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Post by Col_Fury » Sun Jan 03, 2016 12:31 pm

MARVEL TAILS starring PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #1 (November 1983)
By Tom DeFalco & Mark Armstrong

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham (Peter Porker), Captain Americat (Steve Mouser), J. Jonah Jackal (runs the Daily Beagle), Masked Marauder (Quincy Quakers, runs Platypus Amusement Park, also in fb), Alice Groundy (president of P.A.W.S., Parents Against Whimsy Society), Randolph Rodent (own a jelly bean factory), Bartholomew Bark (runs Video City), Hulk Bunny (Dr. Bruce Bunny, works on video games)

FLASHBACK:
The Masked Marauder sabotages Video City!
SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham and Captain Americat team up to defeat the Gopher Gang from stealing lighters. They change clothes and go to their job at the Daily Beagle, where J. Jonah Jackal sends them to report on the recent attacks on Video City, a large arcade. There they meet Bartholomew Bark (Video City owner), Randolph Rodent (wants to buy Video City to expand his jelly bean factory), Alice Groundy (protesting video games for being too violent) and Quincy Quakers (runs a failing amusement park next to Video City). Porker and Mouser take a tour of Video City, but the Masked Marauder attacks; video game inventor Dr. Bruce Bunny is trapped in his newest game “Gamma Gambit” and when it’s turned on, he’s transformed into the Hulk Bunny. Spider-Ham and Captain Americat stop Hulk Bunny’s rampage, the Masked Marauder is revealed as Quincy Quakers, Alice Groundy ends up addicted to video games and Randolph Rodent reveals the amusement park would have been a better spot for his jelly bean factory, but it’s too late now because Quincy’s going to jail.

2nd Story:
By Steve Mellor

APPEARANCES:
Goose Rider, Chainaw

SYNOPSIS:
At night, an ordinary goose is transformed into the horror known as GOOSE RIDER! Goose Rider goes to a movie, but the goosecycle honks an alarm; he finds some kids cooking hotdogs and marshmallows on it. He decides to go bowling instead, but is attacked by Chainsaw. Goose Rider honks and summons the demons of heck, and an anvil falls on Chainsaw, defeating him. Goose Rider decides to grab a burger but drives into a river, which puts his flames out.

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #1 (May 1985)
By Steve Skeates & Mark Armstrong

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, J. Jonah Jackal, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr. (Jonah’s nephew), Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, Ducktor Doom (also in fb), Fantastic Fur (in fb): Invisible Gorilla, Mooster Fantastic, Simian Torch, Thang (Ben Grizzly), Forbush Man (in fb)

FLASHBACK:
The Fantastic Fur defeat Ducktor Doom again, so Doom sets another plan in motion involving kangaroos.
SYNOPSIS:
Peter Porker tries to sell some photos to the Daily Beagle, but instead gets roped into a plane trip with Jonah and some kid interns to the St. Croix Trapezoid where planes have been disappearing. They quickly discover that Ducktor Doom has been using a giant magnet to ensnare planes to capture the passengers; he hooks them up to brain machines that make them jump around like rock stars. If his kangaroos enjoy them, he’ll film a music video and make lots of money selling it. Spider-Ham and the interns trap Ducktor Doom in his own device, and Doom is the only “rock star” the kangaroos like. Doom is upset, though, because he didn’t want to be the star. Later, Peter Porker learns that Jonah is now a fan of Ducktor Doom’s music.

NOTE:
Forbush Man appears here (in fb), alongside the Fantastic Fur. The current assumption is that this is the “real” Forbush Man from Not Brand Ecch; like Obnoxio the Clown (from Crazy), as a comedy character, it seems they can hop realities a lot easier than “normal” characters.

For what it’s worth, the current general idea is that the Forbush Man that appears in Nextwave: Agents of Hate is a different version. BUT! That’s a different topic for another time.

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #2 (July 1985)
By Steve Skeates & Mark Armstrong

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Buzzard (Vulture analogue, an opossum), J. Jonah Jackal, Squirrely, Bullfrog (Hoppity Harrison), J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, Minkzy Byline (Morning Scandal reporter), Rubert Hedgehog (Morning Scandal publisher), Richard Bird-Dog (Richard Burton analogue), Elizabeth Tabby (Elizabeth Taylor analogue), gangsters

FLASHBACK:
With better security being installed in hotels, gangsters find themselves with no places to rob. Some end up getting caught and going to jail, others have to find honest work, which disgusts them. One of them gets an idea to put on a fake musical play so they can rob celebrities.
SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham stops the Buzzard’s plot to manufacture counterfeit bus-transfers. Meanwhile, J. Jonah Jackal learns the newsstand (& discount firecracker outlet) has stopped carrying the Daily Beagle in favor of the Morning Scandal. Despite being sick he goes to work to figure things out. Meanwhile, Spider-Ham learns the Bullfrog is back in town. Jonah sends his interns out on the town to get the story behind the Morning Scandal. As they follow reporter Minkzy Byline into the sewers, Peter Porker goes to the Beagle and is roped into attending the premiere of a new musical with Jonah. The interns are captured by the Morning Scandal’s rat employees, so the interns hypnotize the rats into freeing them. The Bullfrog attacks the premiere, hoping to rob celebrities. The cast of the musical reveals themselves as gangsters and start robbing the celebrities themselves. The rat employees arrive and defeat the gangsters and Jonah wonders where Porker went.

2nd Story:
By Steve Mellor

APPEARANCES:
The Uncanny X-Bugs (Collosso-Bug, Cyclops-Bug, Nightcrawler-Bug, Ororo-Bug, Wolverine-Bug), Professor X-Bug, Magsquito (the Magnetic Mosquito), Micro-Newts

SYNOPSIS:
Professor X-Bug summons the Uncanny X-Bugs because Magsquito is on the loose. They get some armor from the Micro-Newts and attack, but quickly learn that Magsquito has gone straight and now runs a junkyard. The Uncanny X-Bugs run off for another adventure.

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #3 (September 1985)
By Steve Skeates & Mark Armstrong

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, One-Feather (also in fb), J. Jonah Jackal, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, Chief Sitting Duck (also in fb)

FLASHBACK:
Chief Sitting Duck and One-Feather, the last survivors of their slaughtered tribe, wander the West until they stumble across a town but, as they arrive, the town residents leave in a rush for California. The ducks cast a spell so the town is hidden from outsiders, liquid will always refill and they’ll never age. Over 100 years later during a storm a biker gang arrives and throws the ducks in jail, then party for over 30 years. One-Feather digs a tunnel out of the jail and goes looking for a warrior to defeat the bikers.
SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham stops a bank robbery and is watched by One-Feather, but the duck accidentally eats all his magic corn and turns into an egg. J. Jonah Jackal finds One-Feather’s map and takes his interns and Peter Porker to Shang-Goo-La, a town in the Old West that never ages. There, they’re imprisoned by a biker gang. Spider-Ham drives the gang out of town and they ages in minutes. Chief Sitting Duck wonders what happened to One-Feather.

2nd Story:
By Steve Skeates & Jose R. Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Iron-Mouse, Nagneto (the magnetic horse)

SYNOPSIS:
In his civilian identity, Iron-Mouse drags around his heavy suitcase (holding his armor) in case a crime happens. Nearby, Nagneto the magnetic horse is upset over a video rental late fee, so he starts erasing videotapes. Iron-Mouse ducks into a clothing store to change into his armor, but by the time he gets back Nagneto has already been defeated by an old lady with an umbrella.

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #4 (November 1985)
By Steve Skeates & Fred Hembeck

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Cynthia Snipe (reporter), William Randolph Grouse, David Caterpillar, J. Paul Grunion, E. Howard Hound (real-life rich people analogues), J. Jonah Jackal, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, J. Jeremiah Jackal Sr. (Jonah’s brother, bts), Captain Reno (runs a submarine casino, also in fb), Loreli Lemur (also in fb)

FLASHBACK:
Captain Reno gets rich selling shrimp, but jerk millionaires won’t let him join a yacht club. He hires Loreli Lemur, whose singing hypnotizes peo0ple into gambling, to financially destroy every yacht club member.
SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham stops some rats from stealing toasters and blenders at the docks and notices all the yacht owners are missing. At the Daily Beagle, Jonah is upset that Cynthia Snipe has beaten him to another story, and decides to go undercover at another yacht club with his interns and Peter Porker. They discover that Captain Reno is running a submarine casino and hypnotizing millionaires into gambling. Spider-Ham drags the sub to shore and Jonah beats Cynthia to the story.

2nd Story:
By Mike Carlin & Eric Cartier

APPEARANCES:
Croctor Strange (Steamin Strange), Breaded Boremammuu, Rancid One

SYNOPSIS:
A duck asks Croctor Strange for help; the Breaded Boremammuu wants to sacrifice her to McDonald’s. Croctor Strange doesn’t know enough about the misfit arts to defat him, though, so his mentor the Rancid One steps in and gets the job done.

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #5 (January 1986)
By Steve Skeates & Mark Armstrong

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, J. Jonah Jackal, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, Captain Americat (as Steve Mouser), Charles Foster Mutt (spends most of the story as Charles Foster “Yuppy” Pupp), Dr. Thaddeus Beakface (invented growth pellets), Cynthia Snipe, Farnsworth Junior the Third, J. Joanna Jackal (Jonah’s mom)

SYNOSIS:
Spider-Ham attacks some bank robbers, but stops when he realizes they’re old folks. Meanwhile, Jonah holds a ceremony to promote his interns to full reporters, but they’re interrupted by young kid Charles Foster “Yuppy” Pupp who announces he’s bought the Daily Beagle, and is firing anyone over the age of 25. Later, Jonah challenges Yuppy Pupp; if Jonah can write a front page story in three days Jonah will get his job back, but Yuppy Pupp secretly doesn’t plan on honoring the agreement. Jonah interviews a guy feeding pigeons, but gets bored. He learns that night on TV the guy invented growth pellets for pigeons. The next day he interviews some guys playing checkers but gets bored. That night he learns one murdered the other because he lost at checkers too many times. The next day Jonah learns the old bank robbers are actually children disguised as old guys. Jonah tells Spider-Ham, who beats up the robbers. Jonah tells Yuppy Pupp, but he doesn’t run the story. Spider-Ham reveals one of the robbers is Yuppy Pupp’s investment partner, so now he has to sell the Beagle at a loss. Yuppy Pupp reveals he’s actually an old professor in disguise, and did all of this because he was discriminated against because of his age and now hates Yuppies. Jonah reveals he’s actually his mother in disguise (only on the third day), and cracked the case because she wanted to restore her son’s reputation.

