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Comic books January 2002

  • Issue #30
    100 Bullets (1999 DC Vertigo) 30

    WRITTEN BY BRIAN AZZARELLO; ART BY EDUARDO RISSO; PAINTED COVER BY DAVE JOHNSON In stores November 7. "Contrabandolero," Part 3 of 3. As Wylie Times comes closer to crossing the Mexican border with his mysterious cargo, he finds himself closer to the edge than he'd care to be. Mixed up with some very dangerous people, Wylie finds himself outclassed, outwitted, and out of time. His only hope: a certain femme fatale. Too bad she's more dangerous than any scam he could dream up. MATURE READERS FC, 32 PG.$2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1273
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1273

    January 9, 2002. All color except for Bad Company. Features include Judge Dredd in "Safe Hands" (script by Gordon Rennie, art by Jock), Shakara part 2 (script by Robbie Morrison, art by Henry Flint), Storming Heaven part 2, "The Doors of Perception" (script by Gordon Rennie, art by Frazer Irving), Bad Company part 2 (script by Pete Milligan, pencils by Brett Ewins, inks by Jim McCarthy), and Nikolai Dante in "The Return of the Gentleman Thief" part 2 (script by Robbie Morrison, art by Simon Fraser). Greg Staples cover.

  • Issue #1274
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1274

    January 16, 2002. All color except for Bad Company. Features include Judge Dredd in "Terrorist" (script by Alan Grant, art by Ian Gibson), Shakara part 3 (script by Robbie Morrison, art by Henry Flint), Storming Heaven part 3, "Lizard King Rising" (script by Gordon Rennie, art by Frazer Irving), Bad Company part 3 (script by Pete Milligan, pencils by Brett Ewins, inks by Jim McCarthy), and Nikolai Dante in "The Return of the Gentleman Thief" part 3 (script by Robbie Morrison, art by Simon Frazer). Cover by Jock and Chris Blythe.

  • Issue #1275
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1275

    January 23, 2002. All color except for Bad Company. Features include Judge Dredd in "Born Under a Bad Sign" (script by Robbie Morrison, art by Peter Doherty), Storming Heaven part 4, "War in Heaven" (script by Gordon Rennie, art by Frazer Irving), Shakara part 4 (script by Morrison, art by Henry Flint), Future Shocks: "Stalemate" (script by Chris Blythe, art by Cam Kennedy), and Bad Company part 4 (script by Pete Milligan, pencils by Brett Ewins, inks by Jim McCarthy). Cover by Cliff Robinson and Chris Blythe.

  • Issue #1276
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1276

    January 30, 2002. All color except for Bad Company. Features include Judge Dredd in "A Walk in the Park" (script by Gordon Rennie, art by Paul Marshall), Shakara part 5 (script by Robbie Morrison, art by Henry Flint), Storming Heaven part 5, "Heaven Falls" (script by Gordon Rennie, art by Frazer Irving), Future Shocks: "Skeleton Key" (script by Richard McTighe, art by P.J. Holden), and Bad Company part 5 (script by Pete Milligan, pencils by Brett Ewins, inks by Jim McCarthy). Frazer Irving cover.

  • Issue #2002
    2000 AD Year End Prog 2002

    December 19, 2001/January 8, 2002. 100 pages. All color except for Bad Company. Features include Judge Dredd in "Slick on the Job" (script by John Wagner, art by Greg Staples), Memento (script and art by Bryan Talbot), Sinister Dexter in "Slay Bells in the Snow" (script by Dan Abnett, art by Anthony Williams), Storming Heaven part 1, "Brave New World" (script by Gordon Rennie, art by Frazer Irving), Bad Company part 1 (script by Pete Milligan, pencils by Brett Ewins, inks by Jim McCarthy), Nikolai Dante in :"The Return of the Gentleman Thief" part 1 (script by Robbie Morrison, art by Simon Fraser), Judge Dredd in "The Student Prince" (script by Gordon Rennie, art by Cam Kennedy), and Shakara part 1 (script by Morrison, art by Henry Flint). V.C.s pin-up by Cam Kennedy and Chris Blythe, Ro-Busters pin-up by Trevor Hairsine. Kev Walker cover.

