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The Fury of Firestorm No. 24
June 1984
Cover: Blue Devil vs. Trickster //Paris Cullens (signed)
Story: [untitled] (13 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Paris Cullens
Inker: Pablo Marcos
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Bob LeRose
Feature Character: Blue Devil (Dan Cassidy; first appearance and origin; next appears in BLUE DEVIL #1)
Supporting Characters: Gopher (Edward Bloomberg), Marla Bloom, Sharon Scott (first appearance for all; all next appear in BLUE DEVIL #1), Wayne Tarrant (first appearance; last chronological appearance in flashback in BLUE DEVIL #10; next appears in BLUE DEVIL #1)
Intro: Fred Klein (only appearance)
Villain: Trickster (last appearance in THE FLASH #325; next appears in BLUE DEVIL #6)
Synopsis: The Trickster tries to steal a super-powered stuntman’s suit, but Dan Cassidy uses the suit to fight him as the Blue Devil.

Blue Devil No. 1
June 1984
Cover: Blue Devil, Nebiros (in silhouette), Blue Devil armor, Dan Cassidy(twice) and Sharon; vignettes of Wayne Tarrant, Norm Paxton, Gopher, Sharon, Marla Bloom //Paris Cullins / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: “How to Trap a Devil” (24 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Paris Cullins
Inker: Pablo Marcos
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Bob Ziuko
Feature Character: Blue Devil (last appearance in FURY OF FIRESTORM #24)
Supporting Characters: Gopher, Marla Bloom, Wayne Tarrant, Sharon Scott (last appearance for all in FURY OF FIRESTORM #24), Norm Paxton (first appearance)
Villain: Nebiros (first appearance; next appears in issue #4)
Comment: Dan Cassidy is sealed within the Blue Devil armor by Nebiros’s blast in this story.
Synopsis: Sharon inadvertently frees the demon Nebiros, and Blue Devil must save her from it.

Blue Devil No. 2
July 1984
Cover: Blue Devil vs. Shockwave //Paris Cullins (signed)
Story: “Get Me Outta Here!” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Paris Cullins
Inker: Gary Martin
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
Supporting Characters: Marla Bloom, Gopher, Sharon Scott, Norm Paxton, Wayne Tarrant, Dr. Jenet Klyburn, Jock Verner (first appearance)
Intro: Harold, Louise, Jerry, Arnie, Sammy, Dr. Duprey (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearance: Nebiros
Villains: Shockwave, Metallo’s gang (first appearance for all), a gang of muggers (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Blue Devil must go into action again, against a rampaging villain named Shockwave.

Blue Devil No. 3
August 1984
Cover: Metallo and a fallen Blue Devil //Paris Cullins (signed)
Story: “Heart of Stone” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Paris Cullins
Inker: Gary Martin
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil (origin retold in flashback)
GS: Superman (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #74)
Supporting Characters: Dr. Jenet Klyburn, Marla Bloom, Jock Verner, Norm Paxton, Sharon Scott
Intro: Sam, Glenn
Cameo appearance: Nebiros
Villains: Metallo II (last appearance in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #270; next appears in SUPERMAN #418) and his gang (including Henry P. “Smitty” Smithers and Rojek, who both next appear in issue #12, and Caputo and others, who make their last appearance in this story), Shockwave (next appears in issue #12)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Metallo raids STAR laboratories for a super-potent form of Kryptonite to use against Superman, and thinks he has eliminated Blue Devil, but finds himself in error.

Blue Devil No. 4
September 1984
Cover: Blue Devil, Zatanna, and Nebiros //Paris Cullens (signed)
Story: “The Sorceress’s Apprentice” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Paris Cullins
Inker: Gary Martin
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
GS: Superman (next appears in SUPERMAN #400), Zatanna, Elongated Man (last appearance for both in SUPERGIRL #20)
Supporting Characters: Sharon Scott, Marla Bloom, Norm Paxton
Villain: Nebiros (last appearance in issue #1)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Zatanna sends Blue Devil into Nebiros’s dimension in hopes of getting the demon to separate Dan Cassidy from his suit.  Instead, Nebiros crosses into Earth’s dimension.

