Are you interested to be in the team of the “world’s mightiest mortal” that is Captain Marvel? If yes, you better buy the refreshingly new looking Captain Marvel series of comic books, with intriguing plots and an all-conquering hero.
Sleepwalker is a Marvel Comics character which made its debut in 1991. He was created by the notorious Bob Budiansky and he is one evil character with tremendous power. As a genre he is a sleepwalker, a dead man raised from the tomb to search for his enemies and to destroy them. His affiliation stands mainly to his allegiance with Mindscape but, also he’s a member of the Operation: Lightning Storm. In this particular posture he was able to find a lot of support and a lot of encouragement and also, while standing aside for his enemies and friends, he was able to make a standing and support.
The character of War Machine was first launched by Marvel Comics. War Machine character James Rupert Rhodes started appearing in Iron Man in January 1979, after the original character of Iron Man went down. David Michelinie, John Byrne and Bob Layton, designed the James Rhodes character for Iron Man. Nicknamed Rhody, the character was a supporting character that later took the main lead in Iron Man. In movies, Iron Man has been played by Robert Downey as Tony Stark while Terrence Howard, Don Cheadle have played the role of Rhody. Next year Don Cheadle will play War Machine as it appears in Avengers. Iron Man video games, have also gained popularity over the years, and kids can now enjoy the high tech fights in the video arcade.
Daredevil is one of the most loved characters in the Marvel comics world. He is one that has been around from the beginning of the franchise, having been created back in 1946, exactly on the April’s fool’s day. His creator was none other than the remarkable Bill Everett, who drew him and the writing was handled by Stan Lee. The most dedicated imagery of him is his red suit and his posing as an air trooper, but his powers lie in the changes that occurred to him because of radiation poisoning. Blind as he may be, all of the other senses are heightened and he can sense everything else around him with a much more keener, out of this world ability.
When you are looking for a comic book you will notice you have a wide variety of comics to collect like G.I. Joe. However, you may not realize G.I. Joe has a long and storied past. The first series of the comic would be started in the 1950's and be based off of stories from World War II and the experiences of some of the G.I.s had in the war. However, this series would be short lived and not even make it out of the decade. In the eighties, though, the series would be revived by Marvel as the series many have grown to love. This series would last for over one hundred fifty issues with many sub series before being cancelled. The series would remain dormant for several years after this before being picked back up by several companies each who had a run for a year or two. Currently the series has the original writer back, Larry Hama, and is being printed on a monthly basis by IDW.
The Invaders is one of the most famous comic superheroes from Marvel Comics Universe. Roy Thomas and Sal Buscema are credited for having created the original series. The Invaders was preceded by The All Winners Squad. Most of the members of The Invaders are the same as those found in The All Winning Squad. The team is credited as being the first in comic book history in which all the members of the team did not easily get along, which is contrary to those of other comic book superhero teams where all of them got along pretty well with each other. Most of The Invaders series are set in World War Two. The heroes in this team whose main task was opposing the Nazism forces include Captain America, Bucky, the Human Torch, Toro and Namor the Submariner.
It was during the mid sixties and the whole of seventies that the Star Trek comic series was being published by Gold Key. Since more people are interesting in watching the series than reading the books, they tend to forget that these comics are an integral part of this whole legacy. There is no dearth of excitement as far as the entertainment value of these books is concerned. The comics are truly a gift for Star Trek fans.
A short history of the transformers in popular culture
The transformers have always been loved characters in the modern day and age. They are known for their extreme powers and their way of dealing with conflict as if they were human. Having different personalities and different ways of dealing with the world around they make for fond characters with which a lot of people can sympathies and find themselves within the bounds of character. More often, the abilities to transform into varied array of machinery as well as the power to change themselves back into human like robots, make them further more interesting to read, either in comics or, see in so many movies or other type of media.
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It is not human that Man-Thing! No you wrong, it is not a monster either! Well, it is an eerie looking swampy giant with the heart of a human. Yes, this is Man-Thing for you- the super-hero of Marvel comics, battling hard to save the world from an ever contriving gang of terrorists and supernatural beings.
Origin of Man-Thing
It all started, with writers Stan lee, Roy Thomas and Gerry Conway conceiving the concept of this scintillating story. Teodore ‘Ted’ Sallis a scientist is backstabbed by his ladylove, while inventing serum for super soldier. With terrorists on his trial, he injects the serum into himself and crashes his car in a swamp. Even before, the terrorists could celebrate his death, outcomes the swampy giant of a creature to snuff them out.
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Conan the Barbarian is a fictional character created by the fiction writer Robert E. Howard in 1932. The character first appeared in Weird Tales magazine in a series of stories written by Mr. Howard. Since then the character has been featured numerous times in comics, books, movies, television shows and more recently video games. The character has appeared in comic books steadily since 1970. The two main publishers of Conan comics are Marvel comics and Dark Horse comics. Marvel had Conan the Barbarian from 1970–1993 and Savage Sword of Conan from 1974–1995. Dark Horse had their Conan series in 2003 and is currently publishing compilations of the 1970s Marvel Comics series in trade paperback format.