  • Issue #3
    7th Sea Absolution (2001) 3

    Written by Rob Vaux and Jim Pinto. Art by Reynaldo Batista. In chapter three, the Black Freighter hits another coastal town where Cat Caw Fournier learns of a way to return to life. Convincing the Freighter's captain where they should attack next, Cat Claw prepares to fulfill his plan to escape the Freighter. Arriving after the coastal attack, Sylvia and Luis search through the carnage and discover clues to Cat Claw's scheme. Headed for the town of Trechaut, they hope to arrive in time to stop the dreaded Black Freighter's next attack! Also available polybagged is a free 7th Sea promotional card from the Alderac Entertainment CCG. 24 pages, full color. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
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    1st printing. The terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington DC on September 11th touched people worldwide, and cartoonists have turned to art to express their grief. 9-11: Emergency Relief is a comic book project to benefit the American Red Cross featuring some of the comic world's leading talents. From legendary creators such as Will Eisner to hot new talents such as cover artist Frank Cho, artists from all areas of the cartooning world have joined together in this community effort. Hardcover, 128 pages, B&W.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    9-11 TPB (2002 DC) 1-1ST
    Published Jan 2002 by DC.

    Volume 1 - 1st printing. The world's finest comic book writers and artists tell stories to remember. Chaos! Comics, Dark Horse Comics, Image Comics - with assistance from Oni Press, Top Shelf Productions, and others present a collection of stories and illustrations from an incredibly diverse array of talented writers and artists. The New Yorker's Eric Drooker contributes a cover showing a cityscape that is simultaneously ancient and modern, mournful and hopeful, with an artist at the center, empowered to interpret a tragic landscape. Among Volume 1's contributors are writer/artist William Stout, who shares the true story of a Yugoslavian citizen's love of Americans; Stan Sakai, vividly recalling his last visit to New York City; and Paul Chadwick, who offers his interpretation of the heroism of the passengers on Flight 93, whose sacrifice kept September 11 from being an even more tragic day. Cartoonists Tony Millionaire, Sam Henderson, Mike Diana, Scott Morse, Mark Crilley, Roger Langridge, Chris Eliopoulos, and Mark Martin are among those offering differing takes on a range of subjects spanning from terrorism and heroism to survival and the challenges of parenting. Softcover, 128 pages, full color. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #1-REP
    9-11 TPB (2002 DC) 1-REP
    Published Jan 2002 by DC.

    Volume 1 - 2nd and later printings. The world's finest comic book writers and artists tell stories to remember. Chaos! Comics, Dark Horse Comics, Image Comics - with assistance from Oni Press, Top Shelf Productions, and others present a collection of stories and illustrations from an incredibly diverse array of talented writers and artists. The New Yorker's Eric Drooker contributes a cover showing a cityscape that is simultaneously ancient and modern, mournful and hopeful, with an artist at the center, empowered to interpret a tragic landscape. Among Volume 1's contributors are writer/artist William Stout, who shares the true story of a Yugoslavian citizen's love of Americans; Stan Sakai, vividly recalling his last visit to New York City; and Paul Chadwick, who offers his interpretation of the heroism of the passengers on Flight 93, whose sacrifice kept September 11 from being an even more tragic day. Cartoonists Tony Millionaire, Sam Henderson, Mike Diana, Scott Morse, Mark Crilley, Roger Langridge, Chris Eliopoulos, and Mark Martin are among those offering differing takes on a range of subjects spanning from terrorism and heroism to survival and the challenges of parenting. Softcover, 128 pages, full color. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #2-1ST
    9-11 TPB (2002 DC) 2-1ST
    Published Jan 2002 by DC.

