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Published May 1990 by Marvel
Football Hero
Doug Murray
Wayne Vansant (breakdowns)
? Evans (signed)
"Football Hero"
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Football Hero
Writer
Doug Murray
Interior Art
Wayne Vansant (breakdowns)
Cover Art
? Evans (signed)
Storyline
"Football Hero"
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Published May 1990 by Fleetway/Quality
none
Tom Tully
Massimo Belardinelli
Tom Artis
"none"
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Published May 1990 by Fleetway/Quality

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none
Writer
Tom Tully
Interior Art
Massimo Belardinelli
Cover Art
Tom Artis
Storyline
"none"

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none
Script
Malcolm Shaw
Pencils
Jesus Redondo
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none
Script
Alan Hebden
Pencils
Massimo Belardinelli
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none
Script
A. Ridgway
Pencils
Mike White
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Published May 1990 by DC
Day of the Darkening
Dan Mishkin
Jan Duursema
Jan Duursema
"Day of the Darkening"
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Published May 1990 by DC

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Day of the Darkening
Writer
Dan Mishkin
Interior Art
Jan Duursema
Cover Art
Jan Duursema
Storyline
"Day of the Darkening"
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Published May 1990 by DC
Stayin' Alive!
Gerard Jones
Russell Braun; Jose Delbo
Russell Braun
Ford Fairlane
"Stayin' Alive!" Young Ford meets Johnny Crunch, moves to L.A.; meets Captain Cool and the Disco Express ("Booty Time"); solves his first murder case.
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Published May 1990 by DC

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Stayin' Alive!
Writer
Gerard Jones
Interior Art
Russell Braun; Jose Delbo
Cover Art
Russell Braun
Character Appearances
Ford Fairlane
Storyline
"Stayin' Alive!" Young Ford meets Johnny Crunch, moves to L.A.; meets Captain Cool and the Disco Express ("Booty Time"); solves his first murder case.
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Published May 1990 by DC
The Limits of Power!
Dan Jurgens
Dan Jurgens (layouts); Dick Giordano (finishes) [as "Sludd" Giordano]
Dan Jurgens (signed)
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Hank Henshaw; Terri Henshaw; Steve (dies); Jim Garrison (dies); Lois Lane; Lucy Lane; Perry White; Alice White; Cat Grant; Jose Delgado; Adam Morgan; VILLAINS: Intergang [Ugly Mannheim; Morgan Edge]
"The Limits of Power!" Four astronauts gain powers when their ship is hit by radiation. Unlike another fantastic foursome, these four don't fair so well. Plus, Lois and Clark share a kiss.
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The Limits of Power!
Writer
Dan Jurgens
Interior Art
Dan Jurgens (layouts); Dick Giordano (finishes) [as "Sludd" Giordano]
Cover Art
Dan Jurgens (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Hank Henshaw; Terri Henshaw; Steve (dies); Jim Garrison (dies); Lois Lane; Lucy Lane; Perry White; Alice White; Cat Grant; Jose Delgado; Adam Morgan; VILLAINS: Intergang [Ugly Mannheim; Morgan Edge]
Storyline
"The Limits of Power!" Four astronauts gain powers when their ship is hit by radiation. Unlike another fantastic foursome, these four don't fair so well. Plus, Lois and Clark share a kiss.
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Published May 1990 by Marvel
Used Karma!
Michael Gallagher
Dave Manak
Dave Manak?
ALF; Brian Tanner; Willie Tanner; Dorothy Halligan; Honest Herb
"Used Karma!" ALF helps Brian with a journalism assignment.
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Used Karma!
Writer
Michael Gallagher
Interior Art
Dave Manak
Cover Art
Dave Manak?
Character Appearances
ALF; Brian Tanner; Willie Tanner; Dorothy Halligan; Honest Herb
Storyline
"Used Karma!" ALF helps Brian with a journalism assignment.

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Pop goes the Quiz!
Script
Michael Gallagher
Pencils
Dave Manak
Story Line
ALF tells Brian about Quiz Me World, the Melmacian math-related theme park.

