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Comic books October 2002

  • Issue #38
    100 Bullets (1999 DC Vertigo) 38

    WRITTEN BY BRIAN AZZARELLO; ART BY EDUARDO RISSO; PAINTED COVER BY DAVE JOHNSON In stores August 28. 2002 Harvey Award-winner for "Best Continuing Series," "Best Writer" and "Best Artist." "Cole Burns Slow Hand." The second in a series of six standalone stories finds Minuteman Cole Burns returning to his old stomping grounds of New York City. Question is, is he there for business or pleasure? For a man like Cole, business usually means someone else is caught in the cross-hairs. This job, though, might not be so easy. At least not if Mr. Shepherd has anything to say about it. Note: This is a resolicitation. All previous orders for MAY02 0260D have been cancelled. MATURE READERS FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    100 Percent (2002) 3

    WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY PAUL POPE; COVER BY POPE. An awkward romance survives a daring culinary adventure as petite, distrusting, gun-toting Kim finds a lot to like about the large and comforting presence of Eloy. On the other side of town, Gastro dancer Daisy and John the busboy enjoy a cool holographic dining experience that leads to hot passion in the shower. Meanwhile, a disgruntled Strel continues to ignore Haitous's desperate attempts to reach her. Haitous prepares for a dangerous boxing match that could rekindle his fading career...or just kill him. MATURE READERS, B&W, 48 Pages. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #1311
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1311

    October 2, 2002. All color except for Terror Tales and Rogue Trooper. Features include Judge Dredd in "Zoom Time" (script by John Wagner, art by Simon Fraser), Terror Tales: "Murdermind" (script by Steve Moore, art by Roger Mason), Sinister Dexter in "Wising Off" (script by Dan Abnett, art by Mike Collins), trhe Scrap part 4, "Fell on Black Days" (script by Simon Spurrier, art by Richard Elson), and Rogue Trooper in "A Visit to the Boneyard" part 2 (script by Gordon Rennie, pencils by Collins, insk by David Roach). Cover by Dylan Teague and Chris Blythe.

  • Issue #1312
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1312

    October 9, 2002. All color except for Rogue Trooper. Features include Judge dredd in "Waiting" (script by Gordon Rennie, art by P.J. Holden), the Scrap part 5 "The Alpha and the Omega" (Script by Simon Spurrier, art by Richard Elson), Sinister Dexter in "Low Life" (script by Dan Abnett, art by Steve Roberts), and Rogue Trooper in "Requiem" (script by Gordon Rennie, art by Simon Coleby). Elson cover.

  • Issue #1313
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1313

    October 16, 2002. All color except for the Red Seas. Features include Judge Dredd in "OUt of the Undercity" part 1 (script by John Wagner, art by Carl Critchlow), Asylum part 1 (script by Rob Williams, art by Boo Cook), the Red Seas in "Under the Banner of King Death" part 1 (script by Ian Edginton, art by Steve Yeowell), and Sinister Dexter in "The Off-Lode Experience" part 1 (script by Dan Abnett, art by Simon Davis). Kev Walker cover.

  • Issue #1314
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1314

    October 23, 2002. All color except for Red Seas and Past Imperfect. Features include Judge Dredd in "Out of the Undercity" part 2 (script by John Wagner, art by Carl Critchlow), the Red Seas in "Under the Banner if King Death" part 2 (script by Ian Edginton, art by Steve Yeowell), Asylum part 2 (script by Rob Williams, art by Boo Cook), Past Imperfect: "Red Man Rising" (script by Simon Spurrier, art by Ian Richardson), and Sinister Dexter in "The Off-Lode Experience" part 2 (script by Dan Abnett, art by Simon Davis). Trevor Hairsine cover.

  • Issue #1315
    2000 AD (1977 IPC/Fleetway) UK 1315

    October 30, 2002. All color except for the Red Seas and Past Imperfect. Features include Judge Dredd in "Out of the Undercity" part 3 (script by John Wagner, art by Carl Critchlow), the Red Seas in "Under the Banner of King Death" part 3 (script by Ian Edginton, art by Steve Yeowell)Asylum part 3 (script by Rob Williams, art by Boo Cook), Past Imperfect: "Nixon Must Die" (script by James Stevens, art by Neil Edwards), and Sinister Dexter in "The Off-Lode Experience" part 3 (script by Dan Abnett, art by Simon Davis). Davis cover.