Blue Devil No. 5
October 1984
Cover: Blue Devil, Zatanna, and Mexican army vs. Nebiros and his demons //Paris Cullens (signed)
Story: “Viva Nebiros!” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Paris Cullins
Inker: Gary Martin
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
GS: Zatanna, Elongated Man (both next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #228)
GA: Monitor (last appearance in TALES OF THE TEEN TITANS #47; next appears in FURY OF FIRESTORM #28), Lyla (last appearance in THE FLASH #339; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #232)
Supporting Characters: Norm Paxton, Marla Bloom, Jock Verner, Gopher
Intro: Gen. Ruiz, Mel (only appearance for both)
Villain: Nebiros (next appears in BLUE DEVIL ANNUAL #1)
Synopsis: Zatanna and Blue Devil battle Nebiros to keep the demon from attacking Mexico.

Blue Devil No. 6
November 1984
Cover: Blue Devil, Norm Paxton, Jorj, Lehni, guard, Bert, and Smitty in Vegas casino //Paris Cullens
Story: “Night on the Town” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Paris Cullens
Inker: Ernie Colon
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
GS: James Jesse (the Trickster; last appearance in FURY OF FIRESTORM #24)
Supporting Characters: Norm Paxton, Marla Bloom, Jock Verner, Wayne Tarrant, Gopher, Sharon Scott
Intro: Jorj, Lehni (both next appear in issue #22)
Villains: Bert, Smitty, and their gang, Maldorian robot police (first and only appearance for all), Bolt (first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in part in next issue.
Synopsis: In Las Vegas, Blue Devil meets with a pair of alien fugitives, some robot police, and a garden-variety band of crooks out to pull a heist.

Blue Devil No. 7
December 1984
Cover: Sharon Scott, Blue Devil, Bolt, and Trickster //Paris Cullens (signed)
Story: “Just Another Day In L. A.” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Artist: Gil Kane
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
GS: Trickster
Supporting Characters: Wayne Tarrant, Marla Bloom, Gopher, Sharon Scott
Intro: Gina
Villains: Butler, Slade, Colfax, and their gang, the Skyriders (first appearance for all), Bolt
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Blue Devil’s first date with Sharon Scott is interrupted by the Trickster, whom he has to save from the super-assassin Bolt.

Blue Devil No. 8
January 1985
Cover: Trickster vs. Blue Devil and Sharon Scott on top of cable car //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Trick Trap” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Keith Giffen
Inker: Gary Martin
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
GS: Trickster
GA: Spike (from SUGAR AND SPIKE)
Supporting Characters: Sharon Scott, Wayne Tarrant, Gopher
Other Character: Gina
Intro: Waldo, Ms. Mallory, Chairman Ruggles (only appearance for all), Annie
Villains: Bolt, Prof. Neemish (first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Blue Devil tries to keep the Trickster alive on a cross-country drive while trying to stop him from pulling off another robbery.

Blue Devil No. 9
February 1985
Cover: Trickster, Blue Devil, Bolt, Sharon Scott, and bystanders //Paris Cullens (signed)
Story: “Shoe, Fly–Don’t Bother Me” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Ernie Colon
Inker: Gary Martin
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
GS: Trickster (next appears in THE FLASH #338)
Supporting Characters: Sharon Scott, Gopher, Wayne Tarrant
Intro: Institute for Hypernormal Conflict Studies (IHCS; S. W. Kirschtorte, Elvira Coddleston, and Irving Bleinseid; full names revealed in issue #16)
Villains: Bolt (next appears in FURY OF FIRESTORM #45), Dr. Neemish, Beeker and another professor (first appearance for last two)
Comment: Neemish and Beeker reveal that they hired their hirelings from the Monitor in this story.
Synopsis: Blue Devil learns from Trickster what the villains’ master plan is: to break California away from the continental United States by levitating it on a fifty-foot replica of the Trickster’s shoe.

Blue Devil No. 10
March 1985
Cover: Blue Devil and Wayne Tarrant vs. the Furies //Paris Cullens / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Hell Hath No Furies” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Michael Chen
Inker: Gary Martin
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
GS: Wonder Woman (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #565; next appears in WONDER WOMAN #323)
Supporting Characters: Wayne Tarrant (also appears in flashback, his earliest chronological appearance, preceding his introduction in FURY OF FIRESTORM #24), Sharon Scott, Marla Bloom, Norm Paxton, Jock Verner, Etta Candy (between WONDER WOMAN #322 / 323), Athena (between WONDER WOMAN #308 / 328), Megan O’Dell (first appearance)
Other Characters: Gina, Annie (last appearance for both), IHCS
Intro: A third girl (becomes the host of a Fury), Klein, Bruce (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Furies (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: When Wayne Tarrant makes a singing appearance wearing the robes of Theseus, the goddess Athena takes umbrage and transformed three girls he had used and abandoned into the Furies, from which Blue Devil has to rescue him.

