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Comic books May 1990

  • Issue #677
    2000 AD (1977 United Kingdom) 677

    May 5, 1990. Features include Judge Dredd in "Necropolis" part 4 (script by John Wagner, color art by Carlos Ezquerra), Chronos Carnival (script by Hilary Robinson, art by Ron Smith), Universal Soldier part 5 (script by Alan McKenzie, color art by Simon Coleby), Armoured Gideon in part 7, "Red Dawn" (script by John Tomlinson, art by Simon Jacob), and Shadows part 6 (script by Peter Milligan, color art by Richard Elson/Perkins). Color pin-up and front cover by Simon Jacob.

  • Issue #678
    2000 AD (1977 United Kingdom) 678

    May 12, 1990. Features include Judge Dredd in "Necropolis" part 5 (script by John Wagner, color art by Carlos Ezquerra), Chronos Carnival (script by Hilary Robinson, art by Ron Smith), Universal Soldier part 6 (script by Alan McKenzie, color art by Simon Coleby), Armoured Gideon in part 6, "Aftermath" (script by John Tomlinson, art by Simon Jacob), Shadows part 7 (script by Peter Milligan, color art by Richard Elson), and Indigo Prime (script by John Smith, art by Chris Weston). David Hine front cover. Weston back cover.

  • Issue #679
    2000 AD (1977 United Kingdom) 679

    May 19, 1990. Features include Judge Dredd in "Necropolis" part 6 (script by John Wagner, color art by Carlos Ezquerra), Armoured Gideon in part 9, "Ride the Wing-Whales" (script by John Tomlinson, art by Simon Jacob), Universal Soldier part 7 (script by Alan McKenzie, color art by Simon Coleby), Chronos Carnival (script by Hilary Robinson, art by Ron Smith), and Shadows part 8 (script by Peter Milligan, color art by Richard Elson/Perkins). Color pin-up by Zac Sandler. Elson cover.

  • Issue #680
    2000 AD (1977 United Kingdom) 680

    May 26, 1990. Features include Judge Dredd in "Necropolis" part 7 (script by John Wagner, art by Carlos Ezquerra), Armoured Gideon part 10, "Whale Annihilation" (script by John Tomlinson, art by Simon Jacob), Universal Soldier part 8 (script by Alan McKenzie, art by Simon Coleby), Chronos Carnival (script by Hilary Robinson, art by Ron Smith), Indigo Prime in "Downtime" paart 1 (script by John Smith, art by Chris Weston), and Shadows part 9 (script by Peter Milligan, color art by Richard Elson/Perkins). Smith cover.

  • Issue #47
    2000 AD Monthly/Presents/Showcase (1986 2nd Series) 47

    Tom Artis cover Return to Armageddon; Malcolm Shaw script; J. Redondo art; Bill Nutall letters; Inferno; Tom Tully script; Balardinelli art; Tom Frame letters; Meltdown Man; Alan Hebden script; Belardinelli art; Jack Potter letters; Cover price $1.75.

  • Volume 4, Issue 3
    Aboriginal Science Fiction (1986) Volume 4, Issue 3

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    Volume 4, Issue 3 - May/June 1990. Science Fiction and fantasy magazine. 64 pages, B&W. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #653
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 653
    Published May 1990 by DC.

    Cat Grant plans to testify against Morgan Edge and Intergang. Mannheim plans to stop her. Also, the return of Amanda McCoy and Luthor's Kryptonite Ring. Written by Roger Stern, with art by Bob McLeod and Brett Breeding. Cover by Kerry Gammill and Breeding. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #2
    Adam Strange (1990 1st Series) 2

    Written by Richard Bruning. Art and Cover by Andy Kubert and Adam Kubert. The legend of Adam Strange begins to crumble in light of the newfound reality that's swept his adopted homeworld of Rann. Now Adam is an outlaw, wanted for murder...and utterly alone in his plight. That is, until Eve shows up. Prestige Format. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #17
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  • Issue #18
    Advanced Dungeons and Dragons (1988) 18

