Bill Mantlo comic
51 weekly issues followed, reprinting Marvel US Spider-Man stories and incorporating new strip (featuring the Zoids) from UK creators, including a young Grant Morrison.
The Micronauts (Acroyear, Bioship, Bug, Fireflyte, Huntarr, Marionette, Arcturus Rann), alongside Karza's fleet encountered and battled the D'arnellian fleet. Both D'arnellians and Dog Soldiers rapidly died by the thousands in the savage struggle. Karza and Bioship were held in reserve in case the Micronauts failed, and Bioship's sensors determined that the power they faced originated from Earth. From an asteroid, the Entity himself confronted the warring armies. Rann asked him why he waged war against the Microverse, and the Entity replied "For the fun of it!" as he snapped his fingers and shattered the planet D'arnell. Bioship shielded itself and Karza from the flying planetary debris, while the Entity bound the Micronauts against asteroids. The Entity then sensed the presence of Bioship and Karza, and they fled at full speed to escape his wrath.
The Avengers' odd couple star in their own mini-series! Scarlet Witch and Vision have enough challenges in their marriage; she is a hot blooded mystic mutant, while Vision is a calculating automaton. Together they are an unstoppable force in battle. In their first issue, Scarlet Witch faces a gaggle of demonic foes on Halloween. Good thing she brought back-up!
The original series faithfully reproduced after 25 years! After saving their own world from a celestial catastrophe, the Autobots and Decepticons have crashed landed on Earth! Each side sets out to explore their new surroundings, seeking resources and possibly allies. One such ally may be a bookworm named Buster Witwicky, and his mechanic father, Sparkplug.
When Optimus Prime's ship full of Autobots is attacked by Megatron and the Decepticons, the spaceship crash-lands on Earth. Several million years later, the robots wake up and continue their fight on this strange new world.
Micronauts: Special Edition was a five-part series that ran from 1983-1984. The series reprinted Bill Mantlo and Michael Golden's first twelve issues, an legendary run which introduced Marvel readers to The Micronauts, Baron Karza, Captain Universe, The Time Travelers and many more as well as the world they lived in a microscopic reality called The Microverse.
From the pages of IRON MAN and MARVEL TEAM-UP, fan favorite Jack of Hearts returns in his own limited series! Jack Hart begins a quest to uncover his true origins - in a story that brings him face to face with everyone from SHIELD to some strange races of aliens to Marcy Kane (from the pages of Spider-Man)! What could the hidden history of Jack of Hearts have to do with all of these characters?
I must deny myself! I have to be pure and undistracted to do what must be done! I can't -- I can not -- I can not love another!
Deep in space two centuries ago a decisive battle between the forces of good and evil was fought. The brave Spaceknights of Galador defeated the evil sorcery and super-science of the Dire Wraiths and scattered them to the furthest reaches of the galaxy. Now in present day their eternal struggle has spilled over to Earth. Rom, greatest of the Spaceknights, has arrived in Clairton, a small West Virginia town. Frightened by the arrival of a 7' alien, the people of Clairton have called in the National Guard. Can Rom convince those he came to save that the true enemy resides in their very ranks?
A dazzling crazy adventure in Halfworld! This mini-series re-introduces us to the crazy goings on in the whacky world of misfit (nuts) humans and their animal caregivers.
Questprobe was an aborted series produced by a joint venture between Marvel Comics and Scott Adams' Adventure International video game company. The series was initially laid out and designed by Scott Adams and John Byrne and was to feature twelve issues that dovetailed with a series of video games featuring most of the Marvel stable of superheroes.
When a coalition of alien empires decide to invade planet Earth, the World's Greatest Heroes unite! But against the power of the stars aligned against them, not even the World's Greatest Heroes may be enough to save the planet this time.
"Fowl of Fear!" Insane farmer Mister Chicken has his eyes on Howard and Bev. He thinks they would make good livestock. "From Hell It Cometh...Chair-Thing!" The Kidney Lady hassle Howard and Bev, who end up naked in bed on the final page.
Every year on Midsummer's Eve, Victor von Doom clashes with the forces of evil in a vain attempt to free his mother's soul from Hell. Only when Doctor Stephen Strange -- Master of the Mystic Arts and Earth's Sorcerer Supreme -- is convinced to join the fight, does the outcome have any hope of changing. But first these unlikely allies must journey to Mephisto's infernal realm ... where they find that the cost of one soul may be more than they are willing to pay!
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