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Published February 1985 by DC
A New Life for Superman
Paul Kupperberg
Alex Saviuk
Eduardo Barreto (signed)
Superman; Master Jailer (villain); The Monitor (cameo); Harbinger (cameo); Mr. Preston; Dave Padget
"A New Life for Superman" The Master Jailer uses a device from the Monitor to alter Superman's memory so he thinks he's just and ordinary man.
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A New Life for Superman
Writer
Paul Kupperberg
Interior Art
Alex Saviuk
Cover Art
Eduardo Barreto (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman; Master Jailer (villain); The Monitor (cameo); Harbinger (cameo); Mr. Preston; Dave Padget
Storyline
"A New Life for Superman" The Master Jailer uses a device from the Monitor to alter Superman's memory so he thinks he's just and ordinary man.

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...Run for Freedom!
Script
Charlie Boatner
Pencils
Howard Bender
Story Line
Superman helps an escaped alien slave escape from his master.
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Published February 1985 by Marvel
Operation Nerve Center
Alan Zelenetz
Frank Cirocco
Frank Cirocco [as FC] (signed)
"Operation Nerve Center"
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Published February 1985 by Marvel

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Operation Nerve Center
Writer
Alan Zelenetz
Interior Art
Frank Cirocco
Cover Art
Frank Cirocco [as FC] (signed)
Storyline
"Operation Nerve Center"

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"Bottoms up, folks!"
Script
Alan Zelenetz
Pencils
Chris Warner
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Published February 1985 by DC
Oh, Say, Can't You See...?
Roy Thomas
Arvell Jones
Arvell Jones (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Starman [Ted Knight]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Steel [Hank Heywood] (flashback); Neptune Perkins (flashback); Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2, photo); Dr. Fate (photo); Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Amazing-Man; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Tarantula; Guardian (photo); Manhunter [Paul Kirk] (photo); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (photo)]; Kung (villain, brief origin); Sumo the Samurai (villain, brief origin); Tsunami (villain, brief origin); Prince Daka (villain); Winston Churchill (flashback); Doiby Dickles (flashback)
"Oh, Say, Can't You See...?"
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Published February 1985 by DC

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Oh, Say, Can't You See...?
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Arvell Jones
Cover Art
Arvell Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Starman [Ted Knight]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Steel [Hank Heywood] (flashback); Neptune Perkins (flashback); Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2, photo); Dr. Fate (photo); Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Amazing-Man; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Tarantula; Guardian (photo); Manhunter [Paul Kirk] (photo); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (photo)]; Kung (villain, brief origin); Sumo the Samurai (villain, brief origin); Tsunami (villain, brief origin); Prince Daka (villain); Winston Churchill (flashback); Doiby Dickles (flashback)
Storyline
"Oh, Say, Can't You See...?"
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Published February 1985 by Marvel
Turn Again, Turn Again, Time In Thy Flight...
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Heather McNeil Hudson; Puck; Shaman; Snowbird; Talisman [Elizabeth Twoyoungmen] (Introduction, Joins); Ranaq; Zebediah Chase; Lucas Stang
"Turn Again, Turn Again, Time In Thy Flight..." Recognized as the promised one by Snowbird, Elizabeth is compelled to reach into her father's medicine bag and removes a coronet which transforms her into Talisman when she places it on her head. Alpha Flight then travels 100 years into the past to confront the great beast Ranaq.
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Published February 1985 by Marvel

