Dwayne McDuffie comic

The Sensational She-Hulk in Ceremony

The Sensational She-Hulk in Ceremony

Two issues mini-series.

Beyond!

Beyond!

An indescribably powerful cosmic being gathers nine of Marvel's most mismatched super beings for purposes beyond their comprehension. Can Spider-Man, Gravity, Venom, Henry Pym, The Wasp, Medusa, Kraven, Firebird and the Hood keep from killing each other before they have to face the dangers of their destination, the deadly artificial planet known as Battleworld?

Back to the Future (1991)

Back to the Future (1991)

The comics are a little less techincal than the films are, but are still based on the same premise.

Justice League Wedding Special

Justice League Wedding Special

Dwayne McDuffie (Justice League Unlimited animated series) begins his run on the Justice League of America here! As a wedding looms and bachelor parties are thrown, the new Injustice League forms. Find out who will be on this deadly team! And who will stand?

Static Shock: Rebirth of the Cool

Static Shock: Rebirth of the Cool

N/a
Genre: Action

Static

Static

Frieda heads to Akkad's place where the five alarm crew is waiting to take her somewhere. Static intervenes and defeats them. Frieda heads home. Static then changes into his civilian clothes and rushes back home to talk to Frieda on the phone. The next day Virgil asks Larry about asking Frieda out and he responds saying that he thinks Frieda believes they're just friends. While in class the five alarm crew arrive and take Frieda to Hot-Streak. Static eventually arrives and fights Hot-Streak, but when he sees his face he stops fighting and is beaten by him. Hot-Streak leaves and Static tells Frieda he couldn't fight him and takes off his mask revealing to her that he is Virgil.

Milestone Forever

Milestone Forever

While we saw the DC side of the story in JUSTICE LEAGUE: WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, the 2-issue MILESTONE FOREVER gathers the original artists from Milestone's launch titles – including John Paul Leon, Mark Bright, Chris Cross and Milestone founder Denys Cowan – to complete the tales told in the original runs of STATIC SHOCK, ICON, HARDWARE, SHADOW CABINET and BLOOD SYNDICATE. Milestone editor-in-chief Dwayne McDuffie reveals the final fate of each of Milestone's launch characters in a bittersweet tale that chronicles the literal end of a universe and the birth of something new…with major consequences for the future of the DC Universe.

WWH Aftersmash: Damage Control

WWH Aftersmash: Damage Control

Collects World War Hulk: AfterSmash, AfterSmash: Damage Control #1-3.World War Hulk is over. But the Aftersmash has just begun! Heroes and monsters rise and fall as the events of World War Hulk reverberate through the blasted ruins of New York City with goliath impact in a massive story featuring the Warbound, the Renegades, Heroes for Hire, Iron Man, Tom Foster, and Damage Control. And yes, smashing will be involved. Plus: We don't know if you heard, but Hulk came back to earth and made a HUUUUUUUUGE mess. Who's S.H.I.E.L.D. gonna get to clean it up? DAMAGE CONTROL, the roughest, toughest dilapidated dirt dogs this side'a the universe. If anyone can clean up the aftereffects of World War Hulk, they can. But while they're picking up the pieces, they find that the war... may not be over!

Worlds Collide

Worlds Collide

The world of Milestone crashes with DC Comics. The worlds are colliding and everyone is confused. To everyone in the Milestone universe superheros like Superman are just comic book characters. Now they are faced with the real thing. Some DC Characters are trapped in the Milestone Universe and vise-verse. Rift is the key as he is in more than just the one universe all by himself.

Shadow Cabinet

Shadow Cabinet

Shadow Cabinet led by Dharma had to go against Star Chamber in order to prevent them from using Quantum Juice to enslave the world. Dharma assembled heroes from Dakota to face off against Shadow Cabinet. Dr. Nathan Flack was revealed at the creator of Quantum Juice and it was revealed that the big bang occurred purposely thanks to Dr. Flack and Dharma.

Icon

Icon

In 1839, an alien starliner malfunctioned and exploded. A jettisoned life pod crashed in a cotton field in the Deep South. The pod was equipped with a unique survival mechanism that was programmed to configure its passenger's genetic structure to match whatever life form it first encountered. And so it happened that Miriam, the slave who discovered the pod, found inside a baby boy with her mother's eyes. Today, the alien is still alive, in the guise of successful attorney Augustus Freeman IV of Dakota. Still marooned, he waits for Earth's technology to catch up to his life pod's. Secretly possessing superpowers, he quietly helps people in need, until recent events in the city of Dakota - and the arguments of a certain opinionated young woman - compel him to become more than just a silent friend to the community. He dons a costume to become Icon, the hero of Dakota.

Hardware

Hardware

Curtis Metcalf is a brilliant inventor who was recruited into lifetime servitude by corrupt industrialist Edwin Alva. After realizing his employer's true nature and recognizing that he is "too big" for the proper authorities, Metcalf takes on Alva's criminal empire under the guise of the high-tech vigilante known as Hardware.

Deathlok (1991)

Deathlok (1991)

Warwolf is on the loose and destroying evidence against Harlan Ryker, the former boss of Michael Collins (aka Deathlok). The history of how Michael Collins was transformed into Deathlok is revealed. Deathlok is out for one thing, he wants to find his human body and Harlan Ryker is the key to finding it. Will he stop Warwolf from destroying all the evidence against Ryker and will he get Ryker to reveal where his human body is?

Deathlok (1990)

Deathlok (1990)

a Cybertek employee, uncovers evidence of the Deathlok project and he confronts the company's head, Harlan Ryker. Ryker has Collins drugged and puts his brain in the Deathlok cyborg; While the Deathlok cyborg is on a mission for Roxxon putting down guerillas in the South American nation of Estrella, Collins' mind unexpectedly awakes and gains some control of the cyborg which is quickly recalled to Cybertek; At Cybertek, Collins achieves full control of the Deathlok cyborg and escapes.

Damage Control (vol. 3)

Damage Control (vol. 3)

Featuring the New Warriors, Spider-Man and Hulk! Damage Control is under PR fire when accused of staging disasters for the sake of business.

Damage Control (vol. 2)

Damage Control (vol. 2)

An 'Acts Of Vengeance' crossover!  John, Gene, and Bart are trapped in the maximum security wing of The Vault.  Meanwhile, Damage Control is sold to a multi-national corporation.  And that's the good news.

Damage Control (vol. 1)

Damage Control (vol. 1)

Who does the world call on in the wake of super hero disasters? Meet the Clean-Up Op that handles the messes no one else wants to touch! Where there’s property damage…there’s Damage Control! Creator Dwayne McDuffie introduces you to the cast of characters responsible for keeping the Marvel Universe clean. It all starts here!

Captain Marvel (1989)

Captain Marvel (1989)

Following her departure from the Avengers due to the loss of her powers, Monica decides to join the marines. It is here, as their captain, that she encounters the villain Powderkeg. During their scuffle, it is revealed he is working for a South American crime lord who has also enlisted the aid of Moonstone. As he powers begin to re-manifest themselves as variations on what she's used to, it becomes both a race against time and a re-learning of her powers.

Blood Syndicate

Blood Syndicate

The Blood Syndicate is a fictional multicultural gang of superhumans created by Milestone Comics and published by DC Comics. The team first appeared in Blood Syndicate #1 (April 1993), and was created by Dwayne McDuffie, Ivan Velez Jr. and Denys Cowan.

Avengers Classic

Avengers Classic

Issue #1 has been translated into Spanish.