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   "I Mean, Fore!"* (Hagar the Horrible, June 8, 1993) / Chris
   Browne. -- Summary: Another golfer shouts, 'Aft!' and Hagar
   gets bonked with a ball. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
AFTA. -- Wharton, NJ : B. Marcinko, 1978- . -- ill. ; 22-28
   cm. -- Also titled: Bill-Dale Marcinko's AFTA. -- "The
   magazine of temporary culture." -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-3
   1. Popular Culture--Periodicals. I. Marcinko, Bill-Dale.
   II. Bill-Dale Marcinko's AFTA. Call no.: E169.12.A34


See also
  • Après
  • Before
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       "Fore and After!" (Yosemite Sam and Bugs Bunny) 3 p. in
       Yosemite Sam, no. 31 (Sept. 1975) -- Golf story. -- Call
       no.: PN6728.4.G56Y6no.31
    "After a Bewildering Series of Adventures, Rosamond is Finally
       in Sight of Rescue from the Villain" (Desperate Desmond,
       January 31, 1912) / by Hershfield. p. 91 in The Comic Strip
       Century (Kitchen Sink Press, 1995). -- Call no.:
       PN6726.C595 1995v.1
    "After a Day of Noise and Messy Confusion with the Kids, Go
       Out for Dinner!" (Horrorscope, July 19, 1996) / Kelso &
       Rickner. -- Setting: Family car pulling away from the
       "Burger Kingdom," with screams, straws and french fries
       coming from the back seat. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
       "eating out"
    After a Fashion.
       "Crazy Love, or, Passion After a Fashion" / Jay Kinney. 1
       p. in Young Lust, no. 6 (1980). -- Back cover. -- Call no.:
    "After a Wonderful Game, the Spartans Even Beat the Fighting
       Irish at What They Do Best" (Captain Spirit, Sept. 25,
       2000) / by Randy Hampton. -- Summary: A party banner says
       "Free Beer". -- Student strip from The State News (Michigan
       State University). -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "beer"
    "After All, Tomorrow is Another.." (Pudge) p. 48 in The
       Further Fattening Adventures of Pudge, Girl Blimp, no. 3
       (1977). -- By Lee Marrs. -- Call no.: PN6728.45.L3F8no.3
    After All We've Done! / John Astrop. -- London : Patrick Hardy
       Books, 1984. -- 94 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm. -- Cartoons
       about teenagers. -- Call no.: NC1479.A75 1984
    After Apocalypse. -- Marietta, GA : Paragraphics, 1987- . --
       ill. ; 27 cm. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1. -- Call no.:
    "After Briefly Interviewing Neddy, the Reporter Goes Looking
       for Abbey!"* (Judge Parker, Nov. 22, 1999) / LeDoux and
       Wilson. -- Summary: Vance says Neddy's interview was a dud;
       Abbey hears him say so and reacts in anger. -- Call no.:
       PN6726 f.B55 "duds"
    After-Christmas Letdowns.
       "This Kind of Pickup is a Poor Remedy for that
       After-Christmas Letdown, Baby" (Flapper Fanny, Dec. 26,
       1936) / by Sylvia. -- Summary: They're cleaning up the
       living room. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "letdowns"
    After-Church Crowds.
       "He's Over Talking to Grandma!"* (Crankshaft, June 23,
       1990) / by Tom Batiuk and Chuck Ayers. p. 117 in Battered
       Husbands (Redondo Beach, CA : H. Gregory Associates, 1991).
       -- Summary: The after-church crowd is wondering where Ed
       is; he's standing in the graveyard behind the building. --
       Call no.: PN6231.H8G75 1991
    "After Dark" (Shakespeare for Americans) / by Walter Simonson
       and Howard V. Chaykin. p. 6 in Heavy Metal, v. 6, no. 1
       (Apr. 1982). -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.6no.1
    After Dark.
       "Beware After Dark" 6p. in DC Special, no. 4 (July/Sept.
       1969). -- Call no.: PN6728.3.N3D35no. 4.
    After Dark.
       "I Don't Want You Riding Your Bike After Dark!"* (Judge
       Parker, Mar. 2, 1985) -- Summary: Chuck didn't tell Abbey
       where he was going, and now she has to pick him up. Chuck
       wants to wait and talk to his dad. -- Call no.: PN6726
       f.B55 "bicycles"
    After Dark.
       "Now He's Going to Wake Up the Whole Neighborhood"* (Hi and
       Lois, July 27, 2001) / Browne. -- Summary: Chip finally
       makes good on his promise to mow the lawn, but it's after
       dark and he's wearing a light on his forehead. -- Call no.:
       PN6726 f.B55 "lawnmowing"
    After Dinner.