Blue Devil No. 11
April 1985
Cover: Blue Devil and fantasy beings (including Sharon Scott) //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “70mm Dreams” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writer: Todd Klein
Penciller: Tod Smith
Inker: Mike Gustovich
Letterer: Littleworks
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
Supporting Characters: Norm Paxton, Marla Bloom, Jock Verner, Gopher, Wayne Tarrant, Sharon Scott
Intro: H. P. Wally, Eddie (only appearance for both)
Synopsis: On a movie set, Blue Devil is stricken with an illness that causes him to hallucinate that the people around him are super-villains.

Blue Devil No. 12
May 1985
Cover: Blue Devil, Demon’s shadow, and posters of Wayne Tarrant, Blue Devil, Nebiros, Norm Paxton, Marla Bloom, Gopher, and Sharon Scott //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “He’s No Super-Hero” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Gary Martin
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
GS: The Demon (last appearance in SWAMP THING ANNUAL #2)
Supporting Characters: Sharon Scott, Gopher, Marla Bloom, Jock Verner, Megan O’Dell, Norm Paxton, Olivia Paxton (first appearance)
Intro: Lou Hansen (only appearance)
Villains: Shockwave (last appearance in issue #3), Smitty Smithers, Rojek (last appearance for both in issue #3), a demonic entity, Van Vanucci (first appearance for both)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: At a movie premiere, Shockwave takes on the Blue Devil, who, during the battle, becomes possessed by a demonic entity.

Blue Devil No. 13
June 1985
Cover: Blue Devil (possessed), Green Lantern (John Stewart), and Zatanna; Demon vignette //Paris Cullens / Gary Martin
Story: “Hooray For Hollywood” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Gary Martin
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
GS: The Demon (next appears in BLUE DEVIL ANNUAL #1), Zatanna (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #239 / 241), Green Lantern (John Stewart; between GREEN LANTERN #189 / 190)
GA: Vibe (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #239 / 241)
Supporting Characters: Jock Verner, Megan O’Dell, Wayne Tarrant, Marla Bloom, Norm Paxton, Olivia Paxton, Sharon Scott, Gopher, Tawny Young (between GREEN LANTERN #188 / 190)
Other Character: Bruce
Intro: Elvira (only appearance)
Villains: Shockwave, Smitty Smithers, Rojek (last two next appear in issue #16), the demonic entity (last appearance), Van Vanucci
Synopsis: Blue Devil is possessed by the mystic forces within his trident, and Green Lantern and Zatanna have to stop him from destroying Los Angeles, while the Demon hitches a ride to meet him on a cross-country bus.

Blue Devil No. 14
July 1985
Cover: Blue Devil and Kid Devil jumping through hoop //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Too Many Devils” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Rick Magyar
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Shelley Eiber
Feature Character: Blue Devil
Intro: Kid Devil (Edward “Gopher” Bloomberg), Frank (only appearance)
Supporting Characters: Robert Alvin (Bob) Bloomberg, Sylvia Bloomberg (Gopher’s parents; first appearance for both), Marla Bloom, Sharon Scott, Megan O’Dell
Villains: The Vanquisher (Van Vanucci; first appearance in costume), James Jesse (the Trickster; last appearance in THE FLASH #350), a gang of hijackers (first and only appearance)
Comments: Story continues in next issue.
 The Vanquisher of a parallel Earth (in which Omac and Kamandi exist) appeared in WARLORD #42-43.
Synopsis: Just as Gopher appears in a “Kid Devil” suit he has built from adapting Dan Cassidy’s suit specs, the plane in which his parents are flying is hijacked, and he joins the Blue Devil to save them.

Blue Devil No. 15
August 1985
Cover: Blue Devil, Vanquisher, King Kong robot, and biplane on Empire State Building //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Verner’s Vanquisher” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Rick Magyar
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
GS: Kid Devil
Supporting Characters: Megan O’Dell, Marla Bloom, Wayne Tarrant, Bob Bloomberg, Sylvia Bloomberg, Jock Verner
Intro: Henry, Emma (only appearance for both), Felix, Lionel Gribber
Other Characters: IHCS
Villain: The Vanquisher
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Blue Devil must compete with the Vanquisher, a new superhero expressly commissioner by Jock Verner.

