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Phase II: The Hollow Land
Grant Morrison
Steve Yeowell
Rich Larson
"Phase II: The Hollow Land"
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Phase II: The Hollow Land
Writer
Grant Morrison
Interior Art
Steve Yeowell
Cover Art
Rich Larson
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"Phase II: The Hollow Land"

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Script
Alan Hebden
Pencils
Massimo Belardinelli
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Script
Malcolm Shaw
Pencils
Jesus Redondo
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In which our self-regenerating, immortal hero, who has been painfully deformed by his nemesis the Destroyer, is captured and sold to a freak-show owner who cages him and charges customers to try and kill him.

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Script
Tom Tully
Pencils
Massimo Belardinelli
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Published July 1989 by DC
Superman on Earth
George Perez
George Perez (breakdowns); Brett Breeding (finishes)
George Perez (signed)
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Lois Lane; Perry White; Cat Grant; Jimmy Olsen; Matrix [as Clark Kent; Supergirl]; Gangbuster [Jose Delgado]; Allie (cameo); VILLAINS: Morgan Edge; DeSaad [posing as Darkseid]; Darkseid; Turmoil; Lex Luthor
"Superman on Earth" Superman returns to Earth, and must rescue Lois Lane and Gangbuster from Turmoil.
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Published July 1989 by DC

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Superman on Earth
Writer
George Perez
Interior Art
George Perez (breakdowns); Brett Breeding (finishes)
Cover Art
George Perez (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Lois Lane; Perry White; Cat Grant; Jimmy Olsen; Matrix [as Clark Kent; Supergirl]; Gangbuster [Jose Delgado]; Allie (cameo); VILLAINS: Morgan Edge; DeSaad [posing as Darkseid]; Darkseid; Turmoil; Lex Luthor
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"Superman on Earth" Superman returns to Earth, and must rescue Lois Lane and Gangbuster from Turmoil.
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Published July 1989 by DC
Die Laughing [The Spirit of Myrrth]
Dan Mishkin
Jan Duursema
Jan Duursema
"Die Laughing [The Spirit of Myrrth]"
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Published July 1989 by DC

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Die Laughing [The Spirit of Myrrth]
Writer
Dan Mishkin
Interior Art
Jan Duursema
Cover Art
Jan Duursema
Storyline
"Die Laughing [The Spirit of Myrrth]"
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Published July 1989 by Now
"There! That changes things!"
Matthew Costello; Mark Wheatley
Mark Wheatley; Ernie Guanlao
Mark Wheatley (painting)
""There! That changes things!"" While a city is under siege, Baron Munchausen begins the story of a similar situation he and his superhuman comrades experienced years before.
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"There! That changes things!"
Writer
Matthew Costello; Mark Wheatley
Interior Art
Mark Wheatley; Ernie Guanlao
Cover Art
Mark Wheatley (painting)
Storyline
""There! That changes things!"" While a city is under siege, Baron Munchausen begins the story of a similar situation he and his superhuman comrades experienced years before.
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Published July 1989 by DC
Redemption!
Jerry Ordway (plot); Dan Jurgens
Dan Jurgens
Jerry Ordway (signed)
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Cellkeeper 385; Lois Lane; Perry White; Cat Grant; Jonathan Kent; Martha Kent; Matrix [as Clark Kent; Supergirl]; Gangbuster [Jose Delgado]; Professor Emil Hamilton; Captain Maggie Sawyer; Officer Reynolds; VILLAINS: Morgan Edge; Ugly Mannheim; DeSaad [posing as Darkseid]; Turmoil (first appearance); Lex Luthor; Brainiac [Milton Fine; Vril Dox]
"Redemption!" Superman uses the Eradicator to teleport to Earth. Intergang goes after Lois Lane.
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Redemption!
Writer
Jerry Ordway (plot); Dan Jurgens
Interior Art
Dan Jurgens
Cover Art
Jerry Ordway (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Cellkeeper 385; Lois Lane; Perry White; Cat Grant; Jonathan Kent; Martha Kent; Matrix [as Clark Kent; Supergirl]; Gangbuster [Jose Delgado]; Professor Emil Hamilton; Captain Maggie Sawyer; Officer Reynolds; VILLAINS: Morgan Edge; Ugly Mannheim; DeSaad [posing as Darkseid]; Turmoil (first appearance); Lex Luthor; Brainiac [Milton Fine; Vril Dox]
Storyline
"Redemption!" Superman uses the Eradicator to teleport to Earth. Intergang goes after Lois Lane.
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Published July 1989 by Marvel
Melmac to The Future!
Michael Gallagher
Dave Manak
Dave Manak
ALF; The Tanner Family
"Melmac to The Future!" ALF uses his spaceship to show the Tanners what things could be like in the future.
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Melmac to The Future!
Writer
Michael Gallagher
Interior Art
Dave Manak
Cover Art
Dave Manak
Character Appearances
ALF; The Tanner Family
Storyline
"Melmac to The Future!" ALF uses his spaceship to show the Tanners what things could be like in the future.