       "You Shouldn't Eat Peanuts Right After Dinner!"* (Blondie,
       Jan. 4, 1992) / by Dean Young & Stan Drake. -- Summary:
       Blondie gives Dagwood a lecture on nutrition. Blondie has
       gained weight, Dagwood hasn't. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
    "After Dinner Chat!" 5 p. in Battle Action, no. 4 (Aug. 1952)
       k. Dinner. k. Chats. Call no.: PN6728.2.M3B32no.4
    After Dinner Moose's After Shave Digest.
       Index entry (p. 144) in Panel by Panel : A History of
       Australian Comics, by John Ryan (Stanmore, NSW : Cassell
       Australia, 1979). -- Index by John Melloy. -- Call no.:
    "After Dinner Stuff" (Gasoline Alley, Nov. 27, 1919) / King.
       -- Summary: The men relax and smoke, while the women do
       dishes. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "smoking"
    "After 55 Years, Archie Still Shows Pep" / Craig Shutt on
       metamorphoses. p. 30-35 in Hogan's Alley, no. 9 (=v. 3, no.
       1) (Summer 2001). -- (Page to Panel) -- Summary: A brief
       history of the Archie feature in comic books and comic
       strips. -- Call no.: PN6700.H6no.9
    "After He Smashed a Cream Pie In Her Face"* (The Big Top, June
       14, 2002) / by Rob Harrell. -- Summary: Stucco asked Peepo
       out for a date, and she accepted. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
    After Hours.
       "Tillie the Toiler in After Hours" p. 121-122 in Sex in
       Comics, v. 1 / by D.H. Gilmore (San Diego, Calif. :
       Greenleaf Classics, 1971) -- A Tijuana Bible reprint.
       I. After Hours. k. Tijuana Bibles. Call no.: PN6714.G5 1971
    After I Die.
       House of Secrets, no. 92 : the first appearance of Swamp
       Thing. -- New York : DC Comics, 1992. -- 30 p. : col. ill.
       ; 26 cm. -- (DC Silver Age Classics) -- CONTENTS: Swamp
       Thing -- After I Die -- It's Better to Give -- Classic
       Comments / M. Waid. -- Reprints the July 1971 issue of
       House of Secrets.
       1. Horror comic books, strips, etc. I. Waid, Mark. II.
       Swamp Thing. III. After I Die. IV. It's Better to Give. V.
       Series. Call no.: PN6728.S835H6 1992
    "After I Die."
       House of Secrets. #92 : Millennium Edition. -- New York :
       DC Comics, 2000. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. --
       Introduction by Robert Greenberger. -- Contents: "Swamp
       Thing" ; "After I Die" ; "It's Better to Give" ; "Trick or
       Treat". -- Reprints the June-July 1971 issue of House of
       Secrets. -- Horror genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.7.D3H6 2000
    "After I'm Gone It May Be Worth Something"* (Born Loser, June
       10, 1993) / Art-Chip. -- Summary: Brutus has finished
       painting a landscape, and tries to give it to Hurricane
       Hattie. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "landscape"
    After-Image. -- Colchester, Essex : M. Beeson, . -- ill. ; 30
       cm. -- Description based on v. 1, no. 4 (Nov. 1987); title
       from indicia. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 4, 7 (1987-1988)
       1. History and criticism of comics--Periodicals. I. Beeson,
       Martin. Call no.: PN6735.A452
    After Image. -- Nuneaton, Warks : L. Stringer, . -- ill. ; 30
       cm. -- Description based on no. 3 (Nov. 1979); title from
       cover. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 3.
