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Essential Hulk Vol. 5

First Published: December 20086

Contents: Incredible Hulk #171 (January 1974) to #200 (June 1976); and Incredible Hulk Annual #5 (1976)

Key Creator Credits: Roy Thomas, Gerry Conway, Tony Isabella, Len Wein, Herb Trimpe, Sal Buscema, and others… 757 more words

Marvel Essentials

Showcase Presents The House of Secrets Vol. 1

First Published: August 2008

Contents: The House of Secrets #81 (August-September 1969) to #98 (June-July 1972)

Key Creator Credits: Sergio Aragonés, Neal Adams, Bernie Wrightson, Alex Toth, Marv Wolfman, Len Wein, Gerry Conway, Dick Dillin, Michael William Kaluta, Gray Morrow, and others… 630 more words

DC Showcase Presents

Weird War Tales 23

Today, Weird War Tales #23 rises from the savage depths of the vintage DC Comics shortbox with a fairly famous two-page story by Len Wein and Rich Buckler: … 84 more words


Essential Fantastic Four Vol. 7

First Published: July 2008

Contents: Fantastic Four #138 (September 1973) to #159 (June 1975); Giant-Size Super-Stars #1 (May 1974); Giant-Size Fantastic Four #2 (August 1974) to #4 (February 1975); and… 820 more words

Marvel Essentials

The Defenders #15 and 16, 1974 "Panic Beneath the Earth"

There are just a few series that really stand the test of time. You have perennial favorites like The Avengers, X-Men, and so on, but for me… 235 more words

Comic Books

New Comics Spotlight: Secret Origins #9

New comics spotlight this week falls upon DC’s return of the Secret Origins comic, this is actually the first issue of this updated series that I have picked up so far and not because of it’s cover star, Swamp Thing (though I do like the character), but for the back up story of Power Girl. 287 more words


My Favorite Superman Stories

Sometime this year I’m scheduled to work on a Superman fan film. Honestly, Superman isn’t my favorite superhero but he’s unavoidable if you collect comics (at least in the 1970s and 80s). 1,128 more words