    Kyriani's Story: The Ostus Legacy! Part 2 of 2. "Day of the Darkening!" Written by Dan Mishkin. Art by Jan Duursema and Rick Magyar. The half-elf, Kyriani, the only one with the necessary heritage to stop a coming evil, has been split into her two halves. The timid Cybriana and the sinister Drow, Kilili. If she is to save the Realms from a horrible fate she'll have to be merged back together once more. The results are not what anyone expected. Is this new form the half-elf carries a force for good or an agent of evil? Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1
    Adventures of Ford Fairlane (1990) 1

    Do you wanna rock? It's rock 'n' roll that brings Ford Fairlane to Los Angeles. But since his arrival in town, lots of doors have been slammed in his face. So he does what any other frustrated rock musician who can't get work would do. He opens his own detective agency. Well, it makes sense to Ford as he caters exclusively to rock 'n' roll clientele...which is what brings him into the murder of a beautiful singer - and makes him look appealing as a suspect himself. FORD FAIRLANE is a 4-issue mini-series prequel to the 20th Century Fox movie starring Andrew Dice Clay. Written by Gerard Jones, designed by Russell Braun, pencilled by Jose Delbo and inked by Don Heck. Suggested for Mature Readers. New Format. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #3
    Adventures of Luther Arkwright (1990 Dark Horse) 3

    By BRYAN TALBOT. Stealth, subtlety, and subterfuge are the name of the game in this issue! Pursued across all parallels by the sinister Disruptors, Arkwright goes in search of the Firefrost crystal - an artifact whose purpose and history can only be deciphered by Arkwright and his psychic gifts - but will the effort mean his death? Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #466
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 466
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    Will Superman help or hinder four less than fantastic astronauts who've returned from their mission involving radiation experiments? Find out in "The Limits of Power"! Script & layouts by Dan Jurgens. Finishes by Dick Giordano. Cover by Jurgens & Brett Breeding. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #397
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  • Issue #18
    Akira (1988) 18
    Published May 1990 by Marvel.

    Yamada has a close encounter with Tetsuos inner circle; Lady Miyako's secret is revealed. The first English translation of Katsuhiro Otomos influential manga series. Story, art and cover by Otomo. Color by Steve Oliff. Also includes an article about the U.S. release of the Akira anime. Mature readers. Cover price $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • 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 #4
    Aliens (1989) 1st Printing 4

    Written by Mark Verheiden. Art and cover by Denis Beauvais. Newt and Hicks join with the survivors of General Spear's army of Marines in a desperate attempt to reclaim the Earth from the Aliens, but it is an effort that seems to be doomed from the start! However, help comes from an unexpected quarter in this spectacular conclusion to one of the most popular miniseries of the year! FC Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #84
    Alpha Flight (1983 1st Series) 84

    Earth War: Part 1 of 3. "The Big Picture!" Story by James D. Hudnall. Art by John Calimee and Mike Manley. Alpha Flight must marshal their forces if they hope to defeat the malevolent sorcerer, Llan. But first they must deal with Omega Flight. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #179
    Amazing Heroes (1981) 179

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    Interview with Todd McFarlane; a look at Rock 'n' Roll comics. Spider-Man cover by McFarlane. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #332
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 332

    "Sunday in the Park with Venom" Part 1 of 2. Script by David Michelinie. Pencils by Erik Larsen. Inks by Mike Machlan, Jack Abel, Keith Wilson, Keith Williams, Brad Vancata, Joe Rosas, and Mickey Ritter. Cover by Erik Larsen and Mike Machlan. The web-slinger's worst nightmare is back again! Venom! And so is Mary Jane's! Jonathan Caesar! Add Styx and Stone to the volatile mix and the Parkers are in for a very rough day! The Amazing Spider-Man battles the psychotic Venom in Central Park, while Mary Jane confronts the deranged Caesar at Bedford Towers! Could the wall-crawler and his wife score a double victory against their respective nemeses? Mary Jane has a chance; Spider-Man not so much. Cameo appearances by Aunt May, Jimmy Olsen, Jay Leno, and Malcolm Forbes. (Note: The letters page contains a statement of ownership: average print run 426,790; average paid circulation 266,100.) 32 pages. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #332MJ
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 332MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Venom is after Spidey again in "Sunday in the Park with Venom!" Script by David Michelinie, pencils by Erik Larsen, inks by Mike Machlan and friends. Larsen/Machlan cover. The letters page has a statement of ownership--average print run, 426,790; average paid circulation, 266, 100. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #1991
    Amazing Spider-Man Annual HC (1974-Present World Distributors/Panini Books) 1991