       1. History and criticism of comics--Periodicals. I.
       Stringer, Lew. Call no.: PN6735.A45
    After Image : The Art of Frank Brunner / Steven R. Johnson,
       Bob Hakins. -- 1978. -- 52 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- (Artist
       Index Series ; v. 2) (The Brunner Mystique ; v. 2) -- Call
       no.: PN6727.B7A4 1978
       "The Amazing After-Life of Lois Lane" (Lois Lane) 20 p. in
       Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane, no. 135 (Nov. 1973). --
       Data from Gene Reed. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3S78no.135

    After Midnight

    After Midnight / script, Tiziano Sclavi ; art, Giampiero Casertano ; translation, Violeta Jurkovic ; dialogue, Reed Chaval. -- Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse Comics, 1999. -- 96 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. -- (Dylan Dog ; no. 6) -- Call no.: PN6768.D913 1999no.6

    Summary: Dylan Dog forgets his keys and can't get into the house. His midnight ringing wakes a neighbor, but not Felix. Driving back to Susan's he runs out of gas. He gives his last change to a wino to get him out of a phone booth so he can call a cab, then realizes he has no change and can't use the phone. He walks home to try and wake Felix again. This time not even the neighbor wakes up, and we see that the neighbor has an axe through his head. A taxi comes by, and Dylan gets a ride to Susan's apartment. He tries to pay with a 20-pound note, but it blows away. The cab driver doesn't seem worried and drives away. Dylan chases the note until it lands in a barrel of burning trash, and he gets yelled at by a streetwalker. Dylan rings Susan's bell and is greeted by Susan's husband, whom Dylan didn't know she had. Dylan leaves. The husband answers the door again and is killed by an axe. Dylan tries to sneak into the subway but is caught by a policeman. Leaving the subway he finds a coin and uses it to call Felix, then the police, and doesn't get through. Susan, covered with blood, runs him down (on foot) and takes him home, then out to a disco. Inspector Bloch gets woken up because a policeman has been killed with an axe. Dylan leaves the disco and picks up a coat at the coat check. Block investigates the murder and finds a broken clarinet reed on the scene. Dylan goes to put on his coat, realizes he didn't have a coat, then finds a bloody axe in it. A policeman tries to arrest him, but doesn't identify himself as a policeman. Dylan evades him but is wounded in the process. The policeman takes the axe to Inspector Bloch. Dylan is taken in by a male prostitute, who gives him change for a telephone call. He is only able to contact the wino in the other telephone booth. The generous cab driver comes by and gives him a free ride towards Scotland Yard, where they've just found Dylan's fingerprints on the axe. The cab ride ends when the driver dies, and Dylan continues driving the cab toward Scotland Yard, until he runs into a man in a space suit. A man in a suit (a member of the House of Lords) then takes Dylan at gunpoint into his car, and explains that the man in the spacesuit was his partner in a plan to steal an experimental virus. Dylan escapes, drowns the Lord, makes his way back to the disco, and accidentally ingests cocaine. Dylan leaves the disco and is arrested, this time recognizing the policeman as a policeman, and is grateful. Then from the back seat the owner of the axe kills the policeman with a knife. The man drags Dylan to Susan, who introduces him to Dylan as a random night murderer whom she very much admires. The murderer then kills Susan. Dylan kills him, the sun comes up, and Felix takes the cotton out of his ears and goes to buy Dylan a new clarinet reed.

    This summary is from European Comics in English Translation (Jefferson, NC : McFarland & Company, 2002). Used with permission.

    "After Midnight."
       Spider-Man : Round Robin, the Sidekick's Revenge / Al
       Milgrom, writer ; Mark Bagley, penciler ; Randy Emberlin,
       inker ; Joe Rosen, letterer ; Bob Sharen, colorist ; Danny
       Fingeroth, original series editor and group editor ; Mark
       Powers, reprint editor ; Tom DeFalco, editor in chief. --
       New York : Marvel Comics, 1994. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 26
       cm. -- Originally published in magazine form as Amazing
       Spider-Man no. 353-358. -- Contents: "When Midnight
       Strikes"; "Wilde at Heart" ; "Total Eclipse of the
       Moon...Knight" ; "After Midnight" ; "A Bagel with Nova" ;
       "Out on a Limb." -- Call no.: PN6728.A5M5 1994
    After Noon Comics.
       Dada. -- Spring Valley, CA : After Noon Comics, 1988- . --
       ill. ; 14 cm. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1.
       1. New wave comics. I. After Noon Comics. Call no.:
    "After One Swing of the Pan They Compromised on $100" (Our
       Boarding House, Jan. 31, 1962) / Bill Freyse. -- Summary:
       Amos has $300 and he's going to develop a gold mine; Martha
       starts panning for her share right away. -- Call no.:
       PN6726 f.B55 "panning"
    "After Our Wedding, Courtney and I are Going to Move In With
       You and Mom, and in Return, I'll Cut the Grass"* (Blondie,
       Aug. 3, 1999) / by Dean Young and Denis Lebrun. -- Summary:
       Alexander contemplates property taxes, medical insurance,
       and homeowner's insurance. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
    "After Reaching Everest's Summit"* (Rubes, Dec. 6, 1996) / by
       Leigh Rubin. -- Summary: Mountainclimbers Edmund Hillary
       and Tenzing Norgay have a snowball fight that starts an
       avalanche and dooms a Himalayan village. -- Call no.:
       PN6726 f.B55 "Himalayas"
    After School.
       "I'm in a Hurry Today"* (Chuck White) p. 3-8 in Treasure
       Chest of Fun & Facts, v. 3, no. 13 (Feb. 17, 1948). --
       Begins: Chuck's father is home from the hospital and after
       school Chuck hurries homeward." -- "To be continued." --
       Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.3no.13
    After School.
       Index entry (p. 59) in Ron Goulart's Great History of Comic
       Books (Chicago : Contemporary Books, 1986). Call no.:
       PN6725.G635 1986
    After School.