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Story Title
Melmac Mail Sack
Script
?
Pencils
?
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The Melmatchmaker
Script
Michael Gallagher
Pencils
Dave Manak
Story Line
ALF helps Kate and Willie make-up after a fight.
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Published May 1990 by Dark Horse
Mark Verheiden
Denis Beauvais; Roger Casselman (layout assistant)
Denis Beauvais (signed, painting)
Rebecca
"" General Spears succeeds in bringing his Alien army to Earth, but finds out to late that he was never able to tame the Aliens... He pays the ultimate price for his folly. Butler sacrifices himself in order to help Newt and Hicks escape to another space station where they meet Ellen Ripley. She intends to find out what the Aliens are actually doing on Earth.
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Published May 1990 by Dark Horse

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Writer
Mark Verheiden
Interior Art
Denis Beauvais; Roger Casselman (layout assistant)
Cover Art
Denis Beauvais (signed, painting)
Character Appearances
Rebecca
Storyline
"" General Spears succeeds in bringing his Alien army to Earth, but finds out to late that he was never able to tame the Aliens... He pays the ultimate price for his folly. Butler sacrifices himself in order to help Newt and Hicks escape to another space station where they meet Ellen Ripley. She intends to find out what the Aliens are actually doing on Earth.
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Published May 1990 by Marvel
Earth War Part One: The Big Picture
James D. Hudnall
John Calimee
Michael Golden
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [Heather Hudson]; Sasquatch [Wanda Langkowski]; Box [Madison Jeffries]; Shaman [Michael Twoyoungmen]; Talisman [Elizabeth Twoyoungmen]; Diamond Lil; Aurora; Northstar]; GUESTS: Gamma Flight [Nemesis; Wildchild; Witchfire; Silver; Auric]; VILLAIN: The Sorcerer; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Nekra; Scorpion; Owl; Asp
"Earth War Part One: The Big Picture" Alpha Flight escapes from the Canadian government but are framed as murderers. Gamma Flight is sent after them to bring them in. Talisman flies off alone to confront the Sorcerer but finds he has already opened the Gateway of Night.
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Published May 1990 by Marvel

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Story Title
Earth War Part One: The Big Picture
Writer
James D. Hudnall
Interior Art
John Calimee
Cover Art
Michael Golden
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [Heather Hudson]; Sasquatch [Wanda Langkowski]; Box [Madison Jeffries]; Shaman [Michael Twoyoungmen]; Talisman [Elizabeth Twoyoungmen]; Diamond Lil; Aurora; Northstar]; GUESTS: Gamma Flight [Nemesis; Wildchild; Witchfire; Silver; Auric]; VILLAIN: The Sorcerer; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Nekra; Scorpion; Owl; Asp
Storyline
"Earth War Part One: The Big Picture" Alpha Flight escapes from the Canadian government but are framed as murderers. Gamma Flight is sent after them to bring them in. Talisman flies off alone to confront the Sorcerer but finds he has already opened the Gateway of Night.
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Published May 1990 by Marvel
Sunday in the Park with Venom
David Michelinie
Erik Larsen
Erik Larsen (signed)
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; GUESTS: Mary Jane Parker; Aunt May Parker; Nathan Lubensky; VILLAINS: Venom [Eddie Brock]; Styx; Stone; Jonathon Caesar; CAMEOS: Jay Leno; Malcom Forbes
"Sunday in the Park with Venom" Caesar hires Styx and Stone to punish Spider-Man for interfering with his campaign to woo MJ. Venom and Spidey tussle in the park.
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Published May 1990 by Marvel

