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Published February 1990 by Marvel
Back in the Real World
Doug Murray
Wayne Vansant
John Romita; Ron Frenz
FEATURE: Iceman; Martini; Williams; Lieutenant; Jones; GUESTS: Captain America; Thor; Iron Man; John Wayne; VILLAINS: Ho Chi Minh; The Vietcong
"Back in the Real World" Waiting for Iceman's ride back to the states, the G.I.'s imagine what it would be like if superheroes were involved in the war and discuss the movie, The Green Berets.
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Published February 1990 by Marvel

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Story Title
Back in the Real World
Writer
Doug Murray
Interior Art
Wayne Vansant
Cover Art
John Romita; Ron Frenz
Character Appearances
FEATURE: Iceman; Martini; Williams; Lieutenant; Jones; GUESTS: Captain America; Thor; Iron Man; John Wayne; VILLAINS: Ho Chi Minh; The Vietcong
Storyline
"Back in the Real World" Waiting for Iceman's ride back to the states, the G.I.'s imagine what it would be like if superheroes were involved in the war and discuss the movie, The Green Berets.
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none
Malcolm Shaw
Jesus Redondo
Tom Artis
"none"
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none
Writer
Malcolm Shaw
Interior Art
Jesus Redondo
Cover Art
Tom Artis
Storyline
"none"

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none
Script
Tom Tully
Pencils
Massimo Belardinelli
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none
Script
Alan Hebden
Pencils
Massimo Belardinelli
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Published February 1990 by DC
Cat and Mouse [Spell Games]
Dan Mishkin
Jan Duursema
Jan Duursema
"Cat and Mouse [Spell Games]"
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Published February 1990 by DC

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Cat and Mouse [Spell Games]
Writer
Dan Mishkin
Interior Art
Jan Duursema
Cover Art
Jan Duursema
Storyline
"Cat and Mouse [Spell Games]"
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Published February 1990 by Malibu
The Scorpion and the Spider
Kent Burles
Kent Burles
Kent Burles (painted, signed)
Shadolok; Nightwind; Bladehelm; Eyamma; Sultar; Coron; King Belgur; Erikor; Relk; Kerrin
"The Scorpion and the Spider" Erikor seeks help for Liam from the Council of Kings. Mad King Belgur continues his siege on Liam. Coron approaches Liam with his own invasion plans.
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Published February 1990 by Malibu

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The Scorpion and the Spider
Writer
Kent Burles
Interior Art
Kent Burles
Cover Art
Kent Burles (painted, signed)
Character Appearances
Shadolok; Nightwind; Bladehelm; Eyamma; Sultar; Coron; King Belgur; Erikor; Relk; Kerrin
Storyline
"The Scorpion and the Spider" Erikor seeks help for Liam from the Council of Kings. Mad King Belgur continues his siege on Liam. Coron approaches Liam with his own invasion plans.
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Published February 1990 by DC
Speed Kills
Dan Jurgens
Dan Jurgens
Dan Jurgens (signed)
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Flash [Wally West]; Mason Trollbridge; Connie Noleski (cameo); Collin Thornton; Mara Talbot; Lois Lane; Lucy Lane; Justice League Europe [Captain Atom [Nathaniel Adam]; Elongated Man [Ralph Dibny]; Metamorpho [Rex Mason]; Power Girl]; Justice League America [Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Booster Gold [Michael Jon Carter]; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Mr. Miracle [Scott Free]]; Joan Garrick (cameo); Jimmy Olsen (cameo); Perry White (cameo); Cat Grant (cameo); Jonathan Kent (cameo); Martha Kent (cameo); Lana Lang (cameo); Jose Delgado (cameo); Professor Emil Hamilton (cameo); VILLAINS: Mr. Mxyzptlk; Lex Luthor
"Speed Kills" Mr. Mxyzptlk forces Superman to race and beat The Flash to send him back to the fifth dimension, but Wally's pride won't let him throw the race. But The Flash's win ironically has the desired result, and Mxyzptlk disappears for another ninety days.
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Published February 1990 by DC

