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Comic Buyers Guide #1637
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Release Date: January 2008
Summary: This issue of the world's longest-running magazine about comics includes the following: X-Men Messiah Complex; Mr. Silver Age's Mopee Awards; Saluting Silver Age Silliness; X-Men crossovers; First Salvo's Danger's Dozen; Peter David column; plus the usual reviews, price guide, news items, and more.
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Comics Interview Super Special X-Men X-Tra
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Release Date: 1991
Summary: Featuring an indepth look at the Children of the Atom. Featuring interviews and comments from Chris Claremont, Butch Guice, Arthur Adams, Stan Lee, Walt Simonson, John Romita, Jr., and more.
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Comic Talk #14
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Release Date: October 1993
Summary: Short lived monthly magazine similar to Wizard. Covering comic releases, reviews, and interviews with comic artists and writers.
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Comic Value Monthly #63
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Release Date: October 1991
Summary: Monthly Magazine giving you the current value of over 25000 comic books. This issue has a special section about X-Men comics and trading cards.
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Cracked - Super Cracked #8
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Release Date: December 1994
Summary: Super Cracked is very similar to Mad Magazine. It is full of parodies. This issue is an X-Men comic...or as they call them the ExLax-Men. The majority of the comic features parodies of the X-Men with a few cameos by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Terminator II.

Gambit is only on the cover of this magazine. He is not featured inside.
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Cracked - Super Cracked #12
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Summary: 100 pages. Winter 1996-97. 4-page color X-Men comic insert parody. Reprint art by John Severin and others. Superhero parodies. Severin cover.
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Disney Adventures Magazine
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Release Date: February 1995
Summary: Disney Adventures monthly magazine that features a very short guidebook and magazine article to the X-men comics. A short basic history of the more popular characters, mainly those that appear in the cartoon at the time, only based on the comicverse.

The original cover art of Gambit was part of a contest. The winner won the original art.
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Mad Magazine #327
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Release Date: May 1994
Summary: This issue features contributions by Dave Berg, Mort Drucker, Dick De Bartolo, Sam Viviano, Stan Hart, Sergio Aragones, Angelo Torres, John Caldwell, George Woodbridge, Rick Tulka, and others. Parodied subjects include Seinfeld, Mrs. Doubtfire, The X-Men, priests, home video cameras, Billy Joel songs, wrestlers, boring hobbies, and more.
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Marvel Comics Catalog, The #3
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Release Date: 1998
Summary: September 1998. Original cover price: $1.99. Article on Marvel Knights, featuring Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti; article on Spider-Man: 'The Final Chapter'; Daredevil centerfold by Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti. Daredevil cover by Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti. Cover price $1.99.
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Marvel Comics Catalog, The #4
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Release Date: 1998
Summary: Spider-Man: Chapter 1 - a new series, a modern spin, a classic hero; John Byrne takes on the Wall-Crawler; Deadpool hijacks October; the Supernaturals invade Halloween; Spider-Man centerfold by Byrne. Spider-Man cover by Byrne. Cover price $1.99.
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Marvel Comics Catalog, The #5
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Release Date: 1998
Summary: November 1998. Original cover price: $1.99. Article on Spider-Man's new titles; interview with Billy Tucci on Battlebooks; Spider-Man centerfold by John Romita, Jr. Spider-Man cover by John Romita, Jr. Cover price $1.99.
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Marvel Comics Catalog, The #6
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Release Date: December 1998
Summary: December 1998. Original cover price: $1.99. Fabian Nicieza and Steve Skroce discuss Gambit; Erik Larsen comments on Wolverine; Jay Faerber comments on Generation X; interview with Tony Harris on Doctor Strange; Gambit centerfold by Steve Skroce and Rob Hunter. Gambit cover by Steve Skroce and Rob Hunter.
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Marvel Comics Catalog, The #7
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Release Date: 1999
Summary: January 1999. Original cover price: $1.99. Interview with Alex Ross on Earth X; article on the X-Men storyline 'The Magneto War,' with comments from Alan Davis and Mark Powers; Tom DeFalco discusses the MC2 line; Earth X centerfold by Alex Ross. Earth X cover by Alex Ross.
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Marvel Previews #6
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Release Date: 2003
Summary: Joe Quesada and Axel Alonso discuss Marvel Knights; 11-page preview of Thor: Son of Asgard #1 by Akira Yoshida, Greg Tocchini and Jay Leisten; 10-page preview of Spectacular Spider-Man #11. Cover price $0.99.
