Part four of a four-part miniseries FULL COLOR!! All the plot threads come together as General Gordon and the government find Paragon calls there bluff, resigns his government status and goes renegade!! The Terror staves off yet another Black Commando attack on Margold, while he and Clarke Gibson use events to conspire to lure The ‘Commando to the city of Bayport. Once there, Paragon and Ms. Victory find themselves trapped into an alliance with Margold and his pawns to stop the ‘Commando. A wild card is thrown into the mix when he grabs Nikki Latimer as a hostage. With Ostrowski’s rocket his only escape, The ‘Commando switches the doctor and his daughter for Nikki, and all three blast off for the stars. With the Black Commando threat effectively removed, Ms. V convinces Paragon to return to the Colorado Project and pick up the pieces. “Judgement Day!” is written by Bill Black, drawn by longtime X-men inker Tim Townsend, ( His first full professional job in comics.) and inked by Chris Allen, Michael White and Chad Hunt. It has a cover by Vic Bridges. It guest-stars Stardust, Commando D, Nightviel, The Scarlet Scorpion, Gus Bivona, and Tamara Lawford. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Color cover, full color throughout/ Printed in 1993
Part two of a four-part mini-series. FULL COLOR!! The renegade madman known as The Black Commando is loose, bent on vengence toward the government scientists who created him. Meanwhile, at the Colorado Project, Paragon and Ms. V. explore the nature of mental prowess that makes him a paranormal. As romance blooms, the Black Commando prowls ever-nearer. See the origin of the Black Commando and Stardust recapped, as former scientists Gibson and Margold enlist the aid of the mysterious powerhouse known as The Terror (formerly Standard/Nedor/Better’s classic Golden Age character, The Black Terror.) to protect them. “Sweating Bullets” guest-stars Joan Wayne, Dan Barton, Laura and Thomas Wright, Octavia Howard, Proxima, Dr. Mara, Nikki Latimer, The Black Shroud, The Justice Squad, Atoman, Speedbolt, Nightman, and Magic Lantern. 36 pages, color cover and full color interiors. Written by Bill Black, with art by John Nadeau, Richard (The Count) Rome, Chad Hunt, Michael White, and Mark Heike. Cover by Rik Levins and Pitz(John Beatty) Standard comic book format. Printed in 1993.
Part one of a four-part miniseries. FULL COLOR!! In an effort to maintain government control, unlicensed paranormals have been outlawed. Though he has been Earth’s primary super-defender for more than half a century, Paragon falls into that category. With trepidation, he reluctantly turns himself in, to get with the program and become legal.His origin and subsequent period in stasis are recapped, in a partial reprint from Paragon Pubs’ 1972 Captain Paragon #1. “Probation” is written by Bill Black, with art by Black, John Nadeau, Vic Bridges, Chad Hunt and Mark Heike. It begins the romance that will lead to Paragon’s marriage, and guest-stars Ms. Victory, The Black Commando, The Black Shroud, Klyness, Skymaster, Electrobolt, Lady Liberty, Masquerader, Dr. Mara, Proxima, Nikki and Richard Latimer, The Red Butcher, and Gibson. 36 pages, color coverand full color interior. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1993
FULL COLOR!!! Continuing the Femforce crossover!! Back in the 1870’s, the Femforce and Harry Diamond take on local dress and custom to fit in, and rub shoulders with some of the Old West’s most famous fictional characters. While they witness a gunfight between a giant alien Kronon and The Latigo Kid, the heroes left in the PRESENT with the Scarlet Scorpion are having trouble remembering who has gone back into the past, and why!! This book crosses over with Femforce #7 and #8, and leads into The Armageddon Factor #1. This untitled story is written and drawn by Rik Levins, with inks by John Dell, Dan Davis, Dell Barras, Mark Heike and Bill Black. It guest stars Ms. Victory, She-Cat, Stardust, Nightveil, Tim Holt, The Black Phantom, Angel Eyes Barcroft, Klyness, Tara Fremont, Captain Freedom, Colt, Dr. Jimenez, Drs. Lieber and Kurtzberg, Atoman, Dr, Mark Benton and The Vardax. Color cover by Dell Barras, interiors are full color throughout. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1987.
