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Essential Dazzler Vol. 1

First Published: August 2007

Contents: Uncanny X-Men #130 (February 1980) and #131 (March 1980); Amazing Spider-Man #203 (April 1980); and Dazzler #1 (March 1981) to #21 (November 1982) 1,034 more words

Marvel Essentials

Comics Co-Creator David Nakayama Talks Big Hero 6

Hard NOC Life returns with a look at the phenomenon that is Disney’s Big Hero 6. Joining Keith on the panel are Christelle Gonzales… 226 more words


Essential Spider-Woman Vol. 2

First Published: August 2007

Contents: Spider-Woman #26 (May 1980) to #50 (June 1983), Marvel Team-Up #97 (September 1980), and Uncanny X-Men #148 (August 1981).

Key Creator Credits: 640 more words

Marvel Essentials

Man-Thing #4, 1980 "Death-Knell"

My love for Manny is documented, and of course, as most people agree, the first volume was better than the second. Mostly because of Steve Gerber and Mike Ploog, and obviously those two gentlemen had an incredible grasp on the character that was difficult to follow. 137 more words

Comic Books

Kitty Pryde and Wolverine #2 (1984, December)

Kitty Pryde! Today’s story, by Claremont and Milgrom, is “Terror”

Kitty’s been caught in the Yakuza boss’ audience, and he orders his guards to grab her. 617 more words


Big Hero 6, Comic and Movie and Characters

We went to go see Big Hero 6, and it was a lot of fun. They definitely did a good job of making it accessible to children, and entertaining still for adults. 1,222 more words


New Mutants #22 (1984, December)

Just a few more posts before I finish 1984. So close. Today, by Claremont and Sienkewicz, “The Shadow Within.”

Nightcrawler is showing Sam how to do an acrobatic move. 827 more words