(2020)

Rebellion, 2020 Series
Published in English (United Kingdom) United Kingdom
 
Price
19.99 GBP; 24.99 USD; 33.99 CAD
Pages
208
On-sale Date
2020-04-28
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Rebellion
Brand
Rebellion; Treasury of British Comics
ISBN
978-1-78108-758-9 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9781781087589
Editing
Matt Smith

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Johnny Future / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Luis Bermejo
Inks
Luis Bermejo
Colors
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Johnny Future / credits, title page / 1 page (report information)

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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo

Welcome to the Future! (Table of Contents: 2)

foreword, introduction, preface, afterword / 1 page (report information)

Script
Steve Holland
Letters
typeset

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The Missing Link / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
If it moves - The Link kills!
Genre
adventure
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The Missing Link / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
...Even a rhino stockade can't hold the Link!
Genre
adventure
Characters
Bull Belson; Lita Munro; Cord Cleat
Synopsis
The Missing Link escapes his captives
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The Missing Link / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
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?

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Bull Belson fails to capture the Link...
Genre
adventure
Characters
Bull Belson; Lita Munro; Cord Cleat
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The Missing Link / comic story / 2.5 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Link is big! Link is strong!
Genre
adventure
Characters
Bull Belson; Lita Munro; Cord Cleat
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The Missing Link / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
In the heart of swinging London's...
Genre
adventure
Characters
Bull Belson; Lita Munro; Cord Cleat
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The Missing Link / comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
Inks
Luis Bermejo
Letters
?

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Bull Belsen has brought the Link to London...
Genre
adventure
Characters
Lita Munro
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The Missing Link / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
He's such an easy target, I'm almost ashamed to pull the trigger
Genre
adventure
Characters
The Missing Link; Prof. Richard Allen; Dr. Victor Kelso
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The Missing Link / comic story / 3 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
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?

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Professor Allen can never escape
Genre
adventure
Characters
The Missing Link; Professor Allen; Dr. Kelso
Synopsis
Subjected to a strange radiation, The Missing Link begins to evolve. He now possesses a sufficiently evolved intelligence to deactivate the machine and avert a nuclear explosion! The machine still explodes (with lesser force) and the Link is arrested.
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Indexer Notes

With this episode the Missing Link strip starts its evolution into the Johnny Future strip.

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The Missing Link / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Berjemo
Inks
Luis Berjemo
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Members of the jury do you find the prisoner guilty or not guilty as charged?
Characters
The Missing Link; Lita Munro; Dr. Viktor Kelso; Prof. Richard Allen
Synopsis
The Link goes on trial for wanton destruction. He is found guilty and jailed. He busts out of jail and then is rearrested and jail again. The delectable Lita Munro takes pity on him and brings him some reading material. After a week of study he can speak English! Meanwhile the evil Dr. Viktor Kelso flies to England where Prof. Richard Allen shows him his latest invention - a nerve paralyser!
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Indexer Notes

The Missing Link continues its (literal) evolution into the Johnny Future strip.

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The Missing Link / comic story / 3 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Berjemo
Inks
Luis Berjemo
Letters
?

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I am using only a fraction of the machine's power, Kelso.
Characters
The Missing Link; Professor Richard Allen; Professor Viktor Kelso
Synopsis
Evil Doctor Kelso tests his paralyser device on some animals. The Missing Link busts out of his cell again. A visiting newspaper reporter vows to write an account of the escape for tomorrow's front page!
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Indexer Notes

The Missing Link strip continues evolving into the Johnny Future strip.

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The Missing Link / comic story / 4.5 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Berjemo
Inks
Luis Berjemo
Letters
?

