Death Race 2020

    (Roger Corman’s Cosmic Comics, 1995)
™ and © Concorde-New Horizons Corp.

As chronicled in the 1975 film “Death Race 2000,” the US government once authorized the annual Death Race, a transcontinental automobile race that awarded points to drivers for killing pedestrians. The winner of that race was a government-manufactured über-driver named Frankenstein, who had a change of heart and outlawed the race after he was declared President of the United States. This act made him entirely unpopular, and the nation erupted with urban violence, including a number of illegal Death Races. In order to stem the tide of the brutality, President Frankenstein takes his battle to the streets and begins taking out the aggressors—some of whom were bred in the same government laboratory that produced him.

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#1

  4/1/1995
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Sequel to Corman filmPat Mills, Tony SkinnerKevin O’Neill

#2

  5/1/1995
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 Pat Mills, Tony SkinnerKevin O’Neill

#3

  6/1/1995
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 Pat Mills, Tony SkinnerKevin O’Neill

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  7/1/1995
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 Pat Mills, Tony SkinnerKevin O’Neill

#5

  8/1/1995
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 Pat Mills, Tony SkinnerKevin O’Neill

#6

  9/1/1995
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 Pat Mills, Tony Skinner, Fabio ZimbresTrevor Goring, Fabio Zimbres

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 Pat Mills, Tony SkinnerTrevor Goring

#8

  11/1/1995
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Elvis coverPat Mills, Tony SkinnerTrevor Goring