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The 1991-92 NBA Hoops Basketball Series 1 wax box factory sealed comes with 36 packs, 15 cards per pack.
Purchase the all new 2020 Topps Baseball Complete Set at Outer Limit Comics.
Abra 65/130 Common Base Set 2
Abra 49/82 Common Unlimited Team Rocket
Abra – 43/102 – Common Unlimited
Aerodactyl #16/62 Rare Unlimited Non-Holo Pokemon Card
Aerodactyl 15/64 Rare Unlimited Neo Revelation
Aerodactyl 16/62 Rare 1st Edition Unlimited Fossil Set
Michael McKean as Agent Seedling, Conheads Action Figure by Playmates.
Aipom 26/111 Uncommon Unlimited Neo Genesis
Aipom 41/64 Common Unlimited Neo Revelation
Alakazam – 1/102 – Unlimited Holo Rare
Base Set 2 Alakazam #1/130
Alien Nation #1 is a one-shot comic book with a cover date of December, 1988.
Aliens #1 (of 6) in deep space, a salvage crew is attacked by seemingly unstoppable monsters.
Aliens #2 (of 6) is the Alien menace really as far away as Hicks believes, or is the threat closer to Earth than anyone imagines?
Aliens #3 (of 6) the Aliens, leading Dr. Orona to a terrible realization: there is already an alien–a queen–on Earth!
Aliens #4 (of 6) if Hicks and Newt survive their mission, will there be an Earth to come home to?
Aliens #5 (of 6) a mad, fanatical preacher has loosed the corporation’s captive Queen on an unsuspecting Earth–to force mankind into an unholy “Communion”!
Aliens #6 (of 6) earth horribly changed as mankind is on the run from ravaging Alien hordes!
Aliens: Book Two: The world goes mad for Hicks and Newt.
Toch’s a second-generation survivor, born of a transport crew that crash-landed on a deserted, backwater planet.
It’s the end of the world and the almighty First Father hath sent a plague of Aliens. October, 1997
The end of the world is at hand, and an eternity of damnation awaits. But two siblings, Toch and Rachel, aren’t buying into all the death and destruction.
Aliens Apocalypse – The Destroying Angels #1 (1999) Mark Schultz Cover & Doug Wheatley Pencils, Mark Schultz Story Is it a coincidence that humans have met Aliens in our far future
An Alien “angel” has been met, as veil after veil is lifted, and Alecto Throop begins to grasp the enormity of the forces at work behind Dr. Keitel’s deception.
Deep space rescue specialist Alecto Throop has been hot on the trail of the mysterious Dr. Lucien Keitel, always half a step behind. But now that she’s found him, she may be sorry she did.
The android Baal’s secrets may have been uncovered, but it’s merely the first layer that Alecto Throop must peel back to get the answers she’s been sent to find.
In Aliens: Berserker #1, there’s a ship cutting through space like a bullet. Comic Book – January 1, 1995
The Nemesis team hunts and destroys Alien hives: small, medium, or large. But Terminal 949 carried a crew of nearly a thousand people, and that makes it the biggest hive in history.
Can they blow away the bugs and keep the knives out of their backs, or is paradise lost?
It’s down to the wire now and with more casualties than firepower, the crew of the Nemesis find themselves hip deep in trouble and watching the next load coming!
Henry and company don’t know is that this mission is about to go from bad to worse.
After a system-wide Alien infestation, Lt. Henry begins a suicide mission to fulfill his mad obsession: to kill “the Father” of the Aliens, no matter what the cost.
Take a gruesome tour of a derelict space station with a group of Aliens who know the meaning of Semper Fi!
Lt. Henry wonders if this is more than just a random Aliens infestation.
Get ready for aquatic action and intrigue as our hapless heroes are betrayed from within by the only person that can save them!
Could he even be responsible for these well-organized Alien attacks? Intrigue, action, and rusty rooftops — what more could you want?
The plot is thickening quickly, folks, so don’t miss this pivotal issue!
Henry strikes an uneasy deal with Beliveau, the secretive company man who has many hidden, deadly agendas.
While he is planning his strategy, his crew is succumbing to strange withdrawal symptoms, and the ones still on their feet are plotting mutiny!
Lt. Joseph Henry has never taken the easy path, and this time it just may kill him!
This is the 1st issue of John Byrne’s Alpha Flight.
