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Published April 1994 by Malibu
Jim Starlin
Jim Starlin
Jim Starlin
'Breed
"" Raymond learns his mother is still alive.
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Published April 1994 by Malibu

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Writer
Jim Starlin
Interior Art
Jim Starlin
Cover Art
Jim Starlin
Character Appearances
'Breed
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"" Raymond learns his mother is still alive.
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Published April 1994 by Marvel
Hammer's Echo
Gerard Jones
Joe Brozowski [as J.J. Birch]
Paul Ryan (signed)
Hulk 2099; The Thorites; Sigurd (though this is not actually him)
"Hammer's Echo" Hulk 2099 and the Thorites battle Sigurd, only to find that Sigurd was actually a failed medical experiment and not really a true foe of Valhalla.
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Published April 1994 by Marvel

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Hammer's Echo
Writer
Gerard Jones
Interior Art
Joe Brozowski [as J.J. Birch]
Cover Art
Paul Ryan (signed)
Character Appearances
Hulk 2099; The Thorites; Sigurd (though this is not actually him)
Storyline
"Hammer's Echo" Hulk 2099 and the Thorites battle Sigurd, only to find that Sigurd was actually a failed medical experiment and not really a true foe of Valhalla.

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"In the magic business using your real name is a useful shortcut to the grave."
Script
Warren Ellis
Pencils
D'Israeli
Story Line
Metal Scream tries to acquire the Hand of Tiamet before evil can get its hands on it but arrives to late and battles Pain Queen thinking that she was the one that killed Pylon when it was in fact Necrosis who killed Pylon and took the hand. Metal Scream later finds and lobotomizes Necrosis.

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"A billion neon beads strung out on latices of concrete and steel."
Script
Ian Edgington
Pencils
David Klein
Story Line
Lachryma 2099's origin story
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Published April 1994 by DC
Blue Skies of Purgartory
Dave Louapre
Vince Locke
Gaz (photographer); Richard Bruning (designer)
Damien Kane; Un-Men [Crassus; Brontes; Daedalus; Scylla]; Lupo; Dr. Manguy; Alexiev Gogol
"Blue Skies of Purgartory" Damien and Crassus reach Romania where Damien is captured by Lupo and given to Gogol.
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Published April 1994 by DC

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Blue Skies of Purgartory
Writer
Dave Louapre
Interior Art
Vince Locke
Cover Art
Gaz (photographer); Richard Bruning (designer)
Character Appearances
Damien Kane; Un-Men [Crassus; Brontes; Daedalus; Scylla]; Lupo; Dr. Manguy; Alexiev Gogol
Storyline
"Blue Skies of Purgartory" Damien and Crassus reach Romania where Damien is captured by Lupo and given to Gogol.
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Published April 1994 by DC
False Dawn
Paul Witcover; Elizabeth Hand
Malcolm Davis
Malcolm Davis [as MAL.] (signed)
"False Dawn"
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Published April 1994 by DC

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False Dawn
Writer
Paul Witcover; Elizabeth Hand
Interior Art
Malcolm Davis
Cover Art
Malcolm Davis [as MAL.] (signed)
Storyline
"False Dawn"
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Published April 1994 by DC
A Strange And Reckless Freedom
Jamie Delano
Steve Pugh
George Pratt (painting)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Mary Frazier; Annie Cassidy; Lucy Cassidy; Ellen Baker; Cliff Baker; Evelyn Patterson; Maxine Baker
"A Strange And Reckless Freedom" Maxine is buried and Ellen leaves for New York, but Cliff refuses to leave Maxine's grave and is there to witness her return from the dead.
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Published April 1994 by DC

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A Strange And Reckless Freedom
Writer
Jamie Delano
Interior Art
Steve Pugh
Cover Art
George Pratt (painting)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Mary Frazier; Annie Cassidy; Lucy Cassidy; Ellen Baker; Cliff Baker; Evelyn Patterson; Maxine Baker
Storyline
"A Strange And Reckless Freedom" Maxine is buried and Ellen leaves for New York, but Cliff refuses to leave Maxine's grave and is there to witness her return from the dead.
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Published April 1994 by Valiant
Ladakh Attack
Mike Baron
Mike Vosburg; Paul Hewlitt (art assistant)
Mike Vosburg [as Voz] (signed)
Shadowman [Jack Boniface]; Master Darque; Archer [Obadiah Archer]; Armstrong
"Ladakh Attack"
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Published April 1994 by Valiant

