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Femforce 150

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It’s milestone atop milestone this issue, as AC COMICS officially celebrates 25 years of publishing with the BIG 150Th issue of it’s landmark FEMFORCE comic book series.In the history of the medium, only a select few comic book titles have reached the 150 mark, and even fewer publishers have been able to stay in the comic book business for as much as a quarter century, so AC does the celebration up right, introducing the ALL-NEW 84-page format for FEMFORCE with this special DOUBLE-SIZED issue, sporting TWICE as many pages (with EVERY ONE ALL-NEW, and never-before-seen!! Not a SINGLE reprint!!) as a regular issue.!! Inside a cover drawn by AC publisher (and FF creator) Bill Black, the climax of the long-running “Death of Stardust” plotline reaches fruitition. NIGHTVEIL and SYNN have gathered their special force of paranormals (guest-stars FIREBEAM, The HAUNTER, COMMAND D, The SHADE, BOLT, ASTRON and ASTRA) for a final showdown on the world of the villainous OLD DARK ONES. At the last minute, MS. VICTORY arrives to join the heroic band, leaving SHE-CAT to stay behind to watch over TARA FREMONT and PARAGON, injured last issue. While an unexpected complication arrives to join the party Earthside, The cosmic contingent is amazed to find STARDUST ALIVE (if not well) and a captive of the Old Dark Ones. The day is won, STARDUST is reunited with her teammates, and all return to Earth. But- the story of the Old Dark Ones may NOT be over. “Full Circle” is the special 42-page conclusion of this long-running storyline, written (in 7 chapters) by Mark Heike, with art by Jeff Austin, Rock Baker, Quinton Bedwell, Gianluca Cerritelli, Eric Theriault, Javier Lugo, Chris Allen, Richard Scott and Jeremiah Lambert. Special editorial messages from both Bill Black and Mark Heike, and pinups/short features from Mike Machlan, Enrico Teodoarani and Giampaulo Frizzi. Then, flip the book over, turn it upside-down, and get a double-dose of giant woman thrills with the 13th issue of GARGANTARAMA-The Comic Book, the great flip-book feature that shares it’s run with FF!! Inside a spectacular color cover by THREETA artist Dennis Chacon, it’s a double-dose of the gentle giantess of the Middle Ages with 14 pages of Eric Lindberg & Rock Bakers ROWENA, as her marriage to normal-sized Cedric finally comes off- though not without incident. When ROWENA’S giant-sized family decides to crash the reception- they REALLY CRASH the reception, and there is some doubt whether any normal-sized humans will survive!! Then, Rock Baker is back with his own creation, DINOSAUR GIRL!! It takes a full 24 PAGES of fighting pehistoric reptiles and cat fights with an entire squad of Nazi giantesses to do it, but our World War II super-sized government operative DINOGIRL finally vanquishes the evil COLONEL VON KLAA!! More giant-woman action than has EVER appeared in a single issue of GARGANTARAMA-The Comic Book before- but get used to it. As mentioned earlier, this issue markes the beginning of a new format for FEMFORCE/GARGANTARAMA-The Comic Book. Starting this issue, and from now on, 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, like all of those to come, is 84 pages,black & white interiors with full color covers, in standard comic book format, saddle-stitched. Printed in 2009.(PLEASE NOTE: This book contains EXACTLY the same material as in GARGANTARAMA-The Comic Book #13. )

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Femforce 149

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THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND COMPLETELY UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!The most unthinkable has occurred- Former general (now retired) Richard Gordon has entered plotical life. During the end of his military service, Gordon made life hell for the Femforce. As the official government liason to the team, they took orders from him. Now, Gordon has his eyes on quite a prize- the US White House- and based on his popularity, he just might get his parties’ nomination. When in Orlando on the campaign trail, the FF is called upon to handle security at a Gordon rally, and as the only two members not actively pursuing a case, SHE-CAT and TARA are drafted into duty. The night becomes more than an irritating chore when not one but TWO of the FF’s most wanted foes show up there-the time-travelling STORMY TEMPEST, and the feral feline known as PRIDE, in “Pride Goest Before A Fall”, written & drawn by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike, and inked by Mark Heike.!! Neither TARA nor SHE-CAT come out of the conflict in the same shape that they went in!! While this is occuring. MS.VICTORY tangles with two of SHE-CAT’s recent opponents CALAVERA and The MACHETEER, (in “Strange Magic”, written by Enrico Teodorani and Mark Heike, with art by Aurelio Mazzara and Richard Scott) before racing to the hospital to check on her fallen comrade, directly afterward she and SHE-CAT, while looking for PARAGON, encounter a mysterious woman in a back-alley, where they also find the subject of their search, tragically stricken, in “Beware What You Wish For”, written by JohnJG, with art by Scott Larson and Jeff Austin. Meanwhile, SYNN and NIGHTVEIL convene at the Colorado Project, where they are assembling paranormals (with the help of General Roberta Gordon) to battle the evil of the Old Dark Ones, in “The Coming Battle”, written by Mark Heike and Enrico Teodorani, with pencils by Scott Larson and Alessio Nocerino, and inks by Heike and Jeff Austin. Then, turn the book over, flip it upside down, and enjoy the “flip-book” feature on the back of FF #149- GARGANTARAMA- The Comic Book #12!! As always, it’s giant women aplenty, with the latest installment in the saga of the economy-sized WWII superheroine, DINOSAUR GIRL- “Fall Into Danger”!! While Vivian (DinoGirl) Strand and her husband Rex await the inevitable attack of the giant-sized, all-girl Nazi platoon of Colonel Von Klaa on the very jungle island where Vivian got her size-changing powers, she must do battle with two of her reptilian namesakes just to survive!! Story and pencils by Rock Baker, ink finishes by Jeff Austin. Then, a NEW GTS feature- witness INFERNA- half-demoness, half human, and all GIANT-SIZED!! Created & written by Enrico Teodorani, pencilled by Luigi Giordano, and inked by Richard Scott. Next, it’s the gentle, medevil giantess, ROWENA in “Love And War”, Chapter 3. Giant-sized ROWENA and her normal-sized fiance’ Cedric the Squire make another pre-nuptual visit- this time to ROWENAS’s family- every ONE of them as big as she is- maybe bigger!! How will they react to the upcoming wedding? Written by Eric Lindberg, drawn by Rock Baker, with spectacular ink finishes by Jeff Austin. All this plus a Too Tall TARA pin-up drawn by the multitalented Mark S. Dail!! Two great features in one book- FEMFORCE #149 AND GARGANTARAMA #12- 44 pages in all, standard comic book size, black & white with color covers, saddle striched. Printed in 2009.

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Femforce 148

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 THIS BOOK IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! As NIGHTVEIL (with SYNN in tow) gathers a team of powerful paranormals to journey to another dimension, Ms. Victory still doesn’t accept the threat of the Old Dark Ones. SHE-CAT, left to her own devices, goes on the hunt for PRYDE, the mysterious loose cannon now in possession of her feline goddess superpowers. But where to start? Find out in “Shakedown”, plotted by Enrico Teodorani (with a script by Mark & Stephanie Heike), pencils by Antonio Gerardo Ceglia and inks by Mark Heike. An offer they cannot refuse has the FF (in the form of TARA FREMONT and SHE-CAT) tapped to run security at a presidential campaign rally for none other than their troublesome FORMER boss, General Richard Gordon, in “Stormy Weather”, written & drawn by Stephanie and Mark Heike. When MS. VICTORY is called to the scene of a sniper seige in Downtown Orlando, the last thing she expects to encounter is a “Nun With A Gun”, plotted by Enrico Teodorani, with pencils by Luigi Giordana, script by Mark Heike and inks by Jeff Austin. SHE-CAT’s detective work on the hunt for her nemesis takes her on a “Road Trip” to the Ocala National Forest. She finds more than she bargains for their, encountering TWO unexpected villains, Chainsaw Charlotte and The Macheteer. It’s the Feline Fury in rock ’em, sock ’em action, plotted by Enrico Teodorani, pencils by Antonio Gerardo Ceglia , script by Mark Heike and inks by Jeff Austin. Finally, an unexpected opponent shows up at the Gordon For President rally when SHE-CAT and TARA must contend with STORMY TEMPEST in “The Rally”, written & drawn by Stephanie and Mark Heike. If that’s not enough comics action for you, turn the book over, flip it backwards and check out the latest “flip-book” companion to Femforce #148, GARGATARAMA- THE COMIC BOOK #11. Inside a great Rock Baker- Jeff Austin cover, you’ll find the latest installment of the ongoing adventures of the gentle giantess, ROWENA, in “Love and War” Chapter 2. With the impending marriage of giant-sized ROWENA to normal-human Cedric, it’s time to meet the in-laws. Cedric’s family comes first, with predictably-hilarious results. Spectacular artwork from Rock Baker (pencils) and Jeff Austin (ink finishes) from a hilarious Eric Lindberg script. Then, it’s Dinosaur Girl, as she faces a new female Nazi menace that could match her own giant size in “Captured!”, with art by the same great team of Baker and Austin, from a Rock Baker script. Finally, the return of THREETA, last seen in FF # 142. As gangster Tony Balistreri has his renegade scientist fire the mystery weapon at THREETA, he has no idea of the socking results- it makes the king-sized superheroine even BIGGGER, in “Size Matters”. But what happens when THREETA’s mild-mannered alter-egos remain oversized as well? Script by Percival Constantine, Pencils bt Dennis Chacon, and inks by Jeff Austin. All told, it’s TWO great comic books in one, 40 big interior pages of story in black & white, with TWO full-color covers. Standard comic- book size, saddle-stitched, and printed in 2009.