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Turn Again, Turn Again, Time In Thy Flight...
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Heather McNeil Hudson; Puck; Shaman; Snowbird; Talisman [Elizabeth Twoyoungmen] (Introduction, Joins); Ranaq; Zebediah Chase; Lucas Stang
Storyline
"Turn Again, Turn Again, Time In Thy Flight..." Recognized as the promised one by Snowbird, Elizabeth is compelled to reach into her father's medicine bag and removes a coronet which transforms her into Talisman when she places it on her head. Alpha Flight then travels 100 years into the past to confront the great beast Ranaq.
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Published February 1985 by Marvel
The Sins of My Father!
Tom DeFalco
Ron Frenz
Charles Vess (signed)
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Harry Osborn; Liz Osborn; Mary Jane Watson; VILLAINS: Hobgoblin [Roderick Kingsley]; Rose; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Green Goblin [Norman Osborn]
"The Sins of My Father!" The Rose and Hobgoblin have captured Liz and MJ and Harry has to trade their lives for his dad's old Goblin journals. Hobby is mad at only getting one journal as he knocks Harry out and takes him back to the Rose's headquarters. Harry attacks the villain using his own weapons. A fire breaks out in the warehouse trapping MJ and Liz and Liz goes into labor. Spidey takes over Harry's battle with the Hobgoblin. Hobgoblin gets away as Spider-Man gets his pals out of the building. Liz and Harry head for the hospital. Spidey's black alien costume escapes from the Baxter Building.
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The Sins of My Father!
Writer
Tom DeFalco
Interior Art
Ron Frenz
Cover Art
Charles Vess (signed)
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Harry Osborn; Liz Osborn; Mary Jane Watson; VILLAINS: Hobgoblin [Roderick Kingsley]; Rose; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Green Goblin [Norman Osborn]
Storyline
"The Sins of My Father!" The Rose and Hobgoblin have captured Liz and MJ and Harry has to trade their lives for his dad's old Goblin journals. Hobby is mad at only getting one journal as he knocks Harry out and takes him back to the Rose's headquarters. Harry attacks the villain using his own weapons. A fire breaks out in the warehouse trapping MJ and Liz and Liz goes into labor. Spidey takes over Harry's battle with the Hobgoblin. Hobgoblin gets away as Spider-Man gets his pals out of the building. Liz and Harry head for the hospital. Spidey's black alien costume escapes from the Baxter Building.
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Published February 1985 by First
Northern Lights...Double Cross Part III
Howard Chaykin
Howard Chaykin
Howard Chaykin
"Northern Lights...Double Cross Part III"
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Published February 1985 by First

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Northern Lights...Double Cross Part III
Writer
Howard Chaykin
Interior Art
Howard Chaykin
Cover Art
Howard Chaykin
Storyline
"Northern Lights...Double Cross Part III"
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Published February 1985 by DC
Sleepwalkers
Dan Mishkin; Gary Cohn
Ric Estrada
Paris Cullins
"Sleepwalkers"
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Published February 1985 by DC

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Sleepwalkers
Writer
Dan Mishkin; Gary Cohn
Interior Art
Ric Estrada
Cover Art
Paris Cullins
Storyline
"Sleepwalkers"
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Published February 1985 by DC
Sailing to Dilmun
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas
Tony DeZuniga
Tony DeZuniga
Arak; Valda; Satyricus; Malagigi; Sharizad; Alsind; Captain Re-is Hazz; Angelica
"Sailing to Dilmun" Arak and friends board a ship to search for Arak's homeland. Not long into the voyage, though, a vicious storm hits and Valda is washed overboard and disappears. When the ship chances upon an island, Arak disembarks with Satyricus to investigate. There, they find a city whose populace has gathered at the arena to watch Valda fight for her life against a huge bull. Arak and Satyricus jump to her aid and kill the beast, but Arak's friends are then swallowed by a fissure in the ground. To his horror, Arak realizes the high priestess of the island is none other than his old foe, Angelica!
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Published February 1985 by DC

