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Published May 1988 by Marvel
The Bombs Bursting...
Doug Murray
Wayne Vansant
John Beatty (signed)
"The Bombs Bursting..."
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Published May 1988 by Marvel

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The Bombs Bursting...
Writer
Doug Murray
Interior Art
Wayne Vansant
Cover Art
John Beatty (signed)
Storyline
"The Bombs Bursting..."
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Published May 1988 by Fleetway/Quality
Servant of Evil!
Tom Tully
Dave Gibbons
Ron Randall
"Servant of Evil!"
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Published May 1988 by Fleetway/Quality

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Servant of Evil!
Writer
Tom Tully
Interior Art
Dave Gibbons
Cover Art
Ron Randall
Storyline
"Servant of Evil!"

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The Riddle of the Astral Assassin
Script
Steve Moore
Pencils
Ron Turner
Story Line
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Published May 1988 by DC
Different Worlds
John Byrne
John Byrne (breakdowns); George Perez (finishes)
John Byrne; Kurt Schaffenberger; Dick Giordano; Curt Swan; Mike Mignola
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Wonder Woman [Diana]; Hermes; Myndi Mayer; Chrissie Fenton; VILLAINS: Darkseid; Desaad; Amazing Grace; Kalibak
"Different Worlds" Hermes summons Wonder Woman to Olympus from her romantic meeting with Superman, and the Man of Steel follows, but they arrive in different locations. After Hermes explains to Diana that Olympus has been taken over by Darkseid, the New God toys with the heroes, making them battle, as he discusses with Desaad his plans. When Superman and Wonder Woman find Darkseid and point out that he has conquered nothing as the Olympians abandoned their home, Darkseid sets off explosives throughout Olympus and leaves. But Olympus immediately regenerates and Wonder Woman and Superman return home as friends.
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Published May 1988 by DC

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Different Worlds
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne (breakdowns); George Perez (finishes)
Cover Art
John Byrne; Kurt Schaffenberger; Dick Giordano; Curt Swan; Mike Mignola
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Wonder Woman [Diana]; Hermes; Myndi Mayer; Chrissie Fenton; VILLAINS: Darkseid; Desaad; Amazing Grace; Kalibak
Storyline
"Different Worlds" Hermes summons Wonder Woman to Olympus from her romantic meeting with Superman, and the Man of Steel follows, but they arrive in different locations. After Hermes explains to Diana that Olympus has been taken over by Darkseid, the New God toys with the heroes, making them battle, as he discusses with Desaad his plans. When Superman and Wonder Woman find Darkseid and point out that he has conquered nothing as the Olympians abandoned their home, Darkseid sets off explosives throughout Olympus and leaves. But Olympus immediately regenerates and Wonder Woman and Superman return home as friends.

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True Love
Script
John Byrne (plot); Roger Stern (script)
Pencils
Kurt Schaffenberger
Story Line
Lois is upset that the papers are saying that Superman and Wonder Woman are dating. Clark, knowing the truth, shows up at Lois' to talk, but then disappears to answer his signal watch (shown in the "Friend in Need" story in Sequence 8).

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Games People Play
Script
John Byrne
Pencils
Dick Giordano
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Lex threatens to reveal to the public that Maggie is a lesbian. Lex learns that he has kryptonite poisoning.

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A Friend in Need
Script
John Byrne (plot); Roger Stern (script)
Pencils
Curt Swan
Story Line
Superman goes to Millersburg to answer Jimmy's signal watch, but weakens from kyptonite poisoning. Jimmy takes Superman to a cave and then goes for help.

