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Published July 1986 by DC
A Night in October's
Bob Rozakis
Stephen DeStefano
Stephen DeStefano
"A Night in October's" The whole gang go down to the local bar
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A Night in October's
Writer
Bob Rozakis
Interior Art
Stephen DeStefano
Cover Art
Stephen DeStefano
Storyline
"A Night in October's" The whole gang go down to the local bar

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The Planet That Fell From Tomorrow
Script
Bob Rozakis
Pencils
Fred Hembeck; Stephen DeStefano (2 panels)
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Published July 1986 by DC
Superman for a Day
Cary Bates
Kurt Schaffenberger
Denys Cowan (signed)
"Superman for a Day"
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Superman for a Day
Writer
Cary Bates
Interior Art
Kurt Schaffenberger
Cover Art
Denys Cowan (signed)
Storyline
"Superman for a Day"

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Even A Superman Needs a Lawyer
Script
Michael J. Wolf
Pencils
Kurt Schaffenberger
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Published July 1986 by Eclipse
Hill Street Shmoos
Don Chin
Parsonavich; Herb Wood; Mike Dringenberg
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Jackie; Clint; Bruce; Chuck; Myron
"Hill Street Shmoos"
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Published July 1986 by Eclipse

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Hill Street Shmoos
Writer
Don Chin
Interior Art
Parsonavich; Herb Wood; Mike Dringenberg
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Jackie; Clint; Bruce; Chuck; Myron
Storyline
"Hill Street Shmoos"

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Return of the Yeti
Script
Kevin Harville
Pencils
Bryan Robles
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Published July 1986 by Eclipse
The Fight Of The Century
Don Chin
Ty Templeton
Christoper Parsonavich
"The Fight Of The Century"
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Published July 1986 by Eclipse

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The Fight Of The Century
Writer
Don Chin
Interior Art
Ty Templeton
Cover Art
Christoper Parsonavich
Storyline
"The Fight Of The Century"
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Published July 1986 by DC
Sympathy for the Fuhrer!
Mike W. Barr
Alan Davis
Alan Davis
Outsiders [Geo-Force; Black Lightning; Metamorpho; Katana; Halo; Looker]; Masters of Disaster [Windfall; New Wave; Shakedown; Coldsnap; Heatstroke]; Baron Bedlam; Adolf Hitler; Madame Ovary; King Gregor; Miss Lincoln; Ilona; The Bad Samaritan
"Sympathy for the Fuhrer!" The Outsiders manage to free Markovia and stop Baron Bedlam's master plan.
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Published July 1986 by DC

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Sympathy for the Fuhrer!
Writer
Mike W. Barr
Interior Art
Alan Davis
Cover Art
Alan Davis
Character Appearances
Outsiders [Geo-Force; Black Lightning; Metamorpho; Katana; Halo; Looker]; Masters of Disaster [Windfall; New Wave; Shakedown; Coldsnap; Heatstroke]; Baron Bedlam; Adolf Hitler; Madame Ovary; King Gregor; Miss Lincoln; Ilona; The Bad Samaritan
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"Sympathy for the Fuhrer!" The Outsiders manage to free Markovia and stop Baron Bedlam's master plan.
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Published 15 July 1986 by Eclipse
Chapter 1 On Wings of Death
Chuck Dixon
Tim Truman
Stan Woch
Airboy [David Nelson III] (introduction); Hirota; David Nelson Junior (dies); Bogantillan guerrillas; Penny King (cameo)
"Chapter 1 On Wings of Death"
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Published 15 July 1986 by Eclipse

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Chapter 1 On Wings of Death
Writer
Chuck Dixon
Interior Art
Tim Truman
Cover Art
Stan Woch
Character Appearances
Airboy [David Nelson III] (introduction); Hirota; David Nelson Junior (dies); Bogantillan guerrillas; Penny King (cameo)
Storyline
"Chapter 1 On Wings of Death"
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Published 29 July 1986 by Eclipse
The Wolf and the Phoenix
Chuck Dixon
Tim Truman (layouts); Tom Yeats (pencils)
Tim Truman
Airboy; Hirota; Birdie; Skywolf; Valkyrie; drug smugglers (introduction); Misery; General Orista (introduction); Marisa (introduction); Guillermo (introduction); Bogantillans
"The Wolf and the Phoenix"
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Published 29 July 1986 by Eclipse

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The Wolf and the Phoenix
Writer
Chuck Dixon
Interior Art
Tim Truman (layouts); Tom Yeats (pencils)
Cover Art
Tim Truman
Character Appearances
Airboy; Hirota; Birdie; Skywolf; Valkyrie; drug smugglers (introduction); Misery; General Orista (introduction); Marisa (introduction); Guillermo (introduction); Bogantillans
Storyline
"The Wolf and the Phoenix"
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Steven A. Gallacci
Steven A. Gallacci
Steven A. Gallacci (signed)
Erma Felna; Dea-Htuhok; Secretary Shato
"" Ekosiak enters mass rioting and the architect of the civil unrest is revealed and eliminated.
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Writer
Steven A. Gallacci
Interior Art
Steven A. Gallacci
Cover Art
Steven A. Gallacci (signed)
Character Appearances
Erma Felna; Dea-Htuhok; Secretary Shato
Storyline
"" Ekosiak enters mass rioting and the architect of the civil unrest is revealed and eliminated.

