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Code of Honor 002

August 6th, 2008 · No Comments · 1.5, 1997, Angel, Ant-Man / Giant-Man / Yellowjacket / Goliath (Hank Pym), Black King (Sebastian Shaw), Black Widow, Brad Parker, Chris Eliopoulos, Chuck Dixon, Cloak, Code of Honor, Dagger, Daredevil, Dr. Strange, Elektra, Iron Man, John Marasigan, Luke Cage / Power Man, Marvel Girl / Phoenix / Dark Phoenix (Jean Gray), Mastermind (Jason Wyngarde), Punisher, Scarlet Witch, Silver Surfer, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Storm, Terese Nielsen, Thor, Tristan Shane, Vengeance (Michael Badilino), Vincent Evans, Vision

Verdicts Writer: Chuck Dixon Painters: Terese Nielsen, Vincent Evans Letters: Chris Eliopoulos Design: John Marasigan Front cover: Brad Parker Back cover: Tristan Shane Originally published: March 1997 Ok, Marvels was pretty good. But all these other shitty painted books about real people are crap. Seriously, NO GOOD. Update: this should come about one Marvel-year later […]

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Code of Honor 001

March 30th, 2008 · No Comments · 1997, 2.0, Angel, Beetle, Black Panther, Brad Parker, Bulldozer, Chris Eliopoulos, Chuck Dixon, Code of Honor, Daredevil, Equinox, Hulk, Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Iceman / Rampage (Bobby Drake), John Marasigan, Kingpin, Luke Cage / Power Man, Namorita, Piledriver, Punisher, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Stegron, Sub-Mariner, Thing, Thunderball, Tristan Shane, Werewolf / Werewolf by Night, Wrecker

Guns Writer: Chuck Dixon Painters: Tristan Shane, Brad Parker Letterer: Chris Eliopoulos Design: J. Marasigan Front cover: Brad Parker Back cover: Tristan Shane Originally published: January 1997 Well, this is really obvious trying to recapture the glory of Marvels. Instead of the super-hero stuff told from the perspective of a regular joe reporter, we get […]

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Untold Tales of Spider-Man 025

October 11th, 2007 · No Comments · 1997, 3.5, Bob McLeod, Crime-Master (Nick Lewis Sr.), Green Goblin (Harry Osborn), Green Goblin (Norman Osborn), Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Jackal (Miles Warren), Kurt Busiek, Richard Starkings, Roger Stern, Ron Frenz, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Steve Mattsson, Thing, Untold Tales of Spider-Man

Bad Men on Campus! Script: Kurt Busiek Co-plotter: Roger Stern Breakdowns: Ron Frenz Finisher: Bob McLeod Letters: Richard Starkings Colors: Steve Mattsson Originally published: September 1997 Well, that’s it, the last Untold Tale of Spider-Man. Booo. I really enjoyed this series, and I’m pretty bummed that for the next little while I only have one […]

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Untold Tales of Spider-Man 024

October 11th, 2007 · No Comments · 1997, 4.0, Batwing, Bob McLeod, Kurt Busiek, Spider-Man, Steve Mattsson, Supercharger, Tom DeFalco, Untold Tales of Spider-Man

What Would Spidey Do?! Plot: Kurt Busiek Script: Tom DeFalco Art: Bob McLeod Colors: Steve Mattsson Originally published: September 1997 Whew, that issue was a fuggin rollercoaster. Flash Thompson goes after the fake Spider-Man that’s been terrorizing the neighborhood. It turns out to be Jason (no surprise there) and he’s getting really unhinged. He has […]

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Untold Tales of Spider-Man Annual 1997 (Story 1)

October 8th, 2007 · No Comments · 1997, 4.0, Angel, Ant-Man / Giant-Man / Yellowjacket / Goliath (Hank Pym), Beast, Captain America, Cyclops, Daredevil, Dr. Strange, Green Goblin (Norman Osborn), Hulk, Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Iceman / Rampage (Bobby Drake), Invisible Girl, Iron Man, Kurt Busiek, Marvel Girl / Phoenix / Dark Phoenix (Jean Gray), Mr. Fantastic, Richard Starkings, Robert Jones, Spider-Man, Spider-Man / Spider-Lizard (Peter Parker), Steve Mattsson, Sub-Mariner, Sundown, Thing, Thor, Tom Lyle, Untold Tales of Spider-Man Annual, Wasp

It’s Always Darkest… Writer: Kurt Busiek Penciler: Tom Lyle Inks: Robert Jones Letters: Richard Starkings Colors: Steve Mattsson Originally published: 1997 I’ve been all over the place for Thanksgiving and read this over the span of like three days. That doesn’t make for the most pleasant comic-reading experience. Fortunately, I thought this story was strong […]

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