2nd Story:
By Steve Mellor

APPEARANCES:
Thrr (dog of thunder), Herbdill (watchdog of Arfgard), Odarn (Thrr’s dad), Looky (dog of evil), Shmageggi (dogcatcher of the universe)

SYNOSIS:
Thrr, dog of thunder, travels to Arfgard and waits in line to relieve himself on Hygga-Dygga, the world tree. He then visits his father, Odarn, who order Looky, dog of evil, to be punished by rubbing his face in it and to be swatted with a newspaper. Suddenly, Shmageggi, dogcatcher of the universe, attacks Arfgard. Thrr defeats him with a rain storm then goes back to Earth to chase cars.
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PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #6 (March 1986)
By Steve Skeates & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, May Porker, Ducktor Doom, J. Jonah Jackal, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray

SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham stops a robbery at the Jewelry Exchange then goes home, where he accidentally scares his Aunt May so bad that she falls into a coma. At the hospital, the doctor offers an experimental serum, but it’s stolen by the same guys at the Jewelry Exchange. Spider-Ham checks around and eventually finds Ducktor Doom is behind the thefts, and he’s using the serum to create sentient vegetables. Ducktor Doom escapes, but’s he’s used all the serum. Spider-Ham takes one of the vegetables to the hospital where the doctor uses it to revive Aunt May with a transfusion.

2nd Story:
By Skeates & Mellor

APPEARANCES:
Snow-Youse (Snowbird analogue), Summersquash (Walrus Lamebrainski, Sasquatch analogue), Aroma (Aurora analogue), Trinket (Elizabeth Twodeadanimals, Talisman analogue), Hockeypuck (Puck analogue)

SYNOPSIS:
Snow-Youse wakes up angry about acid rain, so she gathers Awful Flight so they can yell at America. They get distracted when Hockeypuck finds an American dollar, and they stop to drink some root beer.

NOTE:
Awful Flight members that are mentioned but don’t appear: Cardigan, Nerd-Star and Heather.

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #7 (May 1986)
By Steve Skeates & Mark Armstrong

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, a rocket scientist, J. Jonah Jackal, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, Baron Waste von Kampf (Nazi spy)

SYNOSIS:
Spider-Ham stops a bank robbery, but it makes him late for an appointment with Jonah at the Space Center (where lawn mowers are also repaired). Meanwhile, Jonah interviews a scientist who has created a time stabilizer for deep space missions, but he traps Jonah and the kid reporters in the rocket and launches it, because he couldn’t find anyone out test it for him. As it launches, Spider-Ham webs it and tags along. The time stabilizer breaks and the rocket is thrown back in time to WWII London, where Jonah and the kids are mistaken for Nazi spies. Jonah recognizes a real spy from a history book, Spider-Ham webs him up and they all go back to their native time. Jonah checks his history book again and notices he’s pictured in it and labeled as a spy.

2nd Story:
By Steve Skeates & J. R. Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Deerdevil (Burdock), Froggy, Sanity Claws, Marsha Henpeck, John Henpeck

SYNOPSIS:
Deerdevil hears that Sanity Claws has started a cult, so he breaks it up by removing Sanity Claws’ hat. He explains the hat is too tight and gives him a different hat to wear.

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #8 (July 1986)
By Steve Mellor & Tony Salmons

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, J. Jonah Jackal, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, Raymond Bear (sounds like a Raymond Burr analogue, but just a news reporter), Hog-Zilla (Godzilla analogue), Mechano-Hog-Zilla (you guessed it), Cur-Asawa (Akira Kurosawa analogue)

SYNOSIS:
Earthquakes in Japan convinces Jonah to visit, and he takes his reporters and Peter Porker with him, even though Porker is sick. Hog-Zilla attacks Japan, and after all other attempts fail, Spider-Ham attacks, despite being sick. Hog-Zilla catches the cold and stops rampaging. Japan’s greatest director Cur-Asawa hires Hog-Zilla to star in films and Jonah goes back home to write the story.

2nd Story:
By Mike Mellor & Steve Mellor

APPEARANCES:
Watchdog (Watcher analogue), Silver Squirrel (Silver Surfer analogue)

SYNOPSIS:
The Watchdog is sworn not to interfere, but the Silver Squirrel keeps going on rampages, despite the Watchdog’s lectures. Watchdog turns Silver Squirrel into a silver-plated clock.

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #9 (August 1986)
By Steve Mellor & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Orson Whales (Orson Wells analogue), B.O. the alien, J. Jonah Jackal, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, Woodchuck Morris (Chuck Norris analogue)

SYNOPSIS:
Aliens strand one of their own Earth; the stranded alien comes across Orson Whales, but no one believes him, so he mails the alien to his old pal Jonah. The alien starts eating everything, then moves on to candy bars. As Spider-Ham searches for the alien, the candy company (worried that sales will drop because and alien is stealing all their candy from people), hire Woodchuck Morris to kill the alien. Spider-Ham and Morris eventually herd the alien to the candy factory, where the candy owner force feeds the alien with yeast; the alien balloons up and the owner pops him.

NOTE:
Woodchuck Morris has two Uzis on shoulders straps, just like Chuck Norris did in Invasion USA.

2nd Story:
By Mike Mellor & Steve Mellor

APPEARANCES:
Asinine Torch (also in fb), Sub-Marsupial (also in fb), Weaselly Whizzard

FLASHBACK:
Back in the good old days, the Asinine Torch and Sub-Marsupial beat each other up.
SYNOPSIS:
Old Asinine Torch yells at kids to get off his lawn and fondly remembers the days before a bunch of silly inventions came around, like processed cheese foodstuffs and strawberry scented stationary. He stumbles across his old foe the Weaselly Whizzard, who is now a wrestling manager. The Asinine Torch become a wrestler and meets his old nemesis the Sub-Marsupial; instead of fighting they reminisce. When people complain, the two beat everyone else up instead.

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #10 (September 1986)
By Steve Skeates & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Snappy Turtle, J. Jonah Jackal (also in fb), J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, Winston Caribou (also in fb)

FLASHBACK:
Jonah doesn’t believe Winston Caribou about a city of gold in the Amazon. Winston researches it for three years and finally convinces Jonah it’s real.
SYNOPSIS:
Jonah is called by Winston’s photographer Snappy Turtle, who says they found the city of gold. Jonah gets his reporters and Peter to check it out, but they’re followed by the Terrible Terrier gang. They find out Winston has gone crazy and declared himself an Amazon god. The Terriers attack and the city is destroyed. Winston is sad to learn the city was only made of brass, not gold.

2nd Story:
By Steve Skeates & Howard Bender

APPEARANCES:
Sub-Merchandizer (Prince Kaymar), Markup, Hampster-Thing (J. Hamilton Hampster)

SYNOPSIS:
The Sub-Merchandizer prepares to seel things at a discount underwater. Meanwhile, business hamster J. Hamilton Hampster gets knocked on the head and falls into the ocean, where he doused with nuclear waste. He turns into the Hampster-Thing and wanders past the Sub-Merchandizer. Later, a frog happens by and the Sub-Merchandizer sells him some clothes.

NOTE:
There’s a one-panel cameo by animal versions of Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton, but they aren’t named.

Also, he’s a bulldog named Prince, he’s not a prince (as far as we know).

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #11 (October 1986)
By Mike Carlin & Art Nichols

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, J. Jonah Jackal, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, Dragon-Lassy (Joan Collie, Joan Collins analogue)

SYNOPSIS:
Jonah is too busy swooning over Joan Collie on the TV show Die-Nasty to notice a giant robot wolf rampaging through town. Spider-Ham defeats it by hitting its transform button; it changes into a robot sheep. Dragon-Lassy, the villain driving the robot, escapes. Later, Dragon-Lassy abducts Jonah; when Spider-Ham rescues him, he reveals Dragon-Lassy is really Joan Collie. She reveals she has to get her picture in the paper to stop her show from getting cancelled. Jonah offers to get her picture in the paper every day. Soon after, Die-Nasty is cancelled.

NOTE:
Tomcat DeFalco is interviewed in an issue of the Daily Beagle.

2nd Story:
By Michael Mellor

APPEARANCES:
Ant Ant, Waspbunny, Sandmanatee

SYNOPSIS:
Ant Ant is bullied by the Sandmanatee on the beach, but his ant powers don’t do him much good. He tries some others and settles on cockroach powers, which does the trick. Waspbunny is very impressed.
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PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #12 (November 1986)
By Steve Mellor & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, J. Jonah Jackal, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, Sonny Quacker, Ricardo Slug (Miami Vice analogues), Kingpig (Kingpin analogue), Bee-Yonder (Beyonder analogue)

SYNOPSIS:
Jonah takes Peter and the kids to Wisconsin to judge a beauty pageant, but a cheese smuggling rings can’t be solved by the local police. Spider-Ham investigates, figures out the Kingpig is behind it and beats him up. Later, the Bee-Yonder (the Bee from yonder galaxy) stops by and gives Spider-Ham an updated wardrobe.

