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Not even Hurricane Matthew could stop it- FEMFORCE #176 is finally available!! The funeral of RIO RITA in Brazil segueways into a new mystery at home as an old friend is menaced by an even OLDER enemy in “Alive, But I’m Dead”, written by Mark and Stephanie Heike, with art by the Heikes and Jeff Austin. This opening stanza of this issue wraps up a number of old FF plotines and starts some new ones. Next, the ongoing tale of NIGHTVEIL on Dark Dhagor starts to gather speed as the plot she and mentor Azagoth have concocted to free the planet from the control of an evil sorceress goes into action, with NV challenging VIVARNA on her own home ground, in “Time Of The Season”, scripted by Mark Heike, with art by Dan Gorman and Jeff Austin. Then, writer Andrew Hawnt and artist Scott Shriver present a solo story starring STARDUST as Mara returns to her job at NASA only to be confronted by a new threat- KALIS- in “Where Vengeance Hides”. Then, art star Scott Shriver and writer Mark Holmes team up on a BLUE BULLETEER story set in 1947 as spies and pin-up girls get tangled in a web of espionage threatening a new atomic plant in “Sharpshooter”. That girl vigilante of the Old West, BLACK PHANTOM goes on the trail against a homicidal repeat-widow in “‘Till Death Do Us Part”, written by that man again, Mark Holmes; pencils by a new old friend, Dave Matsuoka, and inked by Bossman Bill Black!! The plotline from “where Vengeance Hides” is picked up in a second STARDUST story, “The Distant Horde”. Dusty and Ms. VICTORY are pulled into a pocket dimension where they must fight for their lives against KALIS and her mistress- TRAXIS; the villainess last seen in FF #172. Story by Andrew Hawnt with pencils by Rock Baker and inks by Bill Black. Next, SHE-CAT must decide who is worse, a new streetfighting vigilante or a slumlord gangster in “Beware The Violet Shadow”, written by Andrew “Three Stories” Hawnt with art by the dynamic Jacob Bear. Finally, DINOSAUR GIRL returns in her first Post-WWII adventure as she must team up with one old ally to defeat another in “Red Heat”, written and drawn by Rock Baker, with inks by Michael Bowers. FEMFORCE #178- It’s eighty full-pages of all new, never-before-seen stories of “good girl” art action and adventure. Full color covers with black and white interiors, saddle-stitched and standard comic book size, at 9.95. Released from AC Comics in October, 2016.

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Femforce 175 SOLD OUT!!

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DUE TO UNPRECEDENTED DEMAND, THIS LANDMARK ISSUE IS ALREADY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! The historic 175Th issue of FEMFORCE is now available!! This awesome milestone event opens with the conclusion to last issue’s ZAZURRA storyline, as the staggering stone giantess’ saga takes a number of suprising twists. Two characters dating back to FEMFORCE Special #1 fall in pitched battle- and just HOW does the enigmatic new villainess BLITZFRAU fit into all this? A 26-page tour-de-force titled “Showdown”, written by Mark and Stephanie Heike, with art by Rock Baker, Jeff Austin and Mark and Stephanie Heike. Then, RAD pursues her secret “undercover”mission posing as an operative for the subversive paramilitary group “The STRONG HAND in “Fools Rush In”. The mission is easy enough- but how does she maintain her cover without breaking millions of laws and creating an international incident? Story by Mark Holmes, with art by Gianluca Cerritelli and Jeff Austin. Ms. VICTORY and TARA must try to stop a mutated scientist without using lethal force in “The Monstrous Burden”, a thoughtful allegory written by Andrew Hawnt, with art by Francesco Savi. On Dark Dhagor, NIGHTVEIL, Azagoth and the rest of the oppressed Dhagorians foment a plan to overthrow the rule of VIVARNA’s villainous sorcerers’ cabal in “In The Court Of The Crimson King”, written by Mark Heike, and illustrated by Dan Gorman and Scott Shriver. Next, an FF story with a very different flavor, as Ms. V, SYNN, SHE-CAT, TARA and STARDUST spend a day “On The Beach”, wherin Synn’s unique perspective averts an inter-species conflagration, despite the meddling of the JUSTICE SQUADRON. Written by Jim Johnston, with pencils and inks by Scott Shriver. Finally, Rock Baker’s DINOSAUR GIRL returns, as the giantess heroine of WWII finds herself (and husband Rex) in the middle of a “Spy Ring”. Story and pencils by the talented Mr. Baker, with inks by new sensation Leonardo Martens. Seventy-six pages of story and art, black and white interiors with full-color covers, saddle-stitched and standard comic book size- that’s FEMFORCE #175!! Released in 2016.

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THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!!  Old and new friends abound in this 80-page blockbuster (as are ALL issues of FF these days) chronicling the adventures of comicdom’s first (and best) all-female super-team. Inside a dramatic Dell Barras cover, it starts off right away with the 31-page lead story “Rock Aria”. In the wake of the tragedy at Roberta Stock’s almost-wedding (last issue), the FF return to an emergency call from founding member RIO RITA that leads to a trip to Brazil to investigate a mysterious, hulking destructive force appearing in the Amazon jungle. Is it a terrible NEW menace? Yes-AND no. It’s ZAZURRA, the living stone giantess that actually debuted in AC’s Big ‘Uns #2, back many years ago, but who has never previously appeared in the FF universe. She’s here now, and it’ll be up to Ms. VICTORY, SHE-CAT, SYNN and TARA to deal with. Throw in a sprinkling of Dr. Carlos Jimenez and his Time Triangle, Lady Luger and Fritz Voltzmann, and it’s another Stephanie and Mark Heike, Rock Baker and Jeff Austin triumph. Then, RAD is back taking the next step on her journey toward respectability as she moves forward in her secret undercover assignment infiltrating the dangerous paramilitary subversive group The Strong Hand, in “Stepping Into The Twilight Zone”, written by Mark Heike, with art by Baker and Austin. SYNN ends up as a contestant on a game show in an offbeat solo adventure in “A Girl With Brains”, from the mind of writer Mark Holmes with pencils by Dan Gorman and inks by Scott Shriver. Penciler Dan Gorman returns to handle art duties on “The Final Days of Sirius Quinn”. TARA FREMONT investigates the abandoned jungle research facility of a recently-deceased scientist only to find a very unusual situation. Written by UK sensation Andrew Hawnt, and inked by the versatile Scott Shriver. Everybodies’ favorite reluctant heroine, YANKEE GIRL is back to deal with a deadly tropical threat at the Arctic Circle(?) in “Ice Age Baby”, written by Mark Holmes, with pencils and inks by Riccardo Desini. Finally, as a special flip-book feature, long-time AC artist Dan Gorman and his collaborator Joseph A. Michael have created an all-new superheroine that has caught on as an online sensation- The ATOMIC BLONDE!! She makes her FIRST in-print appearance here in FF #174 in an adventure set in a 1940’s World War II world just SLIGHTLY different than our own, entitled “Enter The AquaNazis!!”. We think FEMFORCE readers will love it. Add it all up and it comes out to be 80 full pages of 100% ALL-NEW, never-before-seen story and art in the great AC tradition of “good girl” art and action. Black and white interiors inside full-color covers, standard comic book size, saddle-stitched, for $9.95. Released in 2016.

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Femforce 173

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Femforce #173 is now available!! The long-delayed wedding of former government liason to the FF, ROBERTA STROCK is the event of focus for this issues’ lead feature, and Ms. VICTORY, SYNN, SHE-CAT, TARA and STARDUST are on the guest list. But as usually occurs in the AC Universe, things DON’T work out the way they were planned when some unexpected party-crashers make the scene in “Wedding Bell Blues”, written by Stephanie and Mark Heike, with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. Absent from the bridal shower was NIGHTVEIL, still toiling on the world where she originally gained her arcane powers, DARK DHAGOR. Using strategy as well as magic, NV survives the first wave of attackers sent by villainess VIVARNA and her coterie of evil sorcerers, who now THINK they have the upper hand in the battle for control of the planet- but in fact the REVERSE may be closer to the truth, as you’ll see in this latest stanza of NV’s long-running offworld adventure, scripted by Mark Heike, penciled by Scott Shriver and inked by Jeff Austin. Then, SHE-CAT hears rumors of the death of an old FF nemesis- RIPJAW!! But don’t you believe it, because when the ‘Cat goes to investigate the wake, she learns that it was all a trap in “Iron Wake”, scripted by new literary sensation Andrew Hawnt, and illustrated by equally new (and equally sensational) Jacob Bear. Next, a short return to “yesteryear” as The BLUE BULLETEER accompanies a Hollywood pal on a visit to “The Old Dark House”- which just happens to come complete with a creepy butler and a mad scientist. Story by old favorite Mark Holmes, with art by Francesco Savi. Then, we journey back to TARA’s college days for a tale that picks up the plotline from “Rally ‘Round The Flag” back in FF #170. TARA has assumed the identity of the mysterious RACER G to clandestinely drive an new Fremont Motors design in several auto races in hopes the the publicity (and success of the car) will keep the FMC manufacturing plants open. When RACER G ( with pal JANIS LAWSON as navigator) enters a rugged California road race, she finds herself caught between fanatical “green” activists and an underhanded racing team from Finland in “Race To The Finnish”, written by Mark Holmes, drawn by Brian Dunphy and Mark Heike, and inked by Scott Shriver. After that, we head all the way back to the 1880’s for an adventure of The BLACK PHANTOM. When the reformed lady outlaw stops to help a strident suffragette, she wonders whether the cure may be worse than the disease in “Right To Vote”, written by that man again, Mark Holmes; with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. Finally, it’s back to the war-torn Pacific of 1944, where The Black Angel must solve the mystery of near-superatural Japanese harpies taking a toll on Allied warplanes, in “Painted Ladies”; an encore presentation of a story originally appearing in Cape and Mask #1. (NOTE: all AC web shop orders for this book will be shipped with the special, unannounced variant cover (by Stephanie Heike) you see pictured here. This is NOT the standard-issue FF #173 cover {also a Steph Heike design} that was offered through comic shops) All totalled, it’s the usual 80 pages of top-flight “good girl” art, action and intrigue, in crisp black and white ( with color covers) at standard comic book size, saddle- stitched. priced at $9.95. Released in 2015.

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Femforce 172

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LAST COPY IN STOCK!!! While Joan (Ms. VICTORY) Wayne-Starrett and her husband PARAGON enjoy a rare day off, an old associate manipulate her daughter Jennifer (better known as RAD) into a new and dangerous phase of her life. The rewards could be great- and the RISKS even GREATER, in “Same As It Ever Was” by Mark Heike. Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. On Florida’s East Coast, the debut of a new FF charitable organization brings SYNN and TARA into conflict with a “new” super-powered menace- BLITZFRAU- in “Shock To The System”, by Stephanie and Mark Heike and Jacob Bear. And it looks like New Villainess month in FEMFORCE, as STARDUST meets yet ANOTHER premier distaff antagonist while defending her Cape Canaveral workplace in “The Rage of Raxis”, written by newcomer ( to AC ) Andrew Hawnt, with pencils by Scott Shriver and inks by Jeff Austin. Then, an investigation into a tragic death for the Orlando Police Department leads SHE-CAT afoul of… you guessed it… a new villaness- called MISS CUE in “A Nice Girl In A Place Like This”, written by Mark Holmes, penciled by Rock Baker with ink finishes by Scott Shriver. NIGHTVEIL’S crisis on the world of Dark Dhagor continues as she finally confesses to the loss of the Cloak of Darkness to her mentor, Azagoth, and as a plan for the liberation of Dhagor is put into action, VIVARNA and her cotere of evil sorcerers come up with a plan of there own, in “What You See Is What You Get”; written by Mark Heike, penciled by Scott Shriver and inked by Jeff Austin. DINOSAUR GIRL returns in another untold story from WWII, as she must deal with a mutated dinosaur that could NOT have come in contact with the mysterious ore that gave DG her powers in “The Battle For Atoll Q, written and drawn by Rock Baker, and inked by Alejandro Alvarez. Remember the storyline out of STARDUST’S past that we started back in FF #169- “Eldorado”? Well, this issue we present another installment. As the pre-superpowered MARA lies injured and left behind by her Rurian comrades on the surface of the planet Zanton, that world’s mysterious inhabitants come to her aide, and you will meet the mysterious alien known as “Fr’Nando”- written by Stephanie and Mark Heike, and breathtakingly illustrated by Chris Allen. If you’ve enjoyed Chris’s work at AC over the years, you’ll LOVE this, as he’s really outdone himself here. And speaking of Mr. Allen, he is ALSO part of this issues’ never-before-published special suprise feature; an enigmatic tale of the macabre called “You Wore Black, The Angels Wore White”, written by Dan Membiela, penciled by Mark Heike and inked by Chris Allen under his old pen name of David Jacob Beckett. Total it all up and it is 80 pages of never-before-seen good girl art action, adventure and intrigue, in glistening black and white behind a moody Dell Barras full-color cover. Standard comic book size, saddle-stitched. for $9.95. Released in 2015.

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Femforce 171

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Femforce #171 is now available!! WHO is the mysterious menace known as BLOOD MOON- and what strange hold does he have over Ms. Victory? The answer to BOTH questions will suprise you in “Evil At Center Stage” written by Chad Halcom, with art by Francesco Savi. The saga of NIGHTVEIL’s sojourn continues as she searches for her twin lost treasures on the world of her mentor, AZAGOTH. The reasons for the Dhagorian upheaval AND the fate of her teacher become clearer, as do the machinations of the evil sorceress VIVARNA., in “I Dropped A Bomb On You”, written by Mark and Stephanie Heike, with art by Scott Shriver and Jeff Austin. An African mercy mission to save endangered elephants turns dark for Tara , placed into a walking death trap in “Trophy Wife, Trophy Life”, written by Mark Holmes, penciled by Alejandro Alvarez and inked by Mark Dail. SHE-CAT and former flame The SCARLET SCORPION run into each other breaking up a backdoor plastic surgery racket, which leads to a heartbreaking misunderstanding in “If You Don’t Know Me By Now…”, scripted by Stephanie Heike and illustrated by Jason Bear. An unexpected “save” comes for TARA as the rest of the FF try to deal with her murderous predicament in “No Place Like Home”, by Mark Holmes, with pencils by Brian Dunphy and inks by Scott Shriver. Then, fisticuffs erupt amongst a surprising trio during a backyard barbecue that marks the “reunion” of Ms. VICTORY and RAD in “Life During Wartime”, written by Mark Heike with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. Finally- as a special bonus (to promote the release of the new 1/6 action figure licensed by Executive Replicas this month), we re-present the very FIRST AC Comics-era STORMY TEMPEST adventure, originally printed in the low-run Thrilling Science Tales #2 in 1990, and not seen since!! See STORMY expose the shocking culinary habits of the “peace-loving” Kinabians in an untitled story written and illustrated by Mark Heike. All totalled, it’s 80 pages of great “good girl” art and action; black and white interiors inside full color covers, standard comic book size, saddle-stitched for $9.95. Released in 2015.

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THIS BOOK IS  A COMPLETE SELL-OUT! IT IS NOW UNAVAILABLEAT ANY PRICE!! The time-displaced villainess WAMPYR has now shown her true colors after years of behind-the-scenes machinations, and the FF are there to face-off with her in California. But with the FF’s mystic mistress NIGHTVEIL off, dimensions away on Dhagor; how can Ms. VICTORY, SYNN, SHE-CAT , TARA and STARDUST stand up to an enemy that is not only an undying vampire but a supremely powerful sorceress as well? The answer is- they CAN’T. See how it all shakes out in “Whatever Will Be Will Be”, a feature-length FEMFORCE lead story in three chapters written by Mark and Stephanie Heike, with pencils by Scott Shriver, Rock Baker and Stephanie Heike, and ink finishes by Jeff Austin. Then, everybodies’ favorite interplanetary adventurer, STORMY TEMPEST is back in “Flash From The Past”. Falsely branded as an outlaw in the 30th century, Space Patrol officers Carol and Tonga enlist the aide of a visiting dignitary (from the 20Th century), CAPTAIN FLASH to track down Stormy. And track her down he does, just in time to save her from the clutches of the evil LEATHERETTA, at the expense of several dozen alien cutthroats and murderers- but not before CF gathers the evidence that will exonerate Stormy. But how much good will that do Stormy when she finds herself stuck in the past? Story by Bossman Bill Black, with pencils by Riccardo Desini and inks by Jeff Austin. Next, it’s a story out of TARA FREMONT’S past as we see a college-age Tara don a mysterious disguise to save one of her father’s faltering businesses  in “Rally ‘Round The Flag”, written by Mark Holmes with art by John Sowder and Scott Shriver. Finally, an enigmatic magician seems to have coerced Ms. VICTORY into cooperating with him on some nefarious scheme in “Pas De Deux”, an intro to next issue’s lead feature, written by Chad Halcom anf illustrated by Francesco Savi.Who IS the mysterios RED MOON, and why would Ms. VICTORY choose to aide him?   rochcvrt But that does NOT signal the end of great story and art for FEMFORCE #170- not by a LONG shot- because if the reader will flip the book over and turn it upside down, they’ll find THE most exciting NEW character to debut in 2015, ROCHELLE The TEEN COCKROACH take her bows as a full-fledged, 23-page flip-book guest feature sharing FF #170!! Created by talented author John Crowther and illustrated by industry great Dell Barras, Rochelle Planeta is an ordinary American teenage girl- who happens to be infused with cockroach DNA! The surprising powers and abilities this genetic mix creates give her a leg up on her goal to “…Eliminate all forms of filth, corruption and vermin!” In this, her first in-print adventure anywhere- “Get Ready For A Mindcrash”- Rochelle must battle an inhuman creature INSIDE an online video game to free countless “kidnapped” youths. A new kind of superheroine- daringly different!! Story and script by John Crowther, with pencils, inks and letters(and flip-cover) by Dell Barras. That’s FEMFORCE#170/ROCHELLE THE TEEN COCKROACH#0, 80 pages of all-new, never-before-seen superheroine action at standard comic book size, in black and white with TWO full color covers (FEMFORCE on the front and ROCHELLE on the back, as the flip-cover) saddle-stitched .Released in 2015.

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FEMFORCE #169 IS NOW AVAILABLE!! The FF’s West Coast investigation into CenturyCorp seems stalled until CIANOSE DJABS’ secret ZOMBIE ARMY runs amuck!! Luckily, Ms. VICTORY, SYNN, TARA. SHE-CAT and STARDUST are on the scene to hold back the undead onslaught. But what of the personal agenda of UMBRA and her sister. MADAME BOA? And how will the Machiavellian vampire/sorceress (AND head of CenturyCorp) react when she THINKS the FF may be on to her? Find out in “She’s Not There”, the 25-page FF lead feature written by Mark Heike, with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. NIGHTVEIL goes to DARK DHAGOR to enlist the aide of her mentor, AZAGOTH in her twin searches for the CLOAK of DARKNESS and DAN BARTON, but finds her troubles are only beginning once she reaches the Dark World. The first chapter in a new NV saga, written by Stephanie Heike and illustrated by Dell Barras. Once back at FF headquarters after the CenturyCorp affair, STARDUST’S contemplative mood leads her to relate a dark event in her past (back on the planet Rur) to her teammates in “Eldorado”, written by Mark and Stephanie Heike, and illustrated by Paolo Bodini. Then, a long-forgotten face from SHE-CAT’S past returns to suddenly turn her world upside down in a story written and layed out by Stephanie Heike, with finished art by Jeff Austin. Finally, Ms. VICTORY returns home for a brief domestic interlude with her husband, Chuck (PARAGON) Starrett. Chuck thinks back on the events that occured during the airport parking structure collapse back in FF #167, and we finally learn the truth about RENEGADE. But -WILL Chuck tell Joan? Plus- a pair of great back-up features as GAMMAZON HOUSEWIFE is back in a new adventure facing off against the cockeyed villainy of PROM QUEEN , in “Pretender Queen”; written by Eric Johnson, penciled by Rock Baker and inked by Scott Shriver. Then, a return to the days of the Old West with The BLACK PHANTOM in “Wanted”. See the blonde former badhat use skill and wits to outduel a pair of murderous bounty-hunters in a gripping tale written by Mark Holmes, with pencils and inks by Scott Shriver. Cover art by Will Meugniot, and a special guest editorial by Rock Baker. FEMFORCE #169- 80 pages of all-new stories featuring everybodies’ favorite “good girl” art superheoines, the FEMFORCE!! Standard comic book size, black and white interiors with color covers, saddle-stitched for $9.95. Released in 2014.

