POWER COMICS

TITLE: OMEGA KNIGHTS #3 (1992)
PUBLISHER: UNDERGROUND COMICS
STORY BY: MICHAEL CONNERY & ART BY DAVE MARCUS, DENIS BECHARD, NATALIE LEBLANC
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TITLE: THE EPSILON WAVE #1 (1985)
PUBLISHER: INDEPENDENT COMICS
STORY BY: TOM FLOYD & ART BY: TOM FLOYD, JONNI PARKER & CARL KNAPPE
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TITLE: PETER RISK: MONSTER MASHER (1987)
PUBLISHER: M.E. COMICS
ART & STORY BY: PIERRE R. MCNEIL

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TITLE: WARZONE 3719 (1992)
PUBLISHER: POCKET CHANGE
ART BY: SCOTT SHRIVER & STORY BY: BOB DIXON

TITLE: ELECTRIC FEAR #1 (1984)
PUBLISHER: SPARKS COMICS CO. 
ART BY & STORY BY: BRIAN SWIFT
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A team of fearless scientists in the age of light-speed are determined to unlock the dormant psychic abilities believed to exist in all mankind to expand humanity’s facility for communication. A known telepath named Mr. Norris is used for their a prototype experiment. The test produces a nuclear reaction transforming Mr. Norris into an intergalactic traveller named ‘Sir Real’. Artist and writer Brian Swift’s electrifying color pallet ignites the energy throughout this terrific book in one of the most startling ad imaginative 80s independent comic books we’ve ever seen. 

TITLE: HELLSTALKER #1 (1989)
PUBLISHER: REBEL CREATIONS
ART BY: KEVIN RASEL & STORY BY: ACHERON
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TITLE: STARBIKERS #1 (1988)
PUBLISHER: RENEGADE PRESS
ART & STORY BY: RON SUTTON
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Starbikers is pure Steranko worship, featuring thug-like Hell’s Angels on hoverbikes 100 years in the future. An immoral group doing whatever it takes to survive, legal or otherwise. Portions of this story were featured in the omni-comics Vortex and Black Zeppelin.

TITLE: NIGHT MASTERS #1 (1985)
PUBLISHER: CUSTOM PIC COMICS
ART & STORY BY: BRUCE PATNAUDE
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TITLE: DOG #1 (1991)
PUBLISHER: REBEL STUDIOS
ART & STORY BY: JOE VIGIL
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TITLE: DEMON’S BLOOD #1 (1987)
PUBLISHER: ODYSSEY PUBLISHING
ART BY: CHRIST SHORT, STORY BY: JEFF BENNETT
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A dark shadowy figure roams the streets in search of demon possessed human flesh and finds it gurgling deep within a hopeless salary man. A ghastly transformation occurs, a behemoth serpent emerges tongue-first from within its victim’s mouth. A flinging pair of retractable blades pierce through the horror’s astral form courtesy of Ravage, Demon Hunter. With his 18 year-old female counterpart Scavenger, he proceeds to a forest clearing where a group of satanic worshipers plan a moonlight sacrifice. This must be stopped. The equally frustrated creators bookend this issue with a bitter prologue and epilogue half apologizing for hindrances and condemning the then independent comic trends. -EH