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Femforce (1985) comic books

  • Issue #2
    Femforce (1985) 2

    Cover pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Bill Black. A Gentleman Named Ripjaw, script and ink by Bill Black, pencils by Mark Heike; An escape from capture by giant women, a short jaunt back to prehistoric times and the origin of the man with metal dentures are only the beginning, before the Femforce finally save the day and bring back Dr. Jimenez' Time Triangle; Guest-starring Colt, Satch and Wallow, Jennifer Wayne-Burke, and the first appearance of Reggie Blodgett. Pursuit starring the Last Detective, script by Mark Propst, pencils by Mark Propst, inks by Jim Sanders III. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #3
    Femforce (1985) 3

    Cover pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Bill Black. Skin Game, script and inks by Bill Black, pencils by Bill Black, Mark Heike, and Mark Propst; Blue Bulleteer returns to her normal state as Nightveil, and the Femforce go to the underwater city of Oceanus One to track down a gang of smugglers whose trail starts at Tara's Jungle Island refuge; But are the bad guys after exotic animals--or gold? Moon's Mind Masquerade: Part 1, script by Paul Daly, art by Rick Burkett. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #6
    Femforce (1985) 6

    Cover pencils by Robert Walker, inks by Bill Black. Girl Talk, script and inks by Bill Black, pencils by Robert Walker; Another cast member is added, and the origin of Synn, the Girl From Lsd is recapped; strange alien apparitions are the result of Synn's powerful mind in stasis, so the Femforce's sorceress supreme, Nightveil vows to take her to a dimension where her mind will be left free to expand; guest-stars Stella Stargaze and T. C. Fremont, Janice Lawson, The Brotherhood Of Purity and Farkas, with cameos of Atomman and Alizarin Crimson. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #7
    Femforce (1985) 7

    Cover art by Mark Heike. The Good, the Bad, and the Paranormal, script by Rik Levins and Bill Black, pencils by Rik Levins, Don Seacrease, Tom Grindberg, Howard Bender, Steve Vance, Dan Panosian, and Paul Daly, inks by Bill Black, Bill Anderson, Dan Davis, and Mark Heike; Ms. Victory, She-cat, Nightveil and Stardust are sent back into time to the days of the Old West. Continued from Sentinels of Justice (AC, 1986 series) #6. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #8
    Femforce (1985) 8

    Cover art by Bill Black. Frontier Justice, script and pencils by Rik Levins and Bill Black, inks by Dan Davis, John Dell, and Bill Black; Picking up the storyline from Sentinels Of Justice #6, this finishes up the Western Jam storyline with Frontier Justice!; back in the Old West, Nightveil meets the mystic being known as The Haunted Horseman, and the encounter leaves both shaken; Meanwhile, a gunslingers showdown between the Latigo Kid and a ray gun-toting Kronon may have finally convinced The Kid that he may someday become the super-being known as Paragon; And back in the present, the paranormals are choosing up what sides to be on in the upcoming Armageddon Factor. What is LSD? starring Synn, script and art by Bill Black. 36 pgs. $1.75. Cover price $1.75.

  • Issue #9
    Femforce (1985) 9

    First $1.95 cover price. Cover art by Tom Mendber, Jr. Breakables, script by Wes Covington, pencils by Dell Barras, inks by Danny Taverna; In order for She-cat to hold in check the power of the evil cat -deity that possesses her, she must form a psychic bond with another being; For decades, that bond was with Joan Wayne, A. K. A Ms. Victory; But Joan and Ms. V. no longer exist-thanks to a forced overdose of the compound that gives Ms. V. her powers (It happened in Nightveil #7); Now, only the unstable and antisocial Rad exists in Joan's place; She-cat's bond is gone, and the goddess Sehkmet is in complete control. Continued from Nightveil #7. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #11
    Femforce (1985) 11

    Cover pencils by Nick Northey, inks by Bill Black. The Thing From the Fog, script and art by Bill Black; The alien egg left behind by the mysterious visitor last issue becomes a money-making scheme for Stella Stargaze; and when the pilfered piece hatches and grows into a hideous thing, not even her Hypnotic Eye can help her. Monsters starring Nightveil, script by Wes Covington, pencils by Nick Northey, inks by Bill Black. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #12
    Femforce (1985) 12

    Cover pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Bill Black. The Egg and I, script by Bill Black, pencils by Darren Goodhart, inks by Bill Black; Still trying to generate publicity (and cash) from her purloined alien egg, Stella Stargaze teams up with media sleazehound Hidalgo Romero to try to get a big payoff for staging an alien birth on live T. V. in "The Egg And I"; When jealous Romero cuts the strap of her gown on the air, T.C. Fremont begins to see the real Stella (and so do millions of viewers! ); Meanwhile, Alizarin Crimson's attack last issue has left Nightveil her helpless prisoner, and Crimson in possession of her Cloak Of Darkness; And Rad starts a riot in a disco, while Colt wonders why she ever got mixed up in all this. Terror at the Top of the World!, script by Bill Black, pencils by Marc Hempel, inks by Bill Black. Untitled Dragonfly story, script and pencils by Rik Levins, inks by Bill Black. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #13
    Femforce (1985) 13

    Cover pencils by Don Secrease, inks by Bill Black. Step Out and Away, script by Wes Covington, pencils by Don Secrease, inks by John Dell and Bill Koch; Without her bond to Joan Wayne, She-Cat is becoming increasingly more unstable and cat-like; Tom Kelly pays a visit to Jennifer Wayne-Burke, to suggest that she replace her mother as a government /sponsored paranormal; Rad returns home to her old stomping grounds, to find Tara laying in wait to ambush her, and somehow, that vigilante-turned-madman the Black Commando is free; When Nightveil appears before the strung-out Claudette Meyler (She-Cat bond), it is as the mindless puppet of Alizarin Crimson. 28 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #14
    Femforce (1985) 14

    Cover art by Bill Black. New Ways I Dream of Wires, script by Wes Covington, pencils by Darren Goodhart, inks by Ralph Cabrera, Bill Black, and Jeff Whiting; Using Nightveil as her puppet, the witch Alizarin Crimson systematically decimates the FemForce; First, she captures Tara, then destroys the Fremont Building in downtown Orlando, and frames the FF as the perpetrators; The Shade tries to intervene, to no avail; Jennifer Wayne-Burke's resolve starts to falter; Soon, Alizarin Crimson has the whole FemForce in her clutches; So, why has she released She-Cat?; Could it be because 'Cat has gone without her bond too long, and the beast in her (Sehkmet) is ready to kill? 28 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #17
    Femforce (1985) 17

    Sentinels No More!, script by Bill Black, pencils by Darren Goodhart, inks by John Dell III; The FemForce is actively recruiting new members, so it all works out for the best that the Sentinels Of Justice may be forced to disband. Since former Sentinel Stardust will be at loose ends, she will make a perfect new FFer; Meanwhile, Nightveil suggests a fictional superstrong character that she accidently brought to life with magic as another possible recruit; Unfortunately, Stella Stargaze'smanipulations have taken hold on T. C. Fremont, and he evicts the group from their temporary HQ on Jungle Island. Here Comes Thunderfox, script by James Misson and Rik Levins (Plot assist), pencils by Rik Levins, inks by John Dell, Rik Levins, and George Brycki. 44 pgs. $2.25. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #18
    Femforce (1985) 18

    In the Buff (Part 1), script by James Misson, Bill Lux, Don Secrease, and Rick Levins, pencils by Bill Lux and Don Secrease, inks by John Dell; When the FF is reported to become the main attraction of a men's magazine, they go looking for the person behind it. In the Buff (Part 2), script by James Misson and Bill Black, pencils by Bill Black, inks by John Dell. In the Buff (Part 3), script by James Misson and Bill Black, pencils by Don Secrease, inks by John Dell. The Volcano Fury starring Cave Girl, script by Gardner Fox, art by Bob Powell. Joi Lansing photo photo on back cover. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #21
    Femforce (1985) 21

    Cover pencils by Norman Hardy Jr, inks by Mark Heike. Pretorious Rex, script and pencils by Anthony Oshmago, inks by Bob Lewis; With new members and peace on other fronts, it's time to get back to old business (that would help strengthen the team for the coming war with The Black Shroud, as well), so Colt gets the order-bring in Rad; But when both the hunter and her quarry are pulled into yet another scheme of the mad Dr. Pretorius, all hell breaks loose. A Conversation with Bill Black Part 2 article. 44 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #22
    Femforce (1985) 22

