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E-Man Comics (1983 First) comic books

  • Issue #1
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 1
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($2.55) will be charged at checkout.
    • CGC Signature Series
    • Paper: White
    • Signed by Joe Staton on 1/26/20.
    • Label #2509237004

    After saving the day on a movie production set, E-Man gets an offer to go into the movies and accepts in "E.M., Phone Home." Story also has a recap of E-Man's origin. Script by Martin Pasko & art by Joe Staton. Issue also has a snack ad parody featuring Rog 2000. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #2
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 2
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($2.70) will be charged at checkout.
    • CGC Signature Series
    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Scuffing to inner well of case
    • Signed by Joe Staton on 1/26/20.
    • Label #2509237005

    While handling a missing kid investigation, E-Man and Nova encounter and go against the F-Men, an X-Men parody which has the Weasel, Orereo, Zitpops, the Albatross, Slimesquirmer, Clodhoppers and Airhead in "'F' As In Freak." Script by Martin Pasko & art by Joe Staton. Issue also has a snack ad parody featuring Mike Mist. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #3
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 3

    E-Man and Nova's adventures with the F-Men continue as the Albatross is under the spell of Masternose and then becomes Dark Albatross, a parody of the X-Men's Dark Phoenix saga in "Dark Albatross Must Be Rendered Inoperative, Likewise." Script by Martin Pasko & art by Joe Staton. Issue also has a snack ad parody featuring Pudge, Girl Blimp. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #4
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 4

    E-Man and company go against Mielar Snuggs, a rabid comic book collector who has plans of his own for the world in "The Paper Bomb." Script by Mike W. Barr & art by Joe Staton. Issue also Mike Mauser, Private Eye in "Mauser, P.I.," in which while in Hawaii to visit with a producer, Mauser investigates the strange happenings on the set of the Mauser, P.I. series (parody of "Magnum, P.I."). Script by Mike W. Barr and art by Rick Burchett. Issue has a snack ad parody featuring Teddy Q. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #5
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 5

    E-Man and company have to deal with the Psychobabbler who is holding the whole city of New York for ransom and has a lot of tricks up his sleeve in "Getting Void." Script by Martin Pasko & art by Joe Staton. Issue also has a snack ad parody featuring Omaha the Cat Dancer. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #6
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 6

    After a battle with Thoughtmaster puts E-Man in the hospital, he dreams about his life and everything that has happen with him in "Feed Me." Script by Martin Pasko & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Issue also has a snack ad parody featuring Fred Hembeck. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #7
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 7

    After facing Thoughtmaster and the Feeder, what could go worse for E-Man? How about Gantry Babbitt and his righteous wrath in "God Told Me To." Script by Martin Pasko & art by Joe Staton. Issue also has a snack ad parody featuring Nexus. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #8
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 8

    As E-Man struggles to learn how to drive a car, he also has to deal with a troublesome villain who can switch forms in "Love Means Never Having to Say You're Larry." Script by Martin Pasko & Paul Kupperberg and art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Issue also has a snack ad parody featuring Cutey Bunny. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #9
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 9

    A new character called Tyger Lili appears and hires E-Man and Mauser to find her nephew Wing Fat and the case causes all kinds of problems including trouble between E-Man and Nova in "What's Up Tyger Lili?" Script by Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Issue also has a snack ad parody featuring Buck Godot and a text feature "Origins of Independent Comics – Part 1" by Charles Meyerson. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #10
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 10

    E-Man and Nova travel to Nova's hometown to locate Mauser's nephew who was sent to the town to investigate Nova's past and the trip leads E-Man and Nova into danger and mystery in "Blacklung." Script by Martin Pasko & Paul Kupperberg & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Issue also has a snack ad parody featuring "The Absolutely Last Stinkie Ad, Really" and a text feature "Origins of Independent Comics – Part 2" by Charles Meyerson. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #11
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 11

