Tom DeFalco comic
Devotes a handful of pages to each year of Marvel Comics, from 1939 until 2008. Highlights key events, story arcs, and issues. Provides perspective on both the content of the stories and what was going on in the industry.
In honor of Marvel’s 80th Anniversary, we’ve uncovered a hidden gem! Fan Randy Scheuller submitted an idea of Spider-Man donning a black suit before SECRET WARS, but his story was never printed. So we tasked SPIDER-MAN legends PETER DAVID and RICK LEONARDI with bringing it into the light! Then read a story by two of the creators who told the first printed stories of the black costume, TOM DEFALCO and RON FRENZ!
- Issue # Full (25 days ago)
The classic adventures of Spider-Man from the early days up until the 90's! Meet all of Spidey's deadly enemies, from the Green Goblin and Doctor Octopus to Venom and Carnage, plus see Peter Parker fall in love, face tragedy and triumph, and learn that with great power comes great responsibility.
Tales of the Marvel Universe takes place in that quiet time between when the heroes were believed dead and when they would make their inevitable return. This one-shot title contains a variety of stories wherein those that remain take care of old business. Ka-Zar feels the loss even in the Savage Land; the friends of the Fantastic Four hatch a scheme to keep their equipment from being impounded by the government; Rhodey (War Machine) hatches a similar scheme to prevent Fujikawa from learning all of Tony Stark’s secrets; and Doctor Strange learns that the heroes are not truly dead.
- Issue # Full (27 days ago)
This one-shot features the very first appearance of Spider-Ham and his friends!
- Issue # Full (29 days ago)
The first 113 issues of the series were published under the title, Archie Comics and so this series began with issue #114. This series ended with issue #666 before being relaunched and renumbered as part of Archie's 75th Anniversary in 2015.
There is no one more loved, revered, admired and adored in Riverdale than... Reggie Mantle? Well, at least Reggie doesn't think there's anyone as loved and admired as himself. And his best friend can back that idea up -- his best friend, of course, being his dog, Vader. The unstoppable duo is known around town for pulling the funniest pranks, getting the hottest dates and throwing the best parties. And if anyone even dares to compete with them, there is going to be hell to pay. Come take a look at the life of your hero, the handsome, hilarious Reggie Mantle.
The armor is familiar, but the man inside isn't who you'd expect! He's Arno Stark, the cold and hard-hitting Iron Man of the future - and Tony Stark's descendant has quite a legacy to live up to. Catch all the futuristic action as Arno battles Spider-Man and Blizzard in a time-traveling adventure to stop a nuclear terrorist; faces Machine Man at the behest of Tony's old foe Sunset Bain; and clashes with the original Death's Head, industrial saboteur Wellington Marcus and the high-flying Commodore Q! Can Arno overcome his foes - and himself - to become the hero he's modeled himself after? Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL (1964) #20, MACHINE MAN (1984) #1-4, DEATH'S HEAD #10, IRON MAN 2020 #1, ASTONISHING TALES: IRON MAN 2020 #1-6 and material from WHAT IF? (1989) #53.
Tom DeFalco saddles up for a western adventure featuring the classic Marvel western hero. Wanted by the law for killing a man in cold blood, Kid Colt thunders through the Wild West with guns blazing while trying to prove his innocence!
- Issue # Full (9 months ago)
During the Festival of the Dead, an old woman hires Sonja to find and save her son from a terrible evil. What Sonja is not told is that this terrible evil is the curse of lycanthropy... can Sonja defeat a werewolf during one of the longest and most magic-filled nights of the year, or will skill and luck finally fail her? Find out in RED SONJA: CURSE OF THE WOLF!
- Issue # Full (10 months ago)
THE TIME FOR NOT WAITING IS OVER - THE ORIGINAL SPIDER-PIG TURNS 25! When J. Jonah Jackal, Mary Crane and Pete's beloved Aunt May are kidnapped on his 25th birthday, Spider-Ham must battle Doctor Octopuss and the Swinester Six! Six-to-one odds? Don't get your tail in a bunch when the slop's on, this pig throws down -- and Tom DeFalco & Jacob Chabot (X-BABIES) are there to bring it to you.
- Issue # Full (10 months ago)
"Collects Sensational Spider-Man (1996) #25-26, Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #432-433, Spider-Man (1990) #88-90 and Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #254-256. The Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man isn't on ANYONE'S list of friends when he's framed for murder - and the authorities place a five-million-dollar reward on his webbed head! As Spidey attempts to locate Harry Osborn's missing son, he finds the whole city seems to be trying to collect the big bounty. Everywhere he turns, a virtual who's who of villains is out to get him! From the Green Goblin to the Gibbon, Spidey has his work cut out for him in this thrilling adventure!".
Meet the Marvel Universe's newest heroes: The coldly efficient Prodigy. The shadowy avenger known as Dusk. The hyper-kinetic, free-wheeling Ricochet. The high-flying wonder called Hornet. They're here, they're hot, and they're wildly popular. There's just one catch: For these four heroes to live, Spider-Man must die! Collecting Sensational Spider-Man (1996) #27-28, Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #434-435, Spider-Man (1990) #91-92 and Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #257-258.
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!
Collects Machine Man (1978) #1-19; Incredible Hulk (1968) #235-237 and material from Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #10.A military machine with a soul, a thinking computer in the form of a man — X-51 is the Machine Man! Abel Stack gave a government-created robot a human face, nurturing the man inside the machine and calling him son. But Stack's death left that son, Aaron, alone and running for his life. The military wants to strip him apart, and mankind doesn't understand him — but in exploits crafted by two of the medium's greatest talents, he'll still redefine humanity. Few comic books were lucky enough to be graced by the work of Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko. Machine Man never saw an issue that wasn't illustrated by one of these creative titans. Now, the complete MACHINE MAN epic is collected for the first time, and in one complete volume!