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GI Cat (1990) - #1
Angel Comics Group/Valid Angel Comics


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Cover Date: August 1990
Cover Price: US $ 1.50

Issue Tagline: Catastrophic Prelusive Issue

Format: Black & White; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Synopsis:
This issue begins with an introduction to the GI Cat team beginning with GI Cat himself who is shown on the first page water skiing... on a river. He is later attacked in his home by a "hunter missle" which fails and so begins the hunt for his hunter, (the address is printed on the "bullet"). We are then introduced to a hotshot hockey player, and Freddie the boy-hotdog-thief. All of which meet up at the home of Gideon who tries to explain his motive for luring them to his home, all the while defending himself from a rather ticked off GI Cat. Just as Cat calms down, Gideon is kidnapped by a headless robot.

Notes:
Fairly typical bring-a-superhero-team-together plot with artwork obviously inspired by 70's Marvel artists Joe Sinnott and John Buscema. Print run less than 1000.

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