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Sunday in the Park with Venom
Writer
David Michelinie
Interior Art
Erik Larsen
Cover Art
Erik Larsen (signed)
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; GUESTS: Mary Jane Parker; Aunt May Parker; Nathan Lubensky; VILLAINS: Venom [Eddie Brock]; Styx; Stone; Jonathon Caesar; CAMEOS: Jay Leno; Malcom Forbes
Storyline
"Sunday in the Park with Venom" Caesar hires Styx and Stone to punish Spider-Man for interfering with his campaign to woo MJ. Venom and Spidey tussle in the park.
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Published May 1990 by DC
Crisis
Grant Morrison
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Psycho Pirate [Roger Hayden]; Streaky; Scarecrow [Jonathan Crane]; Crime Syndicate of Earth-3 [Power Ring, Ultraman; Johnny Quick; Owlman]; Bug-Eyed Bandit; Detective Chimp; James Highwater; Phantom Stranger; Binky; Immortal Man; Jason Blood; Icicle; Psimon; Ten-Eyed Man; The Spectre [not of Earth-1 or Earth-2]; Uberman; Justice League of Earth-17 [Overman; Bat-Man; Robin]; Love Syndicate of Dreamworld [Sunshine Superman; Speed Freak; Magic Lantern]; Aquagirl [Tula]; Sargon the Sorcerer; Prince Ra-Man; Beppo; Kole
"Crisis" Having time-travelled to the past, Animal Man has a philosophical discussion with the Phantom Stranger, Immortal Man, and Jason Blood. In the present, Psycho Pirate returns several old characters (and several newly created characters) to continuity. But when he re-creates one very dangerous character, Animal Man is summoned by the aliens and James Hightower.
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Published May 1990 by DC

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Story Title
Crisis
Writer
Grant Morrison
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Psycho Pirate [Roger Hayden]; Streaky; Scarecrow [Jonathan Crane]; Crime Syndicate of Earth-3 [Power Ring, Ultraman; Johnny Quick; Owlman]; Bug-Eyed Bandit; Detective Chimp; James Highwater; Phantom Stranger; Binky; Immortal Man; Jason Blood; Icicle; Psimon; Ten-Eyed Man; The Spectre [not of Earth-1 or Earth-2]; Uberman; Justice League of Earth-17 [Overman; Bat-Man; Robin]; Love Syndicate of Dreamworld [Sunshine Superman; Speed Freak; Magic Lantern]; Aquagirl [Tula]; Sargon the Sorcerer; Prince Ra-Man; Beppo; Kole
Storyline
"Crisis" Having time-travelled to the past, Animal Man has a philosophical discussion with the Phantom Stranger, Immortal Man, and Jason Blood. In the present, Psycho Pirate returns several old characters (and several newly created characters) to continuity. But when he re-creates one very dangerous character, Animal Man is summoned by the aliens and James Hightower.
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Published May 1990 by Innovation
The Legacy of Magnus
Faye Perozich
Michael Okamoto
John Bolton (painted)
"The Legacy of Magnus"
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Published May 1990 by Innovation

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Story Title
The Legacy of Magnus
Writer
Faye Perozich
Interior Art
Michael Okamoto
Cover Art
John Bolton (painted)
Storyline
"The Legacy of Magnus"
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Published May 1990 by Malibu
The Dick and the Doll Part Four
Will Jacobs; Gerard Jones (Script Consultant)
Darick Robertson
Madman (painted cover with signature Psycho Pathic Dick)
Baby Doll; Lester
"The Dick and the Doll Part Four"
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Published May 1990 by Malibu

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The Dick and the Doll Part Four
Writer
Will Jacobs; Gerard Jones (Script Consultant)
Interior Art
Darick Robertson
Cover Art
Madman (painted cover with signature Psycho Pathic Dick)
Character Appearances
Baby Doll; Lester
Storyline
"The Dick and the Doll Part Four"
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Published May 1990 by Archie
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
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Published May 1990 by Archie

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Dan DeCarlo (signed)
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Published May 1990 by Archie
Every Dog Has His Day!
Dan Parent (credited)
Dan Parent (credited)
Rex W. Lindsey (signed)
Denise de la Taboret; Monique St. Bouffant; Reggie 3000; Jughead 3000; Hot Dog 3000; Archie 3000 (cameo)
"Every Dog Has His Day!" Two rival art teachers try to make art stars of Reggie and Jughead, when in reality Hot Dog is doing the art.
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Every Dog Has His Day!
Writer
Dan Parent (credited)
Interior Art
Dan Parent (credited)
Cover Art
Rex W. Lindsey (signed)
Character Appearances
Denise de la Taboret; Monique St. Bouffant; Reggie 3000; Jughead 3000; Hot Dog 3000; Archie 3000 (cameo)
Storyline
"Every Dog Has His Day!" Two rival art teachers try to make art stars of Reggie and Jughead, when in reality Hot Dog is doing the art.