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Sailing to Dilmun
Writer
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas
Interior Art
Tony DeZuniga
Cover Art
Tony DeZuniga
Character Appearances
Arak; Valda; Satyricus; Malagigi; Sharizad; Alsind; Captain Re-is Hazz; Angelica
Storyline
"Sailing to Dilmun" Arak and friends board a ship to search for Arak's homeland. Not long into the voyage, though, a vicious storm hits and Valda is washed overboard and disappears. When the ship chances upon an island, Arak disembarks with Satyricus to investigate. There, they find a city whose populace has gathered at the arena to watch Valda fight for her life against a huge bull. Arak and Satyricus jump to her aid and kill the beast, but Arak's friends are then swallowed by a fissure in the ground. To his horror, Arak realizes the high priestess of the island is none other than his old foe, Angelica!
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Published February 1985 by Archie
Lonely Lobo
Bob Bolling
Bob Bolling
Bob Bolling (signed)
Archie Andrews; Waldo Weatherbee; Veronica Lodge; Hiram Lodge; Billy Grumbelly; Kanyook (wolf); un-named zookeeper
"Lonely Lobo" Mr. Weatherbee tells us how Archie came to have a strange attachment to an old, mean wolf at the zoo. In flashback, Archie goes up to Mr. Lodge's North Woods retreat to do a report on wolves, and goes flying over the forest with Mr. Lodge. When the plane crash-lands and Archie is knocked out, Mr. Lodge goes to get help, but while he's alone in the stranded plane, Archie is almost trampled by a stampede of caribou. And after he manages to out of the plane, he faces an even worse problem: Kanyook, a starving outcast wolf who used to be the leader of his pack.
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Published February 1985 by Archie

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Story Title
Lonely Lobo
Writer
Bob Bolling
Interior Art
Bob Bolling
Cover Art
Bob Bolling (signed)
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Waldo Weatherbee; Veronica Lodge; Hiram Lodge; Billy Grumbelly; Kanyook (wolf); un-named zookeeper
Storyline
"Lonely Lobo" Mr. Weatherbee tells us how Archie came to have a strange attachment to an old, mean wolf at the zoo. In flashback, Archie goes up to Mr. Lodge's North Woods retreat to do a report on wolves, and goes flying over the forest with Mr. Lodge. When the plane crash-lands and Archie is knocked out, Mr. Lodge goes to get help, but while he's alone in the stranded plane, Archie is almost trampled by a stampede of caribou. And after he manages to out of the plane, he faces an even worse problem: Kanyook, a starving outcast wolf who used to be the leader of his pack.
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Published February 1985 by Archie
The Great Quiz Whiz Contest!
Mike Pellowski
Stan Goldberg
Stan Goldberg
Moose Mason; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Miss Grundy; Mr. Weatherbee; Dilton Doiley; Reggie Mantle; Midge Klump; Chuck Clayton; Mr. Lars
"The Great Quiz Whiz Contest!" Moose helps the Riverdale Quiz Bowl team win against their rivals.
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Published February 1985 by Archie

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The Great Quiz Whiz Contest!
Writer
Mike Pellowski
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg
Cover Art
Stan Goldberg
Character Appearances
Moose Mason; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Miss Grundy; Mr. Weatherbee; Dilton Doiley; Reggie Mantle; Midge Klump; Chuck Clayton; Mr. Lars
Storyline
"The Great Quiz Whiz Contest!" Moose helps the Riverdale Quiz Bowl team win against their rivals.
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Published February 1985 by Archie
Cafeteria Blues
George Gladir
Dan DeCarlo, Jr.
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
"Cafeteria Blues"
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Published February 1985 by Archie

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Cafeteria Blues
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo, Jr.
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Storyline
"Cafeteria Blues"

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Ski Saga
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo, Jr.
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Suspicious
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo, Jr.
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Men's Wear Everywhere
Script
Dick Malmgren
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty and Veronica are wearing the latest fashion, men's clothing, but Archie and Reggie make fun of them.
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Published February 1985 by Archie
Three Is Trouble
Frank Doyle
Bob Bolling
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Sabrina Spellman; Aunt Hilda; The Watchdog Committee; Tidbit O'Toole; Cousin Ambrose
"Three Is Trouble" Tidbit O'Toole has Aunt Hilda and Sabrina fight back against the Watchdog Committee, a committee that fines witches that show Christmas spirit.
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Published February 1985 by Archie

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Three Is Trouble
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Bob Bolling
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Sabrina Spellman; Aunt Hilda; The Watchdog Committee; Tidbit O'Toole; Cousin Ambrose
Storyline
"Three Is Trouble" Tidbit O'Toole has Aunt Hilda and Sabrina fight back against the Watchdog Committee, a committee that fines witches that show Christmas spirit.