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The Dark Where Madness Lies
Script
John Byrne
Pencils
Mike Mignola
Story Line
Weakened by the kryptonite, Superman thinks Man-Bat is a monster and tries to destroy him. Once he comes to his senses, he sends Man-Bat for help.
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Published May 24, 1988 by DC

First Appearance of Secret Six

...And The Pain Shall Leave My Heart
James Owsley [Christopher Priest]
Gil Kane
Dave Gibbons (signed)
Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Star Sapphire [Carol Ferris]; Katma Tui (dies); John Stewart; Arisia
"...And The Pain Shall Leave My Heart" Star Sapphire has gone mad after the loss of her Zamarons and kills Katma Tui when she comes looking for Hal Jordan.
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Published May 24, 1988 by DC

First Appearance of Secret Six

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Story Title
...And The Pain Shall Leave My Heart
Writer
James Owsley [Christopher Priest]
Interior Art
Gil Kane
Cover Art
Dave Gibbons (signed)
Character Appearances
Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Star Sapphire [Carol Ferris]; Katma Tui (dies); John Stewart; Arisia
Storyline
"...And The Pain Shall Leave My Heart" Star Sapphire has gone mad after the loss of her Zamarons and kills Katma Tui when she comes looking for Hal Jordan.

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Moral Stand Chapter One: Point Of Order
Script
Max Collins (co-creator)
Pencils
Terry Beatty (co-creator)
Story Line
The Committee For Social Change takes over a Davenport City Council meeting and Wild Dog charges in, killing several members of the group and freeing the hostages.

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Listening To The Mockingbird
Script
Martin Pasko
Pencils
Dan Spiegle
Story Line
Mockingbird calls his 5-year reunion of the Secret Six, at the same time calling together a new group of recruits.

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Faster Than A Speeding Bullet!
Script
Roger Stern
Pencils
Curt Swan
Story Line
Superman saves Bob Galt from an assasination.

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The Section Chief
Script
Mike Baron
Pencils
Dan Jurgens
Story Line
Deadman thwarts a C.I.A. drugs-for-guns run but discovers that the C.I.A. section chief can see him.

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Another Fine War
Script
Mike Grell
Pencils
Rick Burchett
Story Line
Blackhawk is attacked by a Mr. Zalecki he may owe money to, while Cynthia Hastings is looking for him.
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Published May 1988 by DC
The Hurrieder I Go
John Byrne (co-plot; script); Jerry Ordway (co-plot)
Jerry Ordway
Dave Gibbons (signed)
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Superman robot; Wonder Woman [Diana]; Lois Lane; Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Professor Emil Hamilton; Jerry White; Jose Delgado; Supergirl [Matrix] (cameo); Martha Kent; VILLAINS: Lex Luthor; Morgan Edge; Pearl
"The Hurrieder I Go" Batman gives Superman the results of the mysterious scrapbook, noting that he now knows Superman is Clark Kent, with Superman responding that he knows Batman is Bruce Wayne. Superman gives the scrapbook to Ma Kent for safekeeping, only to find out it was hers all along, and that it's been missing for awhile.
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The Hurrieder I Go
Writer
John Byrne (co-plot; script); Jerry Ordway (co-plot)
Interior Art
Jerry Ordway
Cover Art
Dave Gibbons (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Superman robot; Wonder Woman [Diana]; Lois Lane; Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Professor Emil Hamilton; Jerry White; Jose Delgado; Supergirl [Matrix] (cameo); Martha Kent; VILLAINS: Lex Luthor; Morgan Edge; Pearl
Storyline
"The Hurrieder I Go" Batman gives Superman the results of the mysterious scrapbook, noting that he now knows Superman is Clark Kent, with Superman responding that he knows Batman is Bruce Wayne. Superman gives the scrapbook to Ma Kent for safekeeping, only to find out it was hers all along, and that it's been missing for awhile.
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Published May 1988 by Eclipse
Bombs over Boston
Charles Biro; Dick Wood
Al Camy
Charles Biro
Airboy; Birdie; Captain Howard (introduction); Nazis; Carl Schweinhig (introduction)
"Bombs over Boston"
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Published May 1988 by Eclipse

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Bombs over Boston
Writer
Charles Biro; Dick Wood
Interior Art
Al Camy
Cover Art
Charles Biro
Character Appearances
Airboy; Birdie; Captain Howard (introduction); Nazis; Carl Schweinhig (introduction)
Storyline
"Bombs over Boston"

