After tearing his way through the Japanese underworld, Wolverine heads for an ultimate showdown with the criminal overlord Shingen. One of the first miniseries – by the creative superteam of Chris Claremont and Frank Miller – remains one of the all-time best.
The Titans invade Trigon’s dimension to save Raven – and discover the demon to be more evil than they imagined! George Pérez returns and Marv Wolfman cranks up the sinister in this excellent conclusion to the original Trigon saga.
A primitive man searches for food – and meaning – with the help of his good friend, Stick. This simple story from underground legend Vaughn Bodé is an early masterpiece of the graphic-novel form.
After discovering a costume permanently attached to her body, Frankie Raye makes an greater discovery – she’s another Human Torch! Add a back-up story that mutates the Thing, and writer/artist John Byrne (with a little help from Terry Austin) is well on his way to mixing up the FF status quo.
Wolverine learns new lover Yukio has been playing both sides and vows to take down the Japanese kingpin Shingen. The classic miniseries from all-star creative team of Chris Claremont and Frank Miller roars toward its conclusion.
Following a battle with the Hand, Wolverine and rebound love-interest Yukio invade the stronghold of a Japanese crime lord. A second strong chapter to the debut Wolverine miniseries from Bronze Age superstars Chris Claremont and Frank Miller.
In Japan, Wolverine finds girlfriend Mariko trapped in an arranged marriage – and comes to blows with her father, Lord Shingen. Bronze Age legends Chris Claremont and Frank Miller pair on the first – and still quintessential – Wolverine solo series.
The Fantastic Four’s investigation of an attack from outer space brings them face to face with Ego the Living Planet. Just four issues into his five-year run on the title and John Byrne is already hitting his stride.
Rom, greatest spaceknight of Galador, brings his centuries-old battle against the Dire Wraiths to Earth. Writer Bill Mantlo and artist Sal Buscema team on the debut of this chronically underrated series.
Superstar artist John Byrne tries his hand at writing and inking, too, as he takes over the Fantastic Four and quickly restores Marvel’s struggling flagship to past glory.