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ALF (1988) comic books

  • Issue #1
    ALF (1988) 1
    Published Mar 1988 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. It's a big problem when ALF's spaceship gets accidently picked up by the garbage men in "At Your Disposal." Then ALF goes along on the family's ski resort vacation but struggles with having to stay indoors and out of sight, especially when Brian is having bully problems in "Snow Skin Off My Nose." And in "Play Misty for Me," ALF tells Willie and Kate about his "glory days" as an orbit guard on Melmac. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Photo cover. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #2
    ALF (1988) 2
    Published Apr 1988 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. ALF's anti-gravity belt causes problems for Brian at school in "All's Fair." Then ALF tells Willie and Kate about the time he went undercover on Melmac in "All My Life's a Cycle." And in "Jungle Love," the Tanner Family takes a trip to the Jungle Trails Park and ALF goes along in disguise. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #3
    ALF (1988) 3
    Published May 1988 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. What if the situation had been reversed? What with Willie had landed on ALF's planet and not vice versa? ALF shows that possibility to Willie in "Travels with Willie." Then it's the anniversary of ALF landing on Earth but the special cake the Tanners made for the event causes problems for their neighbor in "One Tiny Mistake." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #4
    ALF (1988) 4
    Published Jun 1988 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. ALF does a personality switch with Kate in "It's All in Your Minds." Then ALF tells the family about the time that he had to deal with a monster while he was part of the Melmac orbit guard in "Monster Mash." And in "One Herd to Go," ALF is stuck at home alone while the Tanners go out for the evening and ends up getting snatched by a coat burglar. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #5
    ALF (1988) 5
    Published Jul 1988 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. ALF helps out Brian with his ventriloquist act for the school's talent contest in "Stand-In By Your Man." Then ALF shows Willie and Kate the Melmac Manners book in "Mind Your Manners." And in "Mythed Again," when Brian needs help with a book report on old Greek gods, ALF tells him about Melmac's myths and legends. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #6
    ALF (1988) 6
    Published Aug 1988 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Willie's former school, California Central, needs a new mascot for their sports events. And ALF is happy to volunteer in "Be of Good Cheer." Then ALF tells Willie and Kate about the terrible things that happened when his family on Melmac won a lottery in "That's the Ticket." And in "Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow," ALF and the Tanners have to deal with ALF going through the Melmac shed cycle. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #7
    ALF (1988) 7
    Published Sep 1988 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. ALF helps out when Lynn gets a part in her school play in "Going Through a Stage." Then ALF tells Kate about Melmac's great botanical philosopher in "Aloe Again, Naturally." And in "Bounce Thy Neighbor," trouble starts when Trevor, the next door neighbor tries to fix a crucial part of ALF's spaceship. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #8
    ALF (1988) 8
    Published Oct 1988 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. What would life for ALF been like if he had crashed into the Ochmoneks' house instead of the Tanners? Everyone finds out in "The Boy Next Door." Then ALF explains to Brian the dangers of starting a new business in "Mind Your Own Business." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #9
    ALF (1988) 9
    Published Nov 1988 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. After seeing how many holidays the Tanners have, ALF gets to celebrate a Melmacian holiday in "The Holiday the Earth Stood Still." Then ALF tells Lynn about his ancestor who played a key role in the Melmac Revolution in "The Melvolutionary War." And in "A Tree-Mendous Mistake," ALF celebrates the Melmac Wear-A-Plant-Day but the tree he planted for the event causes problems. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #10
    ALF (1988) 10
    Published Dec 1988 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. ALF wants to go to school and arranges a way where he can do that without leaving the house in "Back to School Daze." Then ALF tells Lynn about his senior class dance at the Orbit Guard Academy in "May I Have This Dance?" And in "Small Worlds," ALF gets a taste of the great outdoors while Willie tries to fix the car which broke down along a country road. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #11
    ALF (1988) 11
