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Published March 1988 by Marvel
Good for the Goose
Doug Murray
Wayne Vansant (breakdowns)
John Beatty (signed)
"Good for the Goose"
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Published March 1988 by Marvel

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Good for the Goose
Writer
Doug Murray
Interior Art
Wayne Vansant (breakdowns)
Cover Art
John Beatty (signed)
Storyline
"Good for the Goose"
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none
Gerry Finley-Day
J. Richardson
Ron Randall
"none"
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Writer
Gerry Finley-Day
Interior Art
J. Richardson
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Ron Randall
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Servant of Evil!
Script
Tom Tully
Pencils
Dave Gibbons
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The Grail of Darkness - Chapter 2: River of Despair
Dan Greenberg
Kent Burles
Sherri Ives
Shadolok; Nightwind; Bladehelm; Eyamma; Sultar; Coron; Barak; Muldor; Avienne; Yerdik
"The Grail of Darkness - Chapter 2: River of Despair" The Adventurers journey to the treacherous Angora Jungle in search of the Grail of Darkness.
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The Grail of Darkness - Chapter 2: River of Despair
Writer
Dan Greenberg
Interior Art
Kent Burles
Cover Art
Sherri Ives
Character Appearances
Shadolok; Nightwind; Bladehelm; Eyamma; Sultar; Coron; Barak; Muldor; Avienne; Yerdik
Storyline
"The Grail of Darkness - Chapter 2: River of Despair" The Adventurers journey to the treacherous Angora Jungle in search of the Grail of Darkness.
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Published March 1988 by Eclipse
Secrets of the Bird-Plane
Charles Biro; Dick Wood
Al Camy
Al Camy?
Airboy; Birdie; Kritzel; Franklin Delano Roosevelt; General Kato (introduction)
"Secrets of the Bird-Plane"
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Published March 1988 by Eclipse

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Secrets of the Bird-Plane
Writer
Charles Biro; Dick Wood
Interior Art
Al Camy
Cover Art
Al Camy?
Character Appearances
Airboy; Birdie; Kritzel; Franklin Delano Roosevelt; General Kato (introduction)
Storyline
"Secrets of the Bird-Plane"

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The Return of Genghis Khan
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?
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Mort Leav
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Origin (?) of Skinny McGinty
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?
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Tony DiPreta
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Suspected of Treason
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?
Pencils
Fred Kida
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The Menace of Madam Claw
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?
Pencils
John Cassone
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The Miniature Invaders
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?
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Harry Sahle
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The Man with the Mechanical Face
Script
?
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Bob Fujitani
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Published March 1988 by Marvel
The Good Fight
Howard Mackie
Kelley Jones
Kelley Jones
Air Raiders [Eeleta; The Admiral; General Rokk; Jad]; Lady Kala; Sgt. Blott; Lord Aerozar; Alani; Archion; General Kronax
"The Good Fight"
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Published March 1988 by Marvel

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The Good Fight
Writer
Howard Mackie
Interior Art
Kelley Jones
Cover Art
Kelley Jones
Character Appearances
Air Raiders [Eeleta; The Admiral; General Rokk; Jad]; Lady Kala; Sgt. Blott; Lord Aerozar; Alani; Archion; General Kronax
Storyline
"The Good Fight"
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Published March 1988 by Eclipse
Iron Justice
Chuck Dixon
Stan Woch
Tom Yeates
Airboy; Hirota; Valkyrie; Skywolf; La Lupina; Iron Ace; Bogantillan ministers (die); minister of State; Presidente Guillermo; Bogantillans
"Iron Justice"
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Published March 1988 by Eclipse

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Iron Justice
Writer
Chuck Dixon
Interior Art
Stan Woch
Cover Art
Tom Yeates
Character Appearances
Airboy; Hirota; Valkyrie; Skywolf; La Lupina; Iron Ace; Bogantillan ministers (die); minister of State; Presidente Guillermo; Bogantillans
Storyline
"Iron Justice"

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Splt lvl, 2 bdrms, Glndle
Script
Chuck Dixon
Pencils
Dan Spiegle
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The newly-married Skywolf tries to settle in the suburbs but eventually leaves his wife Riot o'Hara.
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Steven A. Gallacci
Steven A. Gallacci
Steven A. Gallacci
Erma Felna; Toki; Dr. Kalakahaii
"" Erma continues as a member of the "space guard." After the transport she and Toki are on is rescued, they come across a derelict near the edge of known space. Later, an exploration party including Dr. Kalakahaii is dispatched.
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Writer
Steven A. Gallacci
Interior Art
Steven A. Gallacci
Cover Art
Steven A. Gallacci
Character Appearances
Erma Felna; Toki; Dr. Kalakahaii
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"" Erma continues as a member of the "space guard." After the transport she and Toki are on is rescued, they come across a derelict near the edge of known space. Later, an exploration party including Dr. Kalakahaii is dispatched.