    Volume 2 - 1st printing. The world's finest comic book writers & artists tell stories to remember. Superman, Raven, Static Shock, Astro City, Hellblazer. Introduction by Paul Levitz. Written by Steven T. Seagle, Will Eisner, Joe Kelly, James Denning, Dwayne McDuffie, Jo Duffy, Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning, Paul Levitz, Tom Mandrake, Kurt Busiek, Gary Fields, Pat McGreal, Josh Krach, Darwyn Cooke, Jeph Loeb, Hilary Bader, Rick Veitch, Mike Carey, Beau Smith, Ashley-Jayne Nicolaus, Mo Willems, Don McGregor, Ed Brubaker, Keith Giffen, Brian K. Vaughan, Jennifer Moore, Eddie Berganza, Ben Raab, Brian Azzarello, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Marv Wolfman, Peter Gross, Dan Jurgens, J.M. DeMatteis, Alex Simmons, Chris Sequeira, Stan Lee, Neil Gaiman, Jamie Delano, David S. Goyer, Geoff Johns, Michael Moorcock, Andy Helfer, Denny O'Neil, Sam Glanzman and Joe Kubert. Art by Glenn Fabry, Kieron Dwyer, Duncan Rouleau, Aaron Sowd, Will Eisner, Scott Kolins, Dan Panosian, Danijel Zezelj, Guy Davis, Denys Cowan, Prentis Rollins, Richard Corben, Todd Nauck, Jaime Mendoza, Dave Gibbons, David Lloyd, Joe Staton, Bob Smith, Klaus Janson, Tom Mandrake, Brian Stelfreeze, Greg Hildebrandt, Tim Hildebrandt, Alex Horley, Brent Anderson, Gary Fields, Stephen John Phillips, Steven Parke, Scott McDaniel, James Pascoe, Steve Scott, Eman Torre, Darwyn Cooke, Tim Sale (from Chuck Kim's idea), Carlos Pacheco, Jesus Merino, Sergio Cariello, Sergio Aragones, Marcelo Frusin, Cliff Wu Chiang, Val Semeiks, Romeo Tanghal, Enrique Breccia, John Bolton, Rick Burchett, Mo Willems, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Michael Lark, William Wray, Phil Jimenez, John Van Fleet, John Lucas, Yanick Paquette, Jim Royal, Pete Woods, Keith Champagne, Jill Thompson, Kyle Baker, Roger Robinson, Dennis Janke, Eduardo Risso, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Barry Kitson, Rich Faber, Paul Pope, Darick Robertson, Christopher Moeller, Ariel Olivetti, Alan Davis, Robin Riggs, Mike Collins, Mark Farmer, Michael Zulli, Jim Lee, Angelo Torres, Tom Grummett, Tom Palmer, Steve Leialoha, Phil Noto, Dave McKean, Neal Adams, Marie Severin, Chris Bachalo, Goran Sudzuka, Humberto Ramos, Sandra Hope, Walter Simonson, Bob Wiacek, John Cebellero, Phil Hester, Andy Parks, Sam Glanzman, Lee Bermejo, Joe Kubert, Colleen Doran, Paul Gulacy, Dave Johnson, Michael Wm. Kaluta and Bill Sienkiewicz. Painted cover by Alex Ross. Softcover, 224 pages, full color. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #2-REP
    9-11 TPB (2002 DC) 2-REP
    Published Jan 2002 by DC.

    Volume 2 - 2nd and later printings. The world's finest comic book writers & artists tell stories to remember. Superman, Raven, Static Shock, Astro City, Hellblazer. Introduction by Paul Levitz. Written by Steven T. Seagle, Will Eisner, Joe Kelly, James Denning, Dwayne McDuffie, Jo Duffy, Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning, Paul Levitz, Tom Mandrake, Kurt Busiek, Gary Fields, Pat McGreal, Josh Krach, Darwyn Cooke, Jeph Loeb, Hilary Bader, Rick Veitch, Mike Carey, Beau Smith, Ashley-Jayne Nicolaus, Mo Willems, Don McGregor, Ed Brubaker, Keith Giffen, Brian K. Vaughan, Jennifer Moore, Eddie Berganza, Ben Raab, Brian Azzarello, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Marv Wolfman, Peter Gross, Dan Jurgens, J.M. DeMatteis, Alex Simmons, Chris Sequeira, Stan Lee, Neil Gaiman, Jamie Delano, David S. Goyer, Geoff Johns, Michael Moorcock, Andy Helfer, Denny O'Neil, Sam Glanzman and Joe Kubert. Art by Glenn Fabry, Kieron Dwyer, Duncan Rouleau, Aaron Sowd, Will Eisner, Scott Kolins, Dan Panosian, Danijel Zezelj, Guy Davis, Denys Cowan, Prentis Rollins, Richard Corben, Todd Nauck, Jaime Mendoza, Dave Gibbons, David Lloyd, Joe Staton, Bob Smith, Klaus Janson, Tom Mandrake, Brian Stelfreeze, Greg Hildebrandt, Tim Hildebrandt, Alex Horley, Brent Anderson, Gary Fields, Stephen John Phillips, Steven Parke, Scott McDaniel, James Pascoe, Steve Scott, Eman Torre, Darwyn Cooke, Tim Sale (from Chuck Kim's idea), Carlos Pacheco, Jesus Merino, Sergio Cariello, Sergio Aragones, Marcelo Frusin, Cliff Wu Chiang, Val Semeiks, Romeo Tanghal, Enrique Breccia, John Bolton, Rick Burchett, Mo Willems, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Michael Lark, William Wray, Phil Jimenez, John Van Fleet, John Lucas, Yanick Paquette, Jim Royal, Pete Woods, Keith Champagne, Jill Thompson, Kyle Baker, Roger Robinson, Dennis Janke, Eduardo Risso, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Barry Kitson, Rich Faber, Paul Pope, Darick Robertson, Christopher Moeller, Ariel Olivetti, Alan Davis, Robin Riggs, Mike Collins, Mark Farmer, Michael Zulli, Jim Lee, Angelo Torres, Tom Grummett, Tom Palmer, Steve Leialoha, Phil Noto, Dave McKean, Neal Adams, Marie Severin, Chris Bachalo, Goran Sudzuka, Humberto Ramos, Sandra Hope, Walter Simonson, Bob Wiacek, John Cebellero, Phil Hester, Andy Parks, Sam Glanzman, Lee Bermejo, Joe Kubert, Colleen Doran, Paul Gulacy, Dave Johnson, Michael Wm. Kaluta and Bill Sienkiewicz. Painted cover by Alex Ross. Softcover, 224 pages, full color. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    ABC Warriors TPB (2002 Titan) 1-1ST

