Tigra recruits the Thing’s help in her battle against a “null-band”-empowered villain known as the Cougar. An utterly average, mid-Bronze-Age outing from the creative team of Bill Mantlo, Sal Buscema and Don Heck.
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.
While defending against a government attempt to strip their security clearance, the Avengers are called to battle a stony menace. A sagging story by Roger Stern and Steven Grant doesn’t do justice to the excellent art of John Byrne and Dan Green.
Already distraught over the departure of his disciple Clea, Doctor Strange finds himself in a battle with D’Spayre. One of the great done-in-one gems of the Bronze Age, from the team of Roger Stern, Michael Golden and Terry Austin.
Returning to Earth to save the universe, the Thing squares off with the Hulk while Doctor Strange battles Xandu. A lackluster story and inconsistent art from Bronze Age legend Jim Starlin sees this issue falling short.
The Thing crosses through a interdimensional doorway to free Doctor Strange, who had been imprisoned by Xandu. A less-than-inspired outing from legendary Bronze Age innovator Jim Starlin, with inking from Marvel Fanfare editor Al Milgrom.
A quest to find Clea finds Dr. Strange embroiled in a plot for the future of the mythical Phaseworld. Marv Wolfman and P. Craig Russell’s tale strains against the confines of continuity, but it’s bolstered by Russell's lush art.
Silver Dagger breaks into the Sanctum Sanctorum, steals the Eye of Agamotto and Clea, and leaves Doctor Strange for dead. The Sorcerer Supreme returns to his own series guided by the creative team of Steve Englehart, Frank Brunner and Dick Giordano.
With the future of humanity hanging in the balance, the crew of the Seeker 3000 rebels against Jason and the Six. Doug Moench delivers a potential-laden tryout issue, with above-average art from Tom Sutton.