Walter doesn’t like the more monstrous side of himself he’s discovered. Find Alpha Flight #10 only on outerlimitcomics.com
The Final Option (Part 4): Decisions of Trust!
Alpha Flight #101 – October, 1991
Alpha Flight #102 – November, 1991
Alpha Flight #103 – December, 1991
Alpha Flight #104 – January, 1992
Alpha Flight #105 – February, 1992
Alpha Flight #106 – March, 1992
Alpha Flight #107 – Marvel Comics
In Alpha Flight #108 the intent of our tour is to exchange cultural points of view – not bodily fluids.
Alpha Flight #109, June 1992
Alpha Flight #11, June 1984
In Toronto, Gamma Flight encounters Firebug in Alpha Flight #110.
Random acts of violence spread throughout Toronto in Alpha Flight #111.
Alpha Flight #112 – September, 1992
Alpha Flight #113 – October 1992
An all-new mysterious menace appears in Alpha Flight #114 by Marvel Comics in November 1992!
Alpha Flight #115 – December, 1992
Alpha Flight #116 – January 1993
Alpha Flight #117 – February 1993
Alpha Flight #118 – March, 1993
Alpha Flight #119 – April, 1993
Guardian has put out the call for the first time in months to bring Alpha Flight together in Alpha Flight #12.
Alpha Flight #120 – May, 1993
Alpha Flight #121 – June, 1993
Alpha Flight #122 – July, 1993
Alpha Flight #123 – August, 1993
Alpha Flight #124 published by Marvel Comics
Alpha Flight #125 (Oct 1993) Talisman and Shaman battle in Paradise Omega; their battle convinces Shaman to resist.
Alpha Flight #126 – November 1993
Alpha Flight #127 – December 1993
Alpha Flight Vol 1 #128 – Published – January, 1994
Alpha Flight #129 – February, 1994
Alpha Flight #13. Okay, sucker, the only way to get to the girl is through me!
Alpha Flight #130 – March, 1994
Alpha Flight #14 – September 1984
Shaman is approached by his daughter. She seems unhappy to see him and demands that he speak to her only as Shaman, not as her father.
Alpha Flight #16 – November, 1984
Alpha Flight #17 – December, 1984
Alpha Flight #18 – January, 1985
Alpha Flight #19 – February, 1985
Alpha Flight #2 – September, 1983
Alpha Flight #20 published: March of 1985.
Alpha Flight #21 – April, 1985
Alpha Flight #22 – May, 1985
Alpha Flight #23 – June, 1985
Alpha Flight #24 – July, 1985
Alpha Flight #25 – August, 1985
Alpha Flight #26 – September 1985
Alpha Flight #27 (October 1985)
Alpha Flight #28 – November, 1985
Alpha Flight #29 – December, 1985
Alpha Flight #3 – October, 1983
Alpha Flight #30 moves into its new base, the former site of Gilded Lily’s mansion on Tamarind Island.
Alpha Flight #31 – February, 1986
I’m here, Puck. And ready to begin my battle-training!
You battle with misappropriated power! That which was stolen must now be returned! Find Alpha Flight #33 on outerlimitcomics.com.
In Alpha Flight #34, Shaman is currently on a spiritual quest, seeking power, and unavailable to aid the goddess.
Alpha Flight #35 – June, 1986
Alpha Flight #36 – July, 1986
Alpha Flight #37 – August, 1986
Shaman dons the Talisman of Power for the first time in this issue in Alpha Flight #38.
Alpha Flight #39 – October, 1986
Alpha Flight #4 – November, 1983
Alpha Flight #40 – November, 1986
Alpha Flight #41 – December, 1986
Alpha Flight #42 – January, 1987
Alpha Flight #43 – February, 1987
Alpha Flight #44 – March 1987
Alpha Flight #45 – April 1987
Alpha Flight #46 – May, 1987
Alpha Flight #47 – June, 1987
Alpha Flight #48 – July, 1987
Alpha Flight #49 – August, 1987
Alpha Flight #5 – December, 1983
Alpha Flight #50 – September, 1987
Alpha Flight #51 – October, 1987
Alpha Flight #52 – November, 1987
Alpha Flight #53 – December 1987
Alpha Flight #54 – January, 1988
Alpha Flight #55
Alpha Flight #56 – March, 1988