    Cover pencils by Richard Rome [as The Count], inks by Bill Black. Nightmare!!, script and pencils by Richard Rome [as The Count], inks by Mark Propst and Bill Black; The former Ms. Victory, now known as Rad, is tortured in her sleep by mad visions of what she was, what she is, and what she will never be. Meanwhile, Back at FFHQ, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bill Marimon, inks by Jim Saunders II [as Da Colonel] and Mark Propst. A Conversation with Bill Black Part 3. The Little Man Who Was All There! starring Cave Girl. 44 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #23
    Femforce (1985) 23

    Cover art by Mark Heike. Cold Turkey, script by James Misson (Plot) and Rik Levins (Script), pencils by Rik Levins (pages 1-6) and Brad Gorby (Pages 7-25), inks by James Sanders III; There's a new boss for the FemForce team: General Robert Gordon (he first showed up in the Armageddon Factor mini-series); His first order is an old directive, capture the unstable Rad; Meanwhile, the paranormal in question is keeping a low profile, while cooking up a scheme to raise cash; Using the skills she gained during Joan Wayne's career as a bio-geneticist, she modifies the V-45 compound that gives her super-power into a youth serum that she plans to peddle to the desperate (but old and wealthy) rich. A Conversation with Bill Black Part 4 article. I, The Kitty, script and pencils by Jordi Ensign, inks by Chris Allen. 44 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #24
    Femforce (1985) 24

    Cover pencils by The Count, inks by Mark Propst. Teen Femforce, script by James Mission, the Count, pencils by the Count, inks by Mark Propst; The Feds have the de-powered Rad and in an attempt to bring back to old Ms. Victory, she gets an infusion of the formula that first made her a paranormal; The result?; Rad gets her powers back, and busts out; New top kick General Robert Gordon has had enough, and clandestinely hires a group of super-mercenaries to bring her down once and for all. 44 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #25
    Femforce (1985) 25

    Cover pencils by Richard Rome [as The Count], inks by Mark Heike. At What Price Victory?, script by Bill Black, pencils by Richard Rome [as The Count], inks by Mark Propst; Captain Kelly relentlessly pursues a reluctant Jennifer Burke until she agrees to undergo the same process that gave her mother super-powers; As the new Ms. Victory, Jen defeats Madam Boa on her first case, and Kelly appoints her to be the new head of FemForce. From the Secret Files of the FemForce article. Untitled Rio Rita story, pencils by Bob Lubbers, inks by John Dell. Black Phantom ad on back cover. 44 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #29
    Femforce (1985) 29

    Darkfire Delusions, script by Bill Black, pencils by Rik Levins, inks by Frank Turner; New leader Jennifer gets tough with the rest of the FemForce, who make an uneasy truce in light of the coming battle with The Black Shroud; Meanwhile, another alliance may be forming, as the unstable Rad and the equally mad Black Commando seem to be getting together, and who is that third to join them?; Can it be...Colt?!? Untitled Camilla story, art by Ralph Mayo. 44 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #36
    Femforce (1985) 36

    Cover pencils by Bill Black, inks by Mark Heike. Darkfire Descending!, script by Rik Levins (Plot) and Bill Black (Script), pencils by Brad Gorby and Dick Ayers, inks by Mark Heike; The barrier that had cut off Florida from the rest of the world had been The Shade-a slave to The Black Shroud's commands; Darkfire is reunited with her Menta Helmet, and psychically calls to Synn and Buckaroo Betty to join her in guiding The Haunted Horseman to our reality--to stave off The Shade's attack; Meanwhile, Vault Heroes, Sentinels and FFers deal with natural disasters worldwide, as The Shroud's gateway, The Well Of Souls, widens; causing more seismic upheaval. 44 pgs. $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #50
    Femforce (1985) 50

