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This issues feature length story tells a story from Gunslingers past as he goes to a national park hunting a four legged man killer and gets much more than he was expecting. Art by Matt Reynolds, Jeff Parker and Bill Williams. Cover by Jeff Parker. Heroic Tales is a black and white anthology anchored by the AMAZON feature by Bill Williams and Robb Phipps. Robb (MANTRA) Phipps illustrated the story of a Princess from far, far away and her adventures on the brave new world called Earth in this reexamination of a popular super myth.
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In Big Man on Campus, Janine Porter talks to a college professor named Alan Adams about his career as a costumed hero. As he goes into detail about his past, reality around the two of them shifts and warps. College students grow animal heads. Mister Adams slips into and out of costume as Porter gets closer to the truth about the eccentric professor. Cover by Koi Turnbull, Bill Williams and Martin Thomas. Interior pages by Bill Williams (script), Koi Turnbull (pencils), Rus Sever (inks), Thom Zahler (letters) and Thomas Mullin (colors).
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In Not Today, a desperate message sends Melania to a nursing home for one last chance to meet with an old flame. In Part One of Midnight Jack, a masked terrorist detonates a building under construction, declaring war on a drug manufacturer. The big company hires Tomboy and the others, putting the SideChicks on a collision course with a cold-blooded killer.
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Blackheart chases a familiar villain across Philadelphia before getting into a slugfest with an ending you won't see coming. Jeff Parker's legendary Ape Company story tells the ten-page epic journey of one chimpanzee's struggle from the jungle to the front lines of World War II. And finally, a young man who has a big date in front of him hallucinates and imagines himself as the grinch. Scripts by Bill Willingham, Jeff Parker and Bill Williams. Art by Bobby Diaz, Jeff Parker and Bill Williams.
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Extraordinary clients require extraordinary attorneys! Colorful adventurers and madmen fill the night sky with a kind of beautiful violence. When the dawn breaks, the winners get sorted from the losers who go into the system. The Ex Parte series digs into the case files of Janine Porter, an attorney who represents 'extra human' individuals on both sides of the law. With an expert staff and a quick mind, she works to get the best possible outcome for her costume-clad clients. In this issue: In Out of Your Element, Porter represents a deep sea ruler who has just launched an attack on a skyscraper in New York City. Now he is charged with hundred of counts of murder and wants to be freed, declaring the attack an act of war against the surface world. Story by Bill Williams. Art by Coi Turnbull and Ruse Sever. Cover by Mike Wieringo, Bill Williams and Martin Thomas.
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One Year Later. Faith the Amazon, has a boring job and lives a mundane life until she stumbles across a bank robbery in progress and a mysterious figure known as The Gunslinger. Story by Bill Williams with art by Robb Phipps and Bill Williams. Also, Ivanhoe (from Bill Willingham's Pantheon) takes a moment to remember why he quit the heroing trade in the first place. Story by Bill Willingham with art by Matt Reynolds and Bill Williams.
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In the short story 'Victim of Fate', Blackheart hunts a killer of women across the rooftops of Philadelphia. The hunt ends when he finds Kid Kong in this loose PANTHEON tie-in. Story by Bill Willingham with art by Bobby Diaz and Bill Williams. AMAZON drifts into the audience of a body-building competition where she runs into the lecherous Mister Muscles. Story By Bill Williams and art by Robb Phipps and Bill Williams. Plus, Matt Reynolds' action hero, the Seventh Raven fights soldiers on a speeding train.
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"This issue focuses on the costumed hero called Atlas as he flies to the end of our solar system to meet with a fleet of hostile aliens bent on destroying the Earth. When he offers the Lalandians a chance to surrender, they refuse. Given the dire situation, Atlas puts a mad plan into action. Story by Bill Williams with art by Jeff Parker. And Princess Faith, the Amazon, settles into a new house. Story by Bill Williams with art by Robb Phipps and Bill Williams. Plus Amazon Pin- Ups by Craig Rousseau, Jeff Moy & Kelsey Shannon. Cover by Jeff Parker.
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In this issue, Princess Faith ends up in a Border Patrol holding cell awaiting deportation. And then El Aguila strikes the detention center making things much hotter and much worse. Also, 8 pages of Ace of Diamonds action by Glenn Porzig, Art Nichols & Bill Williams. Cover by Chris Sprouse. Heroic Tales is a black & white anthology anchored by the AMAZON feature by Bill Williams and Robb Phipps. Robb (MANTRA) Phipps illustrated the story of a Princess from far, far away and her adventures on the brave new world called Earth in this reexamination of a popular super myth.
