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X-Factor #18 (1987, July)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). Today, by the Simonsons, Wiacek, Scotese and Rosen, “The Enemy Within!”

The team gets back to the HQ, and are greeted by Rusty and Skids, and Hodge, who makes Rictor nervous. 994 more words


X-Factor #17 (1987, June)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). Today, by the Simonsons, Wiacek, Scotese and Rosen, the wonderfully titled “Die, Mutants, Die!”

It starts with Thor returning Iceman to X-Factor HQ, which we saw already in Thor’s own series. 1,021 more words


X-Factor #15 (1987, April)

Merry Christmas to those of you who celebrate it. Happy Day Off to those of you who don’t. Have a review of an issue that is not at all appropriate to Christmas. 1,638 more words


X-Factor #14 (1987, March)

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). By the Simonsons, inked by Bob Wiacek, colours by Petra Scotese, lettered by Joe Rosen, today’s issue is “The Mutant Program!” 692 more words


Batman 288 - Batman gets wings from a flightless bird

Reed, Grell and Wiacek conclude the Penguin’s flightless bird storyline in Batman 288 (June 1977).

Grell’s art on the second half of this story is particularly dynamic.  159 more words

Batman 287 - the Penguin's flying flightless birds

The Penguin begins a two-part story in Batman 287 (May 1977), putting him in stories in both this book and Detective Comics at the same time. 138 more words

Batman 286 - the Joker goes to the fairground

The Joker returns to the pages of Batman in issue 286 (April 1977), a few months after his appearance in the classic DC Special that had heroes and villains playing baseball against each other.  214 more words