    Published Jan 1989 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. ALF goes trick-or-treating with Brian and of course ends up causing all sorts of problems in "Ghosts, Goblins and Gordon." Then the Tanners discover that ALF has a pet bird in "I Did It Mynah Way." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin & Jacqueline Roettcher. Issue also has a double-page centerpiece "Alf for President" Campaign Kit. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #12
    ALF (1988) 12
    Published Feb 1989 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. ALF hits his head and doesn't know who he is nor does he recognize the Tanners in "No Thanks for the Memories." Then ALF tells Willie about his famous ancestor from Melmac's pioneer days in "A Town Without Kittys." And in "Hair We Grow Again," ALF helps Lynn with her hair and that results in a problem. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #13
    ALF (1988) 13
    Published Mar 1989 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. An obnoxious race car driver challenges anyone to beat his car on the track. So ALF decides to take up that challenge in "Race Tracks of My Tears." Then ALF activates his personal Melbot which causes all sorts of trouble in "Role of the Dice." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Issue also has a double-page centerpiece Alf Christmas Card. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #14
    ALF (1988) 14
    Published Apr 1989 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. A whale is beached at the Valencia Beach near the Tanners, so ALF decides to do something about it in "It's Good for What Whales You." Then ALF tells about some scary shows that his home planet Melmac had in "Night of the Living Bread." And in "Sometimes the Tooth Hurts," ALF has a toothache and the Tanners try to help. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #15
    ALF (1988) 15
    Published May 1989 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. A book length saga in three parts in which ALF mistakenly believes that the Tanners don't like him, runs away from home and ends up in Las Vegas in "The Run Run Run Run Runaway," All the World's a Cage" and "Home is Where the Artichoke Heart Is." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #16
    ALF (1988) 16
    Published Jun 1989 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. The coat burglar (from issue #4) escapes from prison and is up to his old tricks. So ALF needs to become a super hero and stop the villain in "The Return of the Fantastic Fur." Then ALF tells Willie about his days on Melmac as a spy in "The Spy Who Came in from the Mold." And in "Surrender Dorothy," Kate's mother has to take care of ALF and put up with his antics. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin & Michael Gallagher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #17
    ALF (1988) 17
    Published Jul 1989 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. What would it be like for the Tanners and ALF 30 years in the future? ALF shows that with his Wotif Simulator in "Melmac to the Future." Then ALF takes up painting and his work gets the interest of the L.A. Art Club and others in "So Long, Old Paint." And in "Academy Reward," ALF tells Brian about basic training at Orbit Guard Academy. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #18
    ALF (1988) 18
    Published Aug 1989 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. When ALF gets a "snootful" of chemicals, pollen and bugs, it causes him to grow and grow and grow. And that makes it even more difficult to keep ALF's existence a secret in "Melmacattack of the 50 Foot ALF." Then ALF and Willie try to move ALF's stuff in "A Moving Experience." And in "Back Off," while Kate and the kids are out of town, Willie injures himself and has ALF as a caregiver. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #19
    ALF (1988) 19
    Published Sep 1989 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Swimsuits become a source for trouble and antics for both the Tanners and ALF in "The Swimsuit Issue." Then the Tanners get some great results with things when ALF starts using his Predict-A-Phone in "The Alfstrologer." And in "Citizen Sugar Kane," ALF tells Lynn about his days back on Melmac when he was a reporter. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #20
    ALF (1988) 20
    Published Oct 1989 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. ALF tries out some new looks with disastrous results in "Vanity, Thy Name is ALF." Then ALF tells Willie and Kate about his barbarian ancestor on Melmac in "Gornan the Bar-B-Q-Barian," an ALF version of Robert E. Howard's Conan the Barbarian. And in "Babe In the Woods – Part 1," ALF's babysitting duties don't go so well and as a result, he leaves the Tanners. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #21
    ALF (1988) 21
    Published Nov 1989 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. On his own in the woods after leaving the Tanners, ALF helps take care of a family of beavers in "Babe In the Woods – Part 2." Then ALF tells Lynn about the time on Melmac when he had to guard a V.I.D. – Very Important Diva in "A Night at the I-Hopera." And in "I'd Like to Buy a Vowel," ALF loses the ability to speak vowels and has trouble communicating with the Tanners. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #22
    ALF (1988) 22
    Published Nov 1989 by Marvel.