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Debt: Chapter 2
Script
Matt Howarth
Pencils
Matt Howarth
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The Grapes of Rat
Script
Adrian Kleinbergen
Pencils
Adrian Kleinbergen
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Script
Dan Flahive
Pencils
Dan Flahive
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Vicky Wyman
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Vicky Wyman
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Published March 1988 by Marvel
Have You Ever Heard A Spaceship Scream? Warped!
Bill Mantlo
Jim Lee
Jim Lee (signed)
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [Heather Hudson]; Box [Madison Jeffries]; Sasquatch [Wanda Langkowski]]; Beta Flight [Purple Girl; Manikin; Goblyn [Laura Dean]]; VILLAINS: Bedlamites; CAMEO: Dreamqueen; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Tundra
"Have You Ever Heard A Spaceship Scream? Warped!" Box has been transformed into a giant spaceship and is hurling through space thanks to the explosion of Tundra at the conclusion of the Alphans battle with the great beasts. Alpha Flight tries to fight off an infection of Bedlamites that are plaguing the ship before the creatures drive Jeffries mad.
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Published March 1988 by Marvel

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Have You Ever Heard A Spaceship Scream? Warped!
Writer
Bill Mantlo
Interior Art
Jim Lee
Cover Art
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: Bedlamites; CAMEO: Dreamqueen; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Tundra
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"Have You Ever Heard A Spaceship Scream? Warped!" Box has been transformed into a giant spaceship and is hurling through space thanks to the explosion of Tundra at the conclusion of the Alphans battle with the great beasts. Alpha Flight tries to fight off an infection of Bedlamites that are plaguing the ship before the creatures drive Jeffries mad.
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Published March 1988 by First
The Best Man -- Sort Of...
Howard Chaykin
Mike Vosburg
Howard Chaykin
"The Best Man -- Sort Of..."
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Published March 1988 by First

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The Best Man -- Sort Of...
Writer
Howard Chaykin
Interior Art
Mike Vosburg
Cover Art
Howard Chaykin
Storyline
"The Best Man -- Sort Of..."
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Published March 1988 by Archie
Treasure Hunt
Mike Pellowski
Dan DeCarlo, Jr.
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
"Treasure Hunt"
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Published March 1988 by Archie

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Treasure Hunt
Writer
Mike Pellowski
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo, Jr.
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Storyline
"Treasure Hunt"

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The Look of Love
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo, Jr.
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Tightening Up
Script
Jim Ruth
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo, Jr.
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Writer's Cramp
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo, Jr.
Story Line
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Published March 1988 by Archie
New Moves
Rich Margopoulos (credited)
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.] (credited)
Dan Decarlo (signed)
Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Dilton Doiley; Chuck Clayton; Betty Cooper; Miss Grundy; Moose Mason; Midge Klump; Professor Flutesnoot; Jughead Jones; Svenson; Miss Haggly; Mr. Weatherbee; Debbie
"New Moves" Archie tricks Reggie into going to Debbie's house and learning the "new moves" she taught Archie. Unknown to Reggie, Archie was talking about karate.
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Published March 1988 by Archie

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New Moves
Writer
Rich Margopoulos (credited)
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.] (credited)
Cover Art
Dan Decarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Dilton Doiley; Chuck Clayton; Betty Cooper; Miss Grundy; Moose Mason; Midge Klump; Professor Flutesnoot; Jughead Jones; Svenson; Miss Haggly; Mr. Weatherbee; Debbie
Storyline
"New Moves" Archie tricks Reggie into going to Debbie's house and learning the "new moves" she taught Archie. Unknown to Reggie, Archie was talking about karate.

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Off The Wall
Script
Joe Edwards [as Joseph Edwards] (credited)
Pencils
Samm Schwartz (credited)
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Fast and Furious
Script
Joe Edwards [as Joseph Edwards] (credited)
Pencils
Samm Schwartz (credited)
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Big Ethel's Guide to Babysitting
Script
George Gladir (credited)
Pencils
Dap Parent (credited)
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The Pitch
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?
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Jughead wants to know which dog food Hot Dog prefers.

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Making The Grade
Script
Joe Edwards (credited)
Pencils
Hy Eisman (credited)
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Miss Grundy teaches the class a lesson on the importance of homework.