    Cover pencils by Bill Black, inks by Mark Heike. The Final Hour!, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bill Black (pp. 7-31), Dick Ayers (pp. 1-6), and Richard (The Count) Rome layouts pp. 17-19), inks by Mark Heike; In the final milliseconds before the giant bomb exploded, a high-voltage jolt from the bomb's circuitry combined with the sight of daughter Jennifer risking all to save her turned Joan Wayne back into Ms. Victory, with the Rad persona expunged from her psyche; Invulnerable Joan and Jen weathered the blast, though Colt sustained injuries; Back at FFHQ, little Jason Burke is happily reunited with his family, but in the midst of exuberant paranormal hijinx, Joan is hit with a strange paroxism, and morphs into a half-Rad on a rampage; The combined might of the remaining FF, the giantess Garganta and half a dozen Vault heroes is not enough to contain her. Profile of The Keys, the group performing the theme song for the promised Femforce movie. 44 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #55
    Femforce (1985) 55

    The Capricorn Chronicles Book One: Red Rage, script by Bill Black, pencils by Mark Heike, inks by C. Bradford Gorby; While the rest of the Femforce work disaster relief for the thousands of victims of the just-passed Hurricane Andrew, Synn searches the Limbo Void for a sign of the missing Nightveil; When the huuricane winds reach even the goat god Capricorns realm, the quick-thinking Alizarin Crimson blames Nightveil, and enraged Capricorn soon hatches a plot to have revenge on NV, and all humans; And as a Cloak-Of-Darkness bereft Nightveil (it was carried away on the hurricanes winds) wanders among the homeless refugees, Synn thinks back on her first encounters with Crimson. 36 pgs. $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #56
    Femforce (1985) 56

    Cover art by Mark Heike. The Capricorn Chronicles Book Two Red Reign, script by Bill Black, pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Brad Gorby; In the aftermath of the hurricane, a strange plague begins to slowly spread; It is Capricorns revenge--The Red Death!; Nightveils Cloak Of Darkness has drifted into the hands of a young Hawaiian refuge, with an unexpected result; And as young presidential hopeful Wendell Clanton rises in the polls, we notice he has a campaign manager who looks suspiciously like Alizarin Crimson, and a campaign contributor who seems to be a giant goat god; While searching for Nightveil in the Limbo Void, Synn meets the strange No-Nose Nanette, and Nightveil (whoever she is) is having trouble with her cloak. 36 pgs. $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #57
    Femforce (1985) 57

    Cover pencils by Keith Pollard, inks by Mark Heike. Red Dominion, script by Bill Black, pencils by Mark Heike, inks by C. Bradford Gorby; Synn befriends No-Nose Nanette in Limbo, and she is able to speed our heroine on her search for Nightveil, but when she finds her, it's the wrong one!?!; As the horrible Red Rain of Capricorn falls on Russia, a doomsday strike of nuclear retaliation is launched on the U.S. , and Ms. Victory takes the brunt of the explosion with her own invulnerable body; As Wendall Clanton's followers are bringing Capricorn to our world to feast on souls, the real Nightveil returns, and together with Azagoth and The Haunted Horseman, stop him at the gate. The Femforce returns to interior color with this issue. 36 pgs. $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #60
    Femforce (1985) 60

    Regrets And Broken Hearts! (Chapter 1), script by Bill Black, pencils by Richard Pollard, Dick Ayers, and Mark Heike, inks by Mark Heike; s the Femforce, the Sentinels and the Vault Heroes stage an all-out brawl at a press conference, Darkfire is having her doubts; Playing both ends against the middle as a double-agent for General Gordon, the villainous League Of Alternative Science accepts her as one of there own; But when its time to get in out of the cold, how will she break free? Chapter Two, script by Bill Black, pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Bill Black and Chad Hunt. No Room Left On The Gravy Train (Part One) starring Dragonfly, script by Mark G. Heike, pencils by Dave Roberts, inks by Chris Allen. 36 pgs. $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #61
    Femforce (1985) 61

    Same As It Ever Was!, script by Mark G. Heike, pencils by Noab Frydaych, Dave Roberts, Lee Larkins, Armando Baez, Greg Horn, and Ed Decker, inks by Michael White; The girls go all introspective as Jennifer and Joan individually agonize about their broken relationships, She-Cat chastises Dusty for her friendship with Jens estranged husband, the Vault Heroes get some training in modern criminology, and Synn n Nightveil try to take Jetgirl into the Limbo Void, just for kicks; When Tara returns to her old stomping grounds of Jungle Island, poison from an old booby trap sends Tara hallucinating through some weird adventures. No Room Left On The Gravy Train Part Two starring Dragonfly, script by Mark G. Heike, pencils by Dave Roberts, inks by Chris Allen. 36 pgs. $2.75. Cover price $2.75.

