supported with a 4-color poster and header card (included in January's post-"No Man's Land" Batman packout); house and trade ads; and a co- op ad slick. BATMAN: GOTHAM CITY Secret Files #1 is a 64-page issue co-edited by Maureen McTigue and Tony Bedard. It arrives in comic-book stores February 2 with a cover price of $4.95 U.S. BATGIRL is an ongoing series edited by Dennis O'Neil. Issue #1 arrives in comic-book stores February 2 with a cover price of $2.50 U.S." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1DFSIGNED
    Batgirl (2000 1st Series) 1DFSIGNED
    Published Apr 2000 by DC.

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    Dynamic Forces Limited Signed Edition - Signed by Inker Robert Campenella; Limited to 1500 Copies. FIRST PRINTING (indicia will not have a printing notice). In the midst of "No Man's Land," Batman gave a nameless girl with a violent past the costume and title of Batgirl. Exceeding his expectations, the new, silent Batgirl quickly made the role her own, earning the trust of the Dark Knight's closest allies, including the first Batgirl, Oracle. Now, in the streets of the reborn Gotham City, the new heroine faces her greatest challenges yet in the BATGIRL ongoing series. Written by Kelley Puckett (LEGENDS OF THE DC UNIVERSE, BATMAN: BATGIRL #1) and former Batman editor Scott Peterson (BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES), with dazzling art and covers by "No Man's Land" contributors Damion Scott and Robert Campanella, BATGIRL finds the teen struggling to learn the lessons of how to live a normal life, lessons she never learned from her mentor, the deadly assassin known as Cain. Already a super-hero, her real test will come as she tries to learn to be a regular seventeen-year-old...with Batman as her teacher. In the history-making BATGIRL #1, a mysterious figure arrives in Gotham, one who shares some history with the unique heroine. Having killed once before, Batgirl has sworn off killing, but this stranger ? a mercenary she injured terribly during her time as an assassin-in-training ? hasn't made any such oath. Can Batgirl stop his quest for revenge without taking his life? The new Batgirl also takes center stage in the lead story of February's BATMAN: GOTHAM CITY Secret Files #1, a Special exploring the newly reborn streets of Gotham City in the aftermath of "No Man's Land." This project is supported with a 4-color poster and header card (included in January's post-"No Man's Land" Batman packout); house and trade ads; and a co- op ad slick. BATMAN: GOTHAM CITY Secret Files #1 is a 64-page issue co-edited by Maureen McTigue and Tony Bedard. It arrives in comic-book stores February 2 with a cover price of $4.95 U.S. BATGIRL is an ongoing series edited by Dennis O'Neil. Issue #1 arrives in comic-book stores February 2 with a cover price of $2.50 U.S." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1REP
    Batgirl (2000 1st Series) 1REP
    Published Apr 2000 by DC.

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    SECOND PRINTING (has 2nd printing notice in indicia). In the midst of "No Man's Land," Batman gave a nameless girl with a violent past the costume and title of Batgirl. Exceeding his expectations, the new, silent Batgirl quickly made the role her own, earning the trust of the Dark Knight's closest allies, including the first Batgirl, Oracle. Now, in the streets of the reborn Gotham City, the new heroine faces her greatest challenges yet in the BATGIRL ongoing series. Written by Kelley Puckett (LEGENDS OF THE DC UNIVERSE, BATMAN: BATGIRL #1) and former Batman editor Scott Peterson (BATMAN: GOTHAM ADVENTURES), with dazzling art and covers by "No Man's Land" contributors Damion Scott and Robert Campanella, BATGIRL finds the teen struggling to learn the lessons of how to live a normal life, lessons she never learned from her mentor, the deadly assassin known as Cain. Already a super-hero, her real test will come as she tries to learn to be a regular seventeen-year-old...with Batman as her teacher. In the history-making BATGIRL #1, a mysterious figure arrives in Gotham, one who shares some history with the unique heroine. Having killed once before, Batgirl has sworn off killing, but this stranger — a mercenary she injured terribly during her time as an assassin-in-training — hasn't made any such oath. Can Batgirl stop his quest for revenge without taking his life? The new Batgirl also takes center stage in the lead story of February's BATMAN: GOTHAM CITY Secret Files #1, a Special exploring the newly reborn streets of Gotham City in the aftermath of "No Man's Land." This project is supported with a 4-color poster and header card (included in January's post-"No Man's Land" Batman packout); house and trade ads; and a co- op ad slick. BATGIRL is an ongoing series edited by Dennis O'Neil. Issue #1 arrives in comic-book stores February 2 with a cover price of $2.50 U.S." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #576
    Batman (1940) 576
    Tags: Batman
    Published Apr 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY LARRY HAMA; ART BY SCOTT MCDANIEL AND KARL STORY; COVER BY MCDANIEL. Batman races aginst time to save a kidnapped young prince from a group of terrorists led by the Cipher. But will the truths behind the kidnapping hit Batman too close to home? FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #6
    Batman Beyond (1999 2nd Series) 6

