Story by Dan Vado. Art and cover by Chuck Austen. Superhero soap opera from Slave Labor publisher Vado and Chuck Beckum, now known (with this issue) as Chuck Austen. A vampire hires the team to catch a serial killer whos trying to become a vampire the hard way.
Vs. the Fast Food Freaks. Story, art and cover by Lee Marrs. One of the many martial-arts funny-animal comics that appeared in the wake of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles success, and nearly broke the comics industry. This one is by underground comix legend Lee Marrs. The Pre-Teen Dirty-Gene Kung-Fu Kangaroos battle fast-food-franchise mascots gone very, very bad. Final issue of the series.
Pre-Teen Dirty-Gene Kung-Fu Kangaroos 01 (1986)
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Yummy Yummy Yummy. Story, art and cover by Lee Marrs, plus a guest page by Peter Laird. One of the many martial-arts funny-animal comics that appeared in the wake of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles success, and nearly broke the comics industry. This one is by underground comix legend Lee Marrs. The Pre-Teen Dirty-Gene Kung-Fu Kangaroos discover a diabolical plan to control the world through edible chocolate computer chips. Featuring brief cameos by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (with art by TMNT creator Peter Laird) and Howard the Duck.
Vaistron 01 (2005)
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Breakdown. Story by Andrew Dabb. Art and cover by Boussourir, aka Phillipe Doyon. In the dystopian futuristic city Vaistron, a killer named Gabriella fights for her life. Facing financial ruin and the prospect of getting a real job, Gabby does what she does best – something desperate.
Overload Magazine (1987 2nd Series)*VF-
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Comic Size; Various. "Death Run." By Mike Dringenberg and Donald Chin. "T-Patrol." By Ron Grossi and Sam Wray. "Star Scout." By Sam Wray. "A Hairy Adventure." By Dennis Wolf and Donald Chin. "R-Wars." By Sam Wray. "Attack of the Plastic Kiddie Playthings." By Parsonavich.