Ambush Bug (1986 mini-series) #1-6 [SET] — Volume 02: Son of Ambush Bug

$20.00

This mini-series from Keith Giffen was a follow up to the popular Ambush Bug and Ambush Bug Special. 

Like the previous Ambush Bug series, this title poked fun at DC Comics and the comic book industry as a whole.

 

 

Collecting the entire 6-issue mini-series. 

 

 

Son of Ambush Bug (1986 mini-series) #1 (of 6)
By Robert Loren Flemming & Keith Giffen / Bob Oskner. 
"How Come You Do Me Like You Do Do Do?" 
The big kickoff to six surprising and hilarious issues! Numero uno: Ambush Bug's struggle to provide for his adopted son Cheeks is thwarted by a cosmic buttinsky!
Son of Ambush Bug (1986 mini-series) #2 (of 6)
By Robert Loren Flemming & Keith Giffen / Bob Oskner. 
"Hell Again Hell Again, Jiggety Jig" 
Ambush Bug goes to the Underwolrd when hit by cab.
Son of Ambush Bug (1986 mini-series) #3 (of 6)
By Robert Loren Flemming & Keith Giffen / Bob Oskner.
"Who Put the 'Pop' in Poppycock?"
Ambush Bug's own uniform turns against him and his socks are revolting!
Son of Ambush Bug (1986 mini-series) #4 (of 6)
By Robert Loren Flemming & Keith Giffen / Bob Oskner.
"Mind-Slaves of the Caption King!"
Special fight scenes issue! Ambush Bug comes face-to-face with the unbelievable Interferer! Grab some popcorn and beware of flying fisticuffs. 
Son of Ambush Bug (1986 mini-series) #5 (of 6)
By Robert Loren Flemming & Keith Giffen / Bob Oskner.
“Witless for the Prosecution" 
Brought to trial, Ambush Bug throws himself on the mercy of the court...and misses! Will the crazy creative duo of Keith Giffen and Robert Loren Fleming ever give up?! Not until you've laughed yourself silly! And what does Two-Face have to do with this issue? What...or who...does he represent? 
Son of Ambush Bug (1986 mini-series) #6 (of 6)
By Robert Loren Flemming & Keith Giffen / Bob Oskner.
“Walking Papers" 
The charge is insanity, the suspect is Ambush Bug, and there's no hope for anybody who reads this final issue of the year's oddest excuse for a mini-series, provided by the decade's oddest excuse for a creative team!