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    Volume 1 - 1st printing. "The Meknicent Seven!" Written by Pat Mills. Art by Kevin O'Neill, Mike McMahon, and Dave Gibbons. Cover by Mike McMahon. In the future, war will no longer be waged by men of flesh-and-blood. Instead, robots march forth into battle, to finish a job left half-done. It's not their war, not their cause, and yet they fight and die for the cause, heroes one and all. Hammerstein: the leader. Joe Pineapples: the ultimate assassin. Blackblood: the traitor. Mongrol: the killer machine. Deadlock: the crazed priest of Khaos. Mek-Quake: the coward. Ro-Jaws: the garbage eater. They are the "Mek-Nificent Seven," they are the A.B.C Warriors - Atomic, Bacterial, and Chemical war robots, programmed for destruction - and this is their story. Softcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 144 pages, B&W. Cover price $17.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    ACG Wild West Collection TPB (2002 Charlton Media Group) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. This anthology features the larger than life Old West adventures of the Cheyenne Kid, Pecos Justice, Billy the Kid, Tom Mix, Wyatt Earp, Annie Oakley, Wild Bill Hickok, Lash LaRue, Golden Arrow, Rocky Lane, and John Wayne! Softcover, 6 1/2-in. x 9 1/2-in., 160 pages, B&W.

  • Issue #785
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 785

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    WRITTEN BY JOE KELLY; ART BY DUNCAN ROULEAU AND MARLO ALQUIZA; COVER BY ED MCGUINNESS AND CAM SMITH Goodbye! Ha-ho! Bizarro am back! General Zod's new country is established as a world power, and Superman must free Bizarro from the villain's clutches. But Bizarro no wanna go! Him love Zod! Hello! FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #3
    Adventures in the Rifle Brigade Operation Bollock (2001) 3

    WRITTEN BY GARTH ENNIS; ART BY CARLOS EZQUERRA; COVER BY GLENN FABRY. The quest for Hitler's missing "family jewel" concludes as the battlin' boys from Blighty, their Nazi nemesis, and the American adventurer known as Maryland Smith all fight it out for the hairy little prize! But what's Darcy to do when the power of the Bollock claims one of his own men? MATURE READERS, FC, 32 PG. (3 OF 3) Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #598
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 598

    WRITTEN BY JOE CASEY; ART AND COVER BY MIKE WIERINGO AND JOSÉ MARZAN, JR. Legions of angry workers strike back at Perry White for his exposé in the Daily Planet, leading to the creation of a greater threat who will surely have an axe to grind with Superman! FC, 32 PG.

    NOTE: This issue is mislabeled as #6 in Superman's reading order for this year, but it is actually #2. Confirmed by date of publication. - Odinson, mycomicshop.com Archivist Cover price $2.25.

  • Vol. 47 #1
    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (1956 Davis-Dell) Vol. 47 #1

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  • Issue #3
    Alias (2001 Marvel) 3

    Written by Brian Michael Bendis. Art by Michael Gaydos. Cover by David Mack. The cops want Jessica for murder? but she didn't do it. The trick is proving it? and that'll take the help of an attorney who's well known to Marvel readers! Let's just say that this lawyer has no fear!? Contains explicit content. Recommended for Mature Readers. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1
    Alison Dare and the Heart of the Maiden (2002) 1

    Written by J. Torres. Art and Cover by J. Bone. More adventure! More excitement! More double-dog dares! Alison Dare is back, along with pals Wendy and Dot, and this time adventure is literally right in her backyard! There's something a bit off about the nuns who run Alison's school. Sure, they seem normal most of the time, but what's up with those late night trips to the garden? The girls are determined to find out what they're hiding. Just what secrets lay buried deep beneath St. Joan's Academy? Find out when J. Torres, fan-favorite writer of Sidekicks and Copybook Tales, reunites with Jingle Belle: The Mighty Elves artist J. Bone for this new two-issue adventure inside The Heart of the Maiden! 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #12
    Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) 12

