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.
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.
An archeological expedition takes Nova and E-Man to Egypt – and on an adventure to a super-science city in the past! The lead story, by Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton, hasn’t aged particularly well, while the backup, by comics legend Steve Ditko, isn’t much fun.
E-Man and Nova Kane find themselves under attack from lovers who are the personification of order and disorder. A surprisingly dark outing from Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton, with a back-up feature from comics legend Steve Ditko.
A mishap allows Rac Shade – a former Metan security agent wrongfully accused of treason and murder – to escape to Earth. Comics legend Steve Ditko serves up a winner for DC, with a little help from Michael Fleisher.
This early indie from comics legend Wally Wood features a range of strips including the military thriller Cannon, The Misfits superteam, and the humorous, sexy Dragonella. An early precursor to the Bronze Age of comics.
Jay Hunter’s criminal activities get his scientist father killed – but not before the old man helps him become a superhero. Archie Goodwin writes this debut issue, but it’s the art of Steve Ditko and Wally Wood that makes it a treat.