NOTE:
Yes, that's the black suit. Spider-Ham is back to wearing the red & blue suit for the rest of the series, with one exception.

2nd Story:
By Michael Mellor

APPEARANCES:
Fantastic Fur: Mooster Fantastic, Invisible Gorilla, Simian Torch, Thang; Galactypus

SYNOPSIS:
The Fantastic Fur try to stop Galactypus from eating the planet, but he sends them to an island to fight evil versions of themselves. They lose the fight and go back, but Galactypus is too full and can’t finish the planet, so he leaves.

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #13 (January 1987)
By Mike Carlin & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Quakula (Dick), Pinhead of Crime (another Kingpin analogue), J. Jonah Jackal, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, Moommy (Old McDonald), Dr. Chickenstein (Rick), Chickenstein’s Monster

SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham watches scary movies but has to take a break to beat up the rampaging Pinhead of Crime. Jonah calls Peter and sends him to check out a haunted farm; the kids tag along. Spider-Ham finds out that Old McDonald (it’s his farm) has been scaring away construction workers by dressing up as monsters so they don’t turn his farm into a shopping mall. Spider-Ham convinces him to open a fruit stand.

2nd Story:
By Mike Mellor

APPEARANCES:
Nick Furry (Agent of S.H.E.E.P.), Dodo Dugan, Deathsquawk (the cyborg chicken)

SYNOPSIS:
Deathsquawk is on the loose so Nick Furry has to take care of business, but Deathsquawk is too busy being melancholy and philosophical to notice. Nick Furry shows Deathsquawk his blueprints and he realizes he was invented to be the first self-cooking chicken.

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #14 (March 1987)
By Michael (Mike) Carlin & Jose (Joe) Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Ozzy Ostrich, J. Jonah Jackal, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, pawn shop owner

SYNOPSIS:
Peter Porker and the Daily Beagle kid reporters go to an Ozzy Ostrich concert; the kids love it but Porker hates it. He changes into Spider-Ham and accuses Ozzy of stealing his own profits. He apologizes when he figures out he was wrong, but since Ozzy’s guitar was broken a new one has to be bought at the pawn shop. The new guitar hypnotizes people, and the pawn shop owner has Ozzy hypnotize everyone into robbing people and giving him the profits. Spider-Ham figures it out and beats up the pawn shop owner.

2nd Story:
By Mike Mellor & Steve Mellor

APPEARANCES:
Captain Americat, Grey Gopher (Gopher Baroque)

SYNOPSIS:
Artist Gopher Baroque mixes some chemicals and is transformed into the Grey Gopher. He starts turning animals into statues and Captain Americat tries to stop him, but he turns Cap into a statue. Soon, he finds he can control the statues, so he puts on a multi-media conceptual art event in the park. The effect is only temporary, though, so Cap beats up the Grey Gopher.

NOTE:
There’s also a pin-up page featuring Ringmouster, Diablorilla, Paw, Hate-Mongrel, Electropotamus, Mad Stinker, Sylvester Stallion, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo, B.O the Alien, Harry Ocelot, Mooseterio, Flash Tomcat and Batty Brant.

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #15 (May 1987)
By Steve Mellor & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham (also in fb), J. Jonah Jackal (also as Black Jackal), J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr. (also as Invisi-Jackal Junior), Bunsen Bunny (also as Bullet Bunny), Upton Adam Stray (also as Power Puss), Batty Brant, May Porker (also in fb), Flash Tomcat (Flash Thompson analogue), Liz Alleycat (Liz Allen analogue), Andy Warthog (Andy Warhol analogue), Mick Jaguar (Mick Jagger analogue), Bruce Springchicken (I think you get the point by now), Cybill Sheepdog, Whoopie Goldfish, Meryl Peep, Truman Coyote, Mel Gibbon, Rebecca de Monkey, Dinah Saur, Barry Manitee, Barbara Mandrill, Buddy Gheko, Hobgobbler, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo

FLASHBACK:
May Porker invents an atomic powered hair dryer. When she tests it out she becomes irradiated and bites a spider on the wall. The radioactivity changes the spider into a pig, but he quickly learns he still has spider abilities. May’s memories have been altered by the incident and she convinces herself that Peter Porker is her nephew. Peter invents web shooters and sews himself a Spider-Ham costume.
SYNOPSIS:
Peter Porker gets sick of not having a social life so he quits being Spider-Ham. He runs into Jonah and learns he and the kids are going undercover as super heroes to write a news story. They run into Jonah’s friend Andy Warthog, who invites them to a celebrity party, but the party’s crashed by the Hobgobbler. Peter realizes he’s the only one who can defeat Hobgobbler, so he resumes being Spider-Ham. When he gets home, his Aunt May introduces him to Mary Jane Waterbuffalo.

2nd Story:
By Mike Mellor & Steve Mellor

APPEARANCES:
Pigeon (Vision analogue), Scarlet Pooch (Scarlet Witch analogue), Black Panda (Black Panther analogue), Squawkeye (Hawkeye analogue), Quacksilver (Quicksilver analogue), Walrus (Jarvis analogue), Kangaroo the Conqueror (Kang analogue), Ultrog (Ultron analogue)

SYNOPSIS:
Pigeon is upset that the Mighty Scavengers are getting bad press in the tabloids, so they travel to the 30th century to beat up Kangaroo the Conqueror. When they get back, Pigeon is dismayed to see they’re still in the tabloids.

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #16 (July 1987)
By Steve Mellor & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo, Paste Pot Peep (should be obvious), Col. Nick Furry, Dodo Dugan, Baron Zebro (yep), Captain Americat, Mad Stinker, Humongous Ham-Droid, Doc Clamson (get it?), Magsquito, Iron Mouse, Mandaringtail (the Mandarin, just in case), Doo Wop Doo (Fin Fang Foom), Ronald Raccoon (the president!)

SYNOPSIS:
Peter and Mary Jane listen to records until Mary Jane gets hungry. Peter goes out for Chinese food, but gets kidnapped by Paste Pot Peep. Nick Furry calls in reinforcements and a bunch of villains and heroes appear. Spider-Ham beats up the head villain, Mandaringtail, and hitches a ride back home with Doo Wop Doo. Nick Furry reports to the president. Peter gets back home, but Mary Jane wants pizza now.

NOTE:
Bands that Mary Jane listens to are Billygoat Joel, Prance (the Purple Rein album) and the Squawking Heads (the This Stop Making Nests album, featuring David Bird); Peter prefers Ellaphant Fitzgerald, Duck Ellington, Fat’s Walrus and Jelly Fish Morton.

2nd Story:
By Mike Mellor & Steve Mellor

APPEARANCES:
Croak & Badger, Mad Stinker, Humongous Ham-Droid

SYNOPSIS:
Croak tells Badger that he has a dark hunger, so they go searching convenience stores for Whiz-Um brand Vine-Gar-Tabasco chips, but they’re attacked by the Mad Stinker’s Humongous Ham-Droid. Croak is distracted by the Ham-Droid’s chips while Badger is kidnapped. Croak rescues Badger by taking the Mad Stinker into his cloak, which fills the Mad Stinker with preservatives, giving him a sugar high.

PETER PORKER, the SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #17 (September 1987)
By Mike Carlin & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, three fat cats, Ducktor Doom, Dragon-Lassy

SYNOPSIS:
Peter Porker goes for dinner while the Daily Beagle kids go their separate ways. They each run into a fat cat, but animals around them each pick on the cats for being fat and anger them. Everyone converges, Peter has to leave his meal to change into Spider-Ham and the fat cats befriend each other and escape. Spider-Ham goes to a diner for dinner, but the Pig-Signal appears in the sky, so he has to investigate a prison break out. He runs into the fat cats again, who are planning on breaking into prison because no one likes them. Ducktor Doom and Dragon-Lassy are the ones breaking out of prison, so the Daily Beagle kids convince the fat cats to do what they like to distract the villains; the sing and dance and Spider-Ham rounds up all the villains.

NOTE:
A theater is showing Pinky Sue Got Married w/Catleen Turner and Crocodile Soo-Eee w/Paul Hoggin.

2nd Story:
By Mike Mellor & Steve Mellor

APPEARANCES:
Hulk-Bunny, Ducktor Doom, Iron Mouse, Power Dog, Magsquito, Captain Americat, Hate-Mongrel, Thrr, Looky, Bee-Yonder, Red Skull analogue, Goose Rider, Deerdevil, Doctor Octopussycat, Croctor Strange, Kingpig, Ant Ant, Croak, Spider-Ham, Bobcat Barker (Bob Barker analogue), Kitty-Bug, Collosso-Bug, Ororo-Bug, Wolverine-Bug, Bee-Dazzler, Thang, Paw, Hobgobbler, Black Panda

SYNOPSIS:
Bruce Bunny finds himself drawn into the Secret Furs by the Bee-Yonder, who explains he’s having everyone fight to win prizes. He hopes to make a bunch of money in merchandizing so he can turn the universe into one big amusement park, all controlled by the Bee-Yonder. He makes Bruce turn into the Hulk-Bunny and join the party.

NOTE:
Hey, Spider-Ham's back in the black suit. :)

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MARVEL TALES #201 (July 1987)
2nd Story:
By Steve Mellor & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Shock-Cur (Shocker analogue), Uncle Scram (American Eagle who hates foreigners), J. Jonah Jackal (also as Black Jackal), J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr. (also as Invisi-Jackal Junior), Bunsen Bunny (also as Bullet Bunny), Upton Adam Stray (also as Power Puss), Joe Robirdson

SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham fights Shock-Cur, but dandruff shows up on his black suit, and he tears his pants (for the 5th time!). Spider-Ham decides to ditch the black suit and go back to his red & blue suit for good. Meanwhile, Uncle Scram decides he’s had enough of foreigners in the USA, so he hatches a plan to make people scared of money, so they’ll flee to other countries where the economy is better. Jonah decides this is a job for The Black Jackal and his Beagle Brigadeers.

