ONE COPY LEFT!!! Jim Sanders III’s creator-owned series about a group of super-powered astronauts. Art by Sanders III, Vic Bridges, Willie Blyberg. 52 pages, b&w with color cover. Standard comic book size & format; saddle stitched. Printed in 1984.
The Power Plays gang are courted by a bald-headed mentalist and his gang of X-tremely familiar looking mutant Men, in “Pop Go The Powers”. Art and story by creator Mike Kelly. Color cover by Mike Kelly, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1985
Suppose you woke up one morning, and suddenly found out you could fly? Suppose you found you could turn invisible, cure or kill with the touch of a hand, or that nothing could hurt you? Come on, what would you REALLY do? Mike Kelly’s whimsical, offbeat saga of everyday eccentrics who gain superpowers. Meet Griffin, Ishtar, Muskie, Barker, Tapp, and all the rest in “When Titans Entertain” Story and art by Mike Kelly. Color cover by Mike Kelly, interiors are black and white. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1985.
ALL COLOR!!! Those fabulous, funny furries are back in outer-space type action, as bossman General Dynamix assigns Cap’n Stone, Kitty and the rest to track down the mystery of dissappearing rocket fuel shipments, with predictably hilarious results. When the raiders turn out to be a crew of male-starved, all-female felines, they are soon more interested in Captain Stone than in rocket juice. When their advanced technology in cloning brings a solution to their lonliness, it’s the General’s nightmare with an entire planet filled with Captain Stones!! Among the best -done of the independant anthropomorphics, these funny animals are actually funny !! This book even sports a photo of Walter(Star Trek)Koenig reading a copy of Space Ark #1!! Story and art by Ken Mitchroney, Mark Cantrell and Robert Sayes. Color cover by Ken Mitchroney, full color throughout. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1986.
ALL COLOR!!! If you didn’t think goofy, Warner Bros.- style funny animals in space would be funny, you’ve never seen Space Ark!! Meet Cap’n Stone, Boltz, Barker, Kitty, Dr. Whoot, Brooklyn and the rest as they venture forth into deep space on the U. S. S. Space Ark, searching for the villainous alien race known as Mucoids!! The jokes fly fast and furious with these furry anthropomorphics in “No Time For Space Ark”! With story by Mark Cantrell and Ken Mitchroney, art by Mitchroney, and inks by Ralph Cabrera. Ken soon went on to become an animater, designer and director in TV animation, and a long stretch drawing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book for Archie Comics. This was his baby, and he pulled out all the stops on it. Genuinely funny. Color cover by Mitchroney, full color throughout. 36 pages, standard comic book format, printed in 1985
SOLD OUT!!!!!! Even more sword and sorcery adventures with Eric the Dragonslayer (by Frank Zenua and Mar T. Santana), and pinups by other members of the Dell Barras Studios. Full color, 36 pages, standard comic book size and format; saddle-stitched. Printed in 1987.
THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! More vintage s-f reprint stories, PLUS an all-new lead feature; the sexy interplanetary peace officer from the future, STORMY TEMPEST!! See her come up against a group of wealthy aliens with an unusual taste, in a story written and drawn by Mark Heike. Classic reprints include Captain Video (drawn by George Evans ) in “The Missiles of Doom”; Captain Science (by Wally Wood) in “The Martian Slavers”, Mysta of the Moon by Rueben Moriera, and a Space Ark short from Ken Mitchroney. Also, text article on Captain Video by Bill Black. 52 pages, color & b&w, standard comic book size and format; saddle-stitched. Printed in 1990.
ONE COPY LEFT!!! Full-color, vintage science-fiction comic book reprints from the 1950’s!! “Weapon Out Of Time” by Wally Wood; Space Ace by Fred Guardineer; “Invasion From The Abyss”; and even Bob Colt in “The Mysterious Invaders.” Classic full-story reprints from Fawcett, Avon & Magazine Enterprises, in FULL COLOR, plus text article on space opera by Bill Black. Cover by Mike Kaluta. 52 pages, COLOR & b&w, standard comic book size and format; saddle-stitched. Printed in 1989
Beautiful, buxom babes in futuristic, far-out sci-fi adventure featuring some of the best “good girl art” ever done in comics!! See Stormy Tempest, the bountiful bounty hunter best arch-villainesses Polly Vinyl and Leatheretta in a girl-fight spectacular by Bill Black, John Beatty and Steve Vance. Then, the glamorous heroines from Fiction House’s Planet Comics unite to battle evil in bikinis, lingerie and leather as The Star Fems- by Bill Black and Marc Hempel.This reprises material originally seen in the long-out-of-print Paragon Publications classic from 1980, Star Fems #1. Plus, a vintage reprint of actual Golden Age material that inspired ST, (straight out of Planet Comics of the 1940’s) Mysta of the Moon by Reuben Moriera. 40 pages, black and white interiors with color covers, 93/4″ X 61/4″ comic book format. Printed in 2001.