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JOE THUNDER is a super-strong, soft-hearted hero of the masses. After a street brawl, he is in a dark jail cell and and he refuses to leave on bail. After settling his nerves with a glass of milk, Joe tells his story to Miss Porter who has to somehow clear Joe's name and restore his confidence. Story and art by comics veteran Bob Hall with color by Tom Mullin. Cover by Koi Turnbull & Bill Williams.
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In this issue, Princess Faith explains everything to Mark, including her arrival on Earth, who the creature was and more. Then things fall apart in an interesting way. Also, 8 pages of Ace of Diamonds action by Glenn Porzig and crew. And a Letters Page from 1997. Cover by Bill Willingham. Heroic Tales is a black and white anthology anchored by the AMAZON feature by Bill Williams and Robb Phipps. Robb (MANTRA) Phipps illustrated the story of a Princess from far, far away and her adventures on the brave new world called Earth in this reexamination of a popular super myth.
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In this issue, Princess Faith crashes to the Earth and meets an archaeologist in the high lonely deserts of New Mexico. Then they go to town to meet the locals. Also, part one of The Toho Monsters Guide to Women by Mark Finn and crew. (Are you dating a Godzilla or a Mothra?) Plus a cool cover by Bill Willingham. Heroic Tales is a black and white anthology anchored by the AMAZON feature by Bill Williams and Robb Phipps. Robb (MANTRA) Phipps illustrated the story of a Princess from far, far away and her adventures on the brave new world called Earth in this reexamination of a popular super myth.
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Princess Faith also known as AMAZON crashes to the Earth and meets an archaeologist in the high lonely deserts of New Mexico. After she unwittingly releases a monster on the small town of Buena Suerte, she has to beat an awful remnant of her homeworld. The AMAZON feature by Bill Williams and Robb Phipps anchored the Lone Star Press series HEROIC TALES. Robb (MANTRA) Phipps illustrated the story of a Princess from far, far away and her adventures on the brave new world called Earth in this re-examination of a popular super myth. This trade collects pages from Heroic Tales #1, #2 and #3 and adds 30 new pages. Plus an introduction by comics legend Mike W. Barr.
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In this issue, Princess Faith returns to Buena Suerte to stop a monster she helped create. It is a fight to the finish as a small town burns. Also, The Universal Monsters Guide to Men by Mark Finn and crew. (Are you dating a Dracula or a Wolfman?) Cover by Phipps. Heroic Tales is a black and white anthology anchored by the AMAZON feature by Bill Williams and Robb Phipps. Robb (MANTRA) Phipps illustrated the story of a Princess from far, far away and her adventures on the brave new world called Earth in this reexamination of a popular super myth.
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In this issue, Princess Faith has gotten on with her life after the events of the last issue. She is working construction and living in a tiny garage apartment while a new menace gets closer to her new home. Plus, more dating advice/ mayhem from Mark Finn and crew in the form of The B-Movie Grimore of Lesser Monsters. Cover by Robb Phipps. Heroic Tales is a black & white anthology anchored by the AMAZON feature by Bill Williams and Robb Phipps. Robb (MANTRA) Phipps illustrated the story of a Princess from far, far away and her adventures on the brave new world called Earth in this reexamination of a popular super myth.
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Bill Willingham - writer of the smash hit series FABLES - tells a pair of stories detailing the lives of strange heroes living in very odd worlds. In Otherland, Mary Arevalo washes up on a desolate shore and to find a beautiful and savage land. Richard Trent, also known as Tanakura, saves Mary's life and together they travel this strange world in search of a distant settlement of humans. In Spellbinder, a former Combat Sorcerer named Cornelius gets assigned to young Tommy Bowen as his instructor. Tommy's Sorcerer training has him dressing as a superhero to disguise his magical nature from the eyes of a prying public. Tommy's first mission to find and eliminate a nest of Grendels goes off track.
