Bronze Age Essentials

X-Men #106

X-Men #106

Bronze Age Essentials uses Marvel’s inexpensive B&W reprint volumes to sequentially review extended runs of Marvel series from the 1970s and ’80s. This issue: X-Men vs. X-Men. Again. [More]

Reviews (Other Publishers)

Tales of Evil #2

Tales of Evil #2

A hideous-looking bog beast escapes from the La Brea Tar Pits to explore and study the human condition. This lead feature by John Albano and Jack Sparling has a spark of potential – but just a spark. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for the rest of this poor-man’s EC. [More]

Reviews (Other Publishers)

Creepy Things #1

Creepy Things #1

On a stormy night, a young man hitches a ride from a vampire – and lives to tell the tale! The lead feature is one of four sub-par stories from the likes of Enrique Nieto, Dick Piscopo and, thankfully, Tom Sutton (who also crafted that most-excellent cover!) [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Godzilla #5

Godzilla #5

This issue features a battle royal between giant monsters, Dr. Demonicus and his Demon Soldiers, and a whole passel of S.H.I.E.L.D. agents. Writer Doug Moench continues to deliver decent work on this surprisingly fun series, this time aided by penciler Tom Sutton and inker Klaus Janson. [More]

Reviews (Other Publishers)

Space: 1999 #1

Space: 1999 #1

A nuclear chain reaction blows the moon — and the inhabitants of Moonbase Alpha — out of orbit and into space! Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton team to do a solid job on this debut issue of a series based on the cult classic Space: 1999 television series. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Review: Marvel Premiere #41           

With the future of humanity hanging in the balance, the crew of the Seeker 3000 rebels against Jason and the Six. Doug Moench delivers a potential-laden tryout issue, with above-average art from Tom Sutton. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Review: Godzilla #4                               

Following their initial clash, Godzilla tracks Batragon back north to the Aleutian Islands — and the secret base of Dr. Demonicus. After three strong issues, Godzilla takes a step back in this story crafted by Doug Moench and guest artist Tom Sutton. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Review: Warlock #1                               

Adam Warlock and his friends (followers?) set out on a quest to find Man-Beast, the big bad of Counter-Earth. Roy Thomas continues his superhero Jesus parable, with help from artists Gil Kane and Tom Sutton. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Man From Atlantis #1

Man From Atlantis #1

The Man From Atlantis tries to make a splash in comics, battling pirates and cyborg whaling captains in a pair of tired tales from Bill Mantlo, Tom Sutton, Frank Robbins and company. [More]

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