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Marvel Previews #12
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Release Date: 1994
Summary: 11-page preview of Ultimate Nightmare #1 by Warren Ellis, Trevor Hairsine and Simon Coleby; 7-page preview of Ultimate Elektra #1 by Mike Carey and Salvador Larroca Cover price $0.99.
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Marvel Previews #17
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Release Date: March 2005
Summary: 6-page preview of Young Avengers #1 by Allan Heinberg, Jim Cheung and John Dell; 6-page preview of Ultimate Secret #1 by Warren Ellis and Steve McNiven; preview pages from Spellbinders #1, Fantastic Four #524, Wolverine: Soultaker #2 and X-Men: The End - Heroes and Martyrs #1.
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Marvel Previews #57
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Release Date: July 2008
Summary: Your Marvel companion piece to the regular issue of PREVIEWS! Each issue of Marvel Previews is a comic book-sized, 96-page, full-color guide and preview to all of Marvel's upcoming releases - it's your #1 source for advanced information on Marvel Comics! This May issue features items scheduled to ship in July 2008.
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Marvel Previews #67
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Release Date: 2009
Summary: Your Marvel companion piece to the regular issue of PREVIEWS! Each issue of Marvel Previews is a comic book-sized, 120-page, full-color guide and preview to all of Marvel's upcoming releases - it's your #1 source for advanced information on Marvel Comics! This March issue features items scheduled to ship in May 2009. Cover price $1.25.
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Marvel Previews #70
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Release Date: 2009
Summary: Your Marvel companion piece to the regular issue of PREVIEWS! Each issue of Marvel Previews is a comic book-sized, 120-page, full-color guide and preview to all of Marvel's upcoming releases - it's your #1 source for advanced information on Marvel Comics! This June issue features items scheduled to ship in August 2009. FREE w/Purchase of PREVIEWS Cover price $1.25.
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Marvel Previews #73
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Release Date: 2009
Summary: Your Marvel companion piece to the regular issue of PREVIEWS! Each issue of Marvel Previews is a comic book-sized, 96-page, full-color guide and preview to all of Marvel's upcoming releases - it's your #1 source for advanced information on Marvel Comics! This September issue features items scheduled to ship in November 2009.
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Marvel Previews #74
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Release Date: 2009
Summary: Your Marvel companion piece to the regular issue of PREVIEWS! Each issue of Marvel Previews is a comic book-sized, 120-page, full-color guide and preview to all of Marvel's upcoming releases - it's your #1 source for advanced information on Marvel Comics! This October issue features items scheduled to ship in December 2009.
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Marvel Previews #75
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Release Date: 2009
Summary: Your Marvel companion piece to the regular issue of PREVIEWS! Each issue of Marvel Previews is a comic book-sized, 120-page, full-color guide and preview to all of Marvel's upcoming releases - it's your #1 source for advanced information on Marvel Comics! This November issue features items scheduled to ship in January 2010.
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Marvel Previews #77
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Release Date: 2009
Summary: Your Marvel companion piece to the regular issue of PREVIEWS! Each issue of Marvel Previews is a comic book-sized, 120-page, full-color guide and preview to all of Marvel's upcoming releases - it's your #1 source for advanced information on Marvel Comics! This January issue features items scheduled to ship in March 2010 and beyond.
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Marvel Previews #78
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Release Date: 2010
Summary: Your Marvel companion piece to the regular issue of PREVIEWS! Each issue of Marvel Previews is a comic book-sized, 120-page, full-color guide and preview to all of Marvel's upcoming releases - it's your #1 source for advanced information on Marvel Comics! This February issue features items scheduled to ship in April 2010 and beyond.
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Marvel Previews #82
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Release Date: 2010
Summary: Your Marvel companion piece to the regular issue of PREVIEWS! Each issue of Marvel Previews is a comic book-sized, 120-page, full-color guide and preview to all of Marvel's upcoming releases - it's your #1 source for advanced information on Marvel Comics! This June issue features items scheduled to ship in August.
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Marvel Previews #84
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Release Date: 2010
Summary: Your Marvel companion piece to the regular issue of PREVIEWS! Each issue of Marvel Previews is a comic book-sized, 120-page, full-color guide and preview to all of Marvel's upcoming releases - it's your #1 source for advanced information on Marvel Comics! This August issue features items scheduled to ship in October 2010 and beyond.
