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Femforce 50

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Special 50Th issue!! Countdown To Victory- “The Final Hour- In the final miliseconds before the giant bomb exploded, a high-voltage jolt from the bomb’s circuitry combined with the sight of daughter Jennifer risking all to save her turned Joan Wayne back into Ms. Victory, with the Rad personna expunged from her psyche. Invulnerable Joan and Jen weathered the blast, though Colt sustained injuries. Back at FFHQ, little Jason Burke is happily reunited with his family, but in the midst of exuberant paranormal hijinx, Joan is hit with a stange paroxism, and morphs into a half-Rad on a rampage. The combined might of the remaining FF, the giantess Garganta and half a dozen Vault heroes is not enough to contain her. As the battle rages, a blithely unaware Dragonfly stumbles upon a strange house where Nightveil is entwined in evil-looking tendrils. D-fly is soon joining her. At the height of the Half-Rad battle, Paragon and the Green Lama arrive with a solution that restores Joan to Ms. V. Just when peace has arrived, the worst tradgedy of all occurs, when debris loosened in the fight falls on little Jason Burke. Written by Bill Black, drawn by Black, Richard(The Count)Rome and Dick Ayers, and inked by Mark Heike. Guest starring Buckaroo Betty, Miss Masque, Yankee Girl, Reddevil, Rocketman and Jetgirl, The Avenger, Nikki Latimer, General Gordon and Captain Tom Kelly. Special 50Th anniversary bonus- bound into the center of the book is a 45RPM flexi-disc recording of The Femforce theme song recorded and produced by the New York rock group, The Keys. Color wraparond cover by Bill Black and Mark Heike, all full color throughout. 40-page standard comic format, with bound -in record. Printed in 1992.

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Countdown To Victory #2 While the giantess Garganta stomps through Orlando, the battle between the two Rads takes an unexpected turn . Knockout gas from Fritz Voltzman puts the real Rad back in Lady Luger’s clutches. Jennifer blames the government for husband David’s serious injuries, but when he sees her consoled in the arms of Captain Tom Kelly, that’s little solace. At the worst possible time, Nightveil’s mentor Azagoth calls her to his home dimension.With the weakened Rad strapped to a lethal giant bomb, weasly Fritz Voltzman turns on domineering Luger and locks her in with the explosive. When Colt and Jennifer finally follow the trail to it’s end at the abandoned amusement park, there’s scant seconds to spare before the bomb goes off!! “The Eleventh Hour”, is written by Bill Black, with pencils by Black and Dick Ayers, and inks by Mark Heike and Chad Hunt. It guest stars The Avenger and Buckaroo Betty, General Gordon, Lucifer Sam and Jason Burke. Lots of GTS action. Color cover by Mark Heike (Based on a design by Al Bryant.) interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. printed in 1992.

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Femforce 48

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Countdown To Victory #3 There’s finally a face-off between the phoney Rad (Lady Luger ) and the real thing- a knock-down, drag-out battle at an abandoned amusement park. While Stella Stargaze tries to advance her plan to use giant woman Garganta as a cash cow, the giantess gets wind of things and goes on a rampage. Alizarin Crimson and Capricorn plot more devilment in his home dimension, while David Burke hovers between life and death, injured in Crimson’s last attack. “Rad vs. Rad” is written by Bill Black, drawn by Dick Ayers, and inked by Black, Mark Heike and Chad Hunt. Guest starring Jason Burke, Buckaroo Betty, General Gordon, Captain Tom Kelly, The Avenger, and Miss Masque. Color cover by Dave Roberts and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1992.

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Countdown To Victory #4 A freak attack on the limbo void by a strange being may mean freedom for the recently-consigned Alizarin Crimson, while the weakening Rad turns the tables on Fritz Voltzman by reversing Lady Luger’s own scheme, to trick Fritz into giving her a dilute version of the V vitamin. Suspicious as to what his wife has been up to, David Burke thinks he’s on her trail, when he’s arrested as an accomplice of his mother-in-law, Rad!! When Crimson makes a deal with the creator who inadvertantly freed her (It’s the goat god Capricorn), she returns to Earth with a boost in arcane power, and the charge of bringing Capricorn lots of Earth paranormal souls to feast on. With Nightveil on the scene, there’s sure to be a showdown. “Crimson: Into The Limbo Lost” is written and drawn by Bill Black, with finishes by Mark Heike. Guest starring the Haunted Horseman, General Gordon, and Captain Tom Kelly. Bonus GTS pinup of Garganta by Steve Richards and Mark Heike. Color cover by Bill Black and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1992.

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Femforce 46

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Countdown To Victory #5 With a V-47-deprived Rad held as captive, the now young and super strong Lady Luger plots with Fritz Voltzman to impersonate Rad. While Colt and Jennifer(the new Ms. V.) get closer to the truth, Singapore Sal and her band of cutthroats return to dry land, intent on ransoming Janis Lawson. When Paragon gets wind of this scheme, he and Harry Diamond conspire to set up the baddies. The ersatz Rad hits downtown Orlando like a tornado, and a battle royal with Jennifer ensues, with Colt, She-cat and Stardust able to offer little help. Enter two wildcards- Too Tall Tara and Synn, who take Luger/rad by surprise. This untitled story is written by Bill Black, drawn by Frank Turner, and inked by Mark Heike. Then, Janis is shaken but returned, and strangely forms more of a bond with Garganta than old friend Tara. When Stella Stargaze surmises that the blode-haired giant woman may have developed new empathic powers, she sees dollar signs, as usual. Meanwhile, newly-encarcerated Iron Jaw finds he has a legal champion- the courthouse lion, attorney Rosenblum. “The Love Goddess” is written by Bill Black, drawn by Frank turner, and inked by Mark Heike. Guest starring T. C. Fremont and Buckaroo Betty. Finally, Rosenblum gets Iron Jaw acquitted- for the purpose of turning him into a money-making attraction- as a professional wrestler!! “The Trail Of Iron Jaw” is written and drawn by Bill Black, and guest stars Harry Diamond, Dr. Jonathan Weir, and Dragonfly. Color GTS cover by Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1992.

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Femforce 45

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Something has been wrong with Nightveil for months now, and no one has been more aware of it than her brother, Roger(The Avenger)Wright. When NV taunts him with a stunt that could cost him his life, new found love interest Miss Masquee can barely save him. Enter Azagoth to expose the imposter who has been playing Nightveil’s part all this time, and The Haunted Horseman to haul her away to limbo. But, where is the real Nightveil? This untitled story is written by Bill Black, drwan by Dick Ayers and inked by Black and Mark Heike. This story guest stars Lady Luger, and marks Dick Ayers start as regular artist on the FF. Then, the military officials are called in to ponder the question of what to do with the recedntly-returned Garganta in “A Too Tall Tale”, written by Black, drawn by Dick Ayers, and inked by Mark Heike. Luckily, by stories end, the giant woman has not only regained her powers of reason and speech, but a costume, as well! Guest stars Miss Masque and The Avenger, General Gordon and Captain Tom Kelly. Lots of top GTS art and glamor pinup shots. Color cover by Dave Roberts(his first AC cover) and Bill Black, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1992.