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Story Title
The Music Master
Script
Dexter Taylor
Pencils
Dexter Taylor
Story Line
Professor Flutesnoot wants Little Archie out of the school band, so he assigns him the large and heavy tuba.

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Story Title
East Is West
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Alex gets the Pussycats a gig at a Chinese social club, so the girls buy Chinese costumes and learn to play Chinese music. It turns out that the audience is full of Chinese teenagers who want to see and hear the regular Pussycats and their music.

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Story Title
Wheel Spiel
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo Jr.
Story Line
Archie's horoscope tells him that "wheels will be his undoing", so he forces The Archies to travel to their gig via balloon, dogsled, and snowshoes. The band gets to the gig late, and finds that their act has been replaced by a band called The Wheels.
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Published February 1985 by DC
The Weaver
Paul Kupperberg
Cara Sherman-Tereno
Jan Duursema (signed)
Arion; Bzil; Minister Termaine; Wing; D'Tilluh; Kali; Mara; Wyynde; Weaver
"The Weaver"
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Published February 1985 by DC

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Story Title
The Weaver
Writer
Paul Kupperberg
Interior Art
Cara Sherman-Tereno
Cover Art
Jan Duursema (signed)
Character Appearances
Arion; Bzil; Minister Termaine; Wing; D'Tilluh; Kali; Mara; Wyynde; Weaver
Storyline
"The Weaver"

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Story Title
Retribution
Script
Paul Kupperberg
Pencils
Jan Duursema
Story Line
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Published February 1985 by DC
Lost in the Multiverse
Mike Baron
Ed Barreto
Ed Barreto (signed)
Atari Force [Martin Champion; Dart; Pakrat; Babe; Morphea; Taz]; Kargg; Blackjak; the Hukka; Rident
"Lost in the Multiverse" Following the destruction of the mulitverse by the Dark Destroyer, Scanner One flies through a new universe. Unknown to the crew though, Kargg is onboard, with vengeance on his mind.
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Lost in the Multiverse
Writer
Mike Baron
Interior Art
Ed Barreto
Cover Art
Ed Barreto (signed)
Character Appearances
Atari Force [Martin Champion; Dart; Pakrat; Babe; Morphea; Taz]; Kargg; Blackjak; the Hukka; Rident
Storyline
"Lost in the Multiverse" Following the destruction of the mulitverse by the Dark Destroyer, Scanner One flies through a new universe. Unknown to the crew though, Kargg is onboard, with vengeance on his mind.

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Story Title
A Babe in Arms
Script
Dave Manak
Pencils
Klaus Janson
Story Line
When Babe is accidentally knocked out of his nest, he saves an astro pilot from some tiny cannibals. To return the favor, the pilot delivers Babe back to his nest.
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Published February 1985 by Eclipse
Wanted for Mass Murder
Steve Moore [as Pedro Henry]
Steve Dillon
Alan Davis
"Wanted for Mass Murder"
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Published February 1985 by Eclipse

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Story Title
Wanted for Mass Murder
Writer
Steve Moore [as Pedro Henry]
Interior Art
Steve Dillon
Cover Art
Alan Davis
Storyline
"Wanted for Mass Murder"

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Story Title
untitled
Script
Steve Moore [as Pedro Henry]
Pencils
Cam Kennedy
Story Line

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Story Title
The Shroud, the Spire and the Stars
Script
Steve Parkhouse
Pencils
John Ridgway
Story Line
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Published February 1985 by Eclipse
Lord of the Smoking Mirror
Doug Moench
Dan Day
Dan Day
"Lord of the Smoking Mirror"
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Published February 1985 by Eclipse

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Story Title
Lord of the Smoking Mirror
Writer
Doug Moench
Interior Art
Dan Day
Cover Art
Dan Day
Storyline
"Lord of the Smoking Mirror"