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Crammin'
Script
George Gladir (credited)
Pencils
Dan Parent (signed)
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Archie breaks the fourth wall to show us his and his friends study habits.

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Turn-A-Round
Script
Jim Ruth (credited)
Pencils
Rex Lindsey (credited)
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Archie and Jughead go ice sailing. Betty and Veronica decide to join them but they are much better at it.
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Published 1988 by DC Tags: Joker Batgirl Alan Moore
Batman: The Killing Joke
Alan Moore
Brian Bolland
Brian Bolland
Batman; Commissioner Gordon; Barbara Gordon [Batgirl]; Harvey Bullock; Alfred Pennyworth; Joker (also as the Red Hood in flashback); Two-Face (cameo); Penguin (cameo)
"Batman: The Killing Joke" Batman visits the Joker in Arkham Asylum only to discover he has been replaced by a double. As Batman attempts to track the villain down, the Joker shows up at the house of Commissioner Gordon where he promptly shoots Barbara and captures her father. The Joker takes Jim to a modified carnival where he tries to drive him mad (partially by showing him pictures of his naked and bleeding daughter). Batman arrives and starts beating on the Joker who attempts to reason with him in his own insane fashion. As things wrap up and the police arrive, the Joker finally tells Batman a joke that he gets.
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Published 1988 by DC Tags: Joker Batgirl Alan Moore

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Batman: The Killing Joke
Writer
Alan Moore
Interior Art
Brian Bolland
Cover Art
Brian Bolland
Character Appearances
Batman; Commissioner Gordon; Barbara Gordon [Batgirl]; Harvey Bullock; Alfred Pennyworth; Joker (also as the Red Hood in flashback); Two-Face (cameo); Penguin (cameo)
Storyline
"Batman: The Killing Joke" Batman visits the Joker in Arkham Asylum only to discover he has been replaced by a double. As Batman attempts to track the villain down, the Joker shows up at the house of Commissioner Gordon where he promptly shoots Barbara and captures her father. The Joker takes Jim to a modified carnival where he tries to drive him mad (partially by showing him pictures of his naked and bleeding daughter). Batman arrives and starts beating on the Joker who attempts to reason with him in his own insane fashion. As things wrap up and the police arrive, the Joker finally tells Batman a joke that he gets.
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Published March 1988 by Archie
The Kiss Off
Frank Doyle
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Mrs. Beazley
"The Kiss Off" Veronica's rampant jealousy over Archie and Betty's innocent acts of kindness to each other prove to be her undoing.
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Published March 1988 by Archie

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The Kiss Off
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Mrs. Beazley
Storyline
"The Kiss Off" Veronica's rampant jealousy over Archie and Betty's innocent acts of kindness to each other prove to be her undoing.

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Snooze Alarm
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Dan Parent
Story Line
Archie has trouble waking up in the morning.

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The Big Game
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
A day in the school life of Betty Cooper, laid out as if it were a board game.

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Dating Game
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
When Archie doesn't meet Betty after school on Friday as usual, she assumes the worst - - that he's with Veronica.

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The Weirder Side Of The News
Script
Harold Smith
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
While trying on a gorilla costume in a costume shop, Archie spots a traffic control officer about to ticket his car. He runs out of the shop, still in costume, pursued by Betty, who is dressed as a jungle girl. The ensuing chaos caused when people spot him causes a traffic snarl and helps foil the getaway of two bank robbers.
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Published March 1988 by DC
Blood & Iron
Howard Chaykin
Howard Chaykin
Howard Chaykin
Blackhawk [Janos Prohaska]; André Blanc-Dumont; Senator Hightower; Death Mayhew
"Blood & Iron"
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Published March 1988 by DC

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Blood & Iron
Writer
Howard Chaykin
Interior Art
Howard Chaykin
Cover Art
Howard Chaykin
Character Appearances
Blackhawk [Janos Prohaska]; André Blanc-Dumont; Senator Hightower; Death Mayhew
Storyline
"Blood & Iron"
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Published March 1988 by DC
A Question of Time!
Len Wein
Ross Andru (pages 1-17); Gil Kane (pages 18-22)
Chris Wozniak (signed)
Chronos [David Clinton]; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Justice League International [Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Black Canary [Dinah Lance]; Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Mister Miracle [Scott Free]; Captain Atom [Nathaniel Adam]; Green Lantern [Guy Gardner]; Booster Gold]; Dekan Drache; Dr. Klaus Cornelius
"A Question of Time!" While returning from a Justice League International meeting Blue Beetle is ambushed by Chronos and transported into the prehistoric past, along with the city of Chicago. Beetle manages to return the city of Chicago to the present, but Chronos is stuck in the past.
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Published March 1988 by DC

