Looking at all the Marvel licensed books cover dated July 1978, Ben reads: Star Wars #13 — DAY OF THE DRAGONLORDS! — 5:30-22:10 (The water world war escalates) Godzilla #12 — THE MEGA MONSTERS FROM BEYOND PART 1: THE BETA BEAST! — 22:10-50:15 (a multi-part space epic begins) Human Fly #11 …
This issue: it’s John Carter: Warlord of Earth? It’s the power of SCIENCE vs the power of love as John Carter finds himself home…sort of.
As two alien races war using giant monsters, earth and Godzilla are pulled into the conflict!
Looking at all the Marvel licensed books cover dated July 1978, Ben reads: Star Wars #13 — DAY OF THE DRAGONLORDS! — …
Flashback…to that time when Human Fly’s PR guy was a down on his luck out of work reporter and got his current job by jumping out of a plane to save Human Fly’s life!
The water planet story arc ends here as Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie and the droids help when a war breaks out between the inhabitants of the planet!
Taking a look at Machine Man #4 and Devil Dinosaur #4, both featuring invading aliens and big battles! Also, looking at the ads and editorial copy of Marvel’s July 1978 cover dated books!
The walking dead are marching on Helium and the plot marches off the rails! Lots of cool stuff happens, strung together by a story that struggles to make sense of its plot. But is it still awesome?
It’s a lost world, complete with dinosaurs and ancient civilizations and treasure! Mark Harris faces danger and discovery unlike anything he;s ever seen…because most of what he has seen was done on a TV budget.
What happened on the day Human Fly tried to jump twenty-six buses in 1977? What happened after he failed? Find out here, as the comic book and real life meet in tragedy…and triumph?
The Big-G vs. the Beta Beast, with two worlds hanging in the balance! With aliens, monsters, and kaiju battles, is this the most movie like of the Godzilla comics?