    Alter Ego #12 presents quality control: The Golden Age of Blackhawk, Plastic Man, The Spirit, and Torchy! Plus, DC, Fawcett, and more! Featuring never-before-published color cover re-creations by Bill Ward and Paul Reinman! A humongous interview with Gill Fox, 1940s artist/editor of Quality Comics! Rare Quality Comics art by Reed Crandall, Lou Fine, Jack Cole, Will Eisner, Paul Gustavson, Alex Kotsky, Bill Ward, and more! Also, unseen 1940s DC art by Paul Reinman, Carmine Infantino, Joe Kubert, and others! A look at Gladiator, Philip Wylie's 1930 novel that may have spawned Superman! And, at last, The All-Star Squadron saga continues, with Wein, Buckler, Giodano, Ordway, and Thomas! Plus, Michael Gilbert revisits the wondrous world of Wally Wood! FCA presents Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck, et al! And that infamous 1965 Newsweek article on comics, printed in full, and examined by Bill Schelly, with previously un-transcribed tapes from the Newsweek interviews! All this and more! (TwoMorrow's Publishing) Magazine, 100pg, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #37
    Amazing Spider-Man (1998 2nd Series) 37

    Destined to be a KEY issue in the life of Spider-Man! We could tell you more, but don't want to spoil a great story for you! cover by kaare andrews j. michael straczynski (w)/john romita jr. (p)/scott hanna (i) It was bound to happen. And it has. Now Peter Parker's life will never be the same! "This issue was an example of what super hero comics should be. It has great action, suspense, dialogue, characters... everything! This is Spider-Man at his best." - GrayHavenMagazine.com 7-59606-04716-1-03711 (MarvelPG)2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #1-PLA
    Amazing Spider-Man TPB (2001-2005 Marvel) By J. Michael Straczynski 1-PLA

    Platinum Edition - Volume 1 - 1st printing. "Coming Home!" Collects Amazing Spider-Man (1998-2013 2nd Series) #30-35.

    Written by J. Michael Straczynski. Art by John Romita, Jr. Cover by J. Scott Campbell.

    Collecting the first story arc written by the acclaimed creator of Babylon 5, J. Michael Straczynski! Includes J. Scott Campbell sketchbook (6 pages).

    Softcover, 128 pages, full color. Cover price $13.95.

  • Issue #1
    America's Best Comics Sketchbook (2002) 1

    ART AND COMMENTARY BY ARTHUR ADAMS, HILARY BARTA, GENE HA, KEVIN NOWLAN, ALEX ROSS, CHRIS SPROUSE, RICK VEITCH, AND J.H. WILLIAMS III; COVER BY VARIOUS In stores December 12. From the pencils of America's Best Artists comes the origin of AMERICA'S BEST COMICS! This fantastic book features a myriad of sketches, illustrations and concept drawings, showing how the characters from PROMETHEA, TOP TEN, TOM STRONG and TOMORROW STORIES sprung to life! For any fan of the comics form, this book promises to be the visual treat of the holiday season! For more information, see the feature article. Prestige Format. FC, 48 PG. $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #9
    American Century (2001) 9

    Route 66 - Written by Howard Chaykin and David Tischman. Art by Warren Pleece. Cover by John Van Fleet. A stand-alone issue and a perfect entry point for new readers! On his way out of Los Angeles, Harry Kraft is an easy rider down the famous two-lane blacktop. But when he makes a pit stop at a roadside cafe, he finds a hot blonde who'll do anything to escape her dead-end marriage to a boorish mechanic. Harry loves her cherry pie, but is it enough to make him commit murder? 32 pages, full color. Mature Readers. "...an escape into a secret, cynical world where morality drains out like blood into a gutter." -Time.com Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    An Insupportable Light SC (2002 Novel) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. By Donna Barr. The original STINZ novel. It's about how wars start - because nobody wants them, nobody can see them coming, and nobody can stop them. A portrait of human folly, always relevant to current affairs. Softcover, 6-in. x 8-in., 334 pages, Text (with B&W Chapter Illustrations). Cover price $21.95.