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Femforce 147

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ALMOST SOLD OUT!! ONLY TWO COPIES LEFT!! Subplots pick up speed this issue as SYNN and TARA FREMONT finally meet up with The SHADE (as Roger Brant) and BLACK PHANTOM to learn the ‘PHANTOM’S bizarre time-slipping situation- little-knowing that they barely miss running into the fugitive STORMY TEMPEST, as we begin to learn what the time-travelling heroine’s mission actually isall about in our present day in “Hiding In Plain Sight”, written by Mark Heike, penciled by Rock Baker, and inked by Jeff Austin. SHE-CAT helps MISS MASQUE and FIREBEAM return a smuggled Egyptian artifact, and defeat an ancient mummy returned-to-life in the bargain, in (Part 1 )”Tomb Returners”, written by Eric Johson, penciled by Scott Larson, and inked by Jeff Austin; and (Part 2 ) “Cat’s Cradle”, also written by Eric Johson, penciled by Manny Mederos & Mark Heike, and inked by Jeff Austin. MS VICTORY bemoans the FF’s recent lack of discipline while NIGHTVEIL fights for her life against the Old Dark Ones in a strange dimension far away. When both SHE-CAT and NIGHTVEIL return from thetr exotic adventures, an angry confrontation with MS. V leads to ‘CAT confessing to NV that she’s lost her powers. The two discuss a plan of attack for defeating the Old Dark Ones and stopping SHE-CAT’s now Sehkmet-powered doppleganger, PRYDE. All this in “Armageddon Yet”- scripted by Mark Heike, penciled by Rock Baker, and inked by Mark & Stephanie Heike. Plus- a short feature out of SHE-CAT’s past- “Claws of Calavera”, written by Enrico Teodorani, with art by Joe Vigil and Marco Caldi. Then, flip the book over, turn it backwards, and read the latest issue of GARGANTARAMA- The Comic Book- #10!! DINOSAUR GIRL returns in the latest chapter of her ongoing economy-sized adventures, “Colonel Von Klaa”!! Charged with guarding the strange island that gave her growth powers from Axis invaders, Dino Girl and her husband Rex encounter a crack all-girl squad of Nazis led by the darky beautiful Von Klaa. It looks like D-GIRL might be down for the count this time. Wiriiten and drawn by Rock Baker, with ink finishes by Jeff Austin. Then, the gentle giantess of the middle ages, ROWENA returns. Having made an uneasy piece with the giant hunter Sir Hubert (last issue) Roena and her human-sized love Cedric enjoy some quiet moment of celebration. Rowena is shocked when her pint sized-suitor “pops the question” and proffers an engagement ring!! Only one question remains in Rowena’s mind- “What will my family think?” “Love And War”, written by Eric Lindberg, drawn by Rock Baker, and inked by Jeff Osgood, Mark & Stephanie Heike. Two books in one- Femforce #147 back-to-back (in flip-book format) with GARGANTARAMA- The Comic Book #10. 40 all-new, never-before-seen pages in black & white, standard comic book size, with full color covers. Printed in 2009.

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Femforce 146

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After a moody cover by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike and Mark Heike,this issue opens with the conclusion of last issue’s cliffhanger ,”The Botanist”. Just as the deranged Beatrice Green is about to dispatch TARA FREMONT with her mutant plants, enter the rest of the FF.”The Botanist” Chapter 3 is written by Maura Grundmeyer and Mark Dail, with art by Keith Dotson, Mark Heike and Jeff Austin. Then, a string of mysteriously savage murders in Central Florida seems to point to SHE-CAT on a rampage again. Wait’ll you see boyfriend Mike(THE SCARLET SCORPION)’s answer to the problem. Who is out of control THIS time in “She-Cat-Possessed AGAIN”?, written & drawn by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike, with inks by Mark Heike. Then- NIGHTVEIL has been haunted by the death of her teammate STARDUST for months, and when General Strock suggests the only clue to the tradgedy, the ancient Dagger of Ra may be a key to unravelling WHY it happened, NV sets out in solitary study of the object. But the antideluvian blade proves to be more than it seemed, and it sends NIGHTVEIL on an “Unexpected Journey”, which may prove to rock The FEMFORCE to it’s very foundations! Written by Mark G. Heike, with art by animation sensation and artist/writer on Viper Comics” “Wulf and Batsy” series BRYAN BAUGH !! And if THAT isn’t enough, turn the book over a flip it back-to-front for the latest issue of GARGANTARAMA- The COMIC BOOK- #9!!! Last issues’s new sensation, DINOSAUR GIRL is back, and not just in a stunning cover by creator Rock Baker, but in not one but TWO episodes of D-Girl, both written and drawn by Rock (with stellar inks by Jeff Austin.); “The Sabotage’, wherin size-changing Vivian Watson-Strand- DINOSAUR GIRL- smashes the efforts of wartime sabotuers bent on wrecking the US aviation industry in order to cripple the war effort, and “Return To The Forbidden Land”, where the FBI informs Vivian that Nazi intellegence has unknowingly targeted the very island where she recieved her growth powers as a base of operations, and that only SHE can stop the Facsists from stumbling upon a possible source for duplicating her abilities. In between, it’s the latest installment in the midevil adventures of the gentle giantess, ROWENA; as the towering beauty saves a village from destruction, and tries to negotiate a truce with her human-sized tormentor , Sir Hubert. As always, this episode in the life of Rowena is written by creator Eric Lindberg, with art by the team of Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. As per usual, this issue is TWO great comic books in one- 44 pages of thrills, action & ‘good girl” art excitement, saddle stitched between full color covers. Standard comic book size, with front cover art by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike and Mark Heike, and flip-cover art by Rock Baker and Mark Heike. Printed in 2008

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Femforce 145

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As dissention and stress from within and without pulls at our team, TARA FREMONT stands tall in the spotlight this issue. NIGHTVEIL returns with an apology to MS. VICTORY after last issue’s walk-out, admitting her self-doubt over STARDUST’S death. General Strock is on hand to drop a bombshell upon SYNN and the rest when she announces former liason General Gordon’s political aspirations in “Which Is The Reflection and Which Is The Image”, written & drawn by Mark G. Heike. Then, writer Maura Grundmeyer unleashes a terrible new menace that TARA must (initially) face alone in “The Botanist”, with Part 1 drawn bt Will Broadbent and Jeff Austion, and Part 2 by Rock Baker & Austin. Then, flip the book over, and you have the latest (and greatest yet) issue of GARGANTARAMA- THE COMIC BOOK-#8, featuring the return of ROWENA , The Gentle Giantess, as she and her tiny companion, Cedrick, confess their love for each other, But, Cedrick’s former employer (and resident giantess hunter) Sir Hubert must still be dealt with. Written by Eric Lindberg, with art by Rock Baker and Luis Alonso. Then, the debut of a NEW GTS heroine, GUARDIANA!! The champion of an alternate-world Earth overrun by alien invaders, Guardiana stands alone to preserve Earth for Earthlings- no matter WHAT sizethey are!! Written by Enrico Teodorani, with art by Giuseppe Latanza and Jeff Osgood. Then, ANOTHER debut GTS feature- from the fertile mind of writer-artist Rock Baker comes…Dinosaur Girl!! Set in the 1940’s, a lost girl who takes refuge in a strange African cave gains size-changing poweres via strange radiations emanating from the cave walls. When love interest Rex Strand brings lovely Vivian Watson home, they soon become a globetrotting, crimefighting twosome. The start of a great new continuing feature!! Art & story by Baker, with inks by Paul Wills. All told, it’s 40 pages of Good Girl art action and adventure- half Femforce and half Gargantarama. Standard comic book size; black & white interiors with color covers- saddle- stitched. Printed in 2008.

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Femforce 144

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As the tumultuous lives of MS. VICTORY, NIGHTVEIL, SYNN, TARA, SHE-CAT and the rest of the Femforce cast continue to unravel, a new player comes onto the scene- familiar to old-time AC/Paragon readers, but NEW to FEMFORCE faithful. From out of the far-flung future, its the skyfairing adventuress known as STORMY FOSTER, blasting into our present time, bringing destruction in her wake. What is her mysterious mission in our time, and will she meet the FF as friend or foe? Find out in “Storm Warning”, writen by Stephanie Heike, with art by Stephanie & Mark Heike. Then, as SHE-CAT reaches a low point in dealing with her newfound non-super-powered state, she encounters the bloodthirsty menace known as CALAVERA. written by Enrico Teodorani & Stephanie & Mark Heike, with art by Antonio Geraldo Ceglia and The Heikes. Team leader MS. VICTORY and husband PARAGON are primed for a showdown with the mysterious youth claiming to be their cloned offspring, but find the next round is an unsatisfying meeting with the kid’s attorney!! Written by Mark Heike, with art by Rock Baker, Mark Heike and Jeff Austin. This issue, events start unfolding that will lead to the FF’s big 150th issue, coming up in 2009!! Then, those economy-sized ladies are back!! As our flip-book feature this issue, GARGANTARAMA, The COMIC BOOK returns!! GTCB #7 leads off with a scintillating new (to AC Comics) GTS character called ROWENA!! This self-proclaimed “gentle giantess” exists in medevil times, and does her best to deal with life as an oversized femme in a world dominated by tiny males. Created and written by Eric Lindberg, this issue sports TWO chapters in what will be the ongoing saga of Rowena; her intro story (with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin), AND Chapter 2, with art by Rock Baker and Paul Wills. Then, it’s a double-sized double-feature from writer extraordinaire Eric Johnson, as he scibes the return of ALI BASTUR and HER FORTY FEET in “Unwanted Touching”, illustrated by Baker & Austin; plus the latest installment in the adventures of bad-actress-turned-giantess Marla Allison- Humonga:”The Big Meeting”!! Marla goes on a rampage at the headquarters of villainess Madalyn Macabre- but is it io STOP her, or hire her? Featuring dynamic art from the new team of Javier Lugo and Jeff Osgood. All told, it’s 44 pages of great comics in a flip-book format- half FEMFORCE and half GARGANTARAMA- the COMIC BOOK. Standard comic-book size, black & white with color covers, saddle stiched. Released in 2008.

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Femforce 143

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The post- Stardust FEMFORCE world keeps spinning onward as a villain out of the FF’s distant past, MOONWAVER exerts his influence long past his own lifespan in “SINS OF THE FATHER”, and the old guard heroines must lean on past experience to save the newer members- but what’s wrong with SHE-CAT? SYNN must suddenly face the ramifications of recent events in “COMPLICATIONS”, while a night “on the town” with guest-star The SCARLET SCORPION finally reveals (to the readers )the secret SHE-CAT has been hiding in “WHILE THE CAT’S AWAY”. MS VICTORY volunteers to accompany husband PARAGON on a covert mission in Korea, in hopes of keeping both of their minds off of the volatile subject of their renegade cloned “son”- only to be served with legal papers filed by him on their return in “TENSIONS IN A FORIEGN LAND”. A tangled web of slowly unfolding subplots weaves through four chapters as written by Chad Halcom and Mark & Stephanie Heike. Art by Quinton Bedwell, Chris Allen, Jeff Austin, Paul Wills, Rock Baker and Mark Heike. Then, this month’s “flip-book” feature (as GARGANTARAMA-THE COMIC BOOK takes a one-issue hiatus) is FIGHTING YANK #6!! The popular red-white-and-blue Golden Age revival appears in an ALL-NEW, never-before -seen story plotted, penciled & inked by the great Mike (All-Star Squadron, Infinity Corp, Superman, West Coast Avengers, SpiderMan, etc ) Machlan- “THE UNTOLD ORIGIN OF FIGHTING YANK” plus two more Bill Black written & drawn gems- “CHILI CON CARNAGE” and “THE RED-HOT RETURN OF YANKEE GIRL”, all inside a stupendous Machlan FY cover!! All totaled, it’s 44 pages of comics glamor, fun and excitement. Standard comic book size, saddle-stitched, black & white interiors with color covers. Printed in 2008.

