The X-Men battle Count Nefaria and his Ani-Men at NORAD – with tragic results! The shocking death of one of the new X-Men ultimately fails to land the desired emotional punch in this potential-laden outing from Len Wien, Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum.
When Count Nefaria and his Ani-Men take over NORAD, Cyclops and the new X-Men race to save the day. Legendary X-scribe Chris Claremont joins plotter Len Wein and artist Dave Cockrum for the return issue of Marvel’s ongoing mutant series.
Spider-Man and Dr. Strange team to save Flash Thompson from Asian monks who wrongfully seek vengeance! Chockablock with melodrama, this outing from Stan Lee and John Romita is a quintessential early-'70s Spider-Man comic.
Officers Dave Greenberg and Bob Hantz bust petty crooks by hiding in coat racks and packing cartons. Based on a 1974 movie, there’s not much super to these stories by Marv Channing, Gray Morrow, Frank Thorne and others.
Lois Lane finds herself with a rival for Superman’s affection: a sentient, alien tree with erotic dreams of world domination. Yes, you read that right. Cary Bates, Werner Roth and Vince Colletta’s kitschy concoction makes for a fun lead story.
The Hulk and Bruce Banner have been separated – a condition Iron Man and the U.S. Army want to reverse! A decent Roy Thomas story with surprisingly strong art from the team of Herb Trimpe and John Severin.
Three astronauts survive a nuclear war, make friends with a cave man and struggle to survive in a post-apocalyptic world. This debut issue – by Joe Gill and John Byrne – isn’t as good as the reviewer remembers, but it’s still a lot of fun.
Judge Death, a warped analogue of the Mega-City judges, comes from another dimension to sentence the living. Judge Dredd makes his U.S. debut in this fantastic collection of tales by John Wagner and Brian Bolland.