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Published March 2001 by DC
The Mimic
Brian Azzarello
Eduardo Risso
Dave Johnson (signed)
Benito Medici; Mr. Shepherd; Spain
"The Mimic" Mr. Shepherd and Benito discuss the reemergence of the Minutemen while a gangwar brought about by Spain occurs around them.
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Published March 2001 by DC

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The Mimic
Writer
Brian Azzarello
Interior Art
Eduardo Risso
Cover Art
Dave Johnson (signed)
Character Appearances
Benito Medici; Mr. Shepherd; Spain
Storyline
"The Mimic" Mr. Shepherd and Benito discuss the reemergence of the Minutemen while a gangwar brought about by Spain occurs around them.
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Published March 2001 by Image

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Along Came a Spyder
Glenn Porzig
Robb Phipps
Clarke Hawbaker
"Along Came a Spyder"
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Along Came a Spyder
Writer
Glenn Porzig
Interior Art
Robb Phipps
Cover Art
Clarke Hawbaker
Storyline
"Along Came a Spyder"
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Published March 2001 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Manchester Black

What's So Funny about Truth, Justice & the American Way?
Joe Kelly
Doug Mahnke; Lee Bermejo
Tim Bradstreet (signed)
Superman; Lois Lane; Lex Luthor; Jimmy Olsen; Sam Lane; Perry White; Mercy; Steel; Jonathan Kent; The Elite [Manchester Black; Coldcast; The Hat; Menagerie] (Introduction)
"What's So Funny about Truth, Justice & the American Way?" A new group of superhumans appears on the scene, with more violent solutions for the problems. Now Superman must demonstrate which is the correct way to stop the villains.
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Published March 2001 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Manchester Black

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What's So Funny about Truth, Justice & the American Way?
Writer
Joe Kelly
Interior Art
Doug Mahnke; Lee Bermejo
Cover Art
Tim Bradstreet (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman; Lois Lane; Lex Luthor; Jimmy Olsen; Sam Lane; Perry White; Mercy; Steel; Jonathan Kent; The Elite [Manchester Black; Coldcast; The Hat; Menagerie] (Introduction)
Storyline
"What's So Funny about Truth, Justice & the American Way?" A new group of superhumans appears on the scene, with more violent solutions for the problems. Now Superman must demonstrate which is the correct way to stop the villains.
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Published March 2001 by DC
Pillar of Earth
Joe Casey
Mike S. Miller
Mike S. Miller (signed)
Superman (dark version); Lois Lane; Clark Kent (dark version); Jimmy Olsen (dark version); Night Eagle; Superman; Satanus; Cary; Prankster
"Pillar of Earth" Metropolis continues as its dark version while Lois decides to try do something about it. Night Eagle helps her to go where Satanus, Cary and Superman is. This gives Superman the encouragement to break free of his imprisonment and take Lois and Cary back to the real Metropolis.
Near Mint 9.4

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Published March 2001 by DC

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Story Title
Pillar of Earth
Writer
Joe Casey
Interior Art
Mike S. Miller
Cover Art
Mike S. Miller (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman (dark version); Lois Lane; Clark Kent (dark version); Jimmy Olsen (dark version); Night Eagle; Superman; Satanus; Cary; Prankster
Storyline
"Pillar of Earth" Metropolis continues as its dark version while Lois decides to try do something about it. Night Eagle helps her to go where Satanus, Cary and Superman is. This gives Superman the encouragement to break free of his imprisonment and take Lois and Cary back to the real Metropolis.
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Published March 2001 by Image
Eric Shanower
Eric Shanower
Eric Shanower
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Published March 2001 by Image

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Writer
Eric Shanower
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Eric Shanower
Cover Art
Eric Shanower
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The Battle of Boach's Keep: Part Four
Mark Crilley
Mark Crilley
Mark Crilley
Akiko; Spuckler Boach; Gax; Bip; Bop; TD-9; Mr. Beeba (cameo); Poog (cameo)
"The Battle of Boach's Keep: Part Four" Spuckler and Gax continue the fight against Gothtek. Beeba and Poog manage to beat Akiko in coming to Spuckler's aid.
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The Battle of Boach's Keep: Part Four
Writer
Mark Crilley
Interior Art
Mark Crilley
Cover Art
Mark Crilley
Character Appearances
Akiko; Spuckler Boach; Gax; Bip; Bop; TD-9; Mr. Beeba (cameo); Poog (cameo)
Storyline
"The Battle of Boach's Keep: Part Four" Spuckler and Gax continue the fight against Gothtek. Beeba and Poog manage to beat Akiko in coming to Spuckler's aid.