    • Discounted from $3.20.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. ALF tells Willie about the time back on Melmac when he had an experience with the greatest Melmacian team of super heroes in "X Marks the Spot," an ALF version of the X-Men. Then ALF and Willie become concerned about Lynn's summer job working for Chris the Caterer in "Food for Thought." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Issue also has a page of Melmacian Carot Cards. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #23
    ALF (1988) 23
    Published Dec 1989 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. While fiddling with his Meleporter, ALF gets transported to Australia and the Tanners have to figure out how to get him back. And while doing that, Lynn gets transported to Australia too in "Around the World in 80 Hours," an adventure in three parts: "ALF Gets Down Under," "Melementary School" and "Home, Sweet in Sour Home." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #24
    ALF (1988) 24
    Published Dec 1989 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. While thinking about and missing Rhonda, Lynn wonders what things would have been like if Rhonda had stayed. So ALF decides to check out that possibility with his Wotif computer in "Rhonda's Residency." Then Willie gets injured and can't make the family's Thanksgiving at grandma's and is stuck at home with ALF for the holiday in "Thanksgive and Take." Issue also has a one-page ALF gag strip. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #25
    ALF (1988) 25
    Published Jan 1990 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Special 25th anniversary issue in which the coat burglar (from issues #4 and 16) returns and is seeking revenge against ALF. How does the coat burglar get his revenge? He kidnaps ALF and holds him for ransom and the Tanners try to figure out a way to rescue their furry alien friend in "The Silver Annimercenary." Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Issue also has an ALF 25th Anniversary pinup. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #26
    ALF (1988) 26
    Published Feb 1990 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Brian runs for student council president and ALF decides to help as his campaign manager in "Campaign in the Neck." Then ALF talks about his legendary ancestor, King Alfur and the glorious days of Hamelot in "For One Brief Shining Melmoment." And in "Take This Job and Love It," ALF gets a job of selling trees but causes problems when he adds some Melmiracle Gro to the trees. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #27
    ALF (1988) 27
    Published Mar 1990 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. The ejection seat in ALF's ship hurls him way out into the sea and he ends up on an island with a lot of secrets in "Ejection Slip." Then ALF tells Lynn about the time he worked on a popular Melmac TV show in "The Honeyspooners," an ALF version of the classic TV series, "The Honeymooners." And in "Blow Your Own Horn of Plenty," Brian is playing the trumpet but ends up with ALF's hypersonic kazootiephone instead. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin & Jacqueline Roettcher. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #28
    ALF (1988) 28
    Published Apr 1990 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. ALF hits his head and then has temporary hallucinations in which he imagines that the Tanners are his Melmac family in "Family Tie-Dyes." Then while out on an all-boys camping trip, ALF, Willie and Brian have to deal with Bigfoot problems in "Bigfoot in the Mouth." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #29
    ALF (1988) 29
    Tags: 3D
    Published May 1990 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. When Brian works on the school newspaper, ALF gives him some lessons on investigative reporting in "Used Karma." Then ALF explains to Brian what horrible places theme parks are by telling him all about the Melmac version of theme parks in "Pop Goes the Quiz." And in "The Melmatchmaker," ALF fears for the worst when Kate and Willie have an argument and tries to resolve their differences. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Issue has a Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation which states that the average monthly total paid circulation for the preceding 12 months was 108,600 issues. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #30
    ALF (1988) 30
    Published Jun 1990 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Little Eric gets hold of ALF's vocabulariat and then starts speaking with an extensive vocabulary in "Speaker of the House." Then Brian has girl problems, so ALF tells how he dealt with his own heartbreak when he joined the Furry Legion in "Beau Jester." And in "Kung Food for Thought," ALF gives Brian some self defense lessons when he is treated badly by a bully. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Issue also has "ALF's Melmacian Stamp Collector's Kit." Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #31
    ALF (1988) 31
    Published Jul 1990 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Little Eric gets upset because he is too young to go to summer camp. So ALF brings the summer camp to him in "Shummer Camp." Then ALF explains why Melmacians and cats are enemies in "Pyramid-Life Crisis." And in "Safari About That," when a lion escapes from a circus train, ALF decides to capture it. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #32
    ALF (1988) 32