  • Issue #2A
    3 Little Kittens Purrr-fect Weapons (2002) 2A

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    Story and Art by Jim Balent. Survival looks slim for the 3 Kittens when Latex Red and the Satanic Cheerleaders of Doom steal the latest killing machines from a military parade and set their deadly sights on vaporizing our heroines' nine lives! The secret origins of Latex and the 3 Kittens are also revealed! (Note: Some nudity/lingerie in advertising pages.) 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2ALITHO
    3 Little Kittens Purrr-fect Weapons (2002) 2ALITHO

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    Features a limited black and white signed and numbered litho by creator/writer/artist Jim Balent. Limited to 500 copies. Story and Art by Jim Balent. Survival looks slim for the 3 Kittens when Latex Red and the Satanic Cheerleaders of Doom steal the latest killing machines from a military parade and set their deadly sights on vaporizing our heroines' nine lives! The secret origins of Latex and the 3 Kittens are also revealed! (Note: Some nudity/lingerie in advertising pages.) 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2B
    3 Little Kittens Purrr-fect Weapons (2002) 2B

    Story and Art by Jim Balent. Survival looks slim for the 3 Kittens when Latex Red and the Satanic Cheerleaders of Doom steal the latest killing machines from a military parade and set their deadly sights on vaporizing our heroines' nine lives! The secret origins of Latex and the 3 Kittens are also revealed! (Note: Some nudity/lingerie in advertising pages.) 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2BLITHO
    3 Little Kittens Purrr-fect Weapons (2002) 2BLITHO
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.95) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • Lithograph is signed by Jim Balent and numbered 326/500.

    Features a limited black and white signed and numbered litho by creator/writer/artist Jim Balent. Limited to 500 copies. Story and Art by Jim Balent. Survival looks slim for the 3 Kittens when Latex Red and the Satanic Cheerleaders of Doom steal the latest killing machines from a military parade and set their deadly sights on vaporizing our heroines' nine lives! The secret origins of Latex and the 3 Kittens are also revealed! (Note: Some nudity/lingerie in advertising pages.) 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2SIGNED
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    Signed by Jim Balent with Broadsword Comics certificate of authenticity.

  • Issue #3
    30 Days of Night (2002) 3

    1ST PRINTING. Written by Steve Niles. Art by Ben Templesmith. Cover by Ashley Wood. An incredible story! In a sleepy, secluded town called Barrow, Alaska, the sun sets and doesn't rise for over thirty consecutive days and nights. From the darkness, across the frozen wasteland, an evil comes that will bring the residents of Barrow to their knees. Their only hope; the town Sheriff and Deputy. A husband and wife who are torn between survival... or saving the town they love. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #794
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 794
    Published Oct 2002 by DC.

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    WRITTEN BY CHUCK KIM; ART BY KANO; COVER BY JOHN PAUL LEON Guest-writer Chuck Kim pens a tale where the Quintescence from KINGDOM COME takes a trip to Smallville to observe a young Clark Kent. But they're interrupted when government operatives try to bring him in after discovering his Kryptonian origins. Will Clark be able to pass the true test of what makes a Superman? FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #SET#1
    Actus Box 5 GN Set (2002 IDW/Top Shelf) Five Graphic Novellas SET#1 Actus Box 5 GN Set (2002 IDW/Top Shelf) Five Graphic Novellas SET#1






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    Includes 5 Graphic Novellas with Cardstock Case - 1st printings.

    Top Shelf Productions is proud to present the 2001 release from the dynamic and extremely talented Israeli team, Actus (formerly known as Actus Tragicus), five outstanding cartoonists - Rutu Modan, Yirmi Pinkus, Mira Friedmann, Batia Kolton, & Itzik Rennert - who pool their talents annually to produce something simply amazing. This year, it is The Actus Box, a deluxe boxed set featuring five 32-page, full-color, perfect bound graphic novellas. Included in the set are: The Panty Killer by Rutu Modan (a murder mystery set in Tel Aviv); We Are Seven by Batia Kolton (A unique visual interpretation of an Irish folk song); Crumpet Ladies by Yirmi Pinkus (An amateur dog thief and a flatulent midget are just a couple of the characters in this story about an old woman as an existential state); Royal Sable by Mira Friedman (A Jewish furrier from Prague and his sister escape to Tehran during WWII); and Pretenders by Itzik Rennert (A bitter taxi driver meets a high-tech career woman and his life is transformed far beyond his wildest dreams). Don't miss this excellent boxed set from the premier Israeli comics team!

