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Comic Book: Damage Control

What This Book is About:
When superpowered beings clash, who cleans up the mess afterwards? Why, Damage Control! Four-issue miniseries takes a comical look at the people who deal with extreme disaster.

Data Sheet:
Dates
May 1989 to Aug 1989
N/A
1

Characters most frequently found in this comic book:
In order of appearances.

Colossus
Colossus

(Piotr Rasputin)
Doctor Doom
Doctor Doom

(Victor Von Doom)
Doctor Druid
Doctor Druid

(Doctor Droom)
Plus: Alicia Masters, Black Knight (Nathan Garrett), Cypher.
Damage Control #1
Damage Control #1

(May 1989)

Comics Index

Total Indexed Comics: 4

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Damage Control #1
5 stars

Damage Control #1

May 1989
"A Restoration Comedy!"
Script: Dwayne McDuffie
The Avengers (Thor, She-Hulk, Black Knight, plus Spider-Man) are battling a giant robot in downtown New York. The Alternating Bug-Bot (for so it is called) grows to three times its size and swats Thor several streets away, toppling a building. [...]
Damage Control #2
4.5 stars

Damage Control #2

June 1989
"In It Up to Arrears"
Script: Dwayne McDuffie
A simple brownstone in Manhattan's Upper West Side is a secret lab belonging to Doctor Doom; a weapons test goes wrong and the building is transformed into glass. The terrified scientists contact Damage Control; Robin Chapel takes over the case. [...]
Damage Control #3
4 stars

Damage Control #3

July 1989
"The Big Hype"
Script: Dwayne McDuffie
A TV commercial for Damage Control starring Hulk and the Silver Surfer is dismissed as boring by marketing head Henry Ackerdson so Mrs Hoag gives him approval for his alternate program.... [...]
Damage Control #4
4 stars

Damage Control #4

August 1989
"eXcessive Farce"
Script: Dwayne McDuffie
During the Inferno event (X-MEN #240-243) the X-Mansion was destroyed. Soon after a pair of mechanical tentacles rose from the rubble.... The police note a rash of thefts of building materials, usually weighing in the tons; baffled, they call Damage Control.... [...]