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Comic books September 2000

  • Issue #14
    100 Bullets (1999 DC Vertigo) 14

    WRITTEN BY BRIAN AZZARELLO; ART BY EDUARDO RISSO; PAINTED COVER BY DAVE JOHNSON In stores July 5. Dizzy's education continues in the streets of Paris in the conclusion of "Parlez Kung Vous?" Dizzy learns just how deep the water is in which she's treading as Mr. Branch fills her in on the mysterious organization called The Trust, Agent Graves' role within it, and Dizzy's place in it as well. MATURE READERS FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1208
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1208

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    September 5, 2000. All color except for Future Shocks. Features include Judge Dredd in "Turned Out Quite Nice Again" part 2 (script by John Wagner, art by Henry Flint), Sinister Dexter in "Shrink Rap" part 3 (script by Dan Abnett, art by Andy Clarke), Red Fang part 9 (script by Steve Moore, art by Steve Yeowell), Future Shocks: "Home From the War" (script by Steve Moore, art by Boo Cook), and Roadkill part 1 (script by Dan Abnett, art by Richard Elson). Cover by Cliff Robinson and Chris Blythe.

  • Issue #1209
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1209

    September 12, 2000. All color except for Future Shocks. Features include Judge Dredd in "Dinner at Shapiro's" (script by John Wagner, art by Steve Parkhouse), Sinister Dexter in "Shrink Rap" part 4 (script by Dan Abnett, art by Andy Clarke), Red Fang part 10 (script by Steve Moore, art by Steve Yeowell), Future Shocks: "Skeleton Crew" (script by Steve Moore, art by Frazer Irving), and Roadkill part 2 (script by Abnett, art by Richard Elson). Cover by Irving and Chris Blythe.

  • Issue #1210
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1210

    September 19, 2000. All color except for Future Shocks. Features include Judge Dredd in "You're a Better Man Than I Am, Gunga Dinsdale" (script by JohnWagner, art by Ben Oliver), Sinister Dexter in "Shrink Rap" part 5 (script by Dan Abnett, art by Andy Clarke), Red Fang part 11 (script by Steve Moore, art by Steve Yeowell), Future Shocks: "The World Next Door" (script by Steve Moore, art by Andrew Chiu), and Roadkill part 3 (script by Abnett, art by Richard Elson). Bayo Siku cover.

  • Issue #1211
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1211

    September 26, 2000. All color except for Future Shocks. Features include Judge Dredd in "Bring Me the Heart of P.J. Maybe" (script by John Wagner, art by Ben Oliver), Sinister Dexter in "Shrink Rap" part 6 (script by Dan Abnett, art by Andy Clarke), Red Fang part 12 (script by Steve Moore, art by Steve Yeowell), Future Shocks: "Escape Ship" (script by Steve Moore, art by Dylan Teague), and Roadkill part 4 (script by Abnett, art by Richard Elson). Clarke cover.

  • Issue #2
    Accelerate (2000) 2

    WRITTEN BY RICHARD KADREY; ART AND COVER BY THE PANDER BROS. Teens never meant to be born travel through the future world of Neo-L.A. in search of a "Great Escape" as the miniseries continues. After her mind-expanding trip on Accelerate, Marne searches for her partners in crime and delves into the truth about her ghost-in-the-machine boyfriend. But, in a world where everything is for sale, the truth doesn't come cheap, and Marne must undertake a major heist to buy the information she needs from the radiation-scarred High Priests of the digital age. MATURE READERS FC, 32 PG. (2 OF 4) Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #769
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 769

    WRITTEN BY JOE KELLY; ART BY KANO AND MARLO ALQUIZA; COVER BY ED MCGUINNESS AND CAM SMITH The secrets are revealed in the conclusion to "Superman: Arkham," setting the stage for next month's even more incredible "Superman: Emperor ????????"! A day has passed and Superman did not return to Arkham! Are things turning back to the way we remember them? Nope. Things just get worse, so just get an order of fries from the Superburgerboy and watch the confusion mount. Superman and Steel make it onto the the JLA Watchtower and encounter two of this League's deadliest members: the strangely seductive Gorgeous Gilly (the ugliest woman you've ever seen) and Ignition, whose explosive temper has a nuclear core. It all leads to revealing who is behind all this madness and maybe, just maybe, who's been doing all the screaming. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #582
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 582

