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Comic books October 2002

  • Issue #12
    Suicide Squad (2001 2nd Series) 12

    WRITTEN BY KEITH GIFFEN; ART BY PACO MEDINA AND JOE SANCHEZ; COVER BY MICHAEL BAIR In stores August 14. Final issue ? guest-starring the JSA! The Justice Society drops by just in time for the Squad to wrap up its tour of duty in the deadliest ways possible. After an attack by the terrorist group Onslaught, the Squad is left gutted. And it looks like the only way out is for the Squad to live up to its name. Be here for the ensuing chaos as we also find out the final piece in the puzzle of how Rock and Bulldozer are still alive. FC, 32 PG. $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #25
    Super Manga Blast (2000) 25

    By MASAMUNE SHIROW, MOHIRO KITOH, MAKOTO KOBAYASHI, YUZO TAKADA, and HIROYUKI UTATANE and TOSHIYA TAKEDA. Produced by STUDIO PROTEUS. Shirow is back!! The long awaited return of Masamune Shirow, creator of Ghost in the Shell, Intron Depot, and Dominion is back with more material from another fan-favorite title, Appleseed, featured exclusively in Super Manga Blast! Yes, Deunan and Briareos are back again when we print the never-before-published-in-America Appleseed Hypernote. For the next year we'll be printing not only more of the same funny, sexy, action-packed Appleseed stories you've enjoyed in the past, but also sketches and specs of the many landmates, robotic weapons, and cityscapes from the series. Also in this issue, Haruo continues her counseling of star pitcher Koji Uryu in Club 9, Shiina runs to the rescue of the captured Akira in Shadow Star, M-Zak continues her nasty battle with the enigmatic aliens in Seraphic Feather, and there's more family hi-jinks in store for the lovable cats in What's Micheal? It just keeps getting better in Super Manga Blast!, and we have no intention of letting up. - New material from Ghost In The Shell creator, Masamune Shirow! - Everything great about manga in one, 128 page comic. FOR MATURE READERS. b&w, 128pgs. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #26
    Super Manga Blast (2000) 26

    By MASAMUNE SHIROW, MOHIRO KITOH, MAKOTO KOBAYASHI, YUZO TAKADA, and HIROYUKI UTATANE and TOSHIYA TAKEDA. Produced by STUDIO PROTEUS. The year of Shirow in Super Manga Blast! is just getting started, and as fall sets in, it's time to consider how to pass those winter days on the way. But why argue with yourself? Just pick up the new issue of SMB! to warm up your brisk evenings! If Shirow's Appleseed isn't hot enough for you, you're sure to sweat in your seat when you read Shadow Star, as the dragon kids expose weaknesses in their abilities, but is it a weakness in the dragons, or the kids? And over in 3x3 Eyes things aren't exactly cooling off, as Pai, Yakumo, and tough-punching Jake getting ever closer to the secret of the sacred land. Plus, cutey Pai takes a bath. Meow! As always, plenty of action from Seraphic Feather, as the battle rages in the research lab and it looks as if the whole place will collapse, but somehow Apep and Fawn find the time to have a little make-out session. Phew, things are getting ever so spicy in Super Manga Blast!, like the cinnamon in a pumpkin pie! Happy Halloween! MATURE READERS. - New material from Ghost In The Shell creator, Masamune Shirow!! - Manga is everywhere these days, but the best is in Super Manga Blast! 128 pages of action, drama, and fun! b&w, 128pgs. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #73
    Supergirl (1996 3rd Series) 73

    WRITTEN BY PETER DAVID; ART AND COVER BY LEONARD KIRK AND ROBIN RIGGS In stores August 21. Deep in the heart of the Amazon rainforest lies the original Garden of Eden, the sacred place that Supergirl is convinced holds the earth angel of fire. Unfortunately, thanks to a long-simmering jealousy of Mary Marvel that prompts her to ignore her traveling companion's warnings of a possible trap, Supergirl may wind up destroying the missing earth angel she's been trying to save! FC, 32 PG. $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #185
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 185
    Published Oct 2002 by DC.