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Femforce 44

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A giant Tara, a giant Nightveil and a giant Garganta (wearing nothing but a couple of strategically-placed starfish, no less) is too much for any invading army to handle, even the Gammazons. “Gammazons From Galxy G, Part II” is written by Bill Black, drawn by Brad Gorby, and inked by Mark Heike. So, when GTS NV blasts their mother ship, the threat is ended. Of course, with Garganta in tow, that leaves the problem of what to do with a non-communicative, nude giant woman in the hands of the FF.Little do they know that even as Colt and Jennifer are on her trail , Rad is about to unknowingly aid two of her greatest enemies , turning Fritz Voltzman and Lady Luger into young, super powered demons, in “Luger Laughs Last”, scripted by Bill Black, with art by Frank Turner. And the final bound-in mini comic is another all-new story, as Cat-man and Kitten visit “Horror House”, written by Bill Black, with art by Billie Marimon. Holyokes’ feline furies of the Golden Age in action in their first solo story since the 1940’s! Giant women, cat-fights, bondage; this issue has a lot of weird stuff-and lots of great “good girl art” Color cover by Bill Black and Brad Gorby, insides are black and white with graytones, plus additional red tones on the mini comic. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce 43

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THIS ISSUE IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! When you have mobile cameras and optics that let you keep every square inch of the globe under constant surveylance, nothing much gets by you. So when the man known as Captain Video (Soon to be chaged to Videxx) sees an impending alien invasion, he can warn the Femforce. And when that invasion force is a troop of giant Amazonian women, you can bet the FF high-tail it down to South America to stop it. You see, since Tara recently gained growing powers, (In Good Girl Art Quarterly #5, to be exact) she can infiltrate the Amazons and find out where their next beachhead will be. Dinosaurs stomp and chomp, and rayguns blasts hit a strange-looking sea creature who begins to change into- Garganta, the 60 foot woman. It’s all in “The Gammazons From Galaxy G”, written by Bill Black, with pencils by Vic Bridges and Brad Gorby, and inks by Chad(The Outsiders)Hunt and Mark Heike. This story contains Video/Videxx’ origin, and is the first Femforce issue that Tara appears as a giantess-GTS fans take note. Elsewhere on the high seas, another group of refugees stumble upon the drifting Janis Lawson. It’s the pirate ship of Singapore Sal, and she, Iron Jaw, Frankenstein and The Clown have just managed to escape the defeat of The Black Shroud on Jungle Island. Maybe Janis was better off weith that shark. “Beauty And The Beast”, story and layouts by Richard(The Count)Rome, finished art by John Nadeau. Then, this issues’s bound -in mini comic features all new story and art as Rocketman and Jetgirl face “The Menace Of The Muckman”, written by Bill Black, with art by Frank Turner. The first modern solo adventure of these revived Golden Age characters from the Harry “A” Chesler line of the 1940’s. Color cover by Vic Bridges and Mark Heike, interior is black and white with graytones, plus yellow ink added on the mini comic. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce 42

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It’s Halloween night, and the Femforce are taking a rare evening off to enjoy the festivities. And, as She-cat herself says, what’s Halloween without a witch? Well, they’ve got one this year as Alizarin Crimson takes the opportunity to attack, turning harmless-looking little trick-or-treaters into horrible, malevolent monstrosities. “Trading Places…Or Which Witch Is Which?” is written by Bill Black, pencilled by Scott Nemmers, and inked by John Nadeau, David(Green Hornet)Mowry and Mark Heike. Guest starring Captain Tom Kelly. Then- Janis Lawson is alone. Adrift on the open sea while the world is in the grip of The Black Shroud’s attack. When a giant shark ravages her boat, all she has left is a shard of broken wood to keep her afloat. Little short of a miracle could save her now… “Shark Bait!” is written and layed out by Richard(The Count)Rome, with art by John Nadeau. As a bonus, this issue comes with a special pullout mini comic bound into the center- The Purple Claw #0. “The Serpent Strkes” is a reprint from Minoan Publishing’s The Purple Claw #2, from 1952, with art by Brown and Gantz. Color cover by Nemmers and Heike, interiors black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce 41

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What if there was a world, very much like our own, only a dimensional vibration away? What if it was like ours in all ways, except that the females were the hunters, the explores and the fighters, and the males took care of home and hearth? A world so much like our own, that they, too had a Paragon, but besides being a woman, she was also far more vicious and ruthless than our own ? And what if our two worlds were to meet? You guessed it, the Fem-Paragon would come right in and take over ours. And she did. And the Femforce cannot match her brute force, they can only defeat her with intelligence. This untitled story is plotted by Lenny Gray, scripted by Bill Black and Mark Heike, pencilled by Lee Larkins, and inked by Mark Heike and Jordi Ensign. It guest stars Paragon and Atomman. Then, in “Devil Island”, we learn that Janis Lawson is alive- driven off of Jungle Island just before the climax of Shroud Wars , shewas left adrift on the high seas, at the mercy of…? Written and layed out by Richard(The Count)Rome, with finishes by Bill Black. Also- a Fem-Paragon centerspread by John Dell. Color cover by Bill Black and Mark Heike. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce 40

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Venturing into She-cats own mind to learn the secrets of the bonding process, Nightveil comes face to face with the cat god Sehkmet. While Stardust helps Tara search for Janis Lawson on Jungle Island, Nightveil attempts a new bond with She-cat- with the help of Synn and Jennifer. Meanwhile, the mad Black Commando is hunting down those he blames for his condition-why is Octavia Howard on his list ? A strange elderly woman is offering Rad a small fortune for her youth serum- and you know Rad will take that deal. Back at FFHQ, the bonding process goes terribly wrong, and Sehkmet is free, until Stardust jumps into the fray, and bonds with She-cat at the last possible moment. “Inside Out” is written and layed out by Bill Black, with finishes by Mark Heike. It guest stars The Terror, Nathan Margold and Lady Luger, with cameos of Janis Lawson and Octavia Howard. It also sports some of the best “good girl art” ever to appear in a series known for it’s GGA. The backup story is “Enter Lady Liberty” a Tara story reprinted from the Paragon Publications title Tara On The Dark Continent #2, 1978. In it, Tara’s dad talks her into subbing for a hold-out T.V. actress playing the part of a fictional superheroine. When the actress sees Tara in her place, a wild cat -fight ensues. Written by Bill Black with art by Marc(Tug and Buster)Hempel. See Tara in a star-spangled bikini, beat the stuffings out of actress Sparrow Spigot. Guest starring T. C. Fremont. Color cover by Dick Ayers and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce 39

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She-cat’s bond with “young” Octavia Howard may be weakening, as ‘Cat is plagued with nightmares of blood. Tara is filled with regrets – when Jungle Island was wracked with upheavil during the just-passed Shroud War, her long time friend and colleague Janis Lawson disappeared. Now peace reigns and everything is back to normal, but Janis is still missing. Another night, and a She-cat more feral than ever, is on the prowl. Can Nightveil stop here before she takes a life? “Burn In My Bed” is written and layed out by Bill Black, with finishes by Mark Heike. It guest stars Rocketman and Jet-girl, Miss Masque and Yankee Girl. Then- back in the fabulous ’40’s, Blue Bulleteer hears a radio challenge from “The Black Commando”. Desparate to learn the truth, nothing will stop her from taking up the gauntlet. But, another has heard the call- and when She-cat and BB team up, they make short work of, and expose the phoney ‘Commando. This untitled story is written by Mark Heike, pencilled by Dick Ayers and inked by Chad Hunt. Guest starring Lady Luger. Color cover by Dick Ayers and Bill Black, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce 38

