Joey Cavalieri comic
He doesn't look it, but Bugs Bunny turned 50 in 1990. And, just in time to wish him a happy birthday, DC Comics brought you three issues of wackiness, fun and adventure, starring Bugs, Daffy Duck and the rest of the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes gang. Bugs and Daffy have stumbled onto a plot by Witch Hazel to use some mythical artifacts for the nefarious purpose of gaining power and wealth. Well, mostly power. The artifacts in question? The legendary 'Busts of Fudd,' molded out of ancient Plaztec and modeled after explorer Amerigo Fudd, ancestor of Elmer Fudd. Along with many of their friends (and a bunch of their enemies), Bugs and Daffy set off on a globe-hopping quest to stop her plot. Guest-stars the Tasmanian Devil.
This volume consists is a spin-off of the television series and features its own version of the characters.
When Daffy Duck pays a call to the Acme corporate headquarters in Gotham City, he finds the company long gone and their abandoned building now occupied by The Joker. With a hit in progress, Daffy tries to sneak away, only to find himself in the clutches of the Clown Prince of Crime. But Joker decides that there’s some potential in this manic bird and forces Daffy to join his gang. Will he find a way to escape…or will he become The Joker’s new right-hand duck?
- Issue # Full (5 years ago)
Following the unprecedented achievements of his Fourth World titles, Jack Kirby returned to the DC Universe in 1984 for two special miniseries celebrating Kenner’s new DC-themed Super Powers toy line.Together with such creative collaborators as Joey Cavalieri, Adrian Gonzales and Paul Kupperberg, Kirby revisited all of DC’s greatest heroes and villains in the pages of SUPER POWERS, and launched them through time and space into the kind of cosmic adventure that only the King of Comics could deliver!Jack Kirby reinvented the superhero genre with his sprawling saga of the Fourth World—a bold storytelling vision that was decades ahead of its time. In honor of this extraordinary talent’s centennial, DC Comics is proud to re-present the groundbreaking work of the King of Comics in a brand-new series of trade paperback editions collecting his classic DC titles in all their four-color glory!
Featuring the first appearance of Helena Bertinelli, the heroine known as the Huntress! Who is the woman behind the mask in this all-new version of one of DC's most popular heroines?
In 1986-87, DC comics would published a new series, Elvira's House of Mystery. It would last 11 issues plus a special. The series was a quasi-follow up towards the original series, with famed horror movie hostess Elvira temporarily taking over the job as caretaker of the House of Mystery, introducing horror stories similar to the original series.