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Published January 1996 by Marvel
Mid Day Sun
Warren Ellis
Dale Eaglesham
Humberto Ramos (signed)
Spider-Man 2099 [Miguel O'Hara]; Bloodhawk; Doom 2099; Ghost Rider 2099; Fantastic Four 2099; X-Nation 2099
"Mid Day Sun"
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Mid Day Sun
Writer
Warren Ellis
Interior Art
Dale Eaglesham
Cover Art
Humberto Ramos (signed)
Character Appearances
Spider-Man 2099 [Miguel O'Hara]; Bloodhawk; Doom 2099; Ghost Rider 2099; Fantastic Four 2099; X-Nation 2099
Storyline
"Mid Day Sun"
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Published January 1996 by DC
H'Tros City! [The Trial of Superman, Part 9 of 12]
David Michelinie
Kieron Dwyer
Kieron Dwyer (signed)
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Superboy; Lois Lane; Perry White; Vern; Mope [Mope-Stattor Neer]; The Tribunal [Prime]; Nrn'Frok (corpse); H'Tros Warriors (villains); Cyborg [Hank Henshaw] (villain)
"H'Tros City! [The Trial of Superman, Part 9 of 12]" Cyborg goes on the hunt for Superman and Mope, bringing them back to the Tribunal.
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Published January 1996 by DC

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H'Tros City! [The Trial of Superman, Part 9 of 12]
Writer
David Michelinie
Interior Art
Kieron Dwyer
Cover Art
Kieron Dwyer (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Superboy; Lois Lane; Perry White; Vern; Mope [Mope-Stattor Neer]; The Tribunal [Prime]; Nrn'Frok (corpse); H'Tros Warriors (villains); Cyborg [Hank Henshaw] (villain)
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"H'Tros City! [The Trial of Superman, Part 9 of 12]" Cyborg goes on the hunt for Superman and Mope, bringing them back to the Tribunal.
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Artbabe in Too Punk To Funk?
Jessica Abel
Jessica Abel
Elizabeth Watasin
Artbabe
"Artbabe in Too Punk To Funk?"
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Artbabe in Too Punk To Funk?
Writer
Jessica Abel
Interior Art
Jessica Abel
Cover Art
Elizabeth Watasin
Character Appearances
Artbabe
Storyline
"Artbabe in Too Punk To Funk?"

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Eight Questions
Script
Roberta Gregory
Pencils
Roberta Gregory
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A "to the best of my recollection" tale of from Roberta Gregory's first year of college in 1971 about a man she knew and went on a couple dates with. A few years later she saw him on the news for shooting people in a shopping center.

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The Bat
Script
Chris Tobey
Pencils
Chris Tobey
Story Line
Three roommate deal with a live bat in their apartment in the middle of the night.

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The Other Ending
Script
Elizabeth Watasin
Pencils
Elizabeth Watasin
Story Line
Humorous 10-panel strip featuring an alternative ending to "Morning."