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Jennifer (The new Ms. Victory)Burke is blamed for her mother’s theft of The Time Triangle last issue, and has to do some fast talking. The rest of the FF are still not happy with her as leader, but all of that is forgotten when- The Black Commando comes calling! This untitled story was written and layed out by Richard(The Count)Rome, pencilled by John Nadeau, and inked by John Robinson. It guest stars Tom Kelly and General Gordon. Then, Rad has taken the money she made stealing the time triangle,and promptly lost it all in a casino in Atlantic City. Broke again, she may have to go back to selling her youth serum.But if she only knew who her next customer really was… This untitled story is written and layed out by Richard(The Count)Rome, pencilled by Billie Marimon and Mark Heike, and inked by Chad Hunt. It guest stars Fritz Voltzman and Lady Luger. Finally, a retro story of the Blue Bulleteer, set in the early 1940’s, not long after the apparent death of the Black Commando, and the beginning of Laura Wright’s career as the ‘Bulleteer. When an ersatz Black Commando makes an appearance fighting alongside Axis agents on U. S. soil, it’s up to BB to get to the bottom of the mystery. This untitled story is written by Mark Heike(his first script for AC Comics), drawn by Brad Gorby, and inked by Chad Hunt. It guest stars Senator Wright and Lady Luger. Color cover by Brad Gorby (his first AC Comics cover) and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce 37

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Rad is out of money again, and when a mysterious Mr. Harcourt comes to hire her, she immediately takes the job.What is it? Why, to steal Dr. Jimenez’ Time Triagle. Adopting the guise of the original Ms. Victory again, nothing could be simpler, as she flies into Latimer Labs, and they give her the ‘Triangle with no questions asked! Things get hairy when it turns out Harcourt is really Fritz Voltzman in disguise, and his plan is to use the device to go back in time to World War II, and bring Hitler himself into the present!! “Rad vs. Miss Victory” was written and layed out by Richard(The Count)Rome and pencilled by John Nadeau inked by John Robinson and John Dell. It guest stars Lady Luger, Panzer and Adolf Hitler and features Rad in the 1940’s battling the Femforce of the Golden Age. Color cover by Will Meugniot, interiors are black and white with graytones, standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce 36

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FeFo#36 Under The Shadow Of The Shroud, Part III. The barrier that had cut off Florida from the rest of the world had been The Shade-a slave to The Black Shroud’s commands. Darkfire is reunited with her Menta Helmet, and psychically calls to Synn and Buckaroo Betty to join her in guiding The Haunted Horseman to our reality- to stave off The Shade’s attack. Meanwhile, Vault Heroes, Sentinels and FFers deal with natural disaters worldwide, as The Shroud’s gateway, The Well Of Souls, widens ; causing more seismic upheavil. Just when it looked like it couldn’t get any worse, The Shroud plays his trump card- he activates his mental hold on Dragonfly, to destroy the heroes in there own lair. But it ultimately leads to his undoing, when a magic bullet fired by Buckaroo Betty (turns out she’s actually the daughter of The Haunted Horseman) shatters Stella Stargaze’ Hypnotic Eye,(what was she doing there , anyway) releasing Azagoth(who was imprisoned there) and the combined mystical might of he, The Haunter and Nightveil proves enough to drive the Shroud from D-fly’s body, imprison him in Doc Weir’s Purple Claw, and seal him up in the Well Of Souls. Whew! “Darkfire Descending ” was written by Bill Black and Rik Levins, drawn by Brad Gorby and Dick Ayers, and inked by Mark Heike. It guest stars Cap’n Joel and Curly, Psiborg, Anti-Paragon, son of the Red Butcher, Atomman, Nightman, Lash Lightning, Dr. Frost, Black Owl, American Crusader, Scarlet Scorpion, Cat-man and Kitten, Green Lama, Dr. Jonathan(Purple Claw)Weir, Commando D, Astron and Astra, The Flame, Sub-Zero, Black Venus, Captain Wings, Yankee Girl, Major Victory, Magno, Pyroman, The Red Blazer, The Avenger, Skyman, Rocketman and Jet-girl, The Red Rocket,Dynamic Man, Captain Flash, Mr. Scarlet, Magic Lantern, Cave Girl, T.C. Fremont, Dr. Carlos Jimenez, Crimebuster, The Target, Black Cobra, The Dart, Ajax The Sun Man, The Masked Marvel , The Green Turtle, and the Hood. If there have ever been more superheroes used in any one story at any time, we can’t imagine where. Color cover by Bill Black and Mark Heike, interiors black and white with graytones. 48-page standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce 35

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At the Western Hemisphere opening to the Well Of Souls, in the cavern below Jungle Island, The Black Shroud amasses a battalion of his villains to hold off the Femforce from crossing through to unite with their allies.Unknown to the combatants, Buckaroo Betty Bates has inexplicably been drawn to the present through the Time Triangle, and is having coffee with Nikki Latimer. At what’s left of Weir Asylum, Cap’n Joel and Curly find Darkfire is awake, lucid, and maybe understands what all this means!! Under The Shadow Of The Shroud Part II, “War!”, written by Bill Black and Rik Levins, drawn by John Nadeau, Billie Marimon and John Dell, and inked by Mark Heike. Guest stars Anteas, Gorganna, Alizarin Crimson, Umbra, The Clown, Mantis Man, Montague Moon, Green Lama, Yankee Girl, American Crusader, Jetgirl, Astron and Astra, The Purple Claw, Singapore Sal, Roxannmme Rivits, Women In Red, Magno, The White Streak, Dynamic Man , Doc Strange, Pyroman, Fighting Yank, Reddevil, The Hood, Satannus,Miss Masque, Alexandria The Greatest, Tiger Girl, Strong Man, Nirvana, Black Venus, The Skull, Madame Satan, Siva Dey, The Scarlet Scorpion, White Heat, Bolt, Trailblazer Chromo, The Owl, The Targeteers, The Vardax, son of the Red Butcher, Psiborg, the Anti-Paragon, Atomman, Speedbolt, Nightman, Magic Lantern, Black Cobra, The Eagle and Commando D. Great superhero action and “good girl art” Color cover by Will Meugniot and Mark Heike, interiors black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce 34