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The Mighty Thor
Script
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Pencils
Fred Kida
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Sub Spotter
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?
Pencils
Tony DiPreta
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The Flying Dragons
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Mort Leav
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The Impostor
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Pierce Rice
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There Was the Hag from Hades
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John Cassone
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The Man without a Soul
Script
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Pencils
Bob Fujitani
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Published May 1988 by Marvel
Orchids for the Baron
James Rose
Kelley Jones
Steve Geiger (signed)
General Rokk; Baron Ee-Lon; Lady Kala; Aerozar; Kronax; Blot; General Rokk; Jasun; Sairra; Klar
"Orchids for the Baron"
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Published May 1988 by Marvel

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Orchids for the Baron
Writer
James Rose
Interior Art
Kelley Jones
Cover Art
Steve Geiger (signed)
Character Appearances
General Rokk; Baron Ee-Lon; Lady Kala; Aerozar; Kronax; Blot; General Rokk; Jasun; Sairra; Klar
Storyline
"Orchids for the Baron"
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Published May 1988 by Eclipse
A Wire Down
Chuck Dixon
Ricardo Villagran
Conrad
Airboy; Birdie; Valkyrie; Iron Ace; Carl Detweiler (only apperance)
"A Wire Down"
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Published May 1988 by Eclipse

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Story Title
A Wire Down
Writer
Chuck Dixon
Interior Art
Ricardo Villagran
Cover Art
Conrad
Character Appearances
Airboy; Birdie; Valkyrie; Iron Ace; Carl Detweiler (only apperance)
Storyline
"A Wire Down"

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Story Title
Family Ties, Part Two
Script
Len Wein; Lou Mougin (plot)
Pencils
Carmine Infantino
Story Line
Story of Emmelman family in 1964 as their son meets Skywolf in Vietnam.
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Published May 1988 by Marvel
Travels With Willie
Michael Gallagher
Dave Manak
Dave Manak
Alf; Bob; Flo; Curtis; and Augie Shumway; Pete Zaparlor; Dr. Strangeglove (villain); Ybor (villain)
"Travels With Willie" A Wotif Story: "Wotif (chortle) Willie Tanner Had Crash Landed On Melmac?"
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Travels With Willie
Writer
Michael Gallagher
Interior Art
Dave Manak
Cover Art
Dave Manak
Character Appearances
Alf; Bob; Flo; Curtis; and Augie Shumway; Pete Zaparlor; Dr. Strangeglove (villain); Ybor (villain)
Storyline
"Travels With Willie" A Wotif Story: "Wotif (chortle) Willie Tanner Had Crash Landed On Melmac?"

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One Tiny Mistake
Script
Michael Gallagher
Pencils
Dave Manak
Story Line
The Tanners celebrate Alf's one year anniversary with them but a nosy neighbor barges in and eats some of Alf's shrinking powder.
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Published May 1988 by Eclipse
Phony Express
Bruce Jones
Thom Enriquez (breakdowns)
William Stout
"Phony Express"
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Published May 1988 by Eclipse

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Phony Express
Writer
Bruce Jones
Interior Art
Thom Enriquez (breakdowns)
Cover Art
William Stout
Storyline
"Phony Express"

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Looking for Louie
Script
Bruce Jones
Pencils
Ralph Reese
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Boots and Jackets
Script
Bruce Jones
Pencils
Eric Shanower
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In the Meadow
Script
Bruce Jones
Pencils
Mike Dringenberg
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Jupiter Rising
Script
Bruce Jones
Pencils
Bill Wray
Story Line

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Worlds Apart
Script
Bruce Jones
Pencils
Bob Fingerman
Story Line
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Published May 1988 by Marvel
Liveworld
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]]; VILLAIN: Dreamqueen; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Tundra
"Liveworld" The Dreamqueen traps Laura Dean in Liveworld (the alternate dimension where Laura goes when she transforms into Goblyn) so that she can find the secret of traversing dimensions. Alpha Flight and their Box spaceship are drawn into Liveworld to try and rescue Goblyn's alter ego.
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Story Title
Liveworld
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]]; VILLAIN: Dreamqueen; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Tundra
Storyline
"Liveworld" The Dreamqueen traps Laura Dean in Liveworld (the alternate dimension where Laura goes when she transforms into Goblyn) so that she can find the secret of traversing dimensions. Alpha Flight and their Box spaceship are drawn into Liveworld to try and rescue Goblyn's alter ego.
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Published May 1988 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance Venom

