My Comic Book Journey

A Blog About Rediscovering My Comic Book Collection

Comic Book Spotlight of the Day: Kull, the Destroyer vol. 1, Issue #17 – October 1976 (Marvel Comics)

TITLE: Kull, the Destroyer vol. 1, issue #17 YEAR: October 1976 COMPANY: Marvel Comics Writer: Doug Moench Artists: Alfredo Al-Kull-A (Alfredo Alcala) & Ed Hannigan Colorist: Hugh Paley Letterer: Annette K. Editor: Roy Thomas As Marvel Comics experienced a sales boom thanks to “Conan the Barbarian” (created by Robert E. Howard back in 1932 for “Weird Tales” magazine) in the ’70s, Robert E. Howard had another character that he created years […]

Comic Book Spotlight of the Day: Moon Knight vol. 1, issue #1 – November 1980 (Marvel Comics)

TITLE: Moon Knight vol. 1, issue #1 YEAR: November 1980 COMPANY: Marvel Comics Written by Doug Moench Artist: Bill Sienkiewicz Inker: Bill & Franki S. Colored by B. Sharen Lettered by T. Orzechowski Editor: Denny O’Neil Supervisor: Jim Shooter Back in the ’70s, Doug Moench was a writer who’s name would be featured in various comic book titles.  And in 1975, Moench and artist Don Perlin would introduce Moon Knight […]

Comic Book Spotlight of the Day: Detective Comics Starring Batman issue #547 – February 1985 (DC Comics)

TITLE: Detective Comics Starring Batman issue #547 YEAR: February 1985 COMPANY: DC Comics Created by Bob Kane Writer: Doug Moench Artist: Pat Broderick Inker: Klaus Janson Colorist: Adrienne Roy Letterer: Ben Oda Edited by Len Wein When it comes to antagonists, two of the most interesting characters to be featured in “Detective Comics” was Gotham City millionaire Anton Knight and his stepsister Natalia. While Anton lived the good life and […]

Batman issue #497 – July 1993 (DC Comics)

TITLE: Batman Issue #497 YEAR: 1993 COMPANY: DC Comics Writer: Doug Moench Artist: Jim Aparo Inker: Dick Giordano Colorist: Adrienne Roy Letterer: Richard Starkings Asst. Editor: Jordan B. Gorfinkel Editor: Dennis O’Neil Batman created by Bob Kane One of the largest events from DC Comics, next to the “Death of Superman” was the “Knightfall” series which been hyped of Bane breaking Batman’s back and literally leaving Bruce Wayne paralyzed. The […]

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 […]