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The Original Shield in "Shields!" - It's the face off of the century as The Shield batters The Hun! In his quest to procure his powerful shield from the museum it's being housed in, learn the origin story of the evil Hun and all his years of villainy! Will The Shield be able to defend himself against the Hun's shield? Or will the world be again subjected to more of the Hun's atrocities? It all comes down to who wins at the 11th hour in this spine-tingling issues! (Originally published October 1984) DISCLAIMER: We are presenting the story in its original, unedited form. The issue is a product of its time and may contain material that is offensive to some readers. Archie Comic Publications does not condone or support the views expressed.
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Bluewater Productions introduces a new biography comic featuring Tom Daley. British diver Tom Daley made quite a splash at the 2012 Olympic Games with his winning personality, boyish good looks and impressive physique. Writer Michael Troy and artist Alex Schumacher tell the inspiring young swimmer's tale of triumph and tragedy from his Olympic success to the loss of his father and his rise as a reality tv celebrity.
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The Original Shield in "Origins Part 4: Reflections" – Klotz's attempt at killing both himself and The Shield proves futile as The Shield survives the explosion. He then discovers that the robots final instructions are to go to the White House and kill the President! Will The Shield be able to stop the mechanical mad men in time? And was Senator Casey really the inside man? Plus, what's to come of DELTA-3? All that and more in this thrilling story! The Original Shield in "Prey" – After attending Ed Crisp's funeral, Joe and Lisa are trailed by two goons who reveal themselves to be Mega and Bit, two assassins for DELTA-3. Not only are they assassins, but evil villains with superpowers – Mega has super-strength and can grow larger, while Bit has telekinetic abilities. As Bit has Lisa kidnapped, it's up to The Shield to come to blows with Mega. Will he be able to defeat them both and save Lisa? And if so, will this be the end of DELTA-3, or is the worse still yet to come? (Originally published August 1984) DISCLAIMER: We are presenting the story in its original, unedited form. The issue is a product of its time and may contain material that is offensive to some readers. Archie Comic Publications does not condone or support the views expressed.
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The Original Shield in "Power Shortage" – While searching for the three robots missing from the storage facility, Joe encounters Dan Hurley – a former co-worker from the '40s. As they reminisce about the early days of The Shield, learn how he met up with his sidekick, Dusty, and how he ended up losing his powers! Then, when Joe and Lisa attend Senator Casey's black tie function, Joe notices an old enemy is there – will a battle reminiscent of days past ensue, or will it be lights out for Joe, and ultimately for the Original Shield? The Original Shield in "Death of The Shield" – Still unconscious from the gas attack, Joe's mind flashes back to his early career, his old companions and foes, his marriage and the birth of his son. He awakes and Lisa informs him of Klotz's ties to the Stokian Embassy. Now it's up to the Original Shield to find Klotz and arrest him – but does Klotz have a more sinister plot at hand? And just where exactly are those robots? (Originally published June 1984) DISCLAIMER: We are presenting the story in its original, unedited form. The issue is a product of its time and may contain material that is offensive to some readers. Archie Comic Publications does not condone or support the views expressed.
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The Original Shield in "Chapter 6: End Game!" – When Joe Higgins realizes there's a mole in the FBI, he finds him and gets him to talk. Upon discovering that the much sought-after 42642 map is in Boroff's possession, it's up to the FBI and The Shield to locate it and save Professor Newton. But what happens if the map ends up in DELTA-3's possession? Will the Professor be saved? The battle between The Shield and DELTA-3 rages on in this epic issue! The Original Shield in "Origins" – Joe is concerned when he reads an FBI bulletin stating that, due to budget cuts, three robots he defeated on his very first adventure are being moved from a storage facility in Washington DC. As he joins Lisa on a trip to the capital, learn the origin story of The Shield and witness his first mission! Will he make it to the storage facility in time to make sure that the robots pose no threat, or will it be too late? (Originally published April 1984) DISCLAIMER: We are presenting the story in its original, unedited form. The issue is a product of its time and may contain material that is offensive to some readers. Archie Comic Publications does not condone or support the views expressed.
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Collider tells the story of six people transported to a post-apocalyptic 2018, where they have to fight to discover how they got there, how to survive, and how to get back to the present. The story focuses on a young scientist Peter, who sabotages CERN laboratories Hadron Collider when his credibility is wrongfully destroyed. By doing so he accidentally transports himself via a wormhole to a world ruined by natural disasters and at war with the Unknown. He brings with him five people who have 'jumped' from different times and different places, but who each hold vital clues needed to return back to their present times. Peter keeps getting flashbacks and a sense of deja-vu linked to the future. If he's right then he has just 36 hours to figure out a way to get to CERN, reverse the wormhole and prevent the apocalypse because when the clock runs out so does Earth's existence. Each Comic Book in this series is told from the point of view of each character.
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Collider tells the story of six people transported to a post-apocalyptic 2018, where they have to fight to discover how they got there, how to survive, and how to get back to the present. The story focuses on a young scientist Peter, who sabotages CERN laboratories Hadron Collider when his credibility is wrongfully destroyed. By doing so he accidentally transports himself via a wormhole to a world ruined by natural disasters and at war with the Unknown. He brings with him five people who have 'jumped' from different times and different places, but who each hold vital clues needed to return back to their present times. Peter keeps getting flashbacks and a sense of deja-vu linked to the future. If he's right then he has just 36 hours to figure out a way to get to CERN, reverse the wormhole and prevent the apocalypse because when the clock runs out so does Earth's existence. Each Comic Book in this series is told from the point of view of each character.
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