  • Vol. 122 #1
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960-Present Dell) Vol. 122 #1

    January 2002. Cover by Vincent DiFate. Stories: "Hominids"(Part 1) by Robert J. Sawyer, "Perceptual Set" by James Van Pelt, "A Deeper Rest" by Melissa Lee Shaw, "Choosing Life" by Brenda Cooper and Larry Niven, and "Birch Glow" by Rosemary Claire Smith. Science Fact article: "Beyond the Periodic Table: Artificial Atoms and Programmable Matter" by Wil McCarthy. Probability Zero article: "Alternate Marketing" by Alan L. Lickiss. Softcover, 5.25-in. x 8.25-in.; 144 newsprint pages, B&W. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #4
    Angel and the Ape (2001 Vertigo) 4

    WRITTEN BY HOWARD CHAYKIN AND DAVID TISCHMAN; ART BY PHILIP BOND; COVER BY ARTHUR ADAMS In stores November 28. The hilarious conclusion to the eccentric miniseries. Who did it? Who killed Bambi? From Bahbi Ganooszh to Dwight Kaywight, Angel and Sam have assembled all the suspects for a drawing room denouement that is certain to be shocking ? after all, it's the last issue! MATURE READERS FC, 32 PG. (4 OF 4) $2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #ITEM#1
    Angels Beside Me: Rebecca Figurine (2002 Nutshell Designs) ITEM#1 Angels Beside Me: Rebecca Figurine (2002 Nutshell Designs) ITEM#1

    Rebecca: Guardian of Yuletide Joy - "Let the spirit of the season fill your heart till it overflows with an irresistible tide of joy." Includes 1 figurine (Stands 6-in. Tall).

  • Issue #1001
    Animerica (1992) 1001
    Published Jan 2002 by Viz.

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    Anime & Manga Monthly - anime, games, model kits, toys. This issue: Heavenly Love Affair in Ah! My Goddess - From Manga to Movie; Boogiepop Phantom - High School Horror; Saint Tail - Stealing Beauty; Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko - Space Girl Power. Plus: Animerica Fan Awards! 96 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Ante Genesem HC (2002 Humanoids) 1-1ST

    Volume 1 - 1st printing. "The Prophet!" By Xavier Dorison and Mathieu Lauffray. Ante Genesem, Latin for "Before Genesis," sets yet another new standard in graphic storytelling. Jack Stanton is the sole survivor of an expedition gone horribly wrong. Against all odds, he has returned with proof of a monolith, 1,500 feet tall, built 20,000 feet above sea level. Inside this monolith is proof that an advanced civilization walked the Earth before man; a civilization of immense power, and incredible evil. As he prepares to promote his new book about the monolith, Jack is haunted by visions and attacked by religious zealots warning of the danger of his findings. Before Jack has time to assess his situation, a supertanker runs aground in New York. This catastrophe somehow causes Jack to be stranded in another dimension. Could this dimension actually be Hell? And if Jack is in Hell, what forces are now free on Earth? Hardcover, 9 1/2-in. x 12-in., 48 pages, full color. Cover price $15.95.

  • Issue #4
    Aquaman Chronicles (2001) 4

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    The Aquaman Chronicles is a fanzine produced by John Schwirian. Issue #4 includes: cover art by Patrick Waugh; The Chronicles and John Schwirian mentioned in TV Guide; Eulogy for Aquaman by Chuck Dill; The Many Deaths of Aquaman; Bring on the Aquafoes: Demongate; Who's Who in the Aquafamily: Aquababy, Arthur Curry Jr.; Who's Who in the Aquafamily: Tula the Aquagirl; Steve Skeates on his Aquaman writings; Elseworld Aquaman: Bizzaro Comics, World's Funnest, and Sergio Aragones Destroys DC; Golden Age Aquaman: More Fun #76, 77, and 78; Fan-fic by Chris Zeigafuse: "The Final Mission"; Aquaman's popularity in the Justice League; Tegan's Tidbits (Preview Copies, Early Aquaman artists); Collectibles Corner: Audio adventures of Aquaman; Aquaman on TV: Saturday Night Live; and Aquafoe contest results. Jan 2002.