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Locust Warning [Harvest Part 3]
Script
Matt Howarth
Pencils
Matt Howarth
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Published July 1986 by DC
Out of the Ashes... Mekanique!
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas (co-plotter)
Arvell Jones
Arvell Jones
All-Star Squadron [Aquaman (Earth-2) (first appearance); Robotman [Robert Crane]; Superman (Earth-2); Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Dr. Occult; Green Arrow (Earth-2); Speedy (Earth-2); Mr. Terrific; Vigilante [Greg Sanders]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Amazing-Man; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; The Whip; Tarantula; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; T.N.T.; Dan the Dyna-Mite; Mr. America [Tex Thomson]; Star-Spangled Kid; Stripesy; Manhunter [Paul Kirk]; Guardian; Crimson Avenger; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Liberty Belle; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Batman (Earth-2); Robin (Earth-2); Sargon the Sorcerer; Sandy the Golden Boy; Air Wave [Larry Jordan]; Shining Knight; Wing; Zatara; Starman [Ted Knight] (cameo, flashback); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo, flashback); Spectre (cameo, flashback); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (cameo, flashback); Johnny Thunder (Earth-2, cameo, flashback); Wonder Woman (Earth-2, cameo, flashback); Dr. Mid-Nite (cameo, flashback); Atom [Al Pratt] (cameo, flashback)]; Little Boy Blue (cameo, flashback); Blue Boys (cameo, flashback); Mekanique (villain); Chuck Grayson
"Out of the Ashes... Mekanique!" As the Crisis rages on, the All-Stars meet to discuss Mekanique's fate while she's in Robotman's lab. Although through a majority vote they want her at the Perisphere headquarters, Robotman refuses to return her, and a contingent go to collect her, but thanks to Robotman's repairs, she regains consciousness, with the All-Stars unaware of her true intentions.
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Published July 1986 by DC

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Story Title
Out of the Ashes... Mekanique!
Writer
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas (co-plotter)
Interior Art
Arvell Jones
Cover Art
Arvell Jones
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Aquaman (Earth-2) (first appearance); Robotman [Robert Crane]; Superman (Earth-2); Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Dr. Occult; Green Arrow (Earth-2); Speedy (Earth-2); Mr. Terrific; Vigilante [Greg Sanders]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Amazing-Man; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; The Whip; Tarantula; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; T.N.T.; Dan the Dyna-Mite; Mr. America [Tex Thomson]; Star-Spangled Kid; Stripesy; Manhunter [Paul Kirk]; Guardian; Crimson Avenger; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Liberty Belle; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Batman (Earth-2); Robin (Earth-2); Sargon the Sorcerer; Sandy the Golden Boy; Air Wave [Larry Jordan]; Shining Knight; Wing; Zatara; Starman [Ted Knight] (cameo, flashback); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo, flashback); Spectre (cameo, flashback); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (cameo, flashback); Johnny Thunder (Earth-2, cameo, flashback); Wonder Woman (Earth-2, cameo, flashback); Dr. Mid-Nite (cameo, flashback); Atom [Al Pratt] (cameo, flashback)]; Little Boy Blue (cameo, flashback); Blue Boys (cameo, flashback); Mekanique (villain); Chuck Grayson
Storyline
"Out of the Ashes... Mekanique!" As the Crisis rages on, the All-Stars meet to discuss Mekanique's fate while she's in Robotman's lab. Although through a majority vote they want her at the Perisphere headquarters, Robotman refuses to return her, and a contingent go to collect her, but thanks to Robotman's repairs, she regains consciousness, with the All-Stars unaware of her true intentions.