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Under The Shadow Of The Shroud, Part 1 The opening shots had been fired, and now it’s all out Shroud War ! Natural disasters hit, and every concievable villain strikes, all across the world, orchestrated by The Black Shroud to bring down the heroes and bring about chaos. An impenetrable dome over Florida, costructed by The Shroud’s magic, cuts off the FF from The Vault Heroes, The Sentinels, and the rest of the world. But, there’s plenty of mayhem in the Sunshine State for the FF to deal with- invading Voltamen at Cape Canaveral, swamp monsters in Miami, a T-Rex in downtown Tampa, and werewolf troops at the Naval Training Center in Orlando- not to mention Iron Jaw, Frankenstein, The Clown and Satannus in Tallahasse. All this keeps our girls from getting bored, while Doc Weir (on the outside of the dome ) finds a flaw in The Shroud’s container – it can be be breached by travelling through the Earth- via the macabre Well Of Souls!! And at Latimer Labs, what can that strange scintilla of energy at the center of Dr. Jimenez’ Time Triangle portend? “A Darkness Within” is written by Rik Levins and Bill Black, pencilled by Mark Heike and Richard(The Count)Rome, and inked by John Dell. It guest stars Jetgirl, The American Crusader, Lash Lightning, Black Venus, Black Cobra, Catman abnd Kitten, Yankee Girl, The Green Lama, Pat Parker, Dr. Frost, The Purple Claw, Dr. Rivits, Darkfire, Paragon, Captain Freedom, Commando D, Astron and Astra, Cap’n Joel and Curly, Dynamic Man, Scarlet Scorpion, Strongman, The Avenger, Landor, Maker of Monsters, The Spider, Mirror Man, Sky Man, The Red Rocket , Dr. Carlos Jimenez and Buckaroo Betty. Color cover by Will Meugniot, interiors black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce 33

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In a brief calm before the coming storm that will be The Black Shroud War, we see our cast in tiny, more personal snippets of their lives, “Scattered Moments”, if you will. Jennifer Burke, the new Ms. Victory runs into newly-revived Jet Girl while testing her experimental flying disc. That leads into a look at Jet-girls’ husband, Rocketman back leading his old company, which prospered while they were in stasis. Former Army officer David(Catman)Merrywether collects his back pay, and Keith(Captain Flash)Spenser returns to his old school to find former protege Ricky now a maturing professor. Alone, late at night, Nightveil dreams of here love for the star-crossed Black Commando. Can the magical powers within her, fueled by her strong desires, actually bring him before her? And She-cat and Stardust go out for a night on the town. Written by Bill Black and Richard(The Count)Rome, with pencils by Black, John Dell and Billie Marimon, and inks by Mark Heike and John Dell. Guest starring Byron Foulger, Dr. Jonathan (Purple Claw)Weir, The Green Lama and Sargeant Briggs. Then, it’s Colt solo, as a lead on her late husband’s death puts her on the prowl in “My Green -Eyed Lady”, written and pencilled by Don Secrease, and inked by Bill Koch and Secrease. Stardust centerspread by Mark (Cats’s Claw)Moore and Bill Black. Color cover by Will Meugniot. Interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce 32

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Garganta is back, as a misguided “shock treatment” applied by the loose cannon General Gordon once again changes Dr. Carol Heisler into the giantess with the appetite for destruction.As she lays waste to most of central Florida, while holding off the Army, Navy and the Femforce, a strange thing begins to happen- she is mutating! But into what?? “The Return Of Garganta, The 50 Foot Woman” is written and layed out by Richard(The Count)Rome, pencilled by Mark Propst and Mark Heike, and inked by Heike, Chad(Wolverine)Hunt and John Dell. Guest stars Captain Tom Kelly, and David and Jason Burke. Then, The Black Shroud has gathered the revived villains formerly housed in the Weir Asylum, and explains his master plan. He alone among living beings is aware of how reality was changed during The Armageddon Factor, and that Paragon no longer has the ability to evolve and match him. The Shroud and his minions will take over the Earth, and nothing can stop them! “Gathering Of Evil”, is written and drawn by Bill Black, and inked by Mark Heike. Guest starring Alizarin Crimson, Iron Jaw, Madame Boa, The Clown, Frankenstein, Singapore Sal and Gorganna, with cameos by Chromo, Ripjaw, The Vardax, Nightveil, Paragon and Stardust. Color GTS cover by Will Meugniot, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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Femforce 31

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Nightveil and Dragonfly rush to The Weir Asylum to aid the revived heroes stave off the hoarde of revived villains, when who should appear but the Black Shroud’s agent the Anti-Paragon, who whisks off Mirror Man, Frankenstein, Iron Jaw and all the other baddies through a dimensional portal. This untitled story is written by Bill Black, drawn by Richard(The Count)Rome, and inked by Mark Heike, and guest stars Catman, Cave Girl, Captain Flash, The Target, The Avenger, Green Lama, The Hood, American Crusader and Lash Lightning. Elsewhere, we see a flashback of Dragonfly fighting a new and improved version of her old enemy, Psiborg. Though defeated by D-fly, the robot’s remains are salvaged by The Black Shroud, and he now has a new recruit for his evil army. A long-termed alliance between The Shroud and the alien Kronons is revealed, and how the Anti-Paragon was created. Stragely, The Shroud allows Dragonfly to go free. Is she, too, a part of his master plan? “Alliances” is written by Rik Levins, pencilled by John(Star Wars)Nadeau, and inked by John Dell. It guest stars Richard Latimer, the son of The Red Butcher, and Kuromoko. Color cover by John Nadeau and Mark Heike, interiors black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

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In the ruins of what was The Weir Asylum,revived heroes of old prepare to make a stand as The Black Shroud has freed countless villains to help him. “Up From The Ashes Rises…Death!” is written and drawn by Bill Black, with inks by Mark Heike. Guest-starring The Purple Claw, Miss Masque, Yankee Girl, American Crusader, Crrimebuster, Captain Flash, The Black Owl, Frankenstein, Iron Jaw, Cave Girl and Kittten- with the death of Airmale and Stampy !! Then- a new Ms. Victory wasn’t good enough for the ole’ U. S. Government, they want to experiment with new ways to use V-47. Enter Dr. Carol Heisler, who omly wanted to cure her arthritis. Volunteering to be the test subject, Doc. Heisler’s therapy is a…big…success. Not only does she become young and pain-free- she grows into a 50-foot tall, primitive engine of destruction to become known as Garganta!! GTS fans take note- this issue is AC’s resident giantess’ first appearance. “Garganta ,The 5o Foot Woman!!” is written and drawn byRichard(The Count)Rome,and inked by Mark Propst. Guest starring Captain Tom Kelly, Hildalgo Romero, and Stella Stargaze. Also, another Golden Age reprint from the 1940’s- Camilla, by Ralph Mayo, from Fiction House’s Jungle Comics #151. And, a Will Meugniot Nightveil centerspread. Color cover by Will Meugniot and Mark Heike, interiors black and white with graytones . Standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.

