It's the slugfest no one can forget! Webs won't stop him, electricity won't stop him - a wrecking ball to the face won't stop him! But with friend and ally Madame Web near death, Spider-Man's got to stop the Juggernaut somehow! Plus: the Vulture's attacking from the air, and the Foolkiller's shooting from the shadows, but it's the Black Cat who strikes the keenest blow - to the webslinger's heart! One of the eighties' most memorable super-hero romances takes off, and you are there! Featuring appearances by the Avengers, the Defenders, the Fantastic Four and the X-Men!
COLLECTING: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) 224-230
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Roger Stern enjoyed well-earned runs on Amazing Spider-Man, in which he introduced Captain Marvel (Monica Rambeau) and the Hobgoblin; Avengers; and Captain America. He launched West Coast Avengers and wrote numerous tie-in miniseries starring Earth Mightiest Heroes. At DC he relaunched Atom and co-created Starman (Will Payton) before participating in one of comics' most shocking events: the 1992 "Death of Superman" saga. He later returned to Marvel to writing Amazing Spider-Man and related titles.
Jan Strnad is best known for writing the "Mutant World" feature in Warren Publishing's 1984, DC 's Sword of the Atom miniseries and related one-shots, "New Tales of the Arabian Nights" in Heavy Metal Magazine, Fantagraphics' Dalgoda, and several Dark Horse Star Wars titles. He collaborated with Harlan Ellison on the latter's Dream Corridor series, also published by Dark Horse, and Keith Laumer on Mad Dog Graphics; adaptation of Laumer's Retif. Strnad has also scripted Bongo's Bartman, Image's Gen 13 Bootleg, and Sal Quartuccio's Hot Stuf'. He has written for animated TV series from both Marvel (Iron Man, Spider-Man, X-Men) and Disney (Aladdin, Brandy and Mr. Whiskers, Darkwing Duck, Hercules), plus the feature-length Aladdin: The Return of Jafar, co-created the TV series Piratenet, and authored the novel Risen: A Supernatural Thriller.
John Romita Jr. is a modern-day comic-art master, following in his legendary father's footsteps. Timeless runs on Iron Man, Uncanny X-Men, Amazing Spider-Man, and Daredevil helped establish him as his own man artistically, and his work on Wolverine and World War Hulk is arguably the most explosive art of the last decade. In addition to Eternals with Neil Gaiman, JRJR teamed with Mark Millar on the creator-owned Kick-Ass, later developed into a blockbuster feature film starring Nicolas Cage. Avid Spider-Man fans rejoiced at the artist's return to Amazing Spider-Man with the Brand New Day storylines "New Ways to Die" and "Character Assassination." He later joined writer Brian Michael Bendis on the relaunched Avengers.
A high-profile editorial cartoonist in his native Peru, Pablo Marcos began illustrating comics in 1971, mentored by fantasy painter Boris Vallejo. Becoming a horror mainstay, Marcos drew Marvel's Tales of the Zombie, as well as stories for Dracula Lives, Monsters Unleashed, and Vampire Tales. Marcos illustrated several issues of Savage Sword of Conan and a lengthy run on DC's Star Trek: The Next Generation. Later, Marcos penciled Dynamite's Red Sonja and Savage Tales, and Moonstone's The Spider.
One of the comic-book industry's most prolific inkers, Bob Wiacek has also provided finishes John Romita Jr., Paul Smith, and other famed pencilers. Wiacek is perhaps best known for collaborating with Carmine Infantino on Star Wars and Dave Cockrum on Uncanny X-Men. With Chris Claremont and Frank Miller he introduced the New Mutant Karma in Marvel Team-Up; with Walter Simonson and William Rosado, he co-wrote and co-penciled, respectively, the Iron Man 2020 one-shot. Wiacek also contributed occasional scripts to the What The --?! humor title.
"Do you print [them], too?" a young Stan Lee one supposedly asked Jim Mooney (1919-2008). Mooney's career as penciler, inker, colorist, and letterer dates back to the Golden Age --- during which he drew stories featuring super-heroes and funny animals alike. In the Silver Age, he inked John Buscema's Thor and John Romita's Amazing Spider-Man. At DC, Mooney penciled Batman, Superboy, and World's Finest, among others.
Three different incarnations of Cloak and Dagger were only a few of Rick Leonardi's artistic achievements for Marvel. His other credits include Uncanny X-Men, New Mutants, and Spider-Man 2099. At DC, he drew Batman family titles Batgirl and Nightwing, as well as comic/film crossover Green Lantern vs. Aliens. At Event Comics he penciled Painkiller Jane.
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It's the slugfest no one can forget! Webs won't stop him, electricity won't stop him -- a wrecking ball to the face won't stop him! But with friend and ally Madame Web near death, Spider-Man's got to stop the Juggernaut somehow! Plus: the Vulture's attacking from the air, and the Foolkiller's shooting from the shadows, but it's the Black Cat who strikes the keenest blow -- to the web-slinger's heart! One of the eighties' most memorable super-hero romances takes off, and you are there! Featuring appearances by the Avengers, the Defenders, the Fantastic Four and the X-Men!
Collecting Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #224-230.
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