Mister Bones - Bibliography - Significant Stories

Significant Stories

  • Infinity, Inc. #16-18 (July 1985-September 1985) - The Helix battle Infinity, Inc.
  • Infinity, Inc. #29 (August 1986); "Situation Terminal" - Mr. Bones' leg is bitten off by Carcharo.
  • Infinity, Inc. #38 (May 1987); "Helix Takes the Stand" - Mr. Bones put into custody of Infinity, Inc.
  • Infinity, Inc. #51 (June 1988); "A Death in the Family" - Mr. Bones unwillingly kills Skyman.
  • Infinity, Inc. #52 (July 1988); "To Love and to Die in L.A." - Mr. Bones officially joins Infinity, Inc..
  • Infinity, Inc. #53 (August 1988); "Death, When it Must Come" - Infinity, Inc. disbands.
  • Chase #4 (May 1998); "Weep for the Future" - Mr. Bones becomes Director of the Department of Extranormal Operations.

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