       "Jason Fox, Are You Trying to Get Afternoon Detention?"*
       (Fox Trot, Oct. 1, 2001) / by Bill Amend. -- Summary:
       Jason's dad wants to play some father-son golf after
       school, and Jason's attacking the teacher with paper
       airplanes. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
    After/Shock : Bulletins from Ground Zero / edited by Rebecca
       Wilson. -- Berkeley, Ca. : Last Gasp Eco-Funnies, 1981. --
       39 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- "No. 1".-- Underground and women's
       genres. -- Contents: "Relationship" p. 1 ; "Hanky Panky" p.
       2-4 ; "What a Girl Tells Her Pillow" p. 5-7 ; "Mix & Match"
       (Di Di Glitz) p. 8-9 ; "The Next Best Thing to Love" p.
       10-12 ; "Nuvoids" p. 13-17  ; "One Life to Live" p. 18-19 ;
       "It's Not Who you Sleep With, It's Who Keeps You Awake" p.
       20-22 ; "The Mutant" p. 23-26 ; "The Evolution of Hotsy
       Bloato" p. 27-29 ; "A Firm Decision" 1/2 p. ; "Small
       Changes" 1/2 p. ; "Turning 30" p. 31-33 ; "Washing Day" p.
       34-35 ; "More Nasty Women's Humor" p. 36-38 ; "Do Something
       Really Political"* 1 p. ; "Rodolf Ici" p. 40 -- Call no.:
       PN6728.45.L3A34 1981
       Index entry (p. 100-101) in From Girls to Grrrlz : a
       history of [female] comics from teens to zines, by Trina
       Robbins (San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 1999). -- Call
       no.: PN6725.R58 1999
       Index entry (p. 84) in Women and the Comics / by Trina
       Robbins and Catherine Yronwode (Eclipse Books, 1985). Call
       no.: PN6710.R6 1985
       "Sex and the 60-Second Warning" p. 109-110 (Comics Journal
       #77 November 1982) -- Data from Pete Coogan.
       1. After Shock. I. Sherman, Bill. Call no.: PN6700.C62no.77
    "After Taking Waffles Out of Box, Place in Toaster..."*
       (Stately Manner, Oct. 1, 1986) / by Cliff Ledge. -- (Our
       First Year Off-Campus) -- College panel in The State News
       (East Lansing, Mich.). -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cooking"
    After the Apocalypse.
       "What to Do After the Apocalypse!" (Deathlok) / Rich
       Buckler, story and art ; Keith Pollard, inker. 9 p. in
       Astonishing Tales, no. 36 (July 1976) -- Call no.:
    "After the Atom Spies" (U.S. Royal) 1 p. in Giggle Comics, no.
       73 (Sept./Oct. 1950). -- Advertising strip for U.S. Royal
       bike tires. -- Call no. PN6728.1.A5G5no.73
    After the Ball.
       Index entry (p. 179) to The Fleischer Story / by Leslie
       Cabarga (New York : Nostalgia Press, 1976) -- Data from Don
       Markstein. Call no.: NC1766.U52F593
    After the Bomb / written by Erick Wujcik ; edited by Alex
       Marciniszyn, Kevin Siembieda ; illustrated by Peter Laird.
       -- Detroit, Mich. : Palladium Books, 1986. -- 47 p. : ill.
       ; 28 cm. -- "A Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Supplement."
       1. Fantasy games. 2. Funny animal comics--Miscellanea. I.
       [Each creator]. II. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. III.
       Palladium Books. Call no.: GV1202.F35A4 1986
    "After the Cabaret" (Doom Patrol) / Richard Case & Philip
       Bond, artists ; Grant Morrison, writer ; Daniel Vozzo,
       colorist ; John Workman (as A. Toscaninni), letterer ; Tom
       Peyer, editor. 24 p. in Doom Patrol, no. 52 (Feb. 1992). --
       Data from Gene Reed & John Bullough, via Grand Comic-Book
       Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.5.D3D63no.52
    "After the Ending" (Metal Men) / Conway, story ; Staton, art.
       17 p. in Metal Men, no. 54 (Oct./Nov. 1977). -- Data from
       Gene Reed. -- Call no.: PN6728.3.N3M4no.54
    "After the Fact" (Rhymes with Orange, Sept. 1, 1998) / Hilary
       B. Price. -- Summary: A dog has a stiff tongue, and another
       dog says to stay out of the dry cleaning because the man
       asks for too much starch. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
    "After the Fall" / story and art: Serge Clerc. p. 17-21 in
       Heavy Metal, v. 3, no. 8 (Dec. 1979). -- Call no.:
    "After the Fall a New Beginning" (Captain Atom) / David A.
