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Planetary (1999) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Planetary (1999) 1
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($8.85) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: White
    • Label #0355017016

    Cover art by John Cassaday. All Over The World, script by Warren Ellis, art by John Cassaday; Elijah Snow is hired by Jakita Wagner to join Planetary, a four-man team (3 field agents and one mysterious backer known as "the Fourth Man")looking to uncover the hidden history of the world as mystery archeologists"; Their first mission: to explore a man-made cavern in the Adirondacks, the last known destination of Doc Brass, an adventurer from the 1930s and 1940s. First introduction of the Snowflake. 36 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    Planetary (1999) 2

    Cover art by John Cassaday. Island, script by Warren Ellis, art by John Cassaday; Planetary travels to Japan to investigate the unofficial history of Island Zero, a breeding ground for giant radioactive monsters. Some of the monsters depicted here resemble Godzilla, Mothra, Ghidrah, and Rhodan from old Japanese monster movies. Island Zero also resembles Monster Island. 36 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    Planetary (1999) 3

    Cover art by John Cassaday. Dead Gunfighters, script by Warren Ellis, art by John Cassaday; Planetary travels to Hong Kong to investigate the ghost of a slain cop bent on vengeance. 36 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Planetary (1999) 4

    Cover art by John Cassaday. Strange Harbours, script by Warren Ellis, art by John Cassaday; While investigating the destruction of a Hark building, Planetary watches as Jim Wilder -a Hark investigator- steps on a large lightning-bolt shaped rock and disappears; He returns transformed into a superhuman by a sentient ship designed to transverse alternate universes; The ship crash-landed on earth millions of years ago and has asked Wilder for help getting home; Wilder agrees to help and search out the other six superhumans needed to pilot the ship, with Planetary's help. The costume Jim wears after his transformation is reminiscent of the original Captain Marvel. 36 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5
    Planetary (1999) 5

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. Related from the bed of a secret hospital: an even more secret history. Discover the story of Doctor Axel Brass, the forgotten pre-war adventurer who spent fifty years guarding the multiversal door opened by a computer he couldn't shut off. It's an untold story of greatness in America, of jungle kings and covert operators and mad laughter in the night. FC, 32 PGS. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6
    Planetary (1999) 6

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. In the 1950s, a quartet of astronauts were launched into space on an experimental rocket mission to the Moon. They didn't make it. Neither did the four cosmonauts launched on an identical flight plan. Two different foursomes experienced something remarkable on their fantastic journey, and they're still alive today, doing something so mysterious that Planetary must somehow bring them down. FC, 32pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7
    Planetary (1999) 7

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassaday. News of the death of the great English occult investigator Jack Carter leads Planetary into their own investigation of the secret history of England in the 1980's. It's a deadly puzzle of grim urban magic, dark strangeness and a lethal enigma. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #8
    Planetary (1999) 8
    • Signed by writer Warren Ellis with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. In stores November 17. In the American desert, a woman waits patiently, glowing gently in the gathering twilight. She's been waiting a long time to tell her story; and now, finally, Planetary is coming for her. She is the last surviving remnant of a covert program that ran throughout the 1950s, an attempt to create darkly wondrous things that would defend America from a Communist invasion ? a program developed by a name very familiar to Planetary. FC, 32 PGS. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #9
    Planetary (1999) 9

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. In stores February 2. A critical story from Planetary's past. In 1997, Planetary consists of Jakita Wagner, the Drummer and... Ambrose Chase, the team's "Third Man" since 1995. And they're all in deep trouble. All three of them are on a field mission to a place where a spacecraft has seemingly fallen out of nowhere. And, in reality, it has ? because it is the first vessel to have been sent into a literal non-reality. When it was launched, there were four crewmembers on board... when it came back, there were five. This is why the Drummer never goes on field missions anymore, and why Planetary needed a new Third Man. FC, 32 PGS. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #10
    Planetary (1999) 10
    Published Jun 2000 by Wildstorm.

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. A Planetary support team tears down the New York penthouse laboratory of the "Four," finding strange artifacts that seem to defy explanation. Among them: a tiny spacecraft, perhaps big enough for a baby; a lantern with no bulb or wick; and bracelets made of something harder than diamond. Exactly how much of the world's intended history did the Four change... or kill? FC, 32 PGS. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #11
    Planetary (1999) 11
    Published Sep 2000 by Wildstorm.

    WRITTEN BY WARREN ELLIS. ART AND COVER BY JOHN CASSADAY. Elijah Snow has been silent about his private conversation with William Leather since it happened. He has not spoken to anyone about it because he has been trying to work out what it all means. Now, he needs help - but he cannot trust Planetary. He must go to a man he met long ago, a man who understands secrets - the oldest living secret agent on Earth - to try and discover the truth about the Four, Planetary, and his own life. FC, 32 PGS. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12
    Planetary (1999) 12
    Published Jan 2001 by Wildstorm.

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. Elijah Snow decides to hunt down the secret of Planetary in a pivotal issue of the multiple Eisner Award-nominated series. Snow knows that Jakita Wagner and the Drummer have been lying to him. He's been putting it all together: every hint, every mystery, every clue, and he's still only got half the picture. And Snow's too old and tired to wait around for the rest. FC, 32 PGS. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #13
    Planetary (1999) 13
    Published Feb 2001 by Wildstorm.

