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 writer, but for art fans, many were excited to see […]

Shogun Warriors vol. 1, Issue #1 – February 1979 (Marvel Comics)

TITLE: Shogun Warriors vol. 1, Issue #1 YEAR: February 1979 COMPANY: Marvel Comics Writer: Doug Moench Artist: Herb Trimpe Inker: Dan Green Letterer: Jim Novak Colorist: Andy Yanchus Editor: Al Milgrom Editor-in-Chief: Jim Shooter When I was a child, my favorite toys were Shogun Warriors.  These robots were the precursor to Transformers and were the toys that man kids wanted in the ’70s and collectors try to find and purchase on online auctions today, as they are worth a lot. […]

Cable: Blood & Metal Issue #1 – October 1992 (Marvel Comics)

TITLE: Cable: Blood & Metal Issue #1 YEAR: October 1992 COMPANY: Marvel Comics Writer: Fabian Nicieza Artist: John Romita Jr. Inker: Dan Green Letterer: Bill Oakley  Colorist: Brad Vancata  Asst. Editor: Lisa Patrick  Editor: Bob Harras   Editor-in-Chief: Tom Defalco Back in 1986, an infant Nathan Summer, the biological son of X-Man’s Cyclops (Scott Summers) and Madelyn Pryor (a clone of Jean Grey) made his debut in “Uncanny X-Men” issue #201. But it wasn’t until 1990 when writer Louise Simonson and […]