    WRITTEN BY GEOFF JOHNS; ART BY BRENT ANDERSON; COVER BY PASCUAL FERRY In stores August 7. A one-shot tale by the guest creative team of Geoff Johns (JSA, THE FLASH) and Brent Anderson (GREEN LANTERN: LEGACY, KURT BUSIEK'S ASTRO CITY). Superman, dazed and confused, lands in the middle of a little league baseball game in Ohio. Who ? or what ? guided him there, and can the Man of Steel get his bearings in time to save the day? FC, 32 PG. $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Superman For All Seasons TPB (2002 DC) 1st Edition 1-1ST

    1st Edition - 1st printing. Collects Superman: For all Seasons (1998) #1-4.

    Written by Jeph Loeb. Art and cover by Tim Sale.

    Similar to the premise of the Smallville television series, this hardcover book takes a look at the life of a young Clark Kent as he begins to develop strange powers. Living in a small Kansas town, the boy who would grow to be the Man of Steel must come to terms with his true origin and his uncanny abilities. In this mythic tale, we witness the experiences and adventures that transform a simple country boy into the world's greatest hero.

    Softcover, 206 pages, full color. Cover price $14.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Superman in the Fifties TPB (2002 DC) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Collects stories form Superman (Vol. 1) #65, 96-97, 79-80, 127; Action Comics #151, 242, 252, and 254-255; World's Finest (1941-1986) #68 and 75; Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane (1958-1974) #8; Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen (1954-1974) #13; Showcase (1956-1978) #9; and Adventure Comics (1938-1983) #210. Written by Otto Binder, Jerry Coleman, Bill Finger, and Edmond Hamilton. Art by Al Plastino, Wayne Boring, Curt Swan, and Kurt Schaffenberger. Cover by Wayne Boring. The Man of Steel's most outrageous tales from the Fifties are collected here, including some important milestones in Superman's history: the first appearances of Supergirl, Krypto, Titano the Super-Ape, and the first Kryptonian villans! Plus, Superboy's last day in Smallville; Superman's big brother; Superman's Super-Magic Show; the battle with Bizarro & the Bride of Bizarro; the new team of Superman and Robin; and much, much more! For more information, see the feature article. Softcover, 192 pages, full color. Cover price $19.95.

  • Issue #1-REP
    Superman in the Fifties TPB (2002 DC) 1-REP

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    2nd and later printings. Collects stories form Superman (Vol. 1) #65, 96-97, 79-80, 127; Action Comics #151, 242, 252, and 254-255; World's Finest (1941-1986) #68 and 75; Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane (1958-1974) #8; Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen (1954-1974) #13; Showcase (1956-1978) #9; and Adventure Comics (1938-1983) #210. Written by Otto Binder, Jerry Coleman, Bill Finger, and Edmond Hamilton. Art by Al Plastino, Wayne Boring, Curt Swan, and Kurt Schaffenberger. Cover by Wayne Boring. The Man of Steel's most outrageous tales from the Fifties are collected here, including some important milestones in Superman's history: the first appearances of Supergirl, Krypto, Titano the Super-Ape, and the first Kryptonian villans! Plus, Superboy's last day in Smallville; Superman's big brother; Superman's Super-Magic Show; the battle with Bizarro & the Bride of Bizarro; the new team of Superman and Robin; and much, much more! For more information, see the feature article. Softcover, 192 pages, full color. Cover price $19.95.

  • Issue #129
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 129

    WRITTEN BY CHUCK AUSTEN; ART BY PASCAL ALIXE; COVER BY DAVE JOHNSON In stores August 21. A touching story from guest-writer Chuck Austen (Uncanny X-Men, War Machine). During an encounter with Bloodsport, Superman runs into an officer on the Metropolis police force and learns what really makes a man of one of the World's Finest. FC, 32 PG. $2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #4
    Superpatriot America's Fighting Force (2002) 4

    (W) Robert Kirkman (A/C) Cory Walker FC 32pp $2.95 Four of a four-issue finite series The Concept: Super soldier, Johnny Armstrong has been battling the forces of evil since World War II. His illustrious career has had many pitfalls and triumphs over the many years of his activity. In the early '90s it seemed that career had come to an end, his arms and legs missing, the result of a deadly battle with Chicago's Vicious Circle crime organization. His broken body was rebuilt into the ultimate killing machine. More machine than man Johnny found himself the pawn of various criminal and government organizations. In control of his life at last he tries to pick up the pieces and regain some semblance of the life he knew. This Issue: The pulse pounding patriotic pandemonium concludes! This is the one to get, folks! Baron Blitzkrieg's plan finally come to a head, but why isn't he in the drivers seat? Johnny instead finds himself face to face with his most deadly foe yet: A mechanical menace of Nazi origin! Can SuperPatriot overcome the odds to win the day? Well, what's the title of the book, silly? Also featuring a four-page preview of next month's Masters of the Universe comic! Buy it for THAT at least! Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #10
    Tall Tails Thieves' Quest (1998) 10