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Femforce 142

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Stardust is dead, but the rest of the FF must carry on. Not all parties are willing to accept the finality of Dusty’s demise, however; and as Nightveil braves the Limbo Void to test the viability of somehow contacting her spirit, she stumbles upon an old mystery that apparently has come back to life. Ms. Victory faces an unexpected reaction from her husband, the man known as Paragon; when he learns that a clone made from genetic material harvested unknowingly from himself and Ms V may exist. Ms. V thinks of “it’ as a monster, while Paragon considers it their son!! And when the being himself calls on Rad , it’s hardly a family reunion as she beats the heck out of him and sends him packing. Could this unlikely turn of events lead to a reconcilIation of sorts- or at least an alliance- between Ms. Victory and her estranged daughter, Rad? The plot thickens in a Femforce tale told in three chapters, “Post Mortem”, written by Mark Heike, with art by Jon Doe, Robert Walker, Manuel Bennides, Jeff Austin, Paul Wills and Mark Heike, and a cover by Stephanie and Mark Heike. Then, in the GTS -mania flip-book portion of the issue, Gargantarama- The Comic Book #6, its more giant-woman fun with epidodes from THREE great series, two of which are written by GTS madman Eric Johnston!! Marla Allison is back as Humonga, as her plan to rule the world of tiny men by amassing a huge personal fortune advances. See her in her new headquarters, a converted airplane hangar,as she belittles her new husband and browbeats her own tiny corporate board of directors!! By Johson, penciler Quinton Bedwell, and inker Rob Lansley. Then, the first episode of “I Married a Gammazon”, also written by Eric Johnson, with art by Antonio Rojo and Paul Wills. Remember the Gammazon race from early issues of Femforce? We thought their entire invasion fleet was destroyed, right? Well, maybe it was, but one lone Gammazon was left behind, and she’s quietly set up housekeeping with her human husband- until now!! Enter the Femforce, and trouble soon follows!! Finally, Threeta returns, as the superheroine made from the combined molecules of three beautiful young women becomes the focus of a plot hatched between a ruthless gangster and a renegade scientist in a story written by Mark Heike and drawn by Ken Hunt. Read the front half of the book as a great new issue of Femforce- flip it over, turn it upside down, and it’s the latest issue of Gargantarama- The Comic Book!! Femforce #142/Gargantarma #6 is 44 pages, black & white with color covers, saddle-stitched in standard comic book size, and printed in 2007.

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Femforce 141

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Tragedy strikes as one of the FF’s core members falls in the heat of battle; Synn fights with an intensity never before seen; Ms V finds she may have lost a son almost as soon as she’d found him, and Nightveil and She-Cat have finally returned to normal- or so we THINK. If this is the END of a story arc, why does it raise more questions than it seems to answer? Find out in the thrilling conclusion to the “Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself” story, as penned by Chris Irving, with art by talented newcomers Jon Doe, Chris Franklin, and Rob Lansley, with help from Mark & Stephanie Heike. Then, it’s two “flashback” stories; never-before seen adventures set in a previous time in FF continuity: YANKEE GIRL in “Circus Freak”, set in the early 1990’s, just after her emergence from Dr. Jonathan Weir’s VAULT OF HEROES. YG tries to find her place in the “modern world” by getting a job with a circus she helped out during World War II- but things don’t go smoothly. Plot, pencils & inks by Gianluca Cerritelli, and a script by Eric Johnson. Then, Gianluca is back handling pencil chores on “Death On The Airwaves”, a 1940’s BLUE BULLETEER adventure, written by Mark Heike and inked by Jeff Austin. BB looks for clues to the disappearance of her lover, The BLACK COMMANDO, but finds herself immersed in a Nazi plot to use Nicola Tesla’s abandoned equipment to sabotage US homeland air defenses instead!! And if all that is not enough, this issue of FF is another “flip book”- after you’ve read all the great Femforce action described above, flip the book over, turn it upside down and you’ve ALSO got issue #5 of comicdom’s best “giant woman” themed comic book, GARGANTARAMA-THE COMIC BOOK, with THREE great stories this issue, all penned by GTS enthusiast Eric Johnson!! Marla Allison is back in “The Trials of Humonga”, the first installment in a new ongoing series (with art by Rock Baker and Paul Wills); telephone chatlines go GTS in “1-900-GIANTESS”, illustrated by Quentin Bedwell & Rob Lansley; and Norse mythology goes GTS in “The Ragnarok Vault”, with art by Rock Baker and Jeff Austin. All totalled, it’s 44 pages of never-before-seen “good girl” art and action with superheroines and giantesses!! Standard comic book size, saddle-stitched; full color covers with black & white interiors. Printed in 2007.

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Femforce 140

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All the divergent plotlines touched on over the last 15 issues come to a head as a group of super-powered antagonists (including a member of the FF gone bad) under the control of a power-mad alien threat from decades past have lured The FEMFORCE to a secluded spot for a final showdown. This issue’s lead story is the first half of writer Chris Irving’s opus, “Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself”. See the FF (with General Roberta Strock in tow) in pitched battle in a prehistoric jungle!! See Nightveil lose her mystical abilities, and returned to the non-powered status of The BLUE BULLETEER!! See MS. VICTORY meet a shocking new “family member”!! See SHE-CAT fight with the bad guys!! Witness the supreme villainy the twisted demi-god, STARDUST THE SUPER-WIZARD!! Guest- starring MR. MOD and The SCARAB. Scripted by Chris Irving, with art by Larry Guidry, Guillermo Sanna, Jeff Austin and Rob Landsley. Then, the art team of Guidry and Austin returns on an Enrico Teodorani- written back-up set in the early days of World War II. Founding FFer RIO RITA fights Fascism on her own while undercover in a tiny Mexican town in “Dark Angel”. But that’s not all, because when you flip the book over, the back half of FF #140 brings you the 4th big issue of GARGANTARAMA-THE COMIC BOOK!! More fun and frivolity starring the giant-sized ladies; this issue with a strong FEMFORCE slant, as the MS. VICTORY, SHE-CAT and NIGHTVEIL must try to deal with an insidious plot by the villainous DARKFIRE as she attempts to manipulate the economy-sized GARAGANTA herself for evil purposes in “Bedtime For Garganta”. Written by Bill Black, with 3D digital art by cover artist Uroboros. Guest-starring CAPTAIN FREEDOM .Then, a weight-reducing formula called No Biggie goes haywire with surprising GTS ramifications in “Side Effects May Vary”, written and drawn by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike, with inks by Mark Heike, and finally a sequel to last issues’ classic “Carry A Big Torch”, as Dr. Henry Lewis and the oversized Betty Blake are back; chased by the military, but ready to fight back, ’till the FF steps in!! Check out the GTS catfight between Betty and The FEMFORCE’ S own giant girl, “TOO TALL” TARA!! Story and art by Chad Halcom, with inks by Mark Heike. Another great 44 pages of all-new, never-before seen material between both halves of this smashing double-feature of action and “good girl art” fun. Full color covers with black & white interiors, standard comic book size, saddle-stitched. Printed in 2007.

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Femforce 139

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Another smash issue with all new, never-before-seen stories from cover to cover!! Starting with an all-out action tale wherin MS. VICTORY must take on not one, not two, but three supervillainesses (Valkyra, Alexandria the Greatest & Prom Queen) in “What You Can’t See Can Kill You”!! Written by Paul Monsky, with art by Ed Coutts. Then, NIGHTVEIL must stop a homicidal psychotic killer in an untitled story written by Enrico Teodorani, with art by new sensation Ken Hunt. Next, MS. VICTORY is back for a return engagement when she must face off against a sorceress who is evil incarnate in “One Against Evil”, written by Teodorani, with art by Antonio Conversano. For the other half of the book- Gargantarama- The Comic Book is back!! Just turn the book over, flip to the opposite cover (which features Ms. Victory being pursued by a gigantic outer-space vampiress), and check out this 3rd wild issue of GTCB!! A new giantess comes onto the scene in “Carry A Big Torch”, a giant-woman heroine with a new twist. Created, written and drawn by Chad Halcom, with ink finishes by Jeff Austin, we’re sure she’s going to be a big hit- SO sure that a sequel story is already being prepared for next issue!! Then, another GTS premiere, as the team of Enrico Teodorani and Antonio Conversano introduce an urban giantess crimefighter, La Vedoya. Finally, Femforce star “Too Tall TARA” takes center stage in “Natural Habitat”, as corporate hitmen leave her for dead in an overgrown wilderness, but the big, bold and bombastic jungle brunette tracks down her assailants and brings them to justice in a BIG way in the end!! Written by Steve Orlando, with art by Larry Guidry and Mark Heike. All this plus pinups by Heike- one, an Old West gunfightin’ giantess- and the other, Big ‘Uns star Queen Drusilla!! Who else but AC Comics gives you TWO great comic books for the price of one?!? 44 big pages, black & white with color covers, standard comic book size & format, saddle stitched. Femforce #139 and Gargantarama #3 are actually all one book, produced in a flip-book format, with the Femforce #139 cover on one side, and Gargantarama #3 on the other. Produced in 2007.

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Femforce 138

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ALL-NEW, NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN STORIES FROM COVER TO COVER!!! Another action-packed issue starring the longest-running female super-team in history!! Start off with that rambunctious RAD, who returns to bedevil her mother, FF head honcho MS. VICTORY in “My Own Worst Enemy”. A revenge-seeking madman engineers a battle royale between the two distaff titans that may costs BOTH of their lives- and what might it’s conclusion portend? Written by Chris Irving, with art by Gianluca Cerrutelli and Jeff Austin. Then, picking up the thread of last issue’s mysterious events, NIGHTVEIL suddenly finds herself at the gravesite of The HAUNTED HORSEMAN, confronted by a new enemy- The BLUE BULLETEER!?! “Shadowhunt” is written by Chris Irving, with art by Ken Hunt (who also drew this issue’s stellar front cover) & inks by Mark Heike. Then, TARA FREMONT gets back to her jungle roots in a sequel to a story that appeared in FF #128, as she gets the upper hand on a band of murderous poachers in “Silence Falls on Jungle Island”, written by Enrico Teodorani, and drawn by Antonio Conversano. And although we know (based on last issue’s events) that SHE-CAT has disappeared, she’s in action here in a short feature from another time & place titled “It Was Just Another Night”, also written by Enrico Teodorani, with art by Drew Gardner. But that’s not all, as the second half of the comic continues with the flip-book mini-feature we debuted last issue with GARGATARAMA-THE COMIC BOOK #2!! Just turn the book over, flip past the great Silvano back/flip cover, and read three more great Good Girl Art stories, all with the GTS theme: GARGANTA herself leads off in “Off To The Races”, as a daring robbery at a NASCAR race is foiled single-handedly by Big G in spectacular, size-changing action!! Written and penciled by Mark Heike, with ink finishes by Jeff Austin. Then, one-time giant villainess Marla Allison returns in “Attack Of The 5′ 6″ Woman”, plotted and drawn by Eric Theriault, with inks & dialogue by Mark Heike. Finally, The FEMFORCE themselves come up against their worst nightmare– a GIANT SIZED STELLA STARGAZE in “Terror On A Tear!!”, written by Xizor and drawn by Silvano. More than 40 gages of excitement, over seven different stories!! 48 pages, black & white with color covers, standard comic book size & format, saddle-stitched. Printed in 2007.