  • Issue #516
    Archie (1943) 516

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith. "It Must Be Magic!", script by Bill Golliher, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Archie's magical tricks are a flop at he school talent show, but it's so funny that he makes a hit for a comic routine. "When Do We Eat?", script by Greg Crosby, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Archie avoids taking Veronica to dinner before the movie, then loads up with popcorn and such so that they won't be hungry afterward. Words to patriotic songs, published in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; featuring editor Victor Gorelick, Archie, Betty, Veronica, Jughead, Reggie, and Chuck. Best of Josie and the Pussycats. "The Other Side of the Fence," script by Kathleen Webb, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Mrs. Andrews daydreams about how much easier it would have been to have had a daughter instead of a son; Mrs. Lodge and Mrs. Cooper set her straight. "Pie in Your Eye," script by Kathleen Webb, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Bob Smith; Archie asks Betty to help him make a vinegar and green tomato pie; After exhaustive research, intensive shopping, and laborious baking, they succeed. Sabrina, the Teenage Witch ad. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #53
    Archie and Friends (1991) 53

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    by Dan Parent & Rex Lindsey "Bad News Boys": The boy band, Donnie & the Dogs take the expression 'Battle of the Bands' literally and sabotage the girls in the middle of a benefit concert tour. Their nasty tricks just won't stop, until Josie and the girls learn a secret that could lead to the band's swan song! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #185
    Archie Comics Digest (1973) 185

    by Various The adventures of America's favorite teen continue with new stories and classic tales! Digest, FC $2.19 Cover price $2.19.

  • Issue #62
    Archie's Pals 'n' Gals Double Digest (1995) 62

    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 $3.29 Cover price $3.29.

  • Issue #1
    Aria A Midwinter's Dream (2002) 1

    (W) Brian Holguin (A) Jay Anacleto. 6-1/2 inches x 7 inches rather than conventional comic book size. Part 1 of 2. Pass through the veil of twilight to visit the fantastic world of ARIA, a world where fairy princesses and creatures of ancient myth walk unnoticed through the streets of our modern world. Featuring four magical, unforgettable tales, woven together into a single, magnificent tapestry, this special stand-alone edition provides glimpses into the secret lives of Lady Kildare, Pug, Ondine and others as you've never seen them before. This collection is an ideal primer for readers new to the series, and a welcome addition for long-time fans. A mix of story and art, prose and pictures, ARIA: A Midwinter's Dream features ALL NEW art by superstar illustrator JAY ANACLETO. Not to be missed. FC, 40pp $4.95 Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #2-1ST
    Aria TPB (2000-2004 Image) 2-1ST

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    Volume 2 - 1st printing. "The Soul Market!" Collects Aria The Soul Market (2001) #1-6. Written by BRIAN HOLGUIN. Art by JAY ANACLETO, DAVID YARDIN and LAN MEDINA. Cover by JAY ANACLETO. Aria is an unforgettable fairy tale for adults that follows the adventures of Kildare, a faerie princess living in Greenwich Village, and her strange circle of immortal friends. Kildare's world is turned upside down when Goodfellow, the mischievous sprite immortalized in Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream, comes to New York. As Kildare tries to figure out just what he's up to, she uncovers an underground soul market, where the immortal spirits of humans are bought, sold and traded-as well as the memory of a long forgotten love. Softcover, 8-in. x 12-in., 144 pages, full color. Cover price $16.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Art Fantastix Portfolio Dorian Cleavenger SC (2002) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. By Dorian Cleavenger. Featuring a dozen magnificent fantasy works, this book showcases some of Cleavenger's finest, most erotic work to date. Hardcover, 10-in x 14-in., 24 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $29.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
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    1st printing. For more than forty years, beginning with his meteoric rise in the 1960s, Peter Max's work has been vastly influential in creating the visual vocabulary of our time. From such painted icons as his "Statue of Liberty" series and his dreamlike landscapes, to his pulsating graphics and world-famous posters that defined the visual aesthetic of the age of rock and roll, this richly illustrated book finally puts Max in perspective as a leading figure on the contemporary art scene. Compiled with the cooperation of the artist himself, this book takes the viewer backstage into the studio and the celebrity-studded life of an artist who is, himself, a celebrity. Hardcover, 10 1/2-in. x 12-in., 240 pages, full color. Cover price $50.00.

  • Issue #1-REP
    Art of Peter Max HC (2002) 1-REP

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    2nd and later printings. For more than forty years, beginning with his meteoric rise in the 1960s, Peter Max's work has been vastly influential in creating the visual vocabulary of our time. From such painted icons as his "Statue of Liberty" series and his dreamlike landscapes, to his pulsating graphics and world-famous posters that defined the visual aesthetic of the age of rock and roll, this richly illustrated book finally puts Max in perspective as a leading figure on the contemporary art scene. Compiled with the cooperation of the artist himself, this book takes the viewer backstage into the studio and the celebrity-studded life of an artist who is, himself, a celebrity. Hardcover, 10 1/2-in. x 12-in., 240 pages, full color. Cover price $50.00.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Art of Walter Girotto SC (2002) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Walter Girotto's works are pure flights of fantasy! Melding a modern sensibility with a Renaissance style of painting, he achieves a remarkable effect that is uniquely his own. Timeless yet torrid, the paintings in this oversized volume will leave you wanting even more, as Girotto's old world charm and 21st Century sensuality creates legions of new admirers. Softcover, 9-in. x 12-in., 104 pages, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $24.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Art of Warcraft SC (2002) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. A comprehensive look at character and location designs for the game that spawned the biggest mass online gaming franchise in history! Softcover, 9 1/2-in. x 12-in., 176 pages, full color. No Cover Price.