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Shanghaied into Hyperspace! Interlude Eight
Script
Roy Thomas; Gardner Fox (original story)
Pencils
Ron Harris
Story Line
The Spectre is sent to an alien planet, where two races, The Furred Ones and The Psle Ones, fight each other for control. He manages to set them right.
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Published July 1986 by Marvel
Labor Pains
Bill Mantlo
Dave Ross
Mike Mignola (signed)
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [Heather Hudson]; Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Puck; Marrina (flashback); Box [Roger Bochs]; Madison Jeffries]; Douglas Thompson; Avengers [Namor, the Sub-Mariner; Black Knight [Dane Whitman]; Hercules]; Doctor Strange; Byrrah; Attuma; Lord Vashti; James MacDonald Hudson (flashback); Pestilence
"Labor Pains" Shaman arrives and informs Alpha Flight that Snowbird's problem is she is pregnant. When the elder gods refuse to help Shaman find a place of power to deliver the baby, he turns to Doctor Strange. Byrrah arrives at the Avengers compound and tells Namor that Attuma is ruling Atlantis and has captured Marrina. Namor quits the team to go and save his lady love.
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Published July 1986 by Marvel

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Labor Pains
Writer
Bill Mantlo
Interior Art
Dave Ross
Cover Art
Mike Mignola (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [Heather Hudson]; Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Puck; Marrina (flashback); Box [Roger Bochs]; Madison Jeffries]; Douglas Thompson; Avengers [Namor, the Sub-Mariner; Black Knight [Dane Whitman]; Hercules]; Doctor Strange; Byrrah; Attuma; Lord Vashti; James MacDonald Hudson (flashback); Pestilence
Storyline
"Labor Pains" Shaman arrives and informs Alpha Flight that Snowbird's problem is she is pregnant. When the elder gods refuse to help Shaman find a place of power to deliver the baby, he turns to Doctor Strange. Byrrah arrives at the Avengers compound and tells Namor that Attuma is ruling Atlantis and has captured Marrina. Namor quits the team to go and save his lady love.
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Published July 1986 by First
Captives of the Crimson Claw
Dann Thomas (plot); Roy Thomas (plot; script)
Ron Harris
Ron Harris
"Captives of the Crimson Claw"
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Published July 1986 by First

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Captives of the Crimson Claw
Writer
Dann Thomas (plot); Roy Thomas (plot; script)
Interior Art
Ron Harris
Cover Art
Ron Harris
Storyline
"Captives of the Crimson Claw"
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Published July 1986 by Marvel
If This Be Justice
Tom DeFalco (Plot); Peter David; Jo Duffy
Mike Harris
Mike Harris
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; GUESTS: Betty Leeds; Lance Bannon; Robbie Robertson; Ned Leeds; Kathryn Cushing; Flash Thompson; VILLAINS: Scourge; Hobgoblin [Roderick Kingsley]; Rose; Wraith [Brian DeWolff] (death)
"If This Be Justice" Scourge breaks into prison to kill Flash Thompson for being the Hobgoblin, but ends up killing the Wraith instead after Spidey interferes.
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Published July 1986 by Marvel

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If This Be Justice
Writer
Tom DeFalco (Plot); Peter David; Jo Duffy
Interior Art
Mike Harris
Cover Art
Mike Harris
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; GUESTS: Betty Leeds; Lance Bannon; Robbie Robertson; Ned Leeds; Kathryn Cushing; Flash Thompson; VILLAINS: Scourge; Hobgoblin [Roderick Kingsley]; Rose; Wraith [Brian DeWolff] (death)
Storyline
"If This Be Justice" Scourge breaks into prison to kill Flash Thompson for being the Hobgoblin, but ends up killing the Wraith instead after Spidey interferes.
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Published July 1986 by First
That's Entertainment Part One
Howard Chaykin; Steven Grant
Mark Badger
Mark Badger
"That's Entertainment Part One"
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That's Entertainment Part One
Writer
Howard Chaykin; Steven Grant
Interior Art
Mark Badger
Cover Art
Mark Badger
Storyline
"That's Entertainment Part One"