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Femforce 137

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THIS BOOK IS SOL:D OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!  Get ready for the next “big event” in FEMFORCE history, as writer Chris Irving sets the table for same with a three chapter FF story comprised of: “Starcrossed”- wherin the beautiful Rurian FFer WE know as STARDUST meets up with a doppleganger (in name only) out of the 1940’s, STARDUST THE SUPER-WIZARD !! Whether he will be friend or foe remains to be seen, but Dusty need SYNN’s help to escape his clutches- and guess who catches the eye of the super-wizard? With art by Kurt Ruskin, Mark Heike & Jeff Austin. Then, in “Jungle Love”, SYNN’s unease at The SUPER-WIZARD’S unwanted attentions lead her (with SHE-CAT in tow) on an expedition to Jungle Island to unearth a long-lost love as an ally- which brings yet ANOTHER new/old guest-star into the fray. The mission is a success, but team numbers revert to status qou when SHE-CAT mysteriously disappears. Art by Nick Northey, Mark Heike & Jeff Austin. Then, NIGHTVEIL goes in search of SHE-CAT with FIREBEAM & MISS MASQUE to aid her, in “Daggerquest”. The quest in question leads to an ancient Egyptian tomb, and a battle with mummies, but DOES net them a clue to SHE-CAT’S wherabouts. Then, it’s the thrilling conclusion to last issue’s illustrated text story by Paul Monsky & Ed Coutts, “The Victor and the Vanquished”. This concluding chapter is entitled: “Judgement by Sunset”. Then, hang onto your socks (and turn over your copy) as the special “flip-book” format of FF debuts this issue!! The other half of FF #137 (complete with great cover art by Stephanie & Mark Heike ) is: GARGANTARAMA #1!! Hot on the heels of the ultra-successful GARGANTARAMA DVD video, this great new title will focus on giant woman subjects of all kinds , this issue with a FEMFORCE flair, as cover feature TARA (TOO TALL ) FREMONT stars in “Cinderblocked”, by Chris Irving, Julio Cesar, Mark Heike & Jeff Austin. A business rival of Tara’s father blackmails the raven-haired beauty into searching below Jungle Island (man, that’s a BUSY spot this month) for an ancient object of great power WITHOUT being able to use her growth ability against him; but after braving various perils, Tara uses her head to figure out a way to upset his rowboat in a BIG finish. Then, AC Comics great Brad Gorby contributes a top-flight GTS script, on “Home Grown”. A farmer’s voluptuous young daughter fends off the amorous advances of a sleazy loan officer by using the unexpected side effects of her father’s super-growth agricultural fertilizer. Art by Mark Heike & Jeff Austin. And finally, a down-on-his-luck wrestling promoter takes the advice of a mysterious Asian advisor and finds the ratings on his wrestling shows growing proportionally with the size of his lady wrestlers in “G. R. O. W.” It’s big, beautiful babes growing even bigger and fighting!! What more could you want? Script by Mark Heike, with art by Tim Doe. Femforce #137/Gargatarama-The Comic Book #1 is (in total) 52 pages, black & white with color covers, standard comic-book size and format; saddle-stitched & printed in 2006. It is produced in a flip-book format, so that the front half is comprised of Femforce #137, flip the book overand the other half is Gargantarama- The Comic Book #1.

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Femforce 136

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ALL-NEW, never-before-seen!! Not a SINGLE reprint!! Just inside a breathtaking jungle-themed, digitally-painted cover by guest-artist Gene Gonzalez is another top-flight potpurri of great contemporary “good girl” art comics action!!! Open with a retro SHE-CAT tale set in 1952, and co-starring Miss Masque. “Death of the Goddess” features our ferocious feline’s second encounter with the OTHER cat-deity- inspired female, Bastis- which takes place on board a luxury cruise ship. Written by Chris Irving, with art by Larry Guidry & Jeff Austin, it’s a film-noire mood masterpiece. Then, MS. VICTORY fights side-by-side with hubby PARAGON to stop an evil madman’s bid to take control of a US Army base, and the offbeat conclusion leaves Joan with a strange secret that she may well keep from even her “better half”. Written by Chad Halcom, with art by Halcom & Mark Heike. Then, Gene Gonzalez teams with writer Paul Monsky on “Rio Diablo” in a retro story picking up from events way back in Femforce Special #2. That sultry super-spy RIO RITA comes across an ally while facing off with gansters in the South American jungles- none other than IRISH of the JUNGLE!! Plus, another Monsky-wrtten piece, a TARA illustrated text story, “The Victor & The Vanquished”, with art by Ed Coutts. Finally, our masked heroine escapes certain death to neutralize four vicious mafiosos in “Revenge of the Blue Bulleteer”, written by Enrico Teodorani, with art by Marco Caldi. 44 pages, black & white with color covers; standard comic-book size, saddle- stitched. Printed in 2006.

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Femforce 135 LOW QUANTITIES!!

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ONLY TWO COPIES LEFT IN STOCK!! A superb ALL NEW, NEVER BEFORE SEEN issue, without a single reprint in it!! It’s action, intrigue and incredible female pulchritude as our girls-on-the-go tackle menaces across the globe!! First, a routine rescue mission puts MS. VICTORY in the hands of what SEEMS to be a giant woman in “The Traveller”, by Mark & Stephanie Heike. Then, STARDUST’S encounter with an otherworldly automaton leaves her at odds with the military in “Alien Encounter”, by Chris Irving, Sylvain Varreau & Jeff Austin. AC artistic great from long ago, CHAD HUNT returns to pencil & ink a Chris Irving SHE-CAT story (guest-starring The SCARLET SCORPION), “Love Hurts!”, while CAPTAIN FREEDOM guests when the villainous CLAW returns in “Worse Things Happen At Sea” And when the ruthless lady pirate Singapore Sal shows up, you may be surprised to find out whose side SHE is on!! Written & drawn by Nick Northey, with art finishes by Jeff Austin. Plus- two short featurettes, The BLUE BULLETEER in “No WAY OUT”, written by Enrico Teodorani and drawn by Antonio Conversano; and SHE-CAT & NIGHTVEIL in “Curse of the Werewolf”, written by Teodorani, with art by Marco Caldi. Cover art by Stephanie & Mark Heike. 44 pages, black & white with color covers. Standard comic book size, saddle-stitched. Printed in 2006.

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Femforce 134

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JUST FOUND A SMALL CACHE OF COPIES IN OUR WAREHOUSE OF THESE PREVIOUSLY-SOLD-OUT-ISSUE!! GRAB ONE NOW AT THE ORIGINAL COVER PRICE BEFORE THEY’RE ALL GONE!! Special double-lead issue!! First, the conclusion of the stuggle between RAD & The BLACK TERROR and the mad genius, Dr. Lieber; as serialized over the last two issues. When MS. VICTORY & PARAGON are kidnapped (!?!) by Lieber, it looks like nothing more than bait to lure Rad & The ‘TERROR into a trap- but is it? Find out in “Generation Gap”, written by Chris Irving, and drawn by Jeff Austin. Then, it must be “guest-star” month in FF, because SHE-CAT teams up with her main squeeze, The SCARLET SCORPION, and there night out breaking up an illegal gambling ring shows why they are NOT “Just Another Couple”. Scripted by newcomer Steve Orlando, with art by Gilberto Borba. 44 pages, bl;ack & white with color covers; standard comic book size & format; saddle-stitched. Printed in 2006.

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Femforce 133

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ALL-NEW, never-before-seen material!! NOT A SINGLE REPRINT!!! Tara Fremont takes center stage this issue, as the funeral of an old friend leads to a confrontation with a giant female elemental assasin, and the return of a hero out of the past in “Day of the Dead”, written by Maura Grundmeyer, with art by Jeff Austin, and guest-starring… The Masked Marvel!!! Then, Rad & The Black Terror’s investigation hits paydirt as they finally catch up to the mad Dr. Lieber- though in a guise that NO ONE could have expected. But triumph turns to tradgedy, when Lieber slips through Rad’s fingers- lirterally, in the continuation of last issues “Mission Prometheus” storyline. Script by Chris Irving, layouts by Kevin Stokes, finished pencils by Mark Heike, and inks by Jeff Austin. Finally, The snarling She-Cat ends up in the hands of an adversary out of the past- The Jackal- and in a confrontation like this, only ONE combatant can survive. “Captive of the Jackal”, written by Francesca Paolucci & Enrico Teodorani, (edited by Bill Black) with art By Antonio Conversano art-edited by Mark Heike. 44 pages, black & white with color covers, standard comic- book size, saddle-stitched. Printed in 2005

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Femforce 132

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This issue is a real potpourri of top-flight “good girl art” action, starting off with an awesome painted cover of Buckaroo Betty, done by Ed Coutts. It fronts for the way-out Western story that Ed and writer Paul Monsky crafted, ” The Devil’s Right Hand”. Spagetti Westerns were never like this- unless served with a generous helping of cheesecake!! The unpredictable Rad and her sometimes-partner The Black Terror open up with the first installment of their multi-issue manhunt for an old enemy in “Mission Prometheus- Part One”, written and inked by multitalented Chris Irving, and drawn by talented newcomer Kevin Stokes. Team leader Ms. Victory gets the solo spotlight in a tale of urban action called “The Getaway” by the team of writer Enrico Toeodorani and Antonio Conversano. The bodacious Blue Bulleteer braks up an arcane human sacrifice in the short feature titled “Rites of Evil”, also by Teodorani and Conversano. The talented Italian team returns for a third round this issue, a Cave Girl jungle action guest-story, “Cave Girl vs The Sons of N’Drokk” Speaking of guest-stars, Miss Masque appears in an untold tale set in the late 1940’s, “My Own Murder”, written by the prolific Chris Irving (with edits by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike) and art by Ollie Drac and Mark G. Heike. Six where else can you find six different beauitiful and buxom heroines, in six different stories, all in one great comic? 44 pages, black & white with color covers, standard comic book sizr. Printed in 2005.