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    Written by Jose Calderon. Art and Cover by Daphne Lage. Kalizarian troops secretly gather in the city as the Trolls travel the final leg of their desperate trip. The Earl and his chamberlain, however, are distracted with more pressing problems: how to get rid of the prince without gaining the attention of the Ravenwood cousins. Meanwhile, Ravenwood begins to question the whole purpose of the quest, and even his own destiny, but little does everyone know that all their problems are just beginning! 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #1-REP
    Tank Girl The Odyssey TPB (2002 Titan) 1-REP

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    2nd and later printings. By Peter Milligan and Jamie Hewlett. A twisted take on Homer's classical Greek epic - brought to you by Peter Milligan (X-Force) and Tank Girl co-creator and artist, Jamie Hewlett (Gorillaz) - Tank Girl: The Odyssey makes a few "minor" changes to the original. Booga, husband of Tank Girl, is being wooed by countless Hollywood producers, and without his wife there, his resolve is crumbling. Tele, their TV-headed son, knows that he must contact his mother...setting off a chain of events that will see Tank Girl face death itself, the siren call of gothic rock, a cyclopean hotel proprietor, and a host of other scenes and characters from The Odyssey... given the - ahem - "idiosyncratic" Tank Girl treatment! Softcover, 104 pages, full color. MATURE READERS Cover price $16.95.

  • Issue #3-1ST
    Tank Girl TPB (2002 Titan) 3-1ST

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    Volume 3 - 1st printing. Written by Alan Martin. Art by Jamie Hewlett. Join the bullet-spraying heroine as she yet again wreaks havoc on an unsuspecting world with a titanic battle against evil bounty hunters. Enter a fascinating odyssey through the culinary world with this all-true story of popular beat combo The Smiths, the lovely Jet Girl, the unlovely Booga, and more dead nasties than you can shake some sick at! Complete with unseen material! Softcover, 80 pages, ful color. MATURE READERS Cover price $14.95.

  • Issue #6
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2001 Mirage) 6

    April gets some bad news. The Turtles and the Foot mix it up. And Splinter's in somebody's crosshairs! Color cover. Bi- monthly. b&w, 40pg$2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #3
    Thing Freakshow (2002) 3

    cover by scott kolins & andy lanning geoff johns (w)/scott kolins (p)/andy lanning (i) 32 PGS. with ads/FC/MARVEL PG 2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #52
    Thor (1998-2004 2nd Series) 52
    • Signed by cover artist David Michael Beck with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Lord of Asgard "Realization!" Story by Dan Jurgens. Art by Dan Jurgens and Tom Palmer. Painted cover by David Michael Beck . The time of "The Reigning" has begun. The Lord of the Aesir has brought forth Asgard, home of the Norse Gods, to guide mortal man to a better future. But first take a look at time long since past when the Thunderer was but a young godling still learning the ways of mortal man. Plus, meet Thialf, the orphaned boy who would be taken in by the gods. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #69
    Thunderbolts (1997 Marvel) 69

    Becoming Heroes 3: Green With Envy - Written by Fabian Nicieza. Art by Jean Jacques Dzialowski and Al Vey. Cover by Patrick Zircher and Scott Koblish. Songbird and the New Thunderbolts must stop the Masters of Evil, without Hawkeye's help. Characters in this issue: Thunderbolts [Amazon [Man-Killer; Katrina Luisa Van Horn]; Blackheath [Plant-Man; Sam Smithers]; Cyclone; Harrier [Cardinal; Don Clendenon]; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Skein [Gypsy Moth; Sybil Dvorak]; Songbird [Melissa Gold]]; The Elite Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Dum Dum Dugan; Brute Force; M-80; Silicon; Skul]; Masters of Evil [Black Mamba [Tanya Sealy]; Crimson Cowl [Justine Hammer]; Hydro-Man [Morris Bench]; Machinesmith [Samuel Saxon]]. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #70
    Thunderbolts (1997 Marvel) 70

