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Marvel Adventures - Super Heroes (Volume 1) 1-20 series
20 comics pages |
280.8 мegabytes

Keywords: Marvel Adventures Super Heroes 2008 Marvel Adventures Super Heroes
Captain America, Iron Man, the Black Widow, Thor, the Vision, Nova, and the Invisible Woman??a powerful collective of the greatest heroes the world has ever known. They are the Avengers, and they want it known they??re here to stay. But when Magneto and his Brotherhood of Mutants threaten to destroy several major cities unless their demands f
Marvel Team-Up (volume 3) 1-25 series
The third Marvel Team-Up series, written by Robert Kirkman, began publication in January 2005 and frequently featured Spider-Man. This volume often reintroduced lesser-known Marvel characters that had fallen into obscurity.
Marvel Team-Up (volume 2) 1-11 series
THE SHADOWY INFORMATION-BROKER KNOWN AS THE AUTHORITY USES SPIDER-MAN AS HIS STALKING-HORSE TO GAIN KNOWLEDGE CONCERNING AN UPCOMING EVENT OF IMPORTANCE AND WHEN THE EUTHANASIA UNDERGROUND DUMPS 2 MILLION DOLLARS OF POISONED MONEY IN THE OLD NEIGHBORHOOD OF THE MUTANT KNOWN AS SKIN, IT'S UP TO SPIDEY AND THE NEW MUTANTS OF GENERATION X TO SET
Marvel Team-Up (volume 1) 1-150 series
Marvel Team-Up is the name of several American comic book series published by Marvel Comics. The series featured two or more Marvel characters in one story. The original series was published from March 1972 through February 1985, featuring Spider-Man as the lead "team-up" character in all but nine of its 150 issues; of the remainder Human Torch
The New Avengers - Luke Cage (1-3 series) complete
3 comics pages |
36.3 мegabytes

Keywords: New Avengers Luke Cage New Avengers comics Luke Cage comics marvel 2010
When an old friend from Luke Cage's past is put in the hospital by a vicious attack, Cage leaves his New York City, Avengers Assemblin' adventure-filled life for the cold, harsh and mean streets of North Philadelphia. But what's brought HAMMERHEAD to town as well? JOHN ARCUDI (Wednesdays Comics) and ERIC CANETE (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) team up to
Captain Marvel (volume 5) 1-5 series
Five issue mini-series featuring the "return" of Captain Marvel.
Captain Marvel (volume 4) 1-25 series
This is Captain Marvel volume 4; though in actuality it's just a relaunch of Captain Marvel volume 3 in an arbitrary new #1 issue part as a sales booster stunt and also to participate in Marvel's 'U Decide' contest against Bill Jemas' 'Mar-Ville' and Bill Roseman's 'Ultimate Adventures featuring Owl Man'. This volume continues the adventures of
Captain Marvel (volume 3) 0-35 series
This is Captain Marvel Vol. 3 (Vol. 1 being the original 1970's book and Vol. 2 being the 90's 6-issue series with Mar-Vell's son still going by the name of 'Legacy'). It ran for 35 issues (plus a Wizard magazine exclusive zero-issue) before being relaunched at #1 again as part of Marvel's 'U-Decide' contest between Captain Marvel, Mar-Ville and
Captain Marvel (volume 2) 1-6 series
This is a six-issue series from the mid 1990's starring Captain Marvel 3 (Genis-Vell) during the period when he was more commonly referred to as Legacy. The series was pushed initially as an ongoing series but due to lackluster sales it was cancelled at issue number 6 and was towards the end referred to as a limited series.
Captain Marvel (volume 1) 1-62 series
Series continues in Marvel Spotlight V2 (June 1979) Issues 1-4. The first Captain Marvel was created by Stan Lee and Gene Colan in Marvel Super-Heroes #12 (Dec. 1967). This character is an alien military officer, Captain Mar-Vell of the Kree Imperial Militia, who is sent to observe the planet Earth. Mar-Vell eventually wearies of his superiors'
Hawkeye Vol.1 #1-4 (1983)
4 issues pages |
25.9 мegabytes

Keywords: Hawkeye Vol.1 Marvel Collection 1983
Marvel Comics Super Specials (1-41 series) Complete
41 comics pages |
1300 мegabytes

Keywords: 1977-1986 marvel comics Marvel Comics Super Specials Super Specials
Marvel Comics Super Special was a 41-issue series of one-shot comic-magazines published by Marvel Comics from 1977 to 1986. They were cover-priced $1.50 to $2.50, while regular color comics were priced 30 cents to 60 cents, Beginning with issue #5, the series' title in the its postal indicia was shortened to Marvel Super Special. Covers featured