    Century - Written by Warren Ellis. Art and Cover by John Cassaday. In the early part of the 20th century, a young Elijah Snow tracks down the last of a hidden conspiracy. Its members include John Griffin (Invisible Man), H.G. Wells, Baron Frankenstein and his Monster, Robor, Carnacki, Sherlock Homes and Dracula, among others. All have been accounted for except two: The detective and the vampire. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #14
    Planetary (1999) 14
    Published Jun 2001 by Wildstorm.

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. You know who The Fourth Man is by now - this is the story of how he was lost. Elijah Snow's story moves into the 1990's, showing the vicious game between The Four and Planetary - Snow, Jakita Wagner, the young Drummer, and Ambrose Chase. This is also how it all went horribly wrong. Now Snow, founder of Planetary, richest man on Earth and the greatest investigator in the world, is back. And he's not playing any more games... FC, 32 PGS. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #15
    Planetary (1999) 15
    Published Oct 2001 by Wildstorm.

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. For Elijah Snow, it's time to look at everything that Planetary has encountered during the past year and start piecing it all together. Who is the Hark Corporation? Why do they sometimes work with the Four? And the biggest question of all: Why are the Four currently in Australia, building a giant gun atop Ayers Rock? FC, 32 PGS. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #16
    Planetary (1999) 16
    Published Oct 2003 by Wildstorm.

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. The acclaimed series from Ellis and Cassaday is back! With The Four momentarily in disarray, Elijah Snow initiates the second part of his comeback plan: to hunt down and discover the truth about Anna Hark, daughter of the criminal genius of the '30s, who died in the Adirondacks with the rest of Axel Brass' associates. Her story begins in medieval China and ends in the spires of modern America! For more information, see the feature article. Retailers please note: This is a resolicitation; all previous orders are cancelled. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #17
    Planetary (1999) 17
    Published Dec 2003 by Wildstorm.

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. This issue: a major revelation from Elijah Snow's past! It's 1933 and Snow floats down-river towards a golden city shrouded by the immense jungle. After encountering a dashing figure, a man raised by animals, Snow meets a brilliant and harmonious people - and one of the great loves of his life... FC, 32 PGS. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #18
    Planetary (1999) 18
    Published Feb 2004 by Wildstorm.

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. Get ready for "The Gun Club." The game's afoot. Elijah Snow is building his own conspiracy to bring down the Four, and he's targeting William Leather first. But what does his plan, which entangles Anna Hark and John Stone, have to do with the first moonshot... in 1851? FC, 32 PGS. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #19
    Planetary (1999) 19
    Published May 2004 by Wildstorm.

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. "Mystery in Space" Part 1 of 2! An immense object drifting into the solar system ought to be a source of delight for the mystery archaelogists of Planetary ? but Elijah Snow knows it will drive the unseen member of the Four, Jacob Greene, out of hiding. FC, 32 PGS. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #20
    Planetary (1999) 20
    Published Sep 2004 by Wildstorm.

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. "Mystery in Space" Part 2 of 2! ! A Planetary probe is sent to investigate an impossibly large object that has entered our solar system. It seems to be a spaceship ? but what kind of creature could possibly need a ship that big? Also on course with the object is a terrestrial ship carrying Jacob Greene... charter member of The Four! FC, 32 PGS. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #23
    Planetary (1999) 23
    Published Aug 2005 by Wildstorm.

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. The secret history of The Drummer is revealed at last! With Elijah now hiding his actions from the rest of the team, it's down to The Drummer to work out what Elijah's really doing, what he should be doing, and why... 32 pg, FC. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #24
    Planetary (1999) 24
    Published Mar 2006 by Wildstorm.

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. For months Elijah Snow has been pulling back from his fellow Planetary agents, following a personal road map to his own mysterious agenda. Now the curtain will begin to be drawn back and the some of the deepest secrets will at last be revealed...like patterns in a snowflake. And if the last pages of this story don't leave you gasping for breath and begging for more, nothing will! 32 pg, FC. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #25
    Planetary (1999) 25
    Published Jun 2006 by Wildstorm.

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. The final act begins! Elijah Snow draws together elements from nearly everything he's investigated since rejoining the team, to lay a trap for the two remaining members of the Four. But the Four had fully fifty years to prepare their defenses. Fifty years since their rocket entered the space between universes, and they were changed...but how? 32 pg, FC. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #26
    Planetary (1999) 26
    Published Dec 2006 by Wildstorm.

    Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassady. Discover what it's all been building to! Jacob Greene is lost in space. William Leather is...not well. It all comes down to Elijah Snow and Randall Dowling - the architect of Planetary vs. the mastermind of the 4 - for the first and last time! Plus, one huge surprise. If ever there was an issue of Planetary you shouldn't miss, this is it! 32 pg, FC. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #27
    Planetary (1999) 27
    Published Dec 2009 by Wildstorm.

    Final Issue - Written by Warren Ellis. Art and cover by John Cassaday. Tons of things have changed since writer Warren Ellis (THE AUTHORITY, STORMWATCH) and artist John Cassaday (Astonishing X-Men) began their long, strange trip into the bizarre underbelly of the WildStorm Universe, but one thing has stayed the same: Anticipation for this final issue of the critically acclaimed series remains gargantuan! Over a decade in the making, PLANETARY culminates in this spectacular, oversized adventure. Prepare for answers to be revealed as the enigmatic Elijah Snow has one last errand to run! Featuring a stunning 3-piece wraparound gatefold cover drawn by Cassaday, PLANETARY #27 represents the end of an era and should not be missed! 40 pg, FC. Cover price $3.99.