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    1st printing. By Eoin Colfer. Since the release of Artemis Fowl in 2001, Eoin Colfer's blockbuster series has sold more than eight million copies in the United States alone. Now, in this second graphic novel installment of the series, fans can follow along as the world's youngest criminal mastermind rushes to save a man who has been kidnapped by the Russian Mafiya: his own father.Eoin Colfer has once again teamed up with acclaimed comic writer Andrew Donkin to adapt the text for this action-packed, brilliantly illustrated adventure in the Artemis Fowl series. Eoin (pronounced "Owen") Colfer is a former elementary-school teacher. He has written a number of best-sellers in Ireland, including Benny and Omar and The Wish List. Artemis Fowl was his first book to be published in the United States. Hardcover, 5 1/2-in. x 8-in., 280 pages, Text Only.

  • Issue #1-REP
    Artemis Fowl: The Artic Incident HC (2002 Hyperion Novel) 1-REP

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    2nd and later printings. By Eoin Colfer. Since the release of Artemis Fowl in 2001, Eoin Colfer's blockbuster series has sold more than eight million copies in the United States alone. Now, in this second graphic novel installment of the series, fans can follow along as the world's youngest criminal mastermind rushes to save a man who has been kidnapped by the Russian Mafiya: his own father.Eoin Colfer has once again teamed up with acclaimed comic writer Andrew Donkin to adapt the text for this action-packed, brilliantly illustrated adventure in the Artemis Fowl series. Eoin (pronounced "Owen") Colfer is a former elementary-school teacher. He has written a number of best-sellers in Ireland, including Benny and Omar and The Wish List. Artemis Fowl was his first book to be published in the United States. Hardcover, 5 1/2-in. x 8-in., 280 pages, Text Only. Cover price $16.95.

  • Issue #27
    Authority (1999 1st Series) 27

    WRITTEN BY MARK MILLAR; ART AND COVER BY ART ADAMS AND TIM TOWNSEND Presenting one of the most eagerly-anticipated stories of the year, the long-awaited Part 2 of "New World Order." Finally ? the shocking truth about what happened to the Authority. The old, original, real Authority, that is. Where are they and what have they been doing? The answer is here...and it ain't for the timid! FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #48
    Avengers (1997 3rd Series) 48

    The Kang War: Part 8 of 15 - Cover by Kieron Dwyer. KURT BUSIEK with Kieron Dwyer & Rick Remender (P & I). LCD's Kieron Dwyer signs on board as new regular penciler as an Avengers strike force has only 24 hours to stage an assault on Kang's floating Damocles Base before the Sentinels are unleashed! Meanwhile, the triple-evil the Triunes have been waiting for arrives in the solar system, as the rest of the team grapples with the Master of the World for the fate of North America! THE BONUS MATERIAL: This is also a 100-Page Monster issue, reprinting the epic ? and never-before-reprinted ? War against Olympia storyline, from AVENGERS vol. 1 #98 - #100 by Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor-Smith! And when we say "epic" you better believe it, because this story stars everyone who had been an Avenger up to that time! Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #3
    Avengers Celestial Quest (2001) 3

    cover by jorge santamaria & scott hanna steve englehart(w)/jorge santamaria(p)/ scott hanna(i) Meet the savior of the Universe: Quoi, son of Mantis, the Celestial Messiah! But might the mad titan named Thanos be right to seek his demise? 7-59606-05131-1-00311 (MarvelPG) 2.99 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Avengers Coloring and Activity Book SC (2002 Marvel) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Art by George Perez. Earth's Mightiest Heroes come together to take down they're foes. This book includes puzzles, mazes and more! Softcover, 8-in. x 11-in., 144 pages, B&W. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #9
    Avengers United (2001-2009 Panini) Marvel Collectors' Edition 9

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    Collects material from Avengers (1997-2004 3rd Series) #19-20 and Avengers (1963-1996 1st Series) 7. Story by Kurt Busiek and Stan Lee. Art by George Perez and Jack Kirby. 34 pages, FC.