First full appearance of Venom

Venom
David Michelinie
Todd McFarlane
Todd McFarlane (signed)
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; GUESTS: Mary Jane Parker; Aunt May Parker; Robbie Robertson; Flash Thompson; Nathan Lubensky; VILLAIN: Venom [Eddie Brock] (1st Full); CAMEO: The Thing; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Mr. Fantastic; Sin Eater
"Venom" Spidey's old alien costume has merged with reporter Eddie Brock who thinks his career was ruined by Spider-Man and the symbiote of the two, Venom, takes on the web slinger. At MJ's request, Spidey returns to the blue and red costume as she now finds his black duds way too creepy.
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Published May 1988 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance Venom

First full appearance of Venom

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Story Title
Venom
Writer
David Michelinie
Interior Art
Todd McFarlane
Cover Art
Todd McFarlane (signed)
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; GUESTS: Mary Jane Parker; Aunt May Parker; Robbie Robertson; Flash Thompson; Nathan Lubensky; VILLAIN: Venom [Eddie Brock] (1st Full); CAMEO: The Thing; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Mr. Fantastic; Sin Eater
Storyline
"Venom" Spidey's old alien costume has merged with reporter Eddie Brock who thinks his career was ruined by Spider-Man and the symbiote of the two, Venom, takes on the web slinger. At MJ's request, Spidey returns to the blue and red costume as she now finds his black duds way too creepy.
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Published May 1988 by Archie
Come Together in Calgary
George Gladir
Stan Goldberg
Stan Goldberg (signed)
Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Jughead Jones; Mr. Lodge
"Come Together in Calgary" The gang are in Calgary for the Winter Olympics, when Mr. Lodge takes them to Fratalia.
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Come Together in Calgary
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg
Cover Art
Stan Goldberg (signed)
Character Appearances
Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Jughead Jones; Mr. Lodge
Storyline
"Come Together in Calgary" The gang are in Calgary for the Winter Olympics, when Mr. Lodge takes them to Fratalia.
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Published May 1988 by Archie
Dan DeCarlo
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Dan DeCarlo
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Published May 1988 by DC
Ten Nights of the Beast! Part III
Jim Starlin
Jim Aparo
Mike Zeck
Batman; Robin [Jason Todd]; Commissioner Gordon; KGBeast (villain)
"Ten Nights of the Beast! Part III"
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Ten Nights of the Beast! Part III
Writer
Jim Starlin
Interior Art
Jim Aparo
Cover Art
Mike Zeck
Character Appearances
Batman; Robin [Jason Todd]; Commissioner Gordon; KGBeast (villain)
Storyline
"Ten Nights of the Beast! Part III"
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Published May 1988 by Archie
It's In The Stars
George Gladir
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Ethel Muggs; Pop Tate; Archie Andrews
"It's In The Stars" Impressed with Ethel's success following astrology, Betty tries it to get closer to Archie.
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It's In The Stars
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Ethel Muggs; Pop Tate; Archie Andrews
Storyline
"It's In The Stars" Impressed with Ethel's success following astrology, Betty tries it to get closer to Archie.

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Tough Enough
Script
Dan Parent
Pencils
Dan Parent
Story Line
Archie and Reggie deride the aerobics workout Veronica and Betty undergo, prompting Veronica to challenge them to do it.

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Story Title
Help
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G]
Story Line
Betty coaches Archie in basketball to help him improve his game and his confidence. Unfortunately for her, she succeeds.

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Story Title
Video Vignettes
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Betty screens the video record she made of the gang's recent ski trip.