First Line of Dialogue or Text
This is a blow-up of a photograph...
Characters
The Missing Link; Professor Richard Allen; Professor Viktor Kelso; Lita Munro
Synopsis
The Link is on the run from the police. He takes refuge in Lita Munro's apartment. Meanwhile, Professor Viktor Kelso tries to steal Professor Richard Allen's plans for the "Paralyser" machine. Allen arrives unexpectedly and Kelso zaps him with the Paralyser, thus paralyzing him. The Link, in a bid to unravel the mysteries of the complex plot, decides to break back into the lab. He hides behind the target of a shooting range. Unbeknownst to him, some soldiers are just about to test their experimental high-caliber bullets on that same target...
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Indexer Notes

The Missing Link story continues its evolution into the Johnny Future strip.

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The Missing Link / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Berjemo
Inks
Luis Berjemo
Letters
?

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Is this the end of the link?
Genre
adventure
Characters
The Missing Link; Professor Richard Allen; Professor Viktor Kelso; Lita Munro
Synopsis
The Link is about to be shot by some soldiers. At that precise moment, Dr. Viktor Kelso turns up the power of his "Paralyser" device, immobilising everybody for miles around, including the soldiers. The Link, because of his strength, still retains his mobility but is weakened. He goes off to confront Dr. Kelso (who is protected from paralysis by his containment suit.) The Link succumbs to the effects of the Paralyser and collapses. When he comes around, he picks up some "Top Secret" documents which are strewn across the floor just as the soldiers burst in and accuse him of stealing secrets.
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The Missing Link / comic story / 4.5 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Berjemo
Inks
Luis Berjemo
Letters
?

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Am I going out of my mind?
Characters
The Missing Link; Professor Allen; Viktor Kelso; Lita Munro
Synopsis
24-hours have passed and the effects of the "Paralyser" are wearing off. The Link is being held at gunpoint again but this time he no longer has his super-strength. He is jailed (again!) Lita Munro wants to visit the Link but she is denied access. Dr. Kelso, however, wants to know why the Link was impervious to the effects of the Paralyser He constructs a miniature version (which only paralyzes people for 30 minutes) and uses it on some policemen as he abducts the Link and takes him to his hide-out. Kelso plans to operate on the Link. He leaves the room, allowing the Link to ponder his fate!
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The Missing Link / comic story / 4.5 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
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Luis Berjemo
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Luis Berjemo
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I have always suspected that you possess secrets unknown to other men!
Genre
adventure
Characters
The Missing Link; Viktor Kelso; Lita Munro
Synopsis
Dr. Kelso subjects the Link to the effects of his newest invention, "The Brain Thief". However, Kelso's brain is overwhelmed by the process and he loses all self-will. The Link tells Kelso to free him and then to write a full confession of his crimes. The Link calls Lita Munro and arranges to meet her. Munro's telephone line is being tapped by the police. They turn up at the rendezvous point and try to arrest him. He goes crazy, transforms (like the Hulk does but without ripping his clothes) and chases them off. When he has calmed down he tells Lita he doesn't want to see her again.
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The Missing Link Makes a Dynamic Change to Combat the Animal Man (Table of Contents: 17)

The Missing Link / comic story / 4.5 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Berjemo
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Luis Berjemo
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Genre
adventure; superhero
Characters
The Missing Link (adopts his Johnny Future persona in this episode); Dr. Viktor Kelso; Lita Munro; The Animal Man
Synopsis
Lita Munro, upset at being dumped by the Link, drives to London. Dr. Viktor Kelso has been found in a mindless state; the police blame the Link for his condition. Meanwhile, the Animal Man, star of Bigby's Circus, decides that the time is right to demonstrate his ability to control all animals. Chaos ensues. He broadcasts his intention to take over the whole country. The link hears the broadcast. He realizes that he cannot battle the Animal Man himself as he is a wanted man. He breaks into a costumiers shop and, with the help of some make-up and a new outfit, emerges as Johnny Future!
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Indexer Notes

The Missing Link strip finally completes its evolution into "Johnny Future", the title by which the strip would be known from the next issue.

