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In 1986, Marvel launched CLASSIC X-MEN, a series that reprinted the "All-New, All-Different X-Men" era - with a twist! All-new backup stories fleshed out the 1970s tales and delved deeper into the characters' lives - and new story pages were even inserted into the reprints, expanding on key moments and sowing the seeds for future storylines! Now, all this newly created material has been collected together - complete with comparisons and text pieces explaining what was changed, what was added and why! Friendships are forged, allies are mourned and lives are transformed in these rare tales that dance between the raindrops of some of the most revered X-Men comics of all time! It's the perfect companion piece to your UNCANNY X-MEN collection! Collecting CLASSIC X-MEN #1-23.
In the wake of Knightfall, Catwoman finds herself working for Bane, who now runs Gotham City from the shadows. She steals for him, under the watchful eye of a handler named Leopold, whose only mission in life is to make sure she's not skimming off the top. In her civilian guise, it's revealed that Selina has taken a young runaway under her wing, a girl named Arizona, who reminds her of her old friend from the East End, Holly Robinson.
In this issue, Willow is given the task of delivering a child to the Daikini Crossroads, not knowing that the child has a great destiny and that his task will prove more difficult than imagined in part one of this adaptation.
The saga of Mowgli and his brothers, adapted from Rudyard Kipling's THE JUNGLE BOOK by comics legends Gil Kane and P. Craig Russell! Originally presented in MARVEL FANFARE #8-11. Includes sneak previews for the upcoming Marvel Illustrated line of books featuring the Last of the Mohicans and more!
Genre: Movies & TV
- Issue # Full (10 months ago)
Francis is born in Assisi, Italy in the year 1181 or 1182, at the end of the Dark Ages. As he grows up he becomes friend to many nobles, even though he is a member of the middle class. A war with the nearby town Perugia sends Francis into battle. He is captured along with many of his noble friends and imprisoned. He offers comfort to his fellow inmates, but is affected by the imprisonment himself. After a year of being a prisoner the ransom is paid and they are freed. However just months later Francis takes ill and is sick for a very long time. Finally Francis, known as "King of the Feasts" amongst his friends, returns to full health. Francis feels a greater desire to be a noble, and be accepted and he creates bigger and better parties, all the while spending his fathers money...
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
The Punisher's in prison, but he can't complain... Now the criminals have nowhere to run! But while he's in gray, his trademark black-and-white look's being used by an army out to wipe out the mob and anyone else in the way! Marvel's vicious veteran vigilante finds out who to kill and who to trust in his original miniseries! Collecting PUNISHER #1-5 (1986).
While playing soccer on a warm summer's day, Sunspot lost his patience and shoved Cannonball with his super human strength. The accident knocked his best friend unconscious and all his other friends in the New Mutants turned against him. While the others were at the hospital, Sunspot found his school report, in which Professor Xavier stated his concern that Sunspot would choose to follow his father's path in life and join the Hellfire Club. Magneto is overwhelmed by the administrative work that goes into watching Xavier's students and called Moira MacTaggart for help. She agreed and Siryn and Jamie Maddrox accompany her to New York...
The first issue of this all-new series includes "24 Hour Room Service" and "A Creepy Homecoming," both written by Peter David, penciled by Kieron Dwyer, and inked by Tom Sutton, as well as "Bloodsuckers" by David, penciled by Gene Colan, and inked by Steve Leialoha. Also in this issue: "Turn of the Wheel," written by Jo Duffy, penciled by James Fry, and inked by Viscardi. Distributed by Dark Horse Comics, this is the first of the new Creepy stories published under the Harris label. This issue features a cover painting by Dan Brereton.
The Saga of Crystar: Crystal Warrior - a Marvel owned character, specifically created to licence to a toy company. Crystar was taken up by Remco who produced a range of action figures and vehicles in 1982 (before the comic was officially launched).
On their way out of the compound, secretly given permission by Youngblood field leader Shaft, the Bloodpool participants liberate some weapons and ordinance classified "outdated" and headed off. The participants broke into two groups and the primary members of the program literally ran head first into a kidnapping at gunpoint.Operating on instinct alone the Bloodpool participants leaped from the vehicle, saved the intended victims and took the check written to them on the spot as an omen regarding their future: super powered mercenaries.