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Tom Peyer comic

Edgar Allan Poe's Snifter of Terror

Edgar Allan Poe's Snifter of Terror

First meet AHOY's own alcohol-damaged version of Poe in "The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar," adapted by Tom Peyer (Batman '66) and drawn by Fred Harper. Then: Sugary cereal meets vampirism in "Dark Chocolate," by writer Mark Russell (The Flintstones) and artist Peter Snejbjerg (Starman). EXTRA! Comics by Hunt Emerson, unsettling verse by Cienna Madrid, illustrated by Carly Wright-and a cartoon by Shannon Wheeler!
Genre: Horror, Comedy

The Wrong Earth

The Wrong Earth

On one world, Dragonflyman and his sidekick Stinger enjoy a life of adventure. On another Earth, the Dragonfly hunts criminal parasites like a lethal exterminator. But what happens when these two heroes change places?

Marvel Valentine Special

Marvel Valentine Special

A special one-shot in time for Valentine's Day, showing cupit's work in the Marvel Universe.

Spider-Ham 25th Anniversary Special

Spider-Ham 25th Anniversary Special

THE TIME FOR NOT WAITING IS OVER - THE ORIGINAL SPIDER-PIG TURNS 25! When J. Jonah Jackal, Mary Crane and Pete's beloved Aunt May are kidnapped on his 25th birthday, Spider-Ham must battle Doctor Octopuss and the Swinester Six! Six-to-one odds? Don't get your tail in a bunch when the slop's on, this pig throws down -- and Tom DeFalco & Jacob Chabot (X-BABIES) are there to bring it to you.

Cthulhu Tales

Cthulhu Tales

Cthulhu has called and Steve (30 DAYS OF NIGHT) Niles has answered. Niles and Michael Alan (FALL OF CTHULHU) Nelson kick off the new monthly series you demanded - based on the fan favorite, critically acclaimed anthology. Yes, Cthulhu Tales is BACK – but this time it’s monthly. More great Cthulhu stories from more great writers and artist that you know and love. Heed the call every month!

JLA in Crisis Secret Files

JLA in Crisis Secret Files

NOTE: Indicia titled as "JLA in Crisis Secret Files".

Superman Plus

Superman Plus

Superman Plus Legion of Super Heroes.

Magnetic Men Featuring Magneto

Magnetic Men Featuring Magneto

In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, Magneto's loyal friends have fallen in battle. So he recreates them in the form of the robotic Magnetic Men (Metal Men/Brotherhood of Evil Mutants). But will they survive a visit to Krakoa, the Living Dinosaur Island?

Cruel and Unusual

Cruel and Unusual

Four issues mini-series.
Genre: Thriller

Smash Comics (1999)

Smash Comics (1999)

Hourman (Rex Tyler) and Dr. Mid-Nite travel to a remote Scottish island where the Allies are conducting top-secret germ warfare experiments. There, Tyler's rival, Jensen, now one of Stalker's Seven, has come to make sure the Allies reap the worst reward for their bioweapons folly. Can Hourman and Dr. Mid-Nite win the trust of the paranoid American troops in time to avert Jensen's plans, or will man-made pestilence be Stalker's deadliest weapon?

Silver Age: Doom Patrol

Silver Age: Doom Patrol

Ramona Fradon returns to the Fabulous Freaks of the Doom Patrol for the cover to the one-shot!  With public sentiment turning against the noble (albeit mind-controlled) Justice League, the citizenry assumes that, if the JLA's turned bad, the Doom Patrol must be even worse!  Now the villianous General Immortus and Garguax join forces to take advantage of the chaos!

Atlas Unified

Atlas Unified

Three issues mini-series.

Justice Leagues: JL?

Justice Leagues: JL?

Continue in Justice League of Amazons.

Justice Leagues: JLA

Justice Leagues: JLA

The conclusion to "Justice Leagues!" Plura, the world-consuming threat that hired the Advance Man, is loose upon our world. Can Superman crack the mystery of what "J.L.A." should stand for in time to save billions of innocent souls?


Legion: Secret Files

Legion: Secret Files

A guide to the Legion of Super-Heroes.

X-Nation 2099

X-Nation 2099

The series follows a group of new mutants in the year of 2099. It lasted only until issue 6, after which it (and many other 2099 titles) where put together in the "2099: World of Tomorrow" series.

Wildstorm Winter Special

Wildstorm Winter Special

Four shorts spotlighting some of Wildstorm's most popular characters, from some of the hottest names in the industry. Bruce Jones and Josh Middleton bring a story from the past of Zealot, while Alan Warner and Carlos D'Anda tell a tale from the past of Deathblow. And what Wildstorm special would be complete without members of the Authority? Jack Hawksmoor chases failed animator-turned-super villain Art Friendly from reality to reality in a story from Will Pfeifer and Scott Iwahashi. Finally, Midnighter and Apollo meet alternate reality doppelgangers in a bittersweet story by Tom Peyer and Cary Nord. Topped off with a cover by fan-favorite Michael Turner!

Totems

Totems

A Prestige comic one-shot  to celebrate the new Millennium (The year 2000). Taking the "totems". that were series that were once DCU and currently Vertigo Universe at the time, and setting them to have a New Years Party.  This New Years Party was hosted by John Constantine and all Hell breaks loose.

The Twilight Zone: 1959

The Twilight Zone: 1959

There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man's fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination. It is an area which we call the Twilight Zone. Journey back to where it all began! The year was 1959, The Twilight Zone took over the airwaves, and television was changed forever! Now, Dynamite has recruited three all-star writing talents to craft a unique Twilight Zone story paying homage to where it all began! Including the first Dynamite work by writer Tom Peyer, the return of John Layman, and a tale masterminded by Twilight Zone writer Mark Rahner! Three unique tales, each firmly set in that other dimensionƒ the Twilight Zone!

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