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Celebrate the 20th anniversary of comics' glittering goddess of the light with her first-ever honest-to-goodness team-up with her electric little sister, Sparkplug, by Wilson Hill, Steve Perrin, Gordon Purcell, and Terry Pallot. Also in this issue it's an all-new Tigress adventure by Wilson Hill and Dick Giordano, featuring a guest appearance by the Black Enchantress.
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This special issue of Flare Adventures was released for Free Comic Book Day 2005. It features adventures of Flare, the Black Enchantress and Psyche.
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The naughtiest little WitchGirl is back at last in her own magazine, with two brand-new stories by Dennis Mallonee and Gordon Purcell! First, enjoy a blast from the past! When the Black Enchantress gets her hands on the gemstones of Dark Malice, it's her turn to deal with those annoying Greek gods during "Andrea's Adventure in Olympus." Then get ready to meet Doctor Arcane's newest girlfriend, the demonic WitchGirl DANIELLE. In her civilian identity, she's a high-priced lawyer, but she's also a genuine princess of Hell! Cover by Duval Stowers and Mark Beachum
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He's the world's most notorious assassin. Flare's met him once before. But then she wasn't his target. "The Return of Duel" is by Wilson Hill, Gordon Purcell, and Terry Pallot. And Flare's electric little sister Sparkplug stars in the Halloween adventure, "Trick or Treat," by Wilson Hill and Terry Pallot.
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Enjoy a brand-new adventure by Dennis Mallonee and Gordon Purcell. While Andrea is off trying to pry a few secrets out of the dread lord Azsum-Gandi, her lawyer friend Danielle is doing her the favor of keeping Doctor Arcane busy by regaling him with the previously untold tale of how the mysterious Mister Monocle once organized a legion of demons to attack the Avery Mansion. Plus! Get ready for the Challenge of the Gods with a special bonus preview in Part One of "The Mystery of Artemis" by Dennis Mallonee and Dell Barras. Cover by Paul Abrams
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Hoo-hah! It's the most oddball issue of Flare of them all, featuring a Gordon Purcell cover designed by none other than Scott Shaw! "The Secret Invasion of the Gorillas from Outer Space" is by Wilson Hill and J. Adam Walters. And in this issue's Sparkplug story, by Steve Perrin and Terry Pallot, don't miss the surprise guest appearance by the Black Enchantress.
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The holidays strike twice in this special issue of Flare. First, in a tale by Wilson Hill, Gordon Purcell, and Terry Pallot, Flare spends Thanksgiving with her boyfriend Lucas's family. Then her original creative team of Dennis Mallonee and Tim Burgard return to tell "The Christmas Story." And in a special bonus adventure, Flare takes on the savage Tigress.
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This month, two stories from different ends of the galaxy! First, a GOLD KEY homage from New York Times best-selling Star Trek author Dayton Ward, with Trek novelist and collaborator Kevin Dilmore, and art by Gordon Purcell (Star Trek), where Kirk and Spock find an uncharted planet inhabited by monstrous robots! And finally, a story by Sam Maggs, bestselling author of The Fangirl's Guide to the Galaxy, with art by Rachael Stott (Star Trek, Doctor Who). Learn the backstory of Yeoman Leslie Thompson, the first and ONLY female redshirt to die in the ORIGINAL SERIES!
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It's a special all-Darkon issue of Flare! In the lead story, by Wilson Hill, Gordon Purcell, and Terry Pallot, learn the secrets of the origin of Lady Darkon. Then, Flare's original creative team of Dennis Mallonee and Tim Burgard are reunited for a blast from the past when Flare has to deal with the triumph of the amazing Darkon.
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At last! In the third issue of her new comic book series, by Wilson Hill, Gordon Purcell, and Terry Pallot, the secret of Flare's first encounter with the Gargoyle is revealed! Don't miss this issue's guest appearances by the Black Enchantress and the winsome Whipperette. Plus a new Sparkplug adventure by Steve Perrin and Terry Pallot.
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Introducing the winsome Whipperette! Writer Wilson Hill and artists Gordon Purcell and Terry Pallot bring you the first comic book appearance of one of Flare's most energetic enemies, Patricia Fuentes, the whip-wielding twin sister of the notorious Ultra-Lash. Also in this issue, with story by Steve Perrin and artwork by Henry Martinez, Sparkplug has her showdown with Professor Muerte and Terror Inc. Plus: A bonus tale of the stupid little stick-boy, Dolf!
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Comics' glittering goddess of the light returns in the first issue of her newest series from Heroic Publishing. As this issue begins, she's been gone for a while. And in her absence, two of her deadliest enemies, Max Krueger and naughty Nikki Caldwell (aka Lady Darkon) have not been idle. This is the comic book that relaunched FLARE, featuring stories by Wilson Hill, artwork by Gordon Purcell and Terry Pallot, and a powerful cover by Daerick Gross. You'll also get a kick out of this issue's bonus SPARKPLUG featurette, by Steve Perrin and Henry Martinez, starring Flare's electric sister in action against the sinister Professor Muerte.
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Enjoy this trade collection of Flare's adventures from the first seven issues issues of the third volume of her very own comics magazine, featuring the first appearances of Raven Gold, Madame Destiny, and the winsome Whipperette.
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Mulder and Scully continue to chase down leads of the most bizarre and unexplained cases the FBI has ever seen! X-Files Classics, Vol. 2 features the two-part "Family Portrait," "Donor," "Silver Lining," the three-part "Remote Control," and more!
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Tells the story of the Apollo 11 mission, including the first moon landing in 1969. Written in graphic-novel format.
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Tells the story of the debates, disagreements, and compromises that led to the formation of the U.S. Constitution during the Constitutional Convention of 1787. Written in graphic-novel format.
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Showcasing the top Trek writers in print, TV, and comics as IDW beings their second year under Starfleet command. This month, Star Trek legend Dorothy “D.C.” Fontana takes the stage for her first-ever Star Trek comic book series. The writer from the original TV series, as well as The Animated Series, The Next Generation, and Deep Space Nine, is joined by partner Derek Chester (Star Trek: Legacy) for The Enterprise Experiment, an all-new series set in the unexplored fourth year of the U.S.S. Enterprise’s legendary five-year mission. A sequel to the classic episode "The Enterprise Incident"—originally written by Fontana herself—where Kirk and Spock found themselves trapped on an Enterprise out of phase with space itself and facing a plot of revenge from Romulans!
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The Morrigan Wars continue in this issue. Also enjoy a Huntsman solo adventure, and part two of the Birth of Flare.
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Tells the life story of President Thomas Jefferson, the individual who authored the Declaration of Independence. Written in graphic-novel format.
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A biography describing the childhood, private life, and years of public service of the popular First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt. Written in graphic-novel format.
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