Arkon the Magnificent seeks Storm’s help to save his world – and he won’t take “no” for an answer. Chris Claremont’s story is a pretty average X-outing, but the art by George Pérez and Terry Austin is magnificent!
Scientists from the future send a “murdermek” back to 20th-century Metropolis in an effort to stop OMAC from being born. This story from Len Wein, George Pérez and Pablo Marcos shares DNA with “The Terminator” – a full year before that classic movie’s debut.
After losing a battle to the Grey Gargoyle, the Avengers must regroup before tracking him down for a rematch. John Byrne and Dan Green draw a fine Avengers, but this story from Roger Stern and David Michelinie is not on par with the era’s best work.
The inability to secure a bank loan sends the Crusader (né Marvel Boy) on a ferocious rampage seeking vengeance. Unfortunately, there isn’t a likable character to cheer for in this off-putting outing from the team of Roy Thomas, George Pérez and Joe Sinnott.
Marvel Boy returns as The Crusader – and the Human Torch barely survives his murderous rampage! Legendary superteam-artist George Pérez earns his first FF credit line, joining the creative team of Roy Thomas and Joe Sinnott.
As the Legion prepares for a celebration, Brainiac 5 seeks to cure an ally trapped by visions of alternate futures. LoSH regulars Paul Levitz and Keith Giffen anchor an impressive team of talent for the special anniversary issue.
Captured by Magneto, the X-Men are soon battling for their lives within a secret base under an active volcano. The legendary X-Men creative team of Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin serve up an electric, issue-long fight scene.
A police officers efforts to stop a gang of graffiti artist’s is thwarted by a demon. This short, dialogue-free tale from Joey Cavalieri and George Pérez leads off a solid collection of fantastical short tales.