The Eyes Have It!
|Title:||The Eyes Have It!|
|Publisher:||Wizard Works/Emerald City Press|
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Some volumes have include a "!" at the end of the title, and others don't.
The Eyes Have It! 1 was published in 1988 and contains 99 pages.
- Return Engagement (Simon and Simon) (25 pages)
- Never Forgotten (Simon and Simon) (3 pages)
- Come Together (Magnum PI) (3 pages)
- Film At 11:00 (Murder She Wrote) (18 pages)
- A Mother and Son, A Soliloquy (Simon and Simon) (4 pages)
- Broken Illusion (Simon and Simon) (30 pages)
The Eyes Have It! 2 contains 132 pages and while undated, was probably published in 1989. It contains no interior art.
- My Space, editorial (0)
- Ghostriders, fiction by Brenda Anders (Simon and Simon) (1)
- To: Lily Catherine, poem by Elizabeth Yost (Magnum PI) (32)
- Summer's Out of Reach, fiction by Michele Lellouche (Riptide) ( (33)
- Mirror, Mirror On the Wall, fiction by Margaret Basta (Remington Steele) (51)
- Slaver's Steele, fiction by Valerie DeVries (Remington Steele) (60)
- Partners, fiction by Marion Hall (Simon and Simon) (111)
- San Diego's Finest, fiction by Char Way (Simon and Simon) (121)
The Eyes Have It! 3 was published in 1990 and is 103 pages long.
- Haunting Memories (Simon and Simon) by Char Wray. The Simon family attend a Vietnam Veterans picnic where A.J. learns that not all the battlefields of that war were fought in Southeast Asia. With the help of a vet, A.J. is finally able to put the war behind him. (6 pages)
- What's A Little War Between Friends? (Riptide) by Cinda Gillilan. The beginning of the Riptide Agency wasn't smooth sailing. Seven years of wandering, small jobs and war memories stood between Allen and Ryder. Reprinted in The Boss and Bodacious Special Gen Collection #1. (22 pages)
- A Father and Son Reunion (Simon and Simon) by Marion Hall. The magic of Christmas trees and Christmas eve lets A.J. talk to his father. A heartwarming story of love and dreams. (26 pages)
- A Traffic In Dreams (Miami Vice) by Valerie DeVries. Crockett and Tubbs are assigned to "babysit" a presidential candidate--easy job, huh? Not if Tory has anything to say about it! (18 pages)
- Over There (Jake and the Fatman) by Michele Lellouche. Derek and Jake are on a case. All roads leads to London. How are they in trouble with Scotland Yard? It takes some quick thinking and a little help from J.L. to set things right. (22 pages)
- All Ill 'cept The Boz, Still (Riptide) by Cinda Gillilan. Nick and Cody are suffering from an extremely long bout of the flu--Boz invents a pointedly shocking way to cure them. Reprinted in The Boss and Bodacious Special Gen Collection #1. (7 pages)
The Eyes Have It! 4 was published in May 1991 and is 163 pages long.
- Lullaby by J. Sibley (Simon and Simon) (6 pages)
- Self-Delusions (Professionals) by Valerie DeVries. When Bodie and Doyle are sent to protect a key witness, things keep blowing up around them. They uncover a plot to destroy CI5. Who would want the agents dead? Or do they really want their witness? Read Self-Delusions to find out who lives and who dies. (47 pages)
- Paid In Full by D.D. Brischke. (Hardcastle and McCormick/Magnum, P.I.) When Mark and the Judge visit an old friend in Hawaii, it turns into more than just a vacation for Mark, Magnum and the whole crew. Robin Masters needed his friend Hardcastle, Hardcastle needed his friend Mark, together they needed TC, Rick, Magnum, Higgins, and Icepick. What does Icepick have behind those walls? How can Magnum possibly help Mark in the Grand Prix? Will Higgins ever control the lads? (80 pages)
- It Was A Dark And Stormy Night, Part 1. Take ten different authors, add ten different fandoms, put them in a suspected haunted house and we'll bet anything can happen. Follow Rick and A.J., Nick, Cody and Boz, the A-Team, Agent Cooper, Remington Steele, and others on a search for answers to their questions! Who are you? Are you married? (9 pages)
- Short Circuited by C. Sray (Riptide) (20 pages)
The Eyes Have It! 5 was published in May 1992 and contains 161 pages.