Blue Devil No. 16
September 1985
Cover: Marla Bloom trying to separate Blue Devil and Vanquisher //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Damsel in Distress” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Rick Magyar
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil (next appears in BLUE DEVIL ANNUAL #1)
GS: Kid Devil
Supporting Characters: Marla Bloom, Jock Verner, Bob Bloomberg, Sylvia Bloomberg, Sharon Scott
Intro: Edith (only appearance)
Other Characters: IHCS, Felix, Lionel Gribber (both next appear in issue #20)
Cameo appearance: Errol Flynn (in Captain Blood)
Villains: The Vanquisher (last appearance), Smitty Smithers, Rojek (both between issues #12 / 27), Blackjack McCullough (first appearance)
Synopsis: Blue Devil and Marla almost get the demented Vanquisher under control, until Kid Devil shows up to complicate matters.

Blue Devil Annual No. 1
1985
Cover: Creeper, Blue Devil, Black Orchid, Madame Xanadu, Phantom Stranger, Demon, and Man-Bat chasing little Nebiros //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin
Story: “The Day All Hell Broke Loose” (35 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Paris Cullins
Inkers: Gary Martin, Collins
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Shelley Eiber
Feature Character: Blue Devil (between BLUE DEVIL #16 / 17)
GS: Man-Bat (last appearance in BATMAN #361; last appearance), Creeper (last appearance in THE FLASH #323; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Madame Xanadu (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #65; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #12), Phantom Stranger (last appearance in FURY OF FIRESTORM #32; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Demon (last appearance in BLUE DEVIL #13; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #11), Black Orchid (last appearance in PHANTOM STRANGER #41; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5)
Supporting Characters: Marla Bloom (between BLUE DEVIL #16 / 17), Wayne Tarrant (between BLUE DEVIL #15 / 17)
Intro: Mike (only appearance)
Villains: Felix Faust (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #220; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Nebiros (last appearance in BLUE DEVIL #5; last appearance)
Comments: This story takes place between BLUE DEVIL #16 / 17.
 Two conflicting origins are given for the Black Orchid in this story, and neither of them is probably true.
 This issue also contains pinups and a Blue Devil board game.
Synopsis: Felix Faust unleashes a horde of tiny demons, and the Blue Devil must join with six other strange heroes to corral them.

Blue Devil No. 17
October 1985
Cover: Blue Devil, Marla Bloom, Sharon Scott, Norm Paxton, Gopher, Bob and Sylvia Bloomberg, and water-imps //Paris Cullins?
Story: “Fish Out of Water” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Rick Magyar
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil (last appearance in BLUE DEVIL ANNUAL #1; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #8) [What about CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS # 4, 5, 10, 12?]
GA: Green Lantern (John Stewart; between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / 8)
Supporting Characters: Dr. Jenet Klyburn, Sharon Scott, Norm Paxton, Gopher, Marla Bloom, Wayne Tarrant
Intro: Feldheimer, Lloyd Gutterman, Tiffany, Tanya, Milo (only appearance for all)
Villains: Blackjack McCullough (next appears in issue #20), the Fisherman (last appearance in AQUAMAN #59; last appearance) and his gang (including Pollack, Calamara, and Monk; first and only appearance for all)
Comment: This story is a Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover.
 Story continues in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #8, in which Blue Devil is drawn into an adventure with the Omega Men.
Synopsis: During the Crisis on Infinite Earths, the Fisherman tries to loot the wealthy attendees of an L.A. beach party, but is foiled by the Blue Devil.

Blue Devil No. 18
November 1985
Cover: Blue Devil, Doc, Shlagen, Zirral, Rynoc, and parallel-Earth Dan Cassidy and Norm Paxton //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “The Last Parallel World Story” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Rick Magyar
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #8)
GS: Doc, Shlagen, Zirral, Rynoc (the Omega Men; last appearance for all in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #8; all next appear in OMEGA MEN #33)
Cameo appearances: Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd (in flashback), Jock Verner of a parallel Earth (first and only appearance)
Intro: Dan Cassidy, Gopher, Marla Bloom, Sharon Scott, and Norm Paxton of a parallel Earth (only appearance for all)
Comment: Story continues from CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #8.
Synopsis: In space, Blue Devil and the Omega Men meet with the Dan Cassidy and his friends of a parallel world, in which space travel was pioneered much earlier than on Earth-One.  But, since their universe is being destroyed by the Crisis, the parallel-people begin to fade away, and Blue Devil must find a way to rescue them.