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A Question of Time!
Writer
Len Wein
Interior Art
Ross Andru (pages 1-17); Gil Kane (pages 18-22)
Cover Art
Chris Wozniak (signed)
Character Appearances
Chronos [David Clinton]; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Justice League International [Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Black Canary [Dinah Lance]; Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Mister Miracle [Scott Free]; Captain Atom [Nathaniel Adam]; Green Lantern [Guy Gardner]; Booster Gold]; Dekan Drache; Dr. Klaus Cornelius
Storyline
"A Question of Time!" While returning from a Justice League International meeting Blue Beetle is ambushed by Chronos and transported into the prehistoric past, along with the city of Chicago. Beetle manages to return the city of Chicago to the present, but Chronos is stuck in the past.
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Published March 1988 by Malibu
Borderguard Part 2
Peter Palmer; C.J. Henderson
Albert Val
Albert Val
"Borderguard Part 2"
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Published March 1988 by Malibu

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Borderguard Part 2
Writer
Peter Palmer; C.J. Henderson
Interior Art
Albert Val
Cover Art
Albert Val
Storyline
"Borderguard Part 2"
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Published March 1988 by Nicotat Comics
Adventure Day
James Dean Smith (plot); Steve Mattsson
James Dean Smith
James Dean Smith
Boris; David Summerton; Prof Peter Summerton; Steve Winlock; Butch; Woody;
"Adventure Day" Boris, Dave and Steve go on a nature hike. They end up at the haunted Perkins place.
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Published March 1988 by Nicotat Comics

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Adventure Day
Writer
James Dean Smith (plot); Steve Mattsson
Interior Art
James Dean Smith
Cover Art
James Dean Smith
Character Appearances
Boris; David Summerton; Prof Peter Summerton; Steve Winlock; Butch; Woody;
Storyline
"Adventure Day" Boris, Dave and Steve go on a nature hike. They end up at the haunted Perkins place.
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Published March 1988 by Marvel
Moose of the Year or "Thyme Marches On!"
Dave Manak
Ernie Colon
Ernie Colon
"Moose of the Year or "Thyme Marches On!""
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Published March 1988 by Marvel

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Moose of the Year or "Thyme Marches On!"
Writer
Dave Manak
Interior Art
Ernie Colon
Cover Art
Ernie Colon
Storyline
"Moose of the Year or "Thyme Marches On!""

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untitled
Script
Dave Manak
Pencils
Ernie Colon
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The Return of Snidely Whiplash
Script
Dave Manak
Pencils
Dave Manak
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A Star is Born or "A Million Dollar Moosetake!!"
Script
Dave Manak
Pencils
Ernie Colon
Story Line
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Published March 1988 by DC
We Three Kings
Cary Bates; Greg Weisman
Pat Broderick
Pat Broderick
Captain Atom; Enemy Ace (cameo)
"We Three Kings"
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Published March 1988 by DC

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Story Title
We Three Kings
Writer
Cary Bates; Greg Weisman
Interior Art
Pat Broderick
Cover Art
Pat Broderick
Character Appearances
Captain Atom; Enemy Ace (cameo)
Storyline
"We Three Kings"
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Published [March] 1988 by Marvel
Once a Hero [Part 1]
Dusty Kaye (original screenplay); J. M. DeMatteis (adaptation)
Steve Leialoha
Steve Leialoha (signed)
Captain Justice [Brad Steele]; Rachel Kirk; Tippy Kirk; Abner Bevis; Woody Greeley; Emma Greeley; Doctor Destructo; Max Mayhem; Eddie Kybo; Mr. Johnson
"Once a Hero [Part 1]" Captain Justice comes to realize that he is a fictional character living in a fictional world, and crosses over to the real world to confront his creator, artist Abner Bevis, about the strange things that have been happening to him.
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Story Title
Once a Hero [Part 1]
Writer
Dusty Kaye (original screenplay); J. M. DeMatteis (adaptation)
Interior Art
Steve Leialoha
Cover Art
Steve Leialoha (signed)
Character Appearances
Captain Justice [Brad Steele]; Rachel Kirk; Tippy Kirk; Abner Bevis; Woody Greeley; Emma Greeley; Doctor Destructo; Max Mayhem; Eddie Kybo; Mr. Johnson
Storyline
"Once a Hero [Part 1]" Captain Justice comes to realize that he is a fictional character living in a fictional world, and crosses over to the real world to confront his creator, artist Abner Bevis, about the strange things that have been happening to him.
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