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Morning
Script
Elizabeth Watasin
Pencils
Elizabeth Watasin
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Pizza Face
Script
Carolyn Ridsdale
Pencils
Carolyn Ridsdale
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Published January 1996 by DC
Justice! [The Trial of Superman, Part 12 of 12]
Karl Kesel
Stuart Immonen
Stuart Immonen (signed)
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Superboy; Supergirl [Matrix]; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Alpha Centurion [Marcus Aelius]; Eradicator; Lois Lane; Cyborg [Hank Henshaw] (villain); Tribunal [Prime (death); Pollux; Ternion]
"Justice! [The Trial of Superman, Part 12 of 12]" Superman and his allies return to Tribunal World and debate Superman's and Mope's sentences one last time. Both Superman and Tribunal Prime receive their final punishments, and Superman returns to Earth and Lois.
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Justice! [The Trial of Superman, Part 12 of 12]
Writer
Karl Kesel
Interior Art
Stuart Immonen
Cover Art
Stuart Immonen (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Superboy; Supergirl [Matrix]; Steel [John Henry Irons]; Alpha Centurion [Marcus Aelius]; Eradicator; Lois Lane; Cyborg [Hank Henshaw] (villain); Tribunal [Prime (death); Pollux; Ternion]
Storyline
"Justice! [The Trial of Superman, Part 12 of 12]" Superman and his allies return to Tribunal World and debate Superman's and Mope's sentences one last time. Both Superman and Tribunal Prime receive their final punishments, and Superman returns to Earth and Lois.
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Published January 1996 by Dark Horse
Who Is That Masked Man? (Part 1)
Michael Eury
Neil Vokes
Bruce Timm (signed)
The Mask [Stanley Ipkiss]; Milo; Mrs. Peenman; Peggy Brandt; Pretorius; Charlie; Matilda; Lt. Kellaway; Walter
"Who Is That Masked Man? (Part 1)" A mild man turns into a crime fighter with special powers when wearing an ancient mask.
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Published January 1996 by Dark Horse

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Who Is That Masked Man? (Part 1)
Writer
Michael Eury
Interior Art
Neil Vokes
Cover Art
Bruce Timm (signed)
Character Appearances
The Mask [Stanley Ipkiss]; Milo; Mrs. Peenman; Peggy Brandt; Pretorius; Charlie; Matilda; Lt. Kellaway; Walter
Storyline
"Who Is That Masked Man? (Part 1)" A mild man turns into a crime fighter with special powers when wearing an ancient mask.
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Steven A. Gallacci
Steven A. Gallacci
Steven A. Gallacci
Teka; Col Hitzok; Toki
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Steven A. Gallacci
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Steven A. Gallacci
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Steven A. Gallacci
Character Appearances
Teka; Col Hitzok; Toki

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A Favor for a Friend
Script
Fred Patten
Pencils
Terrie Smith
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Published January 1996 by Dark Horse
Denis Beauvais (signed, painting)
Near Mint 9.4

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Published January 1996 by Dark Horse

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Denis Beauvais (signed, painting)
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Published January 1996 by Marvel
Amazing Adventures
Kurt Busiek
Paul Lee; Terese Nielsen; Alexi Taylor; Greg Loundon; Ken Meyer, Jr. (all painted)
Paul Lee (painted)
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; May Parker; Flash Thompson; Liz Allan; Sally Avril; Jason Ionello; Tiny McKeever; Maxie Shiffman; Grace; Joey Pulaski (introduction, villain); Kingpin [Wilson Fisk]; Supercharger [Ronald Hillard] (unnamed); Charlie; Seymour; Uncle Ben (flashback); Jake; Cyclops (cameo)
"Amazing Adventures" Spider-Man befriends Josephine (Joey) Pulaski, a teen-age girl mutant with energy powers, but finds she's working for the mob.
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Published January 1996 by Marvel

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Story Title
Amazing Adventures
Writer
Kurt Busiek
Interior Art
Paul Lee; Terese Nielsen; Alexi Taylor; Greg Loundon; Ken Meyer, Jr. (all painted)
Cover Art
Paul Lee (painted)
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; May Parker; Flash Thompson; Liz Allan; Sally Avril; Jason Ionello; Tiny McKeever; Maxie Shiffman; Grace; Joey Pulaski (introduction, villain); Kingpin [Wilson Fisk]; Supercharger [Ronald Hillard] (unnamed); Charlie; Seymour; Uncle Ben (flashback); Jake; Cyclops (cameo)
Storyline
"Amazing Adventures" Spider-Man befriends Josephine (Joey) Pulaski, a teen-age girl mutant with energy powers, but finds she's working for the mob.
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Published January 1996 by DC

Pulp Fiction Cover

Natural Born Jokers
Dave King
Leonardo Batic
?
Yakko Warner; Wakko Warner; Dot Warner; Pinky; The Brain
"Natural Born Jokers"
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Published January 1996 by DC

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Natural Born Jokers
Writer
Dave King
Interior Art
Leonardo Batic
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Yakko Warner; Wakko Warner; Dot Warner; Pinky; The Brain
Storyline
"Natural Born Jokers"

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Pulped Fractions
Script
Dave King
Pencils
Leonardo Batic
Story Line
Yakko, Wakko and Dot want to help Squintin Tarantella with his new movie, Pulped Fractions.