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Femforce 168

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Femforce #168 is NOW AVAILABLE!! Those gorgeous lady defenders of justice get pulled into the dastardly double-cross plan of time-tossed voodoo master CIANOSE DJAB, and MS. VICTORY, SYNN, SHE-CAT TARA and DUSTY must fight for their lives against a zombie hoard on the streets of Los Angeles. See Ms. V and the rest of the FF go incognito and undercover! See villanesses UMBRA and MADAME BOA co-opted into a master plan TOO EVIL for even THEM!! All in “Up A Lazy River”, a feature-length FF lead story (and fist-half of a big two-parter that will conclude in FF #169) written by Mark & Stephanie Heike, penciled by Rock Baker and inked by Jeff Austin. Then NIGHTVEIL searches dimensions without end for both her lover Dan (The BLACK COMMANDO) Barton and her greatest source of arcane power, the Cloak of Darkness- to no avail. But she IS drawn to a bizarre scene of word destruction. Is it real, is it illusion or is it a strange proficy? Make your guess once you read “The Question”, written and penciled by Mark Heike, with inks by Scott Shriver. That reluctant heroine, YANKEE GIRL is back; in Merry Olde England on a commercial modelling job, where she runs afoul of a medevil magical monstrosity known as MORDEATH in “Queen For A Day”, scripted by Mark Holmes, penciled by Riccardo Desini, with ink finishes by Jeff Austin. STARDUST is back in solo action in the Great Northwest as her personal and professional lives come together to bring her into contact with one of Earth’s great natural mysteries in “Science Fantasy”, written by Mark Holmes, penciled by Riccardo Desini and inked by Jeff Austin and Scott Shriver. Then, it’s a blast from the past, as a great AC story that has been sold out and out-of-print for almost TWO decades is presented once again, “Kitten’s Nine Lives!” starring those Vault of Heroes favorites, CAT-MAN and KITTEN in the tale (originally published in the Cat-Man Ashcan #2 premium book) that explains how (and why) CAT-MAN’s partner The KITTEN changed from a pre-pubescent little girl to a physically mature woman without waiting ten years to grow up! written by Stephanie Sanderson (now Sanderson-Heike) and Bill (Bossman) Black, penciled by Stephanie and inked by Mark Heike. Finally, DINOSAUR GIRL returns in another story set in (or rather under) the war-torn oceans of World War Two. DinoGirl is called on to save a trapped submarine , in a very different kind of DG tale titled “Deadly Depths”, written and drawn by Rock Baker, with inks by Mark Dail. All totalled, it’s 80 pages of great “good girl” art and action in the AC Comics fashion, inside a smashing FF cover drawn by Will Meugniot. Balack and white interiors inside full-color covers; standard comic book size, saddle-stitched, for $9.95. Released in 2014

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Femforce 167

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FEMFORCE #167 IS NOW AVAILABLE!!! The long-absent NIGHTVEIL returns to the team, just long enough to reveal a new crisis- the disappearance of her Cloak of Darkness-before vanishing again herself, in a story titled “Roundabout”, written by Mark Heike, penciled by newcomer Jim Sullivan, with finished inking by Scott Shriver. The other wandering team member- SHE-CAT -likewise returns, and makes herself a bit more useful in a tense situation.  A mysterious and powerful stranger forces a dangerous stand-off at the Orlando International Airport, and the FEMFORCE race to the scene to deal with the emergency as best they can, in “Stuck In The Middle”, scripted by Mark Heike, penciled by Rock Baker and inked by Jeff Austin. Then, things turn strange in the 30th century as The BLACK COMMANDO is held captive by girl space pirates, while in the present, the villainous ALIZARIN CRIMSON uses dupes from the future to slip the bonds of her Altrannian prison in  the latest installment in the Adventures of Blackie and Bullets (guest-starring JET-GIRL) , “Future Shock”; written and inked by Bossman Bill Black, with pencils by Eric Coile. If you’ve been wondering what sort of things former military liason to the FF, ROBERTA STROCK has been doing since she was appointed to a cabinet position, read “Time To Take Strock”, illustrated by the FF lead art team of Baker and Austin, from a story by Mark Holmes. You can’t keep a good soldier down!! Next, everyone’s favorite reluctant superheroine YANKEE GIRL is forced to make a difficult decision in “Yankee Ingenuity”, written by Mark Holmes, pencilled by Riccardo Desini, and inked by the redoubtable Jeff Austin. Then, it’s a three-way blast from the past with a trio of never-before-seen “retro” adventures. First, we go back to 1956, for a rare solo story starring one-time FF member The BLONDE BOMBER.  BB finds herself mixed up (in more than one way) with illegal arms dealing and third-world freedom fighters while vacationing in Spain in “Busman’s Holiday”; scripted by Mark Heike, penciled by Manuel Diaz, and inked by Scott Shriver.  Then, in 1948, Miss(the future Ms.)Victory is forced to confront a former Russian ally during the Berlin airlift in “No Substitute For Victory”, written by Mark Holmes, with art by Scott Larson and Jeff Austin. Finally, back during the war-torn years of the early 1940’s, DINOSAUR GIRL  must team up with a half-dozen other costumed operatives to deal with submarines and giant marine demons while breaking up an enemy plot to mine the dangerous ore that gave Vivian Strand the awesome size-changing powers in “The Menace With Eight Arms”, written and drawn by Rock Baker, and inked by Mark Dail. All this plus a special text tribute to the late, great former FEMFORCE artist Dick Ayers by head honcho Bill Black. That’s 80 pages of all-new FEMFORCE-related stories and art by your favorite AC Comics creators, in standard comic book size, black and white interiors with full-color covers, saddle-stitched for $9.95; available for sale RIGHT NOW in the accomics.com webstore. If you buy it right now, you’ll get the versiion with the spectacular Will Meugniot SHE-CAT cover. IF you had preordered your copy through Diamond Previews at your local reatilers, you might have received a copy with the stupendous SHE-CAT and NIGHTVEIL alternate cover, illustrated by Stephanie and Mark Heike and Jeff Austin, and shipped in a 4:1 ratio with the standard Meugniot cover art. But if you hadn’t pre-ordered, its too late to get the alternate now!!

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Femforce #166 is now available!! A simple trip to feed NIGHTVEIL’s cat turns into an
extradimemsional battle for SYNN when a trap set for one heroine actually nets the other, in “Cat And Mouse”, featuring the return of the villainous VIVARNA!! Then, the story you
thought you’d NEVER see- “She-Cat Goes To Prison”, penciled by great new Spanish sensation Manuel Diaz. Cellblocks brimming with rioting thieves and murderers are NOTHING compared to the REAL danger ‘Cat discovers in the basement of the ‘State Pen! It’s a lucky thing that Ms. VICTORY was in the area when a
touring mini-sub ends up at the mercy of a giant squid in “Pump It Up”. While plans
are made to start the investigation back at FFHQ, we finally get a peek inside the headquarters of Century International as the master plan of WAMPYR and CIANOSE DJAB begins to unfold. SYNN makes an encore performance, teamed with a heroine from AC’s past in “Just Synn Time”, and we return to the mysterious Dawn World for a second helping of SHE-CAT solo this go-around as we come to the stunning
conclusion of last issue’s flashback adventure with CAVE GIRL and THUNDA. Then- NIGHTVEIL RETURNS!! But, will she be the same heroine that left? And, back in the 1940’s, DINOSAUR GIRL must contend with an entire island of feral, savage giantesses in “Found World”. Get set for thrills, fun and excitement with
stories and art by the usual cast of characters-Bill Black, Mark and Stephanie Heike, Eric Coile, Mark Holmes, Rock Baker, Scott Larson, Manuel Diaz, Riccardo Desini, Jeff Austin, Scott Shriver, and Mark Dail. All this behind a spectacular group-action cover drawn and
colored by comics/animation sensation WILL MEUGNIOT!! Released in 2013.

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Femforce #165

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FEMFORCE #165 is NOW AVAILABLE!! The FEMFORCE rarely deals in “all-out action issues”, but this edition of our long-running FF series heads in that direction, as one-time FF member, sometimes- villainess and daughter of team leader MS. VICTOR, RAD finds herself accidentally pulled into the long-running WAMPYR/CIANOSE DJAB storyline while trying to be a responsible “good samaratin”. One thing leads to another, and before you know it, she’s in a donnybrooke with most of the FEMFORCE team, in “Hello, It’s Me”, plotted and penciled by Rock Baker, story and script by Mark Heike, and spectacular ink finishes by Jeff Austin. Meanwhile, SHE-CAT; STILL trying to avoid the ire of Ms. VICTORY over SYNN’s romp on the West Coast in FF #163, is still away from the team, remembering back on a solo mission she went on some months back in the mysterious region known as The Dawn World. There ‘Cat had to contend with both prehistoric and antidelluvian menaces AND the cat-diety known as BAST .See the savage SHE-CAT forced by Sekhmet to retrurn to her ferile roots. Everyone’s favorite reluctant superheroine YANKEE GIRL returns in another all-new adventure. A Rocky Mountain retreat turns into an encounter with other-worldy visitors wherin YG lears the truth of that old adage -size matters!! “Invasion!” is written by Frank Tra, drawn by newcomer Riccardo Dessini, and awesomely inked by the great Jeff Austin. After last issue’s short “teaser”, interplanetary trouble-shooter STORMY TEMPEST is back, in a feature-length story that harkens to her live-action, Galaxy International/CultRetro video adventures. STORMY and S.H.I.P. must save a sentient alien race from the intergalactic threat known as- The SWARM!! Written by Frank Tra, it is illustrated by the team of Rock Baker and Scott Shriver. Finally, that gentle giantess of the middle ages that never was- ROWENA- is back!! When a disreputable wizard convinces Row’s sister-in-law that the ONLY way to cure her recurring nightmare is to become a giantess herself, all hell breaks loose (in hilarious fashion) in Appleton!!Art by another great newcomer, penciler Seth Bunke- and inks by returning sophmore sensation,inker Mark Dail!! As always, FF #165 is a full eighty pages of all-new, never-before-seen “good girl”/action art and story in standard comic book size. Full color cover, black and white interiors, saddle-stitched, for $9.95.  Femforce 165 John Nadeau Stormy Tempest alternate cover art We are sold out of the FF #165  standard Eric Coile-d we ONLY have the special Stormy Tempest Variant cover by John Nadeau left. Released in 2013.

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Femforce 164

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THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!! The FEMFORCE have faced many threats over the past two decades, and perhaps the most difficult to vanquish are those who attempt to play out their maleavalence within the boundaries of the law- and this issue, the FF (In the form of MS. VICTORY, SYNN and TARA) must parry with an old nemesis seeking to use the FF for his own gain. A solo covert mission turns to high-speed action for SHE-CAT as she fights to smash an underground organization bent on death and destruction, and super-scientist STARDUST ends up dealing with demonic manifestations in a pinch when forced to substitute for NIGHTVEIL, still on hiatus with her love interest, the recently-returned BLACK COMMANDO, as NV and BC are off for an extended session of R &R, which will eventually lead the pair into unexpected danger. In the conclusion of Eric Coile’s 1950’s-era retro FF story, the Eisenhower-era FF (Miss Victory, She-Cat, Blue Bulleteer and Rio Tita) team up with Fighting Yank, Yankee Girl and The Avenger to finally give the villainous Red Square his comuppance- but not before they must face the emerald threat of MEGALODONNA!! Guest-stars include YANKEE GIRL, whose accidental time-trip puts her in the right place at the right time to save the life of Merlin in “A Yankee In King Arthur’s Court”; STORMY TEMPEST, as she faces dwarf-sized cannibals and giant Amazon warriors in outer space in “These Boots Are Made For Walking”; DINOSAUR GIRL in the 1940’s-era adventure “The Thing With Two Heads’, and an encore presentation of MISS MASQUE in “The Funny Face Of Death”. Art by Eric Coile, ChrisAllen, Rock Baker, Scott Larson, Mark Heike, Stephanie Heike, Jeff Austin, Scott Shriver, Bill Black, and Mark Dail; stories by Bill Black, Mark & Stephanie Heike, Eric Coile, Mark Holmes, Frank Tra, David Watkins and Stephane Durand.84 pages in black and white with color covers; standard comic book size, saddle-stitched. Released in 2013.

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Femforce 163

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THIS BOOK IS NOW SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! The latest issue of comicdom’s premiere superheroine group book is here, chock full of new stories!! As the FF basks in the glow of happiness from last issues’ reunion between NIGHTVEIL and her long-lost love, The BLACK COMMANDO; evil machinations are afoot on the West Coast. While both NV and Ms VICTORY are absent, SYNN makes a rash decision to act on an apparent monster attack in Hollywwod. SHE-CAT, TARA and STARDUST are pulled in after her, and what LOOKS like an incident caused by two villans out of the FF’s past is ACTUALLY the work of two very new malafactors, in “I Put A Spell On You”, Written by Mark & Stephanie Heike, penciled by Rock Baker and inked by Mark Heike. Then we pick up with Ms. VICTORY in Japan, of all places. While investigating a tip there on the troublesome RENEGADE, Joan finds herself embroiled in a conflict with members of a Japanese super-science defense league. It’s giant robots, oriental masterminds and Asian warrior girls galore, in “V Is For Victory”, written by Mark Holmes and illustrated by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. Then, take a trip back to 1956 when the FF team up with YANKEE GIRL and The FIGHTING YANK to face off against a near world-shattering menace created by the evil RED SQUARE, in “The Coming of Megaladonna”; written and drawn by Eric Coile, with inks by Bill Black. Next, TARA FREMONT tells the rest of the FF a tale of jungle(?) adventure and intrigue from her college days in “A Jungle Girl In Jersey”, written by Mark Holmes, with art by Scott Larson and Scott Shriver. Then, an untold tale out of the 1947 volume of the casebook of The BLUE BULLETEER; “Noir”. BB shadows a doppleganger in an unlikely locale to smoke out a killer, and ends up bagging two in the bargain. Written by Mara Grundmeyer and Mark S. Dail, with art by Eric Theriault, Mark Heike and Scott Shriver. Finally, a double-dose of alien giantess excitement with TWO episodes of the GAMMAZON HOUSEWIFE saga. First, Gammazonian giantess emigree Kar’Ri Conquest risks life, love and home against a group of former government elite troops gone renegade in “Alien Combatant”, written by Eric Johnson with art by Dan Gorman and Jeff Austin. It guest-stars SYNN, STARDUST and ROBERTA STROCK. Then, in “Living Like A Queen”; old Gammazonian cohorts invade Kar’Ri and Tom’s quiet suburban neighborhood for a showdown in a tale co-starring  the FF’s own TARA (“Too Tall”) FREMONT!! FF #163 is 84 pages of action, adventure, glamor and excitement. Released in 2013.

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Femforce 162

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SPECTACULAR PAINTED COVER BY BRAD GORBY!!

It’s here- the big 30Th Birthday of AC Comics’ issue of FEMFORCE; FF #162!! And we’re celebrating with exactly what our readers love the best- wall-to-wall story and art starring AC’s classic “good girls” and their extended cast of supporting characters!! To start the book, AC head honcho (and creator of it all) BILL BLACK returns to pen the senses- shattering epic titled “The Commandoes Are Coming!” See NIGHTVEIL attacked in her lingerie!! See an old nemesis threaten the team!! See Laura Wright FINALLY reunited with her long-lost love, the BLACK COMMANDO!! See a piece of an alien planet, light-years away, transported to Earth!! See the return of NIKKI LATIMER!! And see the shadow of supreme evil hover over it all, in the start of an epic new chapter in FF history! Starring Ms. VICTORY, SYNN, NIGHTVEIL, SHE-CAT, STARDUST and TARA! Penciled by Eric Coile, and inked by Wild Bill Black himself, aided by Scott Shriver!. And as even as the girls deal with these dangers out of the past, Ms. V’s wayward daughter RAD strikes!! And when she does, it’s up to PARAGON (“Mr. Victory”), The SCARLET SCORPION and COMMANDO D to rein her in as she goes on a rampage over Downtown Orlando. You can be sure that thje result is a knock-down, drag-out donneybrook, but the REAL haymaker is tossed by tiny MYLA CHANG, leaving RAD and PARAGON to speculate on just HOW RAD came to exist, and what it may mean to Ms. VICTORY, in “Golden Years”, written by Mark Heike, with pencils by Rock Baker and Heike, and ink finishes by the great Jeff Austin. Next, the team-up you never thought possible, as NIGHTVEIL and The BLUE BULLETEER must work together to vanquish “The Terror That Time Forgot!” Coming to AC from the world of animation, triple-threat creator Andre St. Amour writes, draws and even letters an instant classic that will have you pondering the nature of time itself. Wait until you see Andre’s fresh and dynamic “take” on the AC/FEMFORCE universe! After that, the trip through time and alternate realities continues with the conclusion of “Team Paragon”!! See the startllng conclusion of the tale writer/penciler Eric Coile started last issue, as the Pre-AC/Paragon Publications versions of CAPTAIN PARAGON, SYNN, Dr. MARA and SCARLET SCPRPION band together to fend off the attack of the STEEL CLAW and his fearsome minions!! A satisfying resolution to this fascinating”elseworlds”-style take on what the AC Universe MIGHT have been like, had it continued as the PARAGON Universe instead. Inked by the man who created BOTH versions, AC’s own multitalented head man, Bill Black himself!! Then, sojourn on into the year 1970, for the conclusion of the FEMFORCE flashback tale set against the backdrop of the Viet Nam conflict that began in FF #161 with “Tin Soldiers”. The FF return from a goodwill tour of Southeast Asia to find tradgedy on a college campus in Middle America. While the rest of the team ponders semingly unsolveable conflicts, SYNN finds a unique solution, to ending tensions. Written by Erik Matthews, with pencils by Eric Coile and inks by Scott Shriver; and guest-starring The BLONDE BOMBER, RIO RITA, CAPTAIN PARAGON, and the corpse of Ho Ci Minh. Finally, it’s the snarling SHE-CAT in contemporary battlefield action as she fights alongside US military forces in the Middle East to stop two new villanesses in “Nosey”, scripted by Mark Holmes, with art by Andre St. Amour. Eighty pages of all-new, never-before-seen graphic storytelling done in the style AC readers have come to love over the past three decades. Standard comic book size, black and white interiors with color covers, saddle-stitched. It’s sure to sell out fast- get your copy NOW!! In fact, as a special anniversary treat, every copy of FF #162 purchased on the AC web shop before March 1st, 2013 will be autographed by Bill Black and Mark Heike at no additional cost!