Blue Devil No. 19
December 1985
Cover: Kid Devil reading Kid Devil Comics; Robin vignette //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Ice Cream, You Scream” (8 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Rick Magyar
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Kid Devil
Supporting Characters: IHCS (including Prof. Coddleston)
GS: Trickster (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9)
Villain: Captain Cold (between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / 9)
Synopsis: Captain Cold, scheduled to be a guest lecturer at the Institute of Hypernormal Conflict Studies, is conned by the Trickster into becoming a thief again, and runs afoul of Kid Devil.

Story: “In the Multiverse” (1 page)
 Part 2: “Still in the Multiverse” (1 page)
 Part 3: “Multiverse Than Ever” (1 page)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Rick Magyar
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil (next chronological appearance in flashback in issue #31)
Supporting Characters: Jock Verner, Gopher, Sharon Scott (next chronological appearance in flashback in issue #31), Marla Bloom, Norm Paxton
Villains: Jock Verner, Van, Sharon Scott, and Gopher of an alternate Earth-X, Jackie Verner (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story Blue Devil meets Lucifer, as shown in flashback in issue #31.
Synopsis: Blue Devil warps into alternate Earths on his way back to Earth-One.

Story: “Guest Star” (7 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Rick Magyar
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Kid Devil
Supporting Characters: Wayne Tarrant, Jock Verner
Intro: Lizzy, Nicky, Lillian Lance, Hale Horton, Little Nicky-Nicky, Giancarlo Mazetti (only appearance for all)
Synopsis: At a sitcom reunion, a cast member gets hold of Kid Devil’s equipment and raises havoc.

Story: “Dear Pen-Pal” (4 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Rick Magyar
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Kid Devil
GS: Robin II (between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / 9)
Supporting Character: Alfred Pennyworth (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in WORLD’S FINEST COMICS #323)
Cameo appearances: Thomas and Martha Wayne (in a painting)
Villain: Red-Eye (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Robin teams up with Kid Devil to bring in Red-Eye, the Weekend Bandit.

Blue Devil No. 20
January 1986
Cover: Blue Devil, Cain, Abel, and Blackjack McCullogh’s boot //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Old Haunts” (22 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Rick Magyar
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil (last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #31)
GS: Kid Devil, Cain (last appearance in SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING #33), Abel (last appearance in SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING #33; next appears in SWAMP THING (2nd series) #50)
Supporting Characters: Sharon Scott (last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #31), Marla Bloom, Norm Paxton
Other Characters: Felix, Lionel Gribber (last appearance for both in issue #16; last appearance for both)
Intro: Mrs. DaCosta, Katie, Adam (only appearance for all)
Villains: Blackjack McCullough (last appearance in issue #17; dies in this story), the Hairy Devourer (first appearance)
Comment: Story takes place on October 31, 1985.
Synopsis: A dead rock star comes back for a last concert, at which he intends to have a Hairy Devourer feast on Sharon Scott’s soul and thus replace his lost one.  But the Blue Devil intervenes.

Blue Devil No. 21
February 1986
Cover: Blue Devil and Sharon Scott vs. the Roadmaster //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Roadmaster” (22 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Rick Magyar
Letterer: Pat Brosseau
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
GS: James Jesse (the Trickster; last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9; next appears in issue #30), Cain
Supporting Characters: Sharon Scott, Wayne Tarrant, Norm Paxton, Marla Bloom, Gopher, the Hairy Devourer (no longer a villain), Jack Edison (last appearance in UNTOLD LEGEND OF THE BATMAN #3)
Other Character: Bob Hope of Earth-One (last appearance in SUPERMAN’S GIRL FRIEND, LOIS LANE #45)
Villain: Roadmaster (Buck LeSabre; first and only appearance)
Synopsis: The Blue Devil, looking for a new car, runs into a new, motorized menace, the Roadmaster.

