Lost in Space #1

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Publisher Innovation
Brand Innovation
Notes spine tics
Condition FN
Series or Volume Number 1
Issue Number 1
Writer/Script Matt Thompson and David Campiti, David Campiti, Bill Mumy
Story Artist Eddy Newell; Mark Jones (illustrators), Mike Okamoto (painting)
Story Inks Mike Okamoto (painting)
Story Colors Scott Rockwell, Mike Okamoto (painting)
Story Letters Vicki Williams, typeset
Cover Colors N/A
Cover Inks N/A
Cover Letters N/A
Cover Artist N/A
Story Characters John, Maureen; Will; Penny; and Judy Robinson; Zachary Smith; Don West and Robot
Synopsis Several years after the events of the TV series, the Robinson family and friends find themselves on a planet of vicious plants. In a 2nd thread, Dr. Smith finds a data crystal that shows him sabotaging the Jupiter 2 at lift off from Earth. Essay about the events leading up to the creation of the 1st "Lost in Space" comic book. Bill Mumy who played Will Robinson in the TV series reminisces about his thoughts about LIS over the years and his efforts to have a movie or comic book created.
Dimensions standard Modern Age US
Print Date August 1991
Reprint? No
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