    WRITTEN BY J.M. DEMATTEIS; ART BY MIKE MILLER AND JOSÉ MARZAN, JR.; COVER BY ED MCGUINNESS AND CAM SMITH In stores July 12. Part 2 of "Superman: Arkham!" Lois Lane, the richest, most powerful woman in the world shouldn't care about the Kryptonian super-villain named Superman, yet there's something about him... Nevertheless, it won't stop her from conducting sadistic experiments on him. Meanwhile, can anything equal the terror of the humongous Turtle Boy? And the screaming continues... FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #1
    Alison Dare Little Miss Adventures (2000) 1

    by J. Torres & Jason Bone Alison Dare is not your typical 12-year-old. The daughter of an archeologist/adventurer and the masked hero known as the Blue Scarab (and the niece of an international super-spy), Alison's life has always been different from other girls her age. A craving for danger is in her blood. Unfortunately, her parents have locked her away at the prestigious St. Joan of Arc Academy for Girls, hoping that this would lead to a more "normal" life for their daughter. But despite all the strict rules at the school, Alison and her best pals ? Wendy and Dot ? somehow manage to get into adventures that rival those of Alison's globetrotting, planet-saving relatives. This all-new one-shot is going to introduce the rest of the world to what online readers of her Oni Press comic strip already know: Alison Dare delivers the best thrills since Indiana Jones; more action than Lara Croft; and the coolest comics since Chance was left behind! b&w, 48pg Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #6
    Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) 6

    Marvel, Fawcett, and DC! This one's got it all! Double-dynamite color covers ? a magnificent 1969 Dr. Strange piece by Gene Colan and Tom Palmer, and a never-before-seen Mac Raboy portrait of Captain Marvel, Jr., done in the early 1940s! Inside: Roy Thomas on the birth of the All-Star Squadron ? with rare and unpublished art by Rich Buckler and Jerry Ordway! Gene Colan, Herb Trimpe, and others talk about Marvel in the 1960s and 70s! A weird, untold tale of 1969 Marvel, with fantastic unseen Sgt. Fury art and comments by Dick Ayers, John Severin, and Gary Friedrich! A double-sized FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) section with C.C. Beck, Marc Swayze, Joe Simon, and more! Mac Raboy's fantastic 1940s art explored by Roger Hill ? with rare and unpublished art of the Fawcett heroes! All this, plus Stan Lee and Robert Kanigher on their "how-to-write-comics" books of the 1940s; Michael T. Gilbert and Mr. Monster on Superman in The New Yorker in 1939; never-before-printed Golden Age art by Carmine Infantino; and more! (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 96pg, b&w Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #15
    Amazing Figure Modeler (1995) 15

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    AFM throws the hammer down on Gothic figure modeling with a wild tour of Hammer Studios' House of Horrors including a velvet smooth look at the top Hammer kits, the creation of Shapeshifters' UK Hammer Bust series, and a Christopher Lee customizing diorama. Then AFM's artist posse tracks down Jeff Yeagher, and, finally, things wrap up with a deep, dark look at the Marilyn Manson model kit. All this plus the unsurpassed modeling instruction that make AFM indispensable. (Amazing Figure Modeler) Magazine, PC$6.00 " Cover price $6.00.

  • Issue #21
    Amazing Spider-Man (1998 2nd Series) 21

    Cover by Erik Larsen Howard Mackie/Erik Larsen/John Beatty Alistair Smythe, son of the original creator of the Spider- Slayers, continues his assault on the wall-crawler! And after setting Spider-Man up with the tantalizing chance to win back his original costume, Smythe has thrown every Spider-Slayer at our exhausted wall-crawler except one?and you won't believe this special Slayer's powers! Cover price $2.25.