    Becoming Villains 3: Souls in the Balance - Written by Fabian Nicieza. Art by Stefano Caselli and Rich Perrotta. Cover by Patrick Zircher and Scott Koblish. Mach-3 must make a tough decision on Counter-Earth. Characters in this issue: Thunderbolts [Atlas [Eric Josten; Dallas Riordan]; Baron Zemo [Helmut Zemo]; Fixer [Paul Norbert Ebersol]; Jolt [Hallie Takahama]; Mach-3 [Abe Jenkins]]; Chaos; Order; Anomaly. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #0
    Thundercats (2002 2nd Series) 0

    WRITTEN BY J. SCOTT CAMPBELL AND FORD LYTLE GILMORE; ART AND COVER BY CAMPBELL. J. Scott Campbell, the artistic powerhouse behind the best-selling DANGER GIRL illustrates and cowrites a special 12-page story in this not-to-be-missed issue! If you're a fan of the cartoon, or a new reader just discovering their magic, you'll be ecstatic when you read this tale filled to the absolute brim with pulse-pounding thunderous action. Special bonus features in this #0 issue include character bios and behind-the- scenes production designs! For more information, see the feature article. Retailers: Please consult your Diamond Order Form for special ordering information. FC, 32 PG.$2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #0DF.SIGNED
    Thundercats (2002 2nd Series) 0DF.SIGNED

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    Dynamic Forces Signed Edition. Signed by J. Scott Campbell. Limited to 1,985 copies. Includes numbered Dynamic Forces Certificate of Authenticity. WRITTEN BY J. SCOTT CAMPBELL AND FORD LYTLE GILMORE; ART AND COVER BY CAMPBELL. J. Scott Campbell, the artistic powerhouse behind the best-selling DANGER GIRL, illustrates and co-writes a special 12-page story in this not-to-be-missed issue! If you're a fan of the cartoon, or a new reader just discovering their magic, you'll be ecstatic when you read this tale filled to the absolute brim with pulse-pounding thunderous action. Special bonus features in this #0 issue include character bios and behind-the-scenes production designs! For more information, see the feature article. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $11.95.

  • Issue #1A
    Thundercats (2002 2nd Series) 1A

    WRITTEN BY FORD LYTLE GILMORE; ART AND COVER BY ED MCGUINNESS AND JASON MARTIN; VARIANT COVER BY ARTHUR ADAMS Ed McGuinness pencils the Thundercats in an all-new miniseries, beginning immediately where the popular cartoon left off with New Thundera restored, and Thundercats King Lion-O gathering his old friends. But there are dark tidings brewing at Mumm-Ra's Pyramid, where the Ancient Spirits of Evil have concocted a nefarious plan to free the Shadowmaster from the Shadow Realm. It's up to Lion-O, Tygra, Panthro, Cheetera and the Thunderkittens to save the day!. For more information, see the feature article. Retailers: Please consult your Diamond Order Form for special ordering information. FC, 32 PG. (1 OF 5)$2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1A.DF.SIGNED
    Thundercats (2002 2nd Series) 1A.DF.SIGNED

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    Dynamic Forces Signed Edition (of the Ed McGuinness cover, A). Signed by Ford Lytle Gilmore. Limited to 1,985 copies. Includes numbered Dynamic Forces Certificate of Authenticity. NOTE: Scan is for reference purposes only and does not reflect the actual edition number that will be received. WRITTEN BY FORD LYTLE GILMORE; ART AND COVER BY ED MCGUINNESS AND JASON MARTIN; VARIANT COVER BY JIM LEE. The highly anticipated miniseries based on the popular '80s cartoon continues! To aid in his continuing quest to destroy the Thundercats once and for all, Mumm-ra solicits the help of past allies Slythe and the mutants, vowing that their stupidity will not interfere with his plans again. When the mutants attack Lion-O, Tygra and Hachiman while bringing down the Feliner ship, the stage is set for the battle royale every Thundercats fan has been waiting for!FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1B
    Thundercats (2002 2nd Series) 1B

    WRITTEN BY FORD LYTLE GILMORE; ART AND COVER BY ED MCGUINNESS AND JASON MARTIN; VARIANT COVER BY JIM LEE. The highly anticipated miniseries based on the popular '80s cartoon continues! To aid in his continuing quest to destroy the Thundercats once and for all, Mumm-ra solicits the help of past allies Slythe and the mutants ? vowing that their stupidity will not interfere with his plans again. When the mutants attack Lion-O, Tygra and Hachiman while bringing down the Feliner ship, the stage is set for the battle royale every Thundercats fan has been waiting for! Note: This issue will ship with two covers. All orders will be filled with covers by Ed McGuinness & Jason Martin (50%) and Jim Lee (50%). FC, 32 PG. (2 OF 5)$2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1B.DF.REMARK
    Thundercats (2002 2nd Series) 1B.DF.REMARK
    Published Oct 2002 by Wildstorm.

