John Romita comic
This Volume is a collection of reprints of Journey into Mystery #83 (August 1962), Journey into Mystery #84 (September 1962) and Journey into Mystery #88 (January 1963) with some new sequences of Volstagg telling his young children about the past tales of Thor, so each time he launches into a story, one of the Journey into Mystery stories is told.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
The first appearances of Tony Stark, Iron Man! Launched in 1963 under Tales of Suspense, Iron Man represented another heroic ideal for Marvel comics. Tony Stark is a jet-setting, millionaire industrialist, but after a tragic accident, he dons the alluminum-alloy suit of Iron Man! The origin of one of Marvel's most beloved characters!
- Issue # The Man Who Killed Tony Stark (Part 5) (one year ago)
- Issue # The Man Who Killed Tony Stark (Part 4) (one year ago)
- Issue # The Man Who Killed Tony Stark (Part 3) (one year ago)
- Issue # The Man Who Killed Tony Stark (Part 2) (one year ago)
- Issue # The Man Who Killed Tony Stark (Part 1) (one year ago)
The gleaming Golden Avenger steals the show as we celebrate the 80th anniversary of the House of Ideas with the era-spanning MARVEL TALES! This anthology series shines a spotlight on fan-favorite characters, features timeless stories and highlights some of our most impressive talent from the past eight decades. First, Iron Man is born in the incredible origin story of Tony Stark, as told by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber and Don Heck in TALES OF SUSPENSE (1959) #39! Then, the unforgettable Pepper Potts enters Tony’s life as his hard-working assistant in TALES OF SUSPENSE (1959) #45! And, in IRON MAN (1968) #150, the team supreme of Bob Layton, David Michelinie and John Romita Jr. tell a Shell-Head story for the ages! Trapped in the time-lost land of King Arthur, Iron Man battles Doctor Doom!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
Marvel Masterworks: The Invincible Iron Man reprints the early adventures of Tony Stark and his alter ego, Iron Man, in hardcover format. Volume One is a second edition, 'ReMasterworks' book, which is slightly different from the Iron Man book in the Marvel Masterworks volume.
Journey into mystery with the Mighty Thor as we celebrate the 80th anniversary of the House of Ideas with the era-spanning MARVEL TALES! This anthology series shines a spotlight on fan-favorite characters, features timeless stories and highlights some of Marvel's most impressive talent from the past eight decades. Reprinting the dastardly debut of the eternal thorn in Thor's side — his devious stepbrother Loki — in JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY (1952) #84! Titans clash as the Thunder God faces Hercules, the Lion of Olympus, in JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY ANNUAL #1! The Avengers are taught a mighty lesson by the Asgardian Valkyrie and her Lady Liberators in AVENGERS (1963) #83! And Walter Simonson's legendary run begins with the status quo-smashing arrival of Beta Ray Bill in THOR (1966) #337!
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
Features an original story, in which Kid Colt and the Rawhide Kid are brought to odds by a veteran bounty hunter, and reprinted stories from Kid Colt Outlaw #52 - "[It was a neat, clean town when I rode through last..." and Kid Colt Outlaw #62 - The Meanest Man In Town.
Pull up a seat to the beginning of one of the greatest tales of modern myth: the epic saga of the Mighty Thor! While vacationing in Norway, Dr. Donald Blake discovered a strange, gnarled cane. Upon striking it, a shower of lightning rained down - and the hobbled doctor found himself transformed into Thor, God of Thunder! In these pages, you'll journey across the Rainbow Bridge to Eternal Asgard - and meet Lord Odin, Heimdall, Balder and Thor's evil half-brother, Loki, for the first time. And to top it off, the mythological origins of Asgard are revealed in fan-favorite backup features! Collecting JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY (1952) #83-109.
Iron Man is captured by A.I.M using a suction beam and trapped in a submarine by orders of Mordius. Meanwhile A.I.M. soldiers are gloating about how they have sunk The Maggia’s gambling ship and destroyed their leadership. The Golden Avenger is knocked out by gas while back on the sinking Maggia ship Jasper Sitwell is evacuating the passengers. Sitwell stumbles upon Whitney Frost whom he recognises from Stark Industries as one of Tony’s admirers...
Collects Tales to Astonish #27, 35-59.A man of action and a man of science, Dr. Henry Pym invented an amazing growth serum and a cybernetic helmet, and with them he became -- the Astonishing Ant-Man! Pym soon teamed with Janet Van Dyne, the winsome Wasp, and the two tiny titans went on to battle an array of mini- and maxi-sized menaces from the Scarlet Beetle to the Black Knight! But adventures in the microscopic world weren't enough for one of the Marvel Age's first super heroes. Soon, Ant-Man became the biggest Avenger there ever was -- Giant-Man!
In Glenville, Johnny lives with his sister Sue. While she's known as a member of the Fantastic Four, he tries to keep a low profile. We get to see the house, much of which is chemically fire-resistent, and equipped with various crime-fighting equipment. But even in the suburbs danger lurks, as someone called The Destroyer is hell-bent on wrecking a local amusement park nearing completion.
Captain Britain's new adventures continued through until #247, and from #248-253 the Marvel Team-Up issues that showcased Captain Britain's first US printed adventure were reprinted. Super Spider-Man and Captain Britain #253 marked the British hero's last appearance in the title, and his name was correspondingly dropped from the title, so that #254 was simply called Super Spider-Man.
King-Size series that reprinted the Fantastic Four and other early Marvel titles such as Tales To Astonish, Spider-Man and Journey into Mystery. Marvel Collectors' Item Classics became Marvel's Greatest Comics with issue #23