[The Animal Man (part 2)] (Table of Contents: 18)

Johnny Future / comic story / 3.5 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
Inks
Luis Bermejo
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future; The Animal Man; Billy
Synopsis
Johnny Future turns up at a national newspaper office and states his intention to take down the Animal Man. This announcement makes front page news. In response, Animal Man commands household pets around the country to turn feral and attack humans. Johnny deduces that the Animal Man is likely to be found at London Zoo, Regents Park. At the zoo, Johnny finds and confronts the villain who orders two leopards to attack him.
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Keywords
London Zoo (Regents Park)

Indexer Notes

Billy, a character who appears for just two panels, is seen reading a Spider-Man comic.

[The Animal Man (part 3)] (Table of Contents: 19)

Johnny Future / comic story / 4.5 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
Inks
Luis Bermejo
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future; The Animal Man
Synopsis
The Animal Man orders the animals at London Zoo to attack Johnny Future. Johnny prevails against two leopards and an elephant. An enraged Johnny turns his attention to Animal Man who pleads with him to stop. Remarkably, he does! Animal Man realizes that he has control over Johnny. He orders Johnny to commit a high-profile bank robbery. Johnny complies. As he exits the bank, money bags in hands, he is surrounded by police officers who now believe Johnny to be a common criminal.
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Keywords
London Zoo (Regents Park)

[The Animal Man (part 4)] (Table of Contents: 20)

Johnny Future / comic story / 3 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
Inks
Luis Bermejo
Letters
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Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future; The Animal Man
Synopsis
Animal Man has discredited a mind-controlled Johnny Future by forcing him to rob a London bank. Police officers move in to arrest him, but Animal Man summons a flock of birds to attack them. Johnny enters a waiting car and is driven to Animal Man's home where he is caged until Animal Man has further use for him.
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[The Animal Man (part 5)] (Table of Contents: 21)

Johnny Future / comic story / 3 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
Inks
Luis Bermejo
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future; The Animal Man
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[The Animal Man (part 6)] (Table of Contents: 22)

Johnny Future / comic story / 3 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
Inks
Luis Bermejo
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future; The Animal Man; The Creature
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[The Animal Man (part 7)] (Table of Contents: 23)

Johnny Future / comic story / 3 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future; The Animal Man; The Creature
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[The Animal Man (part 8)] (Table of Contents: 24)

Johnny Future / comic story / 3.5 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
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Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future; The Animal Man; The Creature
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[The Killer Robot (Part One)] (Table of Contents: 25)

Johnny Future / comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
Letters
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Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; Larry Harwood; Professor Jarra; Dill; Rube
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[The Killer Robot (Part Two)] (Table of Contents: 26)

Johnny Future / comic story / 3.5 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
Letters
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Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; Professor Jarra; Jarra's Robot
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[The Killer Robot (Part Three)] (Table of Contents: 27)

Johnny Future / comic story / 3.5 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
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Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; Professor Jaffa
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[The Killer Robot (Part Four)] (Table of Contents: 28)

Johnny Future / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; Humphrey Harwood; Rick Harwood; Professor Jarra (dies in this story); Rego; Renusians; The Master
Synopsis
John Foster is fired from his job. Professor Jarra guesses that John is actually Johnny Future and is about to reveal this fact to the Renusians when he is electrocuted and killed. The Renusians are displeased and decide to replace the employees of Harwood Electronics with lookalikes to garner this information for themselves. (It's lucky for Johnny that he no longer works there!) John meets Rick's lookalike, who fails to recognize him. From this encounter, John realizes that something is amiss and resolves to do something about it as... Johnny Future!
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[The Killer Robot (Part Five)] (Table of Contents: 29)

Johnny Future / comic story / 2.5 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
Inks
Luis Bermejo
Letters
?

Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; Renusians [disguised as employees of the Harwood Electronics organization]; The Killer Robot
Synopsis
Johnny Future muses over recent events. Meanwhile, the Killer Robot's body is dredged from the river bed. It stirs and comes to life. Then it makes its way to the Harwood Electronics building.
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[The Killer Robot (Part Six)] (Table of Contents: 30)

Johnny Future / comic story / 3 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
Inks
Luis Bermejo
Letters
?
Editing
Bob Bartholomew

Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; Renusians [disguised as employees of the Harwood Electronics organization]; The Killer Robot
Synopsis
The Killer Robot attacks. Johnny is rendered unconscious by a Renusian mind ray. Then the Renusians decide to fire their deadly weapon, the Obliterator, at Johnny's comatose form. Things look hopeless!
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Johnny Future / comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Berjemo
Inks
Luis Berjemo
Letters
?

First Line of Dialogue or Text
It will take a few seconds for the obliterator to break the power field
Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; Rick Harwood; Mr. Harwood; killer robot (villain); Regus (villain)
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Johnny Future / comic story / 2.5 pages (report information)

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Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
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?
Editing
Bob Bartholomew

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High above London's ancient city an impressive figure sweeps soundlessly across the night sky...
Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; The Master (evil head of the S.S.S. - Secret Society of Scientists); Dr. Felda; Dr. Felda's unnamed assistant; a giant beast-man
Synopsis
Johnny suddenly realizes that he can fly! He tests his new power and then goes back to work. Meanwhile, The Master, head of the S.S.S., has heard of Johnny and wants to learn what the full extent of his powers might be (in case he creates trouble for the S.S.S. in the future.) He orders two lackeys, Dr. Felda and his assistant, to use their "Evolution Speeder" to create their own man of the future from a single-celled organism. They reluctantly comply but, minutes later, something goes wrong. The machine explodes and out steps a twenty feet tall savage, primitive man from the Stone-Age!
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Johnny Future / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
Letters
?
Editing
Bob Bartholomew

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Errreagh!
Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; a 20-foot tall Stone Age man; Dr. Felda (dies); Dr. Felda's assistant (dies); The Master; Humphrey Harwood; Rick Harwood (his son)
Synopsis
The 20-foot Stone Age man is unhappy and brutally murders his creators, Dr. Felda and his assistant. By an amazing coincidence, John Foster (Johnny Future) and a team of scientists decide to conduct a weapons test on the remote Scottish island where the monster is rampaging. A battle ensues!
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Johnny Future / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
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?
Editing
Bob Bartholomew

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Even a cannon couldn't have hurled that gadget with greater power!
Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; An army of 20-foot tall Stone Age men; Rick Harwood
Synopsis
The killer giant throws the agitator at Johnny, who catches it and flies it to a distant location. The giant then grabs Rick and drops him into the ocean. Rick escapes by holding his breath and swimming away. Back on the island, more giant men appear.
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Johnny Future / comic story / 3.5 pages (report information)

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Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Alf Wallace
Letters
?
Editing
Bob Bartholomew

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I don't know how I'm going to overpower that Stone-Age giant - but somehow I've got to!
Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; Many 20-foot tall Stone Age men (all die); The Master; Humphrey Harwood; Rick Harwood [his son]
Synopsis
The evolution speeder was left switched on after Dr. Felda and his assitant were killed. It it busily creating an army of giant, savage Stone Age men. The Master, unable to get a response from his lackeys, decides to destroy the whole island. All of the Stone age men are instantly killed. Johnny Future, flying above the island and contemplating landing, is blown out to sea by the blast and, by an amazing coincidence, splashes down right next to Rick who is struggling to stay afloat after the events of last issue. Johnny rescues Rick and then slips away to reappear again as John Foster.
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Johnny Future / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

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Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
Letters
?
Editing
Bob Bartholomew

First Line of Dialogue or Text
It's Johnny Future!
Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; Mr. Opposite
Synopsis
Mr. Opposite has the power to make people behave in unaccustomed ways. He tests out his power on some policemen and an unwitting bank clerk, who gives him some of the bank's money. He draws the attention of Johnny Future. Mush later, Johnny investigates a disturbance caused by some people under Mr. Opposite's influence. Mr. Opposite encourages some (different) policemen to attack Johnny. Johnny ponders his dilemma. Should he allow himself to be arrested? Or should he resist the policemen and risk tarnishing his reputation as a hero?
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Johnny Future / comic story / 3 pages (report information)