NOTE:
Published the same month as PPSSHAM 16, but has to happen at least after PPSSHAM 17/2 because of Spider-Ham's black suit.

Huh. I guess Jonah and the kids becoming super heroes wasn’t a one-off thing.

MARVEL TALES #202 (August 1987)
2nd Story:
By Steve Mellor & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo, Black Jackal, Invisi-Jackal Junior, Bullet Bunny, Power Puss, Uncle Scram

SYNOPSIS:
Peter Porker learns about the money troubles and decides to investigate as Spider-Ham. Meanwhile, Black Jackal’s car runs out of gas, and since no one will take his money, they have to walk. Uncle Scram finds out his plan has backfired, because no one can leave the country with all the airports shut down. He decides to use his Electro-Magnetic Foreigner-Eject-O-Tron to take care of things.

NOTE:
Animals know who the Black Jackal is, but not that he’s J. Jonah Jackal.

MARVEL TALES #203 (September 1987)
2nd Story:
By Steve Mellor & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo, Black Jackal, Invisi-Jackal Junior, Bullet Bunny, Power Puss, Uncle Scram

SYNOPSIS:
Uncle Scram activates his machine and everyone is magnetically repelled from the ground. Uncle Scram decides to check out New York City now that the crowds are gone. Spider-Ham hides in his trunk and follows him home.

MARVEL TALES #204 (October 1987)
2nd Story:
By Steve Mellor & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Black Jackal, Invisi-Jackal Junior, Bullet Bunny, Power Puss, Uncle Scram

SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham reverses Uncle Scram’s machine and everyone is safely brought back to the ground, but Uncle Scram is magnetically repelled from the ground. The economy goes back to normal when Black Jackal finds the last cursed bill.

MARVEL TALES #205 (November 1987)
2nd Story:
By Michael Eury & Ron Zalme

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo, Cybill Sheepdog, Bruce Swillis, Michael J. Fox, Meredith Baxter-Birdney, Bob Gnuhart, Bookworm

SYNOPSIS:
Peter Porker and Mary Jane attend the Eggy awards, but it’s crashed by the Three Muskrateers. Spider-Ham easily defeats them, which upsets the Bookworm (who attacked the Eggy’s with the Three Muskrateers because people watch more TV than read books nowadays). Bookworm makes the Three Muskrateers disappear.

MARVEL TALES #206 (December 1987)
2nd Story:
By Michael Eury & Ron Zalme

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Bookworm (also in fb)

FLASHBACK:
Bookworm gains the power to summon fictional characters to do his bidding when a book knocks him on the head.
SYNOPSIS:
The Raven (nevermore!) attacks a cable station and steals their satellite dish. Spider-Ham follows him and discovers the Bookworm is responsible. Bookworm summons Quasidodo, the Hunch-Razorback of Notre Dame to fight Spider-Ham. Spider-Ham bonks Bookworm on the head with another book and makes him lose his powers.

MARVEL TALES #207 (January 1988)
2nd Story:
By Steve Mellor & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo, Paw, Black Catfish

SYNOPSIS:
Mary Jane kicks Peter out of the house, so he swings around as Spider-Ham. Running into Paw robbing a bank, he’s almost defeated until Black Catfish shows up. With Paw defeated, Black Catfish seduces Spider-Ham. Peter decides he’ll date Black Catfish since Mary Jane doesn’t like him anymore, but Mary Jane arrives and apologizes for being stupid. Peter wonders what he’ll do now.

MARVEL TALES #208 (February 1988)
2nd Story:
By Steve Mellor & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Black Catfish, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo

SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham has been secretly dating both Mary Jane and Black Catfish for weeks. He feels guilty, so he decides he has to break up with one of them. He tries to break up with Black Catfish, but she won’t let him. Spider-Ham decides there’s nothing wrong with dating two girls at the same time and goes on a date with Mary Jane. Unfortunately, he forgot their six month, three week and two day anniversary, and now she’s mad at him again.

MARVEL TALES #209 (March 1988)
2nd Story:
By Steve Mellor & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Rod Sturgeon (host of the Nite-Lite Zone, on TV), Croctor Strange, Spidey-Ball, Hobgobby-Ball, Hulk-Ball, Doctor Octo-Ball, Doctor Doom-Ball, Thing Ball

SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham watches TV until he spills Pupsy-Cola on the set; it explodes and the Marvel Balls bounce out, knocking Spider-Ham unconscious. Croctor Strange arrives, wakes up Spider-Ham, explains the balls are from another world and they put a plan together to defeat the Marvel Balls.

NOTE:
Remember Mad Balls from the ‘80s? These are rip-offs of those.

MARVEL TALES #210 (April 1988)
2nd Story:
By Steve Mellor & Joe Albelo

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Croctor Strange, Spidey-Ball, Hobgobby-Ball, Hulk-Ball, Doctor Octo-Ball, Doctor Doom-Ball, Thing Ball, Yak Nicholson, Captain Americat

SYNOPSIS:
As the Marvel Balls go on a rampage, Spider-Ham learns to juggle. He juggles the balls into Croctor Strange’s trap and the day is saved. On his way home, Spider-Ham runs into Captain Americat, who is coughing up hairballs.

MARVEL TALES #211 (May 1988)
2nd Story:
By Michael Eury & Ron Zalme

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Rhinose (from Marble), Forbush-Man (yep, him again), Ironing Boar (Won-Ton)

SYNOPSIS:
Rhinose is tired of Forbush-Man bothering him, so he knocks Forbush-Man into another universe. Meanwhile, Peter Porker picks up his laundry, but they’re interrupted when Forbush-Man lands on them. Won-Ton the laundry guy is trapped in a steam press and turned into the Ironing Boar; Forbush-Man calms him down and Spider-Ham sends him back to his own universe with a webbing slingshot.

NOTE:
Forbush-Man is aware of other universes, has been to some, and is glad he landed in Spider-Ham’s universe. So yeah, this is the same Forbush-Man as seen in PPSSHAM 1, and the one from Not Brand Ecch. Yay!

MARVEL TALES #212 (June 1988)
2nd Story:
By Michael Eury & Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Catfish LaRoe, Punfisher, Doctor Octopussycat (bts)

SYNOPSIS:
All the city’s plumbers are being kidnapped, so Spider-Ham visits his informant Catfish LaRoe to look for clues. However, Catfish has been driven insane by being forced to fill out his own tax returns. Spider-Ham finds the Punfisher and assumes he’s the kidnapper and they fight.

MARVEL TALES #214 (August 1988)
2nd Story:
By Michael Eury & Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Punfisher (Frank Carple, also in fb), Sealia Carple (Punfisher’s wife, in fb), Doctor Octopussycat

FLASHBACK:
Frank Carple fought in Viet Ham, then got married. But when his wife refused to buy girl scout cookies from a gangster’s daughter, the mob stuffed her full of oatmeal cream pies. Frank became the Punfisher and declared a war on crime.
SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham and Punfisher team up to find out who has been kidnapping plumbers. They quickly discover it’s Doctor Octopussycat in a plot to become the only plumber in town; he’ll be rich!

MARVEL TALES #215 (September 1988)
2nd Story:
By Michael Eury & Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Punfisher, Doctor Octopussycat

SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham and Punfisher defeat Octopussycat and free all the kidnapped plumbers, but Punfisher starts shooting at jaywalkers. Spider-Ham decides he won’t team up with anyone anymore.

MARVEL TALES #216 (October 1988)
2nd Story:
By Fred Hembeck

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo, May Porker, Ducktor Doom

SYNOPSIS:
Peter and Mary Jane play scrabble until a post-dog delivers a letter from Ducktor Doom, asking Peter to get ahold of Spider-Ham. He travels to Quackveria where Ducktor Doom asks for his help.

NOTE:
Spider-Ham mentions he tried to get in contact with the X-Bugs, Fantastic Fur and Scavengers with no luck.

MARVEL TALES #217 (November 1988)
2nd Story:
By Fred Hembeck

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Ducktor Doom, Kastoff Yurchaynz, Mrs. Yurchaynz, Ann Lambers (bts)

SYNOPSIS:
Ducktor Doom reveals he adopted Kastoff, but recently he won’t talk to him. Spider-Ham learns it’s because Ducktor Doom tossed Kastoff’s mother in prison. Ducktor Doom releases her and apologizes.
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MARVEL TALES #218 (December 1988)
2nd Story:
By Michael Eury & Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Seegar (a bunny version of Popeye, basically, also in fb), May Porker (also in fb as Olive Oil, basically), Burly (Bluto, basically, also in fb), a hamburger loving walrus (unnamed)

FLASHBACK:
Seegar and May used to date, but they were always interrupted by Burly, who tried to break them up.
SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham stops by Aunt May’s place to meet her old boyfriend, but she’s missing. He follows a trails of cookies to the docks where he meets Seegar, May’s old boyfriend. They discover that Burly has kidnapped her, so they beat him up. They later celebrate with cabbage cookies, Seegar’s favorite.

MARVEL TALES #219 (January 1989)
2nd Story:
By Moppet Michael Eury & Little Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Silver Burper, Malpractus (Dr. Speck, also in fb), Four Tots: Master Fantastic, Invisible Little Girl, Toddler Torch, Sweet Thing; Little Avengers (all bts): Captain Amerikid, Iron Baby, Mitey thor, Prince Playmore, the Sub-Teener, Li’l Hawkeye

FLASHBACK:
Dr. Speck is a prediatrician, but gets sick of dealing with babies, so he turns into Malpractus and steals candy from them instead of helping them.
SYNOPSIS:
The Silver Burper comes to Spider-Ham for help with Malpractus. They travel to the universe of Marvel Babies and meet the Four Tots and team up to rescue the Little Avengers from Malpractus, but the villain sings them to sleep.

