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Jim Starlin’s ‘Hulk Versus Thing’ graphic-novel (retrospective: video).

March 25, 2021 | By | Reply More
Jim Starlin’s ‘Hulk Versus Thing’ graphic-novel (retrospective: video).

Jim and Ed bring you a retrospective of the ‘Hulk Versus Thing’ graphic-novel from the creative minds – and hands – of Bernie Wrightson and Jim Starlin, in this twenty minute-long video. 

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Avengers vs Thanos by Jim Starlin and Mike Friedrich (e-graphic novel review).

October 13, 2020 | By | Reply More
Avengers vs Thanos by Jim Starlin and Mike Friedrich (e-graphic novel review).

Cheapskate confession: I read ‘Avengers vs Thanos’ with a kindle app on my tablet because it’s currently free with Amazon Prime membership. It is also available as a paperback book from other venues. I read all the comics before, years ago, but it’s handy to have the whole story so neatly collected. ‘Avengers vs Thanos’ […]

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Essential Iron Man Volume 4 by Herb Trimpe, George Tuska, Barry Windsor-Smith, Jim Starlin, Gerry Conway, Robert Kanigher, Gary Friedrich, Roy Thomas, Mike Friedrich, Bill Everett and Steve Gerber (graphic novel review).

October 29, 2013 | By | Reply More
Essential Iron Man Volume 4 by Herb Trimpe, George Tuska, Barry Windsor-Smith, Jim Starlin, Gerry Conway, Robert Kanigher, Gary Friedrich, Roy Thomas, Mike Friedrich, Bill Everett and Steve Gerber (graphic novel review).

‘Essential Iron Man Volume # 4’ presents us with Iron Man # 39-61, featuring the golden avenger and a lot of villains, including some oddities like the White Dragon, Slasher, Demetrius and Soulfather. Importantly, it also features the very first appearance of Thanos of Titan, who went on to big things. The first five issues […]

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Essential Warlock – Vol. 1 by Roy Thomas, Gil Kane and Jim Starlin (graphic novel review).

September 20, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
Essential Warlock – Vol. 1 by Roy Thomas, Gil Kane and Jim Starlin (graphic novel review).

Adam Warlock is one of those secondary Marvel characters that talented people sometimes get a chance to play with, often with great results. Originally named Him and created in Fantastic Four # 66-67 by some mad scientists, Him vanished for a while after killing his creators and then reappeared to fight a certain Asgardian in […]

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