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Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
Letters
?
Editing
Bob Bartholomew

First Line of Dialogue or Text
So you've decided to come quietly, eh? Pity! I would have enjoyed cracking my truncheon over your head!
Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; Mr. Opposite; A police inspector [unnamed]
Synopsis
Johnny is arrested for causing a disturbance in the street. He pleads with a senior police inspector to be released, claiming that he needs to go and save the country from possible disaster. Johnny is released with a warning. He tracks down Mr. Opposite and confronts him. Mr. Opposite mind-controls Johnny and sends him on a frenzied destruction spree. The police inspector hears about this and vows to hunt Johnny down.
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Johnny Future / comic story / 3 pages (report information)

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Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
Letters
?
Editing
Bob Bartholomew

First Line of Dialogue or Text
We've got him cornered
Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; Mr. Opposite
Synopsis
As a consequence of being mind controlled by Mr. Opposite, Johnny has been on a wild rampage in London. The army is called in to subdue him. Mr. Opposite releases from his thrall and he surrenders. Johnny is jailed and ponders his situation. Mr. Opposite then mind-controls the soldiers and causes them to wreak havoc on the streets.
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Johnny Future / comic story / 3 pages (report information)

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Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
Inks
Luis Bermejo
Letters
?
Editing
Bob Bartholomew

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Whoomp!
Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; Mr. Opposite; Curly "King" Kalo
Synopsis
Mr. Opposite has used his power of mind-control on the army, causing them to recklessly fire weapons in London's streets. In jail, Johnny wonders how Mr. Opposite can be defeated. He has an idea. He busts open his cell door, and the doors of fellow inmate, the notorious Curly "King" Kalo and one of Kalo's henchmen. The prison governor watches and vows, as the three escapees stride through the prison with impunity, that this is as far as they will get.
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Johnny Future / comic story / 3 pages (report information)

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Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
Inks
Luis Bermejo
Letters
?
Editing
Bob Bartholomew

First Line of Dialogue or Text
You are witnessing the most incredible gaol-break of all time!
Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; Mr. Opposite; Curly "King" Kalo
Synopsis
Johnny busts some hardened, violent criminals out of prison. He takes them to Mr. Opposite who mistakenly believes he is being attacked. He applies his "opposite" power, not realizing that the men are villains. They immediately become model citizens and attempt a citizen's arrest. Curly "King" Kalo delivers a left hook which renders Mr. Opposite unconscious. The mind-controlled populace regains its free-will. Johnny explains to some soldiers how his plan worked and instructs them to make amends for their rioting (last issue) by arresting Curly and his gang. Mr. Opposite's crime spree is over!
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Keywords
London

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Johnny Future / comic story / 3 pages (report information)

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Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
Letters
?
Editing
Bob Bartholomew

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Last week we saw Johnny wrap up Mr Opposite!
Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; The Master; The Brain; The Brute; The Hunter; Rick Harwood
Synopsis
As Johnny's heroic exploits are broadcast on T.V., the Master assembles a trio of ne'er-do-wells to bring him down. Rick Harwood bids goodnight to John Foster as he leaves the Harwood Electronics building in London. He reaches the street just in time to witness a giant hawk menacing pedestrians.
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Keywords
London

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Johnny Future / comic story / 3 pages (report information)

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Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
Letters
?
Editing
Bob Bartholomew

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Destroy Johnny Future!
Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; The Brain; The Brute; The Hunter; a giant robotic hawk
Synopsis
A giant hawk menaces London. It perches on the clock tower of Big Ben. The three super-villains engaged by The Master in last week's episode engage in some narrative exposition. The Hawk sees Johnny and dives towards him. Johnny allows himself to be carried off in the hawks talons. The hawk carries Johnny away from London. They are intercepted and fired upon by some R.A.F. Lightning aircraft. The hawk is hit and plummets earthwards, still carrying Johnny.
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Keywords
London; The Clock Tower of Big Ben; Trafalgar Square

