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Published February 1988 by Marvel
Notes from the World
Doug Murray
Wayne Vansant (breakdowns)
John Beatty (signed)
"Notes from the World"
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Published February 1988 by Marvel

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Story Title
Notes from the World
Writer
Doug Murray
Interior Art
Wayne Vansant (breakdowns)
Cover Art
John Beatty (signed)
Storyline
"Notes from the World"
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Servant of Evil!
Tom Tully
Dave Gibbons
Ron Randall (signed)
"Servant of Evil!"
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Servant of Evil!
Writer
Tom Tully
Interior Art
Dave Gibbons
Cover Art
Ron Randall (signed)
Storyline
"Servant of Evil!"

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Script
Gerry Finley-Day
Pencils
Cam Kennedy
Story Line
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Published February 1988 by 3-D Zone
The Dust Doom!
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Bob Powell (signed)
Bob Powell
"The Dust Doom!"
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Published February 1988 by 3-D Zone

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The Dust Doom!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bob Powell (signed)
Cover Art
Bob Powell
Storyline
"The Dust Doom!"

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The Devil Machine!
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Powell (signed)
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The Nothing Weapon!
Script
?
Pencils
Al Williamson
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The Interplanetary War!
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Powell (signed)
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Published February 1988 by DC
Point of View
John Byrne (co-plot; script); Jerry Ordway (co-plot)
Jerry Ordway
Jerry Ordway (signed) [as Da Ordster]
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Celia Windward; Lois Lane; Gangbuster [Jose Delgado]; Cynthia; VILLAINS: Combattor [Lawrence Henry Chin] (dies); Lex Luthor
"Point of View" Lex Luthor describes to Celia Windward how he percieves the battle between Combattor and Superman will go, when in reality, it is Gangbuster who fights Combattor and ends up stopping him, but also ends up paralyzed for life.
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Published February 1988 by DC

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Point of View
Writer
John Byrne (co-plot; script); Jerry Ordway (co-plot)
Interior Art
Jerry Ordway
Cover Art
Jerry Ordway (signed) [as Da Ordster]
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Celia Windward; Lois Lane; Gangbuster [Jose Delgado]; Cynthia; VILLAINS: Combattor [Lawrence Henry Chin] (dies); Lex Luthor
Storyline
"Point of View" Lex Luthor describes to Celia Windward how he percieves the battle between Combattor and Superman will go, when in reality, it is Gangbuster who fights Combattor and ends up stopping him, but also ends up paralyzed for life.
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Published February 1988 by Eclipse
Chain of Fools
Chuck Dixon
Stan Woch
Stan Woch
Airboy; Hirota; Valkyrie; Skywolf; La Lupina; Iron Ace; Bogantillan ministers; minister of State; head of National Security (dies); Presidente Guillermo; Bogantillans
"Chain of Fools"
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Published February 1988 by Eclipse

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Chain of Fools
Writer
Chuck Dixon
Interior Art
Stan Woch
Cover Art
Stan Woch
Character Appearances
Airboy; Hirota; Valkyrie; Skywolf; La Lupina; Iron Ace; Bogantillan ministers; minister of State; head of National Security (dies); Presidente Guillermo; Bogantillans
Storyline
"Chain of Fools"

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Bachelor Party
Script
Chuck Dixon
Pencils
Dan Spiegle
Story Line
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Published February 1988 by Marvel
Call to Battle
Chuck Dixon; Carl Potts (Producer)
Larry Stroman
Larry Stroman
"Call to Battle"
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Published February 1988 by Marvel

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Call to Battle
Writer
Chuck Dixon; Carl Potts (Producer)
Interior Art
Larry Stroman
Cover Art
Larry Stroman
Storyline
"Call to Battle"
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Published February 1988 by Marvel
Identity Crisis!
Bill Mantlo
Jim Lee
Carl Potts (signed); Jim Lee (signed)
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [Heather Hudson]; Box [Madison Jeffries]; Sasquatch [Wanda Langkowski]]; Beta Flight [Purple Girl; Manikin; Goblyn [Laura Dean]]; VILLAINS: Tundra; Somon; Kariooq; Tolomaq; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Shaman; Talisman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Puck; Bedlam; Freakout; Janus; Breakdown; Smart Alec; Gary Cody
"Identity Crisis!" Sasquatch is having an identity crisis while trying to adjust to his new female body and the great beasts use this moment of weakness to ask him to return to their fold. Alpha Flight battles the great beasts once again and Jeffries uses Bedlam's underground base to turn Box into a giant robot to defeat Tundra.
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Published February 1988 by Marvel

