Femforce 89

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The new Femforce headquarters is under construction, and and Valkyra (incognito) is a part of the construction crew. Why? So that when the facility is done, she can break out former Fearforce teammate Proxima, to plan a new revenge on the Femforce. Getting out was the easy part, and as soon as they’re free, they’re on the run immediately, recognized by law enforcement types. The FF, temporarily housed in a Orlando hotel while construction is completed, confront them at a downtown bus depot. A five-alarm, allout battle ensues, until a high-voltage jolt from Rayda takes down Valkyra, and the giant woman known as Tara cages Proxima in some steel girders. It would be an easy triumph for the FF, if not for the fact that the ambulance driver who hauled the bruised villainesses away in a police ambulance hadn’t been a third former Fearforcer- Darkfire. “Terror At The Terminal” was written by Marc (Superbabes)Schezzini. drawn by Eric Coile, and inked by Mark Heike, and Chris Allen. It guest stars General Strock, Krone, Tim Allen and Al Borland. It has a certified GTS conclusion, and lots of top flight “good girl art”. Plus, pinups by Eric Coile, John Dell and Manuel Benavides. Color cover by Eric Coile and Bill Black. Interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1995.



The Official Home of AC Comics : Comic Book Publisher. We publish the long-running superheroine comic, Femforce. We also publish Golden Age superhero and Horror reprints. We are now publishing Big Bang Universe here as well and hope to have other revivals and new series soon.

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  1. Eric Johnson

    This may be one of my favorite stand-alone issues of FemForce.

    Nothing complicated, just a team of superheroines chasing down two escaped supervillains. Lots of action, and a really long extended fight scene.

    And Valkyra and Proxima make a great duo, as a brains-and-brawn combo. Sometimes almost comedic in their interactions, but they also work together well enough to be a serious threat to the protagonists.