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    Limited series of 299 copies signed, numbered and re-marked by Art Adams. Includes Dynamic Forces issued Certificate of Authenticity. Cover price $69.99.

  • Issue #1B.DF.SIGNED
    Thundercats (2002 2nd Series) 1B.DF.SIGNED

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    Dynamic Forces Signed Edition (of the Art Adams variant cover, B). Signed by Ford Lytle Gilmore. Limited to 1,985 copies. Includes numbered Dynamic Forces Certificate of Authenticity. NOTE: Scan is for reference purposes only and does not reflect the actual edition number that will be received. WRITTEN BY FORD LYTLE GILMORE; ART AND COVER BY ED MCGUINNESS AND JASON MARTIN; VARIANT COVER BY JIM LEE. The highly anticipated miniseries based on the popular '80s cartoon continues! To aid in his continuing quest to destroy the Thundercats once and for all, Mumm-ra solicits the help of past allies Slythe and the mutants, vowing that their stupidity will not interfere with his plans again. When the mutants attack Lion-O, Tygra and Hachiman while bringing down the Feliner ship, the stage is set for the battle royale every Thundercats fan has been waiting for!FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    Tick and Artie (2002) 2

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    By Anonymous. Cover by Tick creator Ben Edlund. Tick and Artie take the night off to celebrate their victory over the villainous Terror-Fly! What seems to be a fun evening of dining and dancing suddenly turns into a night of mistaken identity and major league confrontation! Who is "The Dancing Fool" and why should Tick be so concerned? NEC originally ran these strips on their website and now collects them into a real, live hard copy! But of course, there's more! They've added new, unpublished pages to the storyline; a new Tick & Artie: The Untold Tales two-page story; and a new "The High Cog Speaks" text page! The High Cog demonstrates the lengths he's going to in tracking down the Tick & Artie artist known only as "Anonymous"! What more would you want? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #44
    Titans (1999 1st Series) 44

    WRITTEN BY TOM PEYER; ART BY BARRY KITSON AND JAMES PASCOE; COVER BY JOSÉ LUIS GARCÍA-LÓPEZ. "Chemical World" Part 3. The Titans struggle with the mind-altering consequences of a journey to the Chemical World in search of the anarchist known as Garvan. Meanwhile, back on earth, S.T.A.R. Labs scientists race against the clock to save the life of Tempest before he becomes the Chemical World's first human casualty! FC, 32 PG.$2.75 Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #103
    Tomart's Action Figure Digest (1991) 103

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  • Issue #24
    Tomb Raider (1999) 24
    Published Oct 2002 by Top Cow.

    (W) John Ney Rieber (P) Gerardo Sandoval (I) Jonathan Sibal (C) Jonathan D. Smith FC32pp$2.50Ongoing monthly series In stores the week of September 4th. The Concept One of the most popular characters in video game history, Lara Croft is a little bit Indiana Jones, a little bit Playboy playmate, and enough action and adventure to snare an entire generation of fans with her continuing adventures. This Issue A sun-drenched Aegean beach, pearls to dive for, a boyfriend who's never seen suntan lotion before... Lara's found it all on the Isle of Hydra. And she's never been so happy. But when a malevolent spirit from the mists of legend threatens to make her moment of happiness permanent-and terminal-Lara must master skills she's never dreamed she had-Or spend eternity in stone, among the victims of Medusa's Garden. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7
    Tomb Raider Journeys (2001) 7

    Written by Fiona Kai Avery. Art by Manny Clark and Marlo Alquiza. Cover by Billy Tan. "The Low Down" - This small Australian town isn't big enough for the two of them. Lara Croft begins her digging into the mystery of the stolen Maori Dream-Spear. Finding the right information will come only after she agrees to a duel shoot-out with the man who knows what she's looking for. It seems that Down Under, Lara is wanted more dead than alive! FC, 32pg. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #16
    Too Much Coffee Man Magazine (2001) 16

