Steve Skeates comic
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Classics brings back all of the original silver age comics from the beginning. Volume 1 contains issues #1-4 featuring the artwork of such comic luminaries as Wally Wood, Gil Kane, Dan Adkins, Reed Crandall, and more!
In 1968 a mysterious voice gifted two teenage brothers, Hank and Don Hall, with superpowers that transformed them into the Hawk and the Dove! The superhero duo embodied the clashing political ideologies of the era, with the Hawk, ever militant, ready to jump into battling evil, and the Dove, a pacifist, refusing to raise a fist.Fighting for what’s right on different sides of the ideological spectrum, the two clean up crime on the streets of their hometown, face the threat of the Drop Outs gang, take down a group of dangerous escaped convicts, team up with the Teen Titans and attempt to save their father from the wrath of a man he once sent to prison.HAWK & DOVE: THE SILVER AGE collects SHOWCASE #75, THE HAWK AND DOVE#1-6 and TEEN TITANS #21, and features work from Steve Skeates, Steve Ditko, Gil Kane, Neal Adams and more!
Holy dancing disco bellbottoms, Underdog! It's 1975 again! American Mythology has uncovered beautiful unpublished Underdog stories from the original Gold Key comic series that have never been seen before! These stories are by the original creative teams of Steve Skeates and John Albano and were discovered in a collector's stash. We've resurrected these archeological finds and given them some TLC to create Underdog 1975. We're also including some groovy reprint stories from the Gold Key series to make this a one of a kind time capsule issue. Go back in time with us to a simpler era with incredible cartoon characters.
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)
Collects ADVENTURE COMICS #120, #174, #220, #260, #266, #269, #444, #452, #475; AQUAMAN (1962-) #1, #18, #40; JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ANNUAL #2; AQUAMAN (1986-) #3; AQUAMAN (1991-) #2, #34; AQUAMAN (1994-) #4, #17; and AQUAMAN (2011-) #1, #43.
A freewheeling collection of Plastic Man stories spanning three decades! Reprinting stories from POLICE COMICS #1, POLICE COMICS #13, HOUSE OF MYSTERY #160, PLASTIC MAN VOL. 2 #1 and PLASTIC MAN VOL. 2 #11. Featuring the origin and first appearance of Plastic Man, Woozy Winks and much more!
- Issue # Full (3 years ago)
This title formerly called Star-Spangled War Stories; see Our Army at War #168 for 1st app. Cover by Joe Kubert. Legends Never Die!, script by Bob Haney, pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Gerry Talaoc; The Unknown Soldier helps hold a vital position during the Battle of the Bulge; Flashback to his childhood, and the explosion that made him the Unknown Soldier. And Then There Was One, script by Steve Skeates, art by Ric Estrada; Details on how Lt. Larry Rock recieved the head-wound that causes him spells of momentary madness; Larry Rock is the brother of Sgt. Rock, who's stories take place in the Pacific.
Plop! was a Bi-monthly anthology comic featuring stories in both horror and humour genres. The stories were often hosted by DC's regular story tellers Cain, Abel and Eve. The title also featured the works by some of the industry's best cartoonists.
The Drop-Outs, a gang of thieves, run rampant in the college town of Elmond, and Hawk and Dove are unable to capture them due to their constant bickering.
The Hamsters of Doom." Plastic Man and Woozy Winks contend with men with the minds of hamsters and then hamsters with the minds of men. Script by Steve Skeates, pencils by Ramona Fradon, inks by Tenny Henson.
It's 1983, and Star Comics - the branch of Marvel aimed at kids - is launching its most popular title: Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham! When average pig Peter Porker gets the powers of a spider, he must balance his super-hero life with his job at the Daily Beagle - or J. Jonah Jackal will have his hide! Featuring such threats as Ducktor Doom and his Kangaroo Court, Captain Reno, Nagneto the Magnetic Horse, the Buzzard and the Bullfrog, and the Breaded Boremamuu! And guest-starring Captain Americat, the Incredible Hulk-Bunny, the Fantastic Fur, Goose Rider, Croctor Strange, Iron Mouse and more!
"THE GENERIC COMIC- Featuring a super hero and a super villain in an exciting story as only A WRITER and A PENCILER could bring it to you. And with AN INKER doing the inking, you know you're in for a treat! (And if that doesn't intrigue you, we don't know what will!) Only from Marvel!" (per solicitation)
- Issue # Full (4 years ago)