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Heathcliff's Funhouse

Heathcliff's Funhouse

Originally published under Marvel's Star Comics imprint. With the dissolvement of Star Comics issues 6-10 were published under Marvel.Each issue features new material, in addition to some reprint material from Heathcliff.
Genre: Comedy


Count Duckula

Count Duckula

Igor creates a new vampire to roam the halls of Castle Duckula but he messes up and creates a vegetarian vampire, Count Duckula who would rather eat salad instead of blood and play some music. But Dr. Von Goosewing, the world's greatest vampire hunter, is on his trail in "A Minor Fowl-Up." And then Count Duckula decides to try to become a movie star and travels to Hollywood to do so in "Lights! Camera! Traction!"

What If? Astonishing X-Men

What If? Astonishing X-Men

What if Jean Grey was resurrected instead of Colossus on Breakworld? What if Danger became Ultron's Bride? Find out here in these two world-changing WHAT IF? stories!


Galactic Guardians

Galactic Guardians

Introducing Woden, son of Thor!

What If? World War Hulk

What If? World War Hulk

What if the heroes lost World War Hulk? What if Thor participated in World War Hulk? Find out here in these two world-changing WHAT IF? stories!

What If? Spider-Man: House of M

What If? Spider-Man: House of M

Marvel once again poses the question, "What If...?" What if Peter Parker had been completely consumed by his inner, bestial impulses and became more spider than man in "The Other?" What if the greatest threat in Avengers history had gone undetected in "Disassembled?" What if Wolverine, the world's deadliest killing machine, was never de-programmed in "Enemy of the State"? Professor X's secret squad of young mutants had survived its ill-fated attempt to rescue the original X-Men in "Deadly Genesis?" But what if Legion killed both Magneto and Xavier, leaving no leader to create any incarnation of X-Men to resist the "Age of Apocalypse?"

What If? Secret Invasion

What If? Secret Invasion

Marvel once again poses the question, "What If...?" What if Peter Parker had been completely consumed by his inner, bestial impulses and became more spider than man in "The Other?" What if the greatest threat in Avengers history had gone undetected in "Disassembled?" What if Wolverine, the world's deadliest killing machine, was never de-programmed in "Enemy of the State"? Professor X's secret squad of young mutants had survived its ill-fated attempt to rescue the original X-Men in "Deadly Genesis?" But what if Legion killed both Magneto and Xavier, leaving no leader to create any incarnation of X-Men to resist the "Age of Apocalypse?"

What If? Daredevil vs. Elektra

What If? Daredevil vs. Elektra

Marvel once again poses the question, "What If...?" What if Peter Parker had been completely consumed by his inner, bestial impulses and became more spider than man in "The Other?" What if the greatest threat in Avengers history had gone undetected in "Disassembled?" What if Wolverine, the world's deadliest killing machine, was never de-programmed in "Enemy of the State"? Professor X's secret squad of young mutants had survived its ill-fated attempt to rescue the original X-Men in "Deadly Genesis?" But what if Legion killed both Magneto and Xavier, leaving no leader to create any incarnation of X-Men to resist the "Age of Apocalypse?"

Sonic the Hedgehog (mini)

Sonic the Hedgehog (mini)

This is the first Sonic the Hedghog series published by Archie comics. This series lasted 4 issues but was then turned into an official series.

Sonic & Knuckles: Mecha Madness Special

Sonic & Knuckles: Mecha Madness Special

Collected in Best of Sonic the Hedgehog Comics Ultimate Collection.

ALF

ALF

TV's space alien got his very own Marvel Comic, lasting for a big 50 issues.
Genre: Comedy

Tails

Tails

Southerm Crossover!: Tails third solo task as he works to foil robotnik plans all by himself until octobot ambush. He was rescued by the Forty Fathoms Freedom Fighters.

Mighty Mouse

Mighty Mouse

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Foofur

Foofur

From the popular TV series, Foofur got his very own comic-book series as part of Marvel Comics' Star Comics imprint. It lasted for only 6 issues.


Madballs

Madballs

The Madballs end up in a baseball game with the kids and when nearby Dr. Viktor Frankenbeans sees the odd-looking balls that look alive, he wants them for a scientific discovery which will enable him to win the Nobel Prize in "The Evil Dr. Frankenbeans." Issue also has "Corn-Ered" in which the Madballs have to rescue the kids who have been kidnapped by the evil Colonel Corn and his corn field empire.
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy

Sabrina the Teenage Witch (1997)

Sabrina the Teenage Witch (1997)

This series ran for 32 issues, between 1997 and December 1999. The new series incorporated elements from the live-action sitcom, including modernized fashions and appearances for the aunts, and Salem's personality and backstory.

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