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Scott Benefiel comic

Epicurus the Sage

Epicurus the Sage

N/a


Flash Special

Flash Special

One shot.

Cutting Edge

Cutting Edge

NOTE: Indicia titled as "Cutting Edge" despite the cover title.

Wonder Woman (1987)

Wonder Woman (1987)

Wonder Woman is an Amazon warrior princess and one of the most powerful superheroes in the DC Universe. The daughter of Hippolyta, she was given power by the Gods to fight against evil in all its forms. Although she was raised entirely by women on the island of Themyscira, she was sent as an ambassador to the world of man, spreading their idealistic message of strength and love. Wonder Woman fights crime and acts as a positive role model for women everywhere. Her equipment includes the Lasso of Truth, magic gauntlets, and an invisible jet. In the secret identity she has adopted to become closer to humanity, she is Diana Prince, a government agent for the Department of Metahuman Affairs. Wonder Woman is also a founding member of the Justice League of America.

Bliss Alley

Bliss Alley

Two issues mini-series.

Jonny Quest

Jonny Quest

Jonny, Hadji, and Race are sent out to Chandarkin Oasis to scout out an area which Dr. Quest suspects may have an ancient city buried beneath its sands. Upon reaching the area they fail to discover an ancient city but instead find trouble in the form of terrorists who are being supplied by an old enemy...
Genre: Adventure

Justice Machine Annual

Justice Machine Annual

The Justice Machine Annual was intended to be the last publication for "Noble Comics". A relaunch under the name "Texas Comics Incorporated"  with an all new bi-monthly publication of alternating titles was announced on the issue. One month would feature Justice Machine and the next month feature the Elementals. Yet things didn't quite work out, as both titles ended up in their own respective series under the publisher Comico not too long afterwards.  Nevertheless, it makes for an interesting issue in the history of these two comics titles and marks the 1st Appearance of Bill Willingham's Elementals in comics.

Gen13/Maxx

Gen13/Maxx

The members of Gen13 accidentally end up in Maxx’s dreamland known as the Outback, where they are attacked by the Isz. Maxx shows up to defend the young heroes, and the most unlikeliest of team-ups is born to battle Mr. Gone, who seeks to turn the Outback into his front from which he'll conquer the world!

Brave Old World

Brave Old World

When the computer glitch everyone feared instead causes time itself to flip back to the year 1900, it's up to a band of elite computer programmers to reinvent the technology of the digital age in a barely industrial America. Their plan is to hack their way back into the 21st century by creating a bug-free computer age, but other issues, such as survival, take precedence when aliens from an alternate, dystopian year 2000 (a timeline created by the team's activities in 1900) travel back in time with orders to kill.
Genre: Sci-Fi

Superman: The Legacy of Superman

Superman: The Legacy of Superman

Collected in Superman: Funeral For A Friend.

Hawkman (1993)

Hawkman (1993)

This volume follows the new direction of Hawkman started in the "Zero Hour" crossover event. The series was a continuation of the Hawkman reboot post-Crisis beginning in Hawkworld (1989) andHawkworld (1990).

The Maxx (1993)

The Maxx (1993)

Maxx busts into the series by emerging from his cardboard box home and saves an attractive woman from her would be attackers. But when the cops show up all they find is a large purple homeless man in a purple suite. Unfortunately with the Maxx in custody it leaves the attractive woman open for Mr. Gone

Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis

Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis

There isn't a man, woman, or child walking this earth who hasn't heard of Indiana Jones, the greatest adventurer of all time. Dark Horse Comics has assembled a top-notch team of talent to custom-fit this enigmatic character into an all-new, four-issue comic book series that's as chock-full of characterization as it is excitement! It all begins when a mysterious stranger shows up as Barnett College with a n ancient key, and Dr. Jones puts down his grade book to go in search of his former archaeological colleague, Sophia Hapgood. Now a trendy psychic, "Madame Sophia" is doing very well for herself by fleecing people out of their hard-earned money. Toss in a tiny minotaur-like statuette, sprinkle in a few overzealous Nazis, and cue the music! This series is brought to life by the excellent writing skills of William Messner-Loebs (Jonny Quest, Epicurus the Sage), with veteran storyteller Dan (Flash Gordon) Barry providing the pencil art, and one of today's top inkers Karl (World's Finest) Kesel providing finishes.

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