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Published September 1984 by DC
The Once-and-Future Peri(l)
Bob Rozakis
Kurt Schaffenberger
Eduardo Barreto (signed)
Alvin Grant; Yellow Peri [Loretta Grant]; Morgan Edge; Superman; Lana Lang; Lola Barnett; Jimmy Olsen
"The Once-and-Future Peri(l)" A magic book falls from the sky at the feet of Loretta Grant and she becomes the Yellow Peri. Her crooked husband tricks her into using the magic for shady schemes.
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Story Title
The Once-and-Future Peri(l)
Writer
Bob Rozakis
Interior Art
Kurt Schaffenberger
Cover Art
Eduardo Barreto (signed)
Character Appearances
Alvin Grant; Yellow Peri [Loretta Grant]; Morgan Edge; Superman; Lana Lang; Lola Barnett; Jimmy Olsen
Storyline
"The Once-and-Future Peri(l)" A magic book falls from the sky at the feet of Loretta Grant and she becomes the Yellow Peri. Her crooked husband tricks her into using the magic for shady schemes.

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A Superman of A Different Color
Script
Paul Kupperberg
Pencils
Alex Saviuk
Story Line
Clark Kent gets a normal haircut, and thinks back to a recent space adventure that caused his hair to temporarily lose it's invulnerability.
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Published [September] 1984 by DC
" Midnight in Manhattan-- Late February 1942: "
Roy Thomas (CoPlot and Script); Dann Thomas (Researcher and Co-Plotter)
Jerry Ordway (pages 1-4, 40-41); Rick Hoberg (pages 4, 6-12, 35-39); Rich Buckler (pages 5); Wayne Boring (pages 13-16); Richard Howell (pages 17-18); Carmine Infantino (pages 19-21); Don Newton (pages 22-24); Mart Nodell (pages 25-27); George Perez (pages 28-30); Keith Giffen (pages 31-34)
Rick Hoberg (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Tarantula; Wonder Woman [known as Diana Prince for that era]; Justice Society of America [Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Johnny Thunder; Sandman [Wes Dodds]; Doctor Fate [Kent Nelson]; Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Atom [Al Pratt]; Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-L]; Batman; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Thunderbolt; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Dr. Mid-Nite [Charles McNider] (joins); Starman [Ted Knight] (joins)]]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Lois Lane; Joan Williams; Robert Cummings; Ian Karkull (main villain); Doctor Doog (villain); Catwoman (villain); Sieur Satan (villain); Alexander the Great (villain); Lightning Master (villain); Wotan (villain); Zor (villain); Tarantula (villain); Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Harry S. Truman; Dwight Eisenhower; John F. Kennedy; Lyndon B. Johnson; Richard Nixon; Jimmy Carter; Ronald Reagan; unknown future president (Death) (all Earth-2)
"" Midnight in Manhattan-- Late February 1942: "" Tarantula and Wonder Woman use her magic sphere to view a Justice Society case where the JSAers disrupt a plot of Ian Karkull's to murder the next eight future presidents and FDR on June 28,1941, though neither the JSAers nor Tarantula and Wonder Woman know what the seven men the JSAers saved will become (future Presidents), since one of the eight died due to Green Lantern's inability to save him from a falling tree caused by Wotan's ray (wood, Green Lantern's weakness). Wonder Woman wasn't in on the case, not yet having arrived in man's world when it happened.
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Story Title
" Midnight in Manhattan-- Late February 1942: "
Writer
Roy Thomas (CoPlot and Script); Dann Thomas (Researcher and Co-Plotter)
Interior Art
Jerry Ordway (pages 1-4, 40-41); Rick Hoberg (pages 4, 6-12, 35-39); Rich Buckler (pages 5); Wayne Boring (pages 13-16); Richard Howell (pages 17-18); Carmine Infantino (pages 19-21); Don Newton (pages 22-24); Mart Nodell (pages 25-27); George Perez (pages 28-30); Keith Giffen (pages 31-34)
Cover Art
Rick Hoberg (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Tarantula; Wonder Woman [known as Diana Prince for that era]; Justice Society of America [Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Johnny Thunder; Sandman [Wes Dodds]; Doctor Fate [Kent Nelson]; Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Atom [Al Pratt]; Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-L]; Batman; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Thunderbolt; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Dr. Mid-Nite [Charles McNider] (joins); Starman [Ted Knight] (joins)]]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Lois Lane; Joan Williams; Robert Cummings; Ian Karkull (main villain); Doctor Doog (villain); Catwoman (villain); Sieur Satan (villain); Alexander the Great (villain); Lightning Master (villain); Wotan (villain); Zor (villain); Tarantula (villain); Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Harry S. Truman; Dwight Eisenhower; John F. Kennedy; Lyndon B. Johnson; Richard Nixon; Jimmy Carter; Ronald Reagan; unknown future president (Death) (all Earth-2)
Storyline
"" Midnight in Manhattan-- Late February 1942: "" Tarantula and Wonder Woman use her magic sphere to view a Justice Society case where the JSAers disrupt a plot of Ian Karkull's to murder the next eight future presidents and FDR on June 28,1941, though neither the JSAers nor Tarantula and Wonder Woman know what the seven men the JSAers saved will become (future Presidents), since one of the eight died due to Green Lantern's inability to save him from a falling tree caused by Wotan's ray (wood, Green Lantern's weakness). Wonder Woman wasn't in on the case, not yet having arrived in man's world when it happened.
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Published September 1984 by Marvel
Biology Class
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Puck; Marrina]; Heather McNeil Hudson; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Elizabeth Twoyoungmen; Ramin
"Biology Class" The members of Alpha Flight break up and do their own thing with no leader to guide them. Heather tries to rescue a woman who has fallen into Lake Ontario but is attacked by a tentacle. Puck meets up with Marrina and and informs her that he thinks the attacker was one of her alien race.
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Published September 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
Biology Class
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Puck; Marrina]; Heather McNeil Hudson; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Elizabeth Twoyoungmen; Ramin
Storyline
"Biology Class" The members of Alpha Flight break up and do their own thing with no leader to guide them. Heather tries to rescue a woman who has fallen into Lake Ontario but is attacked by a tentacle. Puck meets up with Marrina and and informs her that he thinks the attacker was one of her alien race.
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First Appearance of the Puma