  • Issue #63
    Femforce (1985) 63

    First $2.95 cover price. Cover pencils by Brad Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. Assault Of The 60 Foot Woman!, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bill Black(pages 1-4) and Dick Ayers (pages 5-21), inks by Nar Castro (pages 1-28) and Sonny Delos Santos (pages 1-4, 22-28); It's GTS mania as manipulative Stella Stargaze volunteers her new pal (stooge) Garganta to help out a beleagured movie crew dealing with a temperamental actress; "The Assualt Of The 60 Foot Woman" suddenly has real life giantess Gaganta in the lead and everything goes swimmingly until the jealous former star slips Big G a stimulant mickey, and the giant woman goes on the prerequisite rampage; It takes Synn, Microman, and a high-voltage jolt from new heroine Rayda (she's a stuntwoman in civilian life, you see, and had been working on the set) to slow her down. 36 pgs. $2.95. *NOTE: the issue number on this issue was produced in a variety of colors and we do not distinguish between them. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #65
    Femforce (1985) 65

    Cover pencils by Brad Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. My Sister...My Enemy!, script by Tillman Smoot, pencils by Dave Roberts, inks by Chris Allen and Mark Heike; Since Rurian Stardust has been on Earth, her career has been watched very closely by her home world; When word gets to them that Dusty has been fraternizing with a male Earth creature (David Burke) Rurs all-female society is thrown into revolution; Ever the opportunist, Rurian warlord Proxima see this as her ticket to great power, as she fans the flames of discontent, with a plan to bring the Rurian revolution to Earth; Earthquakes, floods and tidal waves wrack the Earth ahead of the Rurian invasion. The Trial Of The Black Phantom Chapter Two: "Fear!", script by Nick Northey and Mark Heike, pencils by Nick Northey, inks by Nar Castro, Sonny delos Santos, and Jordi Ensign. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #67
    Femforce (1985) 67

    Cover pencils by Brad Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. My Sister, My Enemy, script by Tillman Smoot, Bill Black, and Mark Heike, pencils by Dave Roberts and Mark Heike, inks by Chris Allen; As the powerhouse known as Fem-Paragon pummels Jennifer, Joan Waynes motherly protectiveness kicks into overdrive, and she comes to the rescue; While Nightveil staves off chaos on Dark Dhagor, the freed Stardust sets a timer to slingshot Rur back to its normal spot in the universe; As the heroes turn the tide in the battle with the Rurian ground troops, Stardust has one last hurdle--to win over the brainwashed Aleyta. Beyond the Veil, script by Nick Nortney and Mark Heike, pencils by Nick Nortney, inks by Chris Allen; The Black Phantom is sentenced to hang. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #69
    Femforce (1985) 69

    Cover pencils by Mark Heike. My Enemy Within!, script by Don Secrease, pencils by Nar Castro, inks by Sonny Delosantos, Bert Gabiano, Manny Pantaleon, and Jun De Pelipe; The setting is Calcutta, India, as Ms. V., Synn and the unstable She-Cat/Sehkmet travel there with archeologist Shannon Cooper to check out the cat -gods history, and find a way to control She-Cats torment; While Synns synestropic hold on She-Cat proves effective, Sehkmet finds a way around that- by leaving She-Cats body, and possessing Ms. V. and Synn in turn!; But, while they alternately cause mayhem to each other, the now-lucid She-Cat helps the archeologist translate inscriptions, and together they find a talisman to keep Sehkmet in check, so Cat will no longer need to rely on the bonding process to maintain control. Chasing Phantoms! starring the Black Phantom, script by Bill Black, pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Mark Heike. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #70
    Femforce (1985) 70

    Cover pencils by Del Barras, inks by Bill Black. Beware...Shinduu the Sorcerer!, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bill Black, Chris Allen, and Nick Northey, inks by Dell Barras and Mark Heike; Remember that climactic point in FF#64, when Too Tall Tara was suddenly rocketed from her adventure on Taragonia island, into Los Angeles with Garganta and Nightveil?; Well, this story tells the tale of what happened that day; (And, its actually the wrap-up of the Wild Side series that ran in Jungle Girls #s 14-16); The giantess and her jungle girl cohorts get a visit from Nightveil, who warns them that the island they are on is really at the nexus of a dimensional implosion that occurred when a mystic war involving and ancient sorcerer and his consort took place there centuries earlier. Untitled Darkfire story, script by Bill Black, pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Bill Black. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #71
    Femforce (1985) 71