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Femforce 161

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Things have been too quiet for the FEMFORCE for too long. Why, it’s been SO long between threats to the world as we know it, that the team members have been able to take some time off. But the holiday is over, and now it’s time to get back to work. And once those “What I Did On My Summer Vacation” essays are written, the order of the day for those glamorous super-gals MS. VICTORY, NIGHTVEIL, SHE-CAT, SYNN, STARDUST and TARA is to find that mysterious trouble-maker from a few years back known as RENEGADE. This seems straightforward enough, until that unpredictable wild card known as RAD gets pulled into the mix. Then, you never know what you might end up finding when you go digging around in other people’s genes. It’s old faces in new places, the crank-up of a couple of new storylines, guest-stars, mystery, revelations, laughs, and even some action in “Hot Fun In The Summertime”, written by Mark Heike; with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. Then, the long-talked-about vampiric villainess WAMPYR finally surfaces to start her plan for global domination- in a very different place- and in a very different way than you would ever imagine. And is the shadowy figure who seems to know her a threat or an aid to her master plan? Find out in “See No Evil”; scripted and inked by Mark Heike, with pencils by Eric Coile. Next, it’s SYNN going undercover at the Orlando Municipal Library to ferret out an otherworldly threat in “Book ‘Em, Synn”, written by Mark Holmes, with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. After that, we dig back into the casebook of untold stories out of the FF’s past. It’s the summer of 1970, in the steaming jungles of Southeast Asia, and the US military “Welcomes The Femforce”, in a very offbeat tale written by Erik Matthews ( Because Steven Stills, Roger McGuinn and Eric Burdon were unavailable), drawn by (ex-serviceman) Eric Coile, and inked by Scatt Shriver (because he’s a really good inker). But that’s not all. This issue also features ” The Iron Claw of Fear”, starring TEAM PARAGON, in an “elseworlds” type of story postulating ” what if the AC Comics Universe never existed, and Bill Black’s original Paragon Publications line had continued telling stories?” It’s a team up of the ORIGINAL Paragon versions of four AC characters; “Captain” Paragon, Silva Synn, “The Girl From LSD”, alien female powerhouse “Dr Mara” and a very different Scarlet Scorpion. They face the threat of the villain known as The Iron Claw in a story that builds on continuity from the old Paragon Publications line. (Most recently seen reprised in this year’s “Bizarre Thrills: The Paragon Publications Story” TPB.) Written, penciled and inked by that creative dynamo, Eric Coile. Also- ROWENA, the gentle giantess of the Middle Ages is back, facing new danger from that necromancing nincompoop Deoban in “Doppleganger”, written by Eric Lindberg, with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. Finally, this jam-packed issue closes with the latest saga of DINOSAUR GIRL. It is still the early 1940’s; the dark hours of World War II. But this issue Vivian( DINISAUR GIRL) Strand and her husband Rex are stateside, enjoying a little West-Coast R&R; but things take a horrible turn when they decide to spend “A Day At The Zoo.” Written and drawn by Rock Baker, with ink finishes by Jeff Austin. Once again, it’s 80 pages of brand-new, never-before-seen comics thrills, adventure and cheesecake, in the BEST value in comicdom, Femforce #161. Black and white interiors with full-color covers; 80 total pages, saddle-stitched, standard comic book size- NO ADS!! Released by AC Comics in 2012. (And get ready for FF #162, coming in Januaty, 2013!! A special 30th birthday of AC Comics issue with lots of extras and surprises!! More details on it in the editorial in this issue.)

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Femforce 160

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Solo adventures are the order of the day in the latest big, 80-page issue of FEMFORCE; #160. In a period of rare calm between universe-shattering emergencies, the various members of the FF are following their own interests and fending for themselves- in this era and others!! In the present, SHE-CAT heads to New Orleans for a few days of revelry, but is soon pulled into a macabre murder mystery in “Trail of the Velvet Ghost”, written by Frank Tra, with art by Eric Coile and Scott Shriver. Check out this spooky new villainess! Then, STARDUST is up in Earth orbit, doing a favor for her NASA co-workers when she ends up fighting for her life on the “Satellite of Hate”. Written by Eric Johnson, with art by Chris Allen and Scott Shriver. SYNN ends up in a impossible adventure (with tons of guest-stars and the “return” of an old flame? ) in “Perfect Gentleman”, written by Frank Tra, with art by Rock Baker, Scott Shriver and Jeff Austin; and NIGHTVEIL continues to fret about the possible threat of the evil Wampyr in “Palindrome”, written by Mark Heike- with art by Anthony Conversano, Mark Sheppe, Scott Shriver and Mark Heike. Has another strange visitor given NV a clue to Wampyr’s next move? Then, in a previously-untold story from 1941 (actually BEFORE the formation of the FF), young government research director Joan Wayne dons the red, white and blue costume of “MISS” Victory to face the threat of “The Master of the Lightning”, in one of her earliest cases; as written by David Watkins, with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. Next, it’s the Post-War year of 1947, as BLUE BULLETEER finds herself tangled up in gangland murder in “Trophy Wife Scorned”, written by Maura Grundmeyer, with art by Scott Larson and Jeff Austin. (This tale is actually a reprint, having appeared some years ago as a back-up in GREEN LAMA #2. It’s some excellent work by Maura, Scott and Jeff; not seen by many FF readers previously, and establishes some back-story for an all-new sequel that is currently being drawn for an upcoming issue.) Then, back in the present; that goofy, gorgeous giantess Marla Allison returns as HUMONGA in “Growing For The Gold”. Peeved that her Hollywood career never rated an Academy Award, Marla and her staff concoct a plan to try to manipulate the Tinsel Town system to get an Oscar-night victory. Written by Eric Johnson, with art by Dan Gorman and Jeff Austin. Finally, an encore STARDUST story, relating back to her Rurian birthing day ceremony, last seen back in FF #26. Dusty THINKS she’s all alone on Earth’s moon, but troublemakers (with a cellphone camera) abound in “Stardust Memories: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly”, plotted by John Gotschall and Rock Baker; penciled by Rock Baker, with script (yes, that’s right- SCRIPT) and inks by Jolly Jeff Austin. Never before have we had as many pages of actual FEMFORCE story and art in a regular issue of the ongoing FF series as in THIS one!! No ads, no editorials- just 100% great “good girl” art comics!Standard comic book size; 80 pages, black & white interiors with color cover by the late, great Eduardo Barreto. Saddle- stitched. Released in 2012.

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Femforce 159

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A supernatural malevolence looms over the FEMFORCE, so when word of strange goings-on in a French castle reaches the FF, Nightveil urges the team to investigate. It’s not the threat NV fears, but Gallic ghosts and continental criminals team up to give Ms. VICTORY, NIGHTVEIL, TARA and SHE-CAT all they can handle in “Thje House of Lost Souls”, a three-part feature written by Chad Halcom and illustrated by Eric Coile, Rock Baker, Frankie Addiego, Scott Shriver and Jeff Austin. Then, a little vacation down-time in the Pacific for Ms. V and PARAGON reintroduces BLACK VENUS to AC continuity. The black-clad WWII aviatrix flies back into action (vintage P-38 and all) to save a Navy pilot from a crazed German cyborg known as The Gryphon bent on destroying Honolulu as the “last battle of World War II”. Written by new literary sensation Frank Tra, with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. Next, the latest installment of writer/artist Will Meugniot’s N.E.D.O.R. Agents saga sees second-generation heroine PYROGIRL trapped on the Moon in the stronghold of a hostile alien force and the rest of the ‘Agents Earthbound with questionable experimental technology their only hope to reach her. Meanwhile, FIGHTING YANK, Jr. feuds with her spectral ancestor AND her mother, the space-pirate from the future(?) known as Tara. And what’s up with The BLACK TERROR and his feral obsession with ALL the female ‘Agents? More action and intrigue in the world of a fictional 1965 by Meugniot the Master. The conclusion to the longest DINOSAUR GIRL adventure ever ends in satisfying crescendo as DG, The distaff Euroteam known as The War Birds and husband Rex team up stave off an Axis push to control the island where DG gained her powers in a World War II action epic entitled “Fortunes of War, Part II”. Written and drawn by Rock Baker, with ink finishes by Madman Jeff Austin. FANTASIA, the 1-900-GIANTESS heroine returns to face her hostile former boyfriend (who gave her the magical shape-shifting ring that gives her those unique powers) in “Not A Gentelman Caller”; written by creator Eric Johnson, with art by Eric Alan Nelson and Scott Shriver. Finally, ROWENA, the gentle giantess of the Middle Ages is back, hoping to make peace between her “normal-sized” husband’s family and her own economy-sized “little sister” Melina when highjinks ensue. Scripted by Eric Lindberg, with art by the team of Rock Baker and Scott Shriver. Add it all up and it come to 80 pages of all-new, never-before-seen story and art in the BEST value package of “good girl” art in the history of comics; FEMFORCE #159. Standard comic book size, black & white interiors with full color covers, saddle-stitched. Released in 2012.

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Bizarre Thrills: The Paragon Publications Story Vol. 1

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LAST THREE COPIES AVAILABLE!! This is it- the “non-AC” book that AC Comics fans have been waiting almost three decades for !! If you read & enjoy AC Comics, you’ll want to have this book to understand where it all comes from. In an era before the independent, direct-sales comic book distribution system existed, Bill Black created a line of comic-book style periodicals that incorporated the idea of design and featured his own original characters in ongoing, interconnected stories- a comics universe. No, this was NOT AC Comics; this came before that. This was Bill’s legendary PARAGON PUBLICATIONS. Between 1968 and 1982, PARAGON released more than 40 publications, fueled not only by Bill’s tasteful sense of visuals and impactful storytelling, but also a healthy dose of something woefully rare in the mainstream comics of the day, and that is STRONG FEMALE CHARACTERS, styled with Bill’s fascination for the glamorous “good girl art” comic books of the 1940’s. That creative vision must’ve been well-realized, since many of those characters are still appearing today in the AC Comics line; in FEMFORCE and elsewhere. This volume collects some of the BEST of the PARAGON material; 21 full vintage stories in all, starring the likes of SYNN(when she was still referred to as The Girl From LSD), The SHADE (his ORIGINAL origin), TARA, STORMY TEMPEST, NIGHTVEIL(at a point that she was being referred to as “Phantom Lady”), The (original) SCARLET SCORPION, the prototype for STARDUST; the villainous ALIZARIN CRIMSON, Dr. RIVITS, No-NOSE NANETTE and GORGANNA- plus a number of great characters you may never have heard of, including The STARMASTERS, The DEFENDER and SPACE GUARDIAN. See the origins of SYNN and the SCARLET SCORPION, AND THE FIRST FEMFORCE story ever published anywhere!! Although Bill did the writing and art on virtually EVERY story in the PARAGON era, he occasionally had “a little help from his friends” in terms of collaborators like Martin Greim, Bob Cosgrove, Gary Brown, Marc Hempel( and if you’re familiar with his current art style, you’d NEVER recognize him here!!) Willie Blyberg and Steve Vance. Also, pin-ups by the likes of Terry Austin, John Byrne, Howard Chaykin, Dick Giordano, Mike Golden, Gil Kane, Bob McLeod, Don Newton, George Perez, Mike Royer, Bill Sienkiewicz, Alex Toth and Mike Zeck fill out the book, all behind a striking Joe Staton- Bill Black color cover. In addition, Bill provides a complete PARAGON PUBLICATIONS index, an overview to how it all ran, notes and history; plus comments from fans/readers of the day. Most of this material has been unseen anywhere for more than three decades. When the PARAGON books were originally circulated as a mail-order product sold through fanzine ads, they sold a ridiculously high number of copies-in some cases, more than a number of mainstream books sell today. Whoever bought the magazines back then must have liked them, since despite the fact that they sold in high volume, very few copies find their way onto the collector’s market; hence the inflated prices when they DO show up. Among regular AC fans and readers, few things have garnered more requests than a reprinting of the classic vintage material in this book. But that’s not all!! When Bill started AC Comics at the tail-end of 1982, virtually all of the PARAGON plotlines were “left hanging” and unfinished- even those relating to characters that showed up in AC continuity virtually untouched. This always bothered the Wild One, so especially for this volume, Bill teamed up with ace penciler Eric Coile to produce an ALL NEW, NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN 23-page story involving STARDUST, SYNN and the rest of the FEMFORCE in a contemporary tale that actually RESOLVES all of those old plotlines today!! A 2012-era PARAGON adventure!! Who else but Bill Black would take the time and effort to finish up stories more than thirty years old? As a personal aside, the PARAGON line is what inspired ME to attempt a career illustrating comics. Despite it’s long & successful run, AC Comics itself has never really lived up to the PARAGON standard, as none of us other than Bill ever REALLY got it right .The day-to-day demands of keeping a growing company running forced Bill to give up a major creative hand early on, leaving AC art & writing to us lesser lights. Get this book and see what AC should’ve been, had we all had the talent & vision of Bill Black. BIZARRE THRILLS: The PARAGON PUBLICATIONS story Volume One is 260 pages in black & white at 81/2″ X 11″ magazine size, with color covers and perfect-bound TPB binding. It was released in 2012.

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Femforce 158 LAST COPY LEFT!!

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ONLY ONE COPY LEFT IN STOCK!! Bigger and better than ever, this issue features 87 PAGES OF ALL-NEW, NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN story and art!! Beyond John Nadeau’s breathtaking digitally-painted cover, you’ll read the stunning conclusion to the long-running “Living In Synn” storyline, in a 24-page lead feature written by Mark Heike, with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. Learn the REAL reason behind Synn’s loss of control, and see MS. VICTORY, STARDUST and NIGHTVEIL shrink to microscopic size to deal with it. You MAY be shocked to learn the cause of it all, and who saves the day in the end!! Then, it’s STORMY TEMPEST in the far-flung future, in the conclusion of the two-part adventure started in FF #156. It’s “A Big Hand For The Little Lady”, written by Bill Black, with art by Eric Coile and Scott Shriver. Intergalactic bounty hunter Clayton the Sleeper finally gets his! And in the aftermath of Synn’s rescue, NIGHTVEIL returns to her Everglades sanctum. Unable to leave well enough alone, her mystical meddling brings our world a new meanace, WAMPYR, the vampire sorceress, in “The Best of Intentions”, with a script by Mark Heike, and art by the team of Baker and Austin. And if ONE STORMY TEMPEST story in this issue was not enough, here’s another!! “Time Grows Short” wraps up the serial adventures of STORMY in the present-time, as written by Len Strazewski, with art by Scott Larson and Jeff Austin. Next, the quiet between cosmic adventures is no respit for TARA FREMONT, as she runs afoul of that giant-sized bad girl Marla(HUMONGA)Allison in “Big Temper”, written by Eric Johnson, pencilled by Dan Gorman and inked by Jeff Austin. Then, return to the war-torn days of the early 1940’s as DINOSAUR GIRL and her allies The War Birds must deal with a new threat to the Allied forces- giant prehistoric reptiles, in “Priorities Of War”, the 17-page first-half of an epic tale written and drawn by Rock Baker, with inks by Scott Shriver. And last- but certainly NOT least, Will Meugniot’s smash hit N.E.D.O.R. AGENTS series is back with it’s latest installment, “Lunar Trap For Pyrogirl”. With the ‘lectrical lass headed for the moon straight into an alien ambush, how can the rest of her teammates save her back in 1965? You’ll have to read the story to find out!! Written, penciled and inked by creator Will Meugniot, of course. BONUS- this issue features the first-ever cover appearance of the N.E.D.O.R. AGENTS, as the NA feature is being run as a flip-book with FEMFORCE, the back cover being N.E.D.O.R. AGENTS #0!! Seven stories in all- no ads OR reprints!! Standard comic book size, 92 pages, color covers with black and white interiors; saddle-stitched. Released in 2012.

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Femforce 157

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Another superb cover by Will Meugniot!! With Synn’s reality-warping powers seemingly out of control, the FEMFORCE have taken her to The Colorado Project for a medical intervention. But it’s not always wise to leave your health in the hands of a doctor who comes from another planet, with a couple of assistants who happen to be giantesses. The therapy they concoct is definitely “outside of the box”! PARAGON’S sightlessness becomes ever more puzzling, NIGHTVEIL is barred from using her magic, and SHE-CAT goes looking for a mysterious person out of her past, only to end up tangling with ATOMAN, CARBONATOR and SPEEDBOLT of the doltish JUSTICE SQUAD. Meanwhile, SYNN just mopes and waits for whatever is going to happen to happen. All this and more in “Living In Synn, Part 1”- plot by Stephanie and Mark Heike (with a script by Mark Heike), pencils by Chris Allen and Rock Baker, and inks by Jeff Austin.Then- hang onto your hats for the first full-length adventure with the GREATEST new super-team series since…well, since The FEMFORCE was created!! Make way for the New Earth Defense Organization Reserve- N.E.D.O.R. Agents!! In an alternate version of Earth (as is told in this tale narrated by the FF’s NIGHTVEIL)), it’s 1965, and a group of super-powered champions (based on the characters from the long-defunct Standard/Nedor/Better publishing group of the 1940’s ) has spent 20 years in readness for a terrible event, which now is almost upon them. World War II veteran heroes Black Terror, Fighting Yank, American Eagle, Doc Strange, Liberator, Woman In Red, The Grim Reaper, Commando Cubs, American Crusader, Tygra, Princess Pantha and Miss Masque are joined by second-generation heroines (and uber-babes) Candi Future, Pyrogirl and Fighting Tank, Jr.as they learn the truth about what REALLY threatens the world in “Everlasting Battle” a 25-page retro-revisionist epic that’s fast-moving, sexy and action-packed. Created, written and drawn by WILL MEUGNIOT, the feature that we teased in FF #156 kicks into high-gear this issue- and will be soaring to even greater glories in FF #158!! Plus- N.E.D.O.R. Agents pin-ups by Rick Hoberg, Gerry Acerno and Keith Tucker, AND info on a special original art contest giveaway by Will himself! Then, flip the book over, turn it upside down and check out GARGANTARAMA- The COMIC BOOK #20, this issue’s FF flip-book feature focussing (as always) on gorgeous GIANT WOMEN!! Cover feature DINOSAUR GIRL faces off with an Asian giantess determined to swing World War II in favor of the Axis by controlling the Pacific Theatre. If she can prevail against DG, there well may be more titanic distaff terrors created from the “Blood Of The Giantess”; a 17-page battle royale written and drawn by Rock Baker, with ink embellishment by Jeff Austin. Then, turn the clock back to the Middle Ages that never were for another wacky adventure with ROWENA, the gentle giantess. An extreme cold snap turns out to be the work of CRYONIA, another visiting giantess- and ROWENA must find a way to convince her to move on before she and her human-sized charges become icicles. Written by Eric Lindberg, penciled by Rock Baker and inked by Jeff Austin. In total, 84 pages of all-new, never-before-seen story and art- black & white interiors with full color covers. Still the best value in comicdom!!

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Perhaps THE most-awaited issue of FEMFORCE in years!! NOW it can be told- the true events that led to SYNN’S exile into the Limbo Void decades ago. As NIGHTVEIL frets over SYNN’S spiralling-out-of-control powers, she thinks back to similar circumstances early in SYNN’S FF career, and we finally learn the truth about that incident in “The Lady Who Said She Could Fly”, a 21-page comic novella written by Stephanie S. Heike and penciled and inked by guest-artist extraordinare, WILL MEUGNIOT!! See Synn go-go dancing at Club Paragon! See guest-star BLONDE BOMBER!! See the FF dropped into Leningrad, Russia at the height of the Cold War!!! See a power-mad “freedom fighter” make a hellish alliance with monsters from another dimension!!! See the awful aftermath of an inexperiened SYNN’S attempt to “fix” everything in one fell swoop!! And see some of THE sexiest females ever to have graced the pages of FF as rendered by comics great turned animation master Will Meugniot !! Then, while NIGHTVEIL ruminates on the past, giant-sized jungle girl TARA FREMONT fights to save her best friend Janis Lawson in the present, kidnapped in the mysterious land of Taragonia, in “Jungle Triangle”, a 21-page co-lead feature written by e. t. Dollman, with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. Then STORMY TEMPEST is back- but in the first installment of a whole NEW ST series penciled by another old FF great, Eric Coile; and written & inked by none other than WILD BILL BLACK himself!! That’s right, the ol’ head honcho is back in the saddle again on the creative side of the comic book, helming an ST backup series designed to more closely mirror the STORMY live-action video movies he’s been producing. See STORMY here meet up with Clayton the Sleeper in “Wanted: Dead or Alive!!” But wait- there’s MORE !! Check out the 3-page teaser for a stunning NEW SERIES set for a full-length intro in FF #157: written & drawn by Will Meugniot, it’s N.E.D.O.R. Agents; a great new “alternate universe”superhero team concept putting the Standard/Nedor heroes (of the 1940′s) together on a crimefighting team in 1965!! Miss Masque, Black Terror, Pyroman, PyroGIRL (yes, you read that right) Fighting Yank, American Crusader and others team up to fight- well, you’ll learn WHO they will be fighting next issue!! But that’s not all! A flip of the wrist to turn over and invert the book, and voila- you’ve got GARGANTARAMA- THE COMIC BOOK #19!!! Beyond a great GTS cover drawn by Stephanie and Mark Heike, you’ll find a double-length DINOSAUR GIRL episode wherin DinoGirl battles her own doppleganger in “Mirror Image”, written & drawn by Rock Baker, with inks by Mark Heike, followed by the return of the towering GAMMAZON HOUSEWIFE in “Maternal Insticts”, written by Eric Johnson, penciled by yet ANOTHER old-time AC great- Chris Allen, and inked by contemporary AC great Jeff Austin. What happens when a giant-sized Gammazon marries a normal human male? Eventually, their is a baby. See what that portends in THIS universe!! Finally, the latest installment in the saga of ROWENA, gentle giantess of the Middle Ages-” The Goblin’s Army”, written by creator Eric Lindberg, penciled by Rock Baker and inked by Paul Wills.More than 80 PAGES of all-new, never-before seen material throughout !!Standard comic- book size, black & white interiors with full color covers. Printed in 2011.( Please note, this book has EXACTLY the same contents as Gargantarama #19.)