Introducing... Puma!
Tom DeFalco
Ron Frenz
Ron Frenz [as RF] (signed)
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Black Cat [Felicia Hardy]; Jenna Taylor; Robbie Robertson; Betty Leeds; Mary Jane Watson; VILLAINS: The Rose; Puma [Thomas Fireheart] (1st appearance); CAMEO FLASHBACK: Aunt May Parker
"Introducing... Puma!" Spidey takes down another one of the Rose's operations and the mob boss calls in wealthy businessman and super powered assassin Thomas Fireheart a.k.a. The Puma to kill the web slinger. Exhausted, Peter crawls into bed for a good night's sleep but his alien costume seems to have other ideas. Robbie commends Peter on his nice photos (they were taken by the Black Cat) but Pete is so tired that he barely notices. Spidey is ambushed by the Puma and pulls his left arm out of its socket. With Spider-Man down and writing in pain, the Puma prepares to pounce.
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Story Title
Introducing... Puma!
Writer
Tom DeFalco
Interior Art
Ron Frenz
Cover Art
Ron Frenz [as RF] (signed)
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Black Cat [Felicia Hardy]; Jenna Taylor; Robbie Robertson; Betty Leeds; Mary Jane Watson; VILLAINS: The Rose; Puma [Thomas Fireheart] (1st appearance); CAMEO FLASHBACK: Aunt May Parker
Storyline
"Introducing... Puma!" Spidey takes down another one of the Rose's operations and the mob boss calls in wealthy businessman and super powered assassin Thomas Fireheart a.k.a. The Puma to kill the web slinger. Exhausted, Peter crawls into bed for a good night's sleep but his alien costume seems to have other ideas. Robbie commends Peter on his nice photos (they were taken by the Black Cat) but Pete is so tired that he barely notices. Spidey is ambushed by the Puma and pulls his left arm out of its socket. With Spider-Man down and writing in pain, the Puma prepares to pounce.
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Published September 1984 by First
Solidarity For Now Conclusion
Howard Chaykin
Howard Chaykin
Howard Chaykin
"Solidarity For Now Conclusion"
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Published September 1984 by First

