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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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Dazzler 001

November 15th, 2008 · No Comments · 0.5, 1981, Alfredo Alcala, Beast, Captain America, Colossus / Proletarian, Dazzler, Dazzler (Alison Blaire), Enchantress, Glynis Oliver / Glynis Wein, Hawkeye / Goliath, Iron Man, Joe Rosen, John Romita Jr., Nightcrawler, Shadowcat / Ariel / Sprite, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Storm, Tom DeFalco, Wasp, Wolverine

So Bright This Star Writer: Tom DeFalco Artist: John Romita Jr. Inker: Alfredo Alcala Colorist: Glynis Wein Letterer: Joe Rosen Originally published: March 1981 Well, my enchantment with the Dazzler is over. This issue was pretty terrible. I hate when debuts (or any issue really) is just filled to the brim with lame guest cameos, […]

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Captain America Vol. 1 247-249, Avengers Vol. 1 196, Captain America Vol. 1 250

November 9th, 2008 · No Comments · 1980, Ant-Man (Scott Lang), Ant-Man / Giant-Man / Yellowjacket / Goliath (Hank Pym), Avengers (Vol. 1), Beast, Bob Sharen, Captain America, Captain America (Vol. 1), Carl Gafford, Daredevil, David Michelinie, Dr. Strange, Dragon Man, George Perez, George Roussos, Iron Fist, Iron Man, Jack Abel, Jim Novak, Jocasta, Joe Rubinstein, John Byrne, John Costanza, Machinesmith / Mr. Fear (Starr Saxon), Ms. Marvel, Nick Fury, Roger Stern, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Taskmaster, Vision, Wasp, Wonder Man (Simon Williams)

By The Dawn’s Early Light! Writer: Roger Stern Co-plotters: Roger Stern, John Byrne Penciler: John Byrne Inker: Josef Rubinstein Letterer: Novak Colorist: Roussos Originally published: July 1980 Dragon Man! Writer: Roger Stern Co-plotters: Roger Stern, John Byrne Penciler: John Byrne Inker: Josef Rubinstein Letterer: Jim Novak Colorist: Bob Sharen Originally published: August 1980 Death, Where […]

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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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