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New leader Jennifer gets tough with the rest of the FF, who make an uneasy truce in light of the coming battle with The Black Shroud. Meanwhile, another alliance may be forming, as the unstable Rad and the equally mad Black Commando seem to be getting together-and who is that third to join them? Can it be…Colt?!? While Synn makes psychic contact with The Haunted Horseman, a previously-unknown patient at Dr. Jonathan Weir’s Asylum For The Criminally Insane (The above-ground face for his Vault Of Heroes.)is awakening- old Black Diamond villainess, Darkfire. Even in her clouded state, her paranormal mental powers detect the presence of- the entire population of Doc Weir’s Vault, now revived and conscious! Dozens and dozens of actual Golden Age heroes, inert in stasis for decades, now revived to prepare to fight The Shroud. Definitely the most G.A. heroes ever to appear in one story, anywhere. Crimebuster, Black Cobra, Blue Flame, The Hood, The Red Rocket, Catman and Kitten, The Eagle, Sub-Zero, Starr Flagg, American Crusader, Camilla, Strong Man, Cave Girl, Tiger Girl, The Green Lama and Black Venus is only a partial list. When the Shroud actually stikes at the Weir asylum, the assembled champions feel ready- until Doc reveals his facility houses scores of slumbering super-villains, too! “Darkfire Delusions” is written by Bill Black, pencilled by Rik Levins and Frank Turner, and inked by Mark Heike. A key story in AC history, beautifully written and illustrated. Add to that, an actual Golden Age reprint, Camilla by Ralph Mayo, straight out of a 1940’s issue of Fiction House’s Jungle Comics.Plus Pinups of G. A. heroes by Levins, Heike and Billie Marimon. Color cover by Will Meugniot, interiors black and white with graytones.Standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.

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Femforce 28

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It’s time to do P. R. work on the Femforce image again, and Captain Tom Kelly gets the girls a spot on The Arsenio Hall show, to try to polish it up. But with the girls resentful of sudden new leader Jennifer Burke, the whole thing backfires when it degenerates into a cat-fight on national T. V. No villains are needed- the FF seem like there own worst enemies here. Colt leaves active membership, and Synn makes her first appearance as a regular FFer. “With Friends Like This” is written and drawn by Richard(The Count)Rome, and inked by Mark Propst. Guest starring Arsenio Hall. “Beyond The Wall Of Dreams” has Nightveil, once again at full power, vowing to help Synn fit in and function in our world again, after removing her from self-imosed exile in the limbo void. Written and drawn by Mark Heike, and inked by John Dell. Then, brother and sister Nightveil and The Avenger help each other out in “You Only Die Twice”. Story by Bill Black, pencils by Norman Hardy, Jr, inks by Mark Propst and Mark Heike. Guest starring The Haunted Horseman and Dr. Jonathan Weir. Also, a Billie Marimon-John Beatty She-cat duotone centerspread. Color cover by Will Meugniot, interiors black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.

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In “The Devil Below, Part II”, our heroes face actual hand-to-hand combat with The Black Shroud himself, in a cavern below Jungle Island. The odds just keep getting worse, with the arrival of the son of The Red Butcher, Psiborg, a doppleganger of Captain Paragon-then…enter, The Shade!!! Written by Rik Levins, Pencilled by Richard(The Count)Rome, and inked by John Dell. Guest starring Paragon and The Purple Claw. Then, She-cat manages to defeat an alien race intent on stealing human women to repopulate there planet, by using a very interesting technique, in “Terrapin Terror From Outer Space”, written by Dan Eiler and John J. Golden, with art by Billie Marimon, Mark Heike and John Dell.Plus, a humorous 1-page “Bill Black vs. Rad” featurette, written and drawn by Richard(The Count)Rome and inked by Chris Allen, and a Black Phantom centerspread by Brad Gorby. Color cover by Will( DNAgents) Meugniot, interiors black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.

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The FF’s Rurian powerhouse celebrates her birthday, thinks back on her origin and muses on her future in “Stardust Memories”, written and drawn by Richard(The Count)Rome, with finishes by Mark Heike. Then, the trail of The Black Shroud heats up, as Tara and Nightveil investigate what a sinkhole on Jungle Island has to do with the ‘Shroud’s plan, in “The Devil Below, Part I”-written by Rik Levins, drawn by The Count, and inked by John Dell. Guest starring Paragon, The Purple Claw(Dr. Jonathan Weir), Azagoth and Captain Joel. Finally, another Golden Age treasure, an actual reprint of a Jack Kamen- drawn Senorita Rio story (Retitled Rio Rita, but wth no other reworking.) reprinted from a 1940’s issue of Fight Comics. Color cover by Will(Stan Lee Media)Meugniot, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.

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Jennifer Wayne-Burke had staunchly resisted the government’s pleas for her to replace her mother . Until a series of unfortunate “accidents” leave a job on the government payroll the only financial salvation for the Burke family. So, an infusion of V-47, some intensive training, and it’s Jennifer Burke- the New Ms. Victory!! (Her first appearance as a paranormal, first appearance of the new Ms. V. costume. ) The new gal in town is battle-tested immediately as Madame Boa strikes. Before the issue is over, Colt resigns, and Jennifer is named new Femforce leader. “At What Price Victory” is written by Bill Black, drawn by Richard(The Count)Rome, and inked by Mark Propst. Then- from the Secret Files of The Femforce- a profile on founding member Rio Rita, and a reworked Golden Age adventure. ( An actual Fiction House Senorita Rio drawn by Bob Lubbers, that originally appeard in Fight Comics # 46, 1946, re-inked by John Dell.) Color cover by Richard(The Count)Rome and Mark Heike, interiors black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.

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The Feds have the de-powered Rad-and in an attempt to bring back to old Ms. V., she gets an infusion of the formula that first made her a paranormal. The result? Rad gets her powers back, and busts out. New top kick General Gordon has had enough, and clandestinely hires a group of super-mercenaries to bring her down once and for all. Valkoray, Lonestar,Kallima, Shred, Frostbite and….Ripjaw? Meanwhile, Rad has a plot of her own-disguise herself as the old Ms. V. , and slip the FF her new youth formula, turning them into…Teen Femforce!! Plotted by James Misson, written and drawn by Richard(The Count)Rome, and inked by Mark Propst. Color cover by Richard(The Count)Rome and Mark Propst, with interiors black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.

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There’s a new boss for the Femforce-General Robert Gordon. (He first showed up in the Armageddon Factor mini series.) His first order is an old directive-capture the unstable Rad. Meanwhile, the paranormal in question is keeping a low profile, while cooking up a scheme to raise cash. Using the skills she gained during Joan Wayne’s career as a bio-geneticist, she modifies the V-45 that gives her super-power into a youth serum that she plans to peddle to the desparate (but old and wealthy) rich. When an “old friend” tips off the FF to Rad’s locale, they go in swinging- backed up by the former members of The Sentinels of Justice this time. After a city-trashing battle, it looks as if Rad is in the hands of the authorities. But, is it a real victory? “Cold Turkey” is plotted by James Misson, with a script by Rik Levins, and pencils by Levins and Brad Gorby (his first assignment for AC Comics) and inks by Jim Sanders III. Guest-starring Captain Tom Kelly, Paragon, Commando D, The Scarlet Scorpion, and Astron. Then, in “I, The Kitty”, a solo She-cat is primed for action in what looks like a dark, gritty film-noir detective story-but when the tale takes a turn for the mundane, ‘Cat lashes out at the creators. Story and art by Jordi(Batman Beyond)Ensign and Chris Allen. Plus, part 4 of A Conversation With Bill Black, by Leo Laney. Full color cover by Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.

