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Published September 1988 by DC
The Human Zoo
Grant Morrison
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; B'Wana Beast; Ellen Baker; Cliff Baker; Maxine Baker; Violet Weidemeir; Morris Weidemeir; Justice League International [Captain Atom [Nathaniel Adam]; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Mr. Miracle [Scott Free]; Booster Gold [Michael Carter]] (cameo; all as pictures on a magazine); Roger; Tricia; Dick Griffith; Dr. Myers; Ray; Lew; 2 other unnamed hunters
"The Human Zoo" When Buddy Blank decides to resume his superhero career, S.T.A.R. labs in San Diego calls him to investigate a break-in at a lab working to develop an AIDS vaccine.
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Published September 1988 by DC

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Story Title
The Human Zoo
Writer
Grant Morrison
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; B'Wana Beast; Ellen Baker; Cliff Baker; Maxine Baker; Violet Weidemeir; Morris Weidemeir; Justice League International [Captain Atom [Nathaniel Adam]; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Mr. Miracle [Scott Free]; Booster Gold [Michael Carter]] (cameo; all as pictures on a magazine); Roger; Tricia; Dick Griffith; Dr. Myers; Ray; Lew; 2 other unnamed hunters
Storyline
"The Human Zoo" When Buddy Blank decides to resume his superhero career, S.T.A.R. labs in San Diego calls him to investigate a break-in at a lab working to develop an AIDS vaccine.
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Published November 1988 by DC
The Nature of the Beast
Grant Morrison
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Ellen Baker; Maxine Baker; B'Wana Beast; Lew; Ray; Rupert Kenboya; Morris Weidemeir; Dr. Myers
"The Nature of the Beast" B'Wana Beast frees Djuba the ape from S.T.A.R. Labs and Animal Man learns the real project the scientists are working on. Elsewhere, Ellen is saved from the hunters by an unlikely hero.
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Published November 1988 by DC

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Story Title
The Nature of the Beast
Writer
Grant Morrison
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Ellen Baker; Maxine Baker; B'Wana Beast; Lew; Ray; Rupert Kenboya; Morris Weidemeir; Dr. Myers
Storyline
"The Nature of the Beast" B'Wana Beast frees Djuba the ape from S.T.A.R. Labs and Animal Man learns the real project the scientists are working on. Elsewhere, Ellen is saved from the hunters by an unlikely hero.
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Published [Winter] 1988 by DC
The Coyote Gospel
Grant Morrison
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Cliff Baker; Ellen Baker; Crafty The Coyote
"The Coyote Gospel" Animal Man meets Crafty, a coyote that walks like a man and is painfully resurrected everytime it is killed.
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Published [Winter] 1988 by DC

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The Coyote Gospel
Writer
Grant Morrison
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Cliff Baker; Ellen Baker; Crafty The Coyote
Storyline
"The Coyote Gospel" Animal Man meets Crafty, a coyote that walks like a man and is painfully resurrected everytime it is killed.
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Published Holiday 1988 by DC
Birds of Prey
Grant Morrison
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Skalla Kol (Thanagarian Hawkwoman); Roger (Animal Man's manager); Rokara Soh (Thangarian); Hawkman
"Birds of Prey" Animal Man encounters Thanagarians with a bomb, but the arrival of Hawkman puts an end to the threat.
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Published Holiday 1988 by DC

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Story Title
Birds of Prey
Writer
Grant Morrison
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Skalla Kol (Thanagarian Hawkwoman); Roger (Animal Man's manager); Rokara Soh (Thangarian); Hawkman
Storyline
"Birds of Prey" Animal Man encounters Thanagarians with a bomb, but the arrival of Hawkman puts an end to the threat.
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Published January 1989 by DC
The Death of the Red Mask
Grant Morrison
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Cliff Baker; The Red Mask; The Veil (cameo); Captain Triumph (cameo)
"The Death of the Red Mask" During the invasion of Earth, Animal Man meets the Red Mask and tries to talk him out of committing suicide.
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Published January 1989 by DC

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Story Title
The Death of the Red Mask
Writer
Grant Morrison
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Cliff Baker; The Red Mask; The Veil (cameo); Captain Triumph (cameo)
Storyline
"The Death of the Red Mask" During the invasion of Earth, Animal Man meets the Red Mask and tries to talk him out of committing suicide.
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Published February 1989 by DC
Mirror Moves
Grant Morrison
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Ellen Baker; Mirror Master [Evan McCulloch]; James Hightower
"Mirror Moves" The morning after Animal Man is admitted to the Justice League, Mirror Master attacks him in his home.
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Published February 1989 by DC