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Marvel Previews #86
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Release Date: 2010
Summary: Your Marvel companion piece to the regular issue of PREVIEWS! Each issue of Marvel Previews is a comic book-sized, 120-page, full-color guide and preview to all of Marvel's upcoming releases - it's your #1 source for advanced information on Marvel Comics! This October issue features items scheduled to ship in December 2010 and beyond.
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Marvel Previews #87
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Release Date: 2010
Summary: Your Marvel companion piece to the regular issue of PREVIEWS! Each issue of Marvel Previews is a comic book-sized, 120-page, full-color guide and preview to all of Marvel's upcoming releases - it's your #1 source for advanced information on Marvel Comics! This October issue features items scheduled to ship in January 2011 and beyond.
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Marvel Previews #88
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Release Date: December 2010
Summary: Preview for comics coming in February 2011. Featuring preiviews for all of Marvel Universe comics, previews for The Age of X, Marvel action figures and all the new collected edition books.
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Marvel Previews #93
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Release Date: 2011
Summary: Your Marvel companion piece to the regular issue of PREVIEWS! Each issue of Marvel Previews is a comic book-sized, 120-page, full-color guide and preview to all of Marvel's upcoming releases - it's your #1 source for advanced information on Marvel Comics! This May issue features items scheduled to ship in July 2011 and beyond.
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Marvel Previews #91
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Release Date: March 2011
Summary: Preview for comics coming in May 2011. Featuring preiviews for all of Marvel Universe comics, previews for The Age of X, Fear Itself, and all the new collected edition books.
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Marvel Rampage #5
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Release Date: 2005
Summary: Marvel Comic related magazine released in the UK. Information on all Marvel related comics and the Marvel movies. Features an X-Men comic exclusive to the magazine, featuring Gambit, Cyclops, Jubilee and Colossus.
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Marvel Requirer #18
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Release Date: August 1991
Summary: Cover features: X-Men, NFL SuperPro, Captain Planet. This magazine was prinnted in newspaper form on newsprint. It was given away for free at licensed comic shops. Regularly kept at the front door or at counter.
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Marvel Vision #6
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Release Date: June 1996
Summary: Article on Onslaught, with comments from Bob Harras, Mark Waid, Scott Lobdell and Mark Gruenwald; Bob Harras interview; Q & A with Angel Medina; John Romita, Sr. interview; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Iron Man adds a nose to his face mask; article on X-Factor, with comments from editor Kelly Corvese; editor Ralph Macchio discusses the Spider-Man titles; Mike Wieringo interview; Time Slip: Doctor Doom illo by John Paul Leon; Marvel Chronicles: 1963; Beast Files: Holocaust/Nemesis.
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Marvel Vision #9
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Release Date: September 1996
Summary: Features in this issue include: special on X-Men/Star Trek crossover; piece on Hulk animated series; historical article on Marvel in 1965; article on XSE (the Xavier School of Enforcement); and more.
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Marvel Vision #10
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Release Date: 1996
Summary: Q & A with Adam Kubert; article on the Mystique/Sabretooth limited series, with comments from editor Kelly Corvese and Jorge Gonzalez; article on inking; Q & A with Joe Madureira; Time Slip: Galactus illo by Scott McDaniel; Q & A with John Byrne; Marvel Chronicles: 1966; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Spider-Man Night Fever; Beast Files: the original X-Men. Cover by Adam Kubert.
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Marvel Vision #19
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Release Date: 1997
Summary: Article on Alpha Flight, with comments from editor Jaye Gardner and Steve Seagle; article on Thunderbolts, with comments from editor Tom Brevoort and Kurt Busiek; Gene Colan interview; The History of Marvel's Horror Comics, Part 3; Time Slip: Karnak illo by Steve Yeowell; article on Deathlok, with comments from Doug Moench; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Luke Cage vs. a soda machine; The Greatest Comics Never Seen: the original cover for X-Factor #66 by Whilce Portacio and Jackson Guice; Beast Files: Cable/Nathan Summers-Dayspring/Askani'son; Jorge Gonzalez interview; Larry Hama remembers his first Marvel comic; Q & A with Steve Buccellato; Q & A with George Roussos; Marvel Chronicles: 1973; article on Flashback Month, with comments from Bob Harras, Adam Kubert and Larry Hama. Cover by Scott Clark and Chris Carlson.
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Marvel Vision #21
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Release Date: September 1997
Summary: This comic sized magazine was a semi-regular monthly column detailing the present, and future of Marvel's properties in the media. This issue featured a story on the What If #100 issue that featured Gambit and also a story about the Gambit Limited Series 2.