MARVEL TALES #223 (May 1989)
2nd Story:
By Michael Eury & Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Malpractus, Master Fantastic, Invisible Little Girl, Toddler Torch, Sweet Thing; Little Avengers: Captain Amerikid, Iron Baby, Mitey thor, Prince Playmore, the Sub-Teener, Li’l Hawkeye; Silver Burper

SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham frees the Little Avengers and wakes up the Four Tots, and together they defeat Malpractus. The Silver Burper takes Spider-Ham back to his home universe.

MARVEL TALES #224 (June 1989)
2nd Story:
By Fred Hembeck

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham (also in fb), Mary Jane Waterbuffalo, Silver Sow (Sylvia Sowmeister, also in fb)

FLASHBACK:
In high school, Peter Porker used to let Sylvia Sowmeister copy his homework.
SYNOPSIS:
Peter and Mary Jane go on a date, and Peter is surprised to see Silver Sow (formerly Sylvia Sowmeister) is the entertainment for the evening. They get caught up on old times, but robbers attack the place. Peter changes into Spider-Ham to take care of business.

MARVEL TALES #225 (July 1989)
2nd Story:
By Fred Hembeck

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo, Silver Sow

SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham defeats the robbers, but is shocked to learn that Silver Sow is in on the scam. He swing around the city having an existential crisis.

MARVEL TALES #226 (August 1989)
2nd Story:
By Fred Hembeck

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo, Silver Sow

SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham confronts Silver Sow and learns she never liked Peter Porker, she was only ever using him. He gets angry and beats her up. Mary Jane arrives and stops him, reminding Spider-Ham that heroes don’t beat up defenseless prisoners. Mary Jane then comments that she’s not a super hero and beats up Silver Sow while Spider-Ham calls the police.

MARVEL TALES #227 (September 1989)
2nd Story:
By Danny Fingeroth & Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham (also in fb), Flash Tombenstain Bear (also in fb)

FLASHBACK:
In college, Peter Porker was a library monitor. Flash Tombenstain Bear tears pictures out of books, but Peter is too scared to stop him. After graduation, Tombenstain Bear becomes a criminal to steal every book in the country.
SYNOPSIS:
Peter Porker runs into Flash Tombenstain Bear and recalls how terrified he is of him.

NOTE:
Peter says this flashback happened before he got his powers. However, he was a spider that was turned into a pig, and he’s a pig in this flashback, so after he got his powers.

MARVEL TALES #228 (October 1989)
2nd Story:
By Danny Fingeroth & Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Flash Tombenstain Bear, Punfisher, PerSUEDEr

SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham and Punfisher run into each other, and decide to work together to go after Tombenstain Bear. However, the PerSUEDEr arrives, says his backstory is too complicated to go into now, and hypnotizes the Punfisher to kill Spider-Ham.

MARVEL TALES #229 (November 1989)
2nd Story:
By Danny Fingeroth & Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Flash Tombenstain Bear, Punfisher

SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham snaps Punfisher out of his hypnosis and they beat up Tombenstain Bear.

MARVEL TALES #230 (Mid November 1989)
2nd Story:
By Danny Fingeroth & Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Betty Brant-Eater, Jim Salamander (Larval Zombies leader), Mary Jane Waterbuffalo, Bat-Bird (Batman (!) analogue, in shadows)

SYNOPSIS:
Peter Porker sees his old friend Betty Brant-Eater abducted on the street, so he follows and finds she’s been brainwashed by the Larval Zombies, fans of Larval Comics. He switches back to Peter and tries to snap her out of it, but he’s brainwashed as well. Meanwhile, Mary Jane wonders where Peter is.

NOTE:
Larval Comics is this universe’s version of Marvel Comics, just like Marble Comics was the Marvel Comics in Not Brand Ecch.

MARVEL TALES #233 (January 1990)
2nd Story:
By Danny Fingeroth & Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo, Jim Salamander, Bat-Bird

SYNOPSIS:
Mary Jane, having received a postcard from Peter, storms the Larval Comics cult compound and snaps Peter out of his brainwashing. Bat-Bird, leader of the Dee-See Zombies, attacks the Larval Zombies. Spider-Ham and Jim Salamander team up to fight them off, then Jim Salamander catapults Spider-Ham out of his compound. Mary Jane is happy to see Peter back to normal.

NOTE:
Mary Jane knows Peter is Spider-Ham here. I wonder when she found out?

MARVEL TALES #236 (April 1990)
2nd Story:
By Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham (also as Captain Zooniverse), Chameleon, Stinkerer, Vulture, Doctor Octopussycat, Sandham, Ducktor Doom, Lizard, Eelectro, Mysterioyster, Green Gopher, Raven the Hunter, Scorpion, Molten Mandrill, Rhino, Shocterpuss, Kingpig, PrOWLer, Hammerhead Shark, Punfisher, Tarantula, Stegron, Will-O-The-Wisp, Rocket Ratser, Black Cat, Hydro-Dog, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo-Porker

SYNOPSIS:
Peter Porker gets zapped and is turned into Captain Zooniverse. He beats up all the bad guys in an hour and throws them all into space. He goes home to his wife Mary Jane Waterbuffalo-Porker and tells her all about it.

NOTE:
Peter and Mary Jane are now married. I wonder when that happened?

MARVEL TALES #237 (May 1990)
2nd Story:
By Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo-Porker (bts), WHOatcher, Howard the Duck (the real one!), Ducktor Doom (a different one)

SYNOPSIS:
The WHOatcher parties with pizza and beer, and his cosmic burp zaps both Spider-Ham and Howard the Duck into another universe. As they hurtle toward a Ducktor Doom about to complete his plans to dominate his world, Howard the Duck and Spider-Ham introduce themselves to each other, because they don’t want to die next to a stranger. The WHOatcher takes some antacid, which reverses the effect of his cosmic belch, and sends both Howard the Duck and Spider-Ham back to their own universes. Howard is relieved he didn’t die, unaware that Ducktor Doom has appeared behind him…

NOTE:
Well, would you look at that. A missing Howard the Duck appearance AND Spider-Ham crossed over with the main Marvel Universe 25 years before Spider-Verse.

HOWARD THE DUCK

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MARVEL TALES #239 (July 1990)
2nd Story:
By Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Bat-Mouse, Duckster, Duck Hope

SYNOPSIS:
Bat-Boy crashes through Spider-Ham’s skylight while searching for the Duckster. Meanwhile, the Duckster steals all of Duck Hope’s jokes. Spider-Ham asks Bat-Boy if he’s going to repair the skylight when the Duckster arrives and attacks.

MARVEL TALES #240 (August 1990)
2nd Story:
By Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Bat-Mouse, Duckster (Milton Bearle), Duck Hope, May Porker

SYNOPSIS:
The Duckster escapes, and Duck Hope asks if he can help track him down. Spider-Ham and Bat-Mouse say no. Meanwhile, the Duckster goes home, where Spider-Ham and Bat-Mouse track him. Duck Hope arrives and unmasks the Duckster, revealing him to be Milton Bearle.

MARVEL TALES #247 (March 1991)
2nd Story:
By Dan Cuddy & Alan Kupperberg

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Jim Salamander, Arsenio Horse

SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham’s strip is suffering poor sales, so he tries all kinds of stunts to boost circulation. It doesn’t work, and Spider-Ham is cancelled.

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WHAT THE--?! #3 (October 1988)
By Glenn Herdling & Alex Saviuk

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Jim Salamander, Henn Birdwing, Alex Saviyak

SYNOPSIS:
Spider-Ham crashes into the Larval Comics offices and demands a graphic novel be published about him; he even wrote the story already! They agree, and a year later, they call him to show him the results. Spider-Ham is unhappy with the grim and gritty re-writes they did.

NOTE:
There’s also a fictional story within this story, which is a spoof of Kraven’s Last Hunt, featuring Raven the Hunter, Spider-Ham, Mary Jane Waterbuffalo and May Porker.

Published the same month as Marvel Tales #216, which starts a two-part story. This likely happens between M/TALES 215-216.

WHAT THE--?! #18 (May 1992)
2nd Story:
By Barry Dutter & John Costanza

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Hoagy Bear, Bobo, Haggletooth, Rawhide (Hanna-Barbera analogues)

SYNOPSIS:
Hoagy Bear is upset that Jamstone Park has become so dirty and polluted, that he convinces his friends to steal a spaceship and look for a cleaner planet. Spider-Ham stops them, and convinces them to clean up Jamstone instead of leaving it.

NOTE:
There are other Hanna-Barbera analogues here, but they aren’t given names.

WHAT THE--?! #20 (August 1992)
By Aaron Lopresti

APPEARANCES:
Forbush Man, Aunt Mayhem, George Bush, Negative Forbush Man

SYNOPSIS:
Forbush Man wakes up with a wart on his finger and eventually realizes it’s granted him awesome powers. He makes himself king of the world, but is soon attacked by an evil version of himself, who also has unlimited powers, Negative Forbush Man. Negative Forbush Man abducts him and retreats to an alternate universe. And so begins the INFINITY WART crossover!

2nd Story:
By Sholly Fisch & Rurik Tyler

APPEARANCES:
Milk & Cookies, Aunt Mayhem, Negative Forbush Man, Bread & Water (evil versions of Milk & Cookies), Marble Universe versions of Spider-Man, Thing, Ant-Man, Beast, Iron Man & others, Spider-Ham

SYNOPSIS:
Milk & Cookies are shopping and meet Aunt Mayhem, Forbush Man’s aunt. They’re attacked by Negative Forbush Man, who sends Aunt Mayhem away and creates doppelgangers of Milk & Cookies: Bread & Water. When Milk & Cookies win the fight, Negative Forbush Man traps Milk & Cookies under every hero in the Marble Universe. Milk & Cookies breaks through the bottom of the panel and lands in a different universe, where they’re greeted by Spider-Ham!