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Story Title
Speed Kills
Writer
Dan Jurgens
Interior Art
Dan Jurgens
Cover Art
Dan Jurgens (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Flash [Wally West]; Mason Trollbridge; Connie Noleski (cameo); Collin Thornton; Mara Talbot; Lois Lane; Lucy Lane; Justice League Europe [Captain Atom [Nathaniel Adam]; Elongated Man [Ralph Dibny]; Metamorpho [Rex Mason]; Power Girl]; Justice League America [Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Booster Gold [Michael Jon Carter]; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Mr. Miracle [Scott Free]]; Joan Garrick (cameo); Jimmy Olsen (cameo); Perry White (cameo); Cat Grant (cameo); Jonathan Kent (cameo); Martha Kent (cameo); Lana Lang (cameo); Jose Delgado (cameo); Professor Emil Hamilton (cameo); VILLAINS: Mr. Mxyzptlk; Lex Luthor
Storyline
"Speed Kills" Mr. Mxyzptlk forces Superman to race and beat The Flash to send him back to the fifth dimension, but Wally's pride won't let him throw the race. But The Flash's win ironically has the desired result, and Mxyzptlk disappears for another ninety days.
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Published 1990 by Marvel
Amid the Ruins
Katsuhiro Otomo; Yoko Umezawa (translation); Jo Duffy (English adaptation)
Katsuhiro Otomo
Katsuhiro Otomo
Chiyoko; Kay; Ryu; Tetsuo's Aide; Seer; Lt. Yamada; Lady Mikako; Akira; Tetsuo; Kaori (introduction); The Colonel; Kaneda
"Amid the Ruins"
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Story Title
Amid the Ruins
Writer
Katsuhiro Otomo; Yoko Umezawa (translation); Jo Duffy (English adaptation)
Interior Art
Katsuhiro Otomo
Cover Art
Katsuhiro Otomo
Character Appearances
Chiyoko; Kay; Ryu; Tetsuo's Aide; Seer; Lt. Yamada; Lady Mikako; Akira; Tetsuo; Kaori (introduction); The Colonel; Kaneda
Storyline
"Amid the Ruins"
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Published February 1990 by Marvel
Campaign In The Neck!
Michael Gallagher
Dave Manak
Dave Manak
ALF; Brian Tanner; Willie Tanner; Kate Tanner; Principal Hopkins
"Campaign In The Neck!" ALF assists with Brian's campaign to become student council president.
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Story Title
Campaign In The Neck!
Writer
Michael Gallagher
Interior Art
Dave Manak
Cover Art
Dave Manak
Character Appearances
ALF; Brian Tanner; Willie Tanner; Kate Tanner; Principal Hopkins
Storyline
"Campaign In The Neck!" ALF assists with Brian's campaign to become student council president.

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Story Title
For one brief, shining melmoment . . .
Script
Michael Gallagher
Pencils
Dave Manak
Story Line
ALF tells Kate about his legendary ancestor King Alfur of Hamelot.

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Melmac Mail Sack
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?
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Take This Job And Love It!
Script
Michael Gallagher
Pencils
Dave Manak
Story Line
ALF goes into busines selling tree saplings over the phone.
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Published February 1990 by Marvel
Vector: Red
Chuck Dixon
Larry Stroman
Larry Stroman (signed)
"Vector: Red"
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Published February 1990 by Marvel