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Marvel Vision #22
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Release Date: 1997
Summary: Article on Heroes Return, Fantastic Four and Iron Man, with comments from Peter David, Scott Lobdell and Kurt Busiek; article on the Colossus one-shot, with comments from editor Matt Idelson and Ben Raab; article on Uncanny X-Men #350, with comments from Scott Lobdell, Joe Madureira and Tim Townsend; Joe Kelly interview; Q & A with Jesse Delperdang; Time Slip: Molecule Man illo by Michael T. Gilbert; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Aunt May and Franklin Richards take on Galactus in Marvel Team-Up #137; The Greatest Pogs Never Seen: pog art by Jim Steranko, Scott McDaniel, Steve Rude and Paul Chadwick; Beast Files: Havok; Q & A with Bud LaRosa; Q & A with Wilson Ramos; Marvel Chronicles: 1974
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Previews #267
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Release Date: December 2010
Summary: Preview for comics coming in February 2011. Featuring previews for all of Marvel Universe, DC and all other comics, action figures, manga, anime, comic related clothing coming out to the market.
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Pro Action Magazine Vol. 1 #1
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Release Date: July 1994
Summary: Troy Aikman cover. Includes free X-Men Fleer Ultra 8 Uncut Card Sheet with exclusive cards and a free comic: Uncanny X-Men Pro Action #1.
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Pro Action Magazine Vol. 2 #2
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Release Date: September 1994
Summary: Joe Montana cover. Includes free X-Men Comic plus a free Ultimate trading card comic. The comic that comes with this magazine is X-Men: Pro Action #2 - The Hunt.
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Spider-Man Magazine Spring 1995
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Release Date: April 1995
Summary: Spider-Man magazine is a children based magazine that features Spider-Man, the X-Men, Iron Man and other Marvelverse characters. It has exclusive comics, articles about animals and world news, and games that kids can play starring the Marvel characters.

Gambit only appears within one of the games inside the magazine.
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Spider-Man Magazine #1
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Release Date: March 1994
Summary: Spider-Man magazine is a children based magazine that features Spider-Man, the X-Men, Iron Man and other Marvelverse characters. It has exclusive comics, articles about animals and world news, and games that kids can play starring the Marvel characters.
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Spider-Man Magazine #6
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Release Date: October 1994
Summary: Spider-Man magazine is a children based magazine that features Spider-Man, the X-Men, Iron Man and other Marvelverse characters. It has exclusive comics, articles about animals and world news, and games that kids can play starring the Marvel characters.
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Spider-Man Magazine #8
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Release Date: December 1994
Summary: Spider-Man/X-men flip magazine is a children based magazine that features Spider-Man, the X-Men, Iron Man and other Marvelverse characters. One one side it has Spider-Man Magazine, flip it over and it is X-Men Magazine, but the magazine had all the characters through-out. It just gave dealers option on which cover they wanted to display. It has exclusive comics, articles about animals and world news, and games that kids can play starring the Marvel characters.

This issue features a comic with Gambit and Cyclops trapped by Karp and Twittle.
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Spider-Man Magazine #7
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Release Date: November 1994
Summary: Spider-Man magazine is a children based magazine that features Spider-Man, the X-Men, Iron Man and other Marvelverse characters. It has exclusive comics, articles about animals and world news, and games that kids can play starring the Marvel characters.
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Spider-Man Magazine #10
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Release Date: February 1995
Summary: Spider-Man/X-men flip magazine is a children based magazine that features Spider-Man, the X-Men, Iron Man and other Marvelverse characters. One one side it has Spider-Man Magazine, flip it over and it is X-Men Magazine, but the magazine had all the characters through-out. It just gave dealers option on which cover they wanted to display. It has exclusive comics, articles about animals and world news, and games that kids can play starring the Marvel characters.

This issue has a spotlight on Gambit.
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Tuff Stuff's Collect September 1995
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Release Date: September 1995
Summary: Monthly magazine covering collectable trading cards, sports cards and related items. This issue covers the newest Overpower Trading Card game.
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Wizard: Dark Book 98 Special
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Release Date: January 1998
Summary: A Wizard special all about the Bad Boys of comics. Featuring all the villians and enemies of comic books over the years. Doctor Doom cover by Jim Lee.
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Wizard: Jim Lee Special
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Release Date: December 1996
Summary: A complete issue of Wizard dedicated to Jim Lee and the art/writing that he has done over the years. It covers his years with Marvel Comics and his jump to Image Comics and Wildstorm. It also has a checklist of his issues to that point.