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This issue,you’ll learn strange new facts relating to Synn’s ever-increasing loss of control, and what the FF may have to do about it, in a story titled “Illusions In G-Major” (guest-starring PARAGON), with script & art by Mark & Stephanie Heike. Then, find out what CAT-MAN and KITTEN did for their anniversary celebration when the US Government WOULDN’T let them use the Time Triangle to go back to 1947 in “Kitten’s Biggest Adventure”, by Rock Baker & Jeff Austin. Next, it’s a previously-untold wartime exploit starring YANKEE GIRL (guest-featuring LADY FAIRPLAY and a NEW heroine, FREEDOM GALE), “The Menace of Baroness Von Schreck”!! See why the death of Hitler might NOT have ended the Axis menace in WWII- if not for YG and friends. Plotted & layed out by Gianluca Ceritelli, Scripted by Eric Johnson, with finished art by Jeff Austin. Then, the latest installment in the ongoing saga of the time-tossed adventuress STORMY TEMPEST, as an old friend from the future returns as a menace in our present in a story written by Len Strazewski, and illustrated by Scott Larson. Then, flip the book over, turn it upside down and read GARGANTARAMA-THE COMIC BOOK #18!! In this big issue, DINOSAUR GIRL stars in a double-length WWII blockbuster, “The Last Giantess”, which introduces a “new” retro all-girl team The War Birds!! Written & drawn by Rock Baker, with ink finishes by Jeff Austin. ROWENA’S naive cousin is in the spotlight this go-around, as the Gentle Giantess must sort out GTS high jinx gone wrong in “Sera’s Day Out”, written by Eric Lindberg, with art by Rock Baker & Jeff Austin. Finally, MARLA ALLISON (a.k.a. HUMONGA ) returns in “Making A Big Scene” as a villainess’ tampering changes the script in Marla’s latest giant-woman movie, with GARGANTA herself teleported onto the set for a battle royal in front of the cameras. Written by Eric Johnson, with art by the team of Baker and Austin. Without a single reprint in sight, FF #155 is STILL the best value in comics, even at $9.95. 84 all-new, never-before-seen pages in black & white, with full color covers. Standard comic book size, saddle-stitched. Printed in 2011. (Please note: this book has exactly the same contents as GARGANTARAMA #18.)

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Will SYNN have to be permanently banished or will STARDUST’s risky solution be the answer? And where do PARAGON’s “imaginary monsters” fit in? As TARA is called to Jungle Island and NIGHTVEIL and MS. VICTORY face danger fighting solo in this issue’s 4-chapter lead story. Fan-favorite artist BRAD GORBY returns!! Another SUPER-SIZED 84-page landmark extravaganza, as all-time FEMFORCE fan favorite BRAD GORBY returns to pencil a chapter this issue, as well as illustrate the spectacular color cover. Brad’s atmospheric and evocative artwork on the title during the 1990′s is considered the high-water mark of the entire series by long-time fans, and anyone interested enough to look back on those issues will understand why Brad was Todd McFarlane’s first choice to replace himself on Image Comics’ SPAWN series during it’s heyday. After a decade out of the comics business, Brad makes his triumphant return here. But as always, story trumps art in FF as the lead feature begins to tie divergent plot elements together as a previously-dispensed-with menace will return to threaten the FEMFORCE. And with more than 80 pages to work with, fascinating back-up features abound, as STORMY TEMPEST (straight out of Bill Black’s live-action SMARTY PANTS ENTERTAINMENT DVD video series) continues her life undercover in contemprary times; and Mauricio Hunt’s distaff teen avenger KINETICS returns. After that, flip the book over, turn it upside down and thrill to GARGANTARAMA- THE COMIC BOOK #17!! nThis issue, ALI BASTUR and her 40 FT brings back more wild fantasy, the “gentle giantess” ROWENA returns in another wacky adventure, and a double-length DINOSAUR GIRL story takes us back to the war-torn Pacific Theatre of 1943.This issue, ALI BASTUR and her 40 FT brings back more wild fantasy, the “gentle giantess” ROWENA returns in another wacky adventure, and a double-length DINOSAUR GIRL story takes us back to the war-torn Pacific Theatre of 1943. Writers include Mark & Stephanie Heike, Chad Halcom, Len Strazewski, Eric Jonson and Rock Baker. Artists include Gorby, Jeff Austin, Scott Larson, Rock Baker, Bill Maus, and Mark & Stephanie Heike. Almost FOUR TIMES as many pages (84 including both FEMFORCE and GARGANTARAMA- The Comic Book )of all-new, never-before-seen story and artwork than in any standard comic book- not a SINGLE reprint!! The best value in all of comics! Color covers with black & white interiors, standard comic book size, saddle-stitched. Released in 2010 (Please note: This book has exactly the same contents as GARGANTARAMA-THE COMIC BOOK #17.)

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The secret mission of the mysterious Calavera is finally revealed, and an awesome new villainess is unveiled to battle MS. VICTORY and SHE-CAT in the 5-chapter FEMFORCE action/mystery novelette “Illusions”, written by Mark G. Heike & Enrico Teodorani, with art by Jeff Austin, Scott Larson, Antonio Gerardo Ceglia, Giacomo Pilato and Mark G. Heike, Then learn how the fates of AC’s TWO time-tossed cowgirls, The BLACK PHANTOM and BUCKAROO BETTY are linked as SYNN and TARA show them the value of “Perfect Timing”, written and penciled by Rock Baker, with inks by Jeff Austin. Next, NIGHTVEIL finds herself bereft of powers, costume, and perhaps even hope in a timeless dimension in “Zombie”, the latest installment in the current NV serial, written and illustrated by Mark Glidden. Then it’s the wrap-up of guest feature KINETICS as the teen heroine manages to ecape the clutches of her mysterious captors, in a tale written by creator Mauricio Hunt and illustrated by Adriano Santos. Then, flip the book over, turn it upside-down, and read GARGANTARAMA- THE COMIC BOOK #16!! Inside a familiar-looking cover, you’ll find the best in way-out GTS action, starting with the conlusion of the latest adventure of ROWENA, the gentle giantess of the middle ages, as she reaches the climax of her pitched battle versus Dagmar the fire-breathing dragon AND her evil stepsister Melina. See how her normal-sized husband Cedric turns the tables on the towering titans and saves the day. A double-dose of ROWENA wraps up this plotline; with both tales scripted by Eric Lindberg, drawn by Rock Baker and inked by Jeff Austin. Then, the too-tall heroine of World EWar II is back, facing down the Axis forces as the edict comes down from Hitler himself- “Kill Dinosaur Girl!!” wriitten and drawn by Rock Baker, with inks by Jeff Austin. Finally, in a most contemporary tale, an on-the-scene cameraman “falls” for a grad student -turned giantess in “Growing Feelings”, written by Chad Halcom, and illustrated by Eric Alan Nelson. Over 50 pages of FEMFORCE fun, glamor and excitement!! In total it’s 80 pages of never-before-seen, all-new comics excitement- the best value in comicdom!! Black & white interiors with color covers, standard comic book size, printed in 2010.

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Femforce 152

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ANOTHER blockbuster 84-page issue of all-new stories, art and surprises!! First off, a simple trip to the grocery store turns into an all-out brawl between Ms. VICTORY and SHE-CAT when the leader of the FF learns the truth about ‘Cat’s newest conquest. SYNN tries to be the peacemaker, but when her powers go horribly out of control, lives are threatened in “Breakdown”, scripted by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike, with full art by Jeff Austin. Then, a recovering STARDUST returns to her consulting job at NASA, with orders from Ms. V to avoid any unsupervised hero work until she is completely recovered from her recent ordeal offplanet. But, when the lumbering Macheteer escapes from prison, it’s STARDUST to the rescue in “Back On The Job”, written by Mark G. Heik, penciled by Rik(Captain America)Levins, and inked by Jeff Austin. And, when an alien civilzation asks Earth to be diplomatic mediators in a dispute over colonization with another life form; MS. V, Dusty, SHE-CAT, and TARA- along with guest-stars GARGANTA. JET GIRL and MICROMAN go across the galaxy as peacemakers in “A Matter of Scale”, written by Eric Johnson; with art by Chris Allen and Jeff Austin. Then, it’s a blast from the past with a previously-untold “retro” story of the FF from WWII, as they meet up with guest-writer David Watkin’s super-group, The Union Of Justice, in a story titled “And A Vulture Shall Kill Them”, with art by Scott Larson and Jeff Austin. STORMY TEMPEST returns this issue, in the debut episode of a great new solo series, written by comics great Len Stazewski, and art by the aforementioned team of Larson and Austin. After her attemted assasination of Richard Gordon in FF #149, the vigilante from the future is sprung from prison by a mysterious, unknown benefactor in “Living In The Past”. Plus, Mauricio Hunt’s teenage superheroine Kinetics is back, as she loses in pitched battle to an armored, female opponent, and is captured by a mysterious cabal. You’d THINK that would be enough for ONE comic book package, but not for your friends at AC- turn the book over and get ready for the FF’s flip-book companion title. GARGANTARAMA-THE COMIC BOOK #15, which leads off with a return-engagement with Eric Johnson’s professional GTS heroine Fantasia, in 1-900-Giantess: Service Outage. When a hostage situation erupts in a no-service area for Fantasia’s cell-phone, she must get creative with the locals to conjure up enough super-types to save the day. Script by Eric Johnson, with art by Giancarlo Carcuzzo. Then, it’s a double-dose of that gentle giantess, ROWENA as she continues on her quest to return to her homeland of Lornak. In Chapter 2 (with script by Eric Lindberg, and art by Rock Baker and Richard Scott) of “The Eye of Imir”, she makes an ally in the faerie kingdom of Keelah; while in Chapter 3, ( written by Eric Lindberg, with art by Rock Baker and Mark& Stephanie Heike ) she comes face-to-face with the terrifying dragon, Dagmar Ironhide!! Finally, WW II’s most beatiful, giant-sized axis-buster DINOSAUR GIRL uncovers a ruthless gang of Nazi giantesses with a fiendish plot to dust the Allied countries with a chemical powder fatal to all male humans in “South Seas Sabotage”, with story and art by Rock Baker, and inks by Jeff Austin. In total, it’s 84 pages of all-new black &; white story and art inside a pair of full-color covers, standard comic book sized and saddle-stitched. Released in 2010.

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ANOTHER blockbuster 84-page issue of all-new stories, art and surprises!! First off, a simple trip to the grocery store turns into an all-out brawl between Ms. VICTORY and SHE-CAT when the leader of the FF learns the truth about ‘Cat’s newest conquest. SYNN tries to be the peacemaker, but when her powers go horribly out of control, lives are threatened in “Breakdown”, scripted by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike, with full art by Jeff Austin. Then, a recovering STARDUST returns to her consulting job at NASA, with orders from Ms. V to avoid any unsupervised hero work until she is completely recovered from her recent ordeal offplanet. But, when the lumbering Macheteer escapes from prison, it’s STARDUST to the rescue in “Back On The Job”, written by Mark G. Heik, penciled by Rik(Captain America)Levins, and inked by Jeff Austin. And, when an alien civilzation asks Earth to be diplomatic mediators in a dispute over colonization with another life form; MS. V, Dusty, SHE-CAT, and TARA- along with guest-stars GARGANTA. JET GIRL and MICROMAN go across the galaxy as peacemakers in “A Matter of Scale”, written by Eric Johnson; with art by Chris Allen and Jeff Austin. Then, it’s a blast from the past with a previously-untold “retro” story of the FF from WWII, as they meet up with guest-writer David Watkin’s super-group, The Union Of Justice, in a story titled “And A Vulture Shall Kill Them”, with art by Scott Larson and Jeff Austin. STORMY TEMPEST returns this issue, in the debut episode of a great new solo series, written by comics great Len Stazewski, and art by the aforementioned team of Larson and Austin. After her attemted assasination of Richard Gordon in FF #149, the vigilante from the future is sprung from prison by a mysterious, unknown benefactor in “Living In The Past”. Plus, Mauricio Hunt’s teenage superheroine Kinetics is back, as she loses in pitched battle to an armored, female opponent, and is captured by a mysterious cabal. Then, turn the book over, flip it upsidedown and get ready for GRAGANTARAMA-THE COMIC BOOK #14!! This issue leads off with a return-engagement with Eric Johnson’s professional GTS heroine Fantasia, in 1-900-Giantess: Service Outage. When a hostage situation erupts in a no-service area for Fantasia’s cell-phone, she must get creative with the locals to conjure up enough super-types to save the day. Script by Eric Johnson, with art by Giancarlo Carcuzzo. Then, it’s a double-dose of that gentle giantess, ROWENA as she continues on her quest to return to her homeland of Lornak. In Chapter 2 (with script by Eric Lindberg, and art by Rock Baker and Richard Scott) of “The Eye of Imir”, she makes an ally in the faerie kingdom of Keelah; while in Chapter 3, ( written by Eric Lindberg, with art by Rock Baker and Mark & Stephanie Heike ) she comes face-to-face with the terrifying dragon, Dagmar Ironhide!! Finally, WW II’s most beatiful, giant-sized axis-buster DINOSAUR GIRL uncovers a ruthless gang of nazi giantesses with a fiendish plot to dust the Allied countries with a chemical powder fatal to all male humans in “South Seas Sabotage”, with story and art by Rock Baker, and inks by Jeff Austin. In total, it’s 84 pages of all-new black & white story and art inside a pair of full-color covers, standard comic book sized and saddle-stitched. Released in 2010.

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Cover feature DINOSAUR GIRL faces off with an Asian giantess determined to swing World War II in favor of the Axis by controlling the Pacific Theater. If she can prevail against DG, there well may be more titanic distaff terrors created from the “Blood Of The Giantess”; a 17-page battle royal written and drawn by Rock Baker, with ink embellishment by Jeff Austin. Then, turn the clock back to the Middle Ages that never were for another wacky adventure with ROWENA, the gentle giantess. An extreme cold snap turns out to be the work of CRYONIA, another visiting giantess; and ROWENA must find a way to persuade her to move on before she and her human-sized charges become icicles. Written by Eric Lindberg, penciled by Rock Baker and inked by Jeff Austin. Then, flip the book over, turn it upside down and check out FEMFORCE #157! With Synn’s reality-warping powers seemingly out of control, the FEMFORCE have taken her to The Colorado Project for a medical intervention. But it’s not always wise to leave your health in the hands of a doctor who comes from another planet, with a couple of assistants who happen to be giantesses. The therapy they concoct is definitely “outside of the box”! PARAGON’S sightlessness becomes ever more puzzling, NIGHTVEIL is barred from using her magic, and SHE-CAT goes looking for a mysterious person out of her past, only to end up tangling with ATOMAN, CARBONATOR and SPEEDBOLT of the doltish JUSTICE SQUAD. Meanwhile, SYNN just mopes and waits for whatever is going to happen to happen. All this and more in “Living In Synn, Part 1”- plot by Stephanie and Mark Heike (with a script by Mark Heike), pencils by Chris Allen and Rock Baker, and inks by Jeff Austin. Then-hang onto your hats for the first full-length adventure with the GREATEST new super-team series since…well, since The FEMFORCE was created! Make way for the New Earth Defense Organization Reserve- N.E.D.O.R. Agents! In an alternate version of Earth (as is told in this tale narrated by the FF’s NIGHTVEIL), it’s 1965, and a group of super-powered champions (based on the characters from the long-defunct Standard/Nedor/Better publishing group of the 1940s) has spent 20 years in readiness for a terrible event, which now is almost upon them. World War II veteran heroes Black Terror, Fighting Yank, American Eagle, Doc Strange, Liberator, Woman In Red, The Grim Reaper, Commando Cubs, American Crusader, Tygra, Princess Pantha and Miss Masque are joined by second-generation heroines (and uber-babes) Candi Future, Pyrogirl and Fighting Tank, Jr.as they learn the truth about what REALLY threatens the world in “Everlasting Battle” a 25-page retro-revisionist epic that’s fast-moving, sexy and action-packed. Created, written and drawn by WILL MEUGNIOT, the feature that we teased in FF #156 kicks into high-gear this issue-and will be soaring to even greater glories in FF #158! Plus- N.E.D.O.R. Agents pin-ups by Rick Hoberg, Gerry Acerno and Keith Tucker, AND info on a special original art contest giveaway by Will himself! In total, 84 pages of all-new, never-before-seen story and art; black & white interiors with full color covers. Still the best value in comicdom! (Please note: This book has exactly the SAME contents as FEMFORCE #157.)