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Story Title
The Backscram's Apprentice
Script
Doug Moench
Pencils
Nicholas Koenig
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Published February 1985 by DC
End of the Bat
Doug Moench
Rick Hoberg
Rick Hoberg
Harvey Bullock; Commissioner James Gordon; Batman; Nocturna (villain); Jason Todd; Dr. Fang (villain); Night-Slayer (villain)
"End of the Bat" Batman searches for Night Slayer as Dr. Fang, recently released from prison, vows to settle the score with Batman. Jason Todd spends some time with his adoptive mother, Nocturna.
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End of the Bat
Writer
Doug Moench
Interior Art
Rick Hoberg
Cover Art
Rick Hoberg
Character Appearances
Harvey Bullock; Commissioner James Gordon; Batman; Nocturna (villain); Jason Todd; Dr. Fang (villain); Night-Slayer (villain)
Storyline
"End of the Bat" Batman searches for Night Slayer as Dr. Fang, recently released from prison, vows to settle the score with Batman. Jason Todd spends some time with his adoptive mother, Nocturna.
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Published February 1985 by DC
Who Wears The Crown of Ra?
Mike W. Barr
Jim Aparo
Jim Aparo (signed)
Batman; Outsiders [Geo-Force; Black Lightning; Metamorpho; Katana; Halo]; Sapphire Stagg; Dr. Jace; Ahk-ton (villain)
"Who Wears The Crown of Ra?"
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Published February 1985 by DC

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Who Wears The Crown of Ra?
Writer
Mike W. Barr
Interior Art
Jim Aparo
Cover Art
Jim Aparo (signed)
Character Appearances
Batman; Outsiders [Geo-Force; Black Lightning; Metamorpho; Katana; Halo]; Sapphire Stagg; Dr. Jace; Ahk-ton (villain)
Storyline
"Who Wears The Crown of Ra?"
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Published February 1985 by Marvel
Heartbreak Hotel
Ann Nocenti
Don Perlin
Bill Sienkiewicz (signed)
Beast; Dazzler; Max Rocker; Ivich; Poltergiest; Link; Dr. Doom (villain); Alexander Flynn (villain); Hugo Longride (villain); Horn (villain)
"Heartbreak Hotel" Dazzler's powers are out of control and she is recuperating under the watchful eye of Beast at the Heartbreak Hotel, a residence for displaced mutants; In such an intimate setting and under such extreme circumstances, the pair begin to foster a romance; Alexander Flynn arrives at the hotel and promises to help Dazzler with her power problems if she will come perform at Hugo Longride's underground theater; Despite Beast's protests she agrees; Beast follows and attends Dazzler's first performance and is horrified to find that the theater is a giant arena where mutants engage in gladiatorial combat; Alex promises Dazzler that the whole thing is staged but a mutant is killed during one of the fights; Beast tries to get Dazzler to leave with him but she begins to feel at home with her fellow misfit mutants and refuses.
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Published February 1985 by Marvel

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Story Title
Heartbreak Hotel
Writer
Ann Nocenti
Interior Art
Don Perlin
Cover Art
Bill Sienkiewicz (signed)
Character Appearances
Beast; Dazzler; Max Rocker; Ivich; Poltergiest; Link; Dr. Doom (villain); Alexander Flynn (villain); Hugo Longride (villain); Horn (villain)
Storyline
"Heartbreak Hotel" Dazzler's powers are out of control and she is recuperating under the watchful eye of Beast at the Heartbreak Hotel, a residence for displaced mutants; In such an intimate setting and under such extreme circumstances, the pair begin to foster a romance; Alexander Flynn arrives at the hotel and promises to help Dazzler with her power problems if she will come perform at Hugo Longride's underground theater; Despite Beast's protests she agrees; Beast follows and attends Dazzler's first performance and is horrified to find that the theater is a giant arena where mutants engage in gladiatorial combat; Alex promises Dazzler that the whole thing is staged but a mutant is killed during one of the fights; Beast tries to get Dazzler to leave with him but she begins to feel at home with her fellow misfit mutants and refuses.
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