3rd Story:
By Barry Dutter & John Costanza

APPEARANCES:
Forbush Man, Negative Forbush Man, Spider-Ham, Milk & Cookies, Pork Grind (Spider-Ham doppelganger, a pig version of Venom), Wolverina

SYNOPSIS:
Negative Forbush Man tortures Forbush Man until he’s distracted by Spider-Ham meeting Milk & Cookies. Meanwhile, Spider-Ham attacks Milk & Cookies until he figures out they’re good guys. They’re all attacked by Pork Grind, Spider-Ham’s doppelganger. Spider-Ham eats some spinach and defeats Pork Grind. Suddenly, they’re all approached by Wolverina.

NOTE:
Negative Forbush Man calls Milk & Cookies’ world “the Humorverse” (where everything is funny) and Spider-Ham’s world “the Aniverse” (where everyone is a talking animal). He also says (in not so many words) these worlds tend to overlap, merge and separate a lot.

4th Story:
By Scott Lobdell & Dennis Jensen

APPEARANCES:
Wolverina, Spider-Ham, Milk & Cookies, Forbush Man, Negative Forbush Man

SYNOPSIS:
The group ambush and defeat Negative Forbush Man and free Forbush Man, then go their separate ways.

WHAT THE--?! #22 (October 1992)
2nd Story:
By Barry Dutter & John Costanza

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, J. Jonah Jackal, Doctor Octopussycat

SYNOPSIS:
Doctor Octopussycat has a bomb on top of the Empire State Building, so Jonah sends Peter Porker to take pictures of it. As Spider-Ham, he has a hard time getting to the top of the building, but when he does, Doctor Octopussycat has fallen asleep. Spider-Ham pushes him and his bomb off the building.

WHAT THE--?! #24
(December 1992)
2nd Story:
By Barry Dutter & John Costanza

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Liz Gobbler, Normie Gobbler, Green Gobbler (bts)

SYNOPSIS:
Peter Porker is babysitting Normie so Liz can go to the movies. Peter’s not worried about anything happening, because the Green Gobbler is in jail. Oweve, Normie gets into the supply closet and starts flying around on the Gobbler Glider. Spider-Ham has to get Normie back in the house before Liz returns.

WHAT THE--?! #26 (Fall 1993)
By “Big” Barry Dutter & “Jumpin” John Costanza

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham 2099 (Piguel O’Malley), Ducktor Doom 2099, Layla, Punfisher 2099, Rat-Itch 2099

SYNOPSIS:
Piguel O’Malley is a janitor working late. He’s told to stay away frm the vat of spider venom, but when Ducktor Doom bursts in, he’s knocked in to it and gains spider powers. He goes home, chats with his house robot Layla, then puts on the super hero outfit he keeps in the closet “just in case.” He goes looking for Ducktor Doom but is distracted by Rat-Itch and Punfisher. They agree to go after Ducktor Doom together, but Punfisher and Rat-Itch are too busy fighting with each other. Spider-Ham confronts Ducktor Doom, who reveals he was only trying to get a green card.

NOTE:
Piguel mentions that Peter Porker is his ancestor.

WHA…HUH? (2005)
No Spider-Ham stories here; he’s just on the cover.

SPIDER-HAM 25TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL #1 (August 2010)
By Tom DeFalco & Jacob Chabot

APPEARANCES:
Spider-Ham, Doctor Octopussycat, Mysteriape, Eelectro, Sandmanatee, Green Gobbler, Buzzard, Mary Crane, May Porker, J. Jonah Jackal, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray, Captain Americat (as Steve Mouser)

SYNOPSIS:
Tired of losing fights against Spider-Ham, his villains form a group to beat him: the Swinester Six! Peter Porker leaves for work at the Daily Beagle, excited about his 25th birthday. However, J. Jonah Jackal is kidnapped by the Swinester Six, as are Mary Crane and May Porker, because they witnessed it. The Buzzard gloats about the abduction at the Daily Beagle, so Peter goes looking for them as Spider-Ham. Obviously, Spider-Ham defeats the villains, and later Peter goes to his birthday party.

NOTE:
There’s a reminder flashback to Spider-Ham’s origin (him being a spider bitten by May Porker), but there’s no new information. Also, he has a “floating heads” remembrance of a bunch of characters he’s run into over the years, and Mary Jane Waterbuffalo is one of them. So, Mary Jane and Mary Crane are two different characters, and I guess Peter and Mary Jane got a divorce or something at some point.

2nd Story:
By Tom DeFalco & Adam DeKraker

APPEARANCES:
Crayfin the Bunter, Spider-Ham (Peter Porker), Swiney-Girl (Mayday Porker), Mary Crane Porker, J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr., Bunsen Bunny, Upton Adam Stray

SYNOPSIS:
Crayfin the Bunter is upset because Peter Porker wrote a story exposing his use of steroids, and he’s been kicked out of baseball. For revenge, he kidnaps Porker and some of the Daily Beagle staff. Porker’s daughter Mayday puts on her Swiney-Girl suit and goes to save them, but Crayfin buried her alive. She digs herself out and frees her dad, who puts on his Spider-Ham suit; he frees the Daily Beagle staff while she beats up Crayfin.

NOTE:
Split in two parts, separated by the third story.

A future story, obviously modeled on MC2’s Spider-Girl. Jeremiah is now the Daily Beagle publisher. If it weren’t for Spider-Verse and Spider-Ham’s continued appearances after that, I would have just stuck these appearances on the end of the various character chronologies.

3rd Story:
By Tom Peyer & Agnes Garbowska

APPEARANCES:
Watcher, Assistant Watcher, Spider-Ham (transformed into Spider-Human), Ducktor Doom

SYNOPSIS:
The Assistant Watcher views a silly alternate reality and tells us about it: Ducktor Doom transforms Spider-Ham into a human, hoping that Spider-Ham would be humiliated. However, now that he’s a human, Spider-Human cooks Ducktor Doom and eats him. The Watcher quizzes the Assistant Watcher about the reality he just viewed, but he wasn’t paying attention. As punishment, the Watcher assigns him to view every variation of “What If Sgt. Fury Fought World War II in Outer Space?”

NOTE:
This is an alternate reality where the Watcher has an assistant, viewing an alternate version of Spider-Ham’s universe.

Up next: chronologies!
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Re: SPIDER-HAM!

Post by Somebody » Mon Jan 04, 2016 11:56 pm

Col_Fury wrote:Also, he has a “floating heads” remembrance of a bunch of characters he’s run into over the years, and Mary Jane Waterbuffalo is one of them. So, Mary Jane and Mary Crane are two different characters, and I guess Peter and Mary Jane got a divorce or something at some point.
I blame Mothisto. And Joe Quesanteater.

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Re: SPIDER-HAM!

Post by Col_Fury » Tue Jan 05, 2016 12:53 am

Not J. Marsupial Straczynski? :)
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AUNT MAYHEM | FORBUSH-VERSE
WT? 20
WT? 20/2

BREAD | HUMOR-VERSE
WT? 20/2

BUSH, GEORGE | FORBUSH-VERSE
WT? 20

COOKIES | HUMOR-VERSE
WT? 20/2
WT? 20/3
WT? 20/4

FORBUSH-MAN/IRVING FORBUSH | FORBUSH-VERSE
[NBE 5]
PPSSHAM 1-FB
M/TALES 211/2
WT? 20
WT? 20/3
WT? 20/4

HOWARD THE DUCK

HTD 33
*M/TALES 237/2
S-H2 14


MILK | HUMOR-VERSE
WT? 20/2
WT? 20/3
WT? 20/4

NEGATIVE FORBUSH-MAN | FORBUSH-VERSE
WT? 20
WT? 20/2
WT? 20/3
WT? 20/4

RHINOSE | FORBUSH-VERSE
M/TALES 211/2

WATER | HUMOR-VERSE
WT? 20/2

WOLVERINA/LOGANA | WHAT THE-VERSE
WT? 20/3
WT? 20/4

*

ALLEYCAT, LIZ
PPSSHAM 15

ANT ANT
PPSSHAM 11/2
PPSSHAM 17/2

AROMA
PPSSHAM 6/2

ASININE TORCH
PPSSHAM 9/2-FB
PPSSHAM 9/2

B.O.
PPSSHAM 9

BADGER
PPSSHAM 16/2

BARKER, BOBCAT
PPSSHAM 17/2

BARON ZEBRO
PPSSHAM 16

BAT-BIRD
M/TALES 230/2
M/TALES 233/2

BAT-MOUSE
M/TALES 239/2
M/TALES 240/2

BAXTER-BIRDNEY, MEREDITH
M/TALES 205/2

BEAKFACE, DR. THADDEUS
PPSSHAM 5

BEAR, RAYMOND
PPSSHAM 8

BEE-DAZZLER
PPSSHAM 17/2

BEE-YONDER
PPSSHAM 12
PPSSHAM 17/2

BIRD-DOG, RICHARD
PPSSHAM 2

BIRDWING, HENN
WT? 3

BLACK CAT
M/TALES 236/2

BLACK CATFISH
M/TALES 207/2
M/TALES 208/2

BLACK JACKAL/J. JONAH JACKAL
See J. Jonah Jackal

BLACK PANDA
PPSSHAM 15/2
PPSSHAM 17/2

BOBO
WT? 18

BOOKWORM
M/TALES 206/2-FB
{M/TALES 205/2}
M/TALES 206/2

BRANT, BATTY
PPSSHAM 15

BRANT-EATER, BETTY
M/TALES 230/2

BREADED BOREMAMMUU
PPSSHAM 4/2

BULLET BUNNY/BUNSEN BUNNY
See Bunsen Bunny

BULLFROG/HOPPITY HARRISON
PPSSHAM 2

BUNNY, BUNSEN
PPSSHAM 1
PPSSHAM 2
PPSSHAM 3
PPSSHAM 4
PPSSHAM 5
PPSSHAM 6
PPSSHAM 7
PPSSHAM 8
PPSSHAM 9
PPSSHAM 10
PPSSHAM 11
PPSSHAM 12
PPSSHAM 13
PPSSHAM 14
PPSSHAM 15
PPSSHAM 17
M/TALES 201/2
M/TALES 202/2
M/TALES 203/2
M/TALES 204/2
SHAM25A