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Femforce 131

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Second half of the big FF 20th Anniversary storyline- “Death Before Der Fuerher!!” While Atoman, General Strock and Ms. Victory are virtually tortured by an obscene cyber-Hitler, genetically-mutated stormtroopers led by the villainous Valkyra attack FEMFORCE headquarters. When Ironjaw and The Frightenstein Monster threaten to join in the fray, The Sentinels of Juctice arrive to help Synn, She-Cat, Stardust, Tara & Nightveil hold down the fort. When wildcards Rad and Black Terror jump into the mix, will it be as friend-or foe!!??! A guest-star-filled drama in five acts, as drawn by Mr. Gorby himself, Jaunty Jeff Austin, Don Secrease, Scott Nemmers & Ollie Drac, with inks by Mark Heike & Jeff Austin. Plus- a tale out of the fabulous 1940’s as Blue Bulleteer and Ms. Victory dare “Lady Luger’s Chamber of Tortures”- with a guest cameo by Rio Rita. Written by Enrico Teodorani, drawn by Larry Guidry, and inked by Mark Heike. 40 Pages, black & white with color covers. Standard comic book size & format. Printed in 2005.

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Femforce 130

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BIG 20Th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL!! It’s been twenty years of great Femforce fun, action and excitement, and to celebrate, longtime fan favorite Brad Gorby has written this 40-page, book length spectacular all-new, never-before -seen story: “www.derfuerherdownload.com “!! Lady Luger and Fritz Voltzmann are back, with a plan to bring their favorite kind of Fascism back to sweep the globe!! And- they’ve recruited several of their best Aryan buddies to help them pull it off- Valkyra, Ironjaw and– The Frightenstein Monster?? This blockbuster saga is chock full of guest-stars, like Firebeam, The Scarlet Scorpion and The Justice Squad (Atoman, Carbonator, Lady Darkness, Beamer and Speedbolt- you remember them), and STILL only tells half the story, as this adventure is TOO BIG to be contained in one issue, it will be continued and concluded in FF #131. This epic is told in chapters, with pencil art on each by a different Femforce favorite artist- Scott Nemmers, Ed Coutts, Don Secrease and Gorby HIMSELF each draw a chapter, but Jaunty Jeff Austin is so good, we had to have him draw TWO!! Inks over most of the book are by the team of Mark and Stephanie Heike, with special individual chapters inked by Austin, Coutts, and Bossman Bill Black. All this encasec in a superb wraparound cover drawn by Da Gorbster, and inked and colored by Mark ‘n Steph Heike. What more could you want? 40 pages, black and white with color covers, standard comic book size, printed in 2004.

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Femforce 129

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ALL-NEW!! NOT A SINGLE PAGE OF REPRINT!! Former FF writer/artist Don Secrease returns with a mysterious revelation involving his own addition to Femforce history, their one-time leader: Colt, the weapons mistress, in: “Whatever Happened To Shorty?” The mystery unfolds over the last year, as Femforce members MISS VICTORY, STARDUST, TARA, SHE-CAT, SYNN & NIGHTVEIL take on various old Colt villains; like Montague Moon, Bric-a-Brac, Pinto, Tagg, and more. All easily dispatched, but as the FFers begin to wonder why their diminutive former leader was not available to defeat her old foes, Nightveil goes to the source- and finds a shocking revelation!! Script by Done Secrease, pencils by Secrease, Mark Glidden, Stephanie Sanderson-Heike, Sylvain Varreau, and Jeff Austin, with inks throughout by Mark G. Heike. Then, another Golden Age great is revived at AC as Rulah, the Jungle Queen (one-time bosomy brunette bombshell of Victor Fox’s great “good girl art” comics of the 1940’s) returns in all-new jungle action in “Clash of the Gods”, written by Enrico Teodorami, with art by Antonio Conversano. See Rulah battle Kutulu, the giant jungle ape. Plus, a pair of Blue Bulleteer “short subjects”- “Night of Countess Hells”, by Teodorani and Conversano, and “Blue Bulleteer Captured”, written by Teodorani, with art by Luciano Bernasconi. Great glamor and action in the classic tradition featuring the longest-running female super-team in comics history. 44 pages, black & white with color covers. Standard comic book format. Printed in 2004

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Femforce 128

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Special Halloween Horror Issue!!! ALL NEW!!! NOT A SINGLE REPRINT!! Yes, this issue is AC’s spooky holiday greeting to you; and believe me, it’s horrifying. Start off with a bizarre, dreamlike retro tale involving the FF team of some years ago, whose time spent captive in an abandoned movie theater teaches them that “Fear Is The Mind-Killer”. Written by newcomer Ellis Lange, with art by Scott Nemmers. Then, Tara Fremont tracks a missing animal to the South China Sea, and learns “The Legend of the White Tiger”, written by Enrico Teodorami and Paul Monsky, with art by Silvano and Maximillian Plissken. Finally, a terrifying tale of the living dead set in the rough and tumble Olde West, in “Five Graves For Black Phantom”, written by Enrico Teodorani, with art by Antonoio Conversano. Plus, an illustrated gallery of the FF as Distressed Damsels, by cover artist Ed Coutts, and pin-ups by Nick Mikesell, Drew Gardener, Silvano, Bill Marimon and Luciano Bernasconi. 44 pages, black and white with color covers, standard comic book size. Printed in 2004.

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Femforce 127

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Special All-Continental Issue!! All-New Material!! Not A Single Reprint!! This month, our entire issue of FF is given over to stories completely produced by some of our favorite European creators. First off, the lead story, contributed by Spain’s Man of Bronze Studios, features the rvival of yet 12 more not-previously-seen actual superheroes from comicdom’s Golden Age!! Music Master! The Lightning!! Black Fury!! Green Mask!! Man O’ Metal!! Twilight!! Samson!! Yarko!! The Twister, and Lady Fairplay, in a gripping saga entitled “Return of the Century”!! But when these powerhouses from the past return, will it be as friend or foe? It is up to the Femforce (plus guest-stars Dr. Jonathan Weir, Fighting Yank, The Haunter, Yankee Girl, Pyroman, The Liberator and American Crusader) to find out. From a plot by Pedro Angosto, with art by Carlos Rodriguez, Luis Lorente, Pablo Alcalde, Daniel Albuixech, Jose Sanchez, Albert Puig, and Miguel Angel Lopez. Then, The Snarling She-Cat tangles with a mysterious assasin who comes to a fiery denoument in “Burn, Baby, Burn!!”; written by Francesca Paolucci and Enrico Teodorani, with art by Antonio Conversano. Finally, a tale set in the far-off ’40’s, with the beautiful Blue Bulleteer at the mercy of her arch-foe Lady Luger- until Miss Masque intervenes!! It’s called “The Whip of Lady Luger, and it comes from the talented team of Teodorani and Conversano. A very different but interesting take on the lovely ladies of Femforce this issue. 44 pages, standard comic book size, color covers with black and white interiors. Printed in 2004

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Femforce 126

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ALL NEW MATERIAL!! NOT A SINGLE PAGE OF REPRINT!! The top superheroine group of all time is back with another new issue this month, chock full of more super-types than you’ll find anywhere in comicdom. Four brand new stories, starting off with a sequel to FF #122’s Muck-Man saga. The big, gooey glob is back in “Totally Absorbed. A new kind of muck menace threatens, as Synn, Tara, Stardust & Ms. Victory find out what happens when you leave the leftovers out too long!! Script by Bill Black, with art by Jeff Austin. Then, a blast from the past with the Snarling She-Cat in a solo story set in the fabulous 1950’s. ‘Cat meets up with another feline-powered female, Bastis. Is she friend or foe? Written by new sensation Chris Irving, pencils by Tommie Smith, and inks by Mark G. Heike. Then, an old friend returns- Colt, the Weapons Mistress- but an old foe is with her- the villainous Dollface!! Colt creator Don Secrease writes and draws “Obsession Is More Than A Fragrance” Finally, the whole FF team embarks on a new adventure, as the sudden, mysterious appearance of an former ally sends them on the hunt for a long-forgotten super-team in: “There Is No Place Like Home”, by the smashing new team of creators from Spain, writer Pedro Angusto, penciler Carlos Rodriguez, and inker Vicente CiFuentes!! See the first modern-era revival appearance of actual Golden Age characters Man O’ Metal, The Lightning, Yarko, The Twister, Green Mask, Samson, Music Master, Lady Fairplay, Twilight and Black Fury -the Century Club!! 44 thrill-packed pages, black & white with color covers, 101/4″ X 7″. Printed in 2004

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Femforce 125

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Historic 125Th issue! ALL NEW MATERIAL, NOT A SINGLE REPRINT!!!Guest-stars abound as the Femfoce title reaches the one and one-quarter century mark!! First- from out of the past, the supernatural sizzle of the being known as Firebeam!! Among the Femforce regulars, there is nothing but questioning and self-doubt with Ms. Victory, Nightveil and Synn-so leave it to Firebeam to thwart a plot to bring the spirit of the most hated man in world history back to life- without even knowing the villains behind it!! “Drawn to The Flames” with story and pencils by Mark Heike, and inks by Jeff Austin. Then, it’s back to the fighting 1940’s in a retro drama starring She-Cat, aided and abetted by the redoubtable Reddevil, and a surprise appearance by Ms. Scarab. It’s “Night of The Goddess” , with story and inks by Chris Irving, and pencils by Chris Samnee. Move the clock forward a few decades, to a point just after Tara Fremont finished college, and you’ll find her defending her newly-acquired Jungle Island in “Danger Waits Down Any Path”, written by Paul Monsky, and drawn by Silvano. Then, two star-crossed supernatural entities find each other, when a desparate and forlorn Black Phantom turns to the ebony Darkshade, in “An Immaterial Love Story”, with art and inks by Chris Irving, and pencils by Reilly Brown. Throw in a two-page recap of Reddevol’s origin by Irving and Samnee, and you’ve got quite an issue. 44 pages, black and white with color covers, standard comic book size. Printed in 2004.

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Femforce 124 LAST COPY AVAILABLE!!

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WE ARE LITERALLY DOWN TO OUR LAST COPY AVAILABLE OF THIS ISSUE! ONCE THIS ONE IS GONE, IT WILL BE A COMPLETE SELL-OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!! Tara, everyone’s favorite jungle gal, steals the spotlight when she takes a shower that starts a madcap chase thru the jungle-sans costume!! Art by Ed Coutts, from a Paul Monsky story. Then, an old foe returns to menace The Femforce- Darkfire!! When her twisted scheme for revenge puts Ms. V, Tara, She-Cat and Nightveil in the helpless clutches of her Menta-helmet, it’s up to Synn to come up with a “big idea’ to rescue them!! Great GTS climax with giant Darkfire and Tara!! Plot and layouts by newcomer Kurt Ruskin; script by Bill Black, and finished art by Mark and Stephanie Heike. Then, another heroine from the Golden Age returns- Tomboy!! Last seen within the pages of Sterling Comic’s Captain Flash Comics, circa 1955, Writer/artist Nick Northey brings her back to life in a wild, way-out and wacky all-new “retro” story set in that era, titled “Voodoo Hoodoo”!! If grizzled detectives, zombie strippers and a gangster named Wholly Worm Smith aren’t enough, check out Jeff Austin’s awesome inks on Mr. Northey’s pencils!! 44 pages, black and white with color cover, standard Femforce size and format. Printed in 2004.