    A British published book reprinting three Amazing Spider-man stories - 1st printing. Collects Amazing Spider-Man (1963-1998 1st Series) #259-261. Written by Tom DeFalco. Art by Ron Frenz and Joe Rubinstein. It's the ultimate showdown between good and evil. For months the sinister Hobgoblin has used the leagcy of Spidey's greatest foe to plague him. Now, the Wall-Crawler has had enough. It's Spider-Man vs. the Hobgoblin and only one of them is walking away from this one. Includes Activity games, a crossword puzzle, and a Fact Sheet on one of Spider-Man's deadliest and most tenascious villains - the Hobgoblin. Hardcover, 64 pages, full color. Cover price $4.25.

  • Issue #ITEM#1
    Amazing Spider-Man Computer Game (1990 Paragon) ITEM#1

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    The evil Mysterio is a master of illusions and Hollywood special effects. When he lures Spider-Man into a movie studio to rescue Mary Jane Parker, he has Spider-Man right where he wants him! Spider-Man is fighting on Mysterio's turf - six movie sets packed with robots, electrified floors, doors that aren't really there and walls coated with a chemical that keeps Spidey's webs from sticking! Mysterio has even turned gravity upside-down and sideways in some of his scenes! Spidey needs your help to stay alive and figure out the series of switches that turn Mysterio's tricks on and off. Your goal is to guide Spider-Man to the studio's executive suite where Mysterio is holding Mary Jane. Box Art by Todd McFarlane. Game Features: * Spidey walks, crawls, climbs walls and ceiling, shoots and swings from webs, and uses his famous "spider-sense" to avoid danger. * Over 250 screens packed with action. *Strategy and surprises in every scene! Includes: Two 5 1/4" floppy disc IBM PC/XT/AT/PS2, Tandy 1000/3000, and compatibles; and instructional manual.

  • Volume 65, Issue 1
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  • Volume 110, Issue 6
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960) Volume 110, Issue 6

    May 1990. Cover by David Hardy. Stories: "A Rose by Other Name" by Michael F. Flynn, "Transit of Betelgeuse" by Robert R. Chase, "The Scout Post" by Daniel Hatch, "Time Out" by Jerry Oltion, "Extra Ellies" by Julia Ecklar, and "Slow Nights" by Kevin D. Robinson. Science Fact article: Astrophysical Engineering and the Fate of the Earth" by Martyn J. Fogg. Probability Zero article: "Fitting Suits" by Ben Bova. Softcover, 5-in. x 7.25-in.; 192 newsprint pages, B&W. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #23
    Animal Man (1988) 23
    Published May 1990 by DC.

    "Crisis." Pt.1 of 2. Story by Grant Morrison. Art by Chas Truog and Doug Hazlewood. As Animal Man takes a stroll with the Phantom Stranger and meets some very interesting individuals, Psycho Pirate, the man who can control others emotions and the only person in the DC Universe who remembers the multiverse that existed before the events of Crisis on Infinite Earths awakens in Arkham Asylum. Psycho Pirate's memories come back to haunt him literally and the effects could prove disastrous for current continuity. This one has guest-stars galore featuring the Phantom Stranger, the Immortal Man, Jason Blood (the Demon), Ultraman, Johnny Quick, and Power-Ring (of the Crime Syndicate of Amerika), Aquagirl, Sargon the Sorcerer, Overman, Detective Chimp. And more. 32 pages. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #377
    Archie (1943) 377