       Kaler, script ; Steve Ditko, pencils ; Rocke Mastroserio,
       inks. 17 p. in Captain Atom, no. 84 (1977) -- Reprint.
       k. The Fall. k. New beginnings. k. Beginnings. I. Kaler,
       David A. II. Ditko, Steve. III. Mastroserio, Rocke. Call
       no.: PN6728.4.M6C3no.84
    After the Fire.
       Batman/Deathblow : After the Fire. -- La Jolla, CA :
       WildStorm Productions, 2002. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. --
       Complete in 3 nos. -- Superhero genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no.
       1-3. -- Call no.: PN6728.7.D3B327 2002

    After the Rain

    After the Rain / André Juillard ; translated by Joe Johnson ; lettering by Ortho. -- New York : Nantier Beall Minoustchine, 1999. -- 56 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. -- (ComicsLit) -- Translation of: Après la Pluie. -- "Loosely connected to The Blue Notebook by starting off with the Notebook's characters, it goes off on its own direction with the main character becoming obsessed with finding his best buddy who has recently mysteriously vanished" (from Publisher's press release tipped in). -- Detective genre. -- Call no.: PN6747.J813A7 1999

    Summary: Victor Sanchez is having a gallery opening, but none of his photographs have sold and the evening is almost over. He goes to a restaurant with his girlfriend Louise and her sister Pauline, and soon a man named Abel Mias approaches their table. Mias has purchased a photograph, and wants to talk to Victor about the people in it. Victor doesn't know much, except that it was taken in Florence a month earlier. Louise remembers that the couple and child left in a yellow Fiat with local licence plates. Abel is in search of a long-time friend who appears in the picture. The friend, Tristan, disappeared a year and a half ago and the woman with him, Clara, is the wife of a rich man named Marc. Abel tells all this to his new girlfriend Eve, who encourages him to go to Florence and search for Tristan. Abel finds the right house, but his lost friends aren't home. Returning a few hours later he finds both Tristan and Clara dead, and gunmen trying to kill him. After the funeral, Abel returns to Paris to find the gunmen waiting in his apartment. Abel escapes and contacts the police, but Eve is soon kidnapped. The thugs were driving a car owned by Marc Cornic, and the police find out that Eve is Cornic's niece. The police don't think Marc knows what's going on. Abel follows the car and finds the thugs in the woods about to rape and kill Eve. They manage to kill the gunmen, and then they find Marc Cornic dead in the trunk. Also in the trunk is the son of Tristan and Clara, still alive, and named Abel Jr. Eve tells how she grew up with Clara as a big sister, and was trying to help the family find her by getting close to Abel. The business with the gun thugs, and the reason Clara left Marc anyhow, was because the family business involves harvesting organs from unwilling third world donors to sell to rich people for transplants. Clara's brother was behind the killings, and when Marc got angry about it he killed Marc as well. At the end it looks like Eve and the two Abels might be a family together.

    This summary is from European Comics in English Translation (Jefferson, NC : McFarland & Company, 2002). Used with permission.


    "After the Rain : Andre Juillard" / Ng Suat Tong. p. 34 in The Comics Journal, no. 212 (May 1999). -- (Firing Line) -- Review. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.212

    After the Revolution.
       "Worship After the Revolution"* (Phoebe & the Pigeon
       People) 1 p. in Phoebe & the Pigeon People, v. 1, no. 1
       (1979) / by Jay Lynch & Gary Whitney. -- Call no.:
    After the Snooter / Eddie Campbell. -- Paddington, Queensland
       : Eddie Campbell Books, 2002. -- 160 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. --
       Call no.: PN6737.C3A7 2002
    After the Snooter--Reviews.
       "Best Comic of 2002 #2" / by Rich Kreiner. p. 49-51 in The
       Comics Journal, no. 250 (Feb. 2003). -- (2002, the Year in
       Review) -- Review of: After the Snooter (Eddie Campbell).
       -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.250
    "After the Wedding" / Morris Waldinger, script and art. 1 p.
       non-fiction in Wonder Woman, no. 68 (Aug. 1954). -- Customs
       for newlyweds. -- Data from Gene Reed and Lou Mougin, via
       Grand Comic-Book Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3W6no.68
    After Things Fell Apart.
       Index entry (p. 344) in The Comic-Book Book, ed. by Don
       Thompson & Dick Lupoff (Krause Publications, 1998). -- Call
       no.: PN6725.T5 1998
    "After Work" / A. Clerkx. 1 p. in Dutch Treat (Princeton, Wis.
       : Kitchen Sink Enterprises, 1977). -- Call no.:
    After Work.
       "Enter a Businessman, Exit a Golfer!"* (Fred Basset, July
       11, 1988) / Graham. -- Summary: Fred's master plays golf
       after work. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
    After Work.