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Bill Willingham tells a pair of stories detailing the lives of strange heroes living in very odd worlds. In Otherland, Mary Arevalo washes up on a desolate shore and to find a beautiful and savage land. The timely arrival of Richard Trent, also known as Tanakura, saves Mary's life. Together, they travel across the strange world in search of a distant settlement of humans. Mary Arevalo washes ashore in a hostile land to find the man she loved is dead. And a creature named 'murder sticks' wants her for breakfast. In Spellbinder, a former Combat Sorcerer named Cornelius gets assigned to young Tommy Bowen as his instructor. Tommy's Sorcerer training has him dressing as a superhero to disguise his magical nature from the eyes of a prying public. Tommy's first mission is to find and eliminate a nest of Grendels. Cornelius the cat wanders into Tommy Bowen's life to give him the good news that he's Earth's newest Combat Sorcerer trainee. On the down side, he has to wear a colorful costume.
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Bill Willingham, writer of the smash hit series FABLES tells a pair of stories detailing the lives of strange heroes living in very odd worlds. In Otherland, Mary Arevalo washed up on a desolate shore and to find a beautiful and savage land. Richard Trent, also known as Tanakura, saved Mary's life and together they started a journey across this strange world in search of a distant settlement of humans. By accident, they found a fierce dragon in an underground temple who wanted them dead. In Spellbinder, a former combat sorcerer named Cornelius gets assigned to young Tommy Bowen as his instructor. Tommy's sorcerer training has him dressing as a superhero to disguise his magical nature from the eyes of a prying public. As a result of Tommy's first mission, he has a baby Grendel in his garage and a dinner date at the front door. In Otherland, Mary Arevalo washes up on a desolate shore and to find a beautiful and savage land. Richard Trent, also known as Tanakura, saves Mary's life and together they travel this strange world in search of a distant settlement of humans. In Spellbinder, a former Combat Sorcerer named Cornelius gets assigned to young Tommy Bowen as his instructor. Tommy's Sorcerer training has him dressing as a superhero to disguise his magical nature from the eyes of a prying public. Tommy's first mission to find and eliminate a nest of Grendels goes off track.
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"Bill Willingham writer of the smash hit series FABLES tells a pair of stories detailing the lives of strange heroes living in very odd worlds. In Otherland, Mary Arevalo washed up on a desolate shore and to find a beautiful and savage land. Richard Trent, also known as Tanakura, saved Mary's life and together they started a journey across this strange world in search of a distant settlement of humans. They found a fierce dragon in an underground temple who wanted them for lunch. Now in the aftermath of that terrific battle, Tanakura's life hangs by a thread. In Spellbinder, a former combat sorcerer named Cornelius gets assigned to young Tommy Bowen as his instructor. Tommy's sorcerer training has him dressing as a superhero to disguise his magical nature from the eyes of a prying public. Tommy heads to the bottom of a lake in search of the Grendel nest in the first real test of his skills as a combat sorcerer.
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Eisner Award-winning writer Bill Willingham's (Fables) first story arc on Angel: Immortality For Dummies, takes us down the dark path of fame, testing old allegiances and new friendships. When Angel goes missing, Connor steps in, and learns pretty quickly that being a hero is a lot harder than dad makes it look.
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3rd of 5 issue story arc: Eisner Award-winning writer Bill Willingham's (Fables) first story arc on Angel: Immortality For Dummies, takes us down the dark path of fame, testing old allegiances and new friendships. When Angel goes missing, Connor steps in, and learns pretty quickly that being a hero is a lot harder than dad makes it look.
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5th of 5 issue story arc: Eisner Award-winning writer Bill Willingham's (Fables) first story arc on Angel: Immortality For Dummies, takes us down the dark path of fame, testing old allegiances and new friendships. When Angel goes missing, Connor steps in, and learns pretty quickly that being a hero is a lot harder than dad makes it look.
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2nd of 5 issue story arc: Eisner Award-winning writer Bill Willingham's (Fables) first story arc on Angel: Immortality For Dummies, takes us down the dark path of fame, testing old allegiances and new friendships. When Angel goes missing, Connor steps in, and learns pretty quickly that being a hero is a lot harder than dad makes it look.
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1st of 5 issue story arc: Eisner Award-winning writer Bill Willingham's (Fables) first story arc on Angel: Immortality For Dummies, takes us down the dark path of fame, testing old allegiances and new friendships. When Angel goes missing, Connor steps in, and learns pretty quickly that being a hero is a lot harder than dad makes it look.
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4th of 5 issue story arc: Eisner Award-winning writer Bill Willingham's (Fables) first story arc on Angel: Immortality For Dummies, takes us down the dark path of fame, testing old allegiances and new friendships. When Angel goes missing, Connor steps in, and learns pretty quickly that being a hero is a lot harder than dad makes it look.
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