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Story Title
The Origin of Bob Violence
Script
Steven Grant
Pencils
Joe Staton
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Published July 1986 by Archie
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
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Dan DeCarlo (signed)
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Published July 1986 by Archie
Dan DeCarlo
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Dan DeCarlo
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Published July 1986 by Marvel
The Once and Future Kang!
Roger Stern
John Buscema (breakdowns)
John Buscema (signed)
Avengers [Black Knight [Dane Whitman]; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Captain Marvel [Monica Rambeau]; Hercules; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Wasp [Janet van Dyne]]; Thor [Donald Blake](flashback); Dr. Doom (flashback); Fantastic Four [Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Invisible Girl; Mr. Fantastic; the Thing] (flashback); Immortus; Kang (villain); Pharaoh Rama-Tut (flashback); Ravonna
"The Once and Future Kang!" Kang reveals his true origin including his time as Pharaoh Rama-tut. The Avengers manage to free themselves with the help of Ravonna. The team defeat Kang but the divergent Kang is killed. Immortus reveals himself as alive and as having been controlling Kang over the year. Kang flees into Limbo and Immortus returns the Avengers to Earth.
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The Once and Future Kang!
Writer
Roger Stern
Interior Art
John Buscema (breakdowns)
Cover Art
John Buscema (signed)
Character Appearances
Avengers [Black Knight [Dane Whitman]; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Captain Marvel [Monica Rambeau]; Hercules; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Wasp [Janet van Dyne]]; Thor [Donald Blake](flashback); Dr. Doom (flashback); Fantastic Four [Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Invisible Girl; Mr. Fantastic; the Thing] (flashback); Immortus; Kang (villain); Pharaoh Rama-Tut (flashback); Ravonna
Storyline
"The Once and Future Kang!" Kang reveals his true origin including his time as Pharaoh Rama-tut. The Avengers manage to free themselves with the help of Ravonna. The team defeat Kang but the divergent Kang is killed. Immortus reveals himself as alive and as having been controlling Kang over the year. Kang flees into Limbo and Immortus returns the Avengers to Earth.
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Published July 1986 by DC
Binary Brains
Doug Moench
Tom Mandrake
Tom Mandrake
Batman; Catwoman; Robin [Jason Todd]; Commissioner Gordon; Harvey Bullock; Lucius Fox; Two-Face (villain); Circe
"Binary Brains"
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Story Title
Binary Brains
Writer
Doug Moench
Interior Art
Tom Mandrake
Cover Art
Tom Mandrake
Character Appearances
Batman; Catwoman; Robin [Jason Todd]; Commissioner Gordon; Harvey Bullock; Lucius Fox; Two-Face (villain); Circe
Storyline
"Binary Brains"
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Published July 1986 by Archie
No Comparison
George Gladir
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Mildred the robot
"No Comparison" At an electronics trade show, Archie tries to decide whether Betty or a robot would make a better tutor.
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No Comparison
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Mildred the robot
Storyline
"No Comparison" At an electronics trade show, Archie tries to decide whether Betty or a robot would make a better tutor.

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Story Title
Stick Shtick
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Hilda comes up with a novel way to play field hockey.

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Story Title
Deep Sleep
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Archie, Betty and Jughead discuss ways of making their allowances last.

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Story Title
Thoughts
Script
Jim Ruth
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Betty wants to be romantic with Archie, but all he can think about is baseball.

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Story Title
TV Spree
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Betty bets Veronica that she can spend a day with Archie without him watching television.

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Story Title
Scheme Theme
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Jughead comes up with a plan to get Archie to stop taking Betty for granted.
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Published July 1986 by DC
This City's Not For Burning!
Len Wein
Paris Cullins
Paris Cullins (signed)
Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Firefist [Lyle Byrnes] (Origin); Frank (firefighter); Jeremiah Duncan; Melody Case; Conrad Carapax; Lt. Max Fisher; Murray Takamoto; Angela Revere; Dombrowski (firefighter); Doctor Alchemy [Alvin Desmond] (unnamed, not in costume)
"This City's Not For Burning!" Blue Beetle discovers the secret to Firefist's power and stops him, but not after he's burned down the Chicago Firefighter's Museum.
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Story Title
This City's Not For Burning!
Writer
Len Wein
Interior Art
Paris Cullins
Cover Art
Paris Cullins (signed)
Character Appearances
Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Firefist [Lyle Byrnes] (Origin); Frank (firefighter); Jeremiah Duncan; Melody Case; Conrad Carapax; Lt. Max Fisher; Murray Takamoto; Angela Revere; Dombrowski (firefighter); Doctor Alchemy [Alvin Desmond] (unnamed, not in costume)
Storyline
"This City's Not For Burning!" Blue Beetle discovers the secret to Firefist's power and stops him, but not after he's burned down the Chicago Firefighter's Museum.
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Published July 1986 by DC
Spring Training
Gary Cohn; Dan Mishkin
Alan Kupperberg
Paris Cullins (signed)
Blue Devil [Dan Cassidy]; Mary Francis Cassidy; Margaret Maeve; Uncle Seamus; Cain; Gregory (gargoyle); Mr. Brandstetter; Sharon Scott; Biff Hogan; Green Gargoyle
"Spring Training" After losing his job because he threw a baseball game, Biff Hogan vows revenge on baseball and has a gargoyle suit made. After discovering how powerful the suit is, it's designer decides to keep it and becomes the Green Gargoyle.
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Story Title
Spring Training
Writer
Gary Cohn; Dan Mishkin
Interior Art
Alan Kupperberg
Cover Art
Paris Cullins (signed)
Character Appearances
Blue Devil [Dan Cassidy]; Mary Francis Cassidy; Margaret Maeve; Uncle Seamus; Cain; Gregory (gargoyle); Mr. Brandstetter; Sharon Scott; Biff Hogan; Green Gargoyle
Storyline
"Spring Training" After losing his job because he threw a baseball game, Biff Hogan vows revenge on baseball and has a gargoyle suit made. After discovering how powerful the suit is, it's designer decides to keep it and becomes the Green Gargoyle.
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