       "I Will Pick You Up After Work and Deliver You to Cooking
       School Myself...Be Ready!"* (Rex Morgan, M.D., Feb. 7,
       1994) / Wilson and DiPreta. -- Summary: Berna isn't going
       to let Dexter weasel out. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
       "cooking school"
    After Work.
       "So My Dad Can Play 18 Holes After Work"* (B.C., July 3,
       1997) / Hart. -- Summary: In school, Johnny explains to his
       teacher the reason for daylight savings time. -- Call no.:
       PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
    After World War III Came the Atomic Knights.
       "Rise of the Atomic Knights!" (Atomic Knights) / John
       Broome, story ; Murphy Anderson, art. 16 p. in Strange
       Adventures, no. 117 (June 1960); reprinted in Strange
       Adventures, no. 217-218 (Mar./Apr. - May/June 1969);
       reprinted in DC Super Stars, no. 2 as "The Origin of the
       Atomic Knights". -- Chapter 2 (in Strange Adventures no.
       218) titled: "After World War III came the Atomic Knights."
       I. Broome, John. II. Anderson, Murphy. III. Atomic Knights.
       IV. The Origin of the Atomic Knights. V. After World War
       III came the Atomic Knights. k. World War III. k Knights.
       Call no.: PN6728.2.N3S76no.217-218.
       The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
       one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
       topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
       Spike #1, plus Afterearth / Gordon Spurlock. -- Chicago :
       Minotaur Comics, 1994. -- 119 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Genres:
       Gay erotic, funny animal. -- Call no.: PN6727.S63S55 1994
       "Beliefs Regarding Death and the Afterlife" (The Bus) / by
       Paul Kirchner. p. 96 in Heavy Metal, v. 5, no. 9 (Dec.
       1981). -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.5no.9
       London's Dark / story, James Robinson ; art, Paul Johnson.
       -- London : Titan Books, 1989. -- 40 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. --
       (An Escape Graphic Novel) -- "A tale of love & war, life,
       death (& afterlife)." -- Call no.: PN6737.R57L6 1989
    Afterlife Therapy.
       Casper : the Novelization / written by Lisa Rojany. -- Los
       Angeles : Price Stern Sloan, 1995. -- 64 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
       -- "From the screenplay by Sherri Stoner & Deanna Oliver."
       -- Summary: Afterlife therapist Dr. James Harvey appears at
       Whipstaff Manor in Maine, and Casper falls in love with his
       daughter Kat. -- Call no.: PS3568 .O498 C37 1995


    "Aftermath!" 5 p. in War Comics, no. 9 (Apr. 1952). -- Call
       no.: PN6728.2.M3W32no.9
    "Aftermath" / by R. M. Gera. p. 69-84 in Heavy Metal, v. 23,
       no. 10 (Nov. 1999). -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.23no.10
    "Aftermath!" / story by Archie Goodwin ; art by Angelo Torres.
       p. 11-16 in Blazing Combat, no. 1 (Oct. 1965). -- "North
       versus South as survivors of a Civil War battle meet." --
       Set in 1863. -- Call no.: PN6728.3.W3B55no.1
    "Aftermath" (Doom Patrol) / Richard Case & Mark McKenna,
       artists ; Grant Morrison, writer ; Daniel Vozzo, colorist ;
       Gaspar Saladino, letterer ; Tom Peyer, editor. 24 p. in
       Doom Patrol, no. 46 (Aug. 1991). -- Data from Gene Reed &
       John Bullough, via Grand Comic-Book Database. -- Call no.:
    Aftermath : The Messiah Saga, book two / by Alan D. Larsen,
       words & pictures. -- Fair Haven, NJ : Pinnacle Comics,
       1986. -- 32 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
       1. Science fiction comic books, strips, etc. I. Larsen,
       Alan D. II. The Messiah Saga, book two. III. Pinnacle
       Comics. Call no.: PN6728.55.P5A4 1986
       The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
       one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
       topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
       "Epilogue! Aftermath!" (Black Panther : Panther's Rage) 17
       p. in Jungle Action, no. 18 (Nov. 1975). -- Call no.:
       "Whose Burns Were Only Minor"* (Crankshaft, Aug. 2, 1997) /
       Batiuk & Ayers. -- Summary: Aftermath of the barbecue. --
       Keywords: Lighter fluid, charcoal, matches, Cleveland
       Indians, sportscasters. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Matches"
    "The Aftermath of an Alien Invasion"* (Mister Boffo, July 2,
       2004) / Joe Martin. -- Summary: The kids have spotted the
       ice cream (flying) saucer dinging outside their window. --
       Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "alien invasions"
    Afternoon Comics. -- Spring Valley, CA : A. Huete, 1988. -- 8
       p. : ill. ; 15 cm.
       1. New wave comics. I. Huete, Alfred. Call no.:
       PN6728.55.H78A4 1988
    Afternoon Comics.
