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Ghost Rider #41, 1979 "The Freight Train to Oblivion"

I love Johnny Blaze! No, not the “Nicholas Cage I’m doing my Elvis impersonation” guy, but the stunt biker with an attitude that laughs in the face of danger! 161 more words

Comic Books

Detective 776 - a cycle of vengeance, and Spore begins

Paul Bolles, William Rosado and Bob Wiacek are the creative team on the one-shot story in Detective 776 (Jan. 03).

Beuce Wayne has been very mopey since Sasha left.  251 more words

DC Comics

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

Uncanny X-Men (1986) - #210 : Dan Crespi, John Romita Jr. , Bob Wiacek


“Thus, begins one of the darkest days in the history of mutantkind. A mysterious group of super-powered killers begins quest of genocide against mutants and the only thing standing in their way is the X-Men.”

Comics

The Sensational She-Hulk 1 (May 1989)

John Byrne finds a nice approach for Sensational She-Hulk–it’s a gag. He doesn’t just go for humor, he finds the right balance between humor for the characters and the reader. 150 more words

Marvel

X-Men Classic #65 (Uncanny X-Men #161, 1982)

I just started to grab some of these X-Men reprints, and wow, are they something! I love the X-Men, and wanted to find a way to get my hands on some of their older material without breaking the bank, and this title was just the way to go. 154 more words

Comic Books

X-Men Classic #65 (Uncanny X-Men #161, 1982)

I just started to grab some of these X-Men reprints, and wow, are they something! I love the X-Men, and wanted to find a way to get my hands on some of their older material without breaking the bank, and this title was just the way to go. 154 more words

Comic Books