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  • Issue #801
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    March 24, 1989. On the set of the 'Dick Tracy' movie - Warren Beatty is Tracy, Madonna is Breathless Mahoney; John Byrne draws 'Wolverine.'

  • Issue #802
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    March 31, 1989. DC Comics unveils many projects - computerized Batman book, new (old) Shadow, Adam Strange, Captain Atom in 25th Century, Challengers, El Diablo, Enemy Ace; State of the Industry - Capital Trade Show (April 2-4).

  • Issue #803
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    April 7, 1989. DC rejects Rick Veitch's 'Swamp Thing' 88, Veitch resigns as title's writer; Neil Gaiman & Jamie Delano withdraw as Veitch's successors; open letter from Rick Veitch; Starblaze sold; top-level change at DC - Jenette Kahn is president & editor-in-chief, Paul Levitz is executive vice president & publisher; Funnies in the '30s; Comics Price Guide Issue.

  • Issue #804
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    April 14, 1989. Topps plans 'Batman' magazine, two formats for 'Batman' movie cards; movie Batman comes to comics in an adaptation drawn by Jerry Ordway; Spider-Man - strongest Marvel hero this fall.

  • Issue #805
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    April 21, 1989. Jim Starlin now claims 'Robin's death was planned' - says new version of Robin is already in the works; Starblaze stays with Donning; Batman movie; Gaming World. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #806
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    April 28, 1989. The Year of the Bat - Batman stars in stories set in present, past and far future; Eclipse to adapt 'Hobbit'; The Vampire Lestat - Innovation adapts Anne Rice's novel; Walt Simonson takes over 'Fantastic Four'; Jim Starlin to renovate 'Silver Surfer'; Piranha Press titles make their debut; 'Vic & Blood' in color from NBM; Stan Lee talks about Marvel movies; Capital City's Top Comics for March. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #807
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    May 5, 1989. Marvel adapts Punisher movie into three comic-book formats; Frank Miller, Dave Gibbons collaborate; Buried Treasures. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #808
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    May 12, 1989. Archie Goodwin leaves Epic for DC; Superman titles are last comics at 75 cents; four Marvel titles go bi-weekly for summer; 'Star Wars' is coming to Epic; Apple is new home for 'Trollords,' 'Fish Police'; Hugo, Stoker nominees for horror, SF. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #809
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    May 19, 1989. Clive Barker comes to comics, with comments from Barker; Diamond Retailers Seminar - May 20-23; Nebula Winners. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #810
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    May 26, 1989. 'Plan 9 from Outer Space' - 'worst movie' returns as comic book from Eternity; Berke Breathed to discontinue 'Bloom County'; William Messner-Loebs discusses projects. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #811
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    June 2, 1989. 'Pogo' newspaper comic strips, complete Vaughn Bode begin in fall; Batman fans go shopping; Captain Marvel gets new powers; Top Comics: April. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #812
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    June 9, 1989. The Punisher gets reprint one-shot and two hardcover graphic novels; Pennsylvania drops comic-book sales tax; Dallas Trade Show, Con - July 12-13, 14-16. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #813
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    June 16, 1989. Dick Grayson returns to 'Batman' for 'New Titans' crossover series; Alan Light and Oscar; 'Punisher' movie delay postpones adaptations; JLA meets JLE in crossover. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #814
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    June 23, 1989. First's 'Classics Illustrated' begins in 1990 - creators include Poe, Wilson, Sienkiewicz, Carroll, Dickens, Geary; Topps plans second set of 'Batman' movie cards; Marvel's Destroyer - Will Murray talks about bringing the book to comics. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #815
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    June 30, 1989. Carl Potts to be editor of Epic line; Spectrum Comics (Archie) updates Hangman, The Fly; some independents face 'worst summer'; Acts of Vengeance - Avengers crossover involves 58 issues; Comics Price Guide Issue. 120 pages. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #816
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    July 7, 1989. Harlan Ellison reviews Batman film; Epic doubles up on horror with two Clive Barker series; Don Rosa quits Gladstone; Asimov's Orbit takes off in July; listing of coming summer comics. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #817
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    July 14, 1989. Fan Awards Results. Favorite Comic-Book Story - 'A Death in the Family'; Favorite Comic Book - 'The Uncanny X-Men'; Favorite Limited Series - 'Batman: The Cult'; Favorite Editor - Dennis O'Neil; Favorite Penciller - Todd McFarlane; Favorite Writer - Chris Claremont; Favorite Inker - Terry Austin; Favorite Original Graphic Novel or Album - 'Batman: The Killing Joke'; Favorite Reprint Graphic Novel or Album - 'Batman: Year One'; Favorite Colorist - Glynis Oliver; Favorite Letterer - Tom Orzechowski; Favorite Cover Artist - Todd McFarlane; Favorite Character - Batman; Favorite Publication About Comics - 'Marvel Age.' Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #818