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Reservoir Mice
Script
Dave King
Pencils
Walter Carzon
Story Line
Pinky plans to take over the world with a laughing serum.
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Published January 1996 by Valiant

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Published January 1996 by DC
Kings
Peter David
Martin Egeland
Martin Egeland
Aquaman; Dardan; Dolphin; Fire; Guy Gardner; Ice Maiden; Kelt (dolphin); Kordax; Martian Manhunter; Obsidian; Vulko; Wonder Woman
"Kings" The JLA comes to Poseidonis to check out the threats made by Thanatos, and get booted out by Aquaman and Dolphin. Kordax enslaves all the people of Poseidonis after beating up Koryak.
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Story Title
Kings
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Martin Egeland
Character Appearances
Aquaman; Dardan; Dolphin; Fire; Guy Gardner; Ice Maiden; Kelt (dolphin); Kordax; Martian Manhunter; Obsidian; Vulko; Wonder Woman
Storyline
"Kings" The JLA comes to Poseidonis to check out the threats made by Thanatos, and get booted out by Aquaman and Dolphin. Kordax enslaves all the people of Poseidonis after beating up Koryak.
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Published January 1996 by Valiant
And Then There Was One
Susan Wright; Jeofrey Vita
Alex Maleev
Mike Dringenberg (Painted)
"And Then There Was One"
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Story Title
And Then There Was One
Writer
Susan Wright; Jeofrey Vita
Interior Art
Alex Maleev
Cover Art
Mike Dringenberg (Painted)
Storyline
"And Then There Was One"
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Published January 1996 by Archie
Bill Golliher; ? (photograph)
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Published January 1996 by Archie

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Bill Golliher; ? (photograph)
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Published January 1996 by Archie
Party Hardy
Mike Pellowski
Stan Goldberg
Stan Goldberg
Jughead Jones; Gladys Jones; Archie Andrews; Mary Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Forsythe P. Jones II; Jellybean Jones
"Party Hardy" Jughead spends all day cooking a "thank you" meal for his friends, only to have them bail on him for various reasons.
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Published January 1996 by Archie

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Party Hardy
Writer
Mike Pellowski
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg
Cover Art
Stan Goldberg
Character Appearances
Jughead Jones; Gladys Jones; Archie Andrews; Mary Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Forsythe P. Jones II; Jellybean Jones
Storyline
"Party Hardy" Jughead spends all day cooking a "thank you" meal for his friends, only to have them bail on him for various reasons.

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Game Plan
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Sean Murphey
Story Line
Jughead wins a bet with Reggie on a football game.

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Plane Crazy
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Mr. Weatherbee is suddenly inundated by paper airplanes.

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The Winds Of War
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Jughead's attempts to clean the front hall at school do more harm than good.

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Say Watt
Script
Hal Smith
Pencils
Mike Worley
Story Line
Jughead gets caught sleeping in class.