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Story Title
Vector: Red
Writer
Chuck Dixon
Interior Art
Larry Stroman
Cover Art
Larry Stroman (signed)
Storyline
"Vector: Red"
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Published February 1990 by Marvel
[The Quest for Northstar Part I]: Prisoners
James D. Hudnall
John Calimee
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [Heather Hudson]; Walter Langkowski [Sasquatch]; Madison Jeffries [Box]; Talisman [Elizabeth Twoyoungmen]; Diamond Lil; Puck; Aurora; Northstar]; Beta Flight [Persuasion [Purple Girl]; Laura Dean; Goblyn]; VILLAINS: Dark Elves; Master of the World; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Nekra; Scorpion; Owl; Asp; The Sorcerer; Gamma Flight [Nemesis; Wildchild; Witchfire; Silver; Auric]
"[The Quest for Northstar Part I]: Prisoners" With most of Alpha Flight in jail for defying the Canadian government, Talisman sends Aurora, Kara, Laura and Goblyn to Asgard to retrieve Northstar. Puck begins to shrink.
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Story Title
[The Quest for Northstar Part I]: Prisoners
Writer
James D. Hudnall
Interior Art
John Calimee
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [Heather Hudson]; Walter Langkowski [Sasquatch]; Madison Jeffries [Box]; Talisman [Elizabeth Twoyoungmen]; Diamond Lil; Puck; Aurora; Northstar]; Beta Flight [Persuasion [Purple Girl]; Laura Dean; Goblyn]; VILLAINS: Dark Elves; Master of the World; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Nekra; Scorpion; Owl; Asp; The Sorcerer; Gamma Flight [Nemesis; Wildchild; Witchfire; Silver; Auric]
Storyline
"[The Quest for Northstar Part I]: Prisoners" With most of Alpha Flight in jail for defying the Canadian government, Talisman sends Aurora, Kara, Laura and Goblyn to Asgard to retrieve Northstar. Puck begins to shrink.
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Published February 1990 by Marvel
Power Prey!
David Michelinie
Erik Larsen
Erik Larsen (signed)
Spider-Man [Peter Parker; also as Captain Universe]; GUEST: Mary Jane Parker; VILLAINS: Sebastian Shaw; Graviton; Tri-Sentinel; CAMEOS: Loki; Felicia Hardy [Black Cat]; Flash Thompson
"Power Prey!" Shaw's new Sentinels are transformed by Loki into the Tri-Sentinel and Spider-Man is imbued with the powers of Captain Universe to stop it. After the battle, Spidey loses his cosmic powers.
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Published February 1990 by Marvel

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Power Prey!
Writer
David Michelinie
Interior Art
Erik Larsen
Cover Art
Erik Larsen (signed)
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker; also as Captain Universe]; GUEST: Mary Jane Parker; VILLAINS: Sebastian Shaw; Graviton; Tri-Sentinel; CAMEOS: Loki; Felicia Hardy [Black Cat]; Flash Thompson
Storyline
"Power Prey!" Shaw's new Sentinels are transformed by Loki into the Tri-Sentinel and Spider-Man is imbued with the powers of Captain Universe to stop it. After the battle, Spidey loses his cosmic powers.
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Published February 1990 by Malibu
The Dick and the Doll Part One
Will Jacobs; Gerard Jones (Script Consultant)
Darick Robertson
Madman [as Lunatic Dick] (painted, signed)
Private Dick; Baby Doll; Elia Kazini
"The Dick and the Doll Part One"
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The Dick and the Doll Part One
Writer
Will Jacobs; Gerard Jones (Script Consultant)
Interior Art
Darick Robertson
Cover Art
Madman [as Lunatic Dick] (painted, signed)
Character Appearances
Private Dick; Baby Doll; Elia Kazini
Storyline
"The Dick and the Doll Part One"
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Published February 1990 by Archie
Snow Job
Rich Margopoulos (credited)
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.] (credited)
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Mr. Weatherbee; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Jughead Jones
"Snow Job" Mr. Weatherbee calls Archie and asks him to shovel the snow from his driveway. Archie brings Jughead and Reggie along but they move the snow into the neighbor's yard who then moves it back to Weatherbee's after the kids leave.
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Published February 1990 by Archie

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Story Title
Snow Job
Writer
Rich Margopoulos (credited)
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.] (credited)
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Mr. Weatherbee; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"Snow Job" Mr. Weatherbee calls Archie and asks him to shovel the snow from his driveway. Archie brings Jughead and Reggie along but they move the snow into the neighbor's yard who then moves it back to Weatherbee's after the kids leave.

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Candid Comment
Script
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Pencils
?
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Aunt Hilda asks her mirror who the fairest one of all is. The mirror's response is, "Well, it's not you, ol' prune face!"

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Stage Fright
Script
Frank Doyle (credited)
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.] (credited)
Story Line
Archie wakes up and pretends to be Captain Ahab, from Moby Dick, as he gets ready and goes to school. When Betty asks if Archie wants to take a leading role in the school's "Annual Stage Extravaganza" Archie claims not to have any acting talent at all.

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Story Title
Under Wraps!
Script
Bob Fleming (credited)
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.] (credited)
Story Line
Archie told both Betty and Veronica that he'd be at each of their parties, but they are scheduled for the same time. He and Jughead wrap bandages around their faces and Jughead poses as Archie at Betty's party while Archie goes to Veronica's.

