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  • Femforce # 30

    $15.00

    In the ruins of what was The Weir Asylum,revived heroes of old prepare to make a stand as The Black Shroud has freed countless villains to help him. “Up From The Ashes Rises…Death!

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  • Femforce # 29

    $20.00

    New leader Jennifer gets tough with the rest of the FF, who make an uneasy truce in light of the coming battle with The Black Shroud. Meanwhile, another alliance may be forming, as the unstable Rad and the equally mad Black Commando seem to be getting together-and who is that third to join them? Can it be…Colt?!? While Synn makes psychic contact with The Haunted Horseman, a previously-unknown patient at Dr. Jonathan Weir’s Asylum For The Criminally Insane (The above-ground face for his Vault Of Heroes.)is awakening- old Black Diamond villainess, Darkfire. Even in her clouded state, her paranormal mental powers detect the presence of- the entire population of Doc Weir’s Vault, now revived and conscious! Dozens and dozens of actual Golden Age heroes, inert in stasis for decades, now revived to prepare to fight The Shroud. Definitely the most G.A. heroes ever to appear in one story, anywhere. Crimebuster, Black Cobra, Blue Flame, The Hood, The Red Rocket, Catman and Kitten, The Eagle, Sub-Zero, Starr Flagg, American Crusader, Camilla, Strong Man, Cave Girl, Tiger Girl, The Green Lama and Black Venus is only a partial list. When the Shroud actually stikes at the Weir asylum, the assembled champions feel ready- until Doc reveals his facility houses scores of slumbering super-villains, too! “Darkfire Delusions

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  • Femforce # 28

    $2.75

    It’s time to do P. R. work on the Femforce image again, and Captain Tom Kelly gets the girls a spot on The Arsenio Hall show, to try to polish it up. But with the girls resentful of sudden new leader Jennifer Burke, the whole thing backfires when it degenerates into a cat-fight on national T. V. No villains are needed- the FF seem like there own worst enemies here. Colt leaves active membership, and Synn makes her first appearance as a regular FFer. “With Friends Like This

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  • Femforce # 27

    $2.75

    In “The Devil Below, Part II

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  • Femforce # 26

    $2.75

    The FF’s Rurian powerhouse celebrates her birthday, thinks back on her origin and muses on her future in “Stardust Memories

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  • Femforce # 25

    $3.50

    Jennifer Wayne-Burke had staunchly resisted the government’s pleas for her to replace her mother . Until a series of unfortunate “accidents

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  • Femforce # 24

    $2.75

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

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  • Femforce # 23

    $2.75

    There’s a new boss for the Femforce-General Robert Gordon. (He first showed up in the Armageddon Factor mini series.) His first order is an old directive-capture the unstable Rad. Meanwhile, the paranormal in question is keeping a low profile, while cooking up a scheme to raise cash. Using the skills she gained during Joan Wayne’s career as a bio-geneticist, she modifies the V-45 that gives her super-power into a youth serum that she plans to peddle to the desparate (but old and wealthy) rich. When an “old friend

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  • Femforce # 22

    $2.75

    The former Ms. Victory, now known as Rad is tortured in her sleep by mad visions of what she was ,what she , and what she will never be, in a “Nightmare

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    Femforce # 21

    $3.50

    With new members and peace on other fronts, it’s time to get back to old business (that would help strengthen the team for the coming war with The Black Shroud, as well), so Colt gets the order-bring in Rad. But when both the hunter and her quarry are pulled into yet.

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  • Femforce # 20

    $2.75

    This big 20Th issue celebration starts off with a party at the latest place the Femforce call home- an abandoned private school near Orlando, Florida. The occasion? Why, the official swearing in of new members Dragonlfy, Stardust, and Tara.(She hit the ground running with the FF in #1, but was never inducted officially ’till now.)As She-cat drifts away from the revelry and dreams of her adventure back in the Old West, ( in issues #’s 7 & 8 ) she finds herself going back thanks to a favor from time travel expert Dr. Jimenez. In the past, she crosses paths with Buckaroo Betty Bates, a two -fisted young widder women (who looks a lot like Betty Page) who inherited the sheriff’s job in a wide-open town when her husband was killed. Just when it seems the whole thing was a trap set up by Ripjaw and the Black Commando, She-cat wakes up realizing, it was all a dream. Or was it…? “Are You Ready For Buckaroo Betty?

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  • Femforce # 19

    $3.50

    When strange costumed characters with superpowers start appearing, what else can the Femforce do but assume they are some threat?Who could imagine that they are really heroes and heroines from a bygone era, kept inert in stasis in a government facility. The place is called the Vault Of Heroes, and it’s keeper is Dr. Jonathan Weir, owner of The Purple Claw. Though the heroes mean no harm, there appearance does signal a threat- they have been revived (an eventuality hinted at in the previous year’s Femforce: Out Of The Asylum special ) to help in a coming battle royal with the greatest villain of all time- The Black Shroud. Brought back for this titanic conflict (and seen here in action for the first time in any AC book) are actual Golden Age heroes from defunct G. A. publishers, including The Catman and Kitten, from Holyoke; Captain Flash, of Sterling Publications, The Green Lama, from Spark pubs, Rocketman and Jetgirl, of Harry “A

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