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Story Title
House Of Riverdale Part 3
Script
Batton Lash
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Lured into the House Of Riverdale by a possessed Reggie, Jughead finds Betty and Veronica equally possessed and a spirit bent on making him next.
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Published January 1996 by Marvel
The Shadow Lengthens
Scott Lobdell (Plot); Jeph Loeb
Gene Ha
Gene Ha [as Ha] (signed)
Nathan Dayspring [Cable; Nathan Christopher Summers]; GUESTS: Tetherblood; Blaquesmith; Professor; Fossil; Sanctity; Aliya; VILLAINS: Stryfe; Ch'Vayre; Strator Umbridge; Tribune Haight; Zero; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Apocalypse; X-Men--Professor X; Cyclops; Jean Grey; Iceman; Beast; Colossus; Storm; Kitty Pryde; Wolverine; Rachel Summers; Bishop; Shard
"The Shadow Lengthens" Young Nathan Dayspring has grown into an angry young man. He and Tetherblood are arrested by Straitor Umbridge. Nate begins to suffer from the techno-organic virus and is helped by the mysterious Blaquesmith and plucks the "Professor" from Nate's chest and begins to act as Nathan's personal guide. Nate and Tetherblood crawl into an escape pod and take off. Tribune Haight tells Umbridge that he wants her to destroy the last of the Clan Askani. In Egypt, Nathan's evil clone, Stryfe, activates the android, Zero, in hopes that the unit will help him resurrect the high lord Apocalypse.
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Story Title
The Shadow Lengthens
Writer
Scott Lobdell (Plot); Jeph Loeb
Interior Art
Gene Ha
Cover Art
Gene Ha [as Ha] (signed)
Character Appearances
Nathan Dayspring [Cable; Nathan Christopher Summers]; GUESTS: Tetherblood; Blaquesmith; Professor; Fossil; Sanctity; Aliya; VILLAINS: Stryfe; Ch'Vayre; Strator Umbridge; Tribune Haight; Zero; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Apocalypse; X-Men--Professor X; Cyclops; Jean Grey; Iceman; Beast; Colossus; Storm; Kitty Pryde; Wolverine; Rachel Summers; Bishop; Shard
Storyline
"The Shadow Lengthens" Young Nathan Dayspring has grown into an angry young man. He and Tetherblood are arrested by Straitor Umbridge. Nate begins to suffer from the techno-organic virus and is helped by the mysterious Blaquesmith and plucks the "Professor" from Nate's chest and begins to act as Nathan's personal guide. Nate and Tetherblood crawl into an escape pod and take off. Tribune Haight tells Umbridge that he wants her to destroy the last of the Clan Askani. In Egypt, Nathan's evil clone, Stryfe, activates the android, Zero, in hopes that the unit will help him resurrect the high lord Apocalypse.
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Published January 1996 by Image
Dinner at Eight
Kurt Busiek
Brent Anderson
Alex Ross (painted)
Samaritan; Winged Victory; N-Forcer; Quarrel [Jessica Darlene Taggart]; Cleopatra; The Black Napier; MPH; Beautie; Crackerjack; Goldenboy; First Family [Rex; Nick Furst; Natalie Furst; Astra Furst; Julius Furst; Augustus Furst]
"Dinner at Eight" Samaritan and Winged Victory go on a date, but end up discussing business. Samaritan tells how he came to the present from the future to prevent the space shuttle disaster in 1986, but when he returned to his time, it had changed and he no longer existed there. Winged Victory grows frustrated with the differences between her and Samaritan, but they come to an understanding and seal it with a kiss before heading back to work.
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Published January 1996 by Image