       Claire. -- Spring Valley, CA : Afternoon Comics, 1988- . --
       ill. ; 14 cm. -- By Judy Palomares. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1.
       1. New wave comics. I. Palomares, Judy. II. Afternoon
       Comics. Call no.: PN6728.55.A35C55
    "An Afternoon in Berlin" / by Frank Pauer. p. 30-31 in Inks,
       v. 3, no. 2 (May 1996) -- A brief visit with Oliver
       Harrington in 1995. -- Call no.: PN6700.I45v.3, no.2
    Afternoon TV.
       "Every Wife Find Out on TV Her Husband is Transvestite?"*
       (Tank McNamara, June 12, 1998) / by Millar-Hinds. --
       Summary: Tank's blind date has given the translator the
       night off; she's learning English from afternoon TV. --
       Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "transvestites"
    "An Afternoon With Daniel Boone"* (Stuart Taylor) / art: Jack
       Kamen. 6 p. in Jumbo Comics, no. 104 (Oct. 1947). --
       Appearance of Daniel Boone and Cherokee Indians. -- Data
       from Lou Mougin via The Grand Comics Database Project. --
       Call no.: Film 15791r.99
    "An Afternoon with Tony Millionaire" / Michael Dean. p. 26 in
       The Comics Journal, no. 247 (Oct. 2002). -- (Newswatch :
       The San Diego Comic-Con International from Panel to Panel)
       -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.247


       "Be Prepared for a Dog-Eat-Dog Afternoon" (Horrorscope,
       Sept. 7, 1992) / by Eric Olson and Susan Kelso. -- Summary:
       At a hot dog stand, a dog is stealing a man's afternoon
       snack. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dog eat dog"
       The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
       one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
       topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
       Breakfast After Noon / written and illustrated by Andi
       Watson. -- Portland, OR : Oni Press, 2001. -- 1 v. : ill. ;
       23 cm. -- (Breakfast After Noon ; 1) -- "This collects
       issues 1-6 of the Oni Press comics series Breakfast After
       Noon" -- Summary: In love and engaged to be married, Rob
       and Louise suddenly find themselves unemployed and forced
       to rethink the direction of their lives. -- Call no.:
       PN6727.W335B7 2001
       The Disney Afternoon. -- New York : Marvel Comics, 1994- .
       -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Began with no. 1 (Nov. 1994) --
       Genre: Funny animal. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1, 3-9
       (1994-1995). -- Call no.: PN6728.6.M3D5
       "Enjoy a Refreshing Pause This Afternoon"* (Horrorscope,
       Mar. 21, 1992) / Olson & Kelso. -- Summary: Stop shoveling
       for a minute and a neighbor blows your hat off with a snow
       blower. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "snow blowers"
       "He Caved In on Late-Afternon Soap Opera Breaks"* (Beetle
       Bailey, July 7, 2004) / Greg & Mort Walker. -- Summary:
       General Halftrack has rejected most of Buxley and Blips's
       demands. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "demands"
       "Hey, Guys, I Have an Afternoon Free"* (Sky Girl) / art:
       Matt Baker. 6 p. in Jumbo Comics, no. 93 (Nov. 1946). --
       Data from Lou Mougin via The Grand Comics Database Project.
       -- Call no.: Film 15791r.158
       "I Can't Waste the Afternoon Hunting Lost Balls!"* (Steve
       Roper, June 9, 1962) / by Saunders & Overgard. reproduced
       on p. 102 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm
       (General Publishing Group, 1997). -- Summary: In the woods
       at the golf course, Lopar's caddie/bartender Morrie pulls
       out a gun and points it at Steve. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595
       "I Treed Four Babes in One Afternoon"* (Walnut Cove, Jan.
       4, 1993) / Cullum. -- Summary: Thurman took his uncle's
       Doberman to the park to meet girls. -- Call no.: PN6726
       f.B55 "Dobermans"
       "I'm Usually Free in the Afternoon During the Middle of the
       Week"* (Peanuts, July 24, 1998) / Schulz. -- Summary:
       Snoopy offers to guard Linus's house in return for being
       allowed to share the blanket. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
       "guard dogs"
       "Nobody Ever Shows Up 'Til Afternoon Anyway"* (Blondie,
       June 12, 2001) / by Dean Young and Denis LeBrun. --
       Summary: Blondie's catering a breakfast for the
       Procrastinator's Club this morning, but there's no hurry.
       -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "procrastination"
       Saturday Afternoon. -- Valparaiso, IN : Paradise Valley
       Comics, . -- ill. ; 14 cm. -- New wave style mini-comics.