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Wizard: Marvel's Heroes Return Special
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Release Date: October 1997
Summary: Polybagged w/ Marvel Universe poster. Special publication covering the return of all the Marvel Characters to the game.
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Wizard: X-Men Special Edition
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Release Date: July 2002
Summary: Get everything you need to know about the latest X-Men adventures and storylines as we talk to editor Mark Powers and all of the creators who are working on the current and upcoming X-books, like Wolverine, Ultimate X-Men, X-Treme X-Men, X-Force, X-Men: Evolution and others. Hear writers Grant Morrison and Joe Casey answer hot questions in an exclusive Wizard Q&A. Other creators like Chris Claremont, Mark Millar and artist Adam Kubert also offer info, art and clues on some of the shocking surprises that the X-Men will face this year, including deaths, disputes, departures and more. Plus, get the latest on the X-Men 2 movie! Adam Kubert gives the "Ultimate" design treatment to a previously unseen villain who will appear in an upcoming Ultimate X-Men storyline. Our "Last Man Standing" feature puts the Ultimate versus the Uncanny X-heroes. See who will win and why. This uncanny Wizard special will have it all! Look for Wolverine drawn by Frank Quitely on the cover of this Wizard X-Men Special Edition.
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Wizard: X-Men Special
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Release Date: 1998
Summary: A whole Wizard Magazine completely related to the X-Men and the characters that are a part of X-Universe on their 35th Anniversary. Full of articles about the X-Men and their new series like Gambit's first On-going series and the Exiles. Also has a lot of fantasy articles about what could happen to the X-Men if other writers were involved or fights would break out.
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Wizard: X-Men Super Special
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Release Date: 1999
Summary: A whole Wizard Magazine completely related to the X-Men and the characters that are a part of X-Universe. Goes over the hightlights of the past, present and future of the stoyline, characters and staff as the X-Men go into the next step, the movies.
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Wizard: X-Men Turn Thirty Anniversary Special
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Release Date: July 1993
Summary: A complete issue dedicated to the birthday of the X-Men on their 30th year. It covers all the main turning points, storylines, artists, characters and writers of the X-Men comics throughout the 30 years of it's run.
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Wizard: The Wolverine Tribute Edition
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Release Date: September 1996
Summary: A whole Wizard Magazine completely related to Wolverine and the characters that are a part of his life. Gives an overview of the Wolverine storyline and all the artist and writers that brought that story to light throughout the years.
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Wizard Magazine #0
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Release Date: September 2003
Summary: From DC Comics, writer Jeph Loeb and artist Jim Lee create an all-new 6-page BATMAN story that takes place between issues #615 & #616! From Marvel Comics, writer Brian Michael Bendis joins Editor-In Chief Joe Quesada who returns to pencil an exclusive 6-page Ultimate Spider-Man tale! Joe's first new story since Marvel Knights Double Shot in May 2002. Jay Anacleto illo from Marvels: Eye of the Camera; Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa discusses Fantastic Four; Wizard lists 10 coolest super-hero-themed rides in the U.S.; Jim Lee and Brian Azzarello comment on Superman; Marc Silvestri comments on New X-Men; Q & A with Alan Moore. Spider-Man 2 set visit, with comments from Sam Raimi and Avi Arad; Q & A with Kevin Smith; George Perez reveals his JLA/Avengers diary; Neal Adams interview, with illo by Adams; report on the single greatest stories that define the icons of DC, with Gabriele Dell'Otto illo; report on the best artists in comics; report on the top X-Men comics; Q & A with Thomas Jane on Punisher film; Basic Training by Michael Turner; Book of the Month: Catwoman; Q & A with Neil Gaiman; Secret Stash: The Silencers; 11 things you didn't know about Alex Ross
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Wizard Magazine #2
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Release Date: October 1991
Summary: Comes with pull out center-fold poster of cover. Chris Claremont discusses the X-Men; Javier Saltares interview; article on the incarnations of Ghost Rider; Wizard reviews the book Comics Librarianship; Martin Powell discusses The Ghosts of Dracula; Steven Grant discusses Badlands; profile of Sam Kieth.
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Wizard Magazine #14
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Release Date: 1992
Summary: Brutes & Babes by Bart Sears; article on the 'Eclipso: The Darkness Within' crossover in DC's Annuals, with comments from Michael Eury; article on Marvel's past and present crossover storylines; Q & A with Art Thibert; a look at nearly 3 decades of the X-Men; Neal Adams interview; a look at the super-stars of Image.