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Story Title
Are You Out of Your Mind?
Script
Rich Margopoulos (credited)
Pencils
Rex Lindsey (credited)
Story Line
An accident with a personality-analyzing machine scrambles the gang's personalities, so that Dilton acts like Archie and Betty acts like Veronica, etc.

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Story Title
Room Without a Viewer
Script
Kathleen Webb (credited)
Pencils
Dan Parent (credited)
Story Line
Veronica is upset because her videophone shows her when she doesn't look her best. Her father suggests using an old-fashioned audio-only telephone to solve the problem.

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Story Title
The Party Crasher
Script
Robert Loren Fleming (credited)
Pencils
Rex Lindsey (credited)
Story Line
When Veronica invites Reggie instead of Archie to her dinner party, Archie disguises himself in an armored suit to pretend to be a serving robot. Unfortunately he choses a combat robot outfit and causes his usual chaos.
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Radio Shack Give-Away

Archie and the History of Electronics
Mike Pellowski
Howard Bender
Howard Bender
Archie Andrews; Mr. Andrews (Archie's father); Mrs. Andrews (Archie's Mother); Veronica Lodge; Jughead Jones; Reginald (Reggie) Mantle III; Betty Cooper; Mr. Weatherbee; Ms Grundy; Chuck Clayton; Big Moose; Dilton Doily
"Archie and the History of Electronics" Archie and the gang tour the Riverdale Science Museum. They learn about methods of electric power generation, the history of electricity and electronics, computers, aeronautics and aerospace.
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Published May 1990 by Archie / Radio Shack Division of Tandy Corp.

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Story Title
Archie and the History of Electronics
Writer
Mike Pellowski
Interior Art
Howard Bender
Cover Art
Howard Bender
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Mr. Andrews (Archie's father); Mrs. Andrews (Archie's Mother); Veronica Lodge; Jughead Jones; Reginald (Reggie) Mantle III; Betty Cooper; Mr. Weatherbee; Ms Grundy; Chuck Clayton; Big Moose; Dilton Doily
Storyline
"Archie and the History of Electronics" Archie and the gang tour the Riverdale Science Museum. They learn about methods of electric power generation, the history of electricity and electronics, computers, aeronautics and aerospace.
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Published May 1990 by Archie
Ethel Sue Makes It Big!
Bill Golliher
Howard Bender
Bill Golliher (signed)
Archie Andrews; Ethel Muggs; Reggie Mantle; Betty Cooper; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge; Dilton Doiley; Moose Mason; Midge Klump; Chuck Clayton; Nancy Woods; Leroy Lodge; Mr. Weatherbee; Miss Grundy; Mr. Svenson; Babette; Buster; Bonehead; Melvis Prissley
"Ethel Sue Makes It Big!" The teams travel through Nashville, where they are sidetracked by Ethel's "discovery" as a country music star. Babette and her crew continue their campaign against the teens but are stopped by the arrival of singer Melvis Prissley, long believed dead.
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Ethel Sue Makes It Big!
Writer
Bill Golliher
Interior Art
Howard Bender
Cover Art
Bill Golliher (signed)
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Ethel Muggs; Reggie Mantle; Betty Cooper; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge; Dilton Doiley; Moose Mason; Midge Klump; Chuck Clayton; Nancy Woods; Leroy Lodge; Mr. Weatherbee; Miss Grundy; Mr. Svenson; Babette; Buster; Bonehead; Melvis Prissley
Storyline
"Ethel Sue Makes It Big!" The teams travel through Nashville, where they are sidetracked by Ethel's "discovery" as a country music star. Babette and her crew continue their campaign against the teens but are stopped by the arrival of singer Melvis Prissley, long believed dead.
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Published May 1990 by DC
Chapter Four: The Flowering of Youth, The Rightful Sinking of Age
Peter David
Esteban Maroto
Esteban Maroto
"Chapter Four: The Flowering of Youth, The Rightful Sinking of Age" Cora, Orin's daughter, has grown up into a fine young woman. Bazil courts her, but so does Dardanus, who escaped the Tritonians massacre of his family. Bazil and Dardanus fight, and Dardanus is exiled. He returns on Cora's wedding night and rapes her.
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Story Title
Chapter Four: The Flowering of Youth, The Rightful Sinking of Age
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Esteban Maroto
Cover Art
Esteban Maroto
Storyline
"Chapter Four: The Flowering of Youth, The Rightful Sinking of Age" Cora, Orin's daughter, has grown up into a fine young woman. Bazil courts her, but so does Dardanus, who escaped the Tritonians massacre of his family. Bazil and Dardanus fight, and Dardanus is exiled. He returns on Cora's wedding night and rapes her.
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Published May 1990 by Marvel
Terminizer!
Steve Gerber
Al Milgrom
James Fry (signed)
Hawkeye; Lotus Newmark; Mockingbird; Prince Charming [Fernando Torres] (criminal); Reynaldo Cortizar (in photograph); the Stone Perfs (criminal gang); Terminizer; Wonder Man; Zamora
"Terminizer!"
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Story Title
Terminizer!
Writer
Steve Gerber
Interior Art
Al Milgrom
Cover Art
James Fry (signed)
Character Appearances
Hawkeye; Lotus Newmark; Mockingbird; Prince Charming [Fernando Torres] (criminal); Reynaldo Cortizar (in photograph); the Stone Perfs (criminal gang); Terminizer; Wonder Man; Zamora
Storyline
"Terminizer!"

