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Sentinels of Justice 5

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

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Nightveil 4

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

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She-Cat 5A

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

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She-Cat 4

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

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She-Cat 3

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

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She-Cat 2

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

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She-Cat 1

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

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Femforce Pin-up Portfolio 5

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

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Femforce Pin-Up Portfolio 4

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

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Femforce Pin-up Portfolio 3

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

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Femforce Pin-Up Portfolio 2

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

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Femforce Pin-Up Portfolio 1

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

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Dragonfly 8

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

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Dragonfly 7

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

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Dragonfly 6

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

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Dragonfly 5

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

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Dragonfly 4

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

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Dragonfly 3

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

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Dragonfly 2

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

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Dragonfly 1

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

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Dragonfly : Cycle of Fire Graphic Novel

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

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Fem Fantastique 1

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

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Femforce Features: Giantess 1

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This is it- the first Femforce-related special focusing entirely on giant female characters!! Big, BIG Femforce GTS fun, stating off with an all-new, never-before-seen adventure starring everybodies favorite FF supporting cast member, that blonde and beautiful giantess adventurer known as Garganta!! When Big G’s new job doing undersea research at Oceanus One runs her afoul of an ersatz prince of the deep, it’s an underwater wet-tee-shirt contest of titanic proportions involving a lovely amphibious female, and marauding marine mammals in “Attack of the Menacing Mermaid” !! Written by Bill Black, with pencils by Eric Coile, and inks by Mark Heike, and guest-starring Captain Freedom. Then , it’s a quartet of previously-published, but rarely-seen FF-related GTS gems, starting off with a triple-shot of Too Tall Tara adventures, as we see Ms. Fremont in oversized action against giant outer-space aliens in a story originally published in Jungle Girls #10, then tangling with a love-sick economy-sized ape in “My Heart Belongs To Kong”, from Jungle Girls #4, THEN teaming up with the wild and wacky Synn to take on Dr. Rivits and his evil daughter, Roxanne in “Death By Theme Park”, from Good Girl Art Quartely #19. by Bill Black and Vic Bridges, and Bill Black and Dick Ayers, and Bill Black, and Stephanie and Mark Heike respectively. Finally, from the long-out-of-print Wild Women #1, it’s “I Hunted Gazonnga, The Thing That Grew”, credited to Larnell Deeda. (but actually written and drawn by Brad Gorby, with inks by Mark Heike.) 44 pages, black and white with color covers, standard comic book format. Printed in 2004

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She-Cat Chronicles Limited Edition

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EXTREMELY RARE!! ONLY ONE COPY AVAILABLE!!! Trade-paperback compilation of AC’s 1990 She-Cat solo book miniseries (comprised of She-Cat #’s 1-4) in a squarebound format, utilizing AC’s only die-cut cover EVER. Extremely low- run when it was produced in 1996, story and art is by Billie Marimon, John Dell, Ralph Cabrera, Mark Propst, with edits by Bill Black & Mark Heike. Standard comic book size, b&w with color covers, 108 pages.

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