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Fantastic Four Vol. 1 202-204

August 2nd, 2008 · No Comments · 1979, 3.5, Agatha Harkness, Fantastic Four (Vol. 1), Francoise Mouly, Franklin Richards, Glynis Oliver / Glynis Wein, Hawkeye / Goliath, Human Torch (Cosmic Energy), Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Invisible Girl, Invisible Girl (Cosmic Energy), Iron Man, Jan Cohen, Jim Novak, Joe Sinnott, John Buscema, John Costanza, Keith Pollard, Man-Wolf (John Jameson), Marv Wolfman, Master Xar, Monocle, Mr. Fantastic, Mr. Fantastic (Cosmic Energy), Nova (Frankie Raye), Nova Prime (Tanak Valt), Quasimodo, Queen Adora, Silver Surfer, Skrull X, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Thing, Thing (Cosmic Energy), Uatu the Watcher

There’s One Iron Man Too Many! Writer: Marv Wolfman Illustrators: John Buscema, Joe Sinnott Letterer: Jim Novak Colorist: Janice Cohen Originally published: January 1979 …And a Child Shall Slay Them! Writer: Marv Wolfman Illustrators: Keith Pollard, Joe Sinnott Letters: Costanza Colors: G. Wein Originally published: February 1979 The Andromeda Attack! Writer: Marv Wolfman Illustrators: Keith […]

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Marvel Two-in-One 030

July 13th, 2008 · No Comments · 1977, 4.0, High Evolutionary, Irving Watanabe, Jan Cohen, John Buscema, Marv Wolfman, Marvel Two-in-One, Nick Fury, Pablo Marcos, Spider-Man, Spider-Woman / Arachne (Jessica Drew), Thing

Battle Atop Big Ben! Writer: Marv Wolfman Pencils: John Buscema Inks: Pablo Marcos Letters: Irv Watanabe Colors: Jan Cohen Originally published: August 1977 Here’s what seems to be going on: Spider-Woman isn’t a prisoner, exactly. She’s willingly working for Hydra. She has been re-captured after her initial desertion of Hydra, and hypnotized into working for […]

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The Mighty Thor Vol. 1 259

June 2nd, 2008 · No Comments · 1977, 3.5, Captain America, Enchantress, Executioner, Glynis Oliver / Glynis Wein, Grey Gargoyle / Gray Gargoyle, Joe Rosen, John Buscema, Len Wein, Mighty Thor (Vol. 1), Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Thor, Tony DeZuniga

Escape into Oblivion! Writer: Len Wein Illustrators: John Buscema, Tony DeZuniga Colorist: Glynis Wein Letterer: Joe Rosen Originally published: May 1977 There are a lot of characters in this, most of whom I didn’t recognize and I assume don’t appear in other issues that I care about. Spidey shows up in a few panels of […]

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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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Ms. Marvel Vol. 1 001

May 3rd, 2008 · No Comments · 1977, 3.5, Carla Conway, Destructor, Gerry Conway, Joe Sinnott, John Buscema, John Costanza, Marie Severin, Ms. Marvel, Ms. Marvel (Vol. 1), Scorpion, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker)

This Woman, This Warrior! Conceived, written by: Gerry Conway, Carla Conway Art and storytelling by: John Buscema Embellishment by: Joe Sinnott Letters: John Costanza Colors: Marie Severin Originally published: January 1977 This was a pretty good start for Ms. Marvel. As far as the hero and plot-points go: I like the whole amnesia/secret-identity-from-herself angle, I […]

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