    Softcover (5 Volumes with Cardstock Case), 5-in. x 7-in., 160 pages (Total), full color. Mature Readers Cover price $31.95.

  • Issue #607
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 607

    WRITTEN BY JAY FAERBER; ART BY BRANDON BADEAUX AND MARK MORALES; COVER BY CARLOS PACHECO AND JESÚS MERIÑO. Guest-starring Titans member Argent! Superman fights the never-ending battle against prejudice, joined by Argent. They both discover that hate has no color barrier. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #2
    Agent X (2002) 2

    Cover art by Udon Studio (Alvin Lee identified). Story recap. Dead Man's Switch Part 2, script by Gail Simone, art by Udon Studio (Alvin Lee identified); Alex & Outlaw are hired to steal the Punisher's guns. 36 pgs. $2.25. Cover price $2.25.

  • Vol. 47 #10
    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (1956 Davis-Dell) Vol. 47 #10

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  • Issue #13
    Alias (2001 Marvel) 13
    Published Oct 2002 by Marvel.

    Written by Brian Michael Bendis. Art by Michael Gaydos. Cover by David Mack. Small town trouble continues for MAX's big city P.I.! 32 pages, FC. Parental Warning, mature content. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1
    Alice in the Lost World (1999) 1

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    by Shuzilow Ha In the war-torn future, mecha pilot Alice confidently deals death on the high-tech battlefield, secure in her belief that she is defending her family and country. But, during a dangerous mission, Alice faces off against an enemy soldier who looks shockingly like her sister! Suddenly, Alice is caught in a web of conspiracy as she struggles to uncover the true identity of the "enemy!" Don't miss popular video game designer Shuzilow Ha's action-packed American debut! Fans of Masamune Shirow and The Matrix can't afford to be without this thrilling new mini-series! Bimonthly. b&w, 32pg (1 of 4) Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1
    All New Tenchi Muyo! Part 2 (2002) 1

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    by Hitoshi Okuda Tenchi is forced to babysit for his aunt, bringing "baby Tenchi" (as seen in the OAV) back into the comic series! No longer is Sasami the youngest character in the household! No longer is Ryo-oh-ki the most incoherent! But taking care of a kid with all those aliens and science-fiction gadgets around proves to be difficult. b&w, 48pg (1 of 5) $2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #18
    Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) 18

    The Marvel Bullpen in the Golden and Silver Ages! This issue features full-color covers by Jack Kirby & Jim Amash (Fantastic Four) and Marc Swayze (Captain Marvel)! A slam-bang interview with artist/colorist Stan Goldberg (the guy who told Stan Lee the F.F. should wear blue, and the Hulk should be green)! Also, secrets behind Timely in the '40s ? and the first great days of the Marvel age! Tons of rare art by Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Dick Ayers, Don Heck, John Romita, John Buscema, Joe Maneely, Bill Everett, Carl Burgos, Dan Decarlo, and many more! Plus: a spotlight on Xero, the legendary 1960s science-fiction fanzine that helped launch comics fandom, with Dick & Pat Lupoff, Otto Binder, Don Thompson, Roy Thomas, Bill Schelly, and (believe it or not!) Roger Ebert? Also: an FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) section starring Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck, and others! Michael T. Gilbert & Mr. Monster on Wally Wood ghosting Flash Gordon ? and more! (Twomorrows Publishing) Magazine, 8.5x11, 100pg, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #44
    Amazing Spider-Man (1998 2nd Series) 44