    "Food Service"?There's not a soul in America who hasn't been affected in some way by the food service industry. Nothing compliments a stack of new comics like a pile of fast food. Why not combine the two? Shannon Wheeler and company return with another irreverent and irresponsible presentation of hilarity. The victim du jour is the food service industry. It'll be like shooting funny bones in a barrel. Featuring ten new Too Much Coffee Man comics, an interview with Rick Linklater (Slacker, Before Sunrise) and a brand new comic by Jhonen "Johnny The Homicidal Maniac" Vasquez, Too Much Coffee Man #16: Food Service will be the best magazine ever. Period. b&w, 64pg$4.95 Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #1
    Top Cow Classics in Black and White Magdalena (2002) 1

    Blood Divine: Part 1 - Written by Marcia Chen. Art by Joe Benitez, Joe Weems, Matt (BATT) Banning and Victor Llamas. Cover by Joe Benitez and Joe Weems. The Magdalena. She is the chosen holy warrior of an age-old order, called upon when the world faces mortal danger. But a new threat has arisen which will shake her world to its foundations. Can even a warrior with the might of God save us when legions of vampires set their sights on world domination? Top Cow Classics is proud to present issue #1 of the highly acclaimed Magdalena series, presented here in its true illustrated format. Pencilled by the incomparable Joe Benitez, this intricately woven tale is complemented here by showcasing it in the black and white format. Plus: Cover Gallery with art by Michael Turner, Marc Silvestri and Joe Benitez. 32 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #2-1ST
    Towers of Bois-Maury HC (2002 Dark Horse/Venture) 2-1ST

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    Volume 2 - 1st printing. Story and Art by Hermann. Displaced feudal lord Sir Aymar is again drawn into conflict in a land not his own. A group of cutthroat brigands -- led by a bestial false shepherd in ghastly ram's garb -- has pillaged and burned the Castle De Caulx, with only the lord's young son escaping alive. Rallying the local peasants and the mysterious and lovely Eloise De Montgri, a crossbow wielding stranger from a far land, and calling upon the honor of the wandering Aymar, the young heir commands a desperate final confrontation with the murderous outlaws, a struggle that will not only decide the fate of a people, but will unearth painful secrets locked within the heart of the troubled Eloise. Hardcover, 9-in. x 12-in., 48 pages, full color. Cover price $14.95.

  • Issue #120A
    Toy Review (1992 Lee's) 120A
    Published Oct 2002 by Lees.

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    In this issue of the toy magazine for the hardcore collector: Happy Halloween from Mezco and Hot Topic! Plus: NECA Nightmare Before Christmas; The Osbourne Family; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles return; McFarlane's Sports Picks; San Diego Comic Con International wrap-up; and Joe-Con - "Legacy of Valor"! Also: Star Wars Saga Collection Guide inside! Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #120B
    Toy Review (1992 Lee's) 120B
    Published Oct 2002 by Lees.

    In this issue of the toy magazine for the hardcore collector: Happy Halloween from Mezco and Hot Topic! Plus: NECA Nightmare Before Christmas; The Osbourne Family; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles return; McFarlane's Sports Picks; San Diego Comic Con International wrap-up; and Joe-Con - "Legacy of Valor"! Also: Star Wars Saga Collection Guide inside! Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #62A
    Toyfare (1997) 62A
    Published Oct 2002 by Wizard.

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    Cover 1 of 2: Skeletor! Toyfare #62 gets into the 80's with a special investigative report on secret facts about the toys from that time. With the return of G.I. Joe, Transformers, Micronauts, He-Man and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles we'll uncover the forgotten coolness about these classics with essential info and pictures. The all-new Skeletor from Mattel's Masters Of The Universe premieres on this month's cover. Get an EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK at the new Star Trek: Nemesis figures from Art Asylum! This new line will feature Next Generation favorites like Captain Jean Luc Picard, Data, Will Riker, Worf and more! The Twisted ToyFare Theatre gang returns for yet another hilarious episode. Get your dose of Mego insanity right here! This month's Specialty Toy Price Guide features Zoids action figures. Find out with photos and prices how these Manga figures from both the 80's and today are trading. Get the latest prices for the newest collectible toy craze-Bobble Heads In the ToyFare Price Guide! ToyFare's MARKETPLACE gets you inside the latest trends, happenings and more. Get the latest Ups 'n' Downs, Expert Analysis, the Top 10 Hottest Action Figures and more! Track how much your figures are worth and which ones have changed in value! ToyFare has the most complete, full-color action figure price guide available. Whether you're a casual toy fan or an obsessive super collector, you can't afford to miss this issue of ToyFare: The Toy Magazine. Magazine (Skeletor cover) $4.99 Magazine (Muppets cover) $4.99 Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #62B
    Toyfare (1997) 62B
    Published Oct 2002 by Wizard.