  • Vol. 120 #9
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960) Vol. 120 #9

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    September 2000. Cover by Kelly Freas. Stories: "Identity Crisis" by Kevin J. Anderson, "Cloud Sky City" by Alexis Glynn Latner, "The Great White Way" by Laura Frankos, "Night Voices" by Stephen L. Burns, "Executive Committee" by Alan L. Lickiss, "Playmate" by Charles L. Harness, and "Reflections" by Jayge Carr. Science Fact article: "Neuroscience and Other Intelligences" by Thomas Donaldson. Softcover, 5.25-in. x 8.25-in.; 144 newsprint pages, B&W. NOTE: Issue is misprinted as no 8. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #11A
    Angel (1999 1st Series) 11A

    "Strange Bedfellows!" Part 2 of 2. Story by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski. Art by Christian Zanier, Marvin Mariano, Derek Fridolfs, and Andy Owens. Cover by CHRISTIAN ZANIER & ANDY OWENS. This is going to sound like a bad eighties moves, but here goes - it's Angel Investigations vs. the Hollywood vampire hookers! Can Angel resist temptation in the fiery conclusion to "Strange Bedfellows?" Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #11B
    Angel (1999 1st Series) 11B

    "Strange Bedfellows!" Part 2 of 2. Story by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski. Art by Christian Zanier, Marvin Mariano, Derek Fridolfs, and Andy Owens. This is going to sound like a bad eighties moves, but here goes - it's Angel Investigations vs. the Hollywood vampire hookers! Can Angel resist temptation in the fiery conclusion to "Strange Bedfellows?" Cover price $2.95.

  • Vol. 14 #8
    Animation Magazine (1985) Vol. 14 #8

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    Vol. 14 # 8; issue # 93. New fall TV season, Static Shock, Escaflowne, news and reviews, and more. 8-3/8 in. x 10-7/8 in.; part black and white, part color; 68 pages. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #808
    Animerica (1992) 808
    Published Sep 2000 by Viz.

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    Anime & Manga Monthly - news, reviews, video games, music, model kits, toys. This issue: The Vision of Escaflowne - Info on the Upcoming Movie; Outlaw Star - Space Cowboys; Those Who Hunt Elves - The Naked Truth; Blue Submarine No. 6 - Where No Computer Graphics Have Gone Before; Manga Feature - Galaxy Express 999 by Leiji Matsumoto. Magazine, 96 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #1CHROME
    Aphrodite IX (2000) 1CHROME
    Published Sep 2000 by Top Cow.

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    Dynamic Forces Exclusive Chrome Edition limited to 3,000, with Certificate of Authenticityt. Mark Silvestri cover.

  • Issue #5
    Aqua Knight Part 1 (2000) 5

    by Yukito Kishiro Alcontra steals the magnetic stone that powers the lighthouse, destroying the structure and bringing about Arrabarus' downfall. Arriving at the battlefield too late to do anything, Ruliya can do nothing but attend to Arrabarus' dying words, and watch as he literally, physically begins his journey into the great beyond! b&w, 40pg (5 of 6) Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #71
    Aquaman (1994 3rd Series) 71

    Written by Dan Jurgens; art by Steve Epting and Norm Rapmund; cover by Michael Wm. Kaluta. In stores July 19. The Warlord guest-stars! Aquaman journeys to the prehistoric kingdom at the center of the earth to encounter that world's own warrior-king. The two regal powerhouses don't exactly hit it off, but they soon must set aside their differences to contend with an even greater threat...one that might destroy the hidden world of Skartaris, and soon could expand to consume the entire globe! FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #499
    Archie (1943) 499

    Cover by Stan Goldberg & Bob Smith. Stories by George Gladir, Kathleen Webb and Mike Pellowski. Pencils by Dan DeCarlo and Stan Goldberg. In "The Unknown Equation," Archie ponders one of the greatest mysteries ever to baffle mankind: women! Plus: Jughead tries to help Archie maintain his weight for wrestling, even though he continues to stuff his face in front of Archie in "A Weighty Matter"; Reggie razzes Archie for getting a summer job at the snack stand, until he realizes how many young, female customers Archie has in "Summer Jobs, and Some Are Not"; and when Archie borrows Jughead's power mower, he ends up manicuring the neighborhood as he drives it home in "Short Cut"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #118
    Archie's Double Digest (1982) 118

    by Various Double your pages, double your Archie, and double your fun in this double digest full of new stories and classic tales by Stan Goldberg, Henry Scarpelli, Dan DeCarlo, and more! Digest, FC Cover price $3.19.

