The back half of Bruce Jones’ run isn’t nearly as good. In this issue, a desperate attempt to tie in with Iron Man.
Created by Chris Claremont and David Nakayama for the Big Hero Six team, Wasabi No Ginger first appeared in the first issue of that comic, which went on sale on September 1, 2008.
If I wasn’t so lazy, I”d pull out my copy of Amazing Spider-Man #230, “Nothing Can Stop The Juggernaut,” in which John Romita, Jr., has this same drawing of Juggy’s eyes.
And please, I don’t mean because it sucked. :)
I mean have you ever teared up because of a story or scene, or character, anything like that, from a comic book?
Saga made me well up. Ultimate Spider-Man did it to me too. I know there are others.
Oh baby, all I need is one more chance. Won’t you please let me back in your heart. Oh darlin’, I was blind to let you go. But now since I see you in his arms.
Greatest Movie Ever
Answer on next page—and bonus points if you can identify why it’s so special! It’s from Superman #50 (volume 2).
Wonder Woman, “Skateboard Wiz”
Eighties August 8 part II: Best Titles Of The 1980s
By Jef Willemsen (clarmindcontrol.blogspot.com)
In the second part of Eighties August 8, we’ll be counting down the eight best titles of the 1980s. Now, we can all agree that books like Simonson’s Thor, Miller’s Daredevil, Byrne’s Fantastic Four and of course Claremont’s Uncanny X-Men belong on that list by default. But that would make this entry far too predictable. Instead, let’s focus on some of the lesser known gems of the decade.