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Marvel Team-Up Vol. 1 100 (Story 1)

April 22nd, 2010 · No Comments · 1.0, 1980, Annette Kawecki, Bob Wiacek, Carl Gafford, Chris Claremont, Colossus / Proletarian, Frank Miller, Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Invisible Girl, Karma, Marvel Team-Up (Vol. 1), Mr. Fantastic, Mystery Menace (Alicia Masters), Professor X, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Storm, Thing, Wolverine

Karma! Writer: Chris Claremont Co-Creator: Frank Miller Embellisher: Bob Wiacek Letterer: A. Kawecki Colorist: Carl Gafford Originally published: December 1980 The 100th issue of Marvel Team-Up! Spidey and the Fantastic Four! Surely it must be amazing? I hope… This issue was apparently inspired by Ithacon ’79. Given the quality level the last time a story […]

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Fantastic Four Vol. 1 218

November 17th, 2008 · No Comments · 1.0, 1980, Ben Sean, Bill Mantlo, Electro, Fantastic Four (Vol. 1), Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Invisible Girl, Jim Novak, Joe Sinnott, John Byrne, Mr. Fantastic, Paste-Pot Pete / Trapster, Sandman, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Thing, Wizard / Wingless Wizard

When a Spider-Man Comes Calling! Writer: Bill Mantlo Artists: John Byrne, Joe Sinnott Letterer: Jim Novak Colorist: Ben Sean Originally published: May 1980 The Frightful Four, with Spider-Man held captive, attack the Fantastic Four. Surprisingly, this continuation of the story in Spectacular 42 was even worse than the first part. Once again it was almost […]

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Dazzler 002

November 15th, 2008 · No Comments · 1.0, 1981, Alfredo Alcala, Angel, Beast, Captain America, Colossus / Proletarian, Dazzler, Dazzler (Alison Blaire), Enchantress, Hawkeye / Goliath, Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Iron Man, Jim Novak, John Romita Jr., Ken Klaczak, Nightcrawler, Professor X, Shadowcat / Ariel / Sprite, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Storm, Thing, Tom DeFalco, Wasp, Wolverine

Where Demons Feat To Dwell! Writer: Tom DeFalco Penciler: John Romita Jr. Inker: Alfredo Alcala Colorist: K. Klaczak Letterer: Jim Novak Originally published: April 1981 Another disappointing Dazzler issue. This one consisted almost entirely of a fight between about a million heroes and a bunch of demons called forth by the Enchantress. It was really […]

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Marvel Two-In-One 069

November 13th, 2008 · No Comments · 1980, 2.5, Aquarian / Wundarr, Captain America, Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell), Charlie-27, Daredevil, Franklin Richards, Gene Day, George Roussos, Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Invisible Girl, Iron Man, John Costanza, Justice (Vance Astrovik), Major Victory (Vance Astro), Mark Gruenwald, Martinex, Marvel Two-in-One, Mr. Fantastic, Nikki (Nicholette Gold), Ralph Macchio, Ron Wilson, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Starhawk (Stakar), Storm, Thing, Vision, Yondu

Homecoming! Story: Gruenwald, Macchio Pencils / inks: Wilson, Day Colors: George Roussos Letters: John Costanza Originally published: November 1980 This story sucked kinda. It was about one of the Guardians of the Galaxy, Vance Astro, trying to convince his younger self to not take the same path he did. While I generally like time-travel stuff, […]

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X-Men First Class Vol. 2 016

November 3rd, 2008 · No Comments · 2008, 5.0, Angel, Beast, Beetle, Craig Yeung, Cyclops, Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Iceman / Rampage (Bobby Drake), Invisible Girl, Jeff Parker, Marvel Girl / Phoenix / Dark Phoenix (Jean Gray), Mr. Fantastic, Nate Piekos, Patrick Scherberger, Professor X, Scorpion, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Thing, Val Staples, X-Men First Class (Vol. 2)

Writer: Jeff Parker Penciler: Patrick Scherberger Inker: Craig Yeung Colorist: Val Staples Letterer: Nate Piekos Cover: Scherberger, Staples Originally published: November 2008 Fun story in which Iceman and the Human Torch team-up as a hip, young super-team. Along the way they borrow some bad guys for Spidey, allowing Peter Parker to hit up a pool […]

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