    Cover pencils by John Romita, Jr., inks by Scott Hanna. "Arms and the Men," script by J. Michael Straczynski, pencils by John Romita, Jr., inks by Scott Hanna; Peter explains to MJ why he missed their airport meeting, without much success; May lets MJ know that she knows Peter is Spidey; MJ introduces Peter to her co-star Rick Turk in his Lobster Man costume; Enjoying his bank loot, Carlyle checks into a high-class hotel; The room service waiter immediately rats him out to Dr. Octopus who attacks; Carlyle dons his own tentacles and the two battle through the hotel; As MJ and Rick get their make-up applied, Pete and May leave the studio, hearing a TV report of the two Ocks battling; Spidey arrived on the scene of the nearly-destroyed hotel where Carlyle obliterates the load-bearing columns and makes his escape. 36 pgs., full color. $2.25. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #18
    American Century (2001) 18

    WRITTEN BY HOWARD CHAYKIN AND DAVID TISCHMAN. ART BY MARC LAMING AND JOHN STOKES. PAINTED COVER BY JIM SILKE. Part 2 of the 5-part "Coming Home." In "Beth Wish," Harry Kraft comes face to face with his spiteful wife, who's making a fortune in mail-order porn. Will Beth turn his life into a living hell, or can Harry get protection from the cops on the take? The Korean War winds down, and it's the joy of sax, as Ethlie meets Artie at the jazz club. MATURE READERS FC, 32pgs. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #3
    American Splendor Unsung Hero (2002) 3

    Written by Harvey Pekar. Art and cover by David Collier. This issue marks the conclusion to Harvey Pekar's fascinating and illuminating biography of Robert McNeill. With just a few weeks left in his tour of duty, nineteen-year-old McNeill's only thoughts are of escaping Vietnam's violently surrealistic landscape and returning home to the United States. But to do so, he must stay one step ahead of the enemies who try to take his life, the depression and nihilism that permeate his camp, and the commanding officers who use every loophole they can find to keep him in the bush. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $3.99.

  • Vol. 122 #10
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960-Present Dell) Vol. 122 #10

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    October 2002. Cover by Randy Asplund. Stories: "Survival Instinct"(Part 1) by Edward M. Lerner, "In Her Image" by Michael A. Burstein, "Partner in Crime" by Rajnar Vajra, "For Love of Amanda" by Timothy Zahn, "The Trouble with Grampa" by Arlan Andrews, Sr., and "Thumbkin, Caesar, Princess, and Troll" by Mary A. Turzillo. Science Fact article: "The Tell-Tale Brain" by Kyle Kirkland, Ph.D. Special Feature: "Selements and Beyond" by Shane Tourtellotte. Softcover, 5.5-in. x 7.5-in.; 144 pages, B&W. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Angel Endangered Species HC (2002 Novel) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. By Nancy Holder and Jeff Mariotte. Cordelia Chase is accustomed to being rocked by excruciating visions courtesy of the Powers That Be, but that doesn't mean that she is impervious to them. She is particularly disturbed to be visited with the image of someone she knows. It's Faith -- whose recent incarceration, it would seem, is the least of her problems. Angel wastes no time in heading off to jail to check on the once-rogue warrior, who admits to having noticed various creepies -- of the supernatural, rather than criminal, variety -- going bump in the night. She can't really investigate thoroughly for fear of giving away her status as Slayer to her fellow inmates. The picture becomes clearer when Chaz Escobar, a onetime game hunter, arrives at Angel Investigations. He explains that he is searching for his wife, Marianna, a vampire. He had been working on the cure for her vampirism on a small, distant island -- but she escaped. Chaz suspects her for being the monster harassing Faith. When Faith is magickally sprung from jail -- straight into Marianna's clutches -- Angel's Team and Chaz are off to Fantasy Island. Once there, however, they discover that Chaz's secondary goal is to rid the world of vampires -- even those with a soul. If Angel aligns himself with Chaz even to the point of self-sacrifice, his atonement will truly be complete. But before the two can retrieve the magickal chalice required for the destruction of vampires, they find themselves prey of a species of questionable evolution -- orchestrated by creatures of true evil: the lawyers of Wolfram & Hart. Hardcover, 5 1/2-in. x 8 1/2-in., 378 pages, Text Only. Cover price $17.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Anime Art Gallery The Art of Fushigi Yugi SC (2002) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. By Yu Watase and the animators of Fushigi Yûgi. The Art of Fushigi Yûgi collects color illustrations of Fushigi Yûgi for the first time in an English edition! This book features the work of Yû Watase, the author of many other manga series combining fantasy, science fiction, humor and romance. Softcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 104 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $22.95.