- Aloha, Mr. Simon (Multi-Media/Magnum, P.I.) by Mary Stano. Rick goes to Hawaii to help a buddy from 'Nam and disappears. A.J. follows, but it's hard to follow a trail that isn't there. Magnum knows the islands and has connections and A.J. needs all the help he can get, but from the Navy computers? (18 pages)
- Wrong Place, Wrong Time (Riptide) by Char Wray. When one of the Riptide Agency gets shot, the others can do nothing but wait. "How did it happen?" "...we were on the Pier when we ran into a robbery in progress...shots were fired and he went down...took a bullet in his chest." (2 pages)
- Just Players by Valerie DeVries (Simon and Simon/Magnum PI) (18 pages)
- Good Looking Italian Boys (Houston Knights/Quantum Leap) by Anne and Elaine Batterby. Well, Sam and Al are at it again, only this time they are in Houston, and Sam leaps into LaFiamma, a former Chicago cop now stationed in Houston. Sam's job is easy...he only has to prevent his own murder and figure out Lundy. It may be easier to solve the four other murders. (32 pages)
- It Was A Dark And Stormy Night, Part 2 by Carole G. Crater, Valerie DeVries, Jean Hinson, Robin LaSalle, and Joyce Strohm. Five authors continue our romp in the haunted house, now joined by Sam and Al, Miami Vice, Twin Peaks, and the characters of all our favorite shows. (14 pages)
- Night Court by D.D. Brischke (Hardcastle and McCormick) (62 pages)
The Eyes Have It! 6 contains 102 pages and was published in May 1993. It has fiction from Professionals, Riptide, Simon and Simon/Professionals, Riptide, Simon and Simon/Professionals, Simon and Simon/Magnum PI, and Quantum Leap/Scarecrow and Mrs. King.
- Lei of the Land by Mary G Stano (Simon & Simon - Magnum PI) (1)
- No Leap Of Roses by Anne Batterby & Elaine Batterby (Scarecrow & Mrs King - Quantum Leap) (10)
- Dangerous Game, poem by Melissa Mastoris, art by Todd Parrish (Hunt For Red October) (20)
- Nine-Tenths Of The Law by Joyce Strohm (Simon & Simon - Professionals) (21)
- Schoolmaster, poem by Melissa Mastoris (Hunt For Red October) (49)
- Abandon Ship by Valerie DeVries (Riptide) (50)
- Peace, poem by Melissa Mastoris (Hunt For Red October) (74)
- Aftershocks by Londa Pfeffer (Professionals) (75)
- Those Godammed Shit Sucking Vampires (Lost Boys) by Patricia Kelley--The famous "let's bring mama to dinner" scene, rewritten so there is a different ending to the movie. (1)
- Small Victory (The Fugitive (TV)) by Elaine Overby--Richard Kimball comes to terms with a bully in his new job. (11)
- Stealing Away (Houston Knights) by Valerie DeVries--It turns out to be a lousy Christmas for LaFiamma. First Lundy goes on vacation, then Joe gets shot. (13)
- Death of Mother & Country (Memphis Belle) by Melissa Mastoris--Poem. (20)
- Kung-Fu Two (Kung Fu: The Legend Continues) by Roberta Rogow--Filk. (21)
- Alice (The Last of the Mohicans) by Melissa Mastoris--Poem. (22)
- The Power of Love (Batman) by Patricia Kelley--Can Two-Face ever really love someone? (23)
- Worth the Wear of Winning (The Real Ghostbusters) by Sheila Paulson (25)
- A Christmas Promise (Remington Steele) by Heidi Bloebaum--After the episode "Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, and Steele", Laura knows what to get Steele for Christmas. (38)
- Patient Summary for Harvey Dent (Batman) by Patricia Kelley (40)
- Justice (JFK) by Melissa Mastoris--Poem. (51)
- Steele Stetsons (Remington Steele/Scarecrow and Mrs. King) by Debra and Anna Barber--What happens when Steele and Ms. Holt come to Washington to find Mildred? (53)
- The 1,000-Year Long Night (The Fugitive) by Elaine Overby--Richard Kimble evades a police cordon. (2 pages)
- Titans Together, Titans Forever (Teen Titans/Justice League) by Patricia Kelley--A grim story in which the Justice League discovers the Titans murdered by a supernatural entity, and must watch their final moments. (83)
- Return Of The Lost Ark (Star Wars/Indiana Jones) by Cynthia Fee--Indy isn't the only one interested in the powers of the Ark. (97)
- Descione's Last Steele (Remington Steele/Perry Mason) by Debra and Anna Barber--Murphy Michaels gets into more trouble than Remington Steele can get him out of alone. (105)
- As the Asylum Burns (Batman) by Patricia Kelley (125)
- N.Y.P.D. Buckskin: a Parody (NYPD Blue/Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman) by Annmarie--Time and space become a very sheer fabric during a thunderstorm. (145)
- Murder of Makapuu Point (Magnum, P.I.) by Christine Jeffords--Rick Wright is accused of murdering a guest on the club's yacht. Is Magnum a good enough investigator to find the answers to this puzzle? (157)
The Eyes Have It! 8 was published in May 1996 and has 113 pages.