  • Issue #51
    Archie's Pals 'n' Gals Double Digest (1995) 51

    by Various The spotlight is on the wonderful cast of Archie supporting characters, in this double digest featuring new stories and classic tales! Digest, FC Cover price $3.19.

  • Issue #8
    Archie's Weird Mysteries (2000) 8

    By Paul Castiglia and Fernando Ruiz. Based on the all-new animated series from DIC airing on the PAX network! "Sea Food, Be Food!": You are what you eat - but what if what you eat wants to eat you?! It's claws for alarm' when Archie and the gang face off against giant lobsters! And what's Mr. Lodge doing in that fish costume, anyway?! "The Many Origins of Dr. Beaumont": Because the fans demanded it, Riverdale's foremost authority on the paranormal enthralls the gang with intriguing tales of his beguiling beginnings! FC, 32pgs. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Art of Star Wars Episodes I The Phantom Menace SC (2000 Del Rey) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Edited by Jonathan Bresman. This is an excerpt of Art of Star Wars SC (1999-2005 Del Rey Books) Episodes I-III Vol. 1 that was produced exclusively for the Widescreen video collector edition. Features concept sketches and pictures from the film. Softcover, 9-in. x 12-in., 216 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $22.95.

  • Issue #3
    Artesia Afield (2000) 3

    Cover art by Mark Smylie. Becomes A Raven, script and art by Mark Smylie; Artesia interrogates the ghost of the woman who tried to assassinate her; Artesia hires a company of Palatian mercenaries brought to her by King Caslav; Artesia breaks the Isliklid oath on her wounded Düméghal prisoners. Profile on the origin and history of Palatia. 28 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Artists on Comic Art SC (2000) 1-1ST

    1st printing. By Mark Salisbury. Some of today's most respected comic book artists discuss the secrets of translating comics script into graphic storytelling. Includes in-depth interviews with comic legends such as Brian Bolland, John Byrne, Steve Dillon, Dave Gibbons, Jim Lee, Frank Miller, Alex Ross, and others. Technique, style, layouts, approach, penciling, inking... no facet of the artist's craft is left unexplored. Softcover, 6-in. x 9-in., 256 pages, B&W. Cover price $16.95.

  • Issue #3
    Astounding Space Thrills The Comic Book (2000 Image) 3

    Story and art by Steve Conley, Marty Baumann. Flip Covers by Dave Dorman and Jack Davis! "Gordo: Earthling Prime." In the 1950s, NASA sent a squirrel monkey named Gordo beyond Earth's atmosphere never to be seen again! Now, 80 years later, in 2030 mankind finds itself the target of a nefarious simian scheme that may cost us the Earth itself. Can Argosy Smith stop Gordo before we all have to find a new planet to live on? BONUS FEATURE: THE HOLE IN HEAVEN. Is it always darkest before the dawn? What if dawn never arrives? The Crater Kid's faith in himself is sorely tested as darkness enshrouds the planet and all the inhabitants of Meta 4 look to him to save them. FC, 32pg Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Astro City The Tarnished Angel HC (2000) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Collects Astro City (1996-2000 2nd Series) #14-20. Written by Kurt Busiek. Art by Brent Anderson and Will Blyberg. After serving his time, super-villain Steeljack finds himself back on the streets. But for a man who has learned to live and thrive in a world behind bars, freedom can be the greatest prison. Intent to make good with his second chance, Steeljack is unsuccessful finding work until he takes on a dangerous job investigating the murder of several super-villains in his neighborhood. But as he solves the mystery, Steeljack soon finds that he may be the latest victim on the list of deceased criminals. Featuring a painted cover and sketchbook by Alex Ross and an introduction by Frank Miller. Hardcover, 224 pages, full color. Cover price $29.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Astro City The Tarnished Angel TPB (2000 DC/Homage/Wildstorm) 1-1ST

