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Marvel Team-Up Vol. 1 087

August 4th, 2008 · No Comments · 1979, 2.0, Black Panther, Clem Robins, Frank Springer, Gene Colan, Glynis Oliver / Glynis Wein, Hellrazor, Marvel Team-Up (Vol. 1), Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Steven Grant

The Razor’s Edge! Writer: Steven Grant Penciler: Gene Colan Inker: Frank Springer Letterer: Robins Colorist: G. Wein Originally published: November 1979 The Black Panther is framed in a pretty straightforward (and unimaginative) political “thriller”. At the end we find out the oil company is behind it! Also, Springer’s inks really stink here. I’m getting pretty […]

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The Incredible Hulk Vol. 1 209

June 2nd, 2008 · No Comments · 1977, 2.5, Absorbing Man, Black Panther, Des / Tyrannus, Dr. Druid, Ghost Rider, Glynis Oliver / Glynis Wein, Hulk, Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Incredible Hulk (Vol. 1), Joe Rosen, Joe Staton, Lann, Len Wein, Orb, Prince Rey, Sal Buscema, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Stegron, Thor

The Absorbing Man is Out for Blood!! Writer: Len Wein Illustrators: Sal Buscema, Joe Staton Colorist: Glynis Wein Letterer: Joe Rosen Originally published: March 1977 The Hulk battles the Absorbing Man, who has been hired by some weirdos. These same weirdos were also responsible for the Orb (who fought Spidey and Ghost Rider in Marvel […]

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A Marvel Comics Super Special 001

May 4th, 2008 · No Comments · 1977, 5.0, Al Milgrom, Alan Weiss, Ant-Man / Giant-Man / Yellowjacket / Goliath (Hank Pym), Beast, Big Leo, Black Panther, Captain America, Daredevil, Dizzy the Hun, Dr. Doom, Dr. Strange, Hulk, Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Invisible Girl, Iron Man, Irving Watanabe, John Buscema, John Costanza, Mandu, Marie Severin, Mephisto, Mr. Fantastic, Nighthawk, Red Guardian, Rich Buckler, Sal Buscema, Scarlet Witch, Sean Delaney, Son of Satan, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Steve Gerber, Thing, Thor, Valkyrie, Vision, Wasp, Wonder Man (Simon Williams)

KISS / Precisely as Hot as Hell! / The Andromedia Hustle! / See Latveria and Die! Writer: Steve Gerber Creative consultant: Sean Delaney Pencil artists: Alan Weiss, John Buscema, Rich Buckler, Sal Buscema Co-scenarist: Alan Weiss Embellisher: Allen Milgrom Colorist: Marie Severin Calligraphers: John Costanza, Irv Watanabe Originally published: 1977 “Forty pages of full-color comics. […]

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Avengers Vol. 1 151

May 1st, 2008 · No Comments · 1.0, 1976, Angel, Ant-Man / Giant-Man / Yellowjacket / Goliath (Hank Pym), Avengers (Vol. 1), Beast, Black Knight (Dane Whitman), Black Panther, Black Widow, Captain America, Daredevil, Don Warfield, Dr. Doom, George Perez, Gerry Conway, Ghost Rider, Hawkeye / Goliath, Hellcat (Patsy Walker), Hercules, Hulk, Iceman / Rampage (Bobby Drake), Iron Man, Irving Watanabe, Jim Shooter, John Tartaglione / John Tartag, Living Laser, Mantis, Moondragon, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Steve Englehart, Sub-Mariner, Swordsman, Thing, Thor, Two-Gun Kid (Matt Hawk), Vision, Wasp, Whizzer (Robert Frank), Wonder Man (Simon Williams)

At Last: The Decision! Writers: Gerry Conway, Jim Shooter, Steve Englehart Artist: George Perez Inker: John Tartag Letterer: Irving Watanabe Colorist: Don Warfield Originally published: September 1976 A new set of Avengers is chosen. It very much resembles the existing lineup. There are lot of flashbacks, including one with Spidey. This was kind of like […]

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The Mighty Thor Vol. 1 233

April 5th, 2008 · No Comments · 1975, 4.5, Art Simek, Black Panther, Chic Stone, Daredevil, Dr. Strange, Gerry Conway, Hawkeye / Goliath, Hulk, Iron Man, John Buscema, Loki, Mighty Thor (Vol. 1), Odin, Petra Goldberg, Silver Surfer, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Thor, Vision

Midgard Aflame! Author: Gerry Conway Artists: John Buscema, Chic Stone Letterer: Artie Simek Colorist: Petra G. Originally published: March 1975 Loki invades Earth — specifically, Washington, DC — and, to ensure his battle is solely with Thor, he immobilizes every other super-powered individual on the planet. This includes Spider-Man, who appears in a brief cameo. […]

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