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Story Title
Dolly Folly
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan Parent
Story Line
Sabrina and her aunts participate in making dolls for a "Dolls For Charity" event. Hilda, however, doesn't quite get it.

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Story Title
The Bookworms
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Miss Grundy assigns Betty and Archie to weed out the unusable books from the library stacks. Because they were excused from class to do this, Reggie and Veronica plot a prank out of vengeance.
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Published [May] 1988 by DC
Iron Dreams & Bloody Murder
Howard Chaykin
Howard Chaykin
Howard Chaykin (signed)
Blackhawk; Olaf Friedriksen; Stanislaus Drozdowski; Ritter Hendricksen; Chuck Sirianni; André Blanc-Dumont; Weng Chan; Hightower; Reba MacMahon; Death Mayhew; Natalie Reed
"Iron Dreams & Bloody Murder"
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Iron Dreams & Bloody Murder
Writer
Howard Chaykin
Interior Art
Howard Chaykin
Cover Art
Howard Chaykin (signed)
Character Appearances
Blackhawk; Olaf Friedriksen; Stanislaus Drozdowski; Ritter Hendricksen; Chuck Sirianni; André Blanc-Dumont; Weng Chan; Hightower; Reba MacMahon; Death Mayhew; Natalie Reed
Storyline
"Iron Dreams & Bloody Murder"
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Published May 1988 by DC
If, At First, You Don't Succeed...!
Len Wein
Don Heck
Chris Wozniak (signed)
Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Thomas Kord; Melody Case; Randall Truman; Emily Truman; Carapax [Conrad Carapax]; Lt. Max Fisher
"If, At First, You Don't Succeed...!" Ted loses the control over Kord Inc. to his father Thomas. Next, Carapax resurfaces and attacks.
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If, At First, You Don't Succeed...!
Writer
Len Wein
Interior Art
Don Heck
Cover Art
Chris Wozniak (signed)
Character Appearances
Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Thomas Kord; Melody Case; Randall Truman; Emily Truman; Carapax [Conrad Carapax]; Lt. Max Fisher
Storyline
"If, At First, You Don't Succeed...!" Ted loses the control over Kord Inc. to his father Thomas. Next, Carapax resurfaces and attacks.
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Published May 1988 by Marvel
The Presidential Race or "Every Man-Date for Himself"
Dave Manak
Ernie Colon
Ernie Colon
"The Presidential Race or "Every Man-Date for Himself""
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The Presidential Race or "Every Man-Date for Himself"
Writer
Dave Manak
Interior Art
Ernie Colon
Cover Art
Ernie Colon
Storyline
"The Presidential Race or "Every Man-Date for Himself""

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Script
Dave Manak
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Ernie Colon
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Alexander the Late
Script
Dave Manak
Pencils
Dave Manak
Story Line

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The Secret of the Jelly Beans Mystery or "Spilling the Beans!"
Script
Dave Manak
Pencils
Ernie Colon
Story Line
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Published May 1988 by Eclipse
A Flash from the Past
Trina Robbins
Trina Robbins
Trina Robbins
Max Muldoon; Mo Muldoon; Grammy Muldoon; Maxine Maurine Muldoon (flashback); Agnes Muldoon (flashback)
"A Flash from the Past" Mo and Max find their great-grandmother's diary and after they read it they realize that their lives in modern times are really very easy.
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A Flash from the Past
Writer
Trina Robbins
Interior Art
Trina Robbins
Cover Art
Trina Robbins
Character Appearances
Max Muldoon; Mo Muldoon; Grammy Muldoon; Maxine Maurine Muldoon (flashback); Agnes Muldoon (flashback)
Storyline
"A Flash from the Past" Mo and Max find their great-grandmother's diary and after they read it they realize that their lives in modern times are really very easy.

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Story Title
The Sound of Breaking Glass
Script
Trina Robbins
Pencils
Barb Rausch
Story Line
Max agrees to model designer Paul LeMans's new dress made of glass beads, but they attend the opera where the diva's high notes break the glass.
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