David Michelinie comic
For years the Avengers have fought to keep the world free -- but now Victor Von Doom, despotic monarch of Latveria is about to change all that. If the Avengers cannot stop him, his flawless, most desperate plan yet will put the entire world under his armored thumb. And the Avengers will be the first to fall. Reprints MARVEL GRAPHIC NOVEL #27.
- Issue # Full (3 months ago)
Collecting Venom: Carnage Unleashed #1-4, Venom: Sinner Takes All #1-5; and material from Amazing Spider-Man Super Special, Spider-Man Super Special, Venom Super Special, Spectacular Spider-Man Super Special and Web of Spider-Man Super Special.Venom stars in tales of violence and vengeance! When the video game "Carnage Unleashed" becomes a hit, it provides the psychopathic Cletus Kasady with the opportunity to gain his freedom -and renew his sadistic reign of terror on the streets! The only way to stop a bad symbiote? A good(ish) symbiote! Blood will flow as Venom takes on Carnage! Then, when killer vigilante Sin-Eater strikes, Eddie Brock's ex-wife is caught in the crossfire. To survive, must she become the bride of Venom? Plus, Spider-Man and the Scarlet Spider must stand by Eddie's side when an alien invasion threatens to turn Earth into the Planet of the Symbiotes!
Time is collapsing in on itself. The villainous Extant has ushered in a series of black holes that are swallowing the universe—past, present and future! Superman, like everyone else in the DC Universe, has seen time loops affect his life. The result? Krypton never exploded. The Kents never found a baby Kal-El in a field. Superman isn’t the protector of Metropolis. Then, after the crisis in time has been averted, new details about the origins of Superman, Superboy and Steel are revealed...
Simon Williams leaps off the page in his own one-shot adventure! Feeling dissatisfied as an Avenger, yet discouraged as an actor, Wonder Man tries a new occupation on for size: Simon Williams, science tech trouble-shooter! What does this position entail exactly? As Wonder Man straddles the line between civilian and hero, he'll need to make his most difficult decision yet -- is he truly cut out to be one of Earth's Mightiest?
- Issue # Full (4 months ago)
This series was designed as part of the DC marketing campaign known as the DC Explosion. It was canceled in 1978 in a company cancellation decision known colloquially as the DC Implosion.
Collects West Coast Avengers (1984) #1-4, Iron Man Annual #7, Avengers (1963) #250, West Coast Avengers (1985) #1-7, Vision And The Scarlet Witch (1985) #1-2 And Wonder Man (1986) #1.Earth's Mightiest Heroes go West! When Vision creates a second squad, Hawkeye grabs the first Quinjet to California to lead the West Coast Avengers — including Mockingbird, Wonder Man, Tigra and an Iron Man or two! But will local vigilante the Shroud join the West Coasters? How about Firebird, Hank "Ant-Man" Pym and the Ever-Lovin' Blue-Eyed Thing?! The "Whackos" quickly make their own enemies — including the Blank, Graviton, Master Pandemonium and a villainous Goliath! Plus: Kraven the Hunter targets Tigra! Wonder Man battles Sandman! And Vision and Scarlet Witch lend a hand against the Grim Reaper and Ultron!
The Man of Steel has been through many unexpected transformations in his time, but no change was ever as shocking as this!Clark Kent is newly married to the love of his life, Lois Lane … but something strange is happening to his secret identity. Somehow, the Last Son of Krypton is turning into a being of pure energy—and manifesting unique new super-powers as a result. But this electrifying alteration also means that he must wear a special containment suit—or risk total disintegration!Now, with his new costume and powers, the Man of Tomorrow has become a completely different hero. Forget “faster than a speeding bullet”—this Superman moves at the speed of lightning!But has he mastered his metamorphosis well enough to take on Metallo, stop a death cult targeting Jimmy Olsen, and help save the bottle city of Kandor from a violent uprising? These all look like jobs for Superman—and this is no time for an identity crisis!The classic ’90s saga of Superman Blue is reborn in this all-new comprehensive trade paperback edition. Collecting Superman #122-125, Action Comics #732-734, The Adventures of Superman #545-547, Superman: The Man of Steel #67-69 and Superman Annual #9, this first of four volumes features some of comics’ greatest talents—including Dan Jurgens, Ron Frenz, Karl Kesel, Stuart Immonen, Scot Eaton, David Micheline, Tom Grummett, Louise Simonson, Jon Bogdanove, Sean Chen and many more!