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Wizard Magazine #19
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Release Date: 1993
Summary: Writing at the Edge by David Quinn; Brutes & Babes by Bart Sears; Roy Thomas discusses Avengers West Coast; article on the Avengers; Larry Hama and Mark Texeira discuss Wolverine; article on Marvel UK, with comments from Paul Neary; Mike Mignola discusses Bram Stoker's Dracula.
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Wizard Magazine #41
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Release Date: January 1995
Summary: 300 page year end spectacular. There was also a Cyclops cover to this issue.

This issue is polybagged with a reprint of X-Men #320 and a pack of Fleer Ultra '95 X-Men cards.
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Wizard Magazine #51
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Release Date: 1995
Summary: Voice actors behind the X-Men animated series have their say; behind the scenes at the Avengelyne Swimsuit Edition photo shoot; David Lapham discusses Stray Bullets; First Look: Witchblade, with comments from Marc Silvestri; Greg Capullo's Krash Course; interview with Adam Kubert and Andy Kubert; Jim Lee interviews Chris Claremont; interview with Harvey Pekar and Joyce Brabner; Everyone's Got Opinions by Todd McFarlane; Wizard Profile: Tom Lyle.
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Wizard Magazine #58
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Release Date: June 2006
Summary: Originally polybagged with extras. Covers X-Men - Unsolved Plotlines, Pamela Anderson on her hit shows and more.
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Wizard Magazine #65
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Release Date: January 1997
Summary: 1996 Year End Spectacular. Wolverine cover by Kevin Lau. Polybagged with trading cards. Frank Cho writes about attending the Small Press Expo; report on Alex Ross gallery exhibit; Karl Kesel discusses Daredevil; tips from the pros on what you need to get a job in comics; Wizard's '97 Guide to Astro City, written by Scott Beatty; Q & A with Scott Lobdell; 8 artists to keep your eyes on: Michael Turner, Jeffrey Moy, Steve Skroce, Jim Calafiore, Lee Moder, Cary Nord, Ian Churchill and Carlos Pacheco; everything you wanted to know about Kingdom Come but were afraid to ask; 1997 preview; Basic Training by Walt Simonson; Character Profile: Silver Surfer; Creator Spotlight: Mark Bagley; Denny O'Neil remembers Mark Gruenwald; Wizard Profile: Mark Hamill.
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Wizard Magazine #145
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Release Date: 2003
Summary: 1996 Year End Spectacular. Wolverine cover by Kevin Lau. Polybagged with trading cards. Frank Cho writes about attending the Small Press Expo; report on Alex Ross gallery exhibit; Karl Kesel discusses Daredevil; tips from the pros on what you need to get a job in comics; Wizard's '97 Guide to Astro City, written by Scott Beatty; Q & A with Scott Lobdell; 8 artists to keep your eyes on: Michael Turner, Jeffrey Moy, Steve Skroce, Jim Calafiore, Lee Moder, Cary Nord, Ian Churchill and Carlos Pacheco; everything you wanted to know about Kingdom Come but were afraid to ask; 1997 preview; Basic Training by Walt Simonson; Character Profile: Silver Surfer; Creator Spotlight: Mark Bagley; Denny O'Neil remembers Mark Gruenwald; Wizard Profile: Mark Hamill. 3 Different covers.
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Wizard Magazine #150
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Release Date: April 2004
Summary: Spider-Man 2 movie photo cover. 5 pages from Identity Crisis; exclusive 7-page Spoiler tale by Bill Willingham and Damion Scott; Q & A with Bryan Singer on the X-Men films; Jim Lee comments on Superman's cast of characters; Wizard quizzes your comic book movie knowledge; the top 20 comic movie babes ever, with Greg Horn illo; Q & A with Tobey Maguire on Spider-Man 2; Q & A with Keanu Reeves on the set of Constantine; Mike Mignola opens his journal for a day-by-day account of his time on the set of Hellboy; Q & A with Wesley Snipes on Blade: Trinity; Q & A with David Goyer on Batman Begins; Geoff Johns casts the Teen Titans film; Book of the Month: Human Target; Q & A with Dave Sim; Secret Stash: Blacksad; 12 things you didn't know about Conan.
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Wizard Magazine #156
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Release Date: September 2004
Summary: Jim Lee and Alex Ross discuss their jam cover for this issue; Hollywood's hottest stars answer comics' burning questions, with Brad Walker illo; Joss Whedon discusses his 5 favorite 'Batman' