A quest to find Clea finds Dr. Strange embroiled in a plot for the future of the mythical Phaseworld. Marv Wolfman and P. Craig Russell’s tale strains against the confines of continuity, but its bolstered by Russell’s lush art.
At the behest of the H.I.V.E., the newly formed Titans are attacked by the Ravager – and Deathstroke the Terminator! The creative team of Marv Wolfman and George Pérez waste little time getting up to speed on one of the Bronze Age’s best superhero-team books.
L.R. “Skip” Collins — an average Joe who might be “the most powerful man who ever lived” — causes havoc for the Fantastic Four. John Byrne continues his run as FF writer/artist with his first two-part tale.
The Human Torch goes on a mission to clear the name of a deceased lowlife — and runs into Hammerhead instead! This fine solo outing for the Torch marks John Byrne’s second issue as writer/artist of the Fantastic Four.
Eugene Lycosa lives with the curse of his ancestor, a count who stopped a tarantula cult at great personal cost. Starring a creepy “hero” who eats bad guys, Micheal Fleisher and Pat Boyette’s Weird Suspense is one of the better Atlas (Seaboard) debuts.