Gerard Jones comic

Mutants Vs. Ultras: First Encounters

Mutants Vs. Ultras: First Encounters

All 3 issues collected: Prime/ Hulk, Nightman vs Wolverine, All new exiles vs X-men.

Prime (1995)

Prime (1995)

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Magneto And His Magnetic Men

Magneto And His Magnetic Men

In this issue Magneto ( the only character not to be Amalgamated ) discovers that his Magnetic Men have gained sentient life. He frees them from their obligations to him. Unfortunately, Magnetos brother Will Magnus is still waging his war on mutants.

Batman: Fortunate Son

Batman: Fortunate Son

"A startling and moving tale from the early days of Batman's crime-fighting career."This story has an interesting take on the generation gap between Batman and Robin using 'rock and roll' as the divider.

Superman & The Justice League America

Superman & The Justice League America

Series of trade paperbacks.

Solitaire

Solitaire

N/a

Martian Manhunter: American Secrets

Martian Manhunter: American Secrets

It's 1959, and America is a place of many secrets. The Cold War is heating to a boil, TV game shows are fixed, and the U.S. teenagers are becoming slaves to the passion of rock and roll. Police detective John Jones is a man with a secret himself: he's really from the planet Mars and he's lost and alone on an uncaring alien landscape called Earth. Yet as the Martian Manhunter, he fights secretly to defend this adopted world. When a stranger drops dead in his arms, the Manhunter is drawn into a web of mystery whose twisted trails lead him even deeper into the secrets of the dark soul of America itself.

The Adventures Of Ford Fairlane

The Adventures Of Ford Fairlane

4 part mini-series from writer Gerard Jones and artist Jose Delbo. A prequel comic intended to promote the 1990 movie vehicle for controversial comedian Andrew Dice Clay, The Adventures of Ford Fairlane which would flop at the box office.

Justice League Spectacular

Justice League Spectacular

When Elongated Man and Sue Dibny are taken hostage by the Royal Flush Gang, the Justice League reunites to rescue them.

UltraForce (1994)

UltraForce (1994)

Ultraforce followed the most powerful assemblage of ultras on Earth. Ultraforce members consisted of characters from other comic books, including Hardcase, Prime, Ghoul and Prototype.

The Shadow Strikes!

The Shadow Strikes!

N/a

The Flash 50th Anniversary Special

The Flash 50th Anniversary Special

During the CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS, Barry Allen--a.k.a. The Flash--made the ultimate sacrifice and gave his life to save millions. In his stead, the world welcomes the new Fastest Man Alive, as Wally West picks up his mentor's mantle. Long live the Flash!

Wonder Man (1991)

Wonder Man (1991)

N/a

Prime

Prime

Prime is a superhero created by Bob Jacob, Gerard Jones, Len Strazewski, and Norm Breyfogle. He debuted in Prime #1 under Malibu Comics' Ultraverse imprint, and was one of its flagship characters along with Mantra and Hardcase. The character design was credited to Bret Blevins. The character also appeared in the superhero group Ultraforce.

Power of Prime

Power of Prime

N/a

Justice League International (1993)

Justice League International (1993)

After the events of last issue, the team becomes Justice League International as an ancient Aztec cult attacks the team and neutralizes their combined power. Only the newest members, Metamorpho, Tasmanian Devil and the mysterious Maya, are there to fight for the team's freedom!

Justice League America

Justice League America

A Zero Month crossover issue. After its recent disbanding, the Justice League has invited heroes to join the team. Many heroes accept Wonder Woman’s invitation to join the league, including former members Crimson Fox, Fire, Flash, Hawkman, and Metamorpho. The League has rebuilt one of the Overmaster’s escape pods, and is using that as their new orbital headquarters. At one last pickup, a last batch of heroes has accepted the invite: Blue Beetle, Nuklon, and Obsidian; except, after the pickup, Crimson Fox notices that the Blue Beetle is acting strange. It ends up that the heroes have not picked up Beetle, but rather a robot impersonating him in order to gain access to the Overmaster’s computer system. After a lengthy fight, the League defeat the robot, thanks to newcomers Nuklon and Obsidian. The new league has been formed.

JLX

JLX

After being framed by Will Magnus, the Mariner is captured by S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Judgment League Avengers. Mister X assembles a team from the ranks of the Judgment League: Avengers to free their fellow metamutant. The team is composed of Apollo, Runaway, Nightcreeper, Firebird, Mariner, Wraith and Mercury and are collectively known as JLX.

Hulk 2099

Hulk 2099

John Eisnheart is being interrogated about what has happend in the past three days by a government official. Later he is seen taking the last survivor of the kinghts of banner, Gawain, to get to a safer location. Unfortunately the evil villain\ glory hog Draco had other plans and started ravaging the area, which only dispatched the police who accidently shot Gawain. This sent John into a frenzy revealing his new monstrous form which he then used to destroy most of his surroundings. Draco left before he could really get hurt by the beast.

Guy Gardner: Reborn

Guy Gardner: Reborn

Well, Hal Jordan's reclaimed his position as Green Lantern of Earth. And, as part of their deal, Guy Gardner's agreed to quit the Green Lantern Corps and relinquish his ring (see Green Lantern). Without his powers, what's a Guy to do?