- Final Respects (Due South) by Jean Thrower. Ray and Fraser attend the funeral of Irene Zucco and have words with Frankie. (4 pages)
- The White Buffalo (X-Files) by Valerie DeVries. Scully and Mulder are in search of a Native American legend. (10 pages)
- Travelers (Magnificent 7/Close Encounters of the Third Kind) by Eileen Roy. Aliens randomly pick their study groups. See where this trip lands the men of Magnificent 7. (9 pages)
- With Deepest Gratitude and Appreciation (Riptide) by Cinda Gillilan). Nick, Cody and Murray go to Washington for the dedication of a very special memorial. Reprinted from Boss and Bodacious #2. (10 pages)
- Sticks and Stones (Professionals) by Joyce Strohm. Missing scene from "Involvement." (2 pages)
- When We Dance (X-Files) by Michele Lellouche. Scully and Mulder must spend New Year's Eve with friends from their past, and they are both dreading their respective evenings. (4 pages)
- Unfair Advantage (Professionals) by Valerie DeVries. Terrorists are after the boys and seem to know where they will be and when. (9 pages)
- Guardians (Starsky and Hutch) by K. Hanna Korossy (13 pages)
- Many Happy Returns (Star Trek: Voyager) by Valerie DeVries. An old-fashioned birthday party for Mr. Kim. (3 pages)
- Head Trip (Kung Fu: The Legend Continues) by Joyce Strohm. When Peter gets into serious trouble with Bon Bon Hai, Kwai Chang Caine and The Ancient help him get his head together. (37 pages)
- Also poetry by Melissa Mastoris and Heidi M. based on The Three Musketeers; Remington Steele; Good Morning, Vietnam; Sandbaggers; and MacGyver.
Simon and Simon Special 1
The Eyes Have It! Simon and Simon Special 1 was published in May 1992 and contains 175 pages.
- Life's Lesson by Valerie DeVries. Rick's kept after school for disrupting the class, but it's A.J. who really is being punished--after being harassed by older boys, A.J. quietly waits outside Rick's classroom, until an unwarranted attack on another student puts Rick and A.J. into motion. Brother protecting brother, no matter what the cost.
- My Life by Char Wray. It takes a little magic and a very special friend to show Rick just what would have happened if he were never born. "It's A Wonderful Life," Simon style.
- Another Simon Saturday by Kenda Buxton. A young Rick and A.J. look for something interesting to do on a rainy Saturday. In the end, Rick gets a little more than he bargained for.
- Lifeline by Elaine Overby. "Routine surveillance--but something went wrong--they must have made us tailing them--the Power Wagon's tires were shot out, we flipped, and when the ruck finally stopped, I was still in it and A.J..."
- The Grand Illusion by Anne Swank. Rick learns that six-year-old, secret boxes, and swords don't mix, and even a master illusionist like Rick occasionally needs help.
- Repertory Company and House Plants by Regina Derov. A complete eight season guest player's list.
- Plus, do you know what A.J.'s house looks like?
Simon and Simon Special 2
The Eyes Have It! Simon and Simon Special 2 was published in May 1993 contains 104 pages.
- Search by Christine Jeffords. A missing scene from Rough Rider Rides Again.
- A Simon Equation by Elaine Overby. Cecelia gets kidnapped, the man responsible doesn't intend to let her go. He wants the brothers to watch her die, in order to avenge his own mother's death.
- Flowers Child by Mary Stano. A woman from Rick's days in Vietnam appears on his door asking for help. Are A.J.'s instincts right? Does she mean his brother harm?
- Mysterious Woman by Anne Swank. Travel back in time with Rick, A.J., and Sherlock Holmes to solve the case of the Mysterious Woman.
- New Kid On The Block by Ann Wigmore. Twilight Zone time for A.J. He finds a "little" Rick that needs taking care of, but no one else sees him. "Little Rick" is running away from home because he's getting a new baby at his house. A.J. sees things from a different point of view.
- Rough Ride and Daby Crockett by Kenda Buxton. When the Simon family go camping there is always adventure and something always goes wrong where they have to call on the Park Ranger.
- Simon and Simon and Brown by Jean Thrower. This is a sequel to "A Whiter Shade of Pale," published in Brothers in Arms #3. A.J. is recovering from the flu and wakes up in another time, with another Rick and a very different business.