  • Issue #1010
    Animerica (1992) 1010
    Published Oct 2002 by Viz.

    Anime & Manga Monthly - anime, games, model kits, toys. The best magazine for anime fans! Halloween Monster Special! This issue: Hellsing - Vamp Out; Get Some Exorcise; Devil Hunter Yohko; Ghost Sweeper Mikami; Uzumaki - The Shape of Horror; Animerica Interview with Storm Riders' Wing Shing Ma. Plus: Free Poster Inside! And: Win Yu-Gi-Oh! Games! Squarebound. Magazine, 96 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #1-REP
    Anita Blake Bloody Bones PB (1996 Novel) 1-REP

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    Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Book 5 - 2nd and later printings. By Laurell K. Hamilton. In order to settle a land dispute, The necromancer, Anita Blake, is called upon to raise corpses that have been in the ground for over 300 years. However, as soon as she arrives on the scene a sword-wielding maniac embarks on a killing spree and if Anita is going to stop the madness she'll need the help of her vampire suitor, Jean-Claude. Softcover, 4-in. x 7-in., 374 pages, Text Only. Mature Readers Cover price $7.99.

  • Issue #1-REP
    Anita Blake Blue Moon PB (1998 Novel) 1-REP

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    Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Book 8 - 2nd and later printings. By Laurell K. Hamilton. When Anita's ex, Richard, is jailed in Tennessee and accused of rape, the raven haired animator quickly comes to his aide. But the local authorities are less than accommodating. Not to mention the local werewolf clan and the resident master vampire. Softcover, 4-in. x 7-in., 422 pages, Text Only. Mature Readers Cover price $7.99.

  • Issue #1-REP
    Anita Blake Guilty Pleasures PB (1993 Novel) 1-REP

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    Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Book 1 - 2nd and later printings. By Laurell K. Hamilton. New York Times Best-Selling author LAURELL K. HAMILTON offers readers a brand-new experience in the world of the macabre! Fusing mythology with a story loaded with mystery, action and romance, the ANITA BLAKE novels take place in a world where vampires, werewolves, and other creatures of nightmare have been declared legal citizens of the United States. ANITA BLAKE is an 'animator' - a profession that involves raising the dead for a living. ANITA BLAKE is also known as a fearsome hunter of criminal vampires, and she moonlights by investigating cases that are far too much for 'conventional' police. But as Anita gains the attention of the vampire masters in her hometown of St. Louis, she also risks revealing an intriguing secret about herself - the source of her unusual strength and power. Softcover, 4-in. x 7-in., 266 pages, Text Only. Mature Readers Cover price $7.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Anomalies: 176 Pages of Power TPB (2002 Abnormal Fun Comics) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Written, photographed and Designed by Sam Gaffin. Welcome to the world of Abnomalies! Hailed by critics as the greatest photo-comic ever created, The Abnomalies offers the latest in low-tech 1950s style special effects. This sci-fi action/adventure is told in graphic novel format using photos instead of artwork. Softcover, 176 pages, B&W. Cover price $14.95.

  • Issue #2
    Apache Skies (2002) 2

    painted cover by leonardo manco john ostrander (w)/leonardo manco (a) Continuing the fully-painted, wild Western! 32 PGS. WITH ADS/FC/PARENTAL WARNING 2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #7
    Aquaman Chronicles (2001) 7

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    The Aquaman Chronicles is a fanzine produced by John Schwirian. Issue #7 includes: cover art by George Tuska; Alter Ego's coverage of Aquaman; Wish List for Aquaman crossovers; Aquaman in Crossovers; History of DC/Marvel crossovers; Survival of the Fittest: Imaginary Battles; Who's Who: Namor; Aquafoes: Noble, Barracuda, and Roman; Collectibles: trading cards, custom action figures, and HeroClix; Golden Age Aquaman: More Fun #86-89; Mermaid Man & Barnable Boy from Spongebob Squarepants; and Tegan's Tidbits (HeroClix). Oct 2002.