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Gargantarama- The Comic Book 19

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Check out GARGANTARAMA- THE COMIC BOOK #19!! Beyond a great GTS cover drawn by Stephanie and Mark Heike, you’ll find a double-length DINOSAUR GIRL episode wherin DinoGirl battles her own doppleganger in “Mirror Image”, written & drawn by Rock Baker, with inks by Mark Heike, followed by the return of the towering GAMMAZON HOUSEWIFE in “Maternal Insticts”, written by Eric Johnson, penciled by yet ANOTHER old-time AC great- Chris Allen, and inked by contemporary AC great Jeff Austin. What happens when a giant-sized Gammazon marries a normal human male? Eventually, their is a baby. See what that portends in THIS universe!! Finally, the latest installment in the saga of ROWENA, gentle giantess of the Middle Ages-” The Goblin’s Army”, written by creator Eric Lindberg, penciled by Rock Baker and inked by Paul Wills. Then, flip the book over, turn it upside down, and read Femforce #156!!It’s finally here! 84 pages of all-new art & story!! Perhaps THE most-awaited issue of FEMFORCE in years!! NOW it can be told- the true events that led to SYNN’S exile into the Limbo Void decades ago. As NIGHTVEIL frets over SYNN’S spiralling-out-of-control powers, she thinks back to similar circumstances early in SYNN’S FF career, and we finally learn the truth about that incident in “The Lady Who Said She Could Fly”, a 21-page comic novella written by Stephanie S. Heike and penciled and inked by guest-artist extraordinare, WILL MEUGNIOT!! See Synn go-go dancing at Club Paragon! See guest-star BLONDE BOMBER!! See the FF dropped into Leningrad, Russia at the height of the Cold War!!! See a power-mad “freedom fighter” make a hellish alliance with monsters from another dimension!!! See the awful aftermath of an inexperiened SYNN’S attempt to “fix” everything in one fell swoop!! And see some of THE sexiest females ever to have graced the pages of FF as rendered by comics great turned animation master Will Meugniot !! Then, while NIGHTVEIL ruminates on the past, giant-sized jungle girl TARA FREMONT fights to save her best friend Janis Lawson in the present, kidnapped in the mysterious land of Taragonia, in “Jungle Triangle”, a 21-page co-lead feature written by e. t. Dollman, with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. Then STORMY TEMPEST is back- but in the first installment of a whole NEW ST series penciled by another old FF great, Eric Coile; and written & inked by none other than WILD BILL BLACK himself!! That’s right, the ol’ head honcho is back in the saddle again on the creative side of the comic book, helming an ST backup series designed to more closely mirror the STORMY live-action video movies he’s been producing. See STORMY here meet up with Clayton the Sleeper in “Wanted: Dead or Alive!!” But wait- there’s MORE !! Check out the 3-page teaser for a stunning NEW SERIES set for a full-length intro in FF #157: written & drawn by Will Meugniot, it’s N.E.D.O.R. Agents; a great new “alternate universe”superhero team concept putting the Standard/Nedor heroes (of the 1940’s) together on a crimefighting team in 1965!! Miss Masque, Black Terror, Pyroman, PyroGIRL (yes, you read that right) Fighting Yank, American Crusader and others team up to fight- well, you’ll learn WHO they will be fighting next issue!! This issue ! Standard comic- book size, black & white interiors with full color covers. Printed in 2011.( Please note, this book has EXACTLY the same contents as FEMFORCE #156)

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Gargantarama-The Comic Book 18

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  In this big issue of Gargantarama- The Comic Book, DINOSAUR GIRL stars in a double-length WWII blockbuster, “The Last Giantess”, which introduces a “new” retro all-girl team The War Birds!! Written & drawn by Rock Baker, with ink finishes by Jeff Austin. ROWENA’S naive cousin is in the spotlight this go-around, as the Gentle Giantess must sort out GTS high jinx gone wrong in “Sera’s Day Out”, written by Eric Lindberg, with art by Rock Baker & Jeff Austin. Finally, MARLA ALLISON (a.k.a. HUMONGA ) returns in “Making A Big Scene” as a villainess’ tampering changes the script in Marla’s latest giant-woman movie, with GARGANTA herself teleported onto the set for a battle royal in front of the cameras. Written by Eric Johnson, with art by the team of Baker and Austin.  And, in the FEMFORCE #155 flip-book half of the issue,you’ll learn strange new facts relating to Synn’s ever-increasing loss of control, and what the FF may have to do about it, in a story titled “Illusions In G-Major” (guest-starring PARAGON), with script & art by Mark & Stephanie Heike. Then, learn what CAT-MAN and KITTEN did for their anniversary celebration when the US Government WOULDN’T let them use the Time Triangle to go back to 1947 in “Kitten’s Biggest Adventure”, by Rock Baker & Jeff Austin. Next, it’s a previously-untold wartime exploit starring YANKEE GIRL (guest-featuring LADY FAIRPLAY and a NEW heroine, FREEDOM GALE), “The Menace of Baroness Von Schreck”!! See why the death of Hitler might NOT have ended the Axis menace in WWII- if not for YG and friends. Plotted & layed out by Gianluca Ceritelli, Scripted by Eric Johnson, with finished art by Jeff Austin. Then, the latest installment in the ongoing saga of the time-tossed adventuress STORMY TEMPEST, as an old friend from the future returns as a menace in our present in a story written by Len Strazewski, and illustrated by Scott Larson.  Without a single reprint in sight, FF #155 is STILL the best value in comics, even at $9.95. 84 all-new, never-before-seen pages in black & white, with full color covers. Standard comic book size, saddle-stitched. Printed in 2011. (Please note: this book has exactly the same contents as FEMFORCE #155.)

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This issue, ALI BASTUR and her 40 FT brings back more wild fantasy, the “gentle giantess” ROWENA returns in another wacky adventure, and a double-length DINOSAUR GIRL story takes us back to the war-torn Pacific Theatre of 1943. Flip the book over, turn it around and get even MORE great comics entertainment reading our regular flip-book feature,FEMFORECE #154!!his issue, ALI BASTUR and her 40 FT brings back more wild fantasy, the “gentle giantess” ROWENA returns in another wacky adventure, and a double-length DINOSAUR GIRL story takes us back to the war-torn Pacific Theatre of 1943. Flip the book over, turn it around and get even MORE great comics entertainment reading our regular flip-book feature,FEMFORECE #154!!ll SYNN have to be permanently banished or will STARDUST’s risky solution be the answer? And where do PARAGON’s “imaginary monsters” fit in? As TARA is called to Jungle Island and NIGHTVEIL and MS. VICTORY face danger fighting solo in this issue’s 4-chapter lead story. Fan-favorite artist BRAD GORBY returns!! Another SUPER-SIZED 84-page landmark extravaganza, as all-time FEMFORCE fan favorite BRAD GORBY returns to pencil a chapter this issue, as well as illustrate the spectacular color cover. Brad’s atmospheric and evocative artwork on the title during the 1990’s is considered the high-water mark of the entire series by long-time fans, and anyone interested enough to look back on those issues will understand why Brad was Todd McFarlane’s first choice to replace himself on Image Comics’ SPAWN series during it’s heyday. After a decade out of the comics business, Brad makes his triumphant return here. But as always, story trumps art in FF as the lead feature begins to tie divergent plot elements together as a previously-dispensed-with menace will return to threaten the FEMFORCE. And with more than 80 pages to work with, fascinating back-up features abound, as STORMY TEMPEST (straight out of Bill Black’s live-action SMARTY PANTS ENTERTAINMENT DVD video series) continues her life undercover in contemprary times; and Mauricio Hunt’s distaff teen avenger KINETICS returns.  Writers include Mark & Stephanie Heike, Chad Halcom, Len Strazewski, Eric Jonson and Rock Baker. Artists include Gorby, Jeff Austin, Scott Larson, Rock Baker, Bill Maus, and Mark & Stephanie Heike. Almost FOUR TIMES as many pages (84 including both FEMFORCE and GARGANTARAMA- The Comic Book )of all-new, never-before-seen story and artwork than in any standard comic book- not a SINGLE reprint!! The best value in all of comics! Color covers with black & white interiors, standard comic book size, saddle-stitched. Released in 2010 (Please note: This book has exactly the same contents as FEMFORCE #154.)

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Gargantarama-The Comic Book 16

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Inside a familiar-looking cover, you’ll find the best in way-out GTS action, starting with the conlusion of the latest adventure of ROWENA, the gentle giantess of the middle ages, as she reaches the climax of her pitched battle versus Dagmar the fire-breathing dragon AND her evil stepsister Melina. See how her normal-sized husband Cedric turns the tables on the towering titans and saves the day. A double-dose of ROWENA wraps up this plotline; with both tales scripted by Eric Lindberg, drawn by Rock Baker and inked by Jeff Austin. Then, the too-tall heroine of World EWar II is back, facing down the Axis forces as the edict comes down from Hitler himself- “Kill Dinosaur Girl!!” wriitten and drawn by Rock Baker, with inks by Jeff Austin. Finally, in a most contemporary tale, an on-the-scene cameraman “falls” for a grad student -turned giantess in “Growing Feelings”, written by Chad Halcom, and illustrated by Eric Alan Nelson. Then, flip the book over, turn it upside down and delve into FEMFORCE #153!!The secret mission of the mysterious Calavera is finally revealed, and an awesome new villainess is unveiled to battle MS. VICTORY and SHE-CAT in the 5-chapter FEMFORCE action/mystery novelette “Illusions”, written by Mark G. Heike & Enrico Teodorani, with art by Jeff Austin, Scott Larson, Antonio Gerardo Ceglia, Giacomo Pilato and Mark G. Heike, Then learn how the fates of AC’s TWO time-tossed cowgirls, The BLACK PHANTOM and BUCKAROO BETTY are linked as SYNN and TARA show them the value of “Perfect Timing”, written and penciled by Rock Baker, with inks by Jeff Austin. Next, NIGHTVEIL finds herself bereft of powers, costume, and perhaps even hope in a timeless dimension in “Zombie”, the latest installment in the current NV serial, written and illustrated by Mark Glidden. Then it’s the wrap-up of guest feature KINETICS as the teen heroine manages to ecape the clutches of her mysterious captors, in a tale written by creator Mauricio Hunt and illustrated by Adriano Santos. Over 50 pages of FEMFORCE fun, glamor and excitement!!   In total it’s 80 pages of never-before-seen, all-new comics excitement- the best value in comicdom!! Black & white interiors with color covers, standard comic book size, printed in 2010.

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Gargantarama- The Comic Book 15

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ANOTHER blockbuster 84-page issue of all-new stories, art and surprises!!
Issue # 15 leads off with a return-engagement with Eric Johnson’s professional GTS heroine Fantasia, in 1-900-Giantess: Service Outage. When a hostage situation erupts in a no-service area for Fantasia’s cell-phone, she must get creative with the locals to conjure up enough super-types to save the day. Script by Eric Johnson, with art by Giancarlo Carcuzzo. Then, it’s a double-dose of that gentle giantess, ROWENA as she continues on her quest to return to her homeland of Lornak. In Chapter 2 (with script by Eric Lindberg, and art by Rock Baker and Richard Scott) of “The Eye of Imir”, she makes an ally in the faerie kingdom of Keelah; while in Chapter 3, ( written by Eric Lindberg, with art by Rock Baker and Mark & Stephanie Heike ) she comes face-to-face with the terrifying dragon, Dagmar Ironhide!! Finally, WW II’s most beatiful, giant-sized axis-buster DINOSAUR GIRL uncovers a ruthless gang of nazi giantesses with a fiendish plot to dust the Allied countries with a chemical powder fatal to all male humans in “South Seas Sabotage”, with story and art by Rock Baker, and inks by Jeff Austin. In total, it’s 84 pages of all-new black & white story and art inside a pair of full-color covers, standard comic book sized and saddle-stitched. You’d THINK that would be enough for ONE comic book package, but not for your friends at AC- turn the book over and get ready for GARGANTARAMA’S flip-book companion title. FEMFORCE #152!! First off, a simple trip to the grocery store turns into an all-out brawl between Ms. VICTORY and SHE-CAT when the leader of the FF learns the truth about ‘Cat’s newest conquest. SYNN tries to be the peacemaker, but when her powers go horribly out of control, lives are threatened in “Breakdown”, scripted by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike, with full art by Jeff Austin. Then, a recovering STARDUST returns to her consulting job at NASA, with orders from Ms. V to avoid any unsupervised hero work until she is completely recovered from her recent ordeal offplanet. But, when the lumbering Macheteer escapes from prison, it’s STARDUST to the rescue in “Back On The Job”, written by Mark G. Heik, penciled by Rik(Captain America)Levins, and inked by Jeff Austin. And, when an alien civilzation asks Earth to be diplomatic mediators in a dispute over colonization with another life form; MS. V, Dusty, SHE-CAT, and TARA- along with guest-stars GARGANTA. JET GIRL and MICROMAN go across the galaxy as peacemakers in “A Matter of Scale”, written by Eric Johnson; with art by Chris Allen and Jeff Austin. Then, it’s a blast from the past with a previously-untold “retro” story of the FF from WWII, as they meet up with guest-writer David Watkin’s super-group, The Union Of Justice, in a story titled “And A Vulture Shall Kill Them”, with art by Scott Larson and Jeff Austin. STORMY TEMPEST returns this issue, in the debut episode of a great new solo series, written by comics great Len Stazewski, and art by the aforementioned team of Larson and Austin. After her attemted assasination of Richard Gordon in FF #149, the vigilante from the future is sprung from prison by a mysterious, unknown benefactor in “Living In The Past”. Plus, Mauricio Hunt’s teenage superheroine Kinetics is back, as she loses in pitched battle to an armored, female opponent, and is captured by a mysterious cabal.   Released in 2010.

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Gargantarama- The Comic Book 14

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  Cover painting by Scott Larson!! Everybody’s clamoring for the return of the alien bad girl giantess, so here it is- the “Return of Queen Drusilla”; story by Eric Johnson, pencils by Outrageous Jeff Osgood and inks by Jumpin’ Jeff Austin. Then, it’s the start of a whole new story arc for that gentle giantess of the Middle Ages, ROWENA as her vindictive sister Melina plots again her in “ The Eye of Imir”. Story by Eric Lindberg, pencils by Raucous Rock Baker and inks by Jousting Jeff Austin! But wait- there’s more!! The other-worldly giantess-next-door, Ka’Ri returns in “Gammazon Housewife”; story by Eric Johnson, pencils by Javier Lugo, with inks by Jet-Set Jeff Austin! WWII’s DINOSAUR GIRL breaks up a secret weapons base behind enemy lines in “Battle at Frankenstein” Story and art by Ready Rock Baker and Just plain Jeff Austin. (ALL of the previous stories are lettered by the astounding alien letterer, Extraterrestrial E.T. Dollman! We don’t know how he does it all, either !!) Finally, that super-sized superheroine, THREETA is back in “Size Matters part three” Story and letters by Percival Constantine (yes, that IS his name) with pencils and inks by Eric A. Nelson .Then, turn the book over, flip it upside down, and thrill to FEMFORCE #151!!”Recovery” opens this issue, as the long-missing STARDUST is back, and TARA FREMONT is revoring from her wounds, so the FF is all back together, but not at full strength! Written by Mark G. Heike, art by Scott Larson and Jeff Austin. Then, SHE-CAT has a new boy-toy and you’ll never guess who it is! “Rendezvous” is written by Mark G. Heike with art by Brad Gorby and Jeff Austin. SYNN volunteers for a solo mission to bring in a mysterious mercenary for questioning, in “Regrets”. Plot by Enrico Tedorani, script by Mark G. Heike, pencils by Valeria Campoli; with inks by the ever-jovial Jeff Austin. NIGHTVEIL is off on an interdimensional quest to defat a demon with FIVE separate personalities in “Die Mention Wars”; story and art by Mark Glidden. Next; it’s a trio of special FF features. In a tale out of the past, learn the hitherto “unkown origin” of the BLUE BULLETEER’S costume in “Date Night”; written by JohnJG with art by Rock Baker and inks by Jeff Austin. Then, another untold retro story, starring the glamorous MISS MASQUE! A weathly sportsman is framed to clear the way for a sleazy gigolo in “The Deadly Disc”- story and pencils by Rockin’ Rock Baker and Jammin’ Jeff Austin! Finally, A guest appearance by Mauricio Hunt’s teen superheroine, KINETICS as she faces down a pair of deadly cyborgs! Script by Hunt with art by Adrianno Santos. Then, flip the book over, turn it upside-down, and get a double-dose of giant woman thrills with the 14th BIG issue of GARGANTARAMA-The Comic Book, the great flip-book feature that shares it’s run with FF!! As mentioned earlier, this regular issue continues the new format starting with Femforce #150 !From here on out, EVERY issue will be 84 pages, meaning TWICE as much FEMFORCE “good girl art” action AND TWICE as much GTS highjinx as before!! This issue is 84 pages,black & white interiors with full color covers, in standard comic book format, saddle-stitched. Printed in 2010.(PLEASE NOTE: This book contains EXACTLY the same material as in FEMFORCE #151. )

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Femzine 3

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It’s outrageous contemporary “good girl art” and GTS action by the master, artist/wrter Bill Black, in a four- act two-dimensional play featuring girls, girls and more girls!! Continuing on from Femzine #2, it’s “Where Giant Tromp”, starring Yankee Girl, Fighting Yank, Starr Spangle Fanny Phantom, giant villainess Titanica, The Colossal Cossacks, The Panda, Morgan Le Fey, and a cast of thousands. Then, artist Silvano Calligari and writer Paul Monsky serve up a twisted tale starring Nightveil at the mercy of an evil wizard. Black and white with color covers, 40 pages, comic book sized. Printed in 2003.

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Femzine 2

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Hold onto your hats, guys; as Fanny Phantom bursts onto the scene. This former exotic dancer has been done over as a costumed crimefighter by the sorceress Morgan LeFey. After being transformed into a 70 fiit tall giantess, she is captured by the evil Panda who uses her body as a model for an array of giant sized female Commie commandos. In the second story, The Blonde Bomber enters the castle stronghold of Sadana to free enslaved girls only to become a victim herself, until turning the tables on the evil villainess. Both features are never-before-seen, newly written and illustrated comic stories by the incomparable Bill Black. A photo tribute to beautiful screen actress Lois Hamilton makes this book a visual delight. 44 pages, black and white with color covers; 7″ X 8 1/2″ format. Printed in 2002

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Nightveil Ring

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Nightveil Ring Get the mystical sorceress on this cloisonne ring produced by Great American Ring Co. 1993

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Synn Ring

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Synn Ring Get the groovy psychedelic Synn on this cloisonne ring produced by Great American Ring Co. 1993

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Femforce : Rarities Graphic Novel- SOLD OUT!!

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THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND COMPLETELY UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!  Many of the most interesting and important occurances in the continuity of AC Comics long-running FEMFORCE series never happened in the regular FEMFORCE comic book at all, but in various other AC support titles, specials and one-shots. In almost all cases, these FEMFORCE support titles sold FAR FEWER copies than the regular ongoing FEMFORCE book (rapidly approaching issue #157, in October, 2011). So it stands to reason that quite a large percentage of readers of the REGULAR FEMFORCE title have never seen or read these stories. Because of that, we decided to collect them all in one compilation volume, and Femforce: Rarities was born!! 220 pages of rare & obscure stories of the FEMFORCE (group and solo adventures) in one black & white, perfect-bound trade paperback. 13 full stories in all, 12 of which were gleaned from such AC titles as Good Girl Art Quarterly, AC Annual, Miss Victory 50Th Anniversary Special, Jungle Girls and others. See the whole FF team in the 40-page epic “Shapeshifters” by Mark Moore, Mark Propst and Chad Hunt; and the 28-page feature “The Vacuum Blows In”, by Bill Black, Dick Ayers, John Nadeau and Mark Heike, the 24-page epic “Night of the Demon”, by Mark Heike and John Nadeau; She-Cat and Synn in “Shopping Maul”, by Tillman Smoot, Mark Heike and Chris Allen; Nightveil in “Yumm!”, by Richard Rome and Mark Heike; Ms. V in “Follow The Leader” by Bill Black, Tom Moser and Mark Heike, “Cold Warrior In Sunny Florida” by Richard Rome & Mark Heike; and an untitled story (from the Miss V Anniversary Special) by Black, Brad Gorby and Chad Hunt; Synn in “Gay Decievers” by Nick Northey and Mark Heike; She-Cat in “America’s Sweetheart?” by Tillman Smoot, Mark Heike and Chris Allen, Tara in “Growing Pains” by Bill Black, Brad Gorby, Mark Heike and Billie Marimon, “Star Gem” by Nick Poliwko and Steve LeBlanc, and an untitled story by Richard Rome, Mark Heike and Jordi Ensign. See the Brad Gorby/Mark Heike -drawn half of the AC/FEMFORCE/Lohman Hills Press crossover!! It’s here, too!! Also, a plethora of pin-ups, both rare and vintage AND some never previously in print, by Will Meugniot, Rock Baker and FEMFORCE creator Bill Black. Plus- a real gem of obscurity- the never-before-printed “first” Ms. Victory story, as plotted & penciled (in 1980!!) by Mark Heike, edited & dialogued by Bossman Bill Black, and inked by Roy Richardson and Heike. See why this story HAD to remain in cold storage for 30 years before it could be printed!! It’s all the FEMFORCE stories you’ve never seen, all in one place. Text commentary by Bill Black and Mark Heike. 220 pages, B&W with color covers. Standard comic book size, perfectbound trade paperback.PLEASE NOTE: This book is being produced in a very low quantity, and it is unlikely to EVER go back to press. If you think you may want to own a copy, we suggest that you order it soon- before they are all gone. You may not have the opportunity to get one later. Released in 2011.

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Bad Girl Backlash

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Goofy parody of the “Bad Girl” trend market featuring pin-ups by female artists. 7 page framing story written by Rebekah Black, pencilled by Stephanie Sanderson, inks by Leah Adezio, Bill Black, Mark Heike and Stephanie Sanderson

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Sentinels of Justice 5

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FULL COLOR!!! A Femforce crossover issue. Distraut with the thought that he may be nothing more than a Kronon-created pawn, Captain Paragon leaves the Earth to sort out his emotions. Back from an adventure with The Femforce, Nightveil returns to Latimer Labs just in time to mystically cure Stardust, and discover the Vardax/Chromo plot to infiltrate their headquarters. This is NO time for a whole NEW group of villains to jump into the fray- but look out for the minions of…The Black Shroud!! With Paragon missing, the Femforce jump in, and working with time-travel expert Dr. Carlos Jimenez, decide to go into the past to sort out Paragon’s secret. “Once Upon A Time”is written by Bill Black, drawn by Erik Larsen, and inked by Emil Novack. It guest stars She-Cat, Ms. Victory ,Richard and Nikki Latimer, Chromo, the children of The Red Butcher, Atoman and Janis Lawson. It has a GTS scene featuring a giant Ms. Victory robot. Then, a short back-up takes us all to the year 1871, as we begin to unravel the facts of what Captain Paragon has to do with… The Latigo Kid. Written and drawn by Bill Black. Color cover by Erik Larsen, full color throughout. 36 pages, standard comic book format, Printed in 1986.

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Synnwatch 1

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AC Comics experiment in a general-intererst magazine covering movies, comics, books, music, radio & TV; articles include coverage of Peter Fonda indy film, “Ulee’s Gold”; interview/phots of Forrest J. Ackerman at the Ackermansion; overview of great radio show, “Quiet, Please”, giantess fantasy photos of model/actress Sharon(Synn)Blair; comic section starring Femforce members in the story “Honeymoon In Hell” (refers to the wedding of guest-stars Ms. Victory & Paragon, produced by Black, Gorby & Heike) articles by Bill Black, Brad Gorby, Jerry DeFuccio, Mike Frankovitch, Jr., Wayne Markley, and more. Airbrush cover by Brad Gorby.52 pages, b&w with color covers, 8 1/2″ X 11″ magazine size, saddle-stitched; printed in 1999

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Big Uns : Giant Women On The Rampage 2

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Yes, it’s finally here- the SECOND great issue of the top GTS comic book anthology of all time!! Beautiful, glamorous, dominant, exotic ans savage, you’ll find giant, marauding women of all types here, in spectacular economy-sized action!! Back from the historic first issue of this ground-breaking title, you’ll see Queen Drusilla; the cruel and merciless would-be conqueress from another dimension- and if anyone has EVER drawn a giantess getting larger than Big D does in this story, we’d like to see it!! With art by spectacular new talent, Gilberto Borba. You’ll also see the conclusion of the Isis online text promo serial- but here, done up in stunningly graphic comic-book fashion, by the titanic Jeff Austin. See Iris Clark take her towering revenge on tiny tormentors in the Cairo harbor; swatting aircraft like mosquitos, and tossing ships around like bathtub toys!! Then, “what if” Stan Lee and Jack Kirby had done a “good girl art” giant women staory, back in their early-1960’s, “goofy monster book” phaze? Well, it might’ve come out a lot like “I Awoke Zazurra…The Untamed!!” , story and pencils by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike, with inks by Bill Black!! A stone giantess comes to life, and it will take the quick thinking of a pair of young explorers to stop her rampage. Also, a beautiful and innocent archeology professor turns into a skyscraper-sized, unthinking engine of destruction against her will, and lays waste to a city, in “Statue Got Me High”, with story and art by Mark G. Heike. Then, European masters of the graphic arts, Enrico Teodorani and Silvano (with help from inkers Bill Black and Mark Heike) bring forth “The Legend of Thunderstep”, as a stunning young Native American girl taps into the size-changing powers of an ancient elemental diety to stave off giant-sized threats to the environment in the American Southwest. Five big features, all-new, never-before-seen material. 44 pages, black and white with colr covers. 9 7/8″ X 5 7/8″ size, standard comic book format. Printed in 2004.

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Big Uns : Giant Women on the Rampage 1

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ONLY A PRECIOUS FEW COPIES LEFT OF THIS GROUNDBREAKING GTS ANTHOLOGY!!Color painted cover by Brad Gorby- 40+ pages, black ans white, 7″ X 81/4″ This book was created to satisfy the snowballing fascination with giant-sized women, and we’ve got ’em wall-to-wall with 5- COUNT ‘EM-5 super-economy sized females-each one bigger and more beautiful than the one before!! You’ll see “Ty-raa”, the big, bountiful blonde freedom fighter from Earth’s antideluvian past- “Threeta”‘, three lovely young women who combine atoms to create one enormous, super-powered bombshell; “Ali Bastur And Her 40 Feet”‘a wish turned askew transforms an escaping thief into the bodacious, 40-foot djinn, Shakirbuuti; “Miscalculation”, which features a glamorous lady astronaut who grows into a gargantuan star when an experimental spaceflight goes wrong; and “Queen Drusilla”- an other-dimensional villainess comes to the Earth plain only to find her stature has grown tenfold. Stories and art by AC favorites Brad Gorby, Stephanie Sanderson, Mark Heike, Eric Coile and Tony Manginelli. Now in it’s Second Edition! With four extra pages with new pinups by Mark Heike and Stephanie Sanderson Heike!

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Wild Women 1

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ONLY ONE LEFT!! Text & photos on Ingrid Pitt, of Mammer Films’ “The Vampire Lovers”; Irish McCalla; beach Babes; Anita Ekberg giantess photos from Fellini’s “Boccaccio ’70” film. Comic book stories include “Bloodlines”, rare Captain Paragon vampire tale (story & art by Bill Black), reworked Golden Age Rulah jungle girl story, “Bloodstained Fangs”; giantess tale “I Hunted Gazong’ga, The Thing That Grew”. 52 pages, b&w with color covers, standard comic book size & format; saddle-stitched. Printeed in 1999

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Jungle Girls 10

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New lead story!! The Femforce’s present-day giant woman jungle babe, Tara Fremont stars , as alien women scheme to kidnap her for competition in a galactic sporting event- until they find out she can grow into a giantess!! This untitled story is written by Bill Black, and drawn by Victor(Freak Force)Bridges. The story is unique in that it was shot almost entirely from Bridges’ beautiful pencil art, preserving all of his beautiful linework. Great GTS action. It also guest stars Captain Video. (now Videxx) Next, a trio of classic Golden Age glamour stories, perfectly reproduced- Bob Powell’s M. E. Comics masterwork, Cave Girl in “Spears Of The Snowmen”; a late-period Fiction House gem, Fight Comic’s Tiger Girl in “The Enchanted Valley”, as drawn by Jack Abel; and Fawcett’s Nyoka the Jungle Girl in “The Flying Snake”, with art by Max Elkans. Plus, “good girl art” pinups by Billie Marimon/Chad Hunt, Dave (Octobriana)Roberts and Brad Gorby. Sexy, sensual jungle sirens in skimpy bathing suits-how can that not be great? Color cover, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, printed in 1992.

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Jungle Girls 4

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THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!”Too Tall” Tara debuts, as our favorite ecologist-turned-jungle girl has gained the power to grow into a giantess! (GTS fans, take note!)Helping producer Mike Frankovich, Jr. with special effects on a new T. V. series, the oversized jungle queen manages to tame an eleven-foot gorilla in “My Heart Belongs To Kong”, written by Bill Black, drawn by Dick(Giant-Man)Ayers, and inked by Black and Mark Heike. And, the all-time most popular jungle girl, Fiction House’s Sheena makes her JG debut this issue, in an untitled 1940’s vintage stary drawn by Robert H. Webb and friends, shot directly from the ACTUAL ORIGINAL ART!! Then, it’s two more Fiction House Golden Age classics, a Matt Baker-drawn Tiger Girl from Fight Comics, and Bob(Long Sam)Lubbers on Camilla, Wild Girl Of The Congo, from Jungle Comics. Plus photos and a letter from T. V.’s original Sheena. pinup favorite Irish McCalla. Even if you don’t like jungle stuff, buy this book chock full of comic-style drawings of sexy girls. Color cover by Bill Black(from Matt Baker) interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1992 We are now down to 30 copies in stock!

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 9

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Giant sized fun awaits in the lead story, which feature Femforce supporting giantess, Garganta in color in “Island Claws”. In an effort to help them both better master their size-changing abilities, Tara Fremont has brought Garganta to the peace and tranquility of her Jungle Island preserve. But the quiet doen’t last long, as the island is soon invaded by an even bigger player- that old Lev Gleason anti-hero, ( revived in the AC Universe as a full-fledged super villain) The Claw!! Garganta starts out at fifty feet tall, The Claw even larger ! As the battle of the titans reaches a crescendo, Big G must call on some very special friends to turn the tide. Great giant woman fight scenes and GTS action. Written by Bill Black, drawn by Dick Ayers, and inked by Mark Heike. “Big thrills” continue in the Golden Age section, with a color tale of that redheaded Fiction House babe, Sky Gal(formerly Sky Girl) by Matt Baker- “Crunchy Corn, For The Strength Of A Caveman” reprinted from a story originally appearing in Jumbo.Then, it’s more Baker babes in Tiger Girl, from a 1946 issue of Fight Comics., and still a third Matt Baker opus, as he draws his signature character, Fox Feature’s Phantom Lady, in glorious color in “The Copy-Cat Killers”, originally seen in All Top Comics #14, 1948. Finish with Fran Hopper’s Mysta Of The Moon, from Planet Comics #40, a Matt Baker checklist of all his published work, and throw in a Pistol Packin’ Pattie (“Belittling”) by Frank Bolle, and you’ve got another book full of sultry, sexy, long-legged girls drawn in the best glamorous, pinup type “good girl art” you can find. Color cover by Bill Black and Mark Heike, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1992.

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Good Girl Art Quarterly 5

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GTS Lead Story!! The Femforce’s resident jungle girl, Tara Fremont gets tricked into appearing on T. V. in an infomercial- and is secretly slipped a dose of the unstable “Garganta Formula”! Wild highjinks ensue as she grows to giantess proportionns, busting through the top of the studio. As luck would have it, her new-found size changing ability lets her save a drunken spring breaker from a fatal fall. A new giant woman character is born, in this, the origin and first appearance of Too Tall Tara , in “Growing Pains”, written by Bill Black, drawn by Brad Gorby, and inked by Black, Mark Heike, Chad Hunt, and Billie Marimon.Unnamed cameo by Madalyne Macabre. Then it’s gorgeous Golden Age gals galore, including Clarabelle in Looie Lazybones’ “A Bride Fer Kissin’ Tim”, from Nedor/Standard’s Thrilling Comics #71, April of 1949; Sky Girl, from Fiction House’s Jumbo Comics #104, October, 1947- as drawn by the master, Matt Baker. This issue’s special focus is Fight Comic’s femme fatale, Senorita Rio. Extensive text history by Bill Black, Fight #37 cover repro centerfold, and a complete Lily Renee story reprint from Fight Comics #35, in color. You can’t find this material any place else- and if you could, no one but AC Comics has the state-of-the-art techniques to reproduce it. Color cover by Dick Ayers and Mark Heike, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Nightveil Volume Two 1

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The Mystic Miss of the Femforce, Nightveil returns to appear in her own solo adventures in this great initial issue of the second volume of her own comic book series to accompany her adventures in the regular Femforce title. First, a visit to pay respects to the dearly departed erupts into pitched battle with the hideous demon known as Rakmathon, in “A visit to Old Friends”, written by Paul Melette with art by Shawn Surface. Then, Nightveil and Synn must brave the maddening realm of The Limbo Void to return the Prima Gem to safety, and thwart the designs of Alizarin Crimson once and for all in a story that picks up where Femforce #116 left off, and leads in to what is yet to come in Femforce #123. Art and story by Bill Black. Then, a special return feature- “For the Sake of What Should Have Been”, (originally seen in the now-completely-sold-out Femforce Up Close #1) Back in 1992, a still-unstable Synn looked to be a threat to all those around her, but when the government takes steps to place her under wraps, Nightveil risks all to help her remain free. Story and inks by Mark Heike, pencils by Dave Roberts. Black and white with color covers, 36 pages, 6 1/8″ X 10″, printed in 2003

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Nightveil’s Cauldron of Horror 3

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A Halloween Special!! All new material this issue, NO reprints!! It’s Halloween Night, (Actually, a continuation of events that started in Femforce #42.) and She-Cat, Synn, Stardust and Jennifer Burke(the new Ms. Victory) are lurking about a graveyard to hear Nightveil tell ghost stories. And NV does not dissappoint, as she weaves a tale of spirits who have landed in The Haunted Horseman’s Limbo Void. “Danse Macabre!” is the story of two beautiful gold-diggers who turn to murder, and then pay for their crimes. Written by Bill Black, with wild “good girl art” by Dick Ayers and Mark Heike. Horror meets sexy glamour in a well-crafted saga. Then, “Nightveil” conjures up The Haunter himself ( AC,s revival and continuation of the Magazine Enterprises original Ghost Rider, from the Golden Age.) to relate his origin in “Haunted Trails”. Written by Bill Black, drawn by Dick Ayers and inked by Black. Color cover by Dick Ayers and Bill Black, interiors are black and white with graytones. Printed in 1991.

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Nightveil’s Cauldron of Horror 2

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A Halloween Special!! While she is gone from her Everglades home on Femforce business, Nightveil’s mischievious cat Lucifer Sam accidentally spills that mystical cauldron that acted up LAST All Hallows Eve. NV gets home just in time to view three more gruesome vignettes. ( More complete reprints of pre-code horror stories.) “Ghost Of The Gorgon”, drawn by John Bell, originally seen in Fiction House’s Ghost Comics; “Curse Castle”, illustrated by Bob Powell, and “Map Of Doom”, by Joe Kubert, from Avon’s Weird Horrors #9, 1953. It all turns out to be a holiday greeting from Alizarin Crimson. Framing sequence written by Mark Heike, with very sexy art and great backgrounds by Billie Marimon and Mark Heike. Superb modern “good girl art”. Color cover by Rik Levins and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. 44 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.

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Nightveil’s Cauldron of Horror 1

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THIS BOOK IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT< AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! A Halloween special!! Warned by Dr. Jonathan(The Purple Claw)Weir of the coming of The Black Shroud, she returns to her Everglades sanctum in order to perform a ritual seeking out The ‘Shroud’s evil emanations. While in the mystic trance, she encounters The Haunted Horseman, Alizarin Crimson, and the goat god Capricorn. Upon regaining consciousness, she seems compelled to look into an arcane cauldron among her magical artifacts, and sees three evil fables. (Actually full story reprints of classis pre-code horror stories.) The first is “The Ghost Of Fanciful Hawkins”, drawn by Bob Powell; then it’s “The Mirror Of Isis”, illustrated by Joe Kubert, and finally “The Thing From The Sea”, with art by Wally Wood. Could all these be warnings from The Black Shroud? Even if they’re not, they’re darn good horror stories. Lead story and framing pages written by Bill Black, with art by Norman Hardy Jr. and Mark Propst. Color cover by Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. 44 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.

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Nightveil Special 1

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ALL COLOR!!! The Sorceress Supreme ( and charter Femforce member ) must help a struggling cartoonist undo a calamity, when one of the fictional monsters he has created comes to life to wreak havoc on the city. Her best solution- bring to life another of his fictional creations, a superheroine, to defeat it. Drawn by Rik Levins and Billie Marimon, with inks by John Dell. Color cover by Michael W. Kaluta, interiors are color throughout. 28 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1988.

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Nightveil 7

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ALL COLOR!!! One of the most pivotal stories in Femforce continuity, and the AC universe as a whole. As Nightveil returns one space case to Limbo, ( Synn, Girl From LSD, finishing off events in Femforce #6 ) another waits outside the home of Joan(Ms. Victory)Wayne- The Black Commando!! As part of the team he holds responsible for his stasis prison, he is bent on revenge- not even knowing she is Ms. V. Watching her use a chemical much like the one that gave him paranormal powers, The ‘Commando hatches an evil plan. Force-feeding the now-human and vulnerable Joan Wayne an overdose of the compound that made him unstable, The ‘Commando is gone before he realizes his actions have spawned a new personna. Coming on the scene, Nightveil finally realizes her unconscious desires freed the unhinged Black Commando, and that she is indirectly responsible for the creation of …Rad!! “The Destruction Of Ms. Victory” is written by Bill Black, drawn by Black and Robert Walker, and inked by Dell Barras. It guest stars Jennifer Wayne-Burke, Nathan Margold, Jason Burke and Captain Tom Kelly. Features the origin of Rad. Then, who killed Judge Diskin? Was it Nirvana, The Masquerader, or The Terrorist, once a superhero, now second in command to Kuromoko, the powerful crime boss? The Scarlet Scorpion fights desparately to solve the riddle while gangland armies gear up for “Terror In The Streets”, written and drawn by Rik Levins, and inked by Bill Black. Color cover by Robert Walker and John Beatty, interiors are color throughout. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1987.

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Nightveil 6

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ALL COLOR!!! The Black Commando is loose and on the run-and the first place he runs to is old flame Laura(Nightveil)Wright. But after almost four decades in stasis, how could he find her? Could it be…magic? Not that it matters that much to NV, but The ‘Commando appears to be crazy, and hell-bent on murdering the people he holds responsible for putting him in cold storage. What would her teammates on the Femforce think of all this? “Black Magic And Commando Tactics” is written by Bill Black, drawn by Erik Larsen and Richard Hackenberg, with inks by Doug Hazlewood. Guest starring Clarke Gibson and Nathan Margold. Then, The Scarlet Scorpion escapes from the clutches of Kuromoko, (maybe) renews ties with Myla Chang, snags Nirvana and meets up with…The Terrorist, and DOESN’T attend a meeting of the Sentinels Of Justice. All in “Deals”, written and drawn by Rik Levins, and inked by “Victor Lazlo”(Pete Iro) Color cover by Bill Black, interiors are color throughout. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1986.

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Nightveil 5

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ALL COLOR!!! New artist (and soon to be comic creative superstar ) Erik Larsen comes on board the Nightveil strip, while she continues to grapple with life in the contemporary “real” world, and a ghost from Laura’s past resurfaces. Dan Barton, also known as The Black Commando (and Laura’s one-time fiancee) breaks out of his three decades in stasis. But she is unaware that he is still alive, and thinks back on her past, her origin, and their time together. Could her own mystical powers have figured in his escape? “Coming Out Party” is written by Bill Black, drawn by Erik Larsen and inked by Bill Black and Bill Anderson. Guest starring Senator Thomas Wright and The Blue Bulleteer. Then, reprinted from the black and white Paragon Publications original Fun Comics #1, it’s Nightveil in “Love/Death” A young boy’s attachment for his grandfather keeps the deceased man’s spirit trapped in his corpse, until NV convinces the boy to let go. Story and art by Bill Black, the first time this story has been seen in color. Finally, NV acts as host and narrator in a fantasy story called “First Night On The Job”, written by Phil White, and drawn by Alex Miclat. Special editorial and back cover photo of Charles Starrett as the Durango Kid-in color. Color cover by Erik Larsen and

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Nightveil 4

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ALL COLOR!!! Trying to rejoin the “real” world after her years of arcane studies, Nightveil assumes her Laura Wright identity to try to regain control of her familie’s financial holdings. When her own attorney tries to kill her, Nightveil doen’t suspect that he is actually a slave of Umbra, Voodoo Priestess!! While trying to help guest star The Shade to control the spirit voices that assail him, she is drawn into fiery battle with zombies in a rotting New Orleans mansion. Will she survive long enough to join the Femforce? “Voodoo Moon” is written by Steve Ringgenberg, drawn by Mark Heike, and inked by Doug(The Flash)Hazlewood. While Nirvana escapes, The Scarlet Scorpion is pulleed into the machinations of the Asian master criminal Kuromoko, in “Masks”. Written by Rik Levins, drawn by Erik Larsen, and inked by Rick Burchett. Guest-starring The Masquerader.Color painted cover by Dave Dorman, interiors are all color. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1985.

