Black Hood (1983 Red Circle) comic books
- Signed by artist Doug Wildey (splash) with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.
Cover art by Alex Toth. A brief look at the Black Hood's history. The Mask and the Man, script by Cary Burkett, art by Gray Morrow; The Black Hood is recruited by the CIA to stop an international criminal from selling classified defense documents to the highest bidder. Get On The Stick, Kramer, script by Marv Channing, art by Doug Wildey; An ex-marine faces his harshest drill sergeant in civilian life. Crime Hits a Sour Note, script by Marv Channing and Robin Snyder, art by Al McWilliams. A one-page featurette on the weapons produced by Damian, the Black Hood's weaponer, art by Gray Morrow. 36 pgs. $1.00. Cover price $1.00.
Cover art by Alex Toth. Article in which Bill DuBay dedicates this book to his grandmother, Rose Lillian DuBay. The Dark Destroyer, script by Gary Cohn, art by Pat Boyette; Kip rides into a small town being terrorized by a monstrous bully named Jakey, who has superhuman strength and is a mechanical genius. Candle In The Wind, script by Rich Margopoulos and John Carbonaro (plot), art by Dan Spiegle; Kip remembers how he met and fell in love with Carolyn, the only witness to a mob hit. The Fox, script and art by Alex Toth; Cosmo runs into Paul in Tangiers while running from someone trying to kill him. Black Hood illustration by Alex Toth. 36 pgs. $1.00. Cover price $1.00.
Cover art by Alex Toth. The Skywind Massacre, script by Steve Ringgenberg, art by Gray Morrow; While dining in a restaurant, Kip Burland overhears a plot to steal an experimental American airship by a Russian military group. The Most [ ] Man In The World, script and art by Alex Toth; While traveling through Eden, Texas, Paul Patton saves an elderly inventor who is the target for murder. 36 pgs. $1.00. Cover price $1.00.