Cover by Keith Pollard and Mike Gustovich. Back cover by Mike Gustovich and Bob Layton. Yesterdays Pain. 20 pages. Story by William F Loebs. Pencils by Bill Reinhold. Inks by Mike Gustovich and Sam De La Rosa. The Justice Machine begins to settle into their new home of New Haven. And as they become comfortable, we learn these former soldiers have a number of issues they have been keeping hidden that are now coming to the surface. There is no time to dwell on their issues however, as New Havens doctor, no stranger to his own inner demons, may be responsible for the creature that now attacks New Haven. Cameo by Kitten and Weed of the Thunder Squad from The Thunder Agents series. Invasion of the mechanoids. 20 pages. Story by Mike Gustovich. Pencils by Bill Reinhold. Inks by Mike Gustovich, Bob Layton and Jeff Dee. Barely surviving a battle with the creature Overkill, Cobalt Blue must immediately begin to protect Earth from an invasion by the creatures know only as the Mechanoids. 48 pages. Full color. This issue is a flip book with the Cobalt Blue story printed the opposite way up from the front of the book.
Doctor Strange (2nd Series) 58 (Marvel/1974 Series) FINE++
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Cover pencils by Dan Green, inks by Terry Austin. At Loose Ends!, script by Roger Stern, pencils by Dan Green, inks by Terry Austin; Doctor Strange visits Aged Genghis in his astral form to ask him not to send any more potential new disciples his way; He then returns to the Sanctum to bid farewell to the Szardos family before retiring to his study to search the mystic realms for the Dweller in Darkness; In the process, he checks in on the Dark Dimension where Clea continues to muster rebel forces against Umar, Strange battles a vampire that reveals that he's actually Private Eye Hannibal King; Appearances by Clea and Umar.
Flash Gordon 36 (1966 Whitman)*VG
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Whitman edition. "Web of Treachery." Story by George Kashdan. Art by A. McWilliams. Flash and Dale travel to a far off matriarchal kingdom of Mongo to prevent General Klytus from convincing Queen Siri to allow her daughter to marry Ming, thus expanding his empire.
Action Comics 440 (1938 DC)*VG
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Cover by Nick Cardy. "The Man Who Betrayed Krypton!", script by Elliot S! Maggin, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Bob Oksner; A criminal mastermind tries to demoralize Superman with illusions of his parents. "Little Dog Lost!" starring Green Arrow, Black Canary, and Krypto, script by Elliot S! Maggin, art by Mike Grell; Green Arrow is assisted in his fight against Prof. Steelgraves and his smuggling ring by a white dog, who later brings Oliver Queen a device Steelgraves was trying to smuggle, and shuts it off when it produces a beam that makes Dinah Lance hallucinate; Both Ollie and Dinah agree that he is no ordinary dog, and Dinah gives him the name Demian.
Kull the Conqueror / Destroyer 15 (1971 1st Series)*FINE++
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"Wings of the Night Beast." Script by Steve Englehart, pencils by Michael Ploog, inks by Ernie Chan (as "Ernie Chua"). Story continued in Kull and the Barbarians 2. Gil Kane cover pencils, Tom Palmer cover inks.