A team of heroes for hire led by former Treasury agent Eric Redd rescue their wealthy, new next-door neighbors. The uncredited lead feature is just OK, but the Mike Mauser back-up by Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton is a treat.
A nuclear chain reaction blows the moon – and the inhabitants of Moonbase Alpha – out of orbit and into space! Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton team to do a solid job on this debut issue of a series based on the cult classic “Space: 1999” television series.
As the Legion prepares for a celebration, Brainiac 5 seeks to cure an ally trapped by visions of alternate futures. LoSH regulars Paul Levitz and Keith Giffen anchor an impressive team of talent for the special anniversary issue.
Duke “Destroyer” Duck travels across nega-space to avenge the death of The Little Guy at the hands of Godcorp, Ltd. Steve Gerber + Jack Kirby + Righteous Anger = A pretty solid debut issue. (All this, plus the first appearance of Groo the Wanderer, too!)
Series hostess Countess R.H. Von Bludd gets an origin story in this horror anthology debut. Unfortunately, none of these tales – from Charlton regulars including Joe Gill, Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton – offer much in the way of originality or artistic execution.
Series host Colonel Whiteshroud explains the Monster Hunters Club to the visiting Countess Von Bludd. While a better debut than sister series Scary Tales, this first issue by the likes of Nicola Cuti, Joe Staton, Wayne Howard and others lacks any real creative spark.
A surprise visit from an old acquaintance sees E-Man recollecting his earliest days on Earth. This final issue is an uneven finish to a strong run of comics from the classic E-Man team of Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton. Also featuring Rog 2000 from a young John Byrne.
The hunt for the Boar takes E-Man to the center of the Earth – and charges Nova into a super-powered future! Nova levels up in this full-length adventure from the creative team of Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton.