Ramon Rosanas comic
Two hundred volumes long and still going strong, the MARVEL MASTERWORKS celebrate Vol. 200 with the launch of Marvel Two-In-One! Yes, the ever lovin', blue-eyed Thing's own series collected is between hard covers at last! Begun as a MARVEL FEATURE tryout, Ben Grimm's headlining effort kicked off with Hulk and Iron Man battles (not to mention Thanos and the Blood Brothers), and then shifted into high gear with monster vs. monster - yup, it's Thing vs. Man-Thing! Rounding out the first ten issues are the revival of the Guardians of the Galaxy; revelations in the life of the Valkyrie; and adventures with Daredevil, Sub-Mariner, Ghost Rider, Thor and Black Widow - and before you know it, you'll be clamoring for more! Ya ain't a Yancy Streeter, are ya? Collecting MARVEL FEATURE (1971) #11-12 and MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE (1974) #1-10.
"Last Stand on Krypton" is the sequal to Last son of Earth and conclude's Gerber's alternate take on the Superman Mythos by coming "Full Circle" back to our Boy's adopted home to see how his "Mom & Dad," Lara & Jor-El, are doing in their attempt to "revive" Kryptonian Culture. While great strides have been made, great forces have been set in motion to oppose changing "the way things are and ought to be".
- Issue # TPB (4 months ago)
Duke "Destroyer" Duck, a resident of an anthropomorphic world, goes in a brutal rampage against a ruthless company from another dimension that exploited and killed his only friend.The issue also features the first comic strip of Groo the Wanderer.
Even for a dazzling, leggy Las Vegas showgirl, Nevada is exceptional. Her dancing partner and closest friend is an ostrich named Bolero. Her past is a mystery. And her life is about to take a turn for the weird, as a series of bizarre murders sets her on a collision course with a stalker ex-boyfriend, a drunken mystic, a would-be Godfather, and cosmic destiny.
Void has a vision that a Daemonite will soon possess a "gifted one", or a being with immense powers. In her vision, she also so a war brewing. She gathered her teammates in WildC.A.T.s and have deduced that the war in the vision was probably the one between the countries of Yurgovia and Kasmia. Zealot informs her teammates that Yurgovia is being run by Baroness Destine, a sister of the Coda. While Grifter and Voodoo are the best suited to check things out in Yurgovia, Providence and a Daemonite travel to Baroness Destine, so she could provide the "gifted one" for the Daemonite to possess. Voodoo and Grifter follow some leads and find that a woman named Eliska the Witch may have given birth to the child they are looking for. When they arrive at her home, they find Baroness Destine, Providence and the Daemonite possessing the child. The WildC.A.T.s enter the fray and a large battle occurs. Voodoo is able to exorcise the Daemonite from the baby and Warblade kills the Daemonite while Grifter and Zealot defeat Baroness Destine. Lord Emp sets up Eliska and her child in a safe place and the WildC.A.T.s have saved the day.
- Issue # Full (10 months ago)
A. Bizarro is the title of a four-issue comic book limited series published by DC Comics in 1999, and the name of the lead character of that series. The creators included writer Steve Gerber, penciller M. D. Bright, inker Greg Adams, colorist Tom Ziuko with separations by Digital Chameleon, letterer Steve Dutro, and editor Joey Cavalieri. It features characters from the Superman family of titles.
HOUSE OF SECRETS' Rain hosts this first-ever VERTIGO holiday anthology, featuring winter tales of some of the line's most popular characters like Desire of the Endless, John Constantine and many more.
While The Dragon and Alex Wilde take a rampaging duck in a suit of armour that has defeated the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles into custody, the Vicious Circle engage in a turf war with several "anomalous" students led by the villainous Dr. Brainard. After The Dragon and the duck, named Destroyer Duck, rescue Destroyer's duck-friend and his duck-friend's girlfriend from the tyrranical clutches of Godcorp, they interfere in the turf war, allowing both sides to escape. Destroyer's rescued friends enter the witness relocation program under the assumed names "Leonard The Duck" and "Rhonda Martini."
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
That night in New York, at a magazine company called Cruel Fate, Journalist Martin Gold tries to get in touch with lawyer Charles Blackwater. However Charles does not pick up, He does pick up at one point , but hangs up after Martin mentions a certain case known as the Calder Case to him...
Gra-Mo is next to unveil his invention to the Science Council, an android, to replace the city's robot labor force. Gra-Mo's android, however, is completely non-functional. Gra-Mo accuses Jor-El of ruining his invention, with emissions from the Phantom Zone Projector. Kweskill witnesses Gra-Mo take possession of the city's robot police force, and spitefully wreak havoc with it. Gra-Mo is swiftly arrested. Gra-Mo is the last criminal to be sentenced to exile in space. The Science Council has approved Jor-El's petition to use the Phantom Zone projector to incarcerate future criminals. Kweskill bears witness to the crimes of each of the multitude of criminals sentenced to the Phantom Zone.
- Issue #4 (one year ago)
Writer Steve Gerber (Howard the Duck, HARD TIME) continues the thrilling 'Helmet of Fate!' An angel walks on planet Earth...and he's a superhero? The creature of two worlds is among us to keep us from the grasp of a great wickedness! Plus, who will bear the helmet of Dr. Fate?
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
"DESTINY'S SONG" On the trail of a mystical item that's fallen into the wrong hands, Dr. Strange and The Thing must race against the clock to repair the course of Destiny! It'll take every bit of the Thing's strength and every trick in Strange's bag to protect all mankind. Is there anything the Sorcerer Supreme and ever-lovin' blue-eyed Thing can't do? Check out this new Marvel Adventure to find out!
"Last Stand on Krypton" is the sequal to Last son of Earth and conclude's Gerber's alternate take on the Superman Mythos by coming "Full Circle" back to our Boy's adopted home to see how his "Mom & Dad," Lara & Jor-El, are doing in their attempt to "revive" Kryptonian Culture. While great strides have been made, great forces have been set in motion to oppose changing "the way things are and ought to be."
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
The Thing is irate that the Man-Thing has such a similar super-hero name and wants to confront him about it. Meanwhile, the original Molecule Man passes away and his "son", a costruct that the Molecule Man created and gave superficial life, goes through the same accident that imbued his father with super powers and takes his powerful wand. This new Molecule Man comes to Earth to fight the Fantastic Four and instead find The Thing and Man-Thing, who defeat him. When this new Molecule Man loses grasp of his wand after being defeated, he literally fades away to dust.