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Femforce 123

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The spotlight falls on Nightveil, Sorceress Supremme this issue, as she stars in not one but two stories. First, it takes a trip to The Limbo Void (and the combined aid of Synn and Commando D to finally secure the supremely- powerful mystical talisman known as- The Prima Gem; in an untitled story written by Bill Black, with pencils and inks by Jeff Austin. Then, the feature event- is it reality, or is it a phantasm? Nightveil journeys to far-off Altair to reunite with her star-crossed lover, Dan Barton. a.k.a. The Black Commando. Or does she? Why must the powerhouse known as Paragon come to her aid, and how is Alizarin Crimson involved? Find out in “The Dream”, written and pencilled by Mark Glidden, and inked by Jeff Austin. Then, a “good girl art” blast from the past, with a never-before-reprinted adventure from the The Golden Age, starring the Nedor Comics blonde Bombshell known as Miss Masque,in a wild and woolt adventure drawn by Lin Streeter. 44 pages, black and white with color covers, standard Femforce 10″ X 6″ size. Printed in 2004.

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“Superbabes” Part 3 of 3. From out of the past , “Terror Brings The Muckman!!” The fabulous Femforce (with this issue’s spotlight on Ms. Victory, Synn, Stardust and Tara.) find themselves at Carteque Labs, home base of featured guest-stars Rocketman and Jet Girl , facing off against the sickening spawn of Dr. McNabb at his/it’s slimiest. When a maleavolent terrorist operative is thrown in the mix, can even special cameo guest Fighting Yank help the forces of right prevail? Lots of superb GTS action with the FF’s resident giantess, “Too Tall” Tara. Story and pencils by Wildman Bill Black, with spectacular ink finishes by Jeff Austin. Then, it’s a blast from the past with a superb, never-before-reprinted gem straight out of the Golden Age; Miss Victory in “Death in Molten Steel”!! Beautifully reproduced from a rare issue of Holyoke Comic’s Captain Aero, this Nina Albright-drawn drama pits the beautiful Miss V. against Nazi sabatuers in a Pittsburgh steel plant. Then, for the first time in print ANYWHERE, it’s Chris Irving (writer/inker) and Chris Samnee’s (penciler) beautiful Nazi-basher, Miss Scarab!! This super-powered superheroine awakes from an enchanted slumber dating back to an ancient Egyptian dynasty, right into war-torn 1942, to fight for freedom!! Then, the “Superbabes” mini-series’ last guest-feature- American Star, written by Wizard magazine’s Brent Erwin, with art by David Ellis and Rusty Gilligan. This patriotic retro superwoman takes on her Fascist doppleganger, Reich Star in “Star Light, Star Reich!” Four top-flight stories featuring the best in daringly devine action heroines. 44 pages, black & white with color covers, standard Femforce format. Printed in 2003

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Femforce 121

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ALL-NEW MATERIAL FROM COVER TO COVER!! NOT A SINGLE PAGE OF REPRINT!! The second issue of the three-part “Superbabes” trilogy leads of with a 24-page barnburner of a conclusion to last issue’s “Out of The Past” Femforce lead story, as the circe 1955 team of Miss Victory, She-Cat, Rio Rita, Blue Bulleteer and Blonde Bomber start out as the helpless captives of the villainess Rathschilde. When it becomes obvious that mere super-powers won’t defeat their suddenly-savage opponent, brains, bravery and teamwork must save the day. And wait’ll you see who was REALLY behind this time-twisted plot all along. Written by Mark & Stephanie Heike, penciled by Jeff Austin, with inks by Mark, Jeff & Steph. Then, the gorgeous gal-character guest-stories continue, with the dark-alley mystery of Femme Noir, written by veteran comics pro Chris Mills, drawn by all-time great Joe Staton, and inked by talented new embellisher Horatio Ottolini. The mysterious blonde distaff detective (and star of Chris Mills’ supernaturalcrime.com website) trades pot-shots with gangsters, thugs and various outrageous characters in a stolen-artifact switcheroo called “The Dingus”. Mauricio Hunt’s teen heroine Kinetics ( you may remember her cameos in Femforce #99 & 100 ) gets a feature story of her own, as the pert and perky super-powered alien must defeat an awesome rock monster while “Going To The Movies”, as illustrated by Adriano Vicente Santos. All this plus pin-ups , too!! Color cover (by Mark & Stephanie Heike) with black & white interoirs, 44 pages, standard comic book size. Printed in 2003.

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First of a special three-issue story arc celebrating female comic book characters- Superbabes!! First in a great, all-new Femforce lead story, journey into the past to experience a never-before-told tale out of the case files of the Femforce of the 1950’s, in “0ut of the Past”. See Miss Victory, She-Cat, Blue Bulleteer, Rio Rita and (seen in action with The Femforce for the FIRST TIME since 1980’s Femzine #1!!!) The Blonde Bomber face off against the awesome mystical power of Rathschilde, the weird, giant sorceress. Where does she get her strange powers, and what is her connection to Rio Rita’s past? Written by Mark and Stephanie Heike, with art by the awesome duo of Gianluca Cerutelli and Jeff Austin. Then, in the present, Nightveil faces an unseen enemy in the limbo void in “Machinations”, written and inked by Mark Heike, and penciled by returning AC favorite Chris Allen. An actual vintage Golden Age Rio Rita adventure rounds out the FF fun, straight out of the pages of Fiction House’s Fight comics; then it’s the special Superbabes guest-story by long-time comics and animation great, Will Meugniot- Mary America! Set in the warn-torn skies of 1940’s Germany, Mary and her ally Dr. Allset take off in there amazing wave-plane to take on the Axis fury of- the Silver Salamander! Wild, way-out pulp-style “good girl art” super-heroics starring this brand-new, never-before-seen heroine created, written and drawn by the amazing Mr. Meugniot!! Plus- the conclusion of Jason Greenfields’s “Worlds of Justice” prose story. Black and white with color covers, 44 pages, 6″ X 10″ size. Printed in 2003.

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Femforce 119

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When Diana Adams disapperas from the streets she protects, Rio Rita and the Blue Bulleteer search for “The Missing Masque”, but will they rescue her, or join in her fate? A Femforce story out of the past, by new creators Paul Monsky on script, and Ed Coutts on art. Then, an actual vintage Golden Age tale starring Miss Victory, in a never-previously-reprinted Charles Quinlan production, last seen in Holyoke Comics’ “Veribest Sureshot #1, circa 1945. Yankee Girl fills in for Ms. V. at a political meet-and-greet and ends up in hot water in “Driplomacy”, written by Mark Heike, and illustrated by yet another pair of first-timers, Gianluca Cerrutelli and Silas Dixon. All this, plus Part II of Jason Greenfield’s text opus, “Worlds of Justice: The Nightman Chronicles. Black and white with color covers, 44 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 2003.

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Femforce 118

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THIS BOOK IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! 60Th Anniversary Edition only- Extremely limited quantities!!! Celebrate the 20Th Anniversary of AC Comics with it’s most successful title, Femforce!! As Dr. Mara delves into Synn’s diminishing/expanding intellect, fantastic forces snatch the Girl From LSD into the far-flung future where, if you can believeit, “Synn Saves The Solar System!” Written and drawn by Bill Black, and guest-starring The Starmasters!!! After sucking soul energy from countless lost beings, the monstrous Kraken awakens and rises from the deep sea depths to ravage the planet. Only Nightveil, sorceress supreme, and She-Cat, feline cat goddess, stand in its path to block its conquest in the cataclysmic climax to “The Curse of the Kraken” by Tony Bruno and Scott Nemmers. Also, Eric Coile’s masterful “Cave Girl”, originally scheduled for Cave Girl #2. What if legendary actress/pin-up queen Irish McCalla had played the part of Cave Girl? Plus- an additional 16-page section that includes scads of sexy pin-ups by Ed Coutts, Brad Gorby, Heike & Black, Eddy Newell and others, and the textual account of how Bill Black created Synn and the Femforce, profusely illustrated with art and photos!! Every copy signed by Bill Black and Mark Heike!! As mentioned elsewhere, due to a printing gaff, only a few of these books will be available here as back issues. All of the “standard edition” versions of this book, sold through the comics distributors, have sold out and are unavailable. We just had parts to assemble a few of these Special Anniversary Editions, so this is the only version of this book that will now be available- and when these are sold, FF 118 will no longer be available in ANY format. We may someday reprint this material in another format, but that will not be in the foreseeable future-so if you want this book, act now. 60 pages, black and white with color covers, standard comic book format. Printed in 2003.

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THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! Lead story is “Curse of the Kraken” Part 2- Nightveil and She-Cat combat Simon, Aura and The Kraken’s female minions to prevent them from killing all the dance club patrons and moving on to the rest of the city. An incredible cat fight ensues with Femforce battling exotic dancers. During the struggle, Nightveil learns more of The Kraken’s past, but is it enough to help her stop this evil entity before it claims countless more lives? Art by Scott Nemmers, story by Tony Bruno. Then, it’s a special guest-star romp as Cave Girl and Yankee Girl tussle in the world of 1954, in “Men Are From Mars…” a story by Mark Heike, with art by guest-creator Andrew Pepoy !! Plus, a text story – what if the AC Universe HAD no Femforce!?! it’s Part 1 of Jason Greeenfield’s “The Nightman Chronicles”. A vintage Fiction House reprint follows; Rio Rita by Jack Kamen-Plus, an all-Bill Black short feature, Synn in “Chocolate Fudge Sundaze!” 44 pages, black and white with color covers, standard comic book size. Printed in 2002. Special Note: Because of a mistake in estimating, we did not have enough covers printed for this book to allow an extensive overrun for back-issue sales. We have an extremely limited number of copies for sale through the AC webstore, and once they are gone, that is it. We cannot produce more. If you want to own this book, we would suggest you do not delay in ordering. It is possible we MIGHT reprint this material someday in some format, but we have no definite plans to do so at this time. Please be advised that this same situation will affect Femforce 118, which will be finished about the third week of December.