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Ladakh Attack
Writer
Mike Baron
Interior Art
Mike Vosburg; Paul Hewlitt (art assistant)
Cover Art
Mike Vosburg [as Voz] (signed)
Character Appearances
Shadowman [Jack Boniface]; Master Darque; Archer [Obadiah Archer]; Armstrong
Storyline
"Ladakh Attack"
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Published April 1994 by Archie
Dan DeCarlo
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Published April 1994 by Archie

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Dan DeCarlo
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Published April 1994 by Dark Horse
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Bruce Zick
Bruce Zick
Christina Sells; Bruce Zick
"none" Atlas defeats Sh'en Chui. Neo, Lord of Lords of the Pantheon, blocks star energy from Earth and GoldenRod. Atlas reveals Temple of Wonders, and GoldenRod's energy is used up.
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Published April 1994 by Dark Horse

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Writer
Bruce Zick
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Bruce Zick
Cover Art
Christina Sells; Bruce Zick
Storyline
"none" Atlas defeats Sh'en Chui. Neo, Lord of Lords of the Pantheon, blocks star energy from Earth and GoldenRod. Atlas reveals Temple of Wonders, and GoldenRod's energy is used up.
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Published April 1994 by Slave Labor

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Published April 1994 by Axis Comics
Induction
Javier Saltares
Javier Saltares
Javier Saltares (signed)
B.E.A.S.T.I.E.S. [Lion; Rhino; Cheetah; Shark]; Robyn Ulysses
"Induction" The B.E.A.S.T.I.E.S. take down a group of terrorists and try to recruit a new member.
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Published April 1994 by Axis Comics

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Story Title
Induction
Writer
Javier Saltares
Interior Art
Javier Saltares
Cover Art
Javier Saltares (signed)
Character Appearances
B.E.A.S.T.I.E.S. [Lion; Rhino; Cheetah; Shark]; Robyn Ulysses
Storyline
"Induction" The B.E.A.S.T.I.E.S. take down a group of terrorists and try to recruit a new member.
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Published April 1994 by Marvel
Romance Forever
Trina Robbins
Mary Wilshire
Amanda Conner
Barbie; Skipper
"Romance Forever" Skipper needing to write a romantic play, reads "Romeo and Juliet", "Gone With the Wind", and "the Once and Future King".
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Published April 1994 by Marvel

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Story Title
Romance Forever
Writer
Trina Robbins
Interior Art
Mary Wilshire
Cover Art
Amanda Conner
Character Appearances
Barbie; Skipper
Storyline
"Romance Forever" Skipper needing to write a romantic play, reads "Romeo and Juliet", "Gone With the Wind", and "the Once and Future King".
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Published [April] 1994 by Bongo
Where Stalks... the Penalizer!
Jan Strnad
Steve Vance
Steve Vance (signed)
Bartman [Bart Simpson]; the Penalizer [Principal Skinner]; Homer Simpson; Marge Simpson; Lisa Simpson; Grampa Simpson [Abe Simpson]; Apu Nahasapeemapetilon; Nelson Muntz; Kent Brockman; Dr. Julius Hibbert; Mr. Burns [Charles Montgomery Burns]; Waylon Smithers; Dolph; Jimbo Jones; Kearney; Barney Gumble; Chief Wiggum; Agnes Krabappel; Martin Prince; Wendell; Milhouse van Houten; Groundskeeper Willie
"Where Stalks... the Penalizer!" Bartman faces off against the evil Penalizer.
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Published [April] 1994 by Bongo