       -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 5-7 (1996-1997). -- Call no.:
       "Sunday Afternoon" / Brandon Graham in Ersatz Peach / by
       Donna Barr and friends (Seattle, WA : Aeon, 1995). --
       Interpretations of and tributes to Donna Barr's character
       Desert Peach. -- Call no.: PN6727.B3E7 1995
       "Sunday Afternoon" (John Q. Public) 1/2 p. in XYZ Comics /
       by R. Crumb (Milwaukee : Krupp Comic Works, 1972). -- Call
       no.: PN6728.45.K5X9 1972
       "This is my Afternoon for Golf. I'll Have to See You in the
       Morning"* (Bugs Bunny, July 19, 1973) / by Heimdahl &
       Stoffel. -- Summary: Cicero is playing doctor. -- Call no.:
       PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
       "What's a Good Way to Spend a Rainy Afternoon?"* (Stuart
       Taylor) / art: Alex Blum. 5 p. in Jumbo Comics, no. 86
       (Apr. 1946). -- Appearance of Jean LaFitte. -- Data from
       Lou Mougin via The Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call
       no.: Film 15791r.159
       The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
       one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
       topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
       "Haunted by the Scent"* (Cathy, July 30, 1997) / by Cathy
       Guisewite. -- Summary: Irving was playing with Electra, and
       his after-shave is on her, so Electra gets a bath. -- Key
       words: Fumigation, noses, dogs. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55
       "Homes in on the Smell of Aftershave"* (Close to Home, May
       5, 2001) / by John McPherson. -- Summary: The lawnmower has
       a sensor. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lawnmowers"
       "There Goes Living Proof that Cheap Aftershave Causes Brain
       Damage"* (Geech, Oct. 16, 1984) / Bittle. -- Summary: She
       gives out her phone number in a bar, and he leaves to try
       it. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "brain damage"
    "Afterthought" / by J.D. King. p. 76-80 in Blab! no. 1 (Summer
       1986). -- Call no.: PN6700.B52no.1
    Aftertime : Warrior Nun Dei. -- San Antonio, Texas : Antarctic
       Press, 1997. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- To be complete in 3
       nos. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1.
       1. Science fiction comic books, strips, etc. I. Warrior Nun
       Dei : Aftertime. II. Antarctic Press. Call no.:
       PN6728.6.A5A35 1997
    "Afterward Everybody Feeds Their Red Celery to my Guinea Pig"*
       (Frazz, June 14, 2002) / by Jef Mallett. -- Summary: The
       class experiment involves celery and food coloring, and the
       guinea pig looks like he has lipstick on. -- Call no.:
       PN6726 f.B55 "celery"
    "Afterwards" 1 p. in 2. / by S. Clay Wilson (S.F., Cal. :
       Keith Green, 1975). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.G67T9 1975
    "Afterword" / Rick Marschall. p. 63-64 in The Comics Journal,
       no. 119 (Jan. 1988) -- Editorial about political cartoons.
       -- Data from Pete Coogan. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.119
    "Afterword" / by John Workman. insert p. 18 in The Comics
       Journal, no. 199 (Oct. 1997). -- Part of: The Comic Book
       Crises: A Comics Journal Special Report. -- Call no.:
    Afterworld. -- Yellow Springs, Ohio : Dark Star Collectables,
       . -- ill. ; 28 cm. -- Description based on no. 6 (1981) --
       No. 6 by Larry Blake. -- Two different issues bear the no.
       6. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 6-7.
       1. New wave comics. I. Blake, Larry. II. Dark Star
       Collectables. Call no.: PN6728.A33
       "Unseasoned Effort" p. 62 in The Comics Journal, no. 69
       (Dec. 1981). -- Review of Larry Blake's Afterworld, no. 6
       -- Data from Pete Coogan. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.69
    Aftonbladet (newspaper).
       Index entry (p. 261) in A History of Komiks of the
       Philippines and Other Countries, by Cynthia Roxas & Joaquin
       Arevalo Jr. (Islas Filipinas Pub. Co., 1985). -- Call no.:
       PN6790.P47R6 1985
       Brokiga Blad : Sverges först kolorerade veckotidning. --
       Stockholm : Aftonbladet, . -- col. ill. ; 44 cm. --
       Includes comics. -- LIBRARY HAS:
          1920: n:o 23, 46
          1921: n:o 26
          1922: n:o 20, 22, 35, 49
          1927: n:o 35
          1929: n:o 18
          1930: n:o 20, 26, 30
       -- Call no.: oversize AP48.B7
    Afutanun KC.
       Gansumisu Kyattsu / Kenichi Sonoda. -- Tokyo : Kodansha,
       1991-1997. -- ill. ; 19 cm. -- (Afutanun KC) -- Complete in
       8 vols. -- Detective and mystery genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: v.
       1. -- Call no.: PN6790.J33 S6G59 1991
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