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Seller: inkismylife (1,878) 100%, Location: Lebanon, Pennsylvania, Ships to: US, Item: 232335720198 Demonic Toys Comics Lot Writer: Doug Campbell Artist: J.H. Williams III Inkers: Larry Welch & Dave Lanphear Letterer: Dave Lanphear Colorist: Joseph Allen Editor: Dan Danko All Covers by: Jeff Remmer Demonic Toys: Play At Your Own Risk! is a limited comic book series published by Eternity Comics in 1994. The comics take place 8 years after the original The Demonic Toys have drastically changed in appearance; the toy that has changed the most is Jack Attack who now has arms. The Toy Soldier is also aligned with the demonic toys. It takes place eight years after the first film, following the toys as they try to revive their master. Story/Spoilers: From issue # 1, Eternity Comics proudly presents the world premiere of Demonic Toys. Fool Moon Entertainment gave you the chilling motion picture; now we're going to hit you with the equally twisted and demented graphic comic book of the same name. Here's the setup: eight years have passed since undercover police detective Judith Gray survived that hellish night in the toy warehouse (chronicled, of course , in the Full Moon film). And now... on the exact same sight where the impossible happened... where a demon-child known only as "The Kid" attempted a mortal birth... where the toys came to life and killed a bunch of really cool people... ... the impossible is about to happen again. Welcome to Demonic Toys. And if you've still got that stuffed bear under your bed... don't turn your back on it. From issue # 2, In our last issue... Eight years ago, undercover police detective Judith Gray chased a killer inside a toy warehouse and got more than she bargained for: she found herself in a life and death battle against a group of bloodthirsty, Demonic Toys, possessed by a demon-child known only as The Kid. In present day, the Arcadia Toy Company, headed by president Jack Morton and his assistant Mrs. Horse, demolishes the warehouse and on the same site erects a brand-new, super high-tech skyscraper. Little do they know that something evil is waiting for them... Meanwhile. our hero, Eddie Freeman, 18, learns that his girlfriend, Daphne Dunlop, 18, is pregnant with his child. He decides to marry Daphne, and she's ecstatic. That night, as Jack Morton unveils the new skyscraper, Mrs. Horse secretly hires two thugs, Snap and Ronzoni, to do some dirty work for the company. The next day, Jack Morton is jogging in the park when he meets Baby Oopsy Daisy, who shoots and kills him; The Kid "inhabits" Morton's body and begins dictating policy for the largest toy manufacturer in the world. Meanwhile, Judith Gray's son Matthew, 8, subconscious is triggered. He recognizes something familiar... something evil. Inside the building, Daphne, an employee of Arcadia Toys, bumps into Jack Morton/The Kid. He senses Daphne's pregnancy and decides to have her for his own. As she begins to leave the building, the doors suddenly lock automatically. The Teddy Bear thrashes and kills the Security Guard. She is trapped! Next, from in issue # 3, In our last issue... Eddie is helpless as Teddy Bear drags the beautiful and pregnant Daphne upstairs to meet The Kid - a demon child inhabiting the body of Arcadia Toy's President, Jack Morton. With Jack-in-the-Box, Toy Robot and Baby Oopsy Daisy on a killing spree. Eddie races against time to reach the penthouse floor and rescue his girlfriend... Along the way, he bumps into two thugs, Snap and Ronzoni, who are rigging the building with a series of firebombs. Meanwhile, Mathew Gray, 8 year old son of Judith Gray, the woman who first battled the toys eight years ago - is tormented by the image of Jack Morton/The Kid. Something in his subconscious tells him that Jack/Kid is a "bad little boy". This is "WAR." Matthew steals his mother's service revolver and heads toward the Arcadia Toys Skyscraper. At the close of last issue, Daphne escaped the clutches of the Teddy Bear and ran to what she thought was safety: the office of Jack Morton! Finally from issue # 4, In our last issue... A demon-child known only as The Kid inhabits the dying body of Arcadia Toys' President, Jack Morton III. The Kid is hell-bent on finding and invading a fresh body, and he's got his eye on the unborn fetus of the beautiful and heroic Daphne Dunlop. Using his team of Demonic Toys to pin Daphne to the floor of Arcadia Toys' penthouse office, Jack/The Kid is just about to do the nasty when Daphne's fiancé Eddie Freeman barges in and rescues his bride-to-be. Meanwhile, arsonist and mental midget Ronzoni has rigged the Arcadia Toys skyscraper to explode with firebombs, and Eddie and Daphne have less than 40 minutes to flee the building. Unbeknownst to them all, a little boy named Matthew Gray is being ruled by his subconscious. Armed with his mother's police revolver, he is on a strange deadly mission of his own (his mother, Judith Gray, was terrorized by The Kid only eight years earlier). At the close of last issue, Matthew is captured by a pink elephant that had transformed into a prehistoric mastodon; meanwhile, upstairs in the posh Employee Game Room, Eddie, Daphne and Ronzoni are pinned down by Baby Oopsy Daisy, Teddy Bear, Toy Robot, Jack in the Box, and Toy Soldier. Featuring amazing Demonic Toys art on all the covers by Jeff Remmer. Awesome!!! (see the scans) Comics lot contains: Demonic Toys (1992) Issues #1-4. (Eternity Comics / Full Moon Entertainment) Comics are bagged & boarded and will be carefully / securely packaged then shipped via USPS Priority Mail to insure that it arrives to you perfectly and quickly. First Printing Publication Date: 1992 Format per comic: FC, 32 pages, Comic, 10.25" x 6.5" ISBN: None Stated Collectible Entertainment note: Comics 1,2,3,4 are in Fine condition. Nice Set!! Please See Scans!!! A must have for any serious Demonic Toys collector / enthusiast. A fun & entertaining read! I only ship Saturdays.

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