“Goodbye, Blue Sky”
Written by James D. Hudnall
Pencils by John Calimee
Inks by Val Mayerik
Letters by Phil Felix
Colors by Max Scheele
Edits by Carl Potts
Chiefing by Tom DeFalco
Cover Price: $1.50 USD / $2 CAN / 50p UK
Release Date: August 2, 1988
The [controversial statement alert:] sorta-kinda underrated third-third of Strikeforce: Morituri rolls on… with another solid issue chock full of intrigue, aliens, and of course… death.
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Remember that beacon that Dr. Tuolema set off in the very last pages of the Gillis and Anderson run? Did you think our new creative team was just going to let that fall by the wayside? Well… so did we. Thankfully, that wasn’t the case… and here is where those chickens will start coming home to roost!
Strikeforce: Morituri #24 is another solid issue of the post-G&A run… and we hope you’ll decide to give it a try (or, a retrial, as it were). We’ve got new aliens, new recruits, and a new direction… that doesn’t outright contradict the old one. All that, and the (brief) return of… Will DeGuchi! What more could we ask for… well, besides Gillis and Anderson, of course.
Also: Discussions of ninjas, Airwolf, Jacko, bubble gum and a whole lot more!
Your December, 1988 Strikeforce: Morituri Roster – Scatterbrain (?), Brava, Shear, Scanner, Revenge
Alumni – Snapdragon (#4), Vyking (#6), Marathon (#12), Adept (#13), Wildcard (#13), Radian (#15), Scaredycat (#19), Blackthorn (#20), Toxyn (#21), Backhand (#22), Hardcase (#23), Silencer (#23)