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Story Title
Methods and Standards; (The Xenophobic Man part 2)
Script
Fabian Nicieza
Pencils
Dan Lawlis
Story Line
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Published May 1990 by Marvel
Why?
Fabian Nicieza
Tom Morgan
Tom Morgan (signed)
Avengers West Coast [Dr. Hank Pym; Human Torch [Jim Hammond]; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; U.S. Agent; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]; Wonder Man [Simon Williams]]; Ramon (groundskeeper); Vibro [Anton Vibereaux]; Jack Williams (geologist)
"Why?" The mad Vibro starts earthquakes around Los Angeles.
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Story Title
Why?
Writer
Fabian Nicieza
Interior Art
Tom Morgan
Cover Art
Tom Morgan (signed)
Character Appearances
Avengers West Coast [Dr. Hank Pym; Human Torch [Jim Hammond]; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; U.S. Agent; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]; Wonder Man [Simon Williams]]; Ramon (groundskeeper); Vibro [Anton Vibereaux]; Jack Williams (geologist)
Storyline
"Why?" The mad Vibro starts earthquakes around Los Angeles.
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Published May 1990 by DC
The Death Ship (Volume Two of Gothic A Romance)
Grant Morrison
Klaus Janson
Klaus Janson
Batman; Mr. Winchester [Mr. Whisper](introduction)(teacher of Bruce Wayne)
"The Death Ship (Volume Two of Gothic A Romance)" Batman discovers that Mr. Whisper is really Mr. Winchester, a devilish teacher Bruce had as a child. Batman nearly perishes in his reunion with Whisper/Winchester.
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Story Title
The Death Ship (Volume Two of Gothic A Romance)
Writer
Grant Morrison
Interior Art
Klaus Janson
Cover Art
Klaus Janson
Character Appearances
Batman; Mr. Winchester [Mr. Whisper](introduction)(teacher of Bruce Wayne)
Storyline
"The Death Ship (Volume Two of Gothic A Romance)" Batman discovers that Mr. Whisper is really Mr. Winchester, a devilish teacher Bruce had as a child. Batman nearly perishes in his reunion with Whisper/Winchester.
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