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    Homage Studios - 1st printing. Collects Astro City (1996-2000 2nd Series) #14-20. Written by Kurt Busiek. Art by Brent Anderson and Will Blyberg. After serving his time, super-villain Steeljack finds himself back on the streets. But for a man who has learned to live and thrive in a world behind bars, freedom can be the greatest prison. Intent to make good with his second chance, Steeljack is unsuccessful finding work until he takes on a dangerous job investigating the murder of several super-villains in his neighborhood. But as he solves the mystery, Steeljack soon finds that he may be the latest victim on the list of deceased criminals. Featuring a painted cover and sketchbook by Alex Ross and an introduction by Frank Miller. Softcover, 224 pages, full color. Cover price $19.95.

  • Issue #9
    Atomics (2000) 9
    Published Sep 2000 by AAA Pop.

    By Mike Allred. Say it isn't so! The vivacious It Girl is taken hostage and spirited off into the Innerverse! Of course this means The Atomics must set out after her for a dramatic rescue. But nothing's that simple as the group is split up and forced to struggle with separate predicaments that will shock, amuse, and entertain. Who has committed this heinous act? Will Luna be found and set free from her captors? Does Luna even need help? The Atomic It Girl faces her greatest challenge, and you can be sure she'll turn a few heads in the process. This is the first of four issues culminating in the most epic of epic adventures that could all take place on the tip of your finger! This thrill-packed issue also includes another endlessly entertaining cut-and-assemble paper activity that continues the AAA Pop Comics tradition of encouraging fans to butcher their comic books. Viva scissors! The Atomics juggernaut continues! FC, 24pg Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #17
    Authority (1999 1st Series) 17

    WRITTEN BY MARK MILLAR; ART BY CHRIS WESTON; COVER BY FRANK QUITELY AND TREVOR SCOTT. Part 1 of a 4-part story! New York is hit by a thousand-foot tidal wave. A volcano erupts in the heart of San Francisco. Africa and Australia are under siege as plagues of insects attack millions of defenseless men, women and children. The Authority are left clueless as to who ? or what ? is behind these unexplainable catastrophes. No one has made any demands nor claimed responsibility, but thousands are dying every hour and the casualties are mounting. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1
    Avataars Covenant of the Shield (2000) 1

    cover by oscar jimenez & eduardo alpuente. len kaminski/oscar jimenez/eduardo alpuente. ? THE SCOOP: The Marvel Universe meets Lord of the Rings?and unleashes a new team of costumed adventurers! ? THE STORY: In the far-off realm of Eurth, a deadly experiment is underway?one that could have dire ramifications for our world! There, in this place of fantasy and magic, the legendary Captain Avalon has gathered a band of hauntingly-familiar yet totally new characters to meeet the challenge of the Dreadlord! Standing against his dark power are the roguish archer Blackthorn; the roughneck Greenskin Smashtroll (who can't seem hold his meade); Warmaker, the middle-aged master of battle; the half-man/half-beast Nighthowl; Ironheart, the tragic knight; the flame-golem Scorch; Duke Ctranj, the mage of Avalon?and more! But when Captain Avalon's son is abducted, these defenders of the realm must embark on a perilous quest to seek his return! If you liked AVENGERS (Vol. 3) #1 - #3, then you'll love this! ? THE FORMAT: Each issue of this three-part limited series will be 32 pages, with ads. ? MARVEL MEMO: Dynamic Forces is offering a signed version of this issue. Please see the DF section for full details. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #2A
    Avengelyne Bad Blood (2000) 2A

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    by Lyon, Rio, & Haley Al Rio, Matt Haley, and Karl Moline provide covers for this second stellar issue! Avengelyne has been thrust into the vampire underworld and comes face to face with the vampiric queens Ravyn and Glyph! Her pure blood is the key to unlimited power, and now Ravyn might just have it! This series features Avatar's trademark flair for bringing indy attitude to a top-tier collection of creators combined to deliver a unbeatable product. Rob Liefeld's Avenging Angel has never looked better, with luscious interior art by Rick Lyon. Available in three covers by Al Rio, Matt Haley, and Karl Maline.