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. Capri Sun ad with Archie and His Friends. "The Skin Game," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Stan Goldman, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie wears a coonskin cap to school and sets off a series of events that lead to a fake fur fad. "It's a Wild Wild Racket," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Stan Goldman, inks by Mike Esposito; Archie heads to school with a Lacrosse racket accidentally hitting everything in his path; He passes under Miss Grundy's window just as she knocks a potted plant off the window sill. Untitled story; Archie's allergic reaction to Veronica's perfume lead him to wear an unusual costume to the costume party. "Cover Story," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Stan Goldman, inks by Mike Esposito; In an effort to stay warm, Jughead and Archie wear ski masks to school; Jughead stops by the school office frightening Miss Philips who calls the police. Editor Gorelick promotes "Explorers of the Unknown" issue number 1 and "Veronica in Mexico" #8. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #8
    Archie 3000 (1989) 8

    Cover by Rex W. Lindsey. Capri Sun 100% Natural ad with Archie and the gang. "The Party Crasher," script by Robert Loren Fleming, pencils by Rex Lindsey, inks by Pat Kennedy; When Veronica invites Reggie instead of Archie to her dinner party, Archie disguises himself in an armored suit to pretend to be a serving robot. Drugs Are Uncool! public service announcement with the Archie gang, art by Dan DeCarlo. Archie's Club News. "Room Without a Viewer," script by Kathleen Webb , pencils by Dan Parent, inks by Scott McRae; Veronica is upset because her videophone shows her when she doesn't look her best. "Are You Out of Your Mind?", script by Rich Margopoulos, art by Rex Lindsey; An accident with a personality-analyzing machine scrambles the gang's personalities, so that Dilton acts like Archie and Betty acts like Veronica, etc. "Every Dog Has His Day!", script and art by Dan Parent; Two rival art teachers try to make art stars of Reggie and Jughead, when in reality Hot Dog is doing the art. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #1
    Archie and the History of Electronics (1990) 1

    Radio Shack Special Edition. Cover pencils by Howard Bender, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "Archie and the History of Electronics," script by Mike Pellowski, pencils by Howard Bender, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Archie and the gang tour the Riverdale Science Museum; They learn about methods of electric power generation, the history of electricity and electronics, computers, aeronautics and aerospace. 36 pgs., full color.

  • Issue #46
    Archie's Double Digest (1982) 46
  • Issue #5
    Archie's RC Racers (1989) 5

    Cover pencils by Bill Golliher, inks by Jon d'Agostino. Ethel Sue Makes It Big!, script by Bill Golliher, pencils by Howard Bender, inks by Henry Scarpelli and Jon d'Agostino; The teams travel through Nashville, where they are sidetracked by Ethel's "discovery" as a country music star. Babette and her crew continue their campaign against the teens but are stopped by the arrival of singer Melvis Prissley, long believed dead. Drugs Are Uncool! public service announcement with Archie, pencils by Dan De Carlo. Editor Gorelick talks about upcoming Archie titles. 36 pgs. $1.00. Cover price $1.00.

  • Volume 3, Issue 1
    Argosy (1990) Volume 3, Issue 1
    Argosy (1990) Volume 3, Issue 1

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    Argosy is an American Pulp magazine featuring Science Fiction, Adventure, and Mystery stories. Cover: "The Rebel" by Jim Steranko. Stories include: "The Savage Gentleman" (Part 1 of 2) by Philip Wylie, "Boston Blackie's Mary" by Jack Boyle, "The Reversible Revolutions" by C.M. Kornbluth, "A Hot Afternoon" by John Staib, "The Doll House" by George Metzger, "True Profession" by Bruce Pelz, and "Star Empire" by Isaac Asimov and Charles Schneeman. Illustrations by D. Bruce Berry and Glen Murakami. Saddle stitched, 8-in x 10 1/2-in, 72 Pages, B&W. Cover price $4.00.

  • Issue #3
    Atlantis Chronicles (1990) 3

    YOUTH - Will civil war be the culmination of the growing tensions between Poseidonis and Tritonis? Written by Peter David, with art and cover by Esteban Maroto. Deluxe format. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #8-1ST
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    Volume 8 - 1st printing. "Swatting at the Cosmos!" By James Morrow. Author's Choice Monthly was a series of 29 short story collections. These hardcovers have a limited print run and are each is signed by the author. Hardcover, 5-in. x 8-in., 104 pages, Text Only. NOTE: Limited to 350 copies.