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Story Title
Dinner at Eight
Writer
Kurt Busiek
Interior Art
Brent Anderson
Cover Art
Alex Ross (painted)
Character Appearances
Samaritan; Winged Victory; N-Forcer; Quarrel [Jessica Darlene Taggart]; Cleopatra; The Black Napier; MPH; Beautie; Crackerjack; Goldenboy; First Family [Rex; Nick Furst; Natalie Furst; Astra Furst; Julius Furst; Augustus Furst]
Storyline
"Dinner at Eight" Samaritan and Winged Victory go on a date, but end up discussing business. Samaritan tells how he came to the present from the future to prevent the space shuttle disaster in 1986, but when he returned to his time, it had changed and he no longer existed there. Winged Victory grows frustrated with the differences between her and Samaritan, but they come to an understanding and seal it with a kiss before heading back to work.
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To Die For
David Campiti; Mike Buckley
Mike Deodato Jr.
Mike Deodato Jr.
Death Kiss; Angelique Sorayama; Oyabun Masusetske
"To Die For" Angelique Sorayama battles a giant soldier. Then Death Kiss deals with Oyabun Masusetske, Don of the Yakuza.
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To Die For
Writer
David Campiti; Mike Buckley
Interior Art
Mike Deodato Jr.
Cover Art
Mike Deodato Jr.
Character Appearances
Death Kiss; Angelique Sorayama; Oyabun Masusetske
Storyline
"To Die For" Angelique Sorayama battles a giant soldier. Then Death Kiss deals with Oyabun Masusetske, Don of the Yakuza.

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Phantasm
Script
Robert Napton
Pencils
Pop Mhan
Story Line
Avengelyne dreams about the escape from purgatory of Faith and B'Liale.

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Story Title
creation of Stone
Script
Eric Stephenson
Pencils
Chap Yaep
Story Line
A Vizier transforms a man into a warrior called Stone to fight against the Black Knight.

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Story Title
Beanworld - chapter two
Script
Larry Marder
Pencils
Larry Marder
Story Line
An alien tries to extort Mr Spook and his friends for protection.

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Story Title
Baptism of Fire (part 2 of 3)
Script
Robert Napton
Pencils
Richard Horie; Brian Denham
Story Line
The early days of Adama. Lt. Adama versus Lt. Cain in training exercises. They team up to infiltrate the Cylon outpost on Onaka.
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"This is Dagney Holt reporting"
Robert Napton (plot, script); Rob Liefeld (plot)
John Stinsman
John Stinsman (signed)
""This is Dagney Holt reporting""
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"This is Dagney Holt reporting"
Writer
Robert Napton (plot, script); Rob Liefeld (plot)
Interior Art
John Stinsman
Cover Art
John Stinsman (signed)
Storyline
""This is Dagney Holt reporting""
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Published January 1996 by Marvel
Bad Blood
Bob Harras (plot); Terry Kavanagh (plot); Ben Raab (script)
Mike Deodato Jr.
Mike Deodato Jr. (signed)
The Avengers [Giant-Man [Hank Pym]; Black Widow [Natasha Romanov]; Deathcry; Crystal; Hercules; Quicksilver; Vision; Hawkeye; Wasp; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Black Panther]; Swordsman; Malachi; Tobias; Mantis; Tuc; Masque; Kang the Conquerer
"Bad Blood" Wasp gains new appearance.
Near Mint 9.4

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Published January 1996 by Marvel

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Bad Blood
Writer
Bob Harras (plot); Terry Kavanagh (plot); Ben Raab (script)
Interior Art
Mike Deodato Jr.
Cover Art
Mike Deodato Jr. (signed)
Character Appearances
The Avengers [Giant-Man [Hank Pym]; Black Widow [Natasha Romanov]; Deathcry; Crystal; Hercules; Quicksilver; Vision; Hawkeye; Wasp; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Black Panther]; Swordsman; Malachi; Tobias; Mantis; Tuc; Masque; Kang the Conquerer
Storyline
"Bad Blood" Wasp gains new appearance.
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Published January 1996 by Image
"How much longer is this going to take?"
Sean Ruffner; Brett Booth
Mel Rubi
Mel Rubi (signed)
Taboo; Grifter; Crimson; Cyberjack; Kaizen
""How much longer is this going to take?""
Near Mint- 9.2

$9.00

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Published January 1996 by Image

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"How much longer is this going to take?"
Writer
Sean Ruffner; Brett Booth
Interior Art
Mel Rubi
Cover Art
Mel Rubi (signed)
Character Appearances
Taboo; Grifter; Crimson; Cyberjack; Kaizen
Storyline
""How much longer is this going to take?""
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