Michael Jan Friedman comic
Having stolen the limitless energy of the Silver Surfer, Doctor Doom sets his sights on his cursed adversaries, the Fantastic Four! But do even the FF stand a chance against Doom? who¹s now charged with the Power Cosmic?! And can the Surfer find a way to reclaim his majestic abilities? He better, before he drowns in a wave of Latveria¹s bloodthirsty stormtroopers!
The Ultimates - the first government-sponsored cadre of Super Heroes - was assembled to face the threats to humanity too insanely powerful for other operatives to handle. Led by a general who gave an eye in the service of his country, the super-powered roster includes a billionaire playboy in a high-tech suit of armor, a World War II super-soldier whom fate has thrust into the twenty-first century, an environmentalist icon who claims to be an ancient Norse god, and a scientist whose mutant power allow her to shrink to the stature of an insect.But even the Ultimates are unprepared for a quintet of mysterious visitors who appear in the midst of the team's top-security base of operations, claiming to be emissaries from the future...
Lieutenant Worf of the Enterprise is asked to undertake a covert mission by the Empire's High Council. A Klingon colony is threatened by an underground movement of the planet's indigenous life-forms - a movement led by Nikolai Rozhenko, Worf's human foster brother from the episode "Homeward."
8 issue series from writer Michael Jan Friedman and artist Luke McDonnell. Outlaws tells a post-apocalyptic re-imaging of the Robin Hood story.
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!
Picard and Riker land on the planet Raimon to attend the death celebration of the planet's Primarch, but Picard is witness to more than he expects in "Return to Raimon." Continued next issue.
Part 1 of 8. It's a sprawling cosmic saga as the stars of GREEN LANTERN, L.E.G.I.O.N. '93 and THE DARKSTARS come together in one of the greatest space adventures ever: DC UNIVERSE: TRINITY, a crossover in 8 parts that decides, once and for all, who has jurisdiction over the spaceways. TRINITY is the story of the Triarch, a trio of ancient deities who, a billion years ago, attempted to remake the universe. Now they're returned to finish the job, forcing the Green Lantern Corps, L.E.G.I.O.N. and the Darkstars into a cataclysmic war with seemingly omnipotent beings. Continues in Green Lantern (1990 2nd Series) #44.
A ZERO HOUR tie-in! The history of the Darkstars is revealed and Ferrin Colos's troubled past is exposed when he visits his homeworld to make peace with the family he left behind and the heritage he turned his back on in order to become a Darkstar.