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Story Title
Mirror Moves
Writer
Grant Morrison
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Ellen Baker; Mirror Master [Evan McCulloch]; James Hightower
Storyline
"Mirror Moves" The morning after Animal Man is admitted to the Justice League, Mirror Master attacks him in his home.
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Published March 1989 by DC
Home Improvements
Grant Morrison
Tom Grummett
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Cliff Baker; Maxine Baker; Ellen Baker; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; James Highwater; Mike Buckley
"Home Improvements" While the Justice League villain-proofs the Baker household, Animal Man discusses with Martian Manhunter the effect of the gene bomb on him. Later the Martian Manhunter helps Cliff deal with some bullies. Elsewhere, in Africa, natives sense the coming of the gods.
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Published March 1989 by DC

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Story Title
Home Improvements
Writer
Grant Morrison
Interior Art
Tom Grummett
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Cliff Baker; Maxine Baker; Ellen Baker; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; James Highwater; Mike Buckley
Storyline
"Home Improvements" While the Justice League villain-proofs the Baker household, Animal Man discusses with Martian Manhunter the effect of the gene bomb on him. Later the Martian Manhunter helps Cliff deal with some bullies. Elsewhere, in Africa, natives sense the coming of the gods.
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Published May 1989 by DC
Out of Africa
Grant Morrison
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Vixen [Mari McCabe]; Ellen Baker; Hamed Ali; Tabu
"Out of Africa" Animal Man, who was taken apart by the invisible agents of the aliens in the previous issue, is reintegrated by the aliens and reappears in Africa with Vixen, where the two lose a fight with Hamed Ali and Tabu and are imprisoned. Meanwhile back at the Baker household, Ellen fades out of existence.
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Published May 1989 by DC

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Story Title
Out of Africa
Writer
Grant Morrison
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Vixen [Mari McCabe]; Ellen Baker; Hamed Ali; Tabu
Storyline
"Out of Africa" Animal Man, who was taken apart by the invisible agents of the aliens in the previous issue, is reintegrated by the aliens and reappears in Africa with Vixen, where the two lose a fight with Hamed Ali and Tabu and are imprisoned. Meanwhile back at the Baker household, Ellen fades out of existence.
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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 June 1990 by DC
Purification Day
Grant Morrison
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Psycho-Pirate [Roger Hayden]; Power Ring (of Earth-3); Ultraman (of Earth-3); James Highwater; Hercules (from Hercules Unbound); Dorothy (from the Wizard of Oz); Toto; Overman; Magic Lantern; Streaky; Bizarro; Krona; Sunshine Superman; Doctor Huntoon
"Purification Day" Animal Man discovers he is a character in a comic book, so along with James Highwater, he decides to send all the characters back into limbo. When the aliens return him to his home, Animal Man, knowing he is a fictional character, wonders who it is who causes him to suffer.
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Published June 1990 by DC

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Story Title
Purification Day
Writer
Grant Morrison
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Psycho-Pirate [Roger Hayden]; Power Ring (of Earth-3); Ultraman (of Earth-3); James Highwater; Hercules (from Hercules Unbound); Dorothy (from the Wizard of Oz); Toto; Overman; Magic Lantern; Streaky; Bizarro; Krona; Sunshine Superman; Doctor Huntoon
Storyline
"Purification Day" Animal Man discovers he is a character in a comic book, so along with James Highwater, he decides to send all the characters back into limbo. When the aliens return him to his home, Animal Man, knowing he is a fictional character, wonders who it is who causes him to suffer.
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Published September 1990 by DC
The Coma Kid
Peter Milligan
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Ellen Baker; Maxine Baker; Cliff Baker; Mary (nurse); Mike; Julia; Chet Vegas
"The Coma Kid" Animal Man wakes from being in a coma for three months. His family has returned, but is distant, and his animal powers are making him act more like an animal than a human.
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Published September 1990 by DC