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Where Stalks... the Penalizer!
Writer
Jan Strnad
Interior Art
Steve Vance
Cover Art
Steve Vance (signed)
Character Appearances
Bartman [Bart Simpson]; the Penalizer [Principal Skinner]; Homer Simpson; Marge Simpson; Lisa Simpson; Grampa Simpson [Abe Simpson]; Apu Nahasapeemapetilon; Nelson Muntz; Kent Brockman; Dr. Julius Hibbert; Mr. Burns [Charles Montgomery Burns]; Waylon Smithers; Dolph; Jimbo Jones; Kearney; Barney Gumble; Chief Wiggum; Agnes Krabappel; Martin Prince; Wendell; Milhouse van Houten; Groundskeeper Willie
Storyline
"Where Stalks... the Penalizer!" Bartman faces off against the evil Penalizer.
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Published April 1994 by DC
Troubled Dreams
Kelley Puckett
Mike Parobeck
Mike Parobeck
Batman; GUEST: Commissioner Gordon; Alfred Pennyworth; VILLAIN: the Scarecrow; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Thomas Wayne; Martha Wayne
"Troubled Dreams" Scarecrow has devised a way to make Gotham afraid of his image, and Batman has to fight his own fears to take Crane down.
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Published April 1994 by DC

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Story Title
Troubled Dreams
Writer
Kelley Puckett
Interior Art
Mike Parobeck
Cover Art
Mike Parobeck
Character Appearances
Batman; GUEST: Commissioner Gordon; Alfred Pennyworth; VILLAIN: the Scarecrow; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Thomas Wayne; Martha Wayne
Storyline
"Troubled Dreams" Scarecrow has devised a way to make Gotham afraid of his image, and Batman has to fight his own fears to take Crane down.
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Published April 1994 by DC
Quarry Part One
Dennis O'Neil
Ron Wagner
Norm Breyfogle (signed)
Sir Hemingford Gray [Bruce Wayne]; Shondra Kinsolving; Alfred Pennyworth; Benjamin Asplin; Robin [Tim Drake]
"Quarry Part One" Bruce becomes Sir Hemingford Gray and attempts to free Shondra from the clutches of her brother. The brother and sister are capable of killing by thought, from long distance.
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Published April 1994 by DC

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Story Title
Quarry Part One
Writer
Dennis O'Neil
Interior Art
Ron Wagner
Cover Art
Norm Breyfogle (signed)
Character Appearances
Sir Hemingford Gray [Bruce Wayne]; Shondra Kinsolving; Alfred Pennyworth; Benjamin Asplin; Robin [Tim Drake]
Storyline
"Quarry Part One" Bruce becomes Sir Hemingford Gray and attempts to free Shondra from the clutches of her brother. The brother and sister are capable of killing by thought, from long distance.
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Published April 1994 by Marvel
Dead From the Neck Up!
Mike Lackey
Rick Parker
Rick Parker (signed)
Beavis; Butt-head; David Van Driessen
"Dead From the Neck Up!" Beavis and Butt-head cause havoc at a stranger's funeral.
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Published April 1994 by Marvel

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Story Title
Dead From the Neck Up!
Writer
Mike Lackey
Interior Art
Rick Parker
Cover Art
Rick Parker (signed)
Character Appearances
Beavis; Butt-head; David Van Driessen
Storyline
"Dead From the Neck Up!" Beavis and Butt-head cause havoc at a stranger's funeral.

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Story Title
Tom Anderson's True Tales of War
Script
Mike Lackey
Pencils
Rick Parker
Story Line
Tom Anderson relates an ultra-violent World War II flashback to Beavis and Butt-head.

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Wonder Man Parody
Script
Mike Lackey (Beavis and Butt-head elements); ? (Wonder Man elements)
Pencils
Rick Parker (Beavis and Butt-head elements); Jeff Johnson (Wonder Man elements)
Story Line
Beavis and Butt-head read a Wonder Man comic and lampoon it.

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Wolverine Parody
Script
Mike Lackey (Beavis and Butt-head elements); ? (Wolverine elements)
Pencils
Rick Parker (Beavis and Butt-head elements); Tom Morgan (Wolverine elements)
Story Line
Beavis and Butt-head read a Wolverine comic and lampoon it.
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Published April 1994 by Caliber Press

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Published April 1994 by Archie
Doll-ightful
George Gladir
Henry Scarpelli
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper
"Doll-ightful" Betty reminisces about her doll collection.
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Published April 1994 by Archie

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Story Title
Doll-ightful
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Henry Scarpelli
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper
Storyline
"Doll-ightful" Betty reminisces about her doll collection.

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Story Title
A Sign Of The Times
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Betty and Jughead discuss Archie's new business venture.