    WRITTEN BY HILARY J. BADER; ART BY CRAIG ROUSSEAU AND ROB LEIGH; COVER BY BOB SMITH AND TERRY BEATTY. When Terry McGinnis and his friends try to go on a quiet camping trip to a river island near Gotham, they enter a lost world of genetically altered creatures kept prisoner there for the amusement of the world's most dangerous gamehunter: Stalker! It's up to Batman to keep himself and his friends alive, if he can outrun, outwit and outfight the half-dinosaur/half-jungle animals populating the island! FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #5
    Batman Dark Victory (1999) 5
    Published Apr 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY JEPH LOEB; ART AND COVER BY TIM SALE. The 13-issue maxiseries reuniting the Eisner Award-winning SUPERMAN FOR ALL SEASONS team of writer Jeph Loeb and artist Tim Sale continues! It's Valentine's Day in Gotham City and murder can't be far behind. Secrets are revealed and decisions are made that will affect Batman, Catwoman, Jim Gordon and Janice Porter for the rest of their lives! And whatever you do, don't peek at the ending! FC, 32 PG. (5 OF 13)" Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #23
    Batman Gotham Adventures (1998) 23

    WRITTEN BY SCOTT PETERSON; ART BY TIM LEVINS AND TERRY BEATTY; COVER BY BOB SMITH AND BEATTY. A plot involving the kidnapping of oil magnates and the acquisition of their property leads Batman on a globe-hopping adventure that takes him to the frozen wilds of Northern Canada and a showdown with a demon ? Ra's al Ghul! FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1
    Batman Gotham City Secret Files (2000) 1

    Written by SCOTT PETERSON, DEVIN K. GRAYSON, BRIAN K. VAUGHAN, BRONWYN CARLTON, KELLY PUCKETT, SCOTT BEATTY, GREG RUCKA & CHUCK DIXON. Art by SCOTT MCDANIEL, PAUL RYAN, WALDEN WONG, EDUARDO BARRETO, SHAWN MARTINBROUGH, RICK BURCHETT, JEFFREY MOY, W.C. CARANI, PABLO RAIMONDI, CRAIG ROUSSEAU, STEVE MITCHELL, PETE WOODS, REBECCA WOODS, N. STEVEN HARRIS, WAYNE FAUCHER, BUTCH GUICE, MARCOS MARTIN, PHIL JIMENEZ, MICHAEL BAIR, MARK PENNINGTON, ERIC BATTLE & ROB HUNTER. PAINTED COVER BY JOHN VAN FLEET. BATMAN: THE CHALICE highlights a dazzling Special exploring the reborn Gotham City in the aftermath of "No Man's Land"! In the lead story, the new Batgirl chases her prey through Gotham's reborn streets, with guesy appearances by Batman, Azrael, Catwoman, and the silent Batgirl's predecessor in the costume: the Huntress. Plus, design sketches of the city and people of Batman's home city; pinups; and more. FC, 64 PG." Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #2
    Batman Gotham Knights (2000) 2

    WRITTEN BY DEVIN GRAYSON AND JOHN BYRNE. ART BY DALE EAGLESHAM, BYRNE AND JOHN FLOYD. COVER BY BRIAN BOLLAND. Batgirl guest-stars in an issue that also features a black-and-white backup story written and drawn by John Byrne and the debut of regular cover artist Brian Bolland (BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE)! Batman and Batgirl fight to save a group of kidnapped Gothamites from being sold overseas as slave labor, but Batgirl's personal struggle with her killer instincts may prove to be the death of not only her, but everyone else. Plus, writer/artist John Byrne (SUPERMAN & BATMAN: GENERATIONS ? AN IMAGINARY TALE) writes and draws a black-and-white tale of the Dark Knight. FC, 40 PG." Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Batman Haunted Gotham (1999) 4

    WRITTEN BY DOUG MOENCH; ART BY KELLEY JONES AND JASON MOORE; COVER BY JONES AND JOHN BEATTY ELSEWORLDS. In stores March 29. The haunting miniseries concludes. In an attempt to uncover the dark forces tormenting Gotham City, Batman asks Cat Majik to hold a seance in Wayne Manor. But when he does, the old house becomes a place of supernatural terror. FC, 48 PG. (4 OF 4) Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #128
    Batman Legends of the Dark Knight (1989) 128

    WRITTEN BY DENNIS O'NEIL; ART BY SERGIO CARIELLO AND MATT RYAN; PAINTED COVER BY HUGH FLEMING In stores February 2. Part 2 of a 5-part story revealing how Batman and Green Arrow Oliver Queen first met! The Dark Knight and the Emerald Archer discuss their plan of action as all the action they could ever care to encounter breaks out around them! Meanwhile, half a world away, reporter Vicki Vale is on assignment learning the ways of the East, as the sinister Minister Skave and his incompetent General Zho are having what you might call a falling out. FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1
    Battle Gods Warriors of the Chaak (2000) 1

    By Francisco Ruiz Velasco; colors by Edgar Delgado. 700 A.D.: A legendary Mayan warrior obtained the power of the ancient gods and incurred their wrath. Jump ahead to the year 2065, and the key to that power is about to be rediscovered, awakening the slumbering gods and initiating The Chaak?a tournament to determine the world's champion fighter . . . and the fate of all mankind! Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1
    Battlestar Galactica Gallery Special (2000) 1

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    Wraparound cover. 2 stories and 10 pin-ups. Cover price $3.99.