    Still in Nova's hometown trying to locate Mauser's nephew Donald Duke, E-Man and Nova have to deal with the Blacklung who has evil plans for the town because of what the residents did to him in "The Slug That Ate Barrentown?" Script by Paul Kupperberg & Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Issue also "Mike Mauser's Crimestopper's Textbook" and "Teddy-Q's Home Video Review." Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #12
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 12

    Tyger Lili returns, Nova has a great job offer from a Chicago television station to host a kid's monster movie show and a villain named Big Al steps into the picture in "The Sewer of Doom." Script by Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #13
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 13

    On their way to Chicago, E-Man and Nova's car breaks down in a bizarre town called Cynosure, Indiana which has Prince Chaos there and causing all kinds of trouble in "A Town Called Chaos." Script by Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Issue also has a text feature "Origins of Independent Comics – Part 3" by Charles Meyerson. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #14
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 14

    Now in Chicago, E-Man and Nova settle into a new home and Nova tries to get going in her new job. But Randarr the Inexplicable has other plans for them in "The Wrath of Randarr." Script by Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Issue also has a text feature "Origins of Independent Comics – Part 4" by Charles Meyerson. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #15
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 15

    Mauser comes to Chicago and needs E-Man's help with a case. Nova isn't happy about that but E-Man helps him anyway in "Fat Man's Fury." Script by Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Issue also has a text feature "Origins of Independent Comics – Part 5" by Charles Meyerson. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #16
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 16

    The villain Samuel Boar is in control of things and Mauser and Nova's lives depend on what E-Man does in "Sunrise Sunset." Script by Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Issue also has a text feature "Origins of Independent Comics – Part 6" by Charles Meyerson. Wraparound cover by Joe Staton. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #17
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 17

    E-Man is faced with one of his most challenging cases yet – the Smelt Quest, a parody of the Elfquest comic series along with other parodies including Mister T and the Smurfs in "Smelt Quest." Script by Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Issue also has a text feature "Scapegoat in Four Colors – Part 1" by Charles Meyerson. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #18
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 18

    After E-Man rescues a time traveler, he ends up traveling through several key historical moments in Chicago's history with her in "Rosemary and Time." Script by Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Issue also has a text feature "Scapegoat in Four Colors – Part 2" by Charles Meyerson. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #19
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 19

    It's Voodoo Week on Nova's television show and when some props she gets for the show turn out to be real, strange things start happening in "Hoodoo Blues." Script by Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #20
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 20

    E-Man rescues and then tries to help a strange acting young man who wants to find someone named Dot while Mauser tries to solve the mystery of some missing films in "If You Knew Herb." Script by Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Issue also has a text feature "Scapegoat in Four Colors – Part 3" by Charles Meyerson. Cover price increases to $1.25. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #21
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 21

    Tamerlane Jones, Moonrock and Mr. Z of the B Team (a parody of the A Team television series characters) arrive on the scene and cause all kinds of mayhem and trouble for E-Man and company in "The B Team." Script by Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Issue also has a text feature "Scapegoat in Four Colors – Part 4" by Charles Meyerson and "Teddy-Q's Page." Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #22
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 22

    Something has scared Teddy. And when E-Man and Nova try to find out what, it leads to adventure in Australia and encounters with some new characters in "Captain Koala." Script by Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #23
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 23

    E-Man and his teammates from Australia have to deal with Big Al and Randarr the Inexplicable along with their evil forces who have some new diabolical plans in "The See-Thru Wars." Script by Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Issue also has "Michael Mauser's Crimestompers' Textbook – Stoolies" with script by Mike W. Barr and art by Joe Staton. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #24
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 24

    The story and origin of E-Man's friend, private investigator Mike Mauser which goes from the streets of Brooklyn to the jungles of Vietnam to the alleys of Chicago, is revealed in "Mauser's Story." Script by Nicola Cuti & Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #25
    E-Man Comics (1983 First) 25

    After E-Man does something he regrets, he takes some time off and journeys to a faraway island to think about things. But it turns out that the island is not such a safe place to think in "Whom the Gods Would Destroy." Script by Nicola Cuti & Joe Staton & art by Joe Staton & Rick Burchett. Last issue of series. Cover price $1.25.