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Nightveil 3

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ALL COLOR!!! Caught in a battle between two fanatical factions Femforcer Nightveil is drawn into a confrontation with N’Shuggoth The Unspeakable- spawn of Chaos, first and last of The Mad Gods. When she thought the demon worm wanted to kill her, it was bad enough-imagine her shock when the thing looks upon her as-the perfect MATE!! “The Kiss” is written by Steve Ringgenberg, drawn by Mark Heike, and inked by Doug(Death Of Superman)Hazlewood. Then The Scarlet Scorpion trades punches, gunshots and knifeblades with a distaff contract killer in “Nighttime With Nirvana!!” Script and art by Rik Levins and Erik(Savage Dragon)Larsen, with inks by Don Hillsman. Guest starring Inspector Trent, Dr Judy Weissman, Kuromoko and Mark(The Terror)Benton.

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Nightveil 2

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ALL COLOR!!! Little Wendy went to chuch, but she didn’t go to pray; for in this church, the cross dripped blood-and little girls were brought to slay!! A mystical premonition warns Nightveil that a group of mad cultists will attempt to sacrifice a young girl at an abandonded church, in order to summon a demon, but not even future Femforce member NV can guess that the rite WILL actually bring forth- N’Shuggoth!! “Blood Rites” is written by Steve Ringgenberg, drawn by Mark Heike, and inked by Bill Anderson. Then it’s the start of a new back-up series- fresh from his origin appearance in Americomics #6, the Sentinels Of Justice’s Scarlet Scorpion starts up his war with Vinnie Fulton’s East Coast mob in earnest. But first, he must deal with the deadly assasin known as …Nirvana. This untitled story is written and drawn by Rik Levins, and inked by Don (Damage) Hillsman. It guest stars Inspector Trent, Kuromok, and Mark Benton- The Terror. Nightveil pinup by Mark Propst. Color cover by Mark Heike and Bill Anderson, interiors are all color. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1985.

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Nightveil 1

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ALL COLOR!!! Born to wealthy parents, Laura Wright enjoyed the easy life of a young socialite- until the onset of World War II. Her involvement with and apparent death of a young government espionage agent inspired her to adopt costume and mask as The Blue Bulleteer ,( Heavily influenced by actual Fox Features Golden Age character, The Phnatom Lady.) and fight the foes of democracy. Years later, at age 40, Laura was all but finished as a crime-fighter, when her life was altered by thr quasi-dimensional being known as Azagoth. She would train for years in the arcane arts, have her youth restored, and return as …Nightveil, Sorceress Supreme !! One of AC’s most popular protagonists, and a future member of both the Sentinels Of Justice and the Femforce, she is actually the continuation of the PL character publisher Bill Black used for years in his successful Paragon Pubs line of black and white magazines. This book picks up right where events left of in Fun Comics #4,as NV has her climactic battle with the undead wizard king, Tharu-Oron, in “The Veil Rips”. It is written by Steve Ringgenberg, and drawn by Mark Heike. The visuals on this tale are unique- since it takes place on three different planes of reality, three separate art reproductions are employed- fully painted pencil renderings for Dark Dhagor, standard inked line art for Earth, and half-toned finished pencils with flat printed color for the void between dimensions. A printing experiment not seen before or since. Then, a second story utilizing traditional comic art- “Deathstalk!” At home in her Everglades sanctum after her other-dimensional battles, Nightveil must stave off the attack of the hideous she-demon Gorgana!! Story by Steve Ringgenberg, drawn by Mark Heike and inked by Bill (Elementals)Anderson. Interior cover text bio of Nightveil, back cover pinup by Dave Matthews and John Beatty. Color cover by Paul Gulacy, interiors are all color. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1984.

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She-Cat 5A

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Five years after production was halted, AC tried again with a solo series on She-Cat, picking up the numbering where it left off. Due to an accident at the distributors, MOST copies of She-Cat 5 were destroyed before being distributed. Neeeding to go back to press to cover unfilled orders, a new cover was produced, and She-Cat 5a was born. Storywise, it’s the same as the original #5; a crossover with the “Miami Gang War ” going on in the Femforce, (issues 78-84) as the villainous Iron Jaw and his opponents make a bloody mess of South Florida, in “Iron Jaw Takes Over”, scripted and inked by Bill Black, with pencils by Richard(The Count)Rome. While Colt languishes in jail, and Cat-Man and Kitten (in a separate but related solo story, “The Glistening Jaws Of Death”, with art by Chris Allen and Mark Heike )) take to the streets in search of the metal-mouthed monster, we get a recap of She-Cat’s origin. Then, enter two of Iron Jaw’s most interesting mobsters- the beautiful but deadly team of hired murderesses known as “Puss N’ Boots!!” Written and inked by Black, and drawn by Rome. Color cover by Brad Gorby, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1995

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She-Cat 4

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Plotlines converge as She-Cat returns to FF headquarters just as The Black Commando and friend reach Central Florida. Thinking the super-team’s home might be the safest haven for his charge, The ‘Commando only succeeds in putting all parties concerned into an ambush. Upon learning that they’re both being manipulated by the same antagonist, The ‘Cat and The ‘Commando grudgingly team up. “The Cat And The Commando” is written and drawn by Billie Marimon, and inked by John Dell. It guest stars Colt, Jack Hughes, General Gordon, Barney and “Badlands” Beatty. Then- a “retro” story-that-never-was, as a REAL Golden Age story (starring a certain famous “junior” from Fawcett Publications) is reworked into “Captain Paragon, Jr., as he faces the menace of: “The Panther Man”. Very bizarre. Color cover by Marimon and John Beatty, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.

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She-Cat 3

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She-Cat quite suddenly finds that the mysterious woman known as Black Mantis is NOT an enemy, but her biggest ally- with an interesting family background. Meanwhile, Captain Freedom is pulled deeper into the deception, and yet MORE hired thugs set upon Colt.This untitled story is written and drawn by Billie Marimon, and inked by Ralph Cabrera. And ,The Black Commando has gotten off his revenge track, and pulled into bodyguarding the wife of a South American drug lord. Is this guy a bad guy, or a good guy? An untitled story written and drawn by Billie Marimon, and inked by Ralph Cabrera. Color cover by Billie Marimon and John Beatty, interiors are Black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1990

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If you think things were resolved last issue, forget it- General Gordon is aquitted, he springs the psychotic Barney from jail, a female mercenary named Mantis, Colt AND some mysterious ninjas are ALL on She-Cat’s tale, and, oh, yeah; she gets framed for murder, too. It’s hard to see how she’ll get out of this “Cat Hunt”. Written and drawn by Billie(Damage)Marimon, with inks by Mark(Lobo)Propst. Then- he’s superpowered, out of his era, on the loose- and crazy as a bedbug- it’s “The Black Commando” !! Out of stasis and on the hunt for the government scientists that locked him up forty years before. Written and drawn by Billie Marimon, and inked by Ralph Cabrera. Color cover by Marimon and John Beatty, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.

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She-Cat 1

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The Femforce’s own feline fury, She-Cat gets her own solo series as the physical changes in her manifested by the deteriorating bond with the human side that holds the cat-demon inside her in check cause her government bosses to begin viewing her as a security risk. Rather than face a cover-up and crackdown, she bolts the Femforce, to hit the road. Crossing paths with a psychotic killer and Captain Freedom, both are shocked to learn who sent the madman- but not before two are dead. Action, intrigue, blood, bullets, and a new costume, in “Stray Cat”, written and drawn by Billie Marimon, with inks by John(JLA)Dell. It guest stars General Gordon and Colt. Plus, a vintage Golden Age classic reprint- Nyoka The Jungle Girl in “The Deadly Photo”, reprinted from Charlton’s Zoo Funnies #10, with art by Paul Parker. Color cover by Marimon, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.

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Curse of the She-Cat 1

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The savage she-demon and charter member of the Femforce in her first solo book, this one-shot anolmaly gave readers more insight into the ancient evil cat-diety Sehkmet, who posseses She-cat and fuels her powers. The rest of the origin story herin was later refuted as a ruse, and the true details of ‘Cat’s beginnings were eventually chronicled in Femforce Up Close #4. But this entertaining piece of fiction(not considered to be part of official Femforce continuity) was written by James Misson, and pencilled by Larry(Rock Comics) Nadolsky, with finishes by Mark Propst, Billie Marimon and Bill Black. Also contains a humorous two-pager where She-cat comes to visit AC editor/publisher Bill Black; written and drawn by Billie Marimon. Color cover by Billie Marimon and Bill Black, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.

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Femforce Pin-up Portfolio 5

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Special Superbabes edition!!! Fifth great issue-all color! This special edition has all the fantastic full-page sexy Femforce shots of previous issues, with several unique twists. Produced in conjunction with the successful “Superbabes” licensed roll-playing game (based on the gals of the AC universe), it also features pieces by all the favorite FF artists, AND the winners of the second annual pin-up portfolio art contest. But that’s not all- in addition, their are 16 great illustrations of the Femforce lovelies done by some of the industries’ biggest names- Jerry(Superman)Ordway, JacksonThe Flash)Guice, John(Batman)Beatty, Mike(Punisher)Zeck, Jeff(The Badger)Butler, Rik(X-O,Manowar)Levins, Jordi(Star Wars)Ensign, Vic(Freak Force)Bridges, Andy(Quasar)Smith, Billie(Damage)Marimon, Brian Stelfreeze, Chris(Legion Of Superheroes)Sprouse, Brad(Aquaman)Vancata, Andre(Little Orphan Annie)Pepoy, and Terry(Strangers In Paradise)Moore. This art was commissioned and produced over a period of years as a birthday present for AC publisher Bill Black, who in turn made it a gift to the fans by printing them here. The biggest issue yet, it stars Ms. Victory, She-Cat, Tara, Nyoka, Dragonfly, Black Venus, Synn, Stardust, Colt, Buckaroo Betty, Jet Girl, Kitten, Yankee Girl, Miss Masque, Valkyrra, Nightveil, Blue Bulleteer, Black Phantom, Rayda, Rad The Blonde Bomber and a fun giant-woman GTS shot of Garganta. With art by: Mark Moore, Brad Gorby, Mark Heike,Chris Allen, Joseph Mbeh, Steve Likens, Mike Haner, Steve Haas, Jeffery Guice, Jim Gillespie, Stephanie(Big Bang)Sanderson, Anthony Carpenter, Pat Carlucci, Manuel Benavides, David St. Albans, Leah Adezio, Michael McDaniel, Chris Ousley, Charlene Peterson, Octavio Roman, Malorie Shannon, Pete(Robin)Woods, Joseph Silver, Paul Soler, Jeff Tompkins, and Kylie Ann Young. Color cover by Jerry Ordway, full color throughout. 48 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1995.

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Femforce Pin-Up Portfolio 4

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All color, bonus pull-out poster!!! Fourth volume in this history-making glamour study of AC’s top female super characters the Femforce, and all their friends. (And even a few foes, too.) Besides pieces by the best professionals, this issue presented the winners of AC’s first pin-up portfoloio art contest- ten great up-and-coming talents never previously seen in the pages of an AC book. All full-page, full-figure illustrations, this year all in full color- plus, a full color Brad Gorby -drawn poster featuring the Femforce team members that folds out to a size four times the dimensions of the comic book, bound into the center.Additional pages, too- and nothing but great “good girl art” from cover to cover. You’ll see: Ms. Victory, Nightveil, She-Cat, Stardust, Synn, Buckaroo Betty, Yankee Girl, Colt, Black Venus, Miss Masque, Nyoka, Dragonfly, Camilla, Tiger Girl, Cave Girl and Rulah, Black Phantom, Kitten, Jet Girl, Umbra, Darkfire, Rad, Stella Stargaze, Madame Boa, Lady Luger, Singapore Sal, Nirvana, Alizarin Crimson, and loads of Blue Bulleteers- even a nice GTS glam shot of giantess Garganta. Artists include Dick Ayers, Bill Black, Vic Bridges, Brad Gorby, Mark Heike, Chad Hunt, Greg Horn, Lee Larkins, Rik Levins, Billie Marimon, Scott Nemmers, Nick Northey, Jim Sander III, Stephanie Sanderson (first AC published work), David Matsuoka, Tony Santangelo, Celestino Galabasa, J. S. Moore, Dan Perez,Eric Headington, Chris Tirri, Jason Christenson and Tim Davis. Color cover by Mark Heike, full color throughout. 44 pages, (plus pull-out poster ) standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce Pin-up Portfolio 3

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Special color section!!! Third issue of this pioneering annual focusing on the glamorous charms of the ladies of the Femforce, as seen in there quieter moments, with a special emphasis this year on the revived Golden Age gals, the heroines from The Vault Of Heroes. Spectacular, full-page drawings by some of the top “good girl artists” in the industry. Starring Ms. Victory, Nightveil, She-Cat, Synn, Tara, Stardust, Colt, Fem Paragon, Janis Lawson, Black Phantom, Blue Bulleteer, Stella Stargaze, Dragonfly, Miss Masque, Jet Girl, Stormy Tempest, Sheena, Yankee Girl, Black Venus, Kitten, Nyoka, Lady Luger, Camilla, and The Raptress. Artist include John Beatty, Bill Black, Richard(The Count)Rome, John Dell, Bill Feret, Norb Frydrych, Brad Gorby, Norman Hardy, Jr., Mark Heike, Andrew Hope, Chad Hunt, Rik Levins, Bill Marimon, Will Meugniot, and Nick Northey, Color cover by Bill Black and Mark Heike, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 32 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1990

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Femforce Pin-Up Portfolio 2

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The second edition of comicdom’s original sultry glamor special, chock full of cheesecake illustrations of the entire Femforce cast and supporting characters.This issue includes:Ms. Victory, Nightveil, She-Cat, Rad, Buckaroo Betty, Cave Girl, Tara, Blue Bulleteer, Sudz McFloozy, Colt, Nyoka, Foxfire and more, as drawn by John Beatty, Bill Black, Rafael(Ralph)Cabrera, Paul Daly, Dan Davis, John Dell, Norb Frydrych, Darren Goodhart, Mark Heike, Bill Koch, Lee Larkins, Rik Levins, Bill Lux, Bill Marimon, Jim Sanders III, Don Secrease, Brad Vancata, Art Adams, Craig Hamilton, Mike Mignola and Bill Willingham. Great “good girl art” throughout. Color cover by Bill Lux, b&w photo back cover (of Joi Lansing as Ms. V.), interiors are black and white with graytones. 32 pages, standard comics format. Printed in 1988

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Femforce Pin-Up Portfolio 1

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The first, the original “swimsuit special”! See the gorgeous girls of the Femforce, their frinds, foes and supporting characters, in glamorous, sexy . full-page, full-figure shots. Loads of guest aetists, guest characters, and interesting situations and costume variations. Characters include: Ms. Victory, Nightveil, She-Cat, Stardust, Synn, Tara, Rad, Colt, Dragonfly, Stella Stargaze, Chili Con Carnage, Tangerine Dream,Woman In White, Foxfire, Penny Pontoons, White Heat, The Blonde Bomber, Blue Bulleteer, and Rio Rita. Artists include: Art Adams, John Beatty, Howard Bender, Bill Black, Vic Bridges, Pat Broderick, Rafael(Ralph)Cabrera, Dan Davis, John Dell, Norb Frydrych, Darren Goodhart, Mark Heike, Lee Larkins, Alan Larsen, Rik Levins, Bill Lux, Bill Marimon, Cindy Martin, David Matthews, Bob McLeod, Jim Sanders III, Angelique St. Pierre, and Robert Walker. Color cover by Bill Black, interiors are black and white with graytones. 32 pages, Standard comic book format. Printed in 1987.

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Dragonfly 8

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Aleyta and Ken/Psiborg spar as the spirit of Dragonfly is sent to the dimension of the insect diety, Zzara to decide if she will live or die, in this untitled story. The final verdict is live, but Dragonfl’s solo book dies, as this is the last issue of the series. The storyline is finished off in Fem Fantastique #1, and D-fly later moves on to join the Femforce for several years. Color cover by Rik Levins, story and pencils by Levins, inks by John Dell and Alan Larsen. Full color throughout, standard comic book format. Printed in 1987.

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Dragonfly 7

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“Ghost Story”. D-fly’s late fiance’ Ken and the villainous Psiborg are back-and they are one in the same. This cannot be a good thing. As Nancy sorts out her feelings,Stardust (of the Femforce) kidnaps Aleyta, the son of the Red Butcher strikes, and guest star The Shade can only begin to wonder how all this fits into the master plan of… the Black Shroud!! Story by Wes Covington and Rik Levins, pencils by Levins, inks by Allan(Rik Levins)Madera. Red monochrome cover by Levins, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1987.

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Dragonfly 6

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Nancy is plagued by nightmares, even as Kuromoko, Anteas and the son of The Red Butcher play out the schemes of the Black Shroud. Neither the advances of a married co-worker, or the attack of the villain “Skyjack” can shock D-fly as much as the sudden return of- her fiance’?? Story and art by Wes Covington and Rik Levins, with inks by Kevin Dzuban and Dell(Flash Gordon)Barras. Color cover by Levins and Bill Black, color Femforce Western Jam back cover, color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1987.

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Dragonfly 5

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“The Mantis Mandate, Part II” has D-fly and the Scarlet Scorpion dueling with more economy-sized arthropods than you can shake a stick at, and not even the Masqueraders’ help seems like enough. Kuromoko and Anteas plot while Nancy’s former brother-in-law kidnaps his own daughter. Life will have to get easier on d-fly once she joins the Femforce. Guest-starring Inspector Trent. Story and pencils by Rik Levins, inks by Viktor(Pete Iro)Lazlo. Color cover by Levins, color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1986.

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Dragonfly 4

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It’s insect pests aplenty as giant bugs invade the future Femforcers’ hometown of Newark, as Dr. Gunther Manning , alias Mantis Man makes his first appearance. in “The Mantis Mandate”. Nancy’s sister and niece are terrorized by Janies’ ex-husband, and Psiborg plots to use the late fiances’ body. But help is on the way with the New Jersey pest problem, as guest star Scarlet Scorpion (of the Sentinels Of Justice) fights side- by-side with D-fly. Guest cameos by Inspector Trent (the Original Scarlet Scorpion) and The Masquerader. Script and art by Rik(Remo Williams, The Destroyer)Levins, with inks by Kevin Dzuban. Color cover by Levins and Bill Anderson, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1986.

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Dragonfly 3

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Her fiance is dead-but not gone. And neither is that pesky Psiborg. But Nancy Arazello, A. K. A. Dragonfly must contend with the fact that the alien she works with is a renegade Rurian,and trouble erupts when another Rur-born super-type, Stardust shows up to take her home.Within a few years, Dusty and D-fly would be teammates on the Femforce, but right now, it’s a five-alarm slugfest between them in “An Alien Light”. Guest-starring Captain Paragon (Come to think of it, he and Dusty would be teammates in the Sentinels of Justice before she even joins the FF! That Rurian in yellow gets around!) and Richard and Nikki Latimer. Story and art by Rik(Judge Dredd)Levins, with inks by Rafael(Ralph)Cabrera. Color cover by Levins and Jerry(Superman)Ordway, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1986.

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Dragonfly 2

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The heroine who never wanted to be is back, and staves off the coldly evil Psiborg,while her abusive brother-in-law threatens, and an undercover alien infiltrates her areospace workplace in “Cycle Of Fire”. If not for the fact that her disgruntled boyfriend is trying to make a deal with the insect diety who accidently gave her superpowers, things would be great ! How will D-fly ever last long enough to join the Femforce? Art and story by Rik(Avengers)Levins, with inks by Jim Sanders III. Includes a pinup by Mark(Lobo)Propst. Color cover by Levins and John Beattty, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1985.