  • Issue #1 & 2 FLIPBOOK
    Archeon (2002 Digital Webbing) 1 & 2 FLIPBOOK

    Published by Digital Webbing. FLIPBOOK with issue 1 & 2. Issue #1 - "Scepter of Kings" part one: Destiny's Pawns. By Jon Hook & Ed Lavallee with art by Wayne Nichols, Jason Gustafsson & Dario Carrasco. Issue #2 - By Jon Hook & Ed Lavallee with art by Erfan Fajar & Jason Gustafsson. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #526
    Archie (1943) 526

    by Kathleen Webb & Stan Goldberg "If At First You Don't Succeed": According to Reggie, all is fair in love and war... even if it means keeping the other guy from cleaning his car for a big date! But when he finds out the "big date" is really Archie's parents' anniversary, he slams on the brakes! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #60
    Archie and Friends (1991) 60

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    by Holly Golightly "Hollywood Purrscription": Can it be so? Are the Pussycats really hanging up their tails and tambourines for Tinseltown? It looks that way, but they'll have to get over the speed bumps in their way: namely, a lot of awful screenplays! Will their movie career fade out before it ever fades in?! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #61
    Archie and Friends (1991) 61

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    by Bill Golliher & Rex Lindsey "Spy Gig": The Archies get their most intriguing gig yet when a secret government agency sends them undercover to thwart a madman's plans for world domination! If you think James Bond has some cool gadgets, wait until you see how the Archies' gear: guitars that transform into scooters, drums that become unicycles, high frequency keyboards, and more! Can rock-and-roll save the world, or are we headed for the final chord?! FC, 32pg$1.99 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #0
    Archie and Friends and the Shield Ashcan (2002) 0

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    Celluloid Heroes! - Written by Paul Castiglia. Art and Cover by Fernando Ruiz and Rich Koslowski. Give trick-or-treaters something new and original this year: Comics! Archie and the gang celebrate Halloween in style, and legendary patriotic hero, The Shield, makes the scene and saves the day (as usual)! 5 1/2-in. x 8 1/2-in., 12 pages, full color.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Archie's Classic Christmas Stories TPB (2002 Archie Comics) 1-1ST

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    1st printing.

    It's been on fans' wish lists for years, and now it's finally here: the ultimate Christmas gift! Since their inception, Archie and his friends have delighted readers with scores of yuletide tales. These stories proved so popular that in 1954, an entire series devoted to stories of holiday cheer and good will to men premiered: Archie's Christmas Stocking!

    Now you can relive the magic, warmth, and hilarity as Archie and his friends show their holiday spirit in this special collection of classic tales from the first decade of Archie's Christmas Stocking. It's a grab-bag of goodies just for you! Featuring a festive foreword by Santa Claus himself!

    Softcover, 96 pages, full color.

    Cover price $10.95.

  • Issue #136
    Archie's Double Digest (1982) 136

    by Various Double your pages, double your Archie and double your fun in this double digest full of new stories and classic tales! Digest, FC$3.29 Cover price $3.29.

  • Issue #69
    Archie's Pals 'n' Gals Double Digest (1995) 69

    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 #23
    Archie's Weird Mysteries (2000) 23

    By Paul Castiglia and Fernando Ruiz. "The Galloping Ghost of Mystery Gulch": Everyone is delighted when plans for an 'Ultra-Leisure-Plex' is unveiled at Riverdale's town festival... everyone, that is except the spooky ghost horse who gallops through the proceedings! Who is the ghost horse, and why does it want the entertainment complex stopped? Pick up this issue to hear it straight from the horse's mouth! FC, 32pgs. Cover price $1.99.

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

    1st printing. Roca's work has an energy that positively crackles, and his women have a powerful authority to match their awesome beauty. Paintings, sketches, studies, and personal projects are all collected here for fan and student alike to admire! Softcover, 8-in. x 11-in., 64 pages, B&W. Mature Readers Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #2A
    Astika (2002) 2A

    Standard cover. Cause and Defect - Created by Pablo J. Munoz. Written by Mauro Mantella. Art by Walther Taborda. 2100 AD. The East leads the technological race, and millenary India is the military and economic leader of the hemisphere. India is divided into two fractions: Astikos and Nastikos. Rig Godavari is a military Astiko, who knows his business well. But what Rig doesn't know is that the Earth is divided into two hemispheres separated by a force field. The story that Rig learned is false. The biggest lie of all time starts to lose strength thanks to the explanation given by Kuru. Siva, the Nastiko leader, on the other side, decides to advance in his plans to rule over the Indian Empire. And he will not stop until he has succeeded in having this powerful nation laid at his feet! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #2B
    Astika (2002) 2B

