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Essential Doctor Strange Vol. 4

First Published: July 2009

Contents: Doctor Strange #30 (August 1978) to #56 (December 1982); Man-Thing #4 (May 1980); and back-up story from Chamber of Chills… 1,041 more words

Marvel Essentials

Weekend Coverage: Uncanny X-men #173 (1983)

Uncanny X-men 173, with the cover by Paul Smith, was the very first X-men book that I ever got. I had some early exposure to the X-men with the cartoons, but this was the book that fully brought me in. 172 more words

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Con Talk: Marvel At NYCC

Marvel Takes Over NYCC With Can’t Miss Panels And More!


New York, NY—October 7th, 2015 — That’s right True Believer, it’s that time again. New York Comic-Con 2015 is upon us and Marvel is bringing the action, excitement and can’t miss moments. 1,375 more words


New Mutants #45 (1986, November)

I finally won another book from Goodreads. I’ll talk about it in my next pull list post. Today, by Claremont and Guice, “We Were Only Foolin’.” 1,301 more words


Uncanny X-Men #211 (1986, November)

It begins! By Claremont, JRJR and Blevins, “Massacre.”

The Marauders introduce themselves. And start the killing. They’re very good at killing.

Then we cut to Xavier’s. 1,100 more words


My Name in Books

I wrote a post a while back using my name as an acrostic for some of my favorite bands. As much as I love music, I’m actually a writer, so here is my name with each letter representing one of my favorite books. 257 more words

Music, Movies, And Other Muses

"...Jean Grey could have lived to become a God..." - The Dark Phoenix Saga

“…Jean Grey could have lived to become a God. But it was more important to her that she die…a human…” – The Watcher

One of the most influential and powerful stories ever told in comics would have to be the Phoenix Saga and specifically, the Dark Phoenix Saga. 1,009 more words

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