Mazing Man (1985 series) #01-6 [SET] — Volume 01: Your Neighborhood Hero

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Denton is an odd little man in that he looks like a dog.

He's not a dog.

He is a writer, and his friend is the self appointed protector of the neighborhood.

A three foot harmless little man with a helmet and a cape.

 

 

Collecting issues #1-6. 

 

 

'Mazing Man (1985 series) #1
By Bob Rozakis & Stephen DeStefano / Karl Kesel. 
"Y'know, After a Long, Hard Day..." 
Denton is an odd little man in that he looks like a dog. He's not a dog. He is a writer, and his friend is the self appointed protector of the neighborhood. A three foot harmless little man with a helmet and a cape. While Patrolling the streets we meet some of the other characters in the series. A group of women who hang around the park with their children, they adore Mazing Man and appreciate the help he gives when he comes by.
Featuring The First Appearance of 'Mazing Man
'Mazing Man (1985 series) #2
By Bob Rozakis & Stephen DeStefano / Karl Kesel. 
“Easy Money” 
How does a hero who never had a job get money? Redeeming empty soda cans? Find out this issue!
'Mazing Man (1985 series) #3
By Bob Rozakis & Stephen DeStefano / Karl Kesel. 
“Doing What Married People Do” 
Brenda is mortified when Eddie plays the jackass in front of her boss!
'Mazing Man (1985 series) #4
By Bob Rozakis & Stephen DeStefano / Karl Kesel. 
“The Male Machine” 
Guido gets a new Trans-Am! Ahhhh, life has meaning at last!
'Mazing Man (1985 series) #5
By Bob Rozakis & Stephen DeStefano / Karl Kesel. 
“Writer's Block” 
Denton has writer's block and Maze calls everyone to help him.
'Mazing Man (1985 series) #6
By Bob Rozakis & Stephen DeStefano / Karl Kesel. 
“Take Me Out to the Ball Game” 
It's a perfect day for a game at Shea and a Men's room mugging!