I've had plenty of good times in reading since my childhood, and
here's where you'll find some examples of the coolest stuff I've
enjoyed reading since then till now.
#230 Vol 1.
Albert Desmond, alias Mr. Element/Dr. Alchemy, is on the loose
again in the latter guise, and the Scarlet Speedster's gotta
reach him and put a stop to his latest chaos! Plus, Green
Lantern's run into a strange situation involving a man from the
19th century who's making off with a valuble museum exhibition
on the west coast! Read all about it in here!
#257 Vol 1.
The Golden Glider, alias Lisa Snart, Barry Allen's only - but
very effectively written - female adversary, the sister of
Captain Cold/Len Snart, threatens the lives of his wife and
parents, and to make matters worse, she's figured out that he's
really the Flash! Check out all of what's going on all in here!
#305 Vol 1.
Remember when Iris West Allen was kidnapped into the far future
by Professor Zoom back in 1975? While it's not Eobard Thawne who
pulls the job that takes place here in this issue on first Flash
Jay Garrick's Earth-2, another villain, just as dangerous, does
just that with Joan Williams Garrick, Jay's wife! And it's up to
Barry Allen, the second Flash, to help him recue her from where
she's being held, just like Jay helped to rescue Iris from Zoom
the last time around. Read all about in here!
#19 Vol 2.
Barry Allen's gone, and some of the Rogues Gallery has retired
(or gone part time in crime) for the time being, and now,
they're having a reunion in New York City to celebrate Captain
Cold as the guest of honor, along with even a few other former
villians who weren't regular foes of Barry, such as Doctor T.O.
Morrow and the Gentleman Ghost! And wouldn't you know it, even
Wally West and then girlfriend Connie Noleski, a model from west
Texas, join the party after being more or less invited by the
former Trickster! Get in on all the fun over here!
the Spectacular Spider-Man #124
Doctor Octopus is up to no good again, stealing some tools and
other materials with which to build a nuclear reactor that could
easily threaten the safety of New York City, and Spider-Man's
got to search for him and stop him! A very fun single issue this
was, and a pretty good face-off with one of the most popular
members of Spidey's rogues gallery. Read all about what goes on
Several of the EMH have returned from a time warp-like dimension
in which they were battling Kang the Conqueror, and now, they've
got to deal with demonstrations being conducted against prince
Namor, alias the Sub-Mariner, during the time he had reformed
after spending some time as a crook. The public of New York and
elsewhere is divided between the pros and the cons, and behind
the scenes, a bunch of shady legal reps are planning a lawsuit
against Namor in order to defame him even more, and to try and
swing the public opinion further against him! Not only that, but
Moonstone, at the time she was a crook, is trying to incite
against Namor as well, by telling lies to the crowd protesting
against him too! What'll be the outcome? Read more to know what
3 (back to 1 since 2002)
Ben "The Thing" Grimm, when he was a youngster, had been a
member, and, for a short time, a leader of the Yancy Street
Gang, until they kicked him out when he moved out of the
neighborhood when he'd moved in with his uncle Jake, following
the deaths of his parents. To qualify as a leader though, he'd
stolen a necklace from the local hardware manager, and now,
about a decade later (we're talking comic book terms, of
course), he's come to reconcile with the guy, and to help him
figure out who's behind some blackmailing schemes that have been
plaguing him in the past weeks. But it's not the Yancy Street
Gang that's behind it, it's a villain called Powderkeg who is,
and he's certainly as dangerous as his name implies! Read all
about this wonderful stand-alone story to know some very
wonderful things about dear Ben Grimm's background that were
certainly possible when he first appeared, but weren't made
clear until this story here!
Click here for more! (Coming soon!)
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