    Cover pencils by C. Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. The Mayhem Of Doctor Macabre!, script by Bill Black, pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Mark Heike; Working for General Gordon can be a risky proposition, as Colt finds out, when she ends up in prison for the document theft he hired her to pull; But, through her efforts, the FF at least learn the original culprit who stole the Garganta formula was Marilyn Macabre, daughter to the good doctor himself, leader of the League Of Alternative Science; While Craig Williams, formerly The Hood, is savagely murdered by his old enemy, The Vultures Claw, the FF use a little deception to both bring him to justice, and down the villainous League. Black Phantom Meets The Purple Claw, script by Bill Black, art by Chris Allen. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #72A
    Femforce (1985) 72A

    Unbagged edition. Cover pencils by Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. Bad Girls Don't Cry: Chapter One, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike; Proxima, The Rurian warlord behind the Earth-Rur war has been banished from her homeworld. Bad Girls Don't Cry: Chapter Two, script by Dave Roberts and Bill Black, pencils by Dave Roberts, inks by Chris Allen. Bad Girls Don't Cry: Chapter Three, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. Reddevil Meets Fighting Yank, script by Bill Black, pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Chris Allen; The spirit of Bruce Carter III now exists in the body of the late Craig Williams, and when that new person makes a late-night visit to BH Industries for a new costume. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #72B
    Femforce (1985) 72B

    Polybagged with Sentinels of Justice compact comic #1. Cover pencils by Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. Bad Girls Don't Cry: Chapter One, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike; Proxima, The Rurian warlord behind the Earth-Rur war has been banished from her homeworld. Bad Girls Don't Cry: Chapter Two, script by Dave Roberts and Bill Black, pencils by Dave Roberts, inks by Chris Allen. Bad Girls Don't Cry: Chapter Three, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. Reddevil Meets Fighting Yank, script by Bill Black, pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Chris Allen; The spirit of Bruce Carter III now exists in the body of the late Craig Williams, and when that new person makes a late-night visit to BH Industries for a new costume. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #77
    Femforce (1985) 77

    Cover pencils by Bill Lux, inks by Chris Allen. Aftermath, script by Bill Black, pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Chris Allen and Mark Heike; In the aftermath of Capricorns defeat, the Fearforce make a bid for escape; The new Rad and Darkfire(ever the elusive one) manage, Krone and Proxima do not. I Was Mauled by Akwaa the Walking Wall of Water!!!, script by Don Seacrease, pencils by Bill Lux, inks by Chris Allen, Mark Heike, and Bill Black. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #81A
    Femforce (1985) 81A

    NOTE: Standard copy. Cover pencils by Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. Love and War: Part One, script and pencils by Bill Black, inks by Mark Heike; While Synn is trapped on Dark Dhagor at the mercy of Vivarna, gang war rages in Miami; The struggle turns personal as Ms. V. squares off against Rad- shocked by the savagery of her attack; As the Sentinels try to deal with protecting bystanders and Paragon attempts to reason with The Scarlet Scorpion, Iron Jaw slips away. But, fear not- Reddevil, Crimebuster and Squeeks are hot on his trail; During a quiet respite after the day's battle, Joan Wayne 's thoughts turn to the loss of loved ones close to her; Paragon offers to try to help her build a new personal side to her life, and a budding romance blooms. Crimebuster Vs. Iron Jaw, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike; Iron Jaw manages to make Reddevil's jet crash in the Monkey Jungle Wildlife Habitat; He knocks out Reddevil and is poised to kill Crimebuster with a chunk of cement. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #82A
    Femforce (1985) 82A