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The former Ms. Victory, now known as Rad is tortured in her sleep by mad visions of what she was ,what she , and what she will never be, in a “Nightmare” spawned by… The Black Shroud. Written and drawn by Richard(The Count)Rome, and inked by Mark Propst and Bill Black. This is The Count’s first feature-length story for AC, working in a style once descibed as a cross between Jack Kirby and Dave Stevens. “Meanwhile, Back At FFHQ” Nightveil and Co. mess with She-cats’s head by creating an image of the Buckaroo Betty character she “imagined” last issue, not yet knowing the truth. By Bill Black, Billie Marimon, Jim Sanders II amd Mark Propst. Part 3 of A Conversation With Bill Black, and a classic Magazine Enterprises reprint, Bob Powell’s Cave Girl in “The Little Man Who Was All There”, from Cave Girl #11. Color cover by Richard(The Count)Rome and Bill Black, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.

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Femforce 21

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With new members and peace on other fronts, it’s time to get back to old business (that would help strengthen the team for the coming war with The Black Shroud, as well), so Colt gets the order-bring in Rad. But when both the hunter and her quarry are pulled into yet another scheme of the mad Dr. Pretorius, all hell breaks loose. Soon, half of Orlando is in flames and a school full of orphans is threatened as a Who’s Who of Florida paranormals turn out to fight a mutant creation of Pretorius. In the end, the menace is quelled-yet Colt is injured, and despite a noble effort by Rad (that none of the heroes can see) a little girl dies. Blamed for the tradgedy, Rad is now written of as hopeless. “Pretorius Rex”, written and drawn by Tony Oshmago, with inks by Bob Lewis. Framing sequence written by Bill Black, with art by Richard(The Count)Rome – his first art in the Femforce book- and Mark Propst. Guest starring Paragon. Part II of A Conversation With Bill Black, by Leo Laney. Color cover by Norman Hardy, Jr. and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.

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Femforce 20

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This big 20Th issue celebration starts off with a party at the latest place the Femforce call home- an abandoned private school near Orlando, Florida. The occasion? Why, the official swearing in of new members Dragonlfy, Stardust, and Tara.(She hit the ground running with the FF in #1, but was never inducted officially ’till now.)As She-cat drifts away from the revelry and dreams of her adventure back in the Old West, ( in issues #’s 7 & 8 ) she finds herself going back thanks to a favor from time travel expert Dr. Jimenez. In the past, she crosses paths with Buckaroo Betty Bates, a two -fisted young widder women (who looks a lot like Betty Page) who inherited the sheriff’s job in a wide-open town when her husband was killed. Just when it seems the whole thing was a trap set up by Ripjaw and the Black Commando, She-cat wakes up realizing, it was all a dream. Or was it…? “Are You Ready For Buckaroo Betty?” is written by Bill Black and Rik Levins, drawn by Billie Marimon, and rendered by The All-Inker’s Squad. Guest-starring The Scarlet Scorpion, Paragon, Astron and Astra, Captain Freedom, Rio Rita and a host of characters not seen before or since. Also, this book has the beginning of an interview with the AC editor/publisher , A Conversation With Bill Black, by Leo Laney. Color cover by Billie Marimon and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.

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Femforce 19

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When strange costumed characters with superpowers start appearing, what else can the Femforce do but assume they are some threat?Who could imagine that they are really heroes and heroines from a bygone era, kept inert in stasis in a government facility. The place is called the Vault Of Heroes, and it’s keeper is Dr. Jonathan Weir, owner of The Purple Claw. Though the heroes mean no harm, there appearance does signal a threat- they have been revived (an eventuality hinted at in the previous year’s Femforce: Out Of The Asylum special ) to help in a coming battle royal with the greatest villain of all time- The Black Shroud. Brought back for this titanic conflict (and seen here in action for the first time in any AC book) are actual Golden Age heroes from defunct G. A. publishers, including The Catman and Kitten, from Holyoke; Captain Flash, of Sterling Publications, The Green Lama, from Spark pubs, Rocketman and Jetgirl, of Harry “A” Chesler, and more. Over the years, these Vault Heroes would become a prominent and popular part of AC and Femforce contiuity. It all started here, in “The Dark Return”, written by Bill Black, drawn by Greg(Espers)Horn, and inked by John(Mystic)Dell.Guest starring T. C. Fremont. The back-up also ties in with the lead , as “Nightveil Meets The Avenger” The Mystic Miss(Laura Wright, in her civilian I. D.) comes face to face with the revived Magazine Enterprises hero, (whose real identity is Roger Wright) and learns that he is her long-lost older brother- and that he carries a terrible, fatal secret. Story and inks by Bill Black, Pencils by Jim Royal, with the Avenger origin flashback a reworking of Dick Ayers’ original art from M. E.’s Avenger Comics #1.

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Femforce 18

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What could possibly harm the Femforces ‘ reputation more than a nude layout in a skin magazine? The answer to that question is-nothing!! So , when just such a hoax is perpetrated, you’ve got to figure Stella Stargaze is behind it. But she’s not. Though that’s not to say that she and her partner-in-scandal Hildalgo Romero don’t intend to do all they can to maximize their benefit out of it. But when the FF find the actual culprit, they enlist his aid in turning the tables on Ms. Stargaze in a unique manner. “In The Buff”, written by James Misson, with pencils by Bill Lux, Don Secrease and Bill Black, and inks by John Dell and Bill Black. Back-up story is a vintage reprint, Cave Girl by Bob Powell, from her original 1950’s Magazine Enterprises run. The story is “The Volcano Fury”

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Femforce 17

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The Femforce is actively recruiting new members, so it all works out for the best that the Sentinels Of Justice may be forced to disband. Since former Sentinel Stardust will be at loose ends , she will make a perfect new FFer. Meanwhile, Nightveil suggests a fictional character that she accidently brought to life with magic as another possible recruit. Unfortunately, Stella Stargaze’ manipulations have taken hold on T. C. Fremont, and he evicts the group from their temporary HQ on Jungle Island. “Sentinels No More” is written by Bill Black, drawn by Darren Goodhart, and inked by John Dell. It guest stars Paragon, Commando D, The Scarlet Scorpion and Riot O’Rourke. Color cover by Mike Harris and Jim Sanders III. Black and white interior with graytones, standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.

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THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!!She-cat has a new bond, and with it has taken on new characteristics. But at least her major crisis is over -or is it? The “little girl” she’s bonded with, Octavia Howard, is not all she seems.As Stella Stargaze worms her way back into T. C. Fremont’s affections, his daughter Tara and the rest of the FF slowly recover from Alizarin Crimson’s demolitions, but they’re still taking the rap for destroying T. C.’s corporate headquarters. Guest starring Janice Lawson. “Barefoot And Malevolent” is written by Wes Covington, pencilled by Darren Goodhart and inked by Brad Vancata. Next, a Golden Age reprint- a Nina Albright-drawn story starring Miss Victory- “Devils With Wings”, from Captain Aero #22, April, 1945. Finally, another 1940’s gem reprinted; Nyoka of The Jungle in “Curse Of The Snake”, from her original Fawcett Publications run. Also, a Mark Hempel Miss . Victory centerfold, reprinted from the Paragon Pubs book, Bizarre Thrills #1, from 1978.This book has a color photo-manipulation cover by Bill Black, and interiors that are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1988. Note: this comic is one of the rarest AC books : we only have one copy in stock. Once it’s gone, it’s gone!