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Dinner on the Run
Pencils
Mark Crilley
Story Line
Spuckler tries to catch a lizard for dinner.
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Published March 2001 by Marvel
The Stray
Howard Mackie
John Romita, Jr.
John Romita, Jr.
Mr. Q; Mr. P; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Randy Robertson; Jill Stacy; Glory Grant
"The Stray"
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Published March 2001 by Marvel

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The Stray
Writer
Howard Mackie
Interior Art
John Romita, Jr.
Cover Art
John Romita, Jr.
Character Appearances
Mr. Q; Mr. P; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Randy Robertson; Jill Stacy; Glory Grant
Storyline
"The Stray"
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Published March 2001 by Image
"Every night you look up into the sky and wonder who created it all."
David Wohl; David Finch
David Finch
David Finch
Aphrodite IX
""Every night you look up into the sky and wonder who created it all.""
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Published March 2001 by Image

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"Every night you look up into the sky and wonder who created it all."
Writer
David Wohl; David Finch
Interior Art
David Finch
Cover Art
David Finch
Character Appearances
Aphrodite IX
Storyline
""Every night you look up into the sky and wonder who created it all.""
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Published March 2001 by Image
"Ladies and gentlemen of the council..."
David Wohl
David Finch
David Finch
Aphrodite IX; Madame Chairman; Burch; Neville Stewart; Abraxis (Cameo)
""Ladies and gentlemen of the council..."" After the conclusion of her last mission and her rescue by Stewart, Aphrodite struggles to regain her memories. She meets up with Burch for some answers but is attacked by government soldiers and Abraxis.
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Published March 2001 by Image

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"Ladies and gentlemen of the council..."
Writer
David Wohl
Interior Art
David Finch
Cover Art
David Finch
Character Appearances
Aphrodite IX; Madame Chairman; Burch; Neville Stewart; Abraxis (Cameo)
Storyline
""Ladies and gentlemen of the council..."" After the conclusion of her last mission and her rescue by Stewart, Aphrodite struggles to regain her memories. She meets up with Burch for some answers but is attacked by government soldiers and Abraxis.
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Published March 2001 by Archie
Stan Goldberg
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Published March 2001 by Archie

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Stan Goldberg
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Published March 2001 by Archie
Elf Help
Craig Boldman
Rex Lindsey
Rex W. Lindsey (signed)
Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Jingles; Moose Mason; Midge Klump
"Elf Help" Jingles uses his magic to turn everybody into their opposite self.
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Published March 2001 by Archie

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Elf Help
Writer
Craig Boldman
Interior Art
Rex Lindsey
Cover Art
Rex W. Lindsey (signed)
Character Appearances
Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Jingles; Moose Mason; Midge Klump
Storyline
"Elf Help" Jingles uses his magic to turn everybody into their opposite self.

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Story Title
Mess Distress!
Script
Fernando Ruiz [as Ruiz]
Pencils
Fernando Ruiz [as Ruiz]
Story Line
Mr and Mrs Jones return to find the house a shambles.

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Fan Art
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Crack's Up!
Script
Craig Boldman
Pencils
Rex Lindsey
Story Line
Gaston teaches Jughead how to crack an egg.

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Story Title
Initial Respose
Script
Hal Smith [as Smith]
Pencils
Kennedy
Story Line
Jughead feels that technology is too prevalent.

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Story Title
Do The Write Thing
Script
Craig Boldman
Pencils
Rex Lindsey
Story Line
When Jughead thinks that Trula is reading about handwriting analysis, he decides to get rid of all paper with his handwriting on it.
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Published March 2001 by Image
Here Nothing Can Go Wrong (part 2)
Brian Haberlin
Clayton Henry
Clayton Henry?
"Here Nothing Can Go Wrong (part 2)"
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Published March 2001 by Image

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Story Title
Here Nothing Can Go Wrong (part 2)
Writer
Brian Haberlin
Interior Art
Clayton Henry
Cover Art
Clayton Henry?
Storyline
"Here Nothing Can Go Wrong (part 2)"
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Published March 2001 by Image
"Mrs. Mazeppa has been looking out for the neighborhood as long as anyone can remember."
Brian Holguin
David Yardin
Jay Anacleto (signed)
Mrs. Mazeppa; Kildare; Swanee; Roland; Ondine; Pug; Kheya; Dionysus [as Dion]; Gwynnion [Mad Ginny]; Goodfellow [Puck]; Capris; Miss Porter
""Mrs. Mazeppa has been looking out for the neighborhood as long as anyone can remember."" Kildare and her friends celebrate Imbolg. Goodfellow comes to New York and starts making trouble.
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Published March 2001 by Image