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THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!! New June, 2002 Diamond Comics edition! Maria Savarese as Alizarin Crimson on the photocover! A new lead story features jungle GTS mayhem as FF giat woman Tara faces her old enemies Dr. and Roxanne Rivits, dabbling in forbidden experiments in the African jungle, and only a giant woman can bring the misancreants to justice. Story by M. Wade Hobby, with art by Eric Coile and Bill Black. Then, the villainous Alizarin Crimson is back with a vengeance!! Disguised as Femforce team leader Ms. Victory, Crimson enters Nightveil’s Everglades sanctum to steal the all-powerful Prima Gem!! Story and inks by Bill Black, art by Eric Coile. After the encounter with Crimson, Nightveil and She-Cat find a clammy menace from beneath the sea that turns Spring Break in Florida into a bloodbath of horror!! It’s “The Curse of the Kraken!!” and this unholy creature fights Femforce with a squad of topless dancers!! Art and story by Scott Nemmers. Plus- photos of actress Maria Savarese (from the upcoming Femforce video movie) as the FF badgirl Alizarin Crimson at Orlando’s Megacon. 44 pages, black and white with color photo cover. Printed in 2002.

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Femforce 115

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The Femforce have come up against a lot of opponents in there crimefighting careers, but this issue’s bad guy may take the cake. What do you do with a villain who has a crazy weapon, a gang of henchmen, and a motivation beyond a simple crime spree? See Stardust spattered with goo! See “Too Tall”Tara in bondage! See General Strock…out on a date?!? Read “The Artiste'”, this issue’s lead story, written and penciled by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike, dialogue by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike and Bill Black, and inked by Mark G. Heike. And if you think THAT story was goofy, wait ’till you read the backup!! Synn, masquerading as another “superheroine”, tricked into showing all for a skin mag? Nightveil spanked by an over-steroided loser called The Alphamale? No one could possibly be responsible for this but writer-penciler Nick Northey, and editor- inker Bill Black. Once you’ve read “Double Trouble”, you’ll be sure we’ve lost all of our good sense. All this and a TON of Fembabe pinups by the likes of Brad Gorby, Eric Coile, David E. Wolfe, Celestino Galabasa and more!! Wacky superheroic action, GTS shenanigans galore, and great “good girl art” pinups. 40 pages, black and white with color cover, 53/4″ X 91/4″ size, printed in 2001

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Femforce 114

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The exciting conclusion to Femforce #113 , Femforce #114 by Scott Nemmers, Mark Heike and Bill Black!  Backup stories are Synn by Bill Black (an homage to Al Hartely) and Senorita Rio by Bob Lubbers! Plus, all new, never beforeseen Garganta story, “Lost at Sea”, which was NOT in the original, web shop exclusive version of this book previously offered. Written by Paul Mellette, with art by Shawn Surface Inks by Bill Black and Mark Heike; in this adventure Garganta fights kidnappers. (Please note: the original, web shop only version of this book is no longer available.)

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Femforce 113

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It’s the latest adventure of the best-looking super-group in comics history, as the Femforce meet up with an old enemy -Gorgana! The hideous she-demon strikes while the FF is aiding there colleague, Dr. Carlos Jimenez with a delecate experiment involving his Time Triangle. See the giantess, Too Tall Tara smash malevolent robots! See She-Cat at her snarling, savage best! See Ms. Victory, Synn , Nightveil and Stardust in action again, in “Gorgana At The Gate”. Story and pencils by Scott Nemmers, with inks by FF creator Bill Black and Mark Heike. Guest starring Paragon, Commando D, Astron and Astra. Also, this issue features an “Untold Tales Of Tara” story, starring the FF’s resident jungle girl and her pal Janis Lawson as they meet up with the murderous Dr. Rivits and his sadistic daughter Roxanne in “Creeping Unknown”, by Bill Black. (This tale is an homage to the great jungle glamor artist, Jay Scott Pike.) Plus, a Golden Age reprint- Miss Victory in action straight out of the 1940’s, as she breaks up an Axis spy ring intent on stealing confidential papers. Art by Charles Quinlan. All this and a pinup portfolio, photos, and a rundown from publisher Wild Bill on upcoming projects. And remember-this book cannot be found in your local comic shop, it is only available directly from AC Comics. Order now! 9/19/2001- Now- special Diamond Distribution edition available!! Same $5.95 price, but this version has an all new, never beforeseen She-Cat story, “Debt Of Gratitude”, which was NOT in the original, web shop exclusive version of this book previously offered. Written by Paul Mellette, with art by Shawn Surface and Bill Black; in this adventure She-Cat braves a raging inferno to save someone all but forgotten from her past. (Please note: the original, web shop only version of this book is no longer available.)

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Femforce 112

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This is part 3 of the three-part storyline, “The Cyberian Connection”. With Femforce headquarters in ruins, General Strock lets Dawn Hunter scan the FF computer files to discover the “mole” who has allowed Cyberia to act with impunity- and it turns out to be General Gordon!! Strock and the FF also finally figure out what terrorists Cyberia and Luger are really trying to do- sabotage the launch of the world’s first international space station. The Femforce manages to stop the plot amidst raging Hurricane Hilda, but the best news of all comes on the last page when we learn that the entire three-issue series has been a movie that the real Femforce had been watching. Guest starring Rayda, “Gadjets” Galtrey, General Strock, Colt and Dawn Hunter. Written by Mike Frankovich, Jr., drawn by Dave Roberts and Brad Gorby, and inked by Mark Heike. Color painted cover by Brad Gorby, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1999.

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Femforce 111

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This is part 2 of the three-part storyline, “The Cyberian Connection”. Last issue, the Femforce were able to stop Cyberia, but not capture her. This time she’s back, wreaking more havoc in the underground tunnels below the Super Cosmos theme park, and not even having Synn turn Rayda the dynamo girl into a giant woman seems enough to slow her down. And who is the old enemy Cyberia is really taking orders from? The last person you’d expect a former Communist to be working with!! Written by Mike Frankovich, Jr., drawn by Eric Coile, Bill Black and Chris Allen, with inks by Mark Heike. Guest starring Rayda, Colt, Dawn Hunter, and Lady Luger. Color painted GTS cover by Brad Gorby, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1999.

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This is part 1 of the three-part storyline, “The Cyberian Connection”. Nastasia Siberia was a colonel in the KGB, before the Soviet Union collapsed. A parachuting accident would have killed her, if not for an experimental cybernetic operation that turned her into a six million ruble woman- the super powered Cyberia. When the old regime fell, she made her way to the U. S. organized a local branch of the Russian Mafia, and started a wave of crime, sabotage and terror, until the Femforce enter the scene and stop her. Written by Mike Frankovich, Jr., drawn by Eric Coile, and inked by Mark Heike. Guest starring Rayda, General Strock, “Gadjets” Galfrey, and Chubby Asparagus. This book has two color cover variants; one painted by Brad Gorby, one line drawn by Eric Coile and Mark Heike. Both have identical interiors of black and white, with graytones. Standard comic book format, printed in 1999.

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This is part 1 of the three-part storyline, “The Cyberian Connection”. Nastasia Siberia was a colonel in the KGB, before the Soviet Union collapsed. A parachuting accident would have killed her, if not for an experimental cybernetic operation that turned her into a six million ruble woman- the super powered Cyberia. When the old regime fell, she made her way to the U. S. organized a local branch of the Russian Mafia, and started a wave of crime, sabotage and terror, until the Femforce enter the scene and stop her. Written by Mike Frankovich, Jr., drawn by Eric Coile, and inked by Mark Heike. Guest starring Rayda, General Strock, “Gadjets” Galfrey, and Chubby Asparagus. This book has two color cover variants; one painted by Brad Gorby, one line drawn by Eric Coile and Mark Heike. Both have identical interiors of black and white, with graytones. Standard comic book format, printed in 1999.

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Femforce 109

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This is part 3 of the three-part storyline, “Darkgods Rampage”. Paragon’s elimination on the moon by the Latimers was just a ruse, as the heroes anticipated it, and Paragon survived. Returning to Earth to rejoin the fray, Synn’s ruse of originality worked, fooling her captors into thinking her harmless as she frees She-Cat and all the sleeping Vault Heroes. The tide begins to turn as the heroe’s battle plan begins to pay off. Nightveil’s magic, combined with the Purple Claw, cleanses the Weir asylum, as Dusty and Ms. V. use Rurian technology to construct a star energy amplifyer to flush out all branches of the interconnected Well Of Souls. The Shroud finally comes face to face with his Dark Gods, and they transform him into a creature like themselves. As the returning heroes settle old grudges with the human villains that had been the Shroud’s captains, The benevolent deity from the Dark God’s dimension arrives to punish them, destroy The Black Shroud, undue all the anomalies in the timestream, and put everything back the way it was. Story by Bill Black, with art by Black, Eric Coile, Brad Gorby and Mark Heike. Guest starring Kuromoko, The Claw, The Clown, Satannus, Singapore Sal, Frightenstein, Cap’n Joel, Dr. Jonathan Weir, Fighting Yank, The Avenger, Yankee Girl, Rocketman and Jetgirl, Catman and Kitten, Crimebuster, Reddevil, Captain Flash, Airmale and Stampy, Richard and Nikki Latimer, Astron and Astra, The Terrorist, Magno, Rad, Azagoth, The Scarlet Scorpion, Green Lama, and Firebeam. With “The Long Good-Bye” text feature by Bill Black, with art by Brad Gorby. Color cover by Brad Gorby and Masrk Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1998.

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Femforce 108

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This is part 2 of the three-part storyline, “Darkgods Rampage”. As Astron, Astra and Commando D explore the open dimensional rift, and Firebeam exstiguishes the wildfires consuming Miami, The Black Shroud , in his human guise of Kuromoko, revels in his successes, as his evil converts more of Earth’s paranormals to his side. She-Cat breaks into Dr. Weir’s asylum, only to find it, too overrun with evil dopplegangers- as is The Colorado Project. And Synn is still insistant, she will not leave her room-even when it’s a cell at Doc Weir’s. Stardust and Ms. Victory bisect the entire globe via The Well Of Souls, only to find more villains waiting for them when they emerge on the other side. The Old Dark Gods are at the dimensional gate- can anything stop them? Written by Bill Black, drawn by Brad Gorby and inked by Mark Heike. Guest starring General Strock, Keela Sentry, Verdon Fell, Carbonator, Iron Jaw, Atoman, Cap’n Joel, General Gordon, Speedbolt, Beamer, Singapore Sal and Frightenstein. Then, Yankee Girl is back, attempting to orient herself to the modern world. Improving herself with some college courses seems like a good idea, until one of her wacky professors turns out to be an old supervillain with a plan to use YG’s blood to create a gang of superwomen to do his bidding, in “The School For Yankee Girls”, written by Bill Black, pencils by Chris Allen and inks by Mark Heike. It guest stars Kitten, Jetgirl and The Vulture. Color cover by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1998.