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Story Title
The Coma Kid
Writer
Peter Milligan
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Ellen Baker; Maxine Baker; Cliff Baker; Mary (nurse); Mike; Julia; Chet Vegas
Storyline
"The Coma Kid" Animal Man wakes from being in a coma for three months. His family has returned, but is distant, and his animal powers are making him act more like an animal than a human.
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Published October 1990 by DC
The Naked Afternoon Snack
Peter Milligan
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Nowhere Man; The Front Page; The Notional Man; Cindy; The Angel Mob [Matthew Angel; Mark Angel; Lucinda Angel]; Mike; Ellen Baker; Lizard Girl (flashback)
"The Naked Afternoon Snack" The Nowhere Man enlists Animal Man's aid against his two former team-mates, the Front Page and the Notational Man.
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Published October 1990 by DC

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Story Title
The Naked Afternoon Snack
Writer
Peter Milligan
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Nowhere Man; The Front Page; The Notional Man; Cindy; The Angel Mob [Matthew Angel; Mark Angel; Lucinda Angel]; Mike; Ellen Baker; Lizard Girl (flashback)
Storyline
"The Naked Afternoon Snack" The Nowhere Man enlists Animal Man's aid against his two former team-mates, the Front Page and the Notational Man.
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Published November 1990 by DC
Born To Be Wild
Peter Milligan
Steve Dillon
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; The Notional Man; Nowhere Man; Ellen Baker; Cliff Baker; Maxine Baker
"Born To Be Wild" Buddy takes his children and travels out to the Grand Canyon. Maxine is kidnapped and almost killed by the Notational Man.
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Published November 1990 by DC

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Story Title
Born To Be Wild
Writer
Peter Milligan
Interior Art
Steve Dillon
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; The Notional Man; Nowhere Man; Ellen Baker; Cliff Baker; Maxine Baker
Storyline
"Born To Be Wild" Buddy takes his children and travels out to the Grand Canyon. Maxine is kidnapped and almost killed by the Notational Man.
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Published December 1990 by DC
A Nice Day For A Weird Wedding
Peter Milligan
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Nowhere Man; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Nowhere Man; Jones (C.I.A.); Kinnock (C.I.A); Cliff Baker; The Angel Mob [Matthew Angel; Mark Angel; Lucinda Angel]; Ellen Baker; Maxine Baker; Batman [Bruce Wayne] (cameo on TV); President Eagleton
"A Nice Day For A Weird Wedding" Animal Man travels to the prehistoric jungle in his bathroom and is then forced to help Nowhere Man guard the President against the Angel Mob.
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Published December 1990 by DC

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Story Title
A Nice Day For A Weird Wedding
Writer
Peter Milligan
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Nowhere Man; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Nowhere Man; Jones (C.I.A.); Kinnock (C.I.A); Cliff Baker; The Angel Mob [Matthew Angel; Mark Angel; Lucinda Angel]; Ellen Baker; Maxine Baker; Batman [Bruce Wayne] (cameo on TV); President Eagleton
Storyline
"A Nice Day For A Weird Wedding" Animal Man travels to the prehistoric jungle in his bathroom and is then forced to help Nowhere Man guard the President against the Angel Mob.
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Published January 1991 by DC
Rites Of Passage
Peter Milligan
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Nowhere Man; The Green Cigarette; B'wana Beast; The Angel Mob [Matthew Angel; Mark Angel; Lucinda Angel]; Ellen Baker; Cliff Baker; Maxine Baker; Jones (C.I.A.); Kinnock (C.I.A); President Eagleton
"Rites Of Passage" Nowhere Man discovers the dead Animal Man is not really dead but living in the jungle in his bathroom. Animal Man returns to the real world to stop the Angel Mob and talks them into giving themselves up.
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Published January 1991 by DC

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Story Title
Rites Of Passage
Writer
Peter Milligan
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Nowhere Man; The Green Cigarette; B'wana Beast; The Angel Mob [Matthew Angel; Mark Angel; Lucinda Angel]; Ellen Baker; Cliff Baker; Maxine Baker; Jones (C.I.A.); Kinnock (C.I.A); President Eagleton
Storyline
"Rites Of Passage" Nowhere Man discovers the dead Animal Man is not really dead but living in the jungle in his bathroom. Animal Man returns to the real world to stop the Angel Mob and talks them into giving themselves up.
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Published February 1991 by DC
Schrodinger's Pizza
Peter Milligan
Chas Truog
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Nowhere Man; President Eagleton; Jones (C.I.A.); Kinnock (C.I.A.); The Angel Mob [Matthew Angel; Mark Angel; Lucinda Angel]; Ellen Baker; Cliff Baker; Maxine Baker
"Schrodinger's Pizza" Buddy discovers the secret of the jungle in his bathroom and returns to his proper timeline.
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Schrodinger's Pizza
Writer
Peter Milligan
Interior Art
Chas Truog
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Nowhere Man; President Eagleton; Jones (C.I.A.); Kinnock (C.I.A.); The Angel Mob [Matthew Angel; Mark Angel; Lucinda Angel]; Ellen Baker; Cliff Baker; Maxine Baker
Storyline
"Schrodinger's Pizza" Buddy discovers the secret of the jungle in his bathroom and returns to his proper timeline.
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Published March 1991 by DC
I Am The Man of Deep Ungodly Powers
Tom Veitch
Steve Dillon
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Cliff Baker; Dave; Ellen Baker; Maxine Baker; Travis Cody; Dwayne Brown
"I Am The Man of Deep Ungodly Powers" Animal Man is working as a movie stunt man. He keeps finding dead Bald Eagles and other birds of prey that seem to be cooked from the inside out.
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Published March 1991 by DC

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Story Title
I Am The Man of Deep Ungodly Powers
Writer
Tom Veitch
Interior Art
Steve Dillon
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Cliff Baker; Dave; Ellen Baker; Maxine Baker; Travis Cody; Dwayne Brown
Storyline
"I Am The Man of Deep Ungodly Powers" Animal Man is working as a movie stunt man. He keeps finding dead Bald Eagles and other birds of prey that seem to be cooked from the inside out.
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Published April 1991 by DC
Requiem For A Bird Of Prey
Tom Veitch
Steve Dillon
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Ellen Baker; Maxine Baker; Dwayne Brown; Cliff Baker; Travis Cody
"Requiem For A Bird Of Prey" Animal Man discovers who has been killing birds in his community.
Near Mint 9.4

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Published April 1991 by DC

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Story Title
Requiem For A Bird Of Prey
Writer
Tom Veitch
Interior Art
Steve Dillon
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Ellen Baker; Maxine Baker; Dwayne Brown; Cliff Baker; Travis Cody
Storyline
"Requiem For A Bird Of Prey" Animal Man discovers who has been killing birds in his community.
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Published May 1991 by DC
Dead Dogs On Ice!
Tom Veitch
Steve Dillon
Brian Bolland (signed)
Mr. Sampson; Davis; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Travis Cody; Ellen Baker; Cliff Baker; Maxine Baker; Mister Rainbow; Dave; Raney Fox; Wendy; Phil; Buck Samson
"Dead Dogs On Ice!" Animal Man and Travis Cody try to figure out what has gone wrong with Buddy's animal powers. Buck Sampson from STAR Labs has an offer for Animal Man.
Near Mint 9.4

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Published May 1991 by DC

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Story Title
Dead Dogs On Ice!
Writer
Tom Veitch
Interior Art
Steve Dillon
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Mr. Sampson; Davis; Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Travis Cody; Ellen Baker; Cliff Baker; Maxine Baker; Mister Rainbow; Dave; Raney Fox; Wendy; Phil; Buck Samson
Storyline
"Dead Dogs On Ice!" Animal Man and Travis Cody try to figure out what has gone wrong with Buddy's animal powers. Buck Sampson from STAR Labs has an offer for Animal Man.
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Published June 1991 by DC
The Call Of The Wild
Tom Veitch
Steve Dillon
Brian Bolland (signed)
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Maxine Baker; Mr. Rainbow; All The Animals (Native American); Travis Cody; Cliff Baker; Ellen Baker
"The Call Of The Wild" Buddy returns from his meeting with STAR Labs and decides to learn more about animals so he can increase the range of his powers.
Very Fine 8.0

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Published June 1991 by DC

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Story Title
The Call Of The Wild
Writer
Tom Veitch
Interior Art
Steve Dillon
Cover Art
Brian Bolland (signed)
Character Appearances
Animal Man [Buddy Baker]; Maxine Baker; Mr. Rainbow; All The Animals (Native American); Travis Cody; Cliff Baker; Ellen Baker
Storyline
"The Call Of The Wild" Buddy returns from his meeting with STAR Labs and decides to learn more about animals so he can increase the range of his powers.
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