Steve Gerber comic
Collects Star Wars Special: The Constancia Affair, Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #1-9, Classic Star Wars: Han Solo at Stars' End #1-3, Classic Star Wars #1-3, material from Classic Star Wars #4 and Star Wars newspaper strips 3/11/1979-7/26/1981.Classic tales of Star Wars, from the funny pages to your bookshelves! Beginning in 1979, fans got a daily dose of a galaxy far, far away in their newspapers — now, with this volume, you can savor those stories without the 24-hour wait! C-3PO chronicles the adventures of the Rebel heroes! Luke takes his chances on a gambler's world! A sojourn on Tatooine is anything but peaceful! Princess Leia is put to work as an Imperial servant! Han Solo makes another Kessel Run! Han and Chewie get more than they bargained for on a job! And Boba Fett makes his comic debut!
In 1977 Marvel began publishing a full-color magazine series devoted to concepts thought to be deserving of special treatment, such as Kiss' first comics appearance as headliners, new stories of Conan, Star-Lord and Weirdworld, and occasional movie adaptations. With issue #14 however, the magazine became an irregularly published vehicle for comics versions of new films. The series lasted 41 issues.
Collects Fear #19, Man-Thing (1974) #1, Howard the Duck (1976) #1-16, Howard the Duck Annual #1, Marvel Treasury Edition #12, material from Giant-Size Man-Thing #4-5.Get the full story of how Marvel's most notorious movie star became trapped in a world he never made! Howard the Duck takes an adventure into fear when he's plucked from Duckworld and finds himself on Earth, bill to proboscis with the melancholy muck-monster Man-Thing! Stuck here on a planet of hairless apes, the furious fowl forges a future for himself in, of all places, Cleveland. But the would-be Master of Quack Fu will have his wings full hanging out with Spider-Man -- and waging "waaaugh" with madcap menaces like the Space Turnip, the Cookie Creature, the Beaver and Doctor Bong. Will that earn him a spot on the Defenders? Better yet, Howard for president!
Gra-Mo is next to unveil his invention to the Science Council, an android, to replace the city's robot labor force. Gra-Mo's android, however, is completely non-functional. Gra-Mo accuses Jor-El of ruining his invention, with emissions from the Phantom Zone Projector. Kweskill witnesses Gra-Mo take possession of the city's robot police force, and spitefully wreak havoc with it. Gra-Mo is swiftly arrested. Gra-Mo is the last criminal to be sentenced to exile in space. The Science Council has approved Jor-El's petition to use the Phantom Zone projector to incarcerate future criminals. Kweskill bears witness to the crimes of each of the multitude of criminals sentenced to the Phantom Zone.
Collects Ghost Rider (1973) #1-2, Marvel Spotlight (1971) #12-24, Marvel Team-Up (1972) #32, Son of Satan #1-8, Marvel Two-In-One (1974) #14.He's got Marvel's most rotten family tree: His sister is Satana, and dear old dad is none other than the Father of Lies himself! So is there any saving the soul of Daimon Hellstrom, the sensational Son of Satan? The world's best-dressed exorcist will ride to the rescue of Ghost Rider and fight alongside the Thing and the Human Torch! Flaming trident at the ready, pentagram on his chest, he'll contend with ice demons, a fire dragon, an Egyptian god, nihilists and folks who worship his father! Speaking of which, Daimon must endure an unhappy paternal reunion and a sibling rivalry with his succubus sis. They're the relatives from hell — literally!
Two hundred volumes long and still going strong, the MARVEL MASTERWORKS celebrate Vol. 200 with the launch of Marvel Two-In-One! Yes, the ever lovin', blue-eyed Thing's own series collected is between hard covers at last! Begun as a MARVEL FEATURE tryout, Ben Grimm's headlining effort kicked off with Hulk and Iron Man battles (not to mention Thanos and the Blood Brothers), and then shifted into high gear with monster vs. monster - yup, it's Thing vs. Man-Thing! Rounding out the first ten issues are the revival of the Guardians of the Galaxy; revelations in the life of the Valkyrie; and adventures with Daredevil, Sub-Mariner, Ghost Rider, Thor and Black Widow - and before you know it, you'll be clamoring for more! Ya ain't a Yancy Streeter, are ya? Collecting MARVEL FEATURE (1971) #11-12 and MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE (1974) #1-10.
"Last Stand on Krypton" is the sequal to Last son of Earth and conclude's Gerber's alternate take on the Superman Mythos by coming "Full Circle" back to our Boy's adopted home to see how his "Mom & Dad," Lara & Jor-El, are doing in their attempt to "revive" Kryptonian Culture. While great strides have been made, great forces have been set in motion to oppose changing "the way things are and ought to be".
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
Duke "Destroyer" Duck, a resident of an anthropomorphic world, goes in a brutal rampage against a ruthless company from another dimension that exploited and killed his only friend.The issue also features the first comic strip of Groo the Wanderer.
Even for a dazzling, leggy Las Vegas showgirl, Nevada is exceptional. Her dancing partner and closest friend is an ostrich named Bolero. Her past is a mystery. And her life is about to take a turn for the weird, as a series of bizarre murders sets her on a collision course with a stalker ex-boyfriend, a drunken mystic, a would-be Godfather, and cosmic destiny.
Void has a vision that a Daemonite will soon possess a "gifted one", or a being with immense powers. In her vision, she also so a war brewing. She gathered her teammates in WildC.A.T.s and have deduced that the war in the vision was probably the one between the countries of Yurgovia and Kasmia. Zealot informs her teammates that Yurgovia is being run by Baroness Destine, a sister of the Coda. While Grifter and Voodoo are the best suited to check things out in Yurgovia, Providence and a Daemonite travel to Baroness Destine, so she could provide the "gifted one" for the Daemonite to possess. Voodoo and Grifter follow some leads and find that a woman named Eliska the Witch may have given birth to the child they are looking for. When they arrive at her home, they find Baroness Destine, Providence and the Daemonite possessing the child. The WildC.A.T.s enter the fray and a large battle occurs. Voodoo is able to exorcise the Daemonite from the baby and Warblade kills the Daemonite while Grifter and Zealot defeat Baroness Destine. Lord Emp sets up Eliska and her child in a safe place and the WildC.A.T.s have saved the day.
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
A. Bizarro is the title of a four-issue comic book limited series published by DC Comics in 1999, and the name of the lead character of that series. The creators included writer Steve Gerber, penciller M. D. Bright, inker Greg Adams, colorist Tom Ziuko with separations by Digital Chameleon, letterer Steve Dutro, and editor Joey Cavalieri. It features characters from the Superman family of titles.
HOUSE OF SECRETS' Rain hosts this first-ever VERTIGO holiday anthology, featuring winter tales of some of the line's most popular characters like Desire of the Endless, John Constantine and many more.