One by one, the radio stars are being killed off and Shadow Lady continues her pursuit of the killers in “Murder By Microphone part 2.”
And when enterprising thieves broadcast their crimes live over the pirated airwaves of W.O.W. TV in Chicago, station owner Kitty Philips adopts the guise of the mysterious Masker to investigate the “Plunder of the Air Pirates.”
A bizarre new villain is on the loose in Silver City, half man, half woman and completely crazy, the Dimensioneer faces “The Better Half.”
Finally, when Patty Wheeler sneaks away from her friends to transform into her alter-ego Ladybug to stop a thief, she’s liable to “Miss the Beatles” at the Ed Sullivan Theater.
Knight Watchman and Kid Galahad have their hands full when the Pink Flamingo hatches his most nefarious scheme yet and drinks a special serum called Essence of Eagle and becomes the Birdman of Midway City in“Crime From the Skies.”
A new criminal mastermind is on the loose in Silver City and Frank Fontana, the Dimensioneer must stop“Dr Insect and His Ant Men” from plundering Fort Silver!
And finally, the original unused version of an Agents of B.A.D.G.E. chapter from the Savage Dragon crossover in Big Bang #14.
A legend is reborn as a successor assumes the mantle of the Sphinx! Peter Chefren has gone back to his own dimension and Allison Kane is the heir to his fortune and the Horus collar and helmet. Join Allison on her inaugural adventure as the Sphinx in
THE HISTORY OF BIG BANG COMICS VOLUME 1 – Introduction by Jim Steranko.
A behind the scenes look at the fictional history of the history of Big Bang Comics and the creators of the great BB characters.
Volume One features Ultiman, Knight Watchman, the Badge, Thunder Girl and Dr. Weird.
Intro by Jim Steranko.
In “Father Flamingo and the Boys of Bad Town” a knock on the head gives Jerry (Kid Galahad) Randall amnesia, the Knight Watchman goes looking for his partner and finds the Whiz Kid in a kid gang working for the Pink Flamingo.
Also, while Thunder Girl is vacationing at the Bar B-Q dude ranch, she finds herself pitted against“Interplanetary Cattle Rustlers” who are stealing cattle using a shrinking ray and a flying saucer.
Plus, the Silver Age Hummingbird travels to the Old World, a faery realm that long ago rejected magic in favor of science in“The Shattering Showdown With the Super-Science Sprite.”
High above the city, the sexy Shadow Lady battles murderer Maurice Dvorak for control of the autogyro he pilots in the thrilling conclusion of “Murder By Microphone part 3.”
And in South America, the Femme Fatale known as Bluebird tracks Nazi war criminals “South of the Border.”
THE HISTORY OF BIG BANG COMICS VOLUME 2 – A behind the scenes look at the fictional history of the history of Big Bang Comics and the creators of the great BB characters.
Volume Two features chapters on Venus, the Knights of Justice including the Golden Age Beacon and Blitz, Good Girl comics featuring Shadow Lady, and the Round Table of America including the Silver Age Beacon, Blitz, Atomic Sub, Robo-Hood, Hummingbird and the Sphinx.
Painted covers by Andrew Sheppard
Jerry Randall is all grown up and has assumed the mantle of the Knight Watchman in “Knight of Living Dead part 1.” Mob hitman Red Ted McKenna was beaten, stabbed, shot in the face and left for dead but an underground doctor used an electro chemical process on him and resurrected him. Now Ted is a zombie, taking a bite out of Midway City’s dark underbelly. Literally. As in eating his victims.
Also, a classic tale featuring the original Knight Watchman & Galahad in which they meet a new villain, the beautiful Queen of Hearts and an old one, in “The Pink Flamingo’s Bubble Trouble.”
The Knight Watchman has escaped from Red Ted with the help of young orphan Monroe Willis and a former crime-fighter known as the Spook. Now the race is on the keep Ted from killing and eating his victims again in “Knight of Living Dead part 2.”
Also, one of the earliest Knight Watchman adventures ever told – – “The Pink Feather Mystery” from 1938 (reprinted from Image’s Graveyard Shift #1).
Plus Spaceman From The Dead and a missing chapter from the History of Big Bang
Comics featuring the Spook.
Is it the team-up of the century or the first round of a Battle Royal when the “Knight Watchman Meets The Verdict?” Meet Hot Wire. Psi-Mage. Kuttar. Quintessence. They’re the first great super-team of the 21st Century – – created by Mike W. Barr.
Plus a solo story featuring that psultry and pstupefying pscientific psorceress – Psi-Mage in “Spa Fun.”
Mike Barr’s The Verdict