    Published Aug 1990 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. ALF's new exercise and diet programs to get himself in better shape has surprising results but also comes with problems for the Tanners in "Muscle Bound for Glory." Then ALF shows the action figure for Melmacho Man, the most merchandised hero on Melmac. But the action figure is definitely built for action in "Go Figure." And in "Imagine That," ALF's imaginary friend drives the Tanners crazy. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #33
    ALF (1988) 33
    Published Sep 1990 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. ALF and the Tanners spend an evening playing Luncheons and Flagons, the Melmacian hard-roll-playing game in "Man Over Game Board." Then ALF finds out that a TV show has a $5,000 prize for the most unusual video. So he sends in a video of himself and the Tanners have to scramble to keep people from finding out about ALF in "Home Vide-Uh-Oh." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Issue also has an ALF's Dress Up Dali page. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #34
    ALF (1988) 34
    Published Oct 1990 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Kate needs a magician for Brian's birthday party and ALF is available but has to first demonstrate his magical talents in "That Old Melmac Magic." When Lynn juggles boyfriends, ALF tells Lynn about his great-great grating grandaunt in "Gone With the Rind," which amounts to an ALF version of "Gone With the Wind." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Michael James & Rusty Haller & Marie Severin. Issue also has a one-page ALF gag strip. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #35
    ALF (1988) 35
    Published Nov 1990 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Brian accidentally breaks open one of ALF's fear cans and it causes the Tanners and the neighbors to fear that their houses won't pass a surprise inspection in "The Only Thing We Have to Fear is ALF Himself." Then ALF tells Kate and Brian about the time Melmac had a bread shortage in "Judge for Yourself," an ALF version of Judge Dredd. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin & & Rusty Haller. Issue also has an ALF version of famous comic strips in "The Phunny Pages." Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #36
    ALF (1988) 36
    Published Dec 1990 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. What would it be like for the Tanners to have two ALFs? ALF shows them that possible life in "My Favorite Melmartian." Then ALF tells Willie and Brian an adventure that happened back on Melmac when he was at the Orbit HQ in "Underexposure." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin & Rusty Haller. Issue also has an ALF pinup page. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #37
    ALF (1988) 37
    Published Jan 1991 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Cover art by Dave Manak. Melmacian Gothic!, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Dave Manak, inks by Marie Severin; Willie and ALF take care of Willie's friend's farm. Play Me or Trade Me!, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Rusty Haller, inks Marie Severin; ALF tells Kate and Brian about the time he traded his brother for a box of rusty pop-tops. ALF Designs The Perfect Melmakitchen!, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Rusty Haller, inks by Marie Severin; Blueprints for the perfect Melmacian kitchen. 36 pgs. $1.00. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #38
    ALF (1988) 38
    Published Feb 1991 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Cover art by Dave Manak. Branching Out!, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Dave Manak, inks by Marie Severin; ALF finds himself hunted by beings that look like trees. Timing Is Everything!, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Rusty Haller, inks by Marie Severin; ALF tells Brian about his encounter with Dr. Whozonfirst. Bed Slime Stories; ALF reads Melmacian fairy tales to Kate and Eric. 36 pgs. $1.00. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #39
    ALF (1988) 39
    Published Mar 1991 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Cover art by Dave Manak. Inca-Dinka-Doo!!, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Dave Manak, inks by Michael James; ALF and Brian track an odd ALF duplicate to Peru. ALF Is In Wonderland, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Rusty Haller, inks by Ruth Leon; ALF dreams that he's in Wonderland. 36 pgs. $1.00. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #40
    ALF (1988) 40
    Published Apr 1991 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Cover art by Dave Manak. Leprechaun Job!, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Dave Manak, inks by Marie Severin; ALF suspects that Kate's uncle Seamus is a leprechaun. That's The Way The Cookie Crumbles, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Rusty Haller, inks by Marie Severin; ALF tells Lynn about his ancestor Don Diego de la Shumway, the masked hero known as Zoreo. 36 pgs. $1.00. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #41
    ALF (1988) 41
    Published May 1991 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. ALF panics when the Tanners' TV stops working. And when he tries to fix the TV, he ends up inside it in "T.V. F.X. N.X.S." Then ALF tells Brian about his days on the Orbit Guard Patrol and when he met Doc Cabbage in "Classical Gastritis," an ALF version of a Doc Savage adventure. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin & Rusty Haller. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #42
    ALF (1988) 42
