Who is Ms. Marvel? Not even she knows – but that doesn’t stop her from battling the Scorpion! Carol Danvers gets promoted to superheroine status in this substantial-feeling debut from the team of Gerry Conway, John Buscema and Joe Sinnott.
The court case of Ultraa v. Justice League is interrupted by an alien invasion that threatens all life on Earth. A sub-par story from Gerry Conway, ably illustrated by Dick Dillin and Frank McLaughlin.
Contrary to its striking cover, this issue actually features three unconnected – and largely uninspired – tales featuring Batman, Aquaman and the Legion of Super-Heroes. From creative talent including Gerry Conway, Paul Levitz, Don Newton and others.
Three gift-bearing aliens who are following a distant star crash land on Earth, and the Justice League battles Major Macabre. A decent story with a lame villain, from the team of Gerry Conway, Dick Dillin and Frank McLaughlin.
Tiger-Man’s investigation of a string of suspicious suicides brings him to blows with an insane psychiatrist named Dr. Hypnos. This lackluster affair from Gerry Conway, Steve Ditko and Al Milgrom brings this Atlas (Seaboard) series to a close.
Armed with the truth, Killraven escapes sirens and mutants as he prepares to lead a rebellion against Earth’s Martian overlords. A kitbashed concoction of manic, ’70s sci-fi fun from Roy Thomas, Gerry Conway and Howard Chaykin.
In the year 2018, a freeman named Killraven leads the fight against the Keepers and their Martian overlords. This uneven debut-by-committee includes work from Neal Adams, Roy Thomas, Howard Chaykin and more.