Blue Devil No. 22
March 1986
Cover: Blue Devil (three vignettes) and a slot machine //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Bounty Hunter” (22 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: Albert DeGuzman
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil (next appears in FURY OF FIRESTORM #46)
Supporting Characters: Wayne Tarrant (next appears in FURY OF FIRESTORM #46), Sharon Scott
Intro: Andy Cantata (Ehndi Kenttohta) and his mother, Bambi, Babette, Chrissy, Cassie, Martha, Bruno (only appearance for all), Mary Frances Cassidy
Other Characters: Jorj, Lehni (last appearance for both in issue #6; last appearance for both)
Villain: The Bounty Hunter (first and only appearance)
Comment: Story continues in part in FURY OF FIRESTORM #46, in which Blue Devil and Firestorm fight Multiplex, Bolt, Mindboggler, Slipknot, and Hyena.
Synopsis: In Las Vegas, Blue Devil and Wayne encounter an interstellar bounty hunter out to claim his quarry–a famous singer who owns a casino.

Blue Devil No. 23
April 1986
Cover: Blue Devil, Firestorm, and Bolt //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Caught in the Firestorm” (22 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: Albert DeGuzman
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil (between FURY OF FIRESTORM #46 / 47)
Supporting Characters: Wayne Tarrant (between FURY OF FIRESTORM #46 / 47), Marla Bloom, Sharon Scott, Norm Paxton, Jock Verner
Other Character: Mary Frances Cassidy
Intro: Margaret Maeve Cassidy (Mary Frances Cassidy’s grandmother; next appears in issue #25)
Villains: Multiplex, Bolt, Mindboggler, Slipknot, Hyena (all between FURY OF FIRESTORM #46 / 47), McKay and his partner (only appearance for both)
Comment: Story continues between FURY OF FIRESTORM #46 / 47.
Synopsis: Blue Devil and Firestorm are duped by Bolt and his cronies into fighting each other.

Blue Devil No. 24
May 1986
Cover: Blue Devil and Norm Paxton vs. Toyman and Blue Devil toys //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Terror Is the Toyman, or, Toys Will Be Toys” (22 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: Albert DeGuzman
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil (last appearance in FURY OF FIRESTORM #47)
Supporting Characters: Wayne Tarrant (last appearance in FURY OF FIRESTORM #47), Jock Verner, Marla Bloom, Mary Frances Cassidy
Intro: Sam, Teri (only appearance for both)
Cameo appearances: Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Flash, Wonder Woman, Hawkman (as toys)
Villains: The Toyman (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #561; last appearance), Herbert H. Harmon (first appearance), Archie, the Master Matrix (first and only appearance for both)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Blue Devil has to keep the Toyman from murdering H. H. Harmon, who has bought the rights to all the Toyman’s toys.

Blue Devil No. 25
June 1986
Cover: Leprechaun and Blue Devil in four-leaf clovers //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin
Story: “Happy St. Patty’s Day” (22 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: Albert DeGuzman
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
Supporting Characters: Mary Frances Cassidy, Wayne Tarrant, Jimmy Olsen (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #579; next appears in SUPERMAN #421), Valerie (first and only appearance), Margaret Maeve Cassidy (last appearance in issue #23), Marla Bloom, Jock Verner, Norm Paxton, Seamus Cassidy (first appearance)
Villains: The Faerie Liberation Front, Padraic and his partner, Milo Benshek (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: This story reveals that Blue Devil is part faerie.
Synopsis: On St. Patrick’s Day, the Blue Devil must battle a band of terrorist leprechauns.

Blue Devil No. 26
July 1986
Cover: Blue Devil vs. Green Gargoyle //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Spring Training” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writer: Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: Albert DeGuzman
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
GS: Cain (next appears in SWAMP THING (2nd series) #50)
Intro: Gregory (a gargoyle)
Supporting Characters: Mary Frances Cassidy, Seamus Cassidy, Margaret Maeve Cassidy, Sharon Scott
Intro: Brandsetter, McMahon (only appearance for both)
Villains: The Green Gargoyle I (Biff Hogan; first appearance; dies in this story), the Green Gargoyle II (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: A fired big-league baseball pitcher becomes a super-villain called the Green Gargoyle, and fights Blue Devil at a ball game.