    Cover 2 of 2: Animal of Muppets! Toyfare #62 gets into the 80's with a special investigative report on secret facts about the toys from that time. With the return of G.I. Joe, Transformers, Micronauts, He-Man and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles we'll uncover the forgotten coolness about these classics with essential info and pictures. The all-new Skeletor from Mattel's Masters Of The Universe premieres on this month's cover. Get an EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK at the new Star Trek: Nemesis figures from Art Asylum! This new line will feature Next Generation favorites like Captain Jean Luc Picard, Data, Will Riker, Worf and more! The Twisted ToyFare Theatre gang returns for yet another hilarious episode. Get your dose of Mego insanity right here! This month's Specialty Toy Price Guide features Zoids action figures. Find out with photos and prices how these Manga figures from both the 80's and today are trading. Get the latest prices for the newest collectible toy craze-Bobble Heads In the ToyFare Price Guide! ToyFare's MARKETPLACE gets you inside the latest trends, happenings and more. Get the latest Ups 'n' Downs, Expert Analysis, the Top 10 Hottest Action Figures and more! Track how much your figures are worth and which ones have changed in value! ToyFare has the most complete, full-color action figure price guide available. Whether you're a casual toy fan or an obsessive super collector, you can't afford to miss this issue of ToyFare: The Toy Magazine. Magazine (Skeletor cover) $4.99 Magazine (Muppets cover) $4.99 Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #3
    Transformers Armada (2002) Energon 3

    by Sarracini, Raiz, Armstrong, & Wang The newest and most exciting generation of Transformers universe continues with Transformers Armada #3! Having escaped Megatron's evil empire, the Mini-Cons have crash-landed here on Earth. Just wait until you see what happens when the Autobots and Decepticons realize they're still alive! Can the Mini-Cons make a life for themselves here or will Earth become the new battleground for the Cybertronian war? FC, 32pg $2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Transformers Dark Designs HC (2002 Titan) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Collects Transformers: Generation 2 (1993 Marvel) #1-6. Written by Simon Furman. Art by Derek Yaniger and Manny Galan. Cover by John Byrne. The Autobots have more to worry about than Megatron and his Decepticons. They're about to realize they're playing in a much bigger arena. Beyond the fringes of known space an ancient power is spreading its malign influence, turning whole worlds, whole galaxies into a dark mosaic of its own design. A design that is unmistakably Cybertronian in origin! Plus, the rise of the Swarm, and the beginning of the end! Hardcover, 144 pages, full color. Cover price $24.95.

  • Issue #6A
    Transformers Generation 1 (2002) 6A

    by Sarracini, Lee, Garcia, Armstrong, & TheRealT Join Dreamwave for the dramatic conclusion to the comic book event of the year! Can Optimus Prime and the Autobots stop Megatron's evil plan in time? And what will they have to sacrifice to do it? You won't want to miss the action-packed final showdown! The world of Transformers will never be the same! This issue features two different covers by Pat Lee. Each also contains a different mini-poster for each cover! FC, 32pg$2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #6B
    Transformers Generation 1 (2002) 6B

    by Sarracini, Lee, Garcia, Armstrong, & TheRealT Join Dreamwave for the dramatic conclusion to the comic book event of the year! Can Optimus Prime and the Autobots stop Megatron's evil plan in time? And what will they have to sacrifice to do it? You won't want to miss the action-packed final showdown! The world of Transformers will never be the same! This issue features two different covers by Pat Lee. Each also contains a different mini-poster for each cover! FC, 32pg$2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1A
    Transformers The War Within (2002) 1A

    by Simon Furman & Don Figueroa The legend of The Transformers begins with the belief of One. Facing a devastating civil war on Cybertron, Optimus Prime faces his first ? and greatest ? challenge. Before he can deal with the threat posed by Megatron and the Decepticons, the new Autobot leader must look within... and decide if Cybertron is worth saving at all! Witness the internal struggle of a great leader, and the creation of Transformers history! Featuring the return of Simon Furman to Transformers along with a stunning gatefold cover by Don Figueroa! FC, 32pg $2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1B
    Transformers The War Within (2002) 1B