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Identity Crisis!
Writer
Bill Mantlo
Interior Art
Jim Lee
Cover Art
Carl Potts (signed); Jim Lee (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [Heather Hudson]; Box [Madison Jeffries]; Sasquatch [Wanda Langkowski]]; Beta Flight [Purple Girl; Manikin; Goblyn [Laura Dean]]; VILLAINS: Tundra; Somon; Kariooq; Tolomaq; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Shaman; Talisman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Puck; Bedlam; Freakout; Janus; Breakdown; Smart Alec; Gary Cody
Storyline
"Identity Crisis!" Sasquatch is having an identity crisis while trying to adjust to his new female body and the great beasts use this moment of weakness to ask him to return to their fold. Alpha Flight battles the great beasts once again and Jeffries uses Bedlam's underground base to turn Box into a giant robot to defeat Tundra.
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Published February 1988 by First
Sometimes a Great Notion Goes Awry Part 3
Howard Chaykin (plot); Mindy Newell (script)
Mike Vosburg
Howard Chaykin
"Sometimes a Great Notion Goes Awry Part 3"
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Published February 1988 by First

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Sometimes a Great Notion Goes Awry Part 3
Writer
Howard Chaykin (plot); Mindy Newell (script)
Interior Art
Mike Vosburg
Cover Art
Howard Chaykin
Storyline
"Sometimes a Great Notion Goes Awry Part 3"
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Published February 1988 by DC
After the Fall
Keith Giffen; Mindy Newell
Esteban Maroto
Esteban Maroto
"After the Fall"
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Published February 1988 by DC

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Story Title
After the Fall
Writer
Keith Giffen; Mindy Newell
Interior Art
Esteban Maroto
Cover Art
Esteban Maroto
Storyline
"After the Fall"
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Fight Scene
Henry Vogel
Mark Propst
Mark Propst
GS: Clint the Repo Man, Officer Pinback; V: Sparky the Electrical Virus (I); I: George, Jane, Judy, and Elroy Jett (I)
"Fight Scene"
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Story Title
Fight Scene
Writer
Henry Vogel
Interior Art
Mark Propst
Cover Art
Mark Propst
Character Appearances
GS: Clint the Repo Man, Officer Pinback; V: Sparky the Electrical Virus (I); I: George, Jane, Judy, and Elroy Jett (I)
Storyline
"Fight Scene"
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Published February 1988 by DC
White Gold and Truth
Jim Starlin
Jim Aparo
Jim Aparo (signed)
Batman; Nightwing [Dick Grayson]; Robin [Jason Todd]; Alfred Pennyworth; Joker (flashback); Two-Face (flashback); Catwoman (flashback); Mr. Freeze (flashback); Penguin (flashback); Riddler (flashback); Killer Moth (flashback); Gentleman Ghost (flashback); Scarecrow (flashback); Teen Titans [Kid Flash; Speedy; Aqualad; Wonder Girl; Cyborg; Changeling; Jericho; Raven; Starfire] (flashback)
"White Gold and Truth"
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Published February 1988 by DC

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Story Title
White Gold and Truth
Writer
Jim Starlin
Interior Art
Jim Aparo
Cover Art
Jim Aparo (signed)
Character Appearances
Batman; Nightwing [Dick Grayson]; Robin [Jason Todd]; Alfred Pennyworth; Joker (flashback); Two-Face (flashback); Catwoman (flashback); Mr. Freeze (flashback); Penguin (flashback); Riddler (flashback); Killer Moth (flashback); Gentleman Ghost (flashback); Scarecrow (flashback); Teen Titans [Kid Flash; Speedy; Aqualad; Wonder Girl; Cyborg; Changeling; Jericho; Raven; Starfire] (flashback)
Storyline
"White Gold and Truth"
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Published February 1988 by Blackthorne