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Solidarity For Now Conclusion
Writer
Howard Chaykin
Interior Art
Howard Chaykin
Cover Art
Howard Chaykin
Storyline
"Solidarity For Now Conclusion"
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Published September 1984 by DC
Once upon a Unicorn
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas
Ernie Colón
Ernie Colón (signed)
Arak; Satyricus; Valda; Rinaldo; Carolus Magnus; Malagigi
"Once upon a Unicorn" A foreign envoy has brought a gift for the Frankish king: a unicorn. All they need to tame it is a maiden, and all eyes turn to Valda. But, they don't know about her relationship with Arak, and the unicorn has to be pacified by Malagigi's magic when it goes wild. Later on, the envoy challenges Valda to a joust; if he wins, she becomes his wife. Amazingly, the fat little man does win, but before the marriage can be completed, Rinaldo confesses that he gave the envoy a magic lance so that Valda would lose. He wanted her to be happy, but didn't realize how much she wanted to remain a knight.
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Published September 1984 by DC

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Once upon a Unicorn
Writer
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas
Interior Art
Ernie Colón
Cover Art
Ernie Colón (signed)
Character Appearances
Arak; Satyricus; Valda; Rinaldo; Carolus Magnus; Malagigi
Storyline
"Once upon a Unicorn" A foreign envoy has brought a gift for the Frankish king: a unicorn. All they need to tame it is a maiden, and all eyes turn to Valda. But, they don't know about her relationship with Arak, and the unicorn has to be pacified by Malagigi's magic when it goes wild. Later on, the envoy challenges Valda to a joust; if he wins, she becomes his wife. Amazingly, the fat little man does win, but before the marriage can be completed, Rinaldo confesses that he gave the envoy a magic lance so that Valda would lose. He wanted her to be happy, but didn't realize how much she wanted to remain a knight.
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Published September 1984 by Archie
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
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Dan DeCarlo (signed)
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Published September 1984 by Archie
Dan DeCarlo
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Dan DeCarlo
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Published September 1984 by Archie
The Age of Progress
George Gladir
Samm Schwartz
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Pop Tate
"The Age of Progress" At the turn-of-the-century, Jughead becomes fed up with all the new inventions -- that is, until he discovers ice cream soda.
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Story Title
The Age of Progress
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Samm Schwartz
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Pop Tate
Storyline
"The Age of Progress" At the turn-of-the-century, Jughead becomes fed up with all the new inventions -- that is, until he discovers ice cream soda.

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"I would like to tell you about E.D.I.T.H."
Pencils
Dexter Taylor
Story Line
Club members report on E.D.I.T.H. (Exit Drills In The Home) and comic book collecting.

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Story Title
The Sheriff
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead becomes the new sheriff in a Western town and gets rid of its trouble, all using mind games and not a gun.

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Story Title
Joust for Fun
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Court Jester Jughead decides to dress up as a knight to cheer up King Weatherbee, only to end up jousting with Sir Reginald and his knaves.

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Cause for Alarm
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Aunt Hilda shows off Sabrina's alarm bed.