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"Mrs. Mazeppa has been looking out for the neighborhood as long as anyone can remember."
Writer
Brian Holguin
Interior Art
David Yardin
Cover Art
Jay Anacleto (signed)
Character Appearances
Mrs. Mazeppa; Kildare; Swanee; Roland; Ondine; Pug; Kheya; Dionysus [as Dion]; Gwynnion [Mad Ginny]; Goodfellow [Puck]; Capris; Miss Porter
Storyline
""Mrs. Mazeppa has been looking out for the neighborhood as long as anyone can remember."" Kildare and her friends celebrate Imbolg. Goodfellow comes to New York and starts making trouble.
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Published March 2001 by DC
Brave New World - One of Four
Mark Millar
Frank Quitely
Frank Quitely (signed)
The Authority [Apollo; Doctor; Engineer; Jack Hawksmoor; Midnighter; Swift]; Jenny Quantum
"Brave New World - One of Four"
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Published March 2001 by DC

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Story Title
Brave New World - One of Four
Writer
Mark Millar
Interior Art
Frank Quitely
Cover Art
Frank Quitely (signed)
Character Appearances
The Authority [Apollo; Doctor; Engineer; Jack Hawksmoor; Midnighter; Swift]; Jenny Quantum
Storyline
"Brave New World - One of Four"
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Published March 2001 by Avatar Press

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Published March 2001 by Marvel
Above and Beyond
Kurt Busiek
Alan Davis
Alan Davis
Diablo; The Avengers [Triathlon; Warbird [Carol Danvers]; Scarlet Witch; Quicksilver; Wonder Man; Taskmaster; Vision; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Wasp; Goliath [Hank Pym]; Firebird; Black Knight [Dane Whitman]; Jack of Hearts; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Thor; Quasar [Wendell Vaughn]; Photon [Monica Rambeau]; Living Lightning]; Edwin Jarvis; Kang; Scarlet Centurion; Duane Freeman
"Above and Beyond"
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Published March 2001 by Marvel

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Story Title
Above and Beyond
Writer
Kurt Busiek
Interior Art
Alan Davis
Cover Art
Alan Davis
Character Appearances
Diablo; The Avengers [Triathlon; Warbird [Carol Danvers]; Scarlet Witch; Quicksilver; Wonder Man; Taskmaster; Vision; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Wasp; Goliath [Hank Pym]; Firebird; Black Knight [Dane Whitman]; Jack of Hearts; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Thor; Quasar [Wendell Vaughn]; Photon [Monica Rambeau]; Living Lightning]; Edwin Jarvis; Kang; Scarlet Centurion; Duane Freeman
Storyline
"Above and Beyond"
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Published March 2001 by DC
Accused
Dennis O'Neil
Sergio Cariello
Tony Harris
Azrael; Batman; Oracle [Barbara Gordon]
"Accused"
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Published March 2001 by DC

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Story Title
Accused
Writer
Dennis O'Neil
Interior Art
Sergio Cariello
Cover Art
Tony Harris
Character Appearances
Azrael; Batman; Oracle [Barbara Gordon]
Storyline
"Accused"
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Published March 2001 by Chaos! Comics
"Move it, sugar tits!"
Brian Pulido; Steven Grant
Adriano Batista
Adriano Batista
Bad Kitty [Catherine Bell]; Jean Beaujolais; Trench; Special Agent Manning; Tino Sinnella; Felland; Zombie Queen
""Move it, sugar tits!"" Bad Kitty cuts through the cops and mob goons who wrecked her life as she tries to discover why she was framed for murder by her own police force. Just as she finds that everything is linked to young people being abducted from the bus station to be used as slaves, she is brought down by a mysterious woman with zombies at her command. Bad Kitty is buried alive in an effort to turn her into a zombie as well.
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Published March 2001 by Chaos! Comics

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Story Title
"Move it, sugar tits!"
Writer
Brian Pulido; Steven Grant
Interior Art
Adriano Batista
Cover Art
Adriano Batista
Character Appearances
Bad Kitty [Catherine Bell]; Jean Beaujolais; Trench; Special Agent Manning; Tino Sinnella; Felland; Zombie Queen
Storyline
""Move it, sugar tits!"" Bad Kitty cuts through the cops and mob goons who wrecked her life as she tries to discover why she was framed for murder by her own police force. Just as she finds that everything is linked to young people being abducted from the bus station to be used as slaves, she is brought down by a mysterious woman with zombies at her command. Bad Kitty is buried alive in an effort to turn her into a zombie as well.
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Published March 2001 by DC
Mute Witness
Chuck Dixon
Dale Eaglesham
Damion Scott
Batgirl [Cassandra Cain]; Oracle [Barbara Gordon]; Commissioner James Gordon (image in photograph); Catwoman; Slyfox; Harvey Bullock; Catwoman (image on monitor)
"Mute Witness"
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Published March 2001 by DC

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Story Title
Mute Witness
Writer
Chuck Dixon
Interior Art
Dale Eaglesham
Cover Art
Damion Scott
Character Appearances
Batgirl [Cassandra Cain]; Oracle [Barbara Gordon]; Commissioner James Gordon (image in photograph); Catwoman; Slyfox; Harvey Bullock; Catwoman (image on monitor)
Storyline
"Mute Witness"
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