Louise Jones Simonson comic
Several months after the destruction of the Death Star, Emperor Palpatine sends an Imperial pilot to spy on the governor of a distant planet, M'haeli. Although Palpatine knows of certain Rebel activity on M'Haeli, he does not know of the presence of one particular Rebel: Princess Leia Organa! Can Leia undermine the enemy from within, or is she doomed to drown in a river of chaos? This ground-breaking four-issue series takes readers behind enemy lines, to see the Rebellion through the eyes of an officer of the Empire!
The biggest and best adventures of Marvel's mighty mutants - these are the X-Men Milestones! The X-Men, New Mutants and X-Factor are targeted for X-Tinction! To rescue a friend, the X-Men must invade the mutant-enslaving island nation of Genosha - but the Genoshans' memories are long, and their revenge will be terrifying! As the Magistrates strike, X-Factor and the New Mutants are drawn into the conflict - and they soon discover old foe Cameron Hodge powered up and pulling the strings! The three X-teams are kidnapped, brainwashed, stripped of their powers and forced into combat - and at least one among them will die! Can the powerless X-Men triumph over the military might of an entire nation? And when the dust settles on this classic crossover, will the X-universe be changed forever? Collecting UNCANNY X-MEN (1981) #235-238 and #270-272, NEW MUTANTS (1983) #95-97, and X-FACTOR (1986) #60-62.
Amazing High Adventure, originally solicited as High Adventure, was a sporadically published anthology of historical, biblical, and science-fiction adventure stories. Like the 1950 Ziff-Davis Amazing Adventures, it featured painted covers, with the artists including Joe Chiodo, Frank Cirocco, Dan Green, and John Bolton.
A collection of the Return of Superman story line.After the death and funeral of Superman, multiple Supermen start appearing in Metropolis, all of them claiming to be the Man of Steel (well, not all of them, but we'll get to that later). There's Cyborg Superman, Superboy, Steel, and Eradicator. While the people aren't sure who is who, we quickly find out that Superboy is a clone of Superman, Steel is just a man trying to honor Metropolis's fallen hero, Eradicator is an age-old Kryptonian being sent to save the last of the Kryptonians, and Cyborg-Superman has something more sinister up his sleeve, as he works with Mongul to reshape Coast City in his image. The reader quickly comes to find out that the real Superman is back in action. After a long battle and Eradictor sacrificing himself, both Cyborg Superman and Mongul are defeated, and the real Superman reclaims his thrown. Everything is back to normal once again.
We begin with Pete putting on his red and blue Spidey costume but it quickly turns into the symbiote while it is on him. We cut quickly to a street mugging. The muggers go back to some warehouse-type place where thy met up with their leader - he reveals that he had spent time in prison with the Vulture and has created his own Vulture-esque uniform ... except that it's red and yellow. The gang of four all change into Vulture costumes
We start off seeing warlock as an owl who is being perused by the psi-cops, a telekinetic group out to destroy all transmode beings. He lands in a cemetery and at the grave of his "self-friend",Doug Ramsey, he sinks down to see if there are any remains of the transmode virus. Finds a girl that can alter things into techno-organisms, they are attacked and manage to escape!
A special historical one-shot issue featuring the marriage of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, with appearances from characters throughout the DC Universe and with stories and art by creators from throughout the Man of Steel's career!
- Issue # Full (3 years ago)
Over a year ago, Superman fought the urge to become the Krypton Man. Now the Krypton Man is born anew from the Earth's fiery sun--the same place where the Man of Steel buried the mysterious Kryptonian Eradicator.