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SWORDQUEST #4: AIRWORLD (Unpublished) (1983)

cover:  N/A
Date: 1983
Cover Price: $0.00

NOTE: This comic book was never published.
The forth game in the SWORDQUEST series was never completed, hence the comic book was never produced.
Cover scan from, information from SwordQuest AirWorld Project
Information from n/a
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    "AirWorld" (22 pages)
    writer:  Roy Thomas
    Gerry Conway
    art:  George Pérez
    Dick Giordano
    colors:  N/A
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    SWORDQUEST #4: AIRWORLD (Unpublished) (1983)

    News: Swordquest: Airworld Request

    December 03, 2004 12:15 am
     From Forum
    When will George do "Airworld"?
    « Thread started on: 12/02/04 at 11:08pm »


    I love ya like a grilled cheese sandwich (whatever that means), but you never released the Swordquest: Airworld comic book.

    You're breakin' my heart, here, George. Whatsamatta with you, anyways?

    Also, it bugs me how you draw all the toes next to the big toe, too short. It's like they're circus freaks or something... I have a foot fetish, so you have to fix this if you want me to stay your number one fan.


    News: Swordquest Art For Sale

    October 07, 2004 01:04 am
     From The Artist's Choice

    Here we have HISTORY being offered for the first time in 22 years.

    Offered up for sale is the complete Issue # 2 ( 48 pages of artwork) to the SWORDQUEST mini-book "FIREWORLD " PLUS ALL FOUR COVERS to the entire mini series. ( To avoid the question, the covers will NOT be sold separately from the interior to Issue # 2 ).

    There is no price set as the artwork is being sold via offers only. There is a minimum price ( which is VERY reasonable ) the owner is looking for the art.

    You can view the artwork at this link --

    This will be a FOUR DAY closed auction. All bids must be in my email inbox by 7 PM est Friday, OCTOBER 8th, 2004.

    If interested in placing a bid, EMAIL ME AT SpencerBck[a] (email). The highest bidder will get the art ( as long as the offer goes over the "hidden" reserve price ).

    Payment is due IN MY HANDS within 10 days of verification you are the winner. Postage and handling will be based upon where you are located. Payment methods accepted are cash ( at customer's risk) checks ( which must clear the bank before art will be shipped ) Money Orders and Western Union. I DO NOT accept PayPal or Credit Cards. SORRY.

    Two Final Notes:

    1) there will be no updates as to who the highest bidder is, so make your first bid, your best.
    2) This artwork is NOT owned by George Perez and is being sold on behalf of a private owner ( who has had the artwork since the comics came out 22 years ago ).

    GOOD LUCK to those who are interested.

    Spencer R. Beck
    The Artist's Choice

     December 14, 2001 | Swordquest Airworld
    From George Pérez and Scott Stilphen, via Pérez Yahoo Club
    Scott Stilphen asks: AFAIK, only the first 3 comics (Earthworld, Fireworld, and Waterworld) of a 4-part series were ever released. Was any work started on the 4th? There are rumors that the story was written, and that it was even drawn (but not inked). Other people have tried contacting DC, but their archives are in some disarray and no one there seems very willing to search through it.

    George Pérez: Hi:
    No, there was no "Airworld" story ever written or drawn. The whole SWORDQUEST project was terminated by Atari before we could even start on the art. Roy Thomas and Gerry Conway may have worked out some sort of plot synopsis dealing in the generalities of that final chapter for Atari approval, but it never got to plot form. As it was the third book "Waterworld" was released without a game cartridge, although I'm not sure how.

    Take care,

    Scott Stilphen: Thanks for taking the time to reply to me about this. Thanks for putting these rumors to rest

    The game was produced, albeit in limited quantities (I have a copy myself). Here is the entry for it at AtariAge, which has pictures and screenshots: Atari Age.
    As far as I know, it was never released w/o the game. I also have an article online about the Swordquest contest, on the 2600 Connection site, at: 2600 Connection: Swordquest Revisited