    NOTE: Standard copy. Cover pencils by Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. Seems Like Old Times, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike; Ms. Victory has decided it is time to retire her old civilian I.D. and begin anew, and in preparation scheduled a number of seminars for Joan Wayne to speak at, determined to pass on all the vast knowledge she has gained in almost half a century as a biogeneticist; But, when in her normal human guise as Dr. Wayne, she is the physical equivalent of her chronological age- over 80 years old; So, when Rad and Brimstone cook up a plan to overpower her and take away her supply of V-47 (the compound that she leans on to give her super powers) she can hardly stop it. Twilight's Last Gleaming: Part 2, script by Bill Black, pencils by Eric Coile, inks by Mark Heike. Crimebuster Vs. Iron Jaw: Part 2, script by Bill Black, pencils by Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #84
    Femforce (1985) 84

    Cover pencils by C. Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Hieke. The Death Of Joan Wayne!, script by Bill Black, pencils by C. Brafdord Gorby, Eric Coile, and Mark Heike, inks by Mark G. Heike; As the demented mutants take there twisted revenge on Dr. Misari, her mutagen seems to have restored Joans youth, if not her powers; Free of her bonds, she tries to stop the former patients, only to learn they have attained super strength; Just as they are about to do away with her, Paragon finds Joan; After mopping up the crooked nursing home racket, they stage a public funeral for Joan Wayne, to put that vulnerable persona to rest forever. Battlezone Triumphant! starring Paragon, script by Bill Black, pencils by Andrew Pepoy, inks by Christopher E. Allen. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #87A
    Femforce (1985) 87A

    Special 10Th Anniversary Issue; Not Signed. Cover pencils by C. Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. Pandemonium At Pleasant Isle!, script by Bill Black, pencils by Brad Gorby, inks by Mark Heike; To celebrate 10 years of the Femforce comic book, this wacky story takes place at a special V.I.P. opening for the fictional theme park based on the Femforce universe, Super Cosmos; As the members of the Femforce tour the park and attractions along with the AC Comics creative staff, things go terribly wrong, and thrill rides turn to deathtraps; How can that be?; Theme park designer Harcourt Leer is actually Dr. Pretorius, robotics wizard and Femforce villain whose face had never been seen; A laugh riot as caricatures of the real AC family mix with their fictional creations. 36 pgs. $3.50. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #88
    Femforce (1985) 88

    Cover pencils by Bill Black, inks by Mark Heik. Las Vegas Leviathan!, script by Bill Black, pencils by C. Bradford Gorby, inks by M.G. Heike; Stella Stargaze has had the former Dr. Carol Heisler in her thrall since way back in Femforce #64, the last time she went on a rampage as the giant woman, Garganta; Since then, Stella has been socking away a fortune by marketing Carol as Madame Grande, and using her empathetic powers to sooth the unhappy, depressed rich- giving them peace and contentment while relieving them of their cash; But eventually, a limit is reached, and the good Dr. breaks out all over in big, and the giantess Garganta walks again; As luck would have it, the very night it happens, Synn is in the audience, so the FF is immediately on hand to try and stop her; It takes seven great pages of stomping and destruction-plus Nightveils growth up to 60 -foot-size as well, to accomplish it. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #89
    Femforce (1985) 89

    Cover pencils by Eric Coile, inks by Bill Black. Terror At The Terminal!, script by Mark Schezzini, pencils by Eric Coile, inks by Mark Heike and Chris Allen; The new Femforce headquarters is under construction, and and Valkyra (incognito) is a part of the construction crew; Why?; So that when the facility is done, she can break out former Fearforce teammate Proxima, to plan a new revenge on the Femforce; Getting out was the easy part, and as soon as theyre free, theyre on the run immediately, recognized by law enforcement types; The FF, temporarily housed in a Orlando hotel while construction is completed, confront them at a downtown bus depot; A five-alarm, allout battle ensues, until a high-voltage jolt from Rayda takes down Valkyra, and the giant woman known as Tara cages Proxima in some steel girders. Proxima pinup by Eric Coile and Chris Allen. Ms. Victory and Valkyra pinup by Manuel Benavides and Chris Allen. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #90A
    Femforce (1985) 90A

    Standard copy. Cover pencils by C. Bradford Gorby, inks by Chris Allen. Deadly Quarry!, script and pencils by C. Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark G. Heike; Its Too Tall Tara solo, going back to her conservation roots as a little girls suggestion at a public appearance starts the girl with the growing powers on an investigation of private hunting preserves; Things arent too far out of the ordinary, till a dose of knockout juice for Tara and friend Janis Lawson has Tara as the object of a hunt by big-game types in a wilderness adventure reminiscent of The Most Dangerous Game. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #91
    Femforce (1985) 91