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Story Title
Tuff Times
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Everyone in the gang is having to make do with less.

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Story Title
Bitten By The Collector's Bug
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty goes to the Riverdale Collector's Show to do a story for the school paper on various hobby interests.

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Story Title
Cowbaby Sitter
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
Betty has to babysit the "Terrible Turner Twins".

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Story Title
Paper Caper
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Doug Crane
Story Line
While leafing through an antique book of paper dolls of thirties era movie starlets, Betty fantasizes being in their shoes.
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Published April 1994 by Archie
Going To Extremes
Frank Doyle
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Mr. Weatherbee; Svenson the janitor; Miss Grundy
"Going To Extremes" The furnace at Riverdale High breaks down, causing the school to become as frigid inside as the weather outside.
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Published April 1994 by Archie

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Going To Extremes
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Mr. Weatherbee; Svenson the janitor; Miss Grundy
Storyline
"Going To Extremes" The furnace at Riverdale High breaks down, causing the school to become as frigid inside as the weather outside.

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Story Title
Bargain Hunters
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty and Veronica stage a shopping contest to see who can find the biggest bargain.

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Story Title
Dilton's Date
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Dilton is dateless for the Junior Scientists Of America Dinner Dance, so both Betty and Veronica separately get the idea of surprising Dilton by being his date - - without telling the other.

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Story Title
Crass Class
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Miss Grundy is having a problem with tardy students.

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Story Title
Alien
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
After viewing a horror film with Betty and Veronica, Veronica's cousin Mimsy thinks she's seen an alien land by the back gardening shed of the estate.
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Published April 1994 by Archie
Too Much Infomercial
Dan Parent
Dan DeCarlo
Bill Golliher (signed)
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Hiram Lodge
"Too Much Infomercial" Betty invents a hair styling tool from a bent coat hanger. When Veronica spots it, she takes the idea to her father and Mr. Lodge markets it. The product starts out a success for Betty, until Veronica starts micro-managing things.
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Published April 1994 by Archie

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Story Title
Too Much Infomercial
Writer
Dan Parent
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Bill Golliher (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Hiram Lodge
Storyline
"Too Much Infomercial" Betty invents a hair styling tool from a bent coat hanger. When Veronica spots it, she takes the idea to her father and Mr. Lodge markets it. The product starts out a success for Betty, until Veronica starts micro-managing things.

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Jersey City 07303
Script
Dan Parent
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty wins a contest securing her and Veronica bit parts on their favorite television show. But when Veronica learns that Betty gets a speaking line in the show and she doesn't, she becomes determined to upstage Betty any way possible.

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Story Title
Love Notions
Script
Michael Gallagher
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
In order to counter the effects of Betty's supposed enchanted locket, Veronica goes to a phony fortune teller and gets a love talisman of her own guaranteed to win her Archie's undying affections.
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Published Spring 1994 by Caliber Press
The Man Called Mr. Mask
Chris Ecker [as Tom King] (signed)
Chris Ecker [as Tom King] (signed)
Chris Ecker
Knight Watchman; Mr. Mask [Hal Owen]; Dr. Finger; "Jolly Joe" Sheldon
"The Man Called Mr. Mask" A freak accident turns Owen's features rubber-like. He loses his mind and becomes s villain.
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Published Spring 1994 by Caliber Press

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Story Title
The Man Called Mr. Mask
Writer
Chris Ecker [as Tom King] (signed)
Interior Art
Chris Ecker [as Tom King] (signed)
Cover Art
Chris Ecker
Character Appearances
Knight Watchman; Mr. Mask [Hal Owen]; Dr. Finger; "Jolly Joe" Sheldon
Storyline
"The Man Called Mr. Mask" A freak accident turns Owen's features rubber-like. He loses his mind and becomes s villain.

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Story Title
"It must be insomnia, Doc - I didn't sleep a wink last night!"
Script
Gary Carlson (signed)
Pencils
Gary Carlson (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
The Shrine of Crime
Script
Gary Carlson [as Joe Kingler]
Pencils
Mark Lewis [as Jack Simmons]
Story Line

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Story Title
The Babynapping Plot of Madame X!
Script
Edward DeGeorge
Pencils
Randy Zimmerman
Story Line
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