    Published Jun 1991 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Skip lands on Earth to alert ALF to a problem on New Melmac. So ALF journeys to New Melmac to help while Skip stays with the Tanners in "Send in the Clones," an adventure in three parts, "Skip to the Chase," "Don't Get a Rhonda Much Anymore" and "The Epi-Cheese Log." Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Then in "ALF's Sci-Fry Marathon," ALF presents some ALF versions of famous and classic sci fi TV shows. Script by Rusty Haller and art by Rusty Haller & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #43
    ALF (1988) 43
    Published Jul 1991 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Cover art by Dave Manak. Secure From General Quarter Pounders, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Dave Manak, inks by Michael James; When ALF and the Tanners return home to find one of their windows broken, ALF sets up a bunch of boobytraps to stop burglars. Son Of ALF's Sci-Fry Marathon!, script and pencils by Rusty Haller, inks by Marie Severin; ALF gives a history of Melmac's favorite sci-fi show: Star Shlep. Only 45 Minute Steaks From Broadway!, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Rusty Haller, inks by Marie Severin; ALF tells Willie and Lynn about Melmac's most famous musicals. 36 pgs. $1.00. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #44
    ALF (1988) 44
    Published Aug 1991 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. It's the adventure of a lifetime for ALF when the X-Melmen (an ALF version of Marvel's X-Men) come back into his life and he helps them out in "ALF's Xcellent Adventure," an adventure in five parts, "Xposition Through Xtrapolation," "An Xtemporaneous Xit," "Xterminate with Xtreme Prejudice," "Xacting Revenge" and "Xuberant Xhilarated Xstacy." Script by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin & Michael James & Ruth Leon. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #45
    ALF (1988) 45
    Published Sep 1991 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. ALF is down as he is about to experience Mel-Men-O-Paws and the Tanners try to help in "Making a Good First Depression." Then ALF tells Katie and Brian about the greatest girl detective on Melmac in "The Mystery of the Earwax Museum." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin & Rusty Haller. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #46
    ALF (1988) 46
    Published Oct 1991 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Cover art by Dave Manak. Shall We Dense?, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Dave Manak, inks by Marie Severin; When ALF consumes a cup of "Gravi-Tea" he sinks through the ground and stumbles upon a race of underground-dwelling humanoids. Feel Dove Dreams, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Rusty Haller, inks by Marie Severin; ALF tells the Tanners about the Griddle League of Bouillabaseball on Melmac. 36 pgs. $1.00. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #47
    ALF (1988) 47
    Published Nov 1991 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. The countdown begins for the final issue of ALF with Part 1 of "Th – Th – Th That's ALF Folks -- Meteor 'Bye Products" in which ALF discovers that the mineral that will power his ship home is in the famous meteor crater near Flagstaff, Arizona. So all he has to do is go to Flagstaff and get some of that mineral. Easier said than done! Then ALF tells Lynn about his famous ancestor Robbin' Food, an ALF version of Robin Hood in "Footprints of Thieves." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #48
    ALF (1988) 48
    Published Dec 1991 by Marvel.
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    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. Cover art by Dave Manak. Part II Of Th-Th-That's ALF Folks! A Tisket, A Task Force!, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Dave Manak, inks by Marie Severin; Mr Bittner finds out that ALF is living at the Tanner's house and tries to bring him in for study. Here's Cooking At You, Kid!, script by Michael Gallagher, pencils by Dave Manak, inks by Marie Severin; ALF tells Willie about his uncle, the Melmacian actor named Shumphrey Bogart. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #49
    ALF (1988) 49
    Published Jan 1992 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. The countdown continues for the final issue of ALF with Part 3 of "Th – Th – Th That's ALF, Folks – A Melmodest Proposal" in which ALF tries to pop the question, make arrangements for a wedding, stay ahead of the agent from the alien task force that is pursuing him and plan for his trip home. Then Rhonda goes it alone in her first (and last) solo story and tries to deal with the Planet of the Shapes in "Getting Into Shapes." Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #50
    ALF (1988) 50
    Published Feb 1992 by Marvel.

    Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. The countdown concludes for the final issue of ALF with Part 4 of "Th – Th – Th That's ALF, Folks – ALF Weidersehn" in which a Melmac wedding takes place and then the alien task force closes in on ALF. Or do they? Find out what happens to ALF and the Tanners in this double-size series-ending issue. Then ALF convinces the editors at Marvel Comics to do a biographical data profile page on him for the Marvel universe in "Universal Acceptance." And in "And Now, Ladies and Gentlemen…One Last Time…Heeeeeeeeeeere's ALF," our favorite furry alien shows the past and future with the Tanners in a talk-show style setting. Scripts by Michael Gallagher and art by Dave Manak & Marie Severin. Issue also has a double-page special final issue pinup. Cover price $1.75.