    Cover pencils by Brad Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. The Scent of Evil, script by Bill Black, pencils by Brad Gorby, inks by Mark Heike; Though stripped of most of his mystical power as Capricorn, Mr. Brimstone is still free, and operating in Miami; One who is not free is The Scarlet Scorpion, still controlled by Brimstone, even as Rad is deserting the one-time goat god; Doing her best to keep him from doing too much trouble, She-Cat is down South Florida way keeping an eye on Scorp, and she has Crimebuster in tow; When a battle in an abandoned movie theatre catches Raydas attention, and Cat and C.B. have followed The Scorpion to the same spot, its nothing short of a brawl. 36 pgs. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #94
    Femforce (1985) 94

    Cover pencils by C. Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. "Rad To the Bone!", script and pencils by C. Bradford Gorby, inks by Mark Heike; With Rad, The Terrorist and General Strock all missing, the authorities assume the rogue paranormals have kidnapped her; When Ms. V. attempts to get involved, Nightveil uses a magic spell to stop her-on orders from the General herself; When our three protagonists find Lieber's bunker stronghold, there are of course more Furies to fight, but by the time they're disposed of and Lieber himself is reached, his old, enfeebled body is lifeless- his project and legacy is over; Hmmm.... but why are some of those vials of genetic material missing... ? Later , at a tearful reunion at little Jason's gravesite, Joan and Jen have a reconciliation of sorts; And even a new career for Rad's ex- how about David Burke, Government Agent!!? Ms. Victory illustration, pencils by Eric Coile, inks by Mark Heike. Colt: The Weapons Mistress illustration, pencils by Paul McGuigan, inks by Mark Heike. Jennifer Burke illustration, pencils by Kevin Hampton, inks by Bill Black. 36 pgs. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #100
    Femforce (1985) 100

    Special 100th issue. Cover pencils by C. Brad Gorby, inks by Mark Heike. Milestone Issue No. 100 article. Full Circle, script by Bill Black, pencils by C. Brad Gorby, inks by Mark Heike; With a little time spent on Zaltair, The Femforce begin to learn it is a strange place, indeed. Somehow, it changes people; The Black Commando is completly sane, and Nightveil retains her magical abilities, even without her Cloak Of Darkness; Tara can grow to titanic heights, taller than any giantess ever seen, yet She-Cat gets Sehkmet's werecat form, but her own intellect; And Stardust-poor Stardust loses her powers altogether; While it appears the FF have fallen right in the middle of a civil war between the Zaltair and the Preen, it's actually more like a game- only the casualties are real!; Ms.Victory and Kinetics make it down to the surface just in time for the Zaltairian's big win; Kinetics is repowered, Mitch Cameron regains control of his Bolt half, and The Black Commando emplores NV to stay on Zaltair with him; When an urgent distress call to Earth comes to Nightveil from Azagoth, the girls realize they must return immediately. Sharon Blair as Synn photo. Color photos of Femforce on the back cover. 44 pgs. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #103
    Femforce (1985) 103

    Cover art by Brad Gorby. "She-Cat--Last Hero Standing," script by Bill Black, pencils by Dick Ayers (pages 1-4) and Brad Gorby (pages 5-24), inks by Mark Heike; With Ms. Victory devolved out of existence, only She-Cat and Nightveil (in her non-powered Blue Bulleteer persona) are left, and they are in the clutches of Lady Luger, in the bunker of the German High Command, in the waning minutes of The War in Europe; History plays out as it should for all therein, except for the Femforcers; As Nightveil winks out of existence, She-Cat slides back further in time, to 1938; Meanwhile, in the present, general Strock sends a contingent of paranormals into the Enigma Cloud, now found in the asteroid belt beyond Mars, in search of the missing Femforce; What Paragon and the others find there is Bolt, and four strange alien entities that split off from him when he was rejoined with his human side; The Multibolts. Learning little from him, Bolt is soon teleported away by the strange being known as The Shimmerer. "The Big Deal" starring Synn, Garganta and She-Cat, script by R. Lee Brown, pencils by Eric Coile, inks by Mark Heike. 44 pgs. Cover price $4.95.