Mark Gruenwald 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 (5 months ago)
The sequel to ‘Citizen Kang’ guest-stars Thunderstrike, US Agent, and War Machine! Terminatrix attempts to expand Chronopolis beyond Kang's seven-millennium boundaries, and discovers a shocking secret about time!
The Kree are one of the Fantastic Four's oldest enemies; the Shi'ar, one of the X-Men's oldest allies. But it's the Avengers who are caught in the middle when the two alien races wage a war to re-write Marvel's map of the universe! As two-legged WMDs land on Earth, the Avengers end up as alien invaders on wartorn worlds of wonder, both as a unit and individually! Featuring the Imperial Guard! Starforce! Deathbird! Thor vs. Gladiator! Super heroes from three galaxies and more clash in the first half of the story that shook the team to its foundations!
Story continued from Squadron Supreme (1985 1st Series) #12. In the tragic aftermath of the super-hero war (see Squadron Supreme (1985 1st Series) #1-12) the team attempts to pick up the pieces and move on. New relationships have developed and a powerful new threat looms on the horizon. An unbelievable menace from beyond the stars will destroy the Earth in twelve hours and the only thing standing in its way is the Squadron Supreme!
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
Hail, hail the gang's all here! All your favorite folks who don the webs in one book for the FIRST TIME EVER! An old television program that features SPIDER-MAN and ARAÑA (with guest appearances by SPIDER-HAM and the SPIDER-MOBILE) returns to haunt SPIDER-GIRL in an 8-page original story. Also features MARVEL TAILS STARRING PETER PORKER THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-HAM #1 (November 1983), written by Tom DeFalco and illustrated by Mark Armstrong, in which Captain Americat and Spider-Ham investigate a video-arcade saboteur and run afoul of Hulk Bunny; SPIDER-WOMAN #20 (November 1979), written by Mark Gruenwald and illustrated by Frank Springer, featuring the first meeting between Spider-Woman and Spider-Man; and SPIDER-MAN 2099 #1 (November 1992), written by Peter David and illustrated by Rick Leonardi, where an all-new, all-different web-slinger is born as hot-shot geneticist Miguel O'Hara finds his genetic code merged with that of a spider's! Also features the first Untold Tale of Spider-Man as told by Kurt Busiek & Pat Oliffe!
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition is a twenty issue series that serves as an encyclopedia of nearly every character, location, object, and alien race in the Marvel Universe. This second volume is arguably the best of this series. The design included expanded entries and multiple images for all major characters (typically 1-2 pages).
It's a world not unlike our own. Words like paranormal or super-hero are euphemisms only used in comic books and movies. That was until the White Event! In one blinding moment the landscape of the universe changed. Welcome to the New Universe. Seven very special people are brought together by their unique abilities at the mysterious facility known as "The Clinic for Paranormal Research." They soon find themselves caught up in a conspiracy bigger than anyone could have possibly realized. When they revolt against their oppressors and go on the lamb they will forever be known as D.P. 7 (Displaced Paranormals - 7).
The Starblasters kidnap Uatu the Watcher, then install two thrusters on the Moon to push it out of orbit onto our planet. While Quasar and other Earth super-heroes gather to investigate the changes of the Moon, the Starblasters also kidnap Kayla Ballantine, actual owner of the Star Brand.
Wendell Elvis Vaughn was an unassuming young man born in Fon du Lac, but raised in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. He had served his country in the army with distinction, and had applied at SHIELD with the intent to be a field agent. However, despite his high marks in all his classes it was the committee’s opinion that Vaughn lacked a certain ‘killer instinct’ that they felt was required in all their field agents. Feeling that he would likely be relegated to desk work Wendell went home and quietly awaited word of his first assignment. Word came weeks later in the form of a letter offering him an assignment working security for Stark International on his father’s project. Wendell assumed that his dad, Dr. Gilbert Vaughn pulled some strings.
Enthralled in his relationship, Clint opens up to new girlfriend Sheila Danning about his super hero origin. The date ends abruptly when Hawkeye investigates a break-in at Cross Technologies…and the intruder’s none other than Mockingbird! Is Cross Tech involved in illegal affairs that are destroying the environment? Mockingbird seems to think so, and she'll stop at nothing to convince Hawkeye!