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    Original cover price: $2.25. July 21, 1989. Batman film shatters records; Disney takes over license for comic books from Gladstone - publishing license not revoked, just 'allowed to expire'; Hulk is poisoned - dose will be fatal when he reverts to Banner; Roger Rabbit racks up records; Retief returns - Adventure Comics to continue adapting Laumer's stories; Silverback miniseries to explore Argent's past; Growing up with Yogi Bear - 'Hanna-Barbera's 31st Anniversary, Part 13.' Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #819
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    July 28, 1989. 'Batman' boffo box office; 'Roger Rabbit' to star in new graphic novel; Mark Martin's lunacy returns on page 20. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #820
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    August 4, 1989. Archie Comics cancels Spectrum line - cites fear of jeopardizing 'image of wholesomeness'; ElfQuest returns - third series to follow second 'Beauty and the Beast' for First; preview of East Meets West. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #821
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    August 11, 1989. Old comics for $5 each? Classic Golden Age comics could be made available cheaply on microfiche; Batman #442 features 'mysterious youngster'; Dallas Vignettes; preview of Eye of Mongombo. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #822
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    August 18, 1989. Batman meets Grendel - DC Comics and Comico collaborate on two-issue series by Matt Wagner; Star Trek returns to double duty at DC; Maze Agency relocates to Innovation. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #823
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    August 25, 1989. Topps opens archives - Guernsey's sells art, proofs, more Aug. 19 and 20; Binder rejects 'Taboo' #2 - back-up binder agrees to ship in August; Mark Martin. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #824
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    September 1, 1989. Berni Wrightson's unprinted 'Frankenstein' to appear in 'Blood of Dracula'; Harvey Publications sold - new owner seeks direct-market presence; Buried Treasures; San Diego Vignettes. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #825
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    September 8, 1989. Topps to release card set of 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'; FantaCon 1989 - September 9-10; Mark Martin. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #826
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    September 15, 1989. Epic to publish 'Tales from the Heart' - Slave Labor series to continue after short hiatus; Topps asks collector input; Batman in Strips; Alison Marek. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #827
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    September 22, 1989. Batman: Gotham by Gaslight - Batman of 100 years ago meets Jack the Ripper; preview of Jughead's Pal Hot Dog; Michael Davis; Mark Martin. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #828
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    September 29, 1989. 'Batman' videotape due Nov. 15 as movie becomes worldwide hit - domestic ticket sales reach $240 million for summer. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #829
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    October 6, 1989. Marvel cancels 'Nightmare on Elm Street' black-and-white magazine; collectors seek Silver Age comics; Gaylord DuBois; Comics Price Guide Issue. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #830
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    Original cover price: $2.25. October 13, 1989. Superboy returns to comics - TV show revives Boy of Steel's comic book; 'If Devil Would Talk' copies surface; Ellery Queen; Gaylord Du Bois - wrote the first Lone Ranger novel; The Greatest Golden Age Stories Ever Told - DC's fifth collection has 22 stories in 288 pages. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #831
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  • Issue #832
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    October 27, 1989. New Spider-Man title is in works - series is to be written and drawn by Todd McFarlane; Golden Apple Awards - chain observes 10th anniversary with food, music; Howard Cruse's 'Wendel' to end 'Advocate' run; John Byrne teaches; The Black Kite - Eclectus to release graphic novel. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #833
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    November 3, 1989. Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #1 has extra cover - DC offers four variant two-color wrap-arounds; independents squeezed - success of Big Two leaves little for others; '30s Funnies; Gaylord DuBois. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #834
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    November 10, 1989. He's baaaack - Robin (Tim Drake) is on the George Perez-drawn cover of 'Batman' #442, a part of the 'A Lonely Place of Dying' crossover; earthquake update; Breaking In; Defense Fund. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #835
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    November 17, 1989. Holiday Supplement Issue. Thanos returns in Jim Starlin's Silver Surfer - also back from the dead are Captain Marvel, Warlock, Pip the Troll; Classics Illustrated adds more titles to line-up; Comico launches E-Man miniseries; 2000 AD gets a facelift. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #836
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  • Issue #837
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    December 1, 1989. Original Human Torch gets series; DC announces delays - Bruning says quality standards 'a trap'; Starlin/Graziunas novel ships in April - cover and 50 illustrations and chapter headings done by Starlin; from TV to comics - Adventure to do Alien Nation, Now has Married with Children; Gaylord Du Bois. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #838
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    December 8, 1989. 'Friendly Frank's' conviction overruled - 'none of the...comic books...constitutes...obscenity'; Harvey computerizes entire comics output; sixty percent of first printing of Jack Kirby's Heroes and Villains is turned into egg cartons. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #839
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    December 15, 1989. E.C. returns - Gladstone publisher brings back 'Tales from the Crypt,' 'The Vault of Horror' and 'Weird Science'; 20 Nude Dancers; Independent Hunt. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #840
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    December 22, 1989. Marvel's 'Black Knight' is revitalized - character relaunched and prepared for revival (with comments from Roy Thomas and Mark Gruenwald); Engblom - is this the solution to the economics of collecting? Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #841
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    December 29, 1989. Disney Comics plans to launch three 'Dick Tracy' graphic novels; preview of The Bat; NYC con pull-out; 20 Nude Dancers 20 - Mark Martin offers an aid to concentration; Grant Morrison and Dave McKean tour with Arkham Asylum. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #842
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    January 5, 1990. Fantagraphics to publish anthology, '1980-1990: Best Comics of Decade'; 'Marvel Super Heroes' quarterly contains 80 pages of new stories; Marvel toys coming. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #843
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    January 12, 1990. Walt Simonson's plans for 'Fantastic Four' - "I thought we'd start the FF on something small and intimate, so we'll begin with the end of the universe"; 20 Nude Dancers 20; Gaylord DuBois. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #844
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    January 19, 1990. John Byrne quits Avengers and talks OMAC; Roy Thomas and Robert E. Howard together again for Dark Horse; Grendel-Con - Wagner and artists go to Idaho. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #845
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    January 26, 1990. 4-issue Green Arrow: Longbow Hunters sequel is by Mike Grell and Michael Davis - 'Song of the Dragon' stars Shado, the female ninja; Disney Publications Editor-in-Chief Len Wein talks of Roger, Tracy, others; Planet of the Apes - series extended beyond original 4 issues; The Simpsons to be weekly TV series; 'Ernie,' a comic strip like none you've seen before. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #846
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    February 2, 1990. Steve Gerber announces She-Hulk plans; Capital City 1989 Awards; Moebius' Airtight Garage to be first U.S.-Soviet animated feature; Eternity to publish Hellrazor graphic novel; Joe Simon writes about Golden Age comic book legends. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #847
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    February 9, 1990. Jim Shooter returns, Voyager introduces 'Valiant' imprint - Nintendo, Western, and Chicago Tribune titles are planned; 'Beetle Bailey' censored; Jack Nicholson will be back in 'Batman III.' Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #848
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    February 16, 1990. 'Arkham Asylum' paperback available from book club; Hawkman, Green Lantern, Bugs Bunny - all three to get series from DC starting in April, May; Comico Illustrated - Comico announces new anthology comic; NBM distributes Dark Horse titles; 'The syndicated Al Williamson' - an interview with Williamson focusing on his strip work. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #849
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    February 23, 1990. Nexus meets Nexus in Nexus #75; new DC series star Hawkman (he chases Byth to Earth), Green Lanterns and Bugs Bunny (Bugs hunts artifacts); Raw - issue features Boody Rogers and chapter 9 of Maus. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #850
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    March 2, 1990. A sample of Disney's first-ever line of comic books; Seduction of the Innocent - rock group features four comics professionals, and they have an album and a video coming out in April; Guest Editorial - what kind of comics retailer refuses to sell something he got for nothing?; Buried Treasures - George Tuska's 'Scorchy Smith'; Golden Age comics boxers; 'Open Space' is previewed; Batman faces a Gotham ghost in 'Legends of the Dark Knight' #6; the new Hawkeye - Steve Gerber says changes go beyond new costume to a new, sardonic attitude. Cover price $2.25.