The Northern Light doesn’t take kindly to Conquermind, a powerful alien overseeing a school field trip to Earth. It’s a game effort by James Waley and Jim Craig, but ultimately not ready for prime time.
In an alternate universe observed by the Watcher, a young Spider-Man becomes a paid member of the FF. The concept is stronger than the execution, with writer/editor Roy Thomas embracing his inner fanboy, aided by penciler Jim Craig.
Cosmic rays give birth to a team of heroes known as the Fantastic Four: Big Brain, Dragonfly, Mandroid and Ultra-Woman! Roy Thomas is at the helm of this excellent alternate-universe take on Marvel’s first family.
Following World War II, twin infant brothers – one good, one scarred – are raised in a monastery and trained in the fighting arts. There’s nothing shockingly original here as writer Ed Fedory and artist Jim Craig team for a kung-fu tale typical of the era.
Moro Frost “dies” in World War II, but the Scorpion lives on to battle the Golden Fuhrer in 1975. Not horrible, but this revamp by Gabriel Levy and Jim Craig pales in comparison to Howard Chaykin’s version of the Scorpion.