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So Long, Old Paint!
Script
Michael Gallagher
Pencils
Dave Manak
Story Line
Willie is forced to take credit for ALF's paintings to protect ALF's secret.

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Academy Reward!
Script
Michael Gallagher
Pencils
Dave Manak
Story Line
ALF tells Brian about his time in basic training at the Orbit Guard Academy.
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Published July 1989 by Marvel
End Game
James D. Hudnall
Gerry Talaoc
John Calimee
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [Heather Hudson]; Sasquatch; Box [Madison Jeffries]; Shaman; Talisman; Diamond Lil]; VILLAIN: The Sorcerer
"End Game" The Sorcerer pulls Alpha Flight into an alternate dimension and beats them soundly in a fight. He then leaves them stranded in this other realm to starve.
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End Game
Writer
James D. Hudnall
Interior Art
Gerry Talaoc
Cover Art
John Calimee
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [Heather Hudson]; Sasquatch; Box [Madison Jeffries]; Shaman; Talisman; Diamond Lil]; VILLAIN: The Sorcerer
Storyline
"End Game" The Sorcerer pulls Alpha Flight into an alternate dimension and beats them soundly in a fight. He then leaves them stranded in this other realm to starve.
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Published July 1989 by DC
Still Waters
Keith Giffen (plot); Robert Loren Fleming (script)
Curt Swan; Keith Giffen (layouts)
Curt Swan (signed)
Aquaman [Arthur Curry]; Jared; Mera
"Still Waters" Aquaman joins the prison underground seeking to throw off the invaders.
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Still Waters
Writer
Keith Giffen (plot); Robert Loren Fleming (script)
Interior Art
Curt Swan; Keith Giffen (layouts)
Cover Art
Curt Swan (signed)
Character Appearances
Aquaman [Arthur Curry]; Jared; Mera
Storyline
"Still Waters" Aquaman joins the prison underground seeking to throw off the invaders.
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Published July 1989 by Archie
We Do Windows
Frank Doyle
Stan Goldberg
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Mrs. Burton
"We Do Windows" Showing off his pitching skill, Archie breaks a window.
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We Do Windows
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Mrs. Burton
Storyline
"We Do Windows" Showing off his pitching skill, Archie breaks a window.
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Published July 1989 by Archie
Dan Parent (signed)
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Dan Parent (signed)
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Published July 1989 by Archie
Safety First
Rich Margopoulos
Doug Crane
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Archie Andrews; Mr. Weatherbee; Kathy Hackney; Dilton Doiley; Moose Mason; Midge Klump; Reggie Mantle; Chuck Clayton; Mr. Svenson; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper
"Safety First" Mr. Weatherbee tours the school with Kathy Hackney, a safety expert, but she turns the heads of every boy in school, causing accident after accident.
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Safety First
Writer
Rich Margopoulos
Interior Art
Doug Crane
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Mr. Weatherbee; Kathy Hackney; Dilton Doiley; Moose Mason; Midge Klump; Reggie Mantle; Chuck Clayton; Mr. Svenson; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper
Storyline
"Safety First" Mr. Weatherbee tours the school with Kathy Hackney, a safety expert, but she turns the heads of every boy in school, causing accident after accident.

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A Tour of the FBI
Script
Mike Pellowski
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
The Riverdale teens tour the FBI headquarters in Washington, DC, and think about possible careers with the Bureau.

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A New Rule
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
The teachers play tennis (or try to).

