Time for a good old-fashioned crossover! And by old-fashioned, I mean a story set in 1941.
Gotta love that title. Since DC isn't doing anything with the Spirit right now, it's nice they lent him to IDW for this, and the Rocketeer is a fun character too.
( The Case of the Cross-Country Corpse! )
By the by, I am running a book giveaway at my blog, SKJAM! Reviews, and you could win one of seven books! http://www.skjam.com/2013/09/16/giveawa
Your thoughts and comments?
Hello again, S_D!
Back in the Sunshine State from the Lone Star State, and despite the technical equality of those nicknames, they are not environmentally equivalent in reality (just check the weather).
In this edition of our trek through the crack-verse that was Amalgam Comics, we see what happens when you combine the devil-may-care bravado of Tony Stark with the devil-may-care bravado of Hal Jordan to get...
( Has he lost his mind? Can he see or is he blind? )
7 1/3 pages from Iron Lantern #1 behind the cut.
For Black History Week.
Back in Uncanny X-men #170, Angel had been kidnapped by the Morlocks to be their leader, Callisto's, love slave (hey thar Claremont) and Kitty is dangerously ill, thanks to the Morlock Plague. Which leaves the X-men with no choice - the only way to save their friends is to claim the right of leadership over the Morlocks and the only way to do that is by defeating Callisto. Step forward... Nightcrawler! But apparently the leader of the X-men has other ideas...
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Creators: Chris Claremont (story) and Paul Smith (art)
Availability: Available in multiple trades: Asgardian Wars (softcover), Asgardian Wars (hardcover), Essential X-Men v. 5
I'll give you one guess...
( Bountiful Scans Beneath the Cut )