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Johnny Future / comic story / 3 pages (report information)

Script
Alf Wallace
Pencils
Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
A monstrous mechanical bird of prey...
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superhero
Characters
Johnny Future; The Brain; The Hunter
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[The Hunter] (Table of Contents: 44)

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Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
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Johnny Future; The Hunter; The Brain; The Brute
Synopsis
Johnny Future is the target of the Hunter.
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[Hounds of the Hunter] (Table of Contents: 45)

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Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Luis Bermejo
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Johnny Future; The Hunter; The Brute; The Brain
Synopsis
The Hunter's hounds come to his aid as he fights Johnny Future.
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[The Victim of the Hounds] (Table of Contents: 46)

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[The Battle With the Brute!] (Table of Contents: 47)

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Johnny Future; The Brute; The Brain
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[The Brute vs. Johnny Future] (Table of Contents: 48)

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Johnny Future; The Brute; The Brain
Synopsis
Johnny Future defeats the Brute in battle.
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[The Matter Transfer Machine] (Table of Contents: 49)

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Alf Wallace
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Luis Bermejo
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Johnny Future; The Brain; The Brute; The Master; The S.S.S. (The Secret Society of Science)
Synopsis
Johnny Future is unaware of the damage to the 'Matter Transfer Machine' as he steps inside the device.
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[The Secret Society of Science] (Table of Contents: 50)

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Johnny Future; The Master; The S.S.S. (Secret Society of Science).
Synopsis
Johnny Future becomes an unstable mass of molecules after exiting the matter-transfer machine.
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[The Master and the Brute] (Table of Contents: 51)

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Johnny Future; The Master; The Brute; The S.S.S. {Secret Society of Science)
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[The Master's Island] (Table of Contents: 52)

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Johnny Future; The Master; The Brute; The S.S.S. (Secret Society of Science)
Synopsis
The Master's island is destroyed and Johnny Future's body is restored.
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[Dr. Plasto's Waxworks] (Table of Contents: 53)

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Johnny Future (John Foster); Dr. Plasto; Sir Gerald Munton; Waxman
Synopsis
Dr. Plasto controls wax effigies with the aid of radioactive wax.
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Indexer Notes

The final Johnny Future strip.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 54)

Johnny Future / comic story / 14 pages (report information)

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The Missing Link, a creature of limitless strength, is exposed to a massive overdose of nuclear radiation.
Genre
superhero
Characters
Johnny Future [John Foster]; Rick Harwood; Disastro; Zarro
Synopsis
Disastro is released from his crystal prison by an undersea explosion. He makes his way ashore. In his wake is death; fish, trees, villages, military hardware. Nothing can stop him! Johnny future flies to the planet Xenon, where the material for the crystal prison originated. Zarro, a scientist, helps Johnny to summon Disastro to the planet. There they defeat him and turn his body into gas which disperses across the whole planet, thus destroying him. Back on Earth, Johnny is told that the military won't need his help after all because Disastro disappeared soon after Johnny left.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 55)

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Indexer Notes

This pin-up is reprinted, in color, from panel 4, page 5 of the "Missing Link" story in Fantastic #15 (May 27 1967)