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The Barbarian
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
In Ancient Rome, Reggie takes Jughead in as a slave and attempts to Romanize him via baths, feasts, and circuses.
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Published September 1984 by Archie
Dan DeCarlo
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Dan DeCarlo
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Published September 1984 by DC
Homecoming
Paul Kupperberg
Jan Duursema
Jan Duursema
"Homecoming"
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Story Title
Homecoming
Writer
Paul Kupperberg
Interior Art
Jan Duursema
Cover Art
Jan Duursema
Storyline
"Homecoming"
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Published September 1984 by DC
Part Nine: Memory Lane
Gerry Conway
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (signed)
Dr. Lucia Venture; Tempest [Chris Champion]; Dart; Blackjak; Dark Destroyer; Cargg; General Ki; Martin Champion; Babe; Hukka; Morphea; Pakrat; Hunter; Mohandas Singh; Li San O'Rourke; Taz; Dr. Lucas Orion; Lydia Perez
"Part Nine: Memory Lane" Tempest stays one step ahead of Hunter, and learns more about the history of Atari Force, while Dart is surprised by a familiar face.
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Story Title
Part Nine: Memory Lane
Writer
Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Cover Art
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (signed)
Character Appearances
Dr. Lucia Venture; Tempest [Chris Champion]; Dart; Blackjak; Dark Destroyer; Cargg; General Ki; Martin Champion; Babe; Hukka; Morphea; Pakrat; Hunter; Mohandas Singh; Li San O'Rourke; Taz; Dr. Lucas Orion; Lydia Perez
Storyline
"Part Nine: Memory Lane" Tempest stays one step ahead of Hunter, and learns more about the history of Atari Force, while Dart is surprised by a familiar face.
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Published September 1984 by DC
The Glacier Under Gotham!
Doug Moench
Don Newton
Ed Hannigan
Batman; Robin [Jason Todd]; Julia Remarque; Vicki Vale; Commissioner Gordon; Harvey Bullock; Mr. Freeze (villain)
"The Glacier Under Gotham!"
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The Glacier Under Gotham!
Writer
Doug Moench
Interior Art
Don Newton
Cover Art
Ed Hannigan
Character Appearances
Batman; Robin [Jason Todd]; Julia Remarque; Vicki Vale; Commissioner Gordon; Harvey Bullock; Mr. Freeze (villain)
Storyline
"The Glacier Under Gotham!"
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Published September 1984 by Charlton
Village of Fear
Joe Gill
Sam Glanzman [as SJG]
Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio (signed)
"Village of Fear"
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Story Title
Village of Fear
Writer
Joe Gill
Interior Art
Sam Glanzman [as SJG]
Cover Art
Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio (signed)
Storyline
"Village of Fear"

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Story Title
Awaiting Court Martial
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Montes (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
Manhunt
Script
Joe Gill
Pencils
Charles Nicholas
Story Line
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Published September 1984 by DC
Siege!
Marv Wolfman
Keith Pollard (layouts)
Paris Cullins [as Cullins] (signed)
"Siege!"
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Story Title
Siege!
Writer
Marv Wolfman
Interior Art
Keith Pollard (layouts)
Cover Art
Paris Cullins [as Cullins] (signed)
Storyline
"Siege!"

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Story Title
The Death of Blackhawk Island!
Script
Mark Evanier
Pencils
Dan Spiegle
Story Line

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The Birthright
Script
Dan Mishkin; Gary Cohn
Pencils
Ernie Colon
Story Line

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Story Title
Violet's Story
Script
Paul Levitz; Keith Giffen (co-plot)
Pencils
Keith Giffen
Story Line

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Story Title
The Dummy - Part 2
Script
Bob Kanigher
Pencils
Frank Redondo
Story Line

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Story Title
Stopover in a Place of Quiet Truths
Script
Martin Pasko
Pencils
Steve Bissette
Story Line

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Story Title
Look to the Mountaintop
Script
Doug Moench
Pencils
Gene Colan
Story Line
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Published September 1984 by Archie
The People's Choice
George Gladir
Dan DeCarlo Jr.
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Betty Cooper; Hal Cooper; Alice Cooper; Archie Andrews
"The People's Choice" Hal suggests to Betty that she see other boys besides Archie. But he comes to regret his words when he sees his daughter's alternate choice.
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Story Title
The People's Choice
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo Jr.
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo (signed)
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Hal Cooper; Alice Cooper; Archie Andrews
Storyline
"The People's Choice" Hal suggests to Betty that she see other boys besides Archie. But he comes to regret his words when he sees his daughter's alternate choice.

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Story Title
Jungle Journal
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo Jr.
Story Line
Betty the jungle anthropologist captures a wild boy she finds living among a colony of apes and tries to civilize him.

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Story Title
Sore Chore
Script
Adam Phillips
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo Jr.
Story Line
Betty makes a delicious dinner for Archie as a "thank you" for his help cleaning the attic. What she doesn't know is that Veronica has other plans.

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Story Title
Flight Delight
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo Jr.
Story Line
Sabrina acts as flight attendant on a multiple passenger broom.

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Story Title
The Race Goes On
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo Jr.
Story Line
Betty tries to convince Archie not to drag race in the rain.

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Story Title
Bitter Lemon
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo Jr.
Story Line
When Betty agrees to tend the lemonade stand of a neighbor girl for a few minutes, she ends up drawing the attention of all the boys in the neighborhood and the ire of Veronica.
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Published September 1984 by DC
The Domino Principle!
Mark Evanier
Dan Spiegle
Dan Spiegle
"The Domino Principle!"
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The Domino Principle!
Writer
Mark Evanier
Interior Art
Dan Spiegle
Cover Art
Dan Spiegle
Storyline
"The Domino Principle!"

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Story Title
The Artist
Script
Mark Evanier
Pencils
Ken Steacy
Story Line
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Published September 1984 by DC
The Sorceress' Apprentice!
Gary Cohn; Dan Mishkin
Paris Cullins
Paris Cullins (signed)
Blue Devil [Dan Cassidy]; Zatanna; Nebiros; Superman; Elongated Man; Norm Paxton; Marlo Bloom; Sharon Scott
"The Sorceress' Apprentice!" Superman introduces Blue Devil to Zatanna, who thinks she has a way to get Dan out of the Blue Devil suit, but when they confront Nebiros all that they manage to do is set him free of his prison.
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The Sorceress' Apprentice!
Writer
Gary Cohn; Dan Mishkin
Interior Art
Paris Cullins
Cover Art
Paris Cullins (signed)
Character Appearances
Blue Devil [Dan Cassidy]; Zatanna; Nebiros; Superman; Elongated Man; Norm Paxton; Marlo Bloom; Sharon Scott
Storyline
"The Sorceress' Apprentice!" Superman introduces Blue Devil to Zatanna, who thinks she has a way to get Dan out of the Blue Devil suit, but when they confront Nebiros all that they manage to do is set him free of his prison.
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Published September 1984 by Archie
Counterattack
Charlie Boatner; John Carbonaro (plot assist)
Paul Bonano; Charlie Boatner (layout consulting)
Willie Blyberg (signed)
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents [Dynamo; NoMan; Raven; Lightning]; Vulcan; Menthor (a new character, 1st full appearence; also John Janus, the former Menthor --see indexer notes); Iron Maiden; the Chief; the THUNDER Squad [Weed; Dynamite; Kitten]
"Counterattack" Dynamo and NoMan are joined by the new Menthor and Vulcan, who all head into space to stop Mars, the self proclaimed God of War. In reality, Mars is a NoMan android abandoned on the moon and improved upon the Immi, a group of aliens wanting to stop Earth's space exploration. Mars uses the Immi, giant insects and robots to do his bidding.
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Counterattack
Writer
Charlie Boatner; John Carbonaro (plot assist)
Interior Art
Paul Bonano; Charlie Boatner (layout consulting)
Cover Art
Willie Blyberg (signed)
Character Appearances
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents [Dynamo; NoMan; Raven; Lightning]; Vulcan; Menthor (a new character, 1st full appearence; also John Janus, the former Menthor --see indexer notes); Iron Maiden; the Chief; the THUNDER Squad [Weed; Dynamite; Kitten]
Storyline
"Counterattack" Dynamo and NoMan are joined by the new Menthor and Vulcan, who all head into space to stop Mars, the self proclaimed God of War. In reality, Mars is a NoMan android abandoned on the moon and improved upon the Immi, a group of aliens wanting to stop Earth's space exploration. Mars uses the Immi, giant insects and robots to do his bidding.

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Story Title
The Making of a Monster
Script
Charlie Boatner; John Carbonaro (plot assist)
Pencils
Steve Ditko
Story Line
NoMan tracks down an old associate who is experimenting with human and animal hybrids, creating terrible monsters.

Other Story

Script
Rich Buckler
Pencils
Carl Taylor (signed)
Story Line
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