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Power Pack is a team of fictional child superhero in the Marvel Comics universe. They were created by writer Louise Simonson and artist June Brigman and first appeared in their own comic book series in 1984. The series lasted 62 issues. The characters have since appeared in other books.
Power Pack is noteworthy for being the first team of preteen superheroes in the Marvel Universe and the first in comics to operate without adult supervision. The series was one of the first mainstream Marvel hits supplied through the then-developing direct market, with regular sales estimated in the range of 90–97,000 per month – considered above average sales for the time. The title retains a cult following and in 2005 was relaunched as a title aimed at younger readers ( ) – though this was eventually declared a separate continuity from that of the original series.
The Power Pack series premiered in May 1984 (cover date August 1984) in a double issue written by Louise Simonson, penciled by June Brigman, and inked by Bob Wiacek. The series continued through early 1991, during which time Brigman and Wiacek were replaced by Jon Bogdanove and Hilary Barta as principal artists, and Bogdanove eventually took over as writer.
Dramatic changes were made to the series' art and storylines in 1990, when Michael Higgins and Tom Morgan were brought in to make the comic edgier and more adult beginning with issue #56. The changes were largely reviled by Power Pack readers, and the series was canceled six months later with issue #62. A year and a half after the cancellation of the series, creators Louise Simonson and June Brigman teamed up on the Power Pack Holiday Special, which undid all of the plotlines started by Michael Higgins.
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