  • Issue #2D
    Avengelyne Bad Blood (2000) 2D

    Matt Haley Cover. by Lyon, Rio, & Haley Al Rio, Matt Haley, and Karl Moline provide covers for this second stellar issue! Avengelyne has been thrust into the vampire underworld and comes face to face with the vampiric queens Ravyn and Glyph! Her pure blood is the key to unlimited power, and now Ravyn might just have it! This series features Avatar's trademark flair for bringing indy attitude to a top-tier collection of creators combined to deliver a unbeatable product. Rob Liefeld's Avenging Angel has never looked better, with luscious interior art by Rick Lyon. Available in three covers by Al Rio, Matt Haley, and Karl Maline. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #2E
    Avengelyne Bad Blood (2000) 2E

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    Velvet cover by Rick Lyon. Written by William A. Christensen and Mark Seifert Avengelyne. Art by Rick Lyon. has been thrust into the vampire underworld and comes face to face with the vampiric queens Ravyn and Glyph! Her pure blood is the key to unlimited power, and now Ravyn might just have it! This series features Avatar's trademark flair for bringing indy attitude to a top-tier collection of creators combined to deliver a unbeatable product. Rob Liefeld's Avenging Angel has never looked better, with luscious interior art by Rick Lyon. Available in three covers by Al Rio, Matt Haley, and Karl Maline. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #32
    Avengers (1997 3rd Series) 32

    Cover by George Perez. KURT BUSIEK/George Perez/Al Vey. The Black Widow guest-stars as the secret history of Madame Masque is revealed! Who is Masque? Who is Benedict? They're not who you think! Meanwhile, the Avengers discover who the Grim Reaper is working for?who turns out to be a much-requested foe! Plus: Wonder Man returns as the AVENGERS/THUNDERBOLTS crossover continues to build up steam! Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #1
    Avengers Infinity (2000) 1

    cover by sean chen/scott hanna, roger stern/sean chen/scott hanna ? THE SCOOP: In the tradition of "The Kree/Skrull War" and "Operation Galactic Storm," the acclaimed AVENGERS FOREVER saga explodes into a whole new cosmic adventure! ? THE STORY: We hinted at them during the now classic 12-issue adventure?and now the star-spanning Infinites have arrived! Unknowable and unfathomable, they will confront a team of Avengers that includes Thor, Tigra, Moondragon, Photon and Quasar! But first this specially selected squad of Earth's Mightiest Heroes must deal with the awesomely powerful Servitors! It's the galactic tale that the fans have been clamoring for?and it all sets up something even greater looming on the horizon! ? THE CREATORS: It's an exciting mixture of veteran and new talent as classic scribe (and AVENGERS FOREVER co-writer) Roger Stern unites with IRON MAN penciler Sean Chen! ? THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #2
    Avengers Universe (2000) 2

    Reprints Avengers Vol. 3. #13-15. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #68
    Azrael Agent of the Bat (1995) 68

    WRITTEN BY DENNIS O'NEIL; ART AND COVER BY ROGER ROBINSON AND JAMES PASCOE In stores July 12. Stranded in the desert with his malevolent and blood-thirsty counterpart, Azrael fights to save the life of the mother he never knew! FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #55
    Bacchus (1995 ECC) 55
    Published Sep 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 and The Devil's Footprints. Cider in Asturias; The Topshelf Boys; The Accountant; In Wallyhood; Fast Fiction; The Crow; Hale; The Wrong Side of the Curtain; plus a Montague Hale one-pager. 36 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2000
    Baltimore Comic-Con Official Souvenir Program 2000

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    Souvenir program for the 1st ever Baltimore Comic-Con. Captain America cover by George Perez.

  • Issue #1
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 1

    by Matt Groening & Bill Morrison. Bart Simpson, America's favorite underachiever, lays claim to his own comic book! In the tradition of Little Archie, Peanuts, and Little Lulu, Bart Simpson Comics is for and about kids. In an homage to the comics he enjoyed as a kid, Matt Groening presents stories about Bart and the children of Springfield, with the adults taking a backseat as comic foils! Each issue of this new quarterly series feature several short stories that can be enjoyed by a younger reading audience, but there will be plenty of laughs for all ages. It's good, old-fashioned fun with the same satiric edge that has made The Simpsons the most successful animated program in television history! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6
    Batgirl (2000 1st Series) 6
    Published Sep 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY KELLEY PUCKETT AND SCOTT PETERSON; ART AND COVER BY DAMION SCOTT AND ROBERT CAMPANELLA In stores July 5. Batgirl gains an expanded capacity for speech, but what she chooses to say with it may cost her...dearly. Meanwhile, Batman learns a truth about Batgirl he cannot ignore, forcing him to take away something that's very precious to the young heroine. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #581
    Batman (1940) 581
    Tags: Batman
    Published Sep 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY LARRY HAMA AND SCOTT MCDANIEL; ART BY MCDANIEL AND KARL STORY; COVER BY MCDANIEL. Orca faces Batman in the watery depths in the conclusion of a thrilling 3-part story! The battle between Batman, and Orca explodes in the shattering finale. Will Batman be able to save Camille Bayden-Smythe from Orca? And how can he choose to side with the slumlord extraordinaire against Orca's brand of vigilante justice? FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #11
    Batman Beyond (1999 2nd Series) 11

    Cover art by Ronnie Delcarmen. The Perfect You, script by Hilary J. Bader, pencils by Craig Rosseau, inks by Rob Leigh; The new Batman versues an artificial intelligence. Based on the cartoon. 36 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #22
    Batman Chronicles (1995) 22
    Published Sep 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY CHRISTOPHER GOLDEN, TOM SNIEGOSKI, DARREN VINCENZO, AND CHUCK DIXON; ART BY JORDAN RASKIN, RODOLFO DIMAGGIO, GORDON PURCELL, AND DANNY MIKI; COVER BY RASKIN. The deadly Lady Shiva takes center stage in a story (written by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski with art by Jordan Raskin) that finds the assassin in Paris, attempting to settle the score with a hired killer who crossed her path years before. Plus, a mission for Ra's Al Ghul goes dangerously wrong for his daughter, Talia (written by Darren Vincenzo with art by Rodolfo Dimaggio); and the Spoiler (from the pages of ROBIN) must face a bad seed in her family. FC, 48 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #10
    Batman Dark Victory (1999) 10
    Published Sep 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY JEPH LOEB; ART AND COVER BY TIM SALE. Batman's hunt for Two-Face takes a chilling turn as the spectacular maxiseries nears its conclusion! In a city divided by Freaks and Gangsters can there be justice for anyone? As Batman searches for Harvey Dent, Mr. Freeze unexpectedly enters the picture. Plus, while the Hang Man's noose tightens around Gotham City, Dick Grayson makes a startling discovery! FC, 32 PG. (10 OF 13) Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1
    Batman Ego (2000) 1
    Published Sep 2000 by DC.

    WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY DARWYN COOKE; COVER BY COOKE. A stylish Prestige one-shot set early in Batman's career explores the psychological pressures that drive the Dark Knight. Prestige Format. FC, 64 PG. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #28
    Batman Gotham Adventures (1998) 28

    WRITTEN BY SCOTT PETERSON; ART BY TIM LEVINS AND TERRY BEATTY; COVER BY RICK BURCHETT AND BEATTY. A popular musician is kidnapped by the Riddler, who proceeds to leave baffling riddles for Batman, Robin and Nightwing. But the joke's on E. Nigma when the musician begins leaving his own clues for our heroes in an attempt to outwit the Riddler! Will the Riddler become aware of these double-crosses and end the musician's career once and for all, or will the Bat-family get hip and make all the right moves to save the chart-topper? FC, 32 PG. Cover price $1.99.