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Published February 1988 by Blackthorne
The Black Sheep
Jack Herman
Stan Timmons
Stan Timmons
"The Black Sheep"
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Published February 1988 by Blackthorne

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The Black Sheep
Writer
Jack Herman
Interior Art
Stan Timmons
Cover Art
Stan Timmons
Storyline
"The Black Sheep"
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Published February 1988 by Blackthorne
Joe Judt
Patrick Zircher
Patrick Zircher (signed)
Antonio; Max; Quinton; Captain Humphrey; Doug; Commander Chiba; Locust (a mech); Spider (a mech); Thunderbolt (a mech); Phoenix Hawk (a mech); Scorpion (a mech); Javelin (a mech); Zues (a mech)
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Published February 1988 by Blackthorne

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Writer
Joe Judt
Interior Art
Patrick Zircher
Cover Art
Patrick Zircher (signed)
Character Appearances
Antonio; Max; Quinton; Captain Humphrey; Doug; Commander Chiba; Locust (a mech); Spider (a mech); Thunderbolt (a mech); Phoenix Hawk (a mech); Scorpion (a mech); Javelin (a mech); Zues (a mech)
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Published February 1988 by Archie
The Day After Christmas
George Gladir
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews
"The Day After Christmas" Betty and Veronica spend an afternoon at the mall trying to avoid each other so the other won't find out she's returning the Christmas given to her.
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Published February 1988 by Archie

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Story Title
The Day After Christmas
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews
Storyline
"The Day After Christmas" Betty and Veronica spend an afternoon at the mall trying to avoid each other so the other won't find out she's returning the Christmas given to her.

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Story Title
The Rock Video
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Henry Scarpelli
Story Line
Archie has big plans for The Archies' new music video.

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Story Title
The Christmas Wish
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Santa gets a delayed in the mail letter from a seven-year-old Betty and sets out to grant her past Christmas wish in the present.

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Givers and Takers
Script
Kathleen Webb
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
The gang plans to go Christmas caroling at the senior citizen center - - all except Veronica.

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Gentlemen Prefer
Script
Kathleen Webb
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty and Veronica are determined to make Archie express his preference between them. Archie is just as determined to dodge the question.
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Published February 1988 by Archie
Career Ordeal
Rod Ollerenshaw
Stan Goldberg
Dan De Carlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Alice Cooper; Mr. Weatherbee; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
"Career Ordeal" Betty considers several different careers, then realizes that her mother does many of those jobs just running the household.
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Published February 1988 by Archie

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Story Title
Career Ordeal
Writer
Rod Ollerenshaw
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg
Cover Art
Dan De Carlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Alice Cooper; Mr. Weatherbee; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"Career Ordeal" Betty considers several different careers, then realizes that her mother does many of those jobs just running the household.

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Story Title
Brolly Folly
Script
George Gladir ?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Cousin Ambrose borrows Aunt Hilda's umbrella.

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Story Title
The Task
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Miss Grundy wants Betty to tutor Archie, which makes Veronica jealous at the thought of all the time Betty and Archie will spend together.

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Story Title
Shop 'Til You Drop
Script
Kathleen Webb
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Betty takes Archie to the mall and tries to show him the difference between shopping for boys and shopping for girls.

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Story Title
The Scene
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan Parent
Story Line
Betty and Veronica talk about all the things they can do at the mall in addition to shopping.

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Story Title
New Girl on the Block
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Dan Parent
Story Line
Veronica asks Betty about the new girl in school.

