When the ancient evil of Kulan Gath is unleashed in modern New York, Red Sonja and Spidey must team to stop him. An outstanding done-in-one outing from the classic X-team of Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin.
A mysterious government agent enlists Spider-Man’s help in solving a murder while Spidey also pursues Doctor Octopus. This annual features top-shelf art from John Byrne and Terry Austin but the story, by Marv Wolfman, leaves questions unanswered.
This Charlton house magazine from Bob Layton’s CPL/Gang Publications features The Question by Roger Stern, Michael Uslan and Alex Toth, and Doomsday +1 from John Byrne. If only Charlton’s regular lineup was that good!
In order to save his daughter, the new Ant-Man must first escape the clutches of evil industrialist Darren Cross. Another solid story for burglar-turned-superhero Scott Lang, from the creative team of David Michelinie, John Byrne and Bob Layton.
A former burglar, feeling like he’s out of options to save his critically ill daughter, steals the Ant-Man costume. A solid by underwhelming story by David Michelinie with excellent art support from John Byrne
and Bob Layton.
Spider-Man joins Doctor Strange and Ms. Marvel in an effort to save Clea’s soul. Chris Claremont and an odd assortment of artists (including Howard Chaykin) turn in a rather run-of-the-mill mystical adventure.
When someone steals his father’s original Bat-costume, Batman heads down memory lane in an effort to solve the case. This solid retelling of Batman’s origin by Len Wein is marvelously illustrated by two of the era’s greats: John Byrne and Jim Aparo.
Home alone in the X-Men mansion on Christmas Eve, Kitty Pryde earns her “X” squaring off against a N’Garai demon. An excellent final issue from the all-time X-team of Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin.
The X-Men battle the new Brotherhood of Evil Mutants in an effort to save Senator Kelly – and the future! The legendary X-Men creative team of Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin finish up their last great story together with a near-perfect issue.
A future version of Kitty Pryde swaps minds with her younger self in an effort to prevent a dystopian future. As their legendary X-Men run nears its end, Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin team to deliver one more all-time classic storyline.