BUNNY, BUNSEN | FUTURE
SHAM25A /2

BURLY
M/TALES 218/2-FB
M/TALES 218/2

BUZZARD
PPSSHAM 2
SHAM25A

BYLINE, MINKZY
PPSSHAM 2

CAPTAIN AMERICAT/STEVE MOUSER
M/TAILS 1
PPSSHAM 5
PPSSHAM 14/2
PPSSHAM 16
PPSSHAM 17/2
M/TALES 210/2
SHAM25A

CAPTAIN AMERIKID | MARVEL BABIES-VERSE
M/TALES 219/2
M/TALES 223/2

CAPTAIN ZOONIVERSE/PETER PORKER
See Spider-Ham

CARIBOU, WINSTON
PPSSHAM 10-FB
PPSSHAM 10

CARPLE, SEALIA
M/TALES 214/2-FB

CATERPILLAR, DAVID
PPSSHAM 4

CHAINSAW
M/TAILS 1/2

CHAMELEON
M/TALES 236/2

CHICKENSTEIN, DR./RICK
PPSSHAM 13

CHICKENSTEIN’S MONSTER
PPSSHAM 13

CHIEF SITTING DUCK
PPSSHAM 3-FB
PPSSHAM 3

COLLOSSO-BUG
PPSSHAM 2/2
PPSSHAM 17/2

COYOTE, TRUMAN
PPSSHAM 15

CRANE, MARY
SHAM25A

CRAYFIN THE BUNTER | FUTURE
SHAM25A /2

CROAK
PPSSHAM 16/2
PPSSHAM 17/2

CROCTOR STRANGE/STEAMIN STRANGE
PPSSHAM 4/2
PPSSHAM 17/2
M/TALES 209/2
M/TALES 210/2

CUR-ASAWA
PPSSHAM 8

CYCLOPS-BUG
PPSSHAM 2/2

DE MONKEY, REBECCA
PPSSHAM 15

DEATHSQUAWK
PPSSHAM 13/2

DEERDEVIL/BURDOCK
PPSSHAM 7/2
PPSSHAM 17/2

DOC CLAMSON
PPSSHAM 16

DOCTOR DOOM-BALL | MARVEL BALLS-VERSE
M/TALES 209/2
M/TALES 210/2

DOCTOR OCTO-BALL | MARVEL BALLS-VERSE
M/TALES 209/2
M/TALES 210/2

DOCTOR OCTOPUSSYCAT
PPSSHAM 17/2
M/TALES 212/2-BTS
M/TALES 214/2
M/TALES 215/2
M/TALES 236/2
WT? 22/2
SHAM25A

DOO WOP DOO
PPSSHAM 16

DRAGON-LASSY/JOAN COLLIE
PPSSHAM 11
PPSSHAM 17

DUCKTOR DOOM
PPSSHAM 1-FB
PPSSHAM 1
PPSSHAM 6
PPSSHAM 17
PPSSHAM 17/2
M/TALES 216/2
M/TALES 217/2
M/TALES 236/2

DUCKTOR DOOM | 2099
WT? 26

DUCKTOR DOOM | BIRD-VERSE
M/TALES 237/2

DUCKSTER/MILTON BEARLE
M/TALES 239/2
M/TALES 240/2

DUGAN, DODO
PPSSHAM 13/2
PPSSHAM 16

EELECTRO
M/TALES 236/2
SHAM25A

FARNSWORTH, JUNIOR III
PPSSHAM 5

FOX, MICHAEL J.
M/TALES 205/2

FROGGY
PPSSHAM 7/2

FURRY, COL. NICK
PPSSHAM 13/2
PPSSHAM 16

GALACTYPUS
PPSSHAM 12/2

GHECKO, BUDDY
PPSSHAM 15

GIBBON, MEL
PPSSHAM 15

GNUHART, BOB
M/TALES 205/2

GOBBLER, LIZ
WT? 24/2

GOBBLER, NORMIE
WT? 24/2

GOLDFISH, WHOOPIE
PPSSHAM 15

GOOSE RIDER
M/TAILS 1/2
PPSSHAM 17/2

GREEN GOBBLER
SHAM25A

GREEN GOBBLER II
WT? 24/2-BTS

GREEN GOPHER
M/TALES 236/2

GREY GOPHER/GOPHER BAROQUE
PPSSHAM 14/2

GROUSE, WILLIAM RANDOLPH
PPSSHAM 4

GRUNION, J. PAUL
PPSSHAM 4

HAGGLETOOTH
WT? 18

HAMMERHEAD SHARK
M/TALES 236/2

HAMPSTER-THING/J. HAMILTON HAMPSTER
PPSSHAM 10/2

HATE-MONGREL
PPSSHAM 17/2

HEDGEHOG, RUBERT
PPSSHAM 2

HERBDILL
PPSSHAM 5/2

HOAGY BEAR
WT? 18

HOBGOBBY-BALL | MARVEL BALLS-VERSE
M/TALES 209/2
M/TALES 210/2

HOBGOBBLER
PPSSHAM 15
PPSSHAM 17/2

HOCKEYPUCK
PPSSHAM 6/2

HOG-ZILLA
PPSSHAM 8

HOPE, DUCK
M/TALES 239/2
M/TALES 240/2

HORSE, ARSENIO
M/TALES 247/2

HOUND, E. HOWARD
PPSSHAM 4

HULK BUNNY/DR. BRUCE BUNNY
M/TAILS 1
PPSSHAM 17/2

HULK-BALL | MARVEL BALLS-VERSE
M/TALES 209/2
M/TALES 210/2

HUMONGOUS HAM-DROID
PPSSHAM 16
PPSSHAM 16/2

HYDRO-DOG
M/TALES 236/2

INVISI-JACKAL JUNIOR/J. JEREMIAH JACKAL JR.
See J. Jeremiah Jackal Jr.

INVISIBLE GORILLA
PPSSHAM 1-FB
PPSSHAM 12/2

INVISIBLE LITTLE GIRL | MARVEL BABIES-VERSE
M/TALES 219/2
M/TALES 223/2

IRON BABY | MARVEL BABIES-VERSE
M/TALES 219/2
M/TALES 223/2

IRON MOUSE
PPSSHAM 3/2
PPSSHAM 16
PPSSHAM 17/2

IRONING BOAR/WON-TON
M/TALES 211/2

JACKAL, J. JEREMIAH JR.
PPSSHAM 1
PPSSHAM 2
PPSSHAM 3
PPSSHAM 4
PPSSHAM 5
PPSSHAM 6
PPSSHAM 7
PPSSHAM 8
PPSSHAM 9
PPSSHAM 10
PPSSHAM 11
PPSSHAM 12
PPSSHAM 13
PPSSHAM 14
PPSSHAM 15
PPSSHAM 17
M/TALES 201/2
M/TALES 202/2
M/TALES 203/2
M/TALES 204/2
SHAM25A

JACKAL, J. JEREMIAH JR. | FUTURE
SHAM25A /2

JACKAL, JEREMIAH SR.
PPSSHAM 4-BTS

JACKAL, J. JOANNA
PPSSHAM 5

JACKAL, J. JONAH
PPSSHAM 10 (6:6 - 7:1)-FB
{M/TAILS 1}
PPSSHAM 1
PPSSHAM 2
PPSSHAM 3
PPSSHAM 4
PPSSHAM 5
PPSSHAM 6
PPSSHAM 7
PPSSHAM 8
PPSSHAM 9
PPSSHAM 10 (7:2)-FB
PPSSHAM 10
PPSSHAM 11
PPSSHAM 12
PPSSHAM 13
PPSSHAM 14
PPSSHAM 15
PPSSHAM 17
M/TALES 201/2
M/TALES 202/2
M/TALES 203/2
M/TALES 204/2
WT? 22/2
SHAM25A

