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Comics Feature (1980) - #51
New Media Publishing


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  Writer(s):
Mike Benton
Ron Goulart - 'Frank S. Shawn'
Will Murray - 'Kenneth Robeson'
Steve Perrin
Hal Schuster
William Silvester
James Van Hise

Penciller(s):
Jim Keegan
Mike Zeck

Inker(s):
Jim Keegan
Mike Zeck

Editor(s):
Ron Goulart - 'Frank S. Shawn'
John Peel
Hal Schuster
James Van Hise

Cover Artist(s):
Martin Cannon
 

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Cover Date: January 1987
Cover Price: US $ 2.50

Issue Tagline: Complete Hero History of THE NEW MUTANTS / Exclusive: The Future of Captain America and Iron Man!!

Format: Black & White; Magazine; 54 pages

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Letters Column: Letters

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"Heroes: The New Mutants" - Edit this story

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JAMES VAN HISE provides a comprehensive history of THE NEW MUTANTS from the team's first appearance in MARVEL GRAPHIC NOVEL #4 through issue 35 of their own series. That article is liberally illustrated with panels from the series, including a side-by-side comparison of a Bob McLeod penciled and inked page.

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"Games: Challengers and SkyRealms of Jorune" - Edit this story

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STEVE PERRIN reviews (1) the super-hero role-playing game CHALLENGERS (Ragnarok Enterprises) and (2) the fantasy/science-fiction role-playing game SKYREALMS OF JORUNE.

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"Fun & Profit: Protect Your Comics From Decay" - Edit this story

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Tips on how to care for your comic book collection.

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A history and contrast of "The Star Spangled Superhero" and "The Corporate Superhero" that summarizes each hero's history and evaluates how their respective titles are being handled and what lies ahead.

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Aricle features two full-page, full-color illustrations: (1) Cap and Shell-Head by JIM KEEGAN and (2) Cap contemplating the city from a rooftop by MIKE ZECK.

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WILLIAM SILVESTER discusses Disney stamps, picturing several from different countries. Of especial interest to philatelists.

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RON GOULART looks at the campy 1950s sci-fi strips SPACE CADET, PLANETEER, BEYOND MARS, JET SCOTT, DRIFT MARLO, closing by touching on the 1970's revival of BUCK ROGERS by Gray Morrow and Goulart's own STAR HAWKS strip illustrated by Gil Kane. A four-page article abundantly illustrated with panels and strips.

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Will Murray examines the ACG line of heroes, including MAGICMAN, NEMESIS and arch-foe DRAGONIA, and describes the Magicman and Nemesis crossover event in FORBIDDEN WORLDS #136 (1966). Murray closes his piece describing the end of the ACG line in 1968.

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