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Madman Comics (1994) - #12
Dark Horse Comics


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  Editor(s):
Phil D. Amara

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Michael D. 'Mike' Allred - 'Doc'
 

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Cover Date: April 1999
Cover Price: US $ 2.95

Issue Tagline: The World's Snappiest Comic Magazine!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 36 pages

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Letters Column: Madman's Mailbag

Synopsis:
After discovering that his past life was that of a hired killer, Frank has begun to go off the deep end, questioning if his personality is really his. He blows up at Dr. Flem and leaves in a huff with a device from Gail to search for Dr. B. On his way, he's stopped by the Favor-Man, who says that he'd like to spread his good fortune. Unfortunately, after his spiel, Mike Mattress drive-by insults him and Frank breaks the windshield of his car with a rock. He gets out and starts chasing both of them with guns drawn.

The two manage to escape and Hugh repays Frank by buying him a tank of gas for his jetpack. The two decide to become friends, but Frank flies off in search of Dr. B first. He flies through a swarm of bees and discovers that the bees have Dr. Boiffard's DNA on them, so he captures one, all while a mysterious figure looks on.

Reprinted/Collected in:
Dr. Robot Special (2000) #1
Madman (2007) Gargantua HC
Madman (2007) Gargantua HC (Signed / Numbered Edition)
Madman (2007) TPB vol. 03
Madman Comics (1994) TPB vol. 03

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Dean Crept
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Mike Mattress
Moth (Steve Rude character)
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Hugh Rodrigo

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Writer(s):
Michael D. 'Mike' Allred - 'Doc'

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Michael D. 'Mike' Allred - 'Doc'

Inker(s):
Michael D. 'Mike' Allred - 'Doc'

Colorist(s):
Laura Allred

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Writer(s):
Bernie Mireault - 'BEM'

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Bernie Mireault - 'BEM'

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Bernie Mireault - 'BEM'

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Synopsis:
A monster is rampaging through the City and only Dr. Robot can save them. When the Mayor calls for his help, the doctor climbs into his robot and runs into the city where he finds the monster eating buildings. Dr. Robot produces a deck of cards and indicates for the monster to pick one. He picks the seven of hearts and puts it back. Dr. Robot shuffles and produces the seven of hearts once again. Shocked and delighted, the monster leaves with the cards and shows his monster buddies the same trick.

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