Collect Maximum Carnage #1-14. Carnage has returned and he's ready to bring his brand of murder and mayhem to New York. But when Carnage adopts like-minded allies, it becomes Maximum Carnage. Can Spider-Man, Venom and others stop him?
This is the first single-volume publication of a six-part comic cult favorite, in which a suicidal alien and a plucky prostitute form a detective agency that accepts cases rejected by Scotland Yard. A Victorian setting evokes the Sherlock Holmes mysteries, spiced up with supernatural sleuthing in the manner of Dr. Who and a touch of steampunk style. Includes bonus pin-up by Brandon Graham. Contains adult material.
- Issue # TPB (10 months ago)
Note: Except for #165-166 that were co-written by Roger McKenzie and Frank Miller, this volume only reprints issues that feature the young "artist" Frank Miller. It wasn't until #168 when Frank Miller took over full writing duties (see Daredevil Visionaries: Frank Miller #2).
Think Superman is Lex's biggest problem? Ha! In this 4-issue miniseries, learn of two new threats to Luthor's empire, and more about the man who hates Superman more than any other villain. While Luthor contends with Superman's continual interference in his affairs, he finds that there are bigger problems to deal with. When a spy inside of LexCorp threatens to take away everything Luthor has--including his daughter and a businessman/inspirational speaker eclipses Luthor's success at every turn, Luthor is challenged as he never has been before.
Collected for the very first time - the debut adventures of the H.A.R.D. Corps in the original Valiant Universe by legendary creators Jim Shooter (Secret Wars), David Lapham (Stray Bullets), David Michelinie (Amazing Spider-Man), Bernard Chang (Green Lantern Corps) and more!The most important technological breakthrough of the century might also be its most dangerous. After years of trial and error, multinational conglomerate Omen Enterprises has finally perfected a cybernetic brain implant that will change the face of modern warfare forever. With a legion of ex-soldiers at their disposal, Omen is building the private army of the future - a squadron of enhanced commandos that calls itself the H.A.R.D. Corps! But even with the powers of flight, telekinesis, and mind control at their command, not everyone is willing to volunteer for service...but Omen has ways of making you fight for a paycheck.
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
In this issue, after thinking back to his first adventure and then recovering the Cross of Coronado, Indy finds out that his father has disappeared while on a quest in part one of this adaptation.
Would Tony Stark still be Iron Man...if he wasn't Tony Stark? Twenty years ago, in a college experiment gone bad, the young Stark's mind is transferred to the body of impoverished but brilliant fellow student, Victor von Doom! Blamed for the unsanctioned research, his memory wiped clean, Tony is deported and forced to face life as a disgraced Latverian commoner. Meanwhile, von Doom grows and flourishes in the wealth and privilege of being sole heir to tark Industries. Thus, in separate cauldrons on different sides of the world, both Iron Man and Dr. Doom are forged anew. But who are the men inside the armors...really? Find out in "WHAT IF TONY STARK HAD BECOME DR. DOOM?", co-plotted and written by David Michelinie ("IRON MAN: THE END"), pencilled by Graham Nolan ("X-MEN FOREVER") and co-plotted and inked by Bob Layton ("HERCULES: TWILIGHT OF A GOD"). PLUS, What If: The Venom Symbiote Possessed Deadpool – Part 1!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
This is a spin off for Venom finally giving him his own series. In this story part one of lethal protector, Eddie Brock moves away to San francisco to help fight crime in his own anti hero way.When he is approached by police wanting to bring him in for the murder of the guard at the vault when he ecaped. He evades them and ends up trying to find somewhaere else for a place to stay when he comes upon people being beaten in the park. Naturally he steps in as venom. The scene cuts and goes to New York City. There peter sees that venom is at large in california. He gets on a plane and starts searching for his black counterpart and finds him. He immediatly thinks venom is killing innocent people and steps in. Venom is angered by spidey breaking their agreement to stay away from one another and fights off the goons fleeing.
When the Thundercats’ homeworld is destroyed, a small group of survivors crash-land on the mysterious green world known as Third Earth. They soon find themselves in a desperate fight for survival against their mortal enemies the Mutants. However, things go from bad to worse when their battle with the vile Mutants awakens Mumm-Ra, an ancient ogre-mage whose dark magic powers know no rival.