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Dragonfly 1

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Rik (Captain America) Levins’ creation in the fist issue of her own book, as the reluctant superheroine tries to master her newfound powers, and pacify the fiance’ who wishes he had them instead. The future Femforce member takes on her first major villain as she battles the otherworldly Psiborg, while she tries to help her abused sister. Contemporary superheroics with strong real-life characterization in a book-length story that picks up where her origin in Americomics #4 left off; it’s written and drawn by Rik Levins, with inks by Jim Sanders III and Rafael (Ralph) Cabrera. Pinups by Vic Bridges, John Beatty and Ken Mitchroney. Color cover by Mark Heike and Bill Black, color interiors. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1985.

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Dragonfly : Cycle of Fire Graphic Novel

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AC/Paragon’s first venture into the graphic novel format, this book reprints the contents of Dragonfly #’s 1 and 2, covering tghe future Femforcer’s first major battles as a superheroine. The former Nancy Arazello must stave off the attacks of Psiborg, while dealing with the affect that gaining superpowers have on her resentful fiance, and her victimized sister.Learning to fly and move things telekinetically is hard enough without having to contend with playmates like The Red Butcher, let alone her abusive ex-brother-in-law. Also recaps Dragonfly’s origin. Written and pencilled by Rik(Hardcorps)Levins, with inks by Jim Sanders III and Ralph Cabrera. Painted (cardstock)color cover by Rik Levins, Mark Heike and Billie Marimon , interiors are black and white with graytones. 48-page, squarebound comic format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce Frightbook 1 SOLD OUT!!

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THIS BOOK IS NOW COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!! Strange hybrid- Golden Age & 1950’s reprints introduced by Femforce members Ms. Victory, Stardust, Tara & Nightveil. “The Ladt & The Monster” (starring The Frightenstein Monster & Lady Luger!!) by Dick Briefer; “The Report” &”River of Blood” by Bob Powell; and “The Lonely” by Howard Nostrand. 36 pages, b&w with color cover, standard comic book size & format; saddle stitched. Printed in 1992.

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Untold Origin of Ms. Victory 1

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Special one-shot that takes place early in the career of AC’s top superheroine (and Femforce team leader) Ms. (at that time, Miss ) Victory. Soon after aquiring her amazing powers in the early 1940’s, Joan Wayne donned costume and mask to fight crime. But she was a scientist, not a fighter, and super powers or not, she wasn’t very good. Taken under the wing of Dr. Kent Feral Jr, the world’s most perfect human, she will begin to learn the skills to become an effective crime-fighter. She will also develope a personal relationship with Feral that will alter the course of her life for years to come. Before the story is over, she’ll have picked uo enough to defeat Panzer, the superhuman woman and German powerhouse. Guest starring Octavia Howard, Captain Paragon, Dr. Samuel Farraday, The Black Commando and Reginald Blodgett. This untitled story is written and drawn by Billie Marimon and Rik Levins, and inked by Mark Propst. Color cover by Billie Marimon and Bill Black, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format

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Synn Special 1

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There is no one less likely to have ended up as a superhero than Silva Synn. A former exotic dancer whose tragic past led her to live life on the wild side, kidnapped and experimented on by a renegade scientist working for a twisted secret cabal, the scientific tampering unleashing the universe-shattering power to warp reality in the simple girl. Though a long-time member of the Femforce, (so the other members can keep an eye on her, as much as anything) she is still misunderstood and alienated, even by her own teammates. When a mob-backed kidnapping turns strange and the Femforce is brought in to investigate, Synn and guest star Tara Fremont uncover a strange, otherworldly presence that dates back hundreds of years. Can Synn’s synestropic powers free a non-human, yet tortured soul? “Objects In Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear”, is filled with giant, bat-winged pigs, dissolving rooms, skyscraper-filling mucus, walking corpses and disembodied aliens, along with more Pink Floyd in-jokes than you can shake a “Cigar” at! It is written, drawn and inked by Mark Heike. Then, a text overview of the history of the Synn character and how it affected the writer, in “I Can’t Get Her Out Of My Head”, also by Heike, a reprint of the origin and first appearance of Synn , from Paragon Illustrated #2, in 1970, written and drawn by Bill Black, a Synn index (to date, at that time) and an interview with Sydney Foxx, the beautiful actress who portrayed Synn in Bill Black’s unfinished film, “Bloodsuckers From Outer Space”, profusely illustrated with stills from the movie. Plus, a Bill Black-Mark Heike centerspread drawing of Synn. Color wraparound cover by Mark Heike, black and white photo inside covers, interiors are black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.

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Ms Victory Special 1

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ALL COLOR!!! Comic’s first female superheroine and leader of the Femforce got her first-ever solo special back in 1985, and this is it. “Ms. Victory At Sea” shows us some of Joan Wayne’s ( Ms. V’s alter ego) home life, including daughter Jennifer and grandson Jason, her relationship ( professional and otherwise ) with government liason Captain Tom Kelly, and a knock-down, drag-out battle with Mitre, Mistress of Metal, in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. A book-length contemporary adventure of this historic, important and long-running character, in full color. Story by Phil White, drawn by Cynthia(Star Wars)Martin, with inks by Palle Jensen. Color cover by Mark Heike and Bill Black, interiors are all color. 36 pages, standard comic book format, printed in 1985.

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Miss Victory Golden Anniversary Special 1

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Ms. Victory, AC Comics top supercharacter and leader of the long-running Femforce superteam, is actually a continuation of comics FIRST costumed superheroine, Miss Victory. This extra thick special celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of her creation. Initially appearing in the Golden Age of comics in the Helnit(later to become Holyoke Comics) publication, Captain Fearless, she would later be revived in the ’80’s by AC as Ms. Victory. This volume reprints key stories in her history, from the 1940’s to contemporary times, starting with her very first appearance in 1941, FIVE of her very best vintage wartime adventures, including an untitled tale from Captain Fearless #2,, September of 1941, written by Alberta Tews and drawn by Charles Quinlan, “Noric, Maniac Of The Opera”, from Captain Aero #11, January of 1944, with art by Nina Albright, “Warido”, drawn by L. B. Cole, from a 1945 Captain Aero,; “Death From The Past”, from Captain Aero #17, October of 1944, and “Globe Of Death, from Captain Aero #23, August of 1945-both stories with art by Nina Albright. And, not only do you get her first modern AC story (as Ms. V.), from 1983’s Captain Paragon #1, IN COLOR, by Mark Heike and Bill Anderson, but also a brand NEW story, ferraturing Rad, Ms. Victory, her daughter Jennifer,(the new Ms. Victory) and guest starring David Burke, The Black Commando , Nathan Margold and The Terror in “Happy Anniversary”, written by Bill Black, drawn by Brad Gorby, and inked by Mark Heike and John Nadeau, also IN COLOR. But wait, there’s more- a text history- “The Evolution Of Ms. Victory”, a Golden Age cover gallery, and color full page pinups of ‘Victory in her various costumes over the years, as rendered by Mark Heike. This book chronicles the story of the one of the first (along with Phantom Lady and The Black Cat in August 1941)female costumed crimefighter in comics. A must-have for the history-minded. Color cover by Bill Black and Mark Heike, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 68 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Fem Fantastique 1

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THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! Intended as a support title to the Femforce comic, this rotating anthology was to contain several solo stories featuring FF members and supporting cast. This premiere issue has the unpredictable Rad running afoul of a race of little aliens with an ill-fated scheme to clone her. (Guest-starring Stardust.) This untitled tale is written and partially inked by Bill Black, and pencilled by Vic Bridges. Editor Black does some reprographic experimentation on this piece, shooting halftones directly from Bridges’ uninked pencils in some sequences.Then, its the conclusion of the Dragonfly saga, (picking up from the final issue of D-fly’s own book, #8) as Dragonfly battles her way out of an other-dimensional Roman-style coliseum, and finally finds her way back to Earth just in time to finally destroy Psiborg, and free her Rurian friend Aleyta. Story by Rik Levins, pencils by Levins and Billie Marimon (his first assignment for AC Comics) and inks by John Dell. Bonus vintage photo section- Spotlight On Betty Page Color cover by Mark Heike, black and white interior with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1988.

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Colt 1

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The pint-sized weapons expert (who would one day lead the Femforce ) here in her own special, battles old enemy Trailblazer to save new friend Tara Fremont and her wildlife preserve in “Terror Off Jungle Island”, by Don Secrease, Kevin Dzuban and David Zimmerman. Guest-starring Black Diamond, with cameos by Colt baddie Mr. Coffin, and Paragon nemesis. Kuromoko. Back-up story is the first and only AC appearance of “The Specialists”- Domino, Lionmane and Lioness, Jack Knife, Thunderhawk and Ata-Burr. Billed as:”The Detective Agency To End All Detective Agencies”. By Don Secrease, Rick Burchett, Paul Ryan and Bill Black. All original material, not seen before or since. Color cover by Paul Gulacy, interiors are black and white . 52-page standard comic format. Printed in 1985.

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Blue Bulleteer Special 1

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A special celebration of a quarter century of adventures of the scantily-clad sharpshooter and Femforce favorite; includes a text history of the character, a new Bill Black story of her first encounter with arch villainess Alizarin Crimson, “All Exciting Comics”, a new retro-style BB tale guest-starring the Black Terror and Rocketman, as they team up to defeat Lady Luger in the late 1940’s; “Ace of Spades” a great Golden Age Phantom Lady reprint, with art by Matt Baker (from Phantom Lady #20, October 1948 ) “The Lust Of Lady Luger” by Bill Black and Mark Heike,( Heike’s first -ever assignment done for AC/Paragon Pubs.) reprinted from Femforce Special #1, extensive photo coverage on the “Nightveil’s Nightmare Theater” video project, with still of Mary Capps as BB,plus Brad Gorby, John Beatty and Chuck Capps as featured players. Color Photo front and back covers of Mary as BB, black and white interiors.63/4′ X 93/8″ comic book format. Printed in 1996.

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Blue Bulleteer 1

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Wild, good girl art superheroics with AC’s homage to Fox Features’ Phantom Lady.( And charter Femforce member) BB’s first solo book;this issue includes a recap of her origin, and guest appearances by The Black Commando, Rio Rita, and The Bulleteer. Cover by Bill Lux, stories include ” Double Trouble For Lady Luger”, by Bill Black, Bill Lux and John Dell; “Double Trouble, Part 2 “, by Bill Black, Nick Centanni and John Dell, and “The Blue Bulleteer vs. The Magnet”, a slightly reworked Golden Age Bulletman and Bulletgirl story, with art by Bill Ward. Color cover with black and white, toned interiors. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1989

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Femforce Up Close 11

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On Dark Dhagor, the home of Azagoth, and training ground fro Nightveil, disaster looms. The evil sorceress Vivarna now holds sway, and Nightveil’s mentor fears the worst is yet to come- when that tremendous arcane force turned evil, The Darkshade arrives. Will even Nightveil herself be safe from its foul taint? “The Devil On Dark DHagor!” is written by Bill Black, and illustrated by Black, Dick Ayers and Mark Heike. It features cameos by The Shade, Black Phantom, and Gorgana., and a short text feature on the history of The Shade. Then, Nightveil faces off with the hideous Gorgana in a mystic duel to the finish just outside NV’s Everglades haven, in “Swamp Demon”, written by Steve Ringgenberg, drawn by Mark Heike and inked by Bill Anderson. This is a reprint of a story originally published in Nightveil #1. Color cover by Bill Black and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1994.

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Femforce Up Close 10

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Ever since emerging from The Vault of Heroes , former Golden Age heroine Yankee Girl has been unhappy in our present-day world.The most direct solution to that problem would seem to be to go back in time to the era she came from-the 1940’s. So, when a scheme to trick Dr. Carlos Jimenez into using his Time Triangle to send her back goes awry, and a deadly World War II villainess named Divine Wind is mistakenly brought into the present instead- well, lets just say it doen’t improve YG’s mood much. Never mind that she’s also snatched a mysterious, unstable weapon of ultimate destruction, and retreated to the past with it. “You Can’t Go Home Again” is plotted and penciled by Dave Roberts, with a scrit by Mark Heike, and inks by Chris Allen. It guest stars Jet Girl, and General Strock. This story is concluded in Sentinels Of Justice Vol. 2, #3, and is reprinted in the Femforce graphic novel, Timestorm. Then, Tara Fremont takes a short trip back to her Jungle Island refuge, where her old friend Janis Lawson is entertaining her Uncle Teddy, a world-renouned archeologist. Before long, all three are embroiled in a plot involving modern-day pirates in “Treasure And Treachery”, written and drawn by Bret Wesner. Color cover by Dave Roberts and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1994.

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Femforce Up Close 9

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Synn feels left out when the new boss of the Femforce, General Roberta Strock(her first AC appearance) is reluctant to give her any outside responsibilities in the new FF reorganization. When a distress call from Rita Farrar in South America comes in, Synn decides to handle it herself to prove to Strock and the others how competent she is.A simple case of a corrupt land developer turns dangerous when he aquires an Amazonian crown with mystical powers, that transforms him into a giant, rampaging mutant. “When A Tree Falls In The Forest” is plotted by Tillman Smoot, scripted by Bill Black and Mark Heike, drawn by Chris Allen (his first full feature for AC) and inked by Mark Heike It guest stars Ms. Victory, She-Cat, Tara and Nightveil, along with one of the Gammazons From Galaxy G. Has GTS giant woman sequences. Color cover by Bill Black and Nark Heike, full color throughout. Standard comic book format, printed in 1994

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A helpless dupe and on the run with Stella Stargaze for some time, the unstable giantess Garganta is finally found by Tara Fremont and the Femforce. Taking the misunderstood giant woman to her Jungle Island refuge for safe keeping, Tara hopes that she and her biotechs may figure out a way to shrink the GTS star down to normal size-and in the bargain, help Tara learn to control her own newfound growing powers. When a small cache of malignant energy left on the island by The Black Shroud’s occupation some months before causes local wildlife to mutate, the twin towers must fight for their lives. Good girl art, giant cat-fights and all sort of bikini’d size-changing mayhem abound in “Infestation From Space”, written by Drake Letcher, drawn by Jun Lofamia and Manny Pantaleon, inked by Jun De Filippe, Nar Castro and Sonny Delos Santos. It guest stars Ms. Victory, Madalyne Macabre, Synn, and She-Cat. Plus-Tara pinup by Gorby and Heike. Full color cover by Tom Simonton and Mark Heike, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1994.

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Femforce Up Close 7

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The marriage of Jennifer Wayne Burke (the new Ms. Victory) and her husband David has been strained since she first gained super powers-but it still comes as a shock to her when she is served with divorce papers from him. When David suddenly disappears, the only way to settle their problems is for her to track him down-little knowing he’s being used as little more than bait by an old enemy. Also, General Gordon’s machinations finally catch up with Colt-and she is arrested. “On The Threshhold Of A Dream” is written by Mark Heike, drawn by Tom Simonton(his first AC work) and inked by Sonny Delos Santos, Nar Castro, Chris Allen, Manny Pantaleon and Mark Heike. It guest stars Joan(the original Ms. Victory)Wayne, Captain Tom Kelly, Colt, Umbra, and The Avenger. Full color cover by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1994.

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Femforce Up Close 6

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Starring Ms. Victory and She-Cat. Anti-paranormal mania is sweeping across our nation’s capital, and public opinion is rapidly moving toward registration and control of all super-powered beings. A rash of bloody murders in the Washington area just as an international council on the subject is being held there seem to point to She-Cat as the culprit, but when it turns out to be another savage were-beast, his true identity is quite a shock. “Catspaw” is plotted by Steven L. Myers, scripted by Bill Black, drawn by Dick Ayers and Brad Gorby, and inked by Nar Castro and Mark Heike. It guest-stars Paragon, Synn, Stardust, General Gordon, Jennifer Burke, Rio Rita, The Blue Bulleteer, Sehkmet, Proxima and Octavia Howard. It features a Golden Age flashback sequence, and the first appearance of Ms. Victory’s “new” (current) costume. Full color cover by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike, fgull color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1993.

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It is the spring of 1943, and the American homefront seems peaceful and quiet- but not so for the Wright family, as Senator Thomas Wright, father of Laura(Blue Bulleteer)Wright is kidnapped by Axis agents. Against impossible odds, BB must use all of her wits, intelligence and fighting skill just to find her father- and the power of love to save him. Learn just what an able fighter Nightveil was long before she attained mystical powers, as well as details on her origin and her mother’s fate in “Thanks Given”- a book length story plotted by Steven L. Myers, scripted by Mark G. Keike, drawn by Richard Pollard Sr., and inked by Sonny Delos Santos, Manny Panteleon, Leonard Castro, Bert Gabiano and Ding Abubot. It guest stars The Black Commando and Miss Victory. This issue features particularly lush and sensual “good girl art” done in a retro style particularly evocative of the era. Also features pinups by Jose Dominguez, Bill Black and Brad Gorby. Full color cover by Richard Pollard Sr. and Mark G. Heike, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1992.

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A series of senseless, random murders is plaguing the city, and She-Cat is on the prowl ,to try to ferret out the perpetraror .The utter brutality of the crimes has ‘Cat wax introspective on how hard it has been for to learn to control her bestial side- and we see a detailed flashback of her true origin as the first of the Femforce members to attain her powers. “Major League Hitter!” is plotted and layed out by Richard(The Count)Rome, scripted by Bill Black, drawn by Dick Ayers and inked by Chad Hunt. It guest stars Sehkmet. Then, yet another blast from the past-Nazi criminals are at large in Hollywood in the early days of WWII, and She-Cat crashes the party to try and clean them up, in a reprint of the very first She-Cat story,(originally presented in Femforce Special #1 ) seen here for the first time in color- “Bombs Over Hollywood”. It is written and drawn by Bill Black, and guest stars Lady Luger. Color cover by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike, full color throughout. Standard comic book format, printed in 1993.

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Nancy Arazello never set out to be a superheroine, and her paranormal identity as Dragonfly has set her life on end. With the D-Fly personna more and more dominant , change is the watchward. Fed up even with her temporary membership in the Femforce, she walks out on that, buys a motorcycle and hits the road. But when a biker gathering in Smudgeon, North Dakota turns out to be more of a seance organized to bring back gangleader Psycho Sims as an undead fascist leader, Dragonfly ends up in over her head – and it takes someone quite unexpected to save the day. “The Golden Age Of Leather” ii written by Mark Heike, drawn by Dave Roberts and inked by Jordi Ensign and Mark Heike. Then, a recap of “The Origin Of Dragonfly”, written and drawn by Rik Levins, with inks by Kevin Dzuban. (This is a partial reprint of a story previously seen in Americomics #4.) Color cover by Mark Heike, full color throughout. Standard coic book format. Printed in 1992.

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THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! The Femforces’s alien member, Stardust is in the spotlight this issue, as the upheavil caused by the death of Jason Burke (in Femforce #50 ) leaves her puzzled, coming from a civilization on Rur that discourages the feeling and expressing of emotion in any form. With the help of Nightveil’s magic, she quickly takes a trip back to her homeworld, only to find the things she’s seen on Earth have her questioning her Rurian upbringing. Back on Earth, her budding relationship with David Burke may lead to more interesting revelations- but neither she nor David have considered the impact of gonzo video journalism!! “One Slip” is written by Mark Heike(from an idea by Christie Churms), drawn by Dave Roberts and inked by Jordi Ensign It guest stars Queen Reina and Proxima. Then, Dusty ruminates on her origin and enjoys a solitary celebration of her birthday in “Stardust Memories”. Story and layouts by Richard(The Count)Rome, and finishes by Mark Heike. (This story originally appeared in Femforce #26) Also, pin-ups by Chris Allen and Greg Horn. Color cover by Mark Heike, (from a design by Rik Levins) full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1992.

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