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Femforce 107

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This is part 1 of the three-part storyline, “Darkgods Rampage” As the Latimer’s fry Paragon’s brain on the moon, and open The Shroud’s dimensional rift to let in the first of his demon soldiers, Roger Brant helps Keela (Firebeam ) Sentry try to predict where and when The Shroud will strike. Meanwhile, General Gordon has the uncooperative Synn gassed and sent to Doc Weir’s asylum, as the FF realize that no one in the government knows that Doc Weir has superheroes in stasis. All begin to see that The Shroud has been systematically removing paranormal oppositon all along. As Nightveil goes to investigate the dimensional rift, the first of The Shroud’s hoardes strike in Miami, and Stardust and Ms. V. rush there to stop them. But how can Paragon be there, fighting with them? Story by Bill Black, pencils by Brad Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. Guest starring General Strock, Popsie-Popp and Manga Synn, The Scarlet Scorpion, Atoman, Speedbolt and Beamer (formerly Magic Lantern )and Cap’n Joel, with cameos by U. S. Jones, The Flame, Airmale, Mr. Scarlet, Skyman, Commando Yank, Captain Flash, The Avenger, Fighting Yank, Videxx, Buckaroo Betty, Garganta, Flexicon, Dr. Darkness, Dragonfly, Lady Darkness and The Justice Squad. The second story stars Yankee Girl, in “Old Flames”. Way back in the Golden Age of comics, Lauren (Yankee Girl) Mason was engaged to Dr. Corey Habot. After 50 years in stasis, Lauren has not aged a bit. Corey, without the benefit, most certainly has. Before long, he realizes that they cannot pick up their relationship where they left off, even if she thinks they can. But he does do her a big favor. Oh, and Yankee Girl fights a giant fire-djinn at a museum, too. Story and pencils by Chris Allen, inks by Mark Heike. Color cover by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1998.

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Femforce 106

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This is part 3 of the three-part “Return From The Ashes” storyline. Marshalling all available forces for the coming onslaught, the Femforce petition to have Firebeam inducted as an official member. Since the spirit has limited range, being somewhat rooted to the vicinity of the place she died, General Gordon is skeptical as to her usefullness. Fate soon takes a hand as a fatal car crash on I-4 gives Nightveil the impetus to implement a mystical plan that will allow the victim’s grieving family to have their daughter back, as well as give firebeam unlimited mobility through a new human host body.Meanwhile, Synn becomes more strident than ever in her refusal to face the coming calamity. (And she doesn’t even mean The Shroud War! ). Plot by Bill and Rebekah Black, script and pencils by Brad Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. Guest starring General Strock, Atoman, Verdon Fell, Lucifer Sam, The Scarlet Scorpion, Keela Sentry, “Gadjets” Galtry, Rayda, Colt, Garganta and Roger Brant. Then, in “Shadows Of Yesterday, Part II”, as Paragon works on the device to amplify his mind to match The Black Shroud with Richard and Nikki Latimer, he has no idea that it is through jealousy ( Richard’s envy for Paragon’s immortality while he must age, and Nikki’s bitterness over Paragon’s relationship with Ms. V.) that The Shroud was able to possess them. Story, layouts and inks by Bill Black, drawn by Brad Gorby. Color cover by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1997.

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Femforce 105

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This is part 2 of the three-part “Return From The Ashes” storyline. The “new reality” the Femforce has to live with is taking it’s toll as Nightveil blows up at General Strock’s blase’ attitude toward the threat of The Shroud, and Synn refuses to leave her room because of her diminished mental powers. When an out-of-control fire threatens the Ocala National Forest, not even She-Cat and Tara at her giantess size can contain it, so Stardust and Rayda are called in to help. Even that is not enough, until Firebeam arrives to Quell the blaze. Plotted by Bill Black, script and pencils by Brad Gorby, with inks by Mark Heike. Guest starring Rad, The Terrorist, Atoman, Carbonator( formerly Nightman) Speedbolt and Magic Lantern, Rayda, John Contractor and Verdon Fell. Great GTS scenes of the giant woman Tara fighting the fire. Then, in “Shadows Of Yesterday”, Nightveil tells The Sentinels how history ran in her reality, and how The Shroud’s attack might go in theirs. Assuring her of complete cooperation, Paragon even plans to undo the mental limits he put on himself during The Armageddon Factor, so that he can mentally expand to become The Shroud’s match. Relying on old friends Richard and Nikki Latimer, he cannot know that they are already agents of… The Black Shroud!! Written by Bill Black, drawn by Brad Gorby and Rik Levins, with inks by Mark Heike. Guest starring The Scarlet Scorpion, Commando D, Astra and Astron, Kuromoko, Frightenstein, Iron Jaw and The Clown. Color cover by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1997.

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Femforce 104

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This is part 1 of the three-part “Return From The Ashes” storyline. Back in the “present” the FF find their time jaunt has changed the course of history. The Justice Squad (Ugh!) is now the government’s top super team, the Vault Heroes have never been revived, Synn can no longer access her newly-harnessed superior mental state, and most importantly, The Shroud Wars haven’t been fought-yet! It’s not bad enough that the FF had to go through it once- they’ve got to do it again. Meanwhile, we learn more about the origin of Firebeam, and how Iron Jaw was at the root of it. Written by Bill Black, drawn by Brad Gorby, and inked by Mark Heike. Then, the preparations for The Shroud’s upcomong onslaught begin. Using the benefit of experience, the FF work out a battle plan, and recruit their allies. Ms. V. convinces The Sentinels Of Justice and Captain Freedom and company of The Shroud’s threat; next it’s on to Doc Weir. “Prelude To Darkness” is written by Bill Black, drawn by Rik Levins, Brad Gorby and Richard(The Count)Rome, with inks by Black and Mark Heike. Guest starring Astron and Astra, General Gordon and Cap’n Joel. Color cover by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1997.

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Femforce 103

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This is part 3 of the three-part “Yesterday Syndrome” storyline. And then there were two. With Ms. Victory devolved out of existance, only She-Cat and Nightveil (in her non-powered Blue Bulleteer persona) are left, and they are in the clutches of Lady Luger, in the bunker of the German High Command, in the waning minutes of The War in Europe. History plays out as it should for all therin, except for the Femforcers. As Nightveil winks out of existance, She-Cat slides back further in time, to 1938. Meanwhile, in the present, general Strock sends a contingent of paranormals int the Enigma Cloud, now found in the asteroid belt beyond Mars, in search of the missing Femforce. What Paragon and the others find there is Bolt, and four strange alien entities that split off from him when he was rejoined with his human side; The Multibolts. Learning little from him, Bolt is soon teleported away by the strange being known as The Shimmerer. Where should he wind up but in 1938, with She-Cat, who has tricked The Black Shroud into confronting her there physically, in a time period when he is vulnerable to attack. With The Shimmerers help, Bolt and ‘Cat move forward through time again, undoing the deaths of the Femforce. When they return to the present, they find there adventure in the time continuum has apparently altered events, and onlt the FF remember howc they happened. “She-Cat… Last Hero Standing!” is written by Bill Black, drawn by Brad Gorby and Dick Ayers, with inks by Mark Heike. Guest starring Yankkee Girl, Fritz Voltzman, Rumblebolt, Blazebolt, Freezebolt and Flexibolt; General Strock and Commando D. Then, it’s another giant woman bonanza, in “The Big Deal”, written by R. Lee Brown, drawn by Eric Coile, and inked by Mark Heike. Not only did the Garganta formula that Stella Stargaze slipped Marla Allison turn her into a giantess and give her destructive eye-beams, it made her crazy as well. Even a Garganta growing up in height to match her can’t stop the rampaging actress, only a cold shower brings her back down to size. Great GTS cat-fight action. Color cover with interiors black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1997.

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Femforce 102

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The second part of the three-part “Yesterday Syndrome” story. As the Femforce careen through time going backward, they have already passed the points when Tara, Stardust and Synn gained there powers, so all three have disappeared. Now, they are existing long before Laura Wright gained her occult powers as Nightveil. She is still with She-Cat and Ms. V., but it is now as the non-super-powered Blue Bulleteer, and helpless against any mystical threat. The Black Shroud stirs up the coals, appearing to Lady Luger and Fritz Voltzman . Holed up in a New Jersey warehouse in 1948, he tells them he will send them back in time four years- enough to change the course of World War II, with what they now know, if they will do him one favor- eliminate the Femforce!! Before they can save themselves, the FF must make sure that history is not changed, in the bunker of the German High Command in the waning days of WWII!!! Written by Bill Black, drawn by Dick Ayers and inked by Mark Heike. Guest starring The Avenger, Fighting Yank, General Gordon, Yankee Girl, General Strock, Paragon, Commando D, Squeeks, Videxx, and The Shimmerer. Then, remember Madalyn Macabre, the good doctor’s daughter, who stole the Garganta formula, lo those many years ago? How about Marla Allison, the petulant actress who was replaced by Garganta herself, in the giant woman film fiasco in issues 63 & 64 ? Well, everybody remembers Stella Stargaze, the world’s biggest conniver! Put them all together on a new giantess movie set in Florida, and you’ve got some of the wildest city-stomping GTS action you’ve ever seen!! “The Big Deal- When Dreams Come True!”, written by R. Lee Brown, drawn by Eric Coile and inked by Mark Heike. Guest starring General Strock , Garganta, John Carl Buechler, and the entire cast of Seinfeld. Color cover by Brad Gorby and Mark Heike, interiors are black and white with graytones. 40-page standard comic format. ptinted in 1997

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Femforce 101

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The first part of a three-part story, “The Yesterday Syndrome”. To the Earth, the mission of the Femforce was a success- the Enigma Cloud has disappeared from the planet’s atmosphere. But unknown to all, they have crash-landed back on our homeworld at The South Pole, some two miles from the surface, in the displaced ruins of what once was known as Atlantis. Oh, yeah- and they’re at the mercy of The Black Shroud!! Realizing their only hope for escape is through a hitherto-unknown opening to The Well Of Souls buried there, they make that harrowing journey, not suspecting that the cosmic chess game that controls their fate is still ongoing, and that once they come out of The Well, they’ll drop right through a new playing piece The Shroud has put on the board- Dr. Jimenez’ Time Triangle. What’s so bad about that? He’s set it so that as they pass through it, time will begin to run backwards for the Femforce, until each one regresses past the point of their own origin-and ceases to exist!!! Story by Bill Black, drawn by Black and Brad Gorby, and inked by Mark Heike. It guest stars Rayda, General Strock, Colt, Videxx, General Gordon, Fighting Yank, and Yankee Girl. The second story is also the first part of a trilogy- “Synnzilla, Queen of The Monsters!” A giant woman fan’s fantasy, as we see a giantess Synn bathing in a park fountain, towering over skyscrapers, and plucking airplanes out of the sky, until bigger girls Tara and Garganta come to discipline her. Synn wakes up to learn it was all a dream. GTS fans will love it- lots of plain old “good girl art” as well. Written by Bill Black, drawn by Eric Coile, and inked by Mark Heike. Color cover by Bill Black and Mark Heike , interiors are black and white with graytones. 40-page standard comic book format. Printed in1997.

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