JAGUAR, MICK
PPSSHAM 15

KANGAROO THE CONQUEROR | 30TH CENTURY
PPSSHAM 15/2

KINGPIG
PPSSHAM 12
PPSSHAM 17/2
M/TALES 236/2

KITTY-BUG
PPSSHAM 17/2

LAMBERS, ANN
M/TALES 217/2-BTS

LAYLA | 2099
WT? 26

LEMUR, LORELI
PPSSHAM 4-FB
PPSSHAM 4

LI’L HAWKEYE | MARVEL BABIES-VERSE
M/TALES 219/2
M/TALES 223/2

LIZARD
M/TALES 236/2

LOOKY
PPSSHAM 5/2
PPSSHAM 17/2

MAD STINKER
PPSSHAM 16
PPSSHAM 16/2

MAGSQUITO
PPSSHAM 2/2
PPSSHAM 16
PPSSHAM 17/2

MALPRACTUS/DR. SPECK | MARVEL BABIES-VERSE
M/TALES 219/2
M/TALES 223/2

MANDARINGTAIL
PPSSHAM 16

MANDRILL, BARBARA
PPSSHAM 15

MANITEE, BARRY
PPSSHAM 15

MARKUP
PPSSHAM 10/2

MASKED MARAUDER/QUINCY QUACKERS
M/TAILS 1

MASTER FANTASTIC | MARVEL BABIES-VERSE
M/TALES 219/2
M/TALES 223/2

MECHANO-HOG-ZILLA
PPSSHAM 8

MITEY THOR | MARVEL BABIES-VERSE
M/TALES 219/2
M/TALES 223/2

MOLTEN MANDRILL
M/TALES 236/2

MOOMMY/OLD MCDONALD
PPSSHAM 13

MOOSTER FANTASTIC
PPSSHAM 1-FB
PPSSHAM 12/2

MORRIS, WOODCHUCK
PPSSHAM 9

MUTT, CHARLES FOSTER/CHARLES FOSTER “YUPPY” PUPP
PPSSHAM 5

MYSTERIAPE
SHAM25A

MYSTERIOYSTER
M/TALES 236/2

NAGNETO
PPSSHAM 3/2

NICHOLSON, YAK
M/TALES 210/2

NIGHTCRAWLER-BUG
PPSSHAM 2/2

ODARN
PPSSHAM 5/2

ONE-FEATHR
PPSSHAM 3-FB
PPSSHAM 3

ORORO-BUG
PPSSHAM 2/2
PPSSHAM 17/2

OSTRICH, OZZY
PPSSHAM 14

PASTE POT PEEP
PPSSHAM 16

PAW
PPSSHAM 17/2
M/TALES 207/2

PEEP, MERYL
PPSSHAM 15

PERSUEDER
M/TALES 228/2

PIGEON
PPSSHAM 15/2

PINHEAD OF CRIME
PPSSHAM 13

PORK GRIND
WT? 20/3

PORKER, MARY CRANE | FUTURE
SHAM25A /2

PORKER, MAY
M/TALES 218/2-FB
PPSSHAM 15-FB
{PPSSHAM 6}
PPSSHAM 15
M/TALES 216/2
M/TALES 218/2
M/TALES 240/2
SHAM25A

POWER DOG
PPSSHAM 17/2

POWER PUSS/UPTON ADAM STRAY
See Upton Adam Stray

PROFESSOR X-BUG
PPSSHAM 2/2

PROWLER
M/TALES 236/2

PUNFISHER/FRANK CARPLE
M/TALES 214/2-FB
{M/TALES 212/2}
M/TALES 214/2
M/TALES 215/2
M/TALES 228/2
M/TALES 229/2
M/TALES 236/2

PUNFISHER | 2099
WT? 26

QUACKER, SONNY
PPSSHAM 12

QUACKSILVER
PPSSHAM 15/2

QUAKULA/DICK
PPSSHAM 13

RACCOON, RONALD
PPSSHAM 16

RANCID ONE
PPSSHAM 4/2

RAT-ITCH | 2099
WT? 26

RAVEN THE HUNTER
M/TALES 236/2

RAWHIDE
WT? 18

RENO, CAPT.
PPSSHAM 4-FB
PPSSHAM 4

RHINO
M/TALES 236/2

ROBIRDSON, JOE
M/TALES 201/2

ROCKET RATSER
M/TALES 236/2

SALAMANDER, JIM
WT? 3
M/TALES 230/2
M/TALES 233/2
M/TALES 247/2

SANDHAM
M/TALES 236/2

SANDMANATEE
PPSSHAM 11/2
SHAM25A

SANITY CLAWS
PPSSHAM 7/2

SAUR, DINAH
PPSSHAM 15

SAVIYAK, ALEX
WT? 3

SCARLET POOCH
PPSSHAM 15/2

SCORPION
M/TALES 236/2

SEEGAR
M/TALES 218/2-FB
M/TALES 218/2

SHEEPDOG, CYBILL
PPSSHAM 15
M/TALES 205/2

SHMAGEGGI
PPSSHAM 5/2

SHOCK-CUR
M/TALES 201/2

SHOCTERPUSS
M/TALES 236/2

SILVER BURPER | MARVEL BABIES-VERSE
M/TALES 219/2
M/TALES 223/2

SILVER SOW/SYLVIA SOWMEISTER
M/TALES 224/2-FB
M/TALES 224/2
M/TALES 225/2
M/TALES 226/2

SILVER SQUIRREL
PPSSHAM 8/2

SIMIAN TORCH
PPSSHAM 1-FB
PPSSHAM 12/2

SLUG, RICARDO
PPSSHAM 12

SNIPE, CYNTHIA
PPSSHAM 4
PPSSHAM 5

SNOW-YOUSE
PPSSHAM 6/2

SPIDER-HAM/PETER PORKER
PPSSHAM 15-FB
M/TALES 224/2-FB
M/TALES 227/2-FB
{M/TAILS 1}
PPSSHAM 1
PPSSHAM 2
PPSSHAM 3
PPSSHAM 4
PPSSHAM 5
PPSSHAM 6
PPSSHAM 7
PPSSHAM 8
PPSSHAM 9
PPSSHAM 10
PPSSHAM 11
PPSSHAM 12
PPSSHAM 13
PPSSHAM 14
PPSSHAM 15
PPSSHAM 16
PPSSHAM 17
PPSSHAM 17/2
M/TALES 201/2
M/TALES 202/2
M/TALES 203/2
M/TALES 204/2
M/TALES 205/2
M/TALES 206/2
M/TALES 207/2
M/TALES 208/2
M/TALES 209/2
M/TALES 210/2
M/TALES 211/2
M/TALES 212/2
M/TALES 214/2
M/TALES 215/2
WT? 3
M/TALES 216/2
M/TALES 217/2
M/TALES 218/2
M/TALES 219/2
M/TALES 223/2
M/TALES 224/2
M/TALES 225/2
M/TALES 226/2
M/TALES 227/2
M/TALES 228/2
M/TALES 229/2
M/TALES 230/2
M/TALES 233/2
M/TALES 236/2
M/TALES 237/2
M/TALES 239/2
M/TALES 240/2
M/TALES 247/2
WT? 18/2
WT? 20/2
WT? 20/3
WT? 20/4
WT? 22/2
WT? 24/2
SHAM25A
[ASM3 10]

SPIDER-HAM/PETER PORKER | FUTURE
SHAM25A /2

SPIDER-HAM/PIGUEL O’MALLEY | 2099
WT? 26

SPIDEY-BALL | MARVEL BALLS-VERSE
M/TALES 209/2
M/TALES 210/2

SPRINGCHICKEN, BRUCE
PPSSHAM 15

SQUAWKEYE
PPSSHAM 15/2

STEGRON
M/TALES 236/2

STINKERER
M/TALES 236/2

STRAY, UPTON ADAM
PPSSHAM 1
PPSSHAM 2
PPSSHAM 3
PPSSHAM 4
PPSSHAM 5
PPSSHAM 6
PPSSHAM 7
PPSSHAM 8
PPSSHAM 9
PPSSHAM 10
PPSSHAM 11
PPSSHAM 12
PPSSHAM 13
PPSSHAM 14
PPSSHAM 15
PPSSHAM 17
M/TALES 201/2
M/TALES 202/2
M/TALES 203/2
M/TALES 204/2
SHAM25A

STRAY, UPTON ADAM | FUTURE
SHAM25A /2

STURGEON, ROD
M/TALES 209/2-FB

SUB-MARSUPIAL
PPSSHAM 9/2-FB
PPSSHAM 9/2

SUB-MERCHANDIZER/PRINCE KAYMAR
PPSSHAM 10/2

SUB-TEENER/PRINCE PLAYMORE | MARVEL BABIES-VERSE
M/TALES 219/2
M/TALES 223/2

SUMMERSQUASH/WALRUS LAMEBRAINSKI
PPSSHAM 6/2

SWEET THING | MARVEL BABIES-VERSE
M/TALES 219/2
M/TALES 223/2

SWILLIS, BRUCE
M/TALES 205/2

SWINEY-GIRL/MAYDAY PORKER | FUTURE
SHAM25A /2

TABBY, ELIZABETH
PPSSHAM 2

TARANTULA
M/TALES 236/2

THANG/BEN GRIZZLY
PPSSHAM 1-FB
PPSSHAM 12/2
PPSSHAM 17/2

THING-BALL | MARVEL BALLS-VERSE
M/TALES 209/2
M/TALES 210/2

THRR
PPSSHAM 5/2
PPSSHAM 17/2

TODDLER TORCH | MARVEL BABIES-VERSE
M/TALES 219/2
M/TALES 223/2

TOMBENSTAIN BEAR, FLASH
M/TALES 227/2-FB
M/TALES 227/2
M/TALES 228/2
M/TALES 229/2

TOMCAT, FLASH
PPSSHAM 15

TRINKET/ELIZABETH TWODEADANIMALS
PPSSHAM 6/2

TURTLE, SNAPPY
PPSSHAM 10

ULTROG
PPSSHAM 15/2

UNCLE SCRAM
M/TALES 201/2
M/TALES 202/2
M/TALES 203/2
M/TALES 204/2

VON KAMPF, BARON WASTE
PPSSHAM 7

VULTURE
M/TALES 236/2

WALRUS
PPSSHAM 15/2

WARTHOG, ANDY
PPSSHAM 15

WATERBUFFALO, MARY JANE
PPSSHAM 15
PPSSHAM 16
M/TALES 202/2
M/TALES 203/2
M/TALES 205/2
M/TALES 207/2
M/TALES 208/2
M/TALES 216/2
M/TALES 224/2
M/TALES 225/2
M/TALES 226/2
M/TALES 230/2
M/TALES 233/2
M/TALES 236/2
M/TALES 237/2-BTS

WATERBUFFALO-PORKER, MARY JANE
See Mary Jane Waterbuffalo

WASPBUNNY
PPSSHAM 11/2

WATCHDOG
PPSSHAM 8/2

WEASELLY WHIZZARD
PPSSHAM 9/2

WHALES, ORSON
PPSSHAM 9

WHOATCHER | BIRD-VERSE
M/TALES 237/2

WILL-O-THE-WISP
M/TALES 236/2

WOLVERINE-BUG
PPSSHAM 2/2
PPSSHAM 17/2

YURCHAYNZ, KASTOFF
M/TALES 217/2

YURCHAYNZ, MRS.
M/TALES 217/2
-Daron Jensen

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