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Fantastic Four Vol. 1 Annual 014

August 6th, 2008 · No Comments · 1979, 2.0, Agatha Harkness, Brutacus, Captain America, Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell), Carl Gafford, Falcon, Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) Annual, Franklin Richards, Gazelle, George Perez, Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Hydron, Invisible Girl, Iron Man, Jim Novak, Marv Wolfman, Marvel Man / Quasar, Mr. Fantastic, Ms. Marvel, Nicholas Scratch, Nighthawk, Pablo Marcos, Reptilla, Sandman, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Thing, Thornn, Vertigo, Vision, Wonder Man (Simon Williams)

Cat’s-Paw! Script: Marv Wolfman Plot: Marv Wolfman, George Pérez Pencils: George Pérez Inks: Pablo Marcos Letters: Jim Novak Colors: C. Gafford Originally published: 1979 This was a mostly uninteresting magic story that was mostly about Agatha Harkness and Franklin Richards. Agatha’s evil monster son tries to take over the world, and Franklin somehow stops him. […]

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Tales of the Marvels: Wonder Years 001-002

August 5th, 2008 · No Comments · 1995, 2.0, Agatha Harkness, Andy Lanning, Beast, Black Widow, Captain America, Cindy Emmert, Crystal, Cyclops, Dan Abnett, Falcon, Hercules, Hulk, Igor Kordey, Iron Man, Living Lightning, Nick Fury, Quicksilver, Red Ronin, Richard Starkings, Scarlet Witch, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Spider-Woman (Julia Carpenter), Tales of the Marvels, Thing, Thor, Thunderstrike, US Agent, Vision, Wasp, Wonder Man (Simon Williams)

Writers: Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning Artist: Igor Kordey Letters: Richard Starkings Design: Cindy Emmert Originally published: August 1995 Writers: Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning Artist: Igor Kordey Letters: Richard Starkings Design: Cindy Emmert Originally published: September 1995 Oh my God, this was like, uh, so, uh, deep? Because it was about, uh, normal people? And, uh, […]

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Captain America Vol. 1 237

August 5th, 2008 · No Comments · 1979, 4.5, Beast, Captain America, Captain America (Vol. 1), Chris Claremont, Don Perlin, Elaine Heinl, Falcon, George Roussos, Ms. Marvel, Nick Fury, Sal Buscema, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Vision, Wasp

From the Ashes… Plot: C. Claremont Script: R. McKenzie Art: S. Buscema, D. Perlin Lettering: E. Heinl Coloring: G. Roussos Originally published: September 1979 Finally done with stupid ass Spider-Woman comics for a bit. Peter Parker only appeared in this for one panel, photographing Cap at a new conference. Despite being basically Spidey-less, this was […]

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The Defenders Vol. 1 062

July 17th, 2008 · No Comments · 0.5, 1978, Black Goliath / Giant Man (Dr. William "Bill" Barrett Foster), Bob Lubbers, Bob Sharen, Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell), Captain Ultra, David Kraft, Defenders (Vol. 1), Falcon, Havok, Hellcat (Patsy Walker), Hercules, Hulk, Iron Fist, Jack of Hearts, Jim Mooney, John Costanza, Lunatik (Arisen Tyrk), Marvel Man / Quasar, Ms. Marvel, Nighthawk, Nova (Richard Rider), Paladin, Polaris, Presence / Codename: Sergei, Prowler (Hobie Brown), Sal Buscema, Son of Satan, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Stingray, Tagak the Leopard Lord, Torpedo, Valkyrie, White Tiger

Membership Madness! Dialogue: David Kraft Pictures: Sal Buscema, Jim Mooney Letters: J. Costanza Colors: B. Sharen Originally published: August 1978 Spidey appears in a flashback / TV appearance to the previous issue. This was painful to read. Rating:

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Marvel Team-Up Vol. 1 071

July 16th, 2008 · No Comments · 1978, 4.0, Bill Kunkel, Captain America, Dan Green, Dave Wenzel, Falcon, Francoise Mouly, Marvel Team-Up (Vol. 1), Nick Fury, Plantman, Rick Parker, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker)

Deathgarden Script: Bill Kunkel Pencils: Dave Wenzel Inks: Dan Green Letterer: Rick Parker Colorist: Francoise Mouly Originally published: July 1978 I read this issue last night before bed and today I had absolutely no recollection of the plot. Even after looking at the cover, I was pretty confused. My main, overall impression was that it […]

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