    This cover features a lenticular picture of Optimus Prime transforming. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #59
    Transmetropolitan (1997) 59

    WRITTEN BY WARREN ELLIS; ART BY DARICK ROBERTSON AND RODNEY RAMOS; COVER BY ROBERTSON In stores August 14. It's Spider Jerusalem in his final meeting with President Callahan, surrounded by a city on fire and government troops in open conflict with civilians. It ends here. One way or the other. It's all leading to the final issue of TRANSMETROPOLITAN next month. MATURE READERS FC, 32 PG. $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7-1ST
    Transmetropolitan TPB (1998-2004 DC/Vertigo) 1st Edition 7-1ST

    1st Edition - Volume 7 - 1st printing. "Spider's Thrash!" Collects Transmetropolitan (1997-2002) #37-42. Written by Warren Ellis. Introduction by Darren Aronofsky (director of Pi, The Fountain, Requiem for a Dream). Art by Darick Robertson and Rodney Ramos. The hammer has come down on him, but outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem has managed to stay one step ahead of his detractors - i.e., the President of the United States and his authoritarian lackeys in publishing and law enforcement. After losing his byline, bank account, and apartment, Jerusalem and his filthy assistants have legged it underground, the better to implement his plan. What plan, you say? Why, the plan to bring down the President, of course! Softcover, 144 pages, full color. MATURE READERS Cover price $14.95.

  • Issue #18
    Travelers (2000) 18

    By Tony DiGerolamo, Moreno, & Dunn This is it! The match-up you've been waiting for! Richard "The Young" Lancaster versus Sgt. Tariff "Dragonslayer" Staff! Richard has youth, speed, and Princess Chastity as a hostage. Tariff has experience, strength, and his amazing propensity for pomposity! Can Tariff save the princess and win back his title? It all comes down to this! The battle royal for the royal brat! The brawl in the feasting hall! The malice in the palace! Get your tickets now for "The Hassle in the Castle!" Bi-monthly. b&w, 32pg$2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #8
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 8

    by Templeton, Shaw, Barta, Simone, & Morrison Bart Simpson's annual tour de force of tricks and treats turns up a pleasingly putrid and asphxiatingly amusing anthology of Halloween humor. Ty Templeton (Stig's Inferno, Batman: Gotham Adventures, and Justice League Adventures) tells a tale of the Simpsons from beyond the grave, as Grampa accidentally causes the death of his loved ones, and a surprising number of grieving and greedy heirs come to claim the Simpson home. In tip of the hat to Stephen King and Big Daddy Roth, Scott Shaw (Oddball Comics!) takes you behind the wheel of a clown car gone mad in "Krustine." Hilary Barta (Splash Brannigan, Plastic Man) teaches you the ABCs of Halloween, and Gail Simone (Deadpool, Killer Princesses) delivers a ghastly goody that will leave you deliciously delirious. FC, 48pg $3.50 Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #1
    Tuesday (2002) 1

    by Henrik Rehr Henrik Rehr, cartoonist of the syndicated strip Ferd'nand, lives a block from Ground Zero in New York City. Tuesday is his gripping eyewitness account of the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center; the subsequent evacuation, and the frantic search for his son, who went missing in the chaos and confusion that horrible day. b&w, 24pg (1 of 2) $2.95 Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2584DF
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    Published Oct 2002 by TV Guide.

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    Don Francisco cover. October 5, 2002. Inside: Ray Romano interview; David Hasselhoff article/interview; "Amazing Race 3"; Don Francisco; Jason Priestley; "Forsyte Saga"; Mario Bartiromo; "Witchblade"/"Farscape" news and photos. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #2584ELR
    TV Guide (1953) 2584ELR
    Published Oct 2002 by TV Guide.

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    Ray Romano and the cast of "Every Loves Raymond" cover. October 5, 2002. Inside: Ray Romano interview; David Hasselhoff article/interview; "Amazing Race 3"; Don Francisco; Jason Priestley; "Forsyte Saga"; Mario Bartiromo; "Witchblade"/"Farscape" news and photos. Cover price $1.99.