    Alternate cover. Cause and Defect - Created by Pablo J. Munoz. Written by Mauro Mantella. Art by Walther Taborda. 2100 AD. The East leads the technological race, and millenary India is the military and economic leader of the hemisphere. India is divided into two fractions: Astikos and Nastikos. Rig Godavari is a military Astiko, who knows his business well. But what Rig doesn't know is that the Earth is divided into two hemispheres separated by a force field. The story that Rig learned is false. The biggest lie of all time starts to lose strength thanks to the explanation given by Kuru. Siva, the Nastiko leader, on the other side, decides to advance in his plans to rule over the Indian Empire. And he will not stop until he has succeeded in having this powerful nation laid at his feet! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #8-1ST
    Astro Boy TPB (2002-2004 Dark Horse Digest) 8-1ST

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    Volume 8 - 1st printing. Story and art by Osamu Tezuka. Osamu Tezuka's Astro Boy has for fifty years represented the best in all-ages graphic fiction and is regarded universally as the launching pad for the worldwide manga and anime explosion. Filled with humor, action, drama, and humanity -- not to mention robots! -- Astro Boy will remind you why comics first grabbed your heart and imagination. In this volume, Astro remains stranded in the 20th century, but he's certainly not laying about! Astro must save the Earth from a voracious Martian fungus -- and save the intelligent organism from the hydrogen bomb -- all the while having to begin the fight for robot's rights and to keep robots from fighting each other! The classic and endearing adventures of Astro Boy will soon be captured on the big screen in a feature film by Sony Pictures! In early 2001, the animated adaptation of Mr. Tezuka's Metropolis hit movie theaters nation-wide, earning rave reviews and introducing mass film-going audiences to the exhiliarating appeal of this legendary creator's work. Softcover, 5in. x 7-in., 200 pages, B&W. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #4A
    Athena Inc. The Manhunter Project (2002) 4A

    (W) Brian Haberlin (A) Jay Anacleto Cover A by Jay Anacleto - white Cover B by Jay Anacleto - blue FC32pp$2.95Bi-monthly ongoing series. The Concept: Athena Inc., the blackest of black ops, has come up with the perfect operative. She can't be caught. And even if she could be, there is no way to link her to any action because she doesn't even know she's an agent. Heck, she doesn't even look like their agent. She was hailed as a success...that was until...the genetic trigger that enables her to switch personas began to break down. Now she can switch forms more or less on her own. And is now she's a threat to the security of Athena Inc. and must be dealt with. But who will deal with whom first? This Issue: "Revelations"?Gwen begins to realize what she is, and the realization is driving her #$%^&*# crazy. She is losing it. But the warm hand of help is being offered by the cold heart of Athena Inc. itself, Morgan Castle. This guy is THE wolf in sheep's clothing. Mary knows he is not here to help. But how can she convince her naïve alter-ego that she is walking into a deathtrap, before it's too late? An issue not to be missed. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #4B
    Athena Inc. The Manhunter Project (2002) 4B

    (W) Brian Haberlin (A) Jay Anacleto Cover A by Jay Anacleto - white Cover B by Jay Anacleto - blue FC32pp$2.95Bi-monthly ongoing series. The Concept: Athena Inc., the blackest of black ops, has come up with the perfect operative. She can't be caught. And even if she could be, there is no way to link her to any action because she doesn't even know she's an agent. Heck, she doesn't even look like their agent. She was hailed as a success...that was until...the genetic trigger that enables her to switch personas began to break down. Now she can switch forms more or less on her own. And is now she's a threat to the security of Athena Inc. and must be dealt with. But who will deal with whom first? This Issue: "Revelations"?Gwen begins to realize what she is, and the realization is driving her #$%^&*# crazy. She is losing it. But the warm hand of help is being offered by the cold heart of Athena Inc. itself, Morgan Castle. This guy is THE wolf in sheep's clothing. Mary knows he is not here to help. But how can she convince her naïve alter-ego that she is walking into a deathtrap, before it's too late? An issue not to be missed. Cover price $2.95.