FULL COLOR!!! With Stardust still not in her right mind, she may be more foe than friend, and Chromo back plotting with his Vardax shape-changing buddies to take over the entire Latimer Labs complex right under the noses of the Sentinels, what can the bad guys want with Dr. Carlos Jimenez’ Time Triangle- and what do Paragon’s old enemies The Kronons have to do with it? And right now, the man that Cap fears most is detective Harry Diamond, since his investigation may well hold facts on Paragon’s past that he won’t want to know. “A Blueprint For Revenge” is writtem by Bill Black, drawn by Erik(Amazing Spiderman)Larsen, and inked by Jim Sanders III. It guest stars Richard and Nikki Latimer, and reveals unknown secrets about Paragon’s origins. Then, a Commando D solo story, “While The City Sleeps”. A gangster and his too-smart gun moll use a weird, hypnotic other-dimensional that they call Mr. Morpheus to try to loot the city- ‘tll D-Man and Denny take them down. Written and inked by Bill Black,drawn by Erik Larsen- with splash page art by Mike Machlan and Jerry Ordway. Color cover by Erik Larsen, full color throughout. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1985.
Full color superhero action!! This special edition first issue brings together the top supercharacters in the AC Universe to fight as the Sentinels Of Justice. As Captain Paragon and the newly-powered alien woman called Stardust return to Earth,( following events in Captain Paragon #’s 1-4 ) Commando D and Denny Brant make Earthfall as well, on the hunt for bloodthirsty Vardax invaders, ( As started in Americomics #5, and continued in Captain Paragon #4. )little knowing the hideous reptilians already have villainous human allies. When a chance roadside encounter between a Vardax war party and trucker Mike(The Scarlet Scorpion)McCluskey, and mystical visions of alien doom appear to Nightveil, the gang’s all here. “The Shadows of Legends” is written by Dan St. John and Greg Guler, drawn by Guler, and inked by Bill Fugate, Paul Ryan, Bill Anderson, Bill Black and David Matthews. It guest stars Richard and Nikki Latimer, Chromo, Skymaster, Masquerader, Lady Liberty and Electrobolt. Color cover and interiors, 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1985.
Cap and Dusty finally finish off the Kronons, in “Battleground At Galaxy’s End”, by Dan St. John, Greg Guler and Kevin (Moonknight) Dzuban. Then, a special Commando D featurette as D-man and Danny Brant encounter the alien Vardax, in “Beachhead”, by Tom Kokenge, Kevin Dzuban and Bill Black.(Features the death of Dorna, and Danny suggesting the formation of the Sentinels Of Justice.One panel cameos of Atomman and Ms. Victory, of the Femforce.; one-page Space Ark strip as part of an ad, by Ken Mitchroney.) Color cover by Greg Guler and Jerry Ordway; color and black and white interiors, 52-page comic book format. Printed in 1985.
THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND COMPLETELY UNAVAILABLE!!!!!! Paragon in the hands of the deadly Kronons, as they exert there forces to eradicate the poplulace of Rur- while strange things are brewing back on Earth, at Latimer Labs. Will Proxima and her Rurian strike force be able to free their Earth-borne mercenary, Paragon, to lead them to victory- and what DOES Richard Latimer have to do with…THE BLACK SHROUD!!! Story by Dan St. John, with art by Greg Guler and Kevin Dzuban. 32 pages, full color, standard comic book size and format. Printed in 1984.
It’s Rur war as Paragon and Stardust(who would later join the Femforce) must rocket halfway across the universe to try and turn the tide in “Destination- Rur” , as a battle between Dusty’s home world and the ruthless Kronon empire may eventually decide Earth’s fate!! By Dan St. John, Greg (Hawk and Dove)Guler, and Kevin Dzuban. Featuring Proxima, Richard Latimer, and the first appearance of Klyness, the Kronon commander. All color throughout, cover by Greg Guler and Bill Black. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1984.
AC’s premiere superhero in the premier issue of his first full-color book . He’s ageless, invulnerable,and doesn’t know who he is or how he came to be!! See him hire a private detective to track down his own identity in “The Diamond Connection”, by Bill Black, Don Secrease and Bill Neville.(First appearance of Harry Diamond, .) Then, it’s on to “The Power Of Proxima”(picking up the storyline from Cap’s strip in Fun Comics #4) by Dan St. John, Greg Guler and Bill Black. Paragon and his new protege Stardust try to stave off an invasion from her home planet, and encounter the Rurian warlord Proxima. Guest stars Richard and Nikki Latimer. Finally, see the future leader of AC’s smash hit, Femforce in her first AC Comics appearance, as Ms. Victory faces off with the faceless Dr. Pretorius in a slugfest by Mark Heike, Phil White and Bill Anderson. (First appearance of FF government liason, Captain Tom Kelly) Cover by Greg Guler and Mike Machlan, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1983.