Blue Devil No. 27
August 1986
Cover: Blue Devil, Godfrey Goose, and other cartoon characters //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Wild Goose Chase” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil (next appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #96)
Supporting Characters: Norm Paxton, Marla Bloom, Jock Verner
Intro: Godfrey Goose (Harvey Verner; first and only appearance)
Villains: Smitty, Rojek (last appearance for both in issue #17; last appearance for both) and their gang (first and only appearance)
Comment: Shortly after this story Blue Devil helps Superman battle Terra-Man in DC COMICS PRESENTS #96.
Synopsis: Smitty and Rojek hijack an animation awards ceremony while Blue Devil fights a cartoon character.

Blue Devil No. 28
September 1986
Cover: Blue Devil and Sharon Scott in a hot-air balloon, Balloon Lad, and Bryan Buck vignette //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “The Moon’s a Balloon” (23 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #96)
Supporting Characters: Sharon Scott, Dr. Jenet Klyburn
Intro: Woodrow, Bryan Buck of Earth-One (only appearance for both)
Villain: Balloon Lad (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Blue Devil contends with a character who can inflate himself and who wants to liberate balloons.

Blue Devil No. 29
October 1986
Cover: Blue Devil and Cain in strange vehicle //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Pest Control” (23 pages)
Editor: Dan Mishkin
Writer: Alan Gold
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
GS: Cain, Abel (last appearance for both in SWAMP THING (2nd series) #50)
Supporting Characters: Gopher, IHCS (E. W. Kirschtorte, Elvira Coddleston, and Irving Bleinseid)
Villains: Assorted imps (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: The House of Weirdness has an allergic reaction to Blue Devil, and starts producing imps.

Blue Devil No. 30
November 1986
Cover: Blue Devil vs. Grodd; vignettes of Captain Boomerang, Captain Cold, Pied Piper, Trickster, Golden Glider, and Heat Wave //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Too Many Rogues” (38 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin
Penciller: Alan Kupperberg
Inkers: Kurt Schaffenberger, Mike Machlan
Letterer: Bob Lappan
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil
GS: Cain (last appearance; New Earth Cain first appears in SANDMAN #2), Kid Devil, Weather Wizard (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9; last appearance), Heat Wave (last appearance in THE FLASH #317; last appearance), Trickster (last appearance in issue #30; last appearance)
Supporting Characters: Sharon Scott, Marla Bloom, Norm Paxton, Jock Verner, IHCS (last appearance), Solovar (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #11; last appearance)
Intro: Jacques, Gaston (only appearance for both)
Cameo appearances: The Flash, Mirror Master, the Top
Villains: Gorilla Grodd, Golden Glider, Pied Piper (last appearance for all in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9; last appearance for all), Captain Cold (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #10; last appearance), Captain Boomerang (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; last appearance)
Synopsis: The Flash’s Rogue’s Gallery comes to L. A. to bedevil the Blue Devil, while Sharon Scott finds herself in pursuit of Gorilla Grodd.

Blue Devil No. 31
December 1986
Cover: Lucifer vs. Norm Paxton, Blue Devil, and Sharon Scott //Paris Cullins / Gary Martin (signed)
Story: “Hell’s Angel” (part 1; 10 pages)
 Part 2: “Lucifer, the Fallen Angel” (28 pages)
Editor: Alan Gold
Writers: Dan Mishkin, Gary Cohn (pgs. 1-10, 29-38), Bob Rozakis (pgs. 11-28)
Pencillers: Alan Kupperberg (pgs. 1-10, 29-38), Bob Orzechowski (pgs. 11-28)
Inkers: Bill Collins (pgs. 1-10, 29-38), Dave Hunt (pgs. 11-28)
Letterers: Bob Lappan (pgs. 1-10, 29-38), Albert DeGuzman (pgs. 11-28)
Colorist: Michele Wolfman
Feature Character: Blue Devil (last appearance; also appears in flashback, between issues #19 / 20; New Earth Blue Devil first appears in BOOSTER GOLD #10)
GS: Madame Xanadu (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #12; last appearance), Kid Devil (last appearance)
Supporting Characters: Jock Verner, Mary Frances Cassidy, Seamus Cassidy, Wayne Tarrant, Marla Bloom, Norm Paxton (last appearance for all), Sharon Scott (last appearance; also appears in flashback, between issues #19 / 20)
Villains: Lucifer (first appearance; dies in this story), demons (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: This is the last issue of BLUE DEVIL.
 This story takes place on Blue Devil’s birthday.
Synopsis: Blue Devil is beset by an old foe, Lucifer, who has stolen Madame Xanadu’s magic book and is using its power against him.

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