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Femforce 15

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“Witchwar”!! Alizarin Crimson has the whole Femforce imprisoned in her mystic tower. Except for Colt- so when the pint-sized sharpshooter tracks them down and sneaks into the tower, she makes the perfect host for Nightveil’s astral self, forced out of her real body by Crimson’s enchantment. When spirit and body are reunited, Nightveil has the power to blast Crimson into defeat. But She-cat is still on the loose- or has she found a new bond- with a little girl named Olivia? Story by Wes Covington, art by Bill Lux. Color cover by Bill Lux, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1988.

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Femforce 14

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Using Nightveil as her puppet, the witch Alizarin Crimson systematically decimates the Femforce. First, she captures Tara, then destroys the Fremont Building in downtown Orlando, and frames the FF as the perpetrators. The Shade tries to intervene, to no avail. Jennifer Burke’s resolve starts to falter. Soon, Alizarin Crimson has the whole Femforce in her clutches. So, why has she released She-cat? Could it be because ‘Cat has gone without her bond too long, and the beast in her (Sehkmet) is ready to kill? “New Ways: I Dream Of Wires”, written by Wes Covington, pencilled by Darren Goodhart, inked by Ralph Cabrera, Bill Black and Jeff Whiting. Guest starring Janice Lawson and Dr. Pretorius. Color cover by Bill Black, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1988.

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Femforce 13

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Without her bond to Joan Wayne, She-cat is becoming increasingly more unstable and cat-like. Tom Kelly pays a visit to Jennifer Wayne-Burke, (Ms. V.’s daughter) to suggest that she replace her mother as a government-sponsored paranormal. Rad returns home to her old stomping grounds, to find Tara laying in wait to ambush her, and somehow, that vigilante-turned-madman the Black Commando is free. When Nightveil appears before the strung-out She-cat, it is as the mindless puppet of Alizarin Crimson. And no matter how big her guns are, Colt can do nothing to solve any of these crisis’. Guest starring David and Jason Burke.”Step Out And Away”, written by Wes Covington, drawn by Don Secrease, and inked by John Dell and Bill Koch. Color cover by Bill Black, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1988.

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Femforce 12

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THIS BOOK IS NOW SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!Still trying to generate publicity (and cash ) from her purloined alien egg, Stella Stargaze teams up with media sleazehound Hildalgo Romereo to try to get a big payoff for staging an alien birth on live T. V. in “The Egg And I”. When jealous Romero cuts the strap of her gown on the air, Tara’s father T.C. begins to see the real Stella. ( And so do millions of viewers! ) Meanwhile, Alizarin Crimson’s attack last issue has left Nightveil her helpless prisoner, and Crimson in possession of her Cloak Of Darkness. Rad starts a riot in a disco, whiler Colt wonders why she ever got mixed up in all this. Story and inks by Bill Black, and pencils by Darren Goodhart. Guest starring Janice Lawson. The back-up, “Terror At The Top Of The World” has Tara and Janice on the trail of the evil Dr. Rivits. They run afoul of his twisted daugheter, Roxanne. Script and inks by Bill Black, with pencils by Marc (Mars)Hempel. This is a reworked version of a story that originally ran in the Paragon Pubs book, Tara On The Dark Continent, in 1976. Plus, Dragonfly is trapped in an alien dimension, bereft of her powers, in a story that ties into the last issue of her own book, (#8) and the first issue of Fem Fantastique. Untitled, story and pencils by Rik Levins, inks by Bill Black. Color cover by Mark Heike, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1988.

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Femforce 11

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hideous thing, not even her Hypnotic Eye can help her. “The Thing From The Egg” is written and drawn by Bill Black. Guest stars T. C. Fremont , Janice Lawson and Dr. Rivits. This story incorporates parts of a Paragon Pubs era Tara tale. Back-up stars Nightveil in “Monsters”. A rare evening at home musing about her encounter with The Haunted Horseman turns strange as mystical beings stream out of her T. V. to attack her. It’s the work of her ancient enemy, Alizarin Crimson. Script by Wes Covington, plot and pencils by Nick Northey (his first AC assignment) and inks by Bill Black. Color cover by Northey and Black, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1988.

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Our scene shifts to Tara Fremont’s Jungle Island, where the beleagured Femforce is temporarily quartered. When an alien spacecraft crashlands in the island’s lagoon, it brings not only the FF, but the evil scientist Dr. Rivits and his mob. When the not-quite-dead occupant of the spaceship raises hell and flies away, he leaves a little memento in the hands of our heroines. “A Day In The Life Of A Jungle Girl”, Written , layed out and inked by Bill Black, and pencilled by Darren Goodhart. Guest starring Janice Lawson. As a special bonus, this issue features a reprint of a Golden Age adventure of Camilla, the Fiction House jungle girl, from Jungle Comics #102, June, 1948; with art by Matt Baker. Color cover by Bill Black, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1987.

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Back from the past, troubles a’brewin’ for the Femforce. In order for She-cat to hold in check the power of the evil cat -diety that possesses her, she must form a psychic bond with another being. For decades, that bond was with Joan Wayne, A. K. A Ms. Victory. But Joan and Ms. V. no longer exist-thanks to a forced overdose of the compound that gives Ms. V. her powers.(It happened in Nightveil #7) Now, only the unstable and antisocial Rad exists in Joan’s place. She-cat’s bond is gone, and the goddess Sehkmet is in complete control. Oh, and Rad plans to disband the Femforce, too. All this in “Breakables”, written by Wes Covington, with pencils by Dell Barras, and inks by Danny Taverna. Guest starring Tom Kelly, Stella Stargaze, and introducing Colt as new leader of the Femforce. Color cover by Tom Grindberg, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1987.

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Picking up the storyline from Sentinels Of Justice #6, this finishes up the Western Jam storyline with “Frontier Justice!”. Back in the Old West, Nightveil meets the mystic being known as The Haunted Horseman, and the encounter leaves both shaken. Meanwhile, a gunslinger’s showdown between the Latigo Kid and a raygun -toting Kronon may have finally convinced The ‘Kid that he may someday become the super-being known as Paragon. And back in the present, the paranormals are choosing up what sides to be on in the upcoming Armaggedon Factor. Story and art by Bill Black and Rik Levins, inks by Black, Dan Davis and John Dell. Then; from the casebook files of the Femforce, comes an early tale from Synn’s past, as we see how a secret government cabal, the Lifeform Supernormal Development program tried to use her to it’s own ends, soon after she gained her reality-warping power. Guest starring Atomman, reprinted from Paragon Presents. Story and art by Bill Black. Monochrome cover by Bill Black, full color inside. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1987.

