My Comic Book Journey

A Blog About Rediscovering My Comic Book Collection

Comic Book Spotlight of the Day: Wolverine Issue #50 – January 1992 (Marvel Comics)

TITLE: Wolverine Issue #50 YEAR: June 1984 COMPANY: DC Comics Writer/Editor/Co-Creator: Mike W. Barr Artist/Co-Creator: Jim Aparo Colorist: Adrienne Roy Larry Hama is best known for his work on G.I. Joe but with issue #47 of “Wolverine”, Larry Hama was brought in to become the new writer, while Marv Silvestri was brought in to be the new artist. Many Hama fans were excited to hear Hama would be the new […]

Spider-Girl vol. 1, Issue #1 – October 1998 (Marvel Comics)

TITLE: Spider-Girl vol. 1, Issue #1 YEAR: October 1998 COMPANY: Marvel Comics Writer: Tom DeFalco Penciler: Pat Oliffe Inker: Al Williamson Colorist:  Christie Scheele Letterer: Janice Chiang Chief: Bob Harras The year 1998 and Marvel Comics debuted MC2 (Marvel Comics 2), featuring an alternative future timeline for the Marvel Universe. Conceived by Tom DeFalco, the storyline takes place 15 years later and among the titles released were “A-Next” (a new […]

X-Man vol. 1, Issue #1 – March 1995 (Marvel Comics)

TITLE: X-Man vol. 1, Issue #1 YEAR: March 1995 COMPANY: Marvel Comics Writer: Jeph Loeb Pencils by Steve Skroce Inks by Bruce N. Solotoff Inks by Sellers, Smith, Larosa, Conrad Lettering by Starkings/Comicraft Colors by Mike Thomas Editor: Lisa Patrick Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras As the early ’90s would popularize Cable (Nathan Summers) in the Marvel Universe, Marvel decided to confuse readers even more by introducing us to Nate Grey, the […]

X-Factor Vol. 1, Issue 85 (December 1992) (Marvel Comics)

TITLE: X-Factor vol. 1, Issue 85 YEAR:  December 1992 COMPANY: Marvel Comics Writer: Peter David Pencils: Jae Lee Letterer: Richard Starkings Inks: Al Milgrom Editor: Kelly Corvese Colors: Glynis Oliver Group Editor: Bob Harras Editor in Chief: Tom Defalco It was the X-title crossover for 1992/1993. “X-Cutioner’s Song” was a 12-part crossover which was featured in “Uncanny X-Men”, “X-Men”, “X-Factor” and “X-Force” and would kick off with Lila Cheney organizing […]