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Story Title
Twist of Fate
Script
Frank Doyle (credited)
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.] (credited)
Story Line
Moose punishes his classmates for making passes at Midge by tangling them in the gym's parallel bars.
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Published February 1990 by Marvel
What's the Point?
Howard Mackie (plot and script); James Brock (plot)
James Brock
Rick Leonardi (signed)
Dollar Bill; Handsaw; Hawkeye; Madcap; Pick Axe; Triphammer; Vice
"What's the Point?"
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Story Title
What's the Point?
Writer
Howard Mackie (plot and script); James Brock (plot)
Interior Art
James Brock
Cover Art
Rick Leonardi (signed)
Character Appearances
Dollar Bill; Handsaw; Hawkeye; Madcap; Pick Axe; Triphammer; Vice
Storyline
"What's the Point?"

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Story Title
"Tales from the Vault" (Conclusion)
Script
Dwayne McDuffie
Pencils
Dwayne Turner
Story Line
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Published February 1990 by Marvel
The Breaking Strain
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Abraham Lincoln; Agatha Harkness; the Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; the Falcon; Thor]; Avengers West Coast [Dr. Hank Pym; Hawkeye; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Mockingbird; the Scarlet Witch [Dark Scarlet Witch]; U.S.Agent; the Vision; the Wasp; Wonder Man]; Dr. Doom (robot); Ebony (cat); Immortus; John Wilkes Booth; the Kingpin; Loki; Magneto; the Mandarin; the Red Skull; the Wizard
"The Breaking Strain" Magneto pulls the Avengers West Coast base into space to try and reach his comatose daughter. The Acts of Vengeance draws to a close as the Avengers figure out Loki is the mastermind behind the plot. Wizard escapes from Avengers headquarters and returns to his villainous allies but the Avengers follow his trail. While the rest of the bad guys go their separate ways, Thor battles Loki and puts a stop to his plans. The Wasp is the first one home from the ordeal and discovers that Wanda has gone mad and taken down U.S.Agent and Wonder Man.
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Story Title
The Breaking Strain
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Abraham Lincoln; Agatha Harkness; the Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; the Falcon; Thor]; Avengers West Coast [Dr. Hank Pym; Hawkeye; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Mockingbird; the Scarlet Witch [Dark Scarlet Witch]; U.S.Agent; the Vision; the Wasp; Wonder Man]; Dr. Doom (robot); Ebony (cat); Immortus; John Wilkes Booth; the Kingpin; Loki; Magneto; the Mandarin; the Red Skull; the Wizard
Storyline
"The Breaking Strain" Magneto pulls the Avengers West Coast base into space to try and reach his comatose daughter. The Acts of Vengeance draws to a close as the Avengers figure out Loki is the mastermind behind the plot. Wizard escapes from Avengers headquarters and returns to his villainous allies but the Avengers follow his trail. While the rest of the bad guys go their separate ways, Thor battles Loki and puts a stop to his plans. The Wasp is the first one home from the ordeal and discovers that Wanda has gone mad and taken down U.S.Agent and Wonder Man.
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The Krool Heart
Peter Milligan
Brett Ewins
Tom Lyle
"The Krool Heart"
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Story Title
The Krool Heart
Writer
Peter Milligan
Interior Art
Brett Ewins
Cover Art
Tom Lyle
Storyline
"The Krool Heart"

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Heroic Failure
Script
Alex Stewart
Pencils
Paul Marshall
Story Line

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The Mean Arena
Script
Tom Tully
Pencils
Mike White
Story Line

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The Perfect Wife?
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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Honour Among Punks: Finale
Guy Davis; Gary Reed
Guy Davis
Vincent Locke (painting) (signed)
Sharon Ford [Harlequin]; Susan Pendergrast; Sam; Noir [Arthur Davenport]; Boxe; Domino; Inspector Pinner
"Honour Among Punks: Finale" Truths are revealed about murders and crime.
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Honour Among Punks: Finale
Writer
Guy Davis; Gary Reed
Interior Art
Guy Davis
Cover Art
Vincent Locke (painting) (signed)
Character Appearances
Sharon Ford [Harlequin]; Susan Pendergrast; Sam; Noir [Arthur Davenport]; Boxe; Domino; Inspector Pinner
Storyline
"Honour Among Punks: Finale" Truths are revealed about murders and crime.
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Published February 1990 by DC
Shaman Book Four
Dennis O'Neil
Ed Hannigan
Ed Hannigan; George Pratt (painting) (signed)
Batman; Alfred Pennyworth; Carl Fisk; Tribal Shaman; Shaman's daughter
"Shaman Book Four" Batman discovers that Fisk is behind the Chubala sacrifice scam. Bruce Wayne saves the lives of the Shaman and his daughter using his mask and telling a story.
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Published February 1990 by DC

