"Sarah's Got a GUN"

Writer: Ted Slampyak
Illustrator: Howard Cobb
Lettering: Vickie Williams
Coloring: Scott Rockwell
Editor: George Broderick, Jr.
 

"Lives on the FRINGE"

Writer: Charles Marshall
Illustrator: Dan Day & Dave Day
Lettering: Vickie Williams
Coloring: Scott Rockwell
Editor: George Broderick, Jr.

 

 

This issue features two different stories!

"Lives on the FRINGE" and "Sarah's got a GUN"

Volume No. 1

Issue No. 7

October 1992

Quantum Leap ™ & 1992 Universal City Studios, Inc

Published by the INNOVATIVE CORPORATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Synopsis:

"Lives on the Fringe"

April 15th, 1974

As a golf pro who just won the Masters Tournament, Sam is faced with the pending death of a fellow golfer, and a shady manager who has rigged his games with the mob.

 

"Sarah's Got a Gun"

May 19th, 1953
Queens, New York

Driving a school bus is driving Sam crazy when he leaps into the life of a bus driver who will be shot dead by a young girl on his route. She may be getting abused at home, and Sam must try to find a way to stop that situation while avoiding the abusive father and a seedy janitor. Jackie Gleason (character Ralph Kramden) and Art Carney (character Ed Norton) of "The Honeymooners" make an appearance as themselves in a brief kiss with history.