Killraven and crew lay siege to the Death-Birth fortress in a battle with the Death Breeders. Don McGregor’s world-building and P. Craig Russell’s rapid improvement make this issue of Amazing Adventures a winner.
With the help of computer tapes, Nicodemus regains his memories and once again schemes to become the Sorcerer Supreme. A solid, done-in-one story from Chris Claremont gets strong art support from the team of Marshall Rogers and P. Craig Russell.
Angel, Ka-Zar and Zabu launch a desperate attempt to rescue the X-Men from the clutches of Sauron. Soon-to-be X-artist Paul Smith joins Chris Claremont for this strong concluding chapter. Plus, two backup stories featuring art by Michael Golden.
With Angel and Spider-Man devolved into primordial creatures, it’s up to Ka-Zar and Karl “Sauron” Lykos to save the day. (Yeah, that sounds like it’ll end well.) Chris Claremont, Micheal Golden and others team on another good-but-not-amazing issue of Marvel Fanfare.
Spider-Man, Angel and Daredevil help the House of Ideas launch Marvel Fanfare, an upscale foray aimed at comics’ emerging Direct Market. While featuring some fantastic art from the likes of Michael Golden and Paul Smith, this debut issue’s stories fall a bit flat.
Killraven and crew cross paths with Volcana Ash before coming under attack from the Death Breeders. Don McGregor welcomes key collaborator P. Craig Russell and the War of the Worlds will never be the same.
After losing a battle to Skar, Killraven discovers the power of clairsentience and uses it to hunt down the villain. Don McGregor continues to make Killraven his own, this time with art support from Rich Buckler and Klaus Janson.
In the shadow of the Lincoln Memorial, Killraven and crew fight to escape the High Overlord, mutants and human slaves. Writer Don McGregor delivers strong action and decent characterization, with journeyman art support from Herb Trimpe and Jack Abel.