The beautiful, giant-sized superheroine out of the pages of AC’s Femforce comic finally gets her own book!! See all-new GTS action in this great first issue as the sexy scientist, Dr. Carol Heisler starts growing out of control on a trip to the mall in “No Good Scents!” Then, the request of a fan leads to a recap of her origin, guest-starring The Femforce. If you liked Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman, and Attack of the 60 Ft. Centerfold, this comic is for you. It’s outrageous, over-the-top fantasy in the tradition of the best bad B-movies that we all love. Both stories written and drawn by Stephanie Sanderson-Heike, who also supplies the book’s striking cover art. Plus, Big G presents three classic cheesy sci-fi reprints from the 1940’s-’50’s: Nedor’s beautiful blonde space pirate, Tara in “The Eight Hands of Tenslith”by Gene Fawcette from Wonder Comics, and a pair of Dick Ayers drawn tales from Prize, “The Gravimonster”, and “They Come To The Canyon”. Try Garganta- she’ll grow on you!! Color cover with black and white interiors, 32 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 2001.
THIS TITLE IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! ALL COLOR!!! A double bill of science fiction action, wrapped up in a Paul Gulacy cover! First, there’s Women Of W.O.S.P.- Stephanie Stills, Jessica Klein and Olga Pietrovich- the beautiful trio who make up the Women’s Outer Space Patrol, an interplanetary police body created for special investigations. On the trail of a serial rapist in their first case, they don”t realize that he’s closer than they think. This unnamedstory is written, drawn and inked by Tom (The Punisher, Mutant X) Lyle.Then- in the far-flung future, a boy is born, of an alien mother and human father. Separated from his parents at an early age, he is trained by an evil conquering space empire to be a fighting machine. Breaking away from his oppressors, yet persecuted for his genetic heritage, he stalks the spaceways known only as Breed. This untitled feature is written, drawn and inked by Paul(Superman, Avengers)Ryan.Color cover by Gulacy, full color throughout. 36 pages, standard comic book format, printed in 1984
A big, thick book of vintage Golden Age reprints of the best in science fiction comics. Leading off another Reed Crandall “Interplanetary Police” story from the Buster Brown shoe store giveaway comics, this one entitled “Mirror Of Doom”, inked by Ray Willner, again co-starring the villainess, The Space Siren.Then, it’s Steve Ditko sci-fi with “The Planet That Vanished”, and “I Was Captured By The Abominable Snowman”. No G. A. s-f comic would be complete without something from Fiction House Comic’s Planet, and this volume has no less than SEVEN full story reprints from the run of that venerable comic. Unfortunately, like most Fiction House stories, they are untitled, but this issue includes: Mysta Of The Moon, by Chuck Winter, Auro, Lord Of Jupiter, by George Evans, Gale Allen, by Fran Hopper, Auro again, this time drawn by Graham Ingels, Futura, Star Pirate by Leonard Starr, and “The Martian Plague”, illustrated by Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs. More ouiter space fun than you can shake a retrorocket at!! 76 pages, color painted cover, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1999.
All vintage s-f reprints, from cover to cover!! The absolute cream of the crop among classic science fiction comics from the Golden Age of the 1940’s and ’50’s. Start off with a Reed Crandall drawn episode of his “Interplanetary Police” series, done with Ray Willner for the Buster Brown shoestore giveaway comics, titled “Space Magnet”. It features the gorgeous villaiess, the Space Siren. Then, there’s George Evans doing an installment of “The Lost World”, from Fiction House’s Planet Comics. Then, a futuristic romance, set in outer space, with Bernie Krigstein’s “Jealousy On Kano” More Planet Comics adventure ( this one from #16 ) with “Mars, God Of War”, drawn by Joe Doolin; and Gale Allen and the Girl Squadron, illustrated by H. C. Kiefer. Plus, Mysta Of The Moon ( from Planet #53 ) drawn by Matt Baker, and “Cerebex” ( from Planet #73 ) by Bill Benulus. Plus, Youthful Magazine’s Captain Sciece in “The Martian Slavers”, by Joe Orlando and Wally Wood. Old fashioned space opera at it’s best, with loads of babes and B. E. M.s Color painted cover, interiors are black and white with graytones. 76 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1998.
Science fiction and fantasy fun abound as some of the greatest creators in the genre’s heyday, the 1950’s, are spotlighted in superb, full-story reprints of actual vintage stories. Start off with “Sirens From Space”, drawn by Wally Wood, for Avon Comic’s Strange Worlds. Kenton of Star Patrol battles 100 beautiful space women!! Then, from Charlton’s Atom -Age Combat #3. March, 1959, Dick Ayers draws “Third Element”. When the Cold War space race seems to end in a tie, with both Americans and Russians reaching the moon almost simultaneously, what can possibly unite the two opposing factions? Next, Joe Kubert rings in with another story taken from Avon’s Strange Worlds, ( issue #8, this time ) “The Abduction of Henry Twigg”. On Earth, mousy, dull little Henry Twigg couldn’t get any woman to give him a second look. Who would suspect that hordes of women in the Fourth Dimension are waiting for him to lead their army. Finally, from Magazine Enterprises, Bob Powell contributes a Thun’Da story-( from issue #2 ), “The White Goddess of Kotangu”. When a shipwrecked woman is drugged and used as the pawn of a native shaman, only Thun’Da can hope to save her. Color cover by Wally Wood, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.