  • Issue #317
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 317

    "Business as Usual" Part 2 of 3. Guest-starring Spider-Man. Plot by John Byrne. Script by Fabian Nicieza. Art by Paul Ryan (breakdowns) and Tom Palmer (finishes). Cover by Paul Ryan and Tom Palmer. The Stranger barges into Nebula's starship demanding an audience with the self-styled granddaughter of Thanos! Why does the cosmic-powered giant want Nebula? Because the galactic thief has stolen the powerful Infinity Union! The Avengers don't know precisely what the Infinity Union can do, but they do realize the urgency to keep it away from Nebula! To that end Earth's Mightiest Heroes split up and search the Stranger's massive spaceship for the deadly device! By chance the Amazing Spider-Man finds the awesome Infinity Union first! But watch out web-slinger…it may be booby-trapped! Cameo appearance by Quasar. (Note: The letters page contains a statement of ownership: average print run 330,300; average paid circulation 201,600.) 32 pages Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #317MJ
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 317MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. "Business as Usual" Part 2 of 3. Guest-starring Spider-Man. Plot by John Byrne. Script by Fabian Nicieza. Art by Paul Ryan (breakdowns) and Tom Palmer (finishes). Cover by Paul Ryan and Tom Palmer. The Stranger barges into Nebula's starship demanding an audience with the self-styled granddaughter of Thanos! Why does the cosmic-powered giant want Nebula? Because the galactic thief has stolen the powerful Infinity Union! The Avengers don't know precisely what the Infinity Union can do, but they do realize the urgency to keep it away from Nebula! To that end Earth's Mightiest Heroes split up and search the Stranger's massive spaceship for the deadly device! By chance the Amazing Spider-Man finds the awesome Infinity Union first! But watch out web-slinger…it may be booby-trapped! Cameo appearance by Quasar. (Note: The letters page contains a statement of ownership: average print run 330,300; average paid circulation 201,600.) 32 pages Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #58
    Avengers West Coast (1985) 58
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    • Minor side edge crack and top edge label strip missing.
    • Label #0041409023

    "The Day the Earth Moved!" Story by Fabian Nicieza. Art by Tom Morgan and Randy Emberlin. After being defeated by Magneto, the Avengers return to Los Angeles and discover that Vibro has caused a major earthquake. Can the Avengers stop Vibro and save the city? Avengers Lineup: Dr. Pym, Iron Man, Wasp, Wonder Man and U.S. Agent. Cameo appearance by the Original Human Torch. (Note: The letters page contains a statement of ownership: average print run 289,150; average paid circulation 181,165.) 32 pages Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #58MJ
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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. "The Day the Earth Moved!" Story by Fabian Nicieza. Art by Tom Morgan and Randy Emberlin. After being defeated by Magneto, the Avengers return to Los Angeles and discover that Vibro has caused a major earthquake. Can the Avengers stop Vibro and save the city? Avengers Lineup: Dr. Pym, Iron Man, Wasp, Wonder Man and U.S. Agent. Cameo appearance by the Original Human Torch. (Note: The letters page contains a statement of ownership: average print run 289,150; average paid circulation 181,165.) 32 pages Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #18
    Bad Company (1988) 18
    Published May 1990 by Quality.

    Written by Peter Milligan with art by Bret Ewins. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #59
    Badger (1983 1st Series Capital/First) 59

    The Badger gets hired to clean up Manhattan's streets, but when he gets distracted by the fashion world, his employer is not happy in "Style." Script by Mike Baron and art by Jacob-Arnold Pander. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1
    BadLands (1990 Vortex) 1
  • Issue #447
    Batman (1940) 447
    Tags: Batman
    Published May 1990 by DC.

    The Demon (not Etrigan) is murdering leading members of the communist party, and his final target is Premier Mikhail Gorbachev in "Earth Day! Demon Night!" Part 3 of 3, continued from the previous issue. Written by Marv Wolfman. Art by Jim Aparo & Mike DeCarlo. Cover by Brian Bolland. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Batman 3-D GN (1990 DC) 1-1ST
    Published May 1990 by DC.