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Story Title
Helping Hands
Script
Rod Ollerenshaw
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Betty has been so busy helping other people that she plans a night all to herself, but there's a surprise in store.
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Published February 1988 by DC
If This Works, It'll Be a Miracle!
Len Wein
Ross Andru
Chris Wozniak (signed)
Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Overthrow [Arnold Daniel Beck]; Mister Miracle [Scott Free]; Floronic Man [Jason Woodrue]; Aquaman [Arthur Curry]; Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Kilowog; Melody Case; Randy Truman; Angela Revere; Grandmaster; Manhunters; Belphegor; Jeremiah Duncan; Doctor Mist [Nommo] (Cameo); Murray Takamoto; Theodora Twidgett; Alfred W. "Alfy" Twidgett; Godiva (cameo); New Teen Titans [Starfire [Koriand'r]] (Cameo); Andre Chavard; Jan Haasan; General Rip Carter; Dekan Drache; Dr. Klaus Cornelius; Chronos [David Clinton]
"If This Works, It'll Be a Miracle!" Blue Beetle and Mister Miracle plan to use Kord Technologies Sunspore to tunnel to the center of the Earth to try to reach the mothership of the Manhunters. They are attacked before they can begin the process by Overthrow and the Manhunters.
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Published February 1988 by DC

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If This Works, It'll Be a Miracle!
Writer
Len Wein
Interior Art
Ross Andru
Cover Art
Chris Wozniak (signed)
Character Appearances
Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Overthrow [Arnold Daniel Beck]; Mister Miracle [Scott Free]; Floronic Man [Jason Woodrue]; Aquaman [Arthur Curry]; Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Kilowog; Melody Case; Randy Truman; Angela Revere; Grandmaster; Manhunters; Belphegor; Jeremiah Duncan; Doctor Mist [Nommo] (Cameo); Murray Takamoto; Theodora Twidgett; Alfred W. "Alfy" Twidgett; Godiva (cameo); New Teen Titans [Starfire [Koriand'r]] (Cameo); Andre Chavard; Jan Haasan; General Rip Carter; Dekan Drache; Dr. Klaus Cornelius; Chronos [David Clinton]
Storyline
"If This Works, It'll Be a Miracle!" Blue Beetle and Mister Miracle plan to use Kord Technologies Sunspore to tunnel to the center of the Earth to try to reach the mothership of the Manhunters. They are attacked before they can begin the process by Overthrow and the Manhunters.
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Published February 1988 by DC
The End
Dan Jurgens
Dan Jurgens
Dan Jurgens
Booster Gold [Michael Jon Carter]; Skeets; Trixie Collins; Martian Manhunter; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Black Canary; Xiang; Harbinger (cameo flashback)
"The End" Booster convinces his former Justice League teammates that he had not joined the Manhunters but had rather infiltrated them to help bring them down. He is invited to rejoin the team and decides to leave Metropolis behind as part of this new chapter in his life.
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Published February 1988 by DC

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Story Title
The End
Writer
Dan Jurgens
Interior Art
Dan Jurgens
Cover Art
Dan Jurgens
Character Appearances
Booster Gold [Michael Jon Carter]; Skeets; Trixie Collins; Martian Manhunter; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Black Canary; Xiang; Harbinger (cameo flashback)
Storyline
"The End" Booster convinces his former Justice League teammates that he had not joined the Manhunters but had rather infiltrated them to help bring them down. He is invited to rejoin the team and decides to leave Metropolis behind as part of this new chapter in his life.
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Published February 1988 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Major Force

Sweet Dreams Major Force
Cary Bates; Greg Weisman
Pat Broderick
Pat Broderick
Captain Atom; Major Force
"Sweet Dreams Major Force" The origin of Major Force, as the Air Force attempts to re-create a Captain Atom and develop a weapon against him.
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Published February 1988 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Major Force

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Story Title
Sweet Dreams Major Force
Writer
Cary Bates; Greg Weisman
Interior Art
Pat Broderick
Cover Art
Pat Broderick
Character Appearances
Captain Atom; Major Force
Storyline
"Sweet Dreams Major Force" The origin of Major Force, as the Air Force attempts to re-create a Captain Atom and develop a weapon against him.
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Maximum Bad
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas
Grant Miehm
Grant Miehm
"Maximum Bad"
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Maximum Bad
Writer
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas
Interior Art
Grant Miehm
Cover Art
Grant Miehm
Storyline
"Maximum Bad"
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