Tag: Marvel Comics

Preview: Moon Knight #194

THE TRUE ORIGIN OF MARC SPECTOR REVEALED! •  MARC SPECTOR’S multiple personalities stem from a traumatic event in his childhood… •   …an event which will soon come to shape MOON KNIGHT’S future! •  Don’t miss the start of the next MOON KNIGHT epic as we dive deeper into the rabbit […]

Heroes of Cult: Joe Maneely

Born on 18th February 1926, Joseph “Joe” Maneely was an American comic book artist who he co-created the characters The Black Knight, The Ringo Kid, The Yellow Claw, and Jimmy Woo for Atlas Comics (who would later become Marvel Comics). Maneely attended Ascension BVM Elementary School and Northeast Catholic High […]

Secret Empire #0 (of 9)

What if your greatest ally was secretly your greatest enemy? What if the most trustworthy, stalwart hero history has ever known has been planning in secret a massive betrayal? That time is now! The Marvel Universe is under siege from within! Captain America, secretly a true believer in […]

Ben Reilly Scarlet Spider #1

One of the most controversial characters in comics has returned – and the controversy has only BEGUN! In the aftermath of THE CLONE CONSPIRACY, Ben has a new take on life…and he’s not the same Scarlet Spider he was before. Come witness what will be the most talked […]

Spider-Woman

Spider-Woman is an animated television series based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. The series was produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises and Marvel Comics Animation and ran for one season of 16 episodes between September 22nd 1979 to January 5th 1980. Many have wondered why out of all the […]

The New Fantastic Four

This was the second animated series based on Marvel’s comic book series The Fantastic Four. This 1978 series replaced the character of Johnny Storm/The Human Torch with a robot named H.E.R.B.I.E. (Humanoid Experimental Robot, B-type, Integrated Electronics), because the 1978 television rights to use the original android Human Torch […]

Spiderman (1967)

The 1967 Spider-Man cartoon was Canadian-American animated-cartoon television series that ran for 52 episodes (25 minutes per episode). It stared Paul Soles (Rocket Robin Hood, The Smokey Bear Show, The Little Brown Burro, King of the Beasts, The Marvel Super Heroes, Original Spider-Man, The Trolls and the Christmas Express, Take Me Up […]

Fantastic Four (1967)

Fantastic Four was an animated series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and the first animated series based on Marvel’s comic book series Fantastic Four. The program, featuring character designs by Alex Toth, and ran for twenty episodes. The show featured the voice talents of Gerald Mohr (The Lonewolf in Mexico, The Lonewolf in London) as Mister […]