Peter Gross comic
The crew of the commercial towing vessel Nostromo finds themselves being awoken from hyper-sleep prior to their arrival at Earth. The ship's computer has diverted them a mysterious planet, where it picked up an signal of unknown origin. After landing on the planet, the ship's captain, Dallas, it's navigator, Lambert, and the second-in-command Kane go to investigate, while the rest of the crew - Warrant Officer Ripley, Science Officer Ash, and the engineers Brett and Parker work on repairs and monitor Dallas's team's progress...
- Issue # TPB (5 months ago)
What would it be like if Superman had no feelings for human beings? With his lazer sword in one hand and his Shield in the other he only comes to earth for one thing- JUSTICE.
To know her is to fear her! In celebration of the original Spider-Woman’s triumphant return in the pages of NEW AVENGERS comes this colossal collection of classic tales – plus a brand-new 8-page story by NEW AVENGERS scribe BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS and artist RICK MAYS (ULTIMATE MARVEL TEAM-UP)! Featuring the super-heroine sensation’s nerve-numbing first appearance and origin in MARVEL SPOTLIGHT #32 (February 1977); the premiere issue of her solo series, SPIDER-WOMAN #1 (April 1978); and the first appearance of Siryn, featuring the X-Men and Nick Fury, from SPIDER-WOMAN #37-38 (April/June 1981).
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
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...
When a wrongfully charged inmate undergoes a scientific experiment to receive enhanced strength and bulletproof skin, Luke Cage is born! Now a free man, Luke Cage starts a business as a Hero for Hire!
OverviewThe best Star Wars comics creative team to ever put pen to paper, Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson, unite once again to adapt the second Star Wars movie to comic form. This first of two volumes brings the Marvel Comics adaptation of The Empire Strikes Backback into print for the first time since 1980. Al Williamson's classic art is supplemented by brand-new interior coloring, as well as a new cover by Williamson commissioned especially for this volume.
OverviewDark Horse presents Classic Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, the next thrilling chapter in the greatest space fantasy ever! The Emperor and Darth Vader make the final preparations to destroy the Rebel Alliance once and for all. Meanwhile, Luke Skywalker, now a Jedi Knight, must rescue Han Solo, frozen in carbonite, from the palace of Jabba the Hutt.
The events in Classic Star Wars take place between the first and second Star Wars films, and each issue is jam-packed with action. Our debut issue is no exception: Luke and Leia embark on a scouting mission, are pursued by Imperial troops, and fall into the clutches of a bounty hunter whose real target is Han Solo! Whew! The whole shebang is written by Archie Goodwin, drawn by Al Williamson, and colored by Steve Buccellato, with a new cover by Williamson.
The long-running series rotates creators with almost every story arc. Though tales focus on Batman, they can be told at any point in the timeline -- even in the future. Originally conceived as a vehicle for any and all Batman tales, no matter how far-fetch. Legends has been slightly more conservative. Though stories are generally separate from current continuity, Legends has touched the main Batman titles significantly, particularly with the introduction of Venom, the drug that gave Bane his incredible strength.
But just as Waverider finished a trip into Captain Atom's possible future, his mission was interrupted as Monarch ventured back to the present to destroy him. The heroes united against the dictator, and Monarch was revealed as former hero Hawk. Corrupted by the death of his partner Dove, Hawk was driven to insanity and adopted the identity of Monarch, only to be defeated and sent reeling back through the time stream by the power of Captain Atom.