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This Guy's Disguise
Script
Hal Smith
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Reggie is sure that he can spot Jughead no matter what disguise he's wearing, but it turns out that he can still be fooled.
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Published July 1989 by Marvel
Avengers Assemble!
John Byrne
Paul Ryan
John Byrne (signed)
Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Gilgamesh; Thor [Sigurd Jarlson]; Quasar [Wendell Vaughn]; Black Panther (rejoins); She-Hulk (rejoins)]; West Coast Avengers [Dr. Pym; Scarlet Witch; Tigra; Vision; Wasp; Wonder Man]; Fantastic Four [Invisible Woman; Mr. Fantastic; Ben Grimm]; Beast; Black Widow [Natasha Romanov]; Falcon; Hawkeye; Hellcat; Mockingbird; Monica Rambeau; Moondragon; Starfox; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Edwin Jarvis; Jinku (villain); Lava Men (villains)
"Avengers Assemble!" Captain America calls all the current and former Avengers together and reforms the Avengers into one combined team with two bases and an "as-needed" roster rather than a strict active and inactive membership. After most of the members leave, the core group is attacked by Lava Men.
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Avengers Assemble!
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
Paul Ryan
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Gilgamesh; Thor [Sigurd Jarlson]; Quasar [Wendell Vaughn]; Black Panther (rejoins); She-Hulk (rejoins)]; West Coast Avengers [Dr. Pym; Scarlet Witch; Tigra; Vision; Wasp; Wonder Man]; Fantastic Four [Invisible Woman; Mr. Fantastic; Ben Grimm]; Beast; Black Widow [Natasha Romanov]; Falcon; Hawkeye; Hellcat; Mockingbird; Monica Rambeau; Moondragon; Starfox; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Edwin Jarvis; Jinku (villain); Lava Men (villains)
Storyline
"Avengers Assemble!" Captain America calls all the current and former Avengers together and reforms the Avengers into one combined team with two bases and an "as-needed" roster rather than a strict active and inactive membership. After most of the members leave, the core group is attacked by Lava Men.

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The Bewilderness
Peter Milligan
Brett Ewins
Tom Lyle
"The Bewilderness"
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The Bewilderness
Writer
Peter Milligan
Interior Art
Brett Ewins
Cover Art
Tom Lyle
Storyline
"The Bewilderness"

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The Mean Arena
Script
Tom Tully
Pencils
John Richardson
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The Mean Arena
Script
Tom Tully
Pencils
Steve Dillon
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Timequake
Script
Chris Lowder [as Jack Adrian]
Pencils
Jesus Redondo
Story Line
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Published July 1989 by Caliber Press
Honour Among Punks Act III: A Jaded View
Guy Davis; Gary Reed
Guy Davis
Vincent Locke
Sharon Ford [Harlequin]; Susan Pendergrast; Sam Neville; Mr Morrison; Mrs Neville; Noir
"Honour Among Punks Act III: A Jaded View" Punk detective Sharon Anderson investigates Jade forgeries.
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Published July 1989 by Caliber Press

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Honour Among Punks Act III: A Jaded View
Writer
Guy Davis; Gary Reed
Interior Art
Guy Davis
Cover Art
Vincent Locke
Character Appearances
Sharon Ford [Harlequin]; Susan Pendergrast; Sam Neville; Mr Morrison; Mrs Neville; Noir
Storyline
"Honour Among Punks Act III: A Jaded View" Punk detective Sharon Anderson investigates Jade forgeries.
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Published July 1989 by Archie
The Gimmick
George Gladir
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Willie Ito; Fred Andrews; Mary Andrews; Dilton Doily; Jughead Jones; Miss Beazley
"The Gimmick" Archie looks for any hair-brained method for preparing for tests without studying.
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The Gimmick
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Willie Ito; Fred Andrews; Mary Andrews; Dilton Doily; Jughead Jones; Miss Beazley
Storyline
"The Gimmick" Archie looks for any hair-brained method for preparing for tests without studying.

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Miss Magic
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
While performing a magic act for the school talent show, Betty and Archie become handcuffed together, forcing them to spend the evening together.

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The Inferior Decorators
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Betty recruits Archie, Jughead and Moose to decorate the faculty lounge for a faculty luncheon, with mixed results.