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Table of Contents
  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Johnny Future
  2. 1. [no title indexed]
    Johnny Future
  3. 2. Welcome to the Future!
  4. 3. ["If it moves - The Link kills!"]
    The Missing Link
  5. 4. ["...Even a rhino stockade can't hold the Link!"]
    The Missing Link
  6. 5. ["Bull Belson fails to capture the Link..."]
    The Missing Link
  7. 6. ["Link is big! Link is strong!"]
    The Missing Link
  8. 7. ["In the heart of swinging London's..."]
    The Missing Link
  9. 8. ["Bull Belsen has brought the Link to London..."]
    The Missing Link
  10. 9. ["He's such an easy target, I'm almost ashamed to pull the trigger"]
    The Missing Link
  11. 10. ["Professor Allen can never escape"]
    The Missing Link
  12. 11. ["Members of the jury do you find the prisoner guilty or not guilty as charged?"]
    The Missing Link
  13. 12. ["I am using only a fraction of the machine's power, Kelso."]
    The Missing Link
  14. 13. ["This is a blow-up of a photograph..."]
    The Missing Link
  15. 14. ["Is this the end of the link?"]
    The Missing Link
  16. 15. ["Am I going out of my mind?"]
    The Missing Link
  17. 16. ["I have always suspected that you possess secrets unknown to other men!"]
    The Missing Link
  18. 17. The Missing Link Makes a Dynamic Change to Combat the Animal Man
    The Missing Link
  19. 18. [The Animal Man (part 2)]
    Johnny Future
  20. 19. [The Animal Man (part 3)]
    Johnny Future
  21. 20. [The Animal Man (part 4)]
    Johnny Future
  22. 21. [The Animal Man (part 5)]
    Johnny Future
  23. 22. [The Animal Man (part 6)]
    Johnny Future
  24. 23. [The Animal Man (part 7)]
    Johnny Future
  25. 24. [The Animal Man (part 8)]
    Johnny Future
  26. 25. [The Killer Robot (Part One)]
    Johnny Future
  27. 26. [The Killer Robot (Part Two)]
    Johnny Future
  28. 27. [The Killer Robot (Part Three)]
    Johnny Future
  29. 28. [The Killer Robot (Part Four)]
    Johnny Future
  30. 29. [The Killer Robot (Part Five)]
    Johnny Future
  31. 30. [The Killer Robot (Part Six)]
    Johnny Future
  32. 31. ["It will take a few seconds for the obliterator to break the power field"]
    Johnny Future
  33. 32. ["High above London's ancient city an impressive figure sweeps soundlessly across the night sky..."]
    Johnny Future
  34. 33. ["Errreagh!"]
    Johnny Future
  35. 34. ["Even a cannon couldn't have hurled that gadget with greater power!"]
    Johnny Future
  36. 35. ["I don't know how I'm going to overpower that Stone-Age giant - but somehow I've got to!"]
    Johnny Future
  37. 36. ["It's Johnny Future!"]
    Johnny Future
  38. 37. ["So you've decided to come quietly, eh? Pity! I would have enjoyed cracking my truncheon over your head!"]
    Johnny Future
  39. 38. ["We've got him cornered"]
    Johnny Future
  40. 39. ["Whoomp!"]
    Johnny Future
  41. 40. ["You are witnessing the most incredible gaol-break of all time!"]
    Johnny Future
  42. 41. ["Last week we saw Johnny wrap up Mr Opposite!"]
    Johnny Future
  43. 42. ["Destroy Johnny Future!"]
    Johnny Future
  44. 43. ["A monstrous mechanical bird of prey..."]
    Johnny Future
  45. 44. [The Hunter]
    Johnny Future
  46. 45. [Hounds of the Hunter]
    Johnny Future
  47. 46. [The Victim of the Hounds]
    Johnny Future
  48. 47. [The Battle With the Brute!]
    Johnny Future
  49. 48. [The Brute vs. Johnny Future]
    Johnny Future
  50. 49. [The Matter Transfer Machine]
    Johnny Future
  51. 50. [The Secret Society of Science]
    Johnny Future
  52. 51. [The Master and the Brute]
    Johnny Future
  53. 52. [The Master's Island]
    Johnny Future
  54. 53. [Dr. Plasto's Waxworks]
    Johnny Future
  55. 54. ["The Missing Link, a creature of limitless strength, is exposed to a massive overdose of nuclear radiation."]
    Johnny Future
  56. 55. [no title indexed]
    Johnny Future
  57. 56. [no title indexed]
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