Rom ally – and potential love interest – Brandy Clark prepares to wed the Dire Wraith who secretly replaced her fiancé. This above-average issue from the regular Rom creative team of Bill Mantlo and Sal Buscema moves the series forward.
Rom is attacked by the Mad Thinker’s android while a backup tale sheds some light on an earlier spaceknight battle. A odd-and-uninspired pair of stories from the regular Rom creative team of Bill Mantlo and Sal Buscema.
An amnesiac Rom foils the Plunderer’s pirate plot. Plus: The first installment of “Sage of the Spaceknights!” An adequate outing from the regular Rom team of Bill Mantlo and Sal Buscema.
Rom encounters his first superhero since coming to Earth; unfortunately, Jack of Hearts thinks the spaceknight is a killer! A generally solid issue from Bill Mantlo and Sal Buscema gets bogged by back story and exposition.
Rom lies captive within Project Safeguard, a national alien research facility secretly under the control of Dire Wraith! Another above-average story from writer Bill Mantlo, though the art from Sal Buscema isn’t as strong.
Rom heads to Washington, D.C., in a desperate effort to rescue his neutralizer from a Dire Wraith conspiracy! This transitional issue by the regular Rom team of Bill Mantlo and Sal Buscema is a solid read, but hints of better things to come.
The last survivor of a race of mutated reptiles massacred by the Dire Wraiths battles should-be-ally Rom. A surprisingly poignant piece of retconning from regular scribe Bill Mantlo, with typically solid support from “Our Pal” Sal Buscema.
With his Earth alliances fraying and his neutralizer in Wraith hands, Rom must face a dreaded deathwing! A return to sci-fi basics makes for a stronger issue from the creative team of Bill Mantlo and Sal Buscema.
As Rom lies comatose in a laboratory, the Dire Wraith decide to attack – with semi-sentient, thorny plants! Silly plot devices undermine this offering from the regular creative team of Bill Mantlo and Sal Buscema.
While recovering from earlier battles, Rom is attacked by mutant Dobermans – better known as hell-hounds from the Black Nebula! A better-than-average issue from writer Bill Mantlo and “Our Pal” Sal Buscema.
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