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Story Title
Please Don't Rain On Our Picnic
Script
Harold Smith
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Betty and Archie try on several weekends to have a picnic, without success.
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Published July 1989 by Archie
Second Childhood
Kathleen Webb
Dan DeCarlo Jr.
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Joey Pierce (little boy); Kevin (playground supervisor)
"Second Childhood" Betty begins acting like a five-year-old as a ruse to get Archie away from Veronica.
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Second Childhood
Writer
Kathleen Webb
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo Jr.
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Joey Pierce (little boy); Kevin (playground supervisor)
Storyline
"Second Childhood" Betty begins acting like a five-year-old as a ruse to get Archie away from Veronica.

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Story Title
A Car of her Own
Script
Hal Smith
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo Jr.
Story Line
Betty goes shopping for a used car using her babysitting money.

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Send in the Clones
Script
Hal Smith
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo Jr.
Story Line
After watching a movie "Attack of the Zombie Clones", Veronica imagines what it would be like to have clones of her friends.

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Story Title
The History Buff
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty and Veronica write a fake diary of Martha Washington and sell it at Midge's garage sale to prank Archie and Jughead. This sets off a chain reaction of events.
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Published July 1989 by Archie
Prime Time
George Gladir
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews
"Prime Time" Betty tries to decide which era to write about for a Teen magazine contest. As she mulls the eras over, she fantasizes about being with Archie in each era.
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Prime Time
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews
Storyline
"Prime Time" Betty tries to decide which era to write about for a Teen magazine contest. As she mulls the eras over, she fantasizes about being with Archie in each era.

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Attraction Faction
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Hilda laments how changing fashion have made witches passe.

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Story Title
Let It Rain
Script
Kathleen Webb
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
Trapped inside on a rainy day, Betty curls up with her diary and recalls other storms and the events they inspired.

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Story Title
Stuck-Fast Friends
Script
Hal Smith
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
Betty befriends a new girl named Octavia, who seems determined to occupy every waking moment of Betty's life.

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Story Title
Procrastination Elimination
Script
Hal Smith [as Harold Smith]
Pencils
Stan Goldberg [as Stan G.]
Story Line
Betty's decision to do the jobs she's been putting off begin to put a crimp into her social life with Archie.
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Published July 1989 by Apple Press
Death Dreams of Dracula
Rickey Shanklin
Mike McCarthy
Scott Hampton (painted)
"Death Dreams of Dracula"
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Published July 1989 by Apple Press

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Death Dreams of Dracula
Writer
Rickey Shanklin
Interior Art
Mike McCarthy
Cover Art
Scott Hampton (painted)
Storyline
"Death Dreams of Dracula"

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Ground Zero
Script
Rickey Shanklin
Pencils
Scott Saavedra
Story Line
Dracula experiences the bombing of Hiroshima, Japan.

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Dracula 2199
Script
Rickey Shanklin
Pencils
Damon Willis
Story Line
After destroying the scientists' power grid, Dracula comes face to face with a bat-like machine.
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Published July 1989 by Nicotat Comics
The Lost Critter Patrol (part 2 of 2)
James Dean Smith; Steve Mattsson
James Dean Smith
James Dean Smith
Boris; Prof Peter Summerton; George Gilhooley; Sgt Tristan; Dr Sue; Lt Drummond; Lt Tsara; Pvt Taffy;
"The Lost Critter Patrol (part 2 of 2)" Boris and friends fight to save Tristan's life. Peter and George work to bring Boris home.
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The Lost Critter Patrol (part 2 of 2)
Writer
James Dean Smith; Steve Mattsson
Interior Art
James Dean Smith
Cover Art
James Dean Smith
Character Appearances
Boris; Prof Peter Summerton; George Gilhooley; Sgt Tristan; Dr Sue; Lt Drummond; Lt Tsara; Pvt Taffy;
Storyline
"The Lost Critter Patrol (part 2 of 2)" Boris and friends fight to save Tristan's life. Peter and George work to bring Boris home.

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Story Title
Woodman, Spare That Tree
Script
Heidi MacDonald
Pencils
E Artist (?)
Story Line
Data courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons license.
Published July 1989 by DC
Unwelcome Guests
Cary Bates and Greg Weisman
Rafael Kayanan
Pat Broderick
"Unwelcome Guests"
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Unwelcome Guests
Writer
Cary Bates and Greg Weisman
Interior Art
Rafael Kayanan
Cover Art
Pat Broderick
Storyline
"Unwelcome Guests"
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