    Includes 3-D Glasses - 1st printing. Introduction by Archie Goodwin. Featuring "Ego Trip!" Batman must match wits with the Joker, Two-Face, Riddler, and the Penguin. Story and art by John Byrne. 3-D effects by Ray Zone. "Robot Robbers!" A 3-D classic from the fifties. Art by Curt Swan and Sheldon Moldoff. 3-D effects by Jack Adler. Includes 3-D pin-ups by Alex Toth, Mike Zeck, Jerry Ordway, Bret Blevins & Al Williamson, Jim Aparo, Dave Gibbons, Barry Windsor-Smith, Mike Mignola, George Perez, Klaus Janson, and Arthur Adams. Softcover, 8-in.x 11-in., 80 pages, 3-D effects. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Batman A Lonely Place of Dying TPB (1990 DC) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Batman (1940-2011) #440-442 and New Teen Titans (1984-1996 2nd Series) #60-61. Written by Marv Wolfman and George Perez. Art by George Perez, Jim Aparo, Tom Grummett, Mike DeCarlo, and Bob McLeod. After the death of Jason Todd (Robin II) at the hands of the Joker, Batman has become a man possessed. Possessed, but sloppy. As his injuries mount up, Gotham City is besieged by the criminally insane Two-Face. Can Dick Grayson, the 1st Robin and current hero known as Nightwing, help his friend and former mentor before it's too late? Plus, what role will new comer Tim Drake, the boy who deduced the identities of Batman and Robin, play in all this? Softcover, 128 pages, full color. Other recommendations from Lonestar Staff member 'Odinson' - Batman A Death in the Family TPB (1988) and Batman: Under the Hood Vol. 1 & 2 TP. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Batman Arkham Asylum GN (1990 DC) 1st Edition 1-1ST

    1st Edition - 1st printing. Written by Grant Morrison. Art and cover by Dave McKean. On April Fool's Day the Joker leads a revolt of the inmates at Arkham Asylum, prison for the criminally insane. The Dark Knight Detective must save the day by saving the hostages and rounding up the bad guys. But what of Amadeus Arkham, founder of the infamous institution? Featuring the Dark Knight's arch-nemeses the Joker, Two-Face, Scarecrow, Poison Ivy, and more in the black heart of Gotham City's house for the criminally insane. This graphic novel is well-known for its psychological intensity and probing portraits of Batman and the Joker, as well as groundbreaking art that influenced scores of artists by introducing a new school of storytelling and technique to comics. Softcover, 128pg, full color. Mature Readers Cover price $14.95.

  • Issue #7
    Batman Legends of the Dark Knight (1989) 7

    Gothic, Part 2 of 5. The underworld has turned to Batman to save them from the deadly menace of Mr. Whisper, a foe who turns out to be even more than the Darknight Detective can handle. Written by Grant Morrison, with art and cover by Klaus Janson. Deluxe format. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Batman The Frightened City TPB (1990 Titan) 1-1ST

    Titan Books - 1st printing. Collects Brave and the Bold (1955-1983 1st Series) #79 and 81-83. Written by Bob Haney. Art and cover by Neil Adams. Introduction by Duncan McAlpine. Softcover, 96 pages, B&W. Cover price $9.79.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Batman The Jokers Revenge TPB (1990 Titan) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Collects Batman # 219, 234, and 251 and World's Finest (1941-1986) #175-176. Written by Bob Haney, Denny O'Neil, and Mike Friedrich. Art by Dick Giordano and Neal Adams. The Caped Crusader matches wits witht he Clown Prince of Crime. Softcover, 128 pages, full color. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #10
    Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children (1989) 10
  • Issue ##12101
    Beetlejuice A Big Coloring Book SC (1990 Golden Books) #12101

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    #12101 - Coloring book based on animated series inspired by the feature film by Tim Burton! Softcover, 8-in. x 11-in., 56 pages, B&W.