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  1. Jim Shooter had part of FF #286 rewritten by...

    Jim Shooter had part of FF #286 rewritten by Chris Claremont and redrawn by Jackson Guice, which is why John Byrne's name did not appear in the credits. The retcon that brought Jean back was...
  2. The real reason was that his comic was one of...

    The real reason was that his comic was one of Marvel's poorest sellers and they hoped to boost the figures by making him look more like a superhero. The in-story excuse was that his enemy Asmodeus...
  3. He didn't have a book between the cancellation of...

    He didn't have a book between the cancellation of Doctor Strange volume 1 at #183 (cover date November 1969) andl his return and the launch of the Defenders in Marvel Feature #1 (Cover date December...
  4. Attitudes to pre-1982 issues with the British...

    Attitudes to pre-1982 issues with the British price only are varied. Many American collectors won't touch them, but some others seek them out as a scarcer variant.
  5. They're definitely not reprints. The two with...

    They're definitely not reprints. The two with Spider-Man's head in the box in the bottom left corner are both direct market versions, and the one with the barcode and the 60 cent price is an Ameican...
  6. Starting from (I think) January 1982 cover dates...

    Starting from (I think) January 1982 cover dates (eg Captain America #265), the direct market version showed both US and UK prices, and the US newsstand version would still only show the cents price....
  7. Have any of these been collected in colour?...

    Have any of these been collected in colour?
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    Unknown Soldier from Star Spangled War by David Michelinie and Gerry Talaoc
    Star Hunters by David Michelinie
    Night Force bt Marv Wolfman and Gene...
  8. Do you mean Jim Wilson?

    Do you mean Jim Wilson?
  9. MTU Annual #4, Spider-Man, Power Man, Iron Fist...

    MTU Annual #4, Spider-Man, Power Man, Iron Fist and Moon Knight versus Killgrave, well written by Frank Miller, but horribly drawn by Trimpe and Esposito.
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    MTU #119 Spider-Man and the Gargoyle...
  10. It was reprinted in Marvel Tales #235-6 (with...

    It was reprinted in Marvel Tales #235-6 (with unimpressive new covers by Todd McFarlane), Essential Marvel Team-Up #3 and X-Men Epic Collection #5 - Second Genesis.
  11. Some pages from the unpublished Wraitheart by...

    Some pages from the unpublished Wraitheart by Frank Lovece and Hector Gomez can be seen on the Comic Art Fans website,
  12. I enjoyed the first two-thirds of DeMatteis's run...

    I enjoyed the first two-thirds of DeMatteis's run at the time, and liked it much better than most issues after #50. Don Perlin's art tended to look pretty rough when inked by anyone except Joe...
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    I would say a chafracter's first full appearance...

    I would say a chafracter's first full appearance can't be a cameo, but a comic can't be a character's first appearance if they've previously appeared, however briefly, in another comic. Is Gambit's...
  14. Are Typhoid Mary and Bullseye not criminals these...

    Are Typhoid Mary and Bullseye not criminals these days?
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    Secret Wars #8 & ASM #252-259 featured Peter.

    Secret Wars #8 & ASM #252-259 featured Peter.
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    ASM #300 was Venom's fifth appearance after...

    ASM #300 was Venom's fifth appearance after debatable cameos in Web of Spider-Man #18 & 24 and definite cameos in ASM #298 & 299. #300 is ridiculously expensive for such a common comic.
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    Did Peter B Gillis ever talk about why he was...

    Did Peter B Gillis ever talk about why he was replaced two-thirds of the way through the 1985 Eternals maxi-series? Most of the last page of #8 looked very rough, as though it had been tampered with...
  18. Hodiah Twist

    Hodiah Twist
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    Rhymes with mercy.

    Rhymes with mercy.
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    According to the Official Handbook of the Marvel...

    According to the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe, her first appearance was in Strange Tales #109, as Circe. Was this ever estblished in the comics?
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    Texeira was so underrated that even his fans...

    Texeira was so underrated that even his fans couldn't spell his name. His inking tended to have a scuzzy look that didn't appeal to me, and his layouts sometimes seemed like bad Neal Adams, in a...
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    Broderick pencilled the interiors of Micronauts...

    Broderick pencilled the interiors of Micronauts #20, but the cover was by Michael Golden
  23. The second is by Sandy Plunkett and Alan Weiss,...

    The second is by Sandy Plunkett and Alan Weiss, and the third is by Frank Cirocco.

    I also loved Plunkett and Weiss' cover to Defenders #124, and their later Nightmask covers. Plunkett would...
  24. I think, with a few exceptions, Byrne has tended...

    I think, with a few exceptions, Byrne has tended to be one of his own worst inkers. The second image is in the stlye of the covers he pencilled in 1985 for the Official Handbook of the Marvel...
  25. When did Byrne draw the Transformers?

    When did Byrne draw the Transformers?
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