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Story Title
Shaman Book Four
Writer
Dennis O'Neil
Interior Art
Ed Hannigan
Cover Art
Ed Hannigan; George Pratt (painting) (signed)
Character Appearances
Batman; Alfred Pennyworth; Carl Fisk; Tribal Shaman; Shaman's daughter
Storyline
"Shaman Book Four" Batman discovers that Fisk is behind the Chubala sacrifice scam. Bruce Wayne saves the lives of the Shaman and his daughter using his mask and telling a story.
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Published February 1990 by Archie
Sweet Switch
George Gladir (credited)
Dan DeCarlo (credited)
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Dilton Doiley; Brian Blade (Canadian figure skater)
"Sweet Switch" Veronica switches her school paper assignment with Betty's assignment because she wants to interview Brian Blade.
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Published February 1990 by Archie

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Story Title
Sweet Switch
Writer
George Gladir (credited)
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo (credited)
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Dilton Doiley; Brian Blade (Canadian figure skater)
Storyline
"Sweet Switch" Veronica switches her school paper assignment with Betty's assignment because she wants to interview Brian Blade.

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Story Title
Try and Come In From the Rain
Script
Kathleen Webb (credited)
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo (credited)
Story Line
Betty and Veronica are caught out in the rain but with every friend they go to, there's a problem with staying there.

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Story Title
Party Smarty
Script
George Gladir (credited)
Pencils
Stan Goldberg (credited)
Story Line
Sabrina dresses up as a traditional witch for a costume party.

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Story Title
Ring-a-Ding-Ding
Script
Frank Doyle (credited)
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo (credited)
Story Line
Mr. Weatherbee catches Betty and Veronica talking on their cell phones during class and bans them from using the phones. Veronica gets both Betty and herself attache cases to disguise their phones.

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Story Title
Holiday Hang-Ups
Script
Frank Doyle (credited)
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo (credited)
Story Line
The gang discuss how their parents are no good at choosing Christmas presents.
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Published 1990 by AC
The Outlaw Girl
Gardner Fox
Frank Bolle (signed) [as FWB]
Bill Black (signed)
Redmask; Black Phantom; Green Mask Gang; Abel Raymond; Ben Ramonos; Running Hare
"The Outlaw Girl" Black Phantom is arrested on suspicion of being part of the Green Mask Gang and Redmask is determined to prove her innocence.
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Story Title
The Outlaw Girl
Writer
Gardner Fox
Interior Art
Frank Bolle (signed) [as FWB]
Cover Art
Bill Black (signed)
Character Appearances
Redmask; Black Phantom; Green Mask Gang; Abel Raymond; Ben Ramonos; Running Hare
Storyline
"The Outlaw Girl" Black Phantom is arrested on suspicion of being part of the Green Mask Gang and Redmask is determined to prove her innocence.

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Story Title
The Twin Phantom!
Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Frank Bolle (signed)
Story Line
When the Black Phantom is injured, her twin sister Jicarilla tries to take her place but nearly gets killed by an outlaw gang.

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Story Title
Redmask Meets the Black Phantom!
Script
Bill Black
Pencils
Nick Northey
Story Line
A masked female outlaw rides into town, capturing the attention of Redmask.
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Published February 1990 by DC
Pardon Me While I Slip into Someone More Comfortable
Martin Pasko
Rick Burchett
Rick Burchett
"Pardon Me While I Slip into Someone More Comfortable"
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Story Title
Pardon Me While I Slip into Someone More Comfortable
Writer
Martin Pasko
Interior Art
Rick Burchett
Cover Art
Rick Burchett
Storyline
"Pardon Me While I Slip into Someone More Comfortable"
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