Spy Guy (1984)
I drew “Spy Guy” during my freshman year in high school. It featured Jack Sneakly, working for Spy Central, battling against the sunglass wearing agents of COAT (COunterspies And Terrorists). He was a little less smooth than – say – James Bond, so he was given the designation “Double Oh Zero”.
The Case of the Missing Uranium
COAT has stolen uranium and made an atomic bomb. Our hero travels the world in search of the infamous scientist Stanley Gigglebaum, driven mad because people made fun of his name.
The Case of the Mind Sifter
Five famous scientists are missing… kidnapped by agents at Spy Central! They all die from a mysterious ailment before they can give any answers. Can Our Hero get to the bottom of the mystery before losing his own life?
By the way, “Mind Sifter” comes from a Star Trek episode. I always liked the name… thought it sounded especially evil coming from the Klingon commander in Errand of Mercy.
The Case of the Stolen Satellites
Rockets from around the world have been lost in space. The US has lost an orbital weapon capable of worldwide devestation. Jack Sneakly is on the case!
I put this out here, but – beware! It is unfinished. While I always meant to get back to it, considering 23 years have passed without any additional work, I wouln’t hold my breath on a conclusion!