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CURRENTLY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!!Legendary Femforce Western Jam issue!! In a storyline that continues on into Sentinels Of Justice #6, (And eventually ties up in the Armaggedon Factor mini-series) sexy superheroines Ms. Victory, She-cat, Nightveil and Stardust are sent back into time to the days of the Old West, where they take on appropriate aliases for the time ( Calamity Kate, Black Phantom, Cherokee, and Frenchy King) and mix with Wild West types of all kinds- Angel Eyes Barcroft, Marshall Steve Brand, Tim Holt, Cheif White Cloud, Bullseye, Old Sure-Shot, Bat Masterson, Rocky Lane, The Hooded Horseman,Wild Bill Elliot, Black Diamond, The Lemonade Kid, The Durango Kid and more,as they head for a showdown with Kronons that will bring about the origin of the man called Paragon!! The story is called “The Good, The Bad, And The Paranormal”, and guest stars Harry Diamond, Doc Marvel, Wild Bill Pecos,Colt, Atomman, Captain Freedom, The Scarlet Scorpion, The Shade, Danny Brant and The Vardax. Written by Bill Black, Rik Levins and Don Secrease, with art by Levins, Secrease, Black, Tom Grindberg, Howard Bender, Steve (The Simpsons)Vance, Dan Panosian,Bill Anderson, Dan(Stars And Stripe)Davis and Mark Heike. Color cover by Mark Heike, full color throughout. Standard comic book format Printed in 1987.

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Another cast member is added, and the origin of Synn, the Girl From Lsd is recapped in “Girl Talk”. Strange alien apparitions are the result of Synn’s powerful mind in stasis, so the Femforce’s sorceress supreme, Nightveil vows to take her to a dimension where her mind will be left free to expand. More of the best in modern-day “good girl art”. Guest stars Stella Stargaze and T. C. Fremont, Janice Lawson, The Brotherhood Of Purity and Farkas, with cameos of Atomman and Alizarin Crimson.Story and inks by Bill Black, with pencils by Robert(Meteor Man)Walker. Color cover by Walker and Black, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1986.

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A giant She-cat robot terrorizes the Ocean World attraction in Orlando, and the real She-cat and Ms. Victory are on hand to stop it, even as the cat-fight between Tara and Stella Stargaze heats up. The two combatants are down to there undies before Nightveil (in her civilian identity of Laura Wright) steps in to help.”Cat Fight” is written by Bill Black, pencilled by Mark Propst and inked by Bill Anderson. Guest starring T. C. Fremont, and Captain Tom Kelly. Then- the first FF appearance of- “Synn, The Girl From LSD”. Newcomer Tara learns that Synn, and her reality-warping mental powers, are stored in stasis in the basement of FFHQ. And She-cat’s off to track down giant robots!! Story and art by Bill Black. Next, She-cat solo tracks down the lair of the mysterious Dr. Pretorius, but the good doctor is out. “Copy Cats”- story and art by Bill Black. Finally, Moon’s Mind Masquerade concludes with “The Mind’s Have It” as Colt pulls in a surprise Femforce member to defeat montague moon, then takes her creators out to lunch. Story and pencils by Don Secrease, inks by Doug Hazlewood. Guest-starring Don Secrease, Rick Burchett, Paul Daly, Bill Black and Nightveil. Color GTS cover (Based on the Attack Of The Fifty Foot Woman movie poster) by Bill Black and Bill Anderson. Full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1986.

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Even as She-cat, Tara and Ms. Victory stop Randall Crowley, his gang and their giant mechanical octopus, the Machiavellian Stella Stargaze sets her sights on the next gem to steal- Tara’s mega-rich father, T. C. Fremont!! See the origin of Stella Stargaze, and her secret weapon! See Ms. Vistory lift a king-sized, flaccid fake octopus!! See Tara in an evening gown, rolling on the floor in a cat-fight with Stella!! Over the top “”good girl art” made this book a hit!! It’s all here in “The Hypnotic Eye”, written by Bill Black, drawn by Mark Propst and inked by Mark Heike. Guest-starring Captain Freedom, Riot O’Rourke , T. C. Fremont and The Great Leolani. Then, Moon’s Mind Masquerade continues in “Mind Games”. Colt pays a visit to writer Don Secrease in a preemptive first strike, and asks for his help in trapping Montague Moon. Don agrees, but has he been double-crossed? Written and pencilled by Secrease, inked by Mark Heike and Secrease. Color cover by Bill Black, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1985.

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Femforce 3

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Blue Bulleteer returns to her normal state as Nightveil, and the Femforce go to the underwater city of Oceanus One to track down a gang of smugglers whose trail starts at Tara’s Jungle Island refuge. But are the bad guys after exotic animals- or gold??!!?? “Skin Game” is written and layed out by Bill Black, pencilled by Mark Heike and Mark Propst, and inked by Mark Heike and Bill Black. Guest-starring Janice Lawson, Captain Freedom, Commodore Faraday, Randall Crowley, Riot O’Rourke and Stella Stargaze, the first Femforce appearance for all of these characters. In the back-up, Colt’s nemesis Montague Moon is back, in “Moon’s Mind Masquerade”. He plots to destroy Colt by having her creators killed in his artificial dream-hypnosis machine. Paul Daly, Rick Burchett and Bill Black are all menaced, but finally saved by Colt, in there own dreams. Story by Don Secrease, art by Daly, Black, Burchett and Secrease. Color cover by Mark Heike and Bill Black, full color throughout. Sitandard comic book format. Printed in 1985.

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Femforce 2

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Good girl glamor and heroics continue as the world’s first all-female supergroup battles Amazons and gangsters South of the border in “A Gentleman Named Ripjaw”. An escape from capture by giant women, a short jaunt back to prehistoric times and the origin of the man with metal dentures are only the beginning, before the Femforce finally save the day and bring back Dr. Jimenez’ Time Triangle. (Guest-starring Colt, Satch and Wallow, Jennifer Wayne-Burke, and the first appearance of Reggie Blodgett.) Story, layouts and inks by Bill Black, pencils by Mark Heike.Back-up is the first and only AC appearance of Joan Mann, The Last Detective, in a story called “Pursuit”. Joan is, quite literally, the last working gumshoe in the far flung future. She returns a stolen statue and stops a gang of smugglers. Story and pencils by Mark(Lobo)Propst, with inks by Jim Sanders III. Color cover by Hieke and Black, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1985.

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Femforce 1

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First historic issue of this long-running independant comics smash hit from the creative genius of Bill(The Invaders)Black. Initial offering of the only successful ongoing series ever to feature a team of super-powered women., only the 229th title in all of American comics to eventually surpass the 100-issue mark. This is the first color appearance of the Femforce team, “Trek For A Time Twister”, introduces Ms. Victory, She-cat, Nightveil,( who mystically reverts to her Golden Age persona of the Blue Bulleteer for this adventure) and Tara Fremont. The girls recruit new member Tara, and head down to South America to help out the neice of FF founding member Rio Rita. There, they encounter dinosaurs, primitive Amazons, and the villain known as Ripjaw, all while trying to return an experimental time-travel device. Probably the first modern “good girl art” comic, harkening back to the great pinup traditions of 1940’s comics artists like Matt Baker, Bill Ward and Bob Lubbers, and the top magazine cheesecake illustrators such as Vargas, Petty and Driben.. Story, layouts and inks by Bill Black, pencils by Mark Heike. (First appearance of Rita Farrar, Ripjaw, Satch and Wallow, Dr. Carlos Jimenez and his Time Triangle.) Also, a solo story of Colt, the weapons mistress, as she has her first encounter with a most bizarre villain in “The Menace Of Montague Moon”. Written and drawn by Don Secrease, inked by Kevin Dzuban. Color cover by Mark Heike and Bill Black, full color throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1985.

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