(April 1986)

Eagle Comics, 1986 Series
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Price
1.25 USD; 1.60 CAD
Pages
36
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Eagle Comics, IPC Magazines Ltd.
Brand
Eagle Comics
Editing
Nick Landau

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Anderson: PSI Division; D. R. & Quinch / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Brian Bolland
Inks
Brian Bolland
Colors
?
Letters
?

First Line of Dialogue or Text
It's totally awesome, man!
Genre
science fiction
Characters
D. R.; Quinch

Revenge (a.k.a. Four Dark Judges) (Table of Contents: 1)

Anderson: PSI Division / comic story / 11 pages (report information)

Script
John Wagner; Alan Grant
Pencils
Brett Ewins
Inks
Brett Ewins
Colors
Janet Landau
Letters
Tom Frame

Genre
horror-suspense; science fiction
Characters
Judge Cassandra Anderson; Dark Judges; Judge Death [Sidney De'ath]; Judge Fear (flashback); Judge Fire [Fuego] (flashback); Judge Mortis (flashback); Computer; Judge Grogan; Judge Emsland; Psi Division; Harley (dies); Pyke; Jumpin' Jiggy Jiggs (dies); Souza Baby; Med-Squad; Judge Cal (brain)
Reprints
Keywords
Black Museum; Grand Hall of Justice

Indexer Notes

Judge Anderson is a member of the psi-judge branch, and her irreverent attitude (playing yin to Dredd's yang) made her an immediate fan favorite. She was introduced simultaneously with Judge Death and gave her life to end his menace. This being comics, both recovered. Following two self-contained stories in the 1984 and 1985 Annuals, this was her first solo serial. Part 1 of 6

D. R. & Quinch Go to Hollywood (Table of Contents: 2)

D. R. & Quinch / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script
Alan Moore
Pencils
Alan Davis
Inks
Alan Davis
Colors
Rachel Birkett
Letters
Steve Potter

Genre
humour; science fiction
Characters
Waldo "DR" Dobbs; Ernest Errol Quinch; Torquetto "TJ" Jubbli (dies); BJ (mentioned); JB (mentioned); GD; Big Six; Marlon; Burt (mentioned); CK
Reprints
Keywords
Earth ("destroyed" by Dobs and Quinch); Hollywood (planet); United Galaxies Omnibus Depot

Indexer Notes

Picking up where the 2000 A.D. Monthly miniseries left off, these four issues give us the remaining Moore stories (except the first--see issue 12 of the ongoing series for that). Part 1 of 3

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 3)

Skizz / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script
Alan Moore
Pencils
Jim Baikie
Inks
Jim Baikie
Colors
Janet Landau
Letters
Tony Jacob

Genre
science fiction
Characters
Skizz [Inspector Zhcchz]; Computer (dies); humans
Reprints
Keywords
Formalhaut (planet); Kanga-bru (alcohol company)

Indexer Notes

Skizz was Alan Moore's first serial. It's a seemingly typical story about an alien who crash-lands on Earth, is befriended by a teenage girl, and is hunted by Evil Government People (Moore says he wrote it before ET). Moore's gift for characterization is what makes this feature special--the human supporting cast is arguably more interesting than the alien. Part 1 of 8

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Table of Contents
  1. 0. ["It's totally awesome, man!"]
    Anderson: PSI Division; D. R. & Quinch
  2. 1. Revenge (a.k.a. Four Dark Judges)
    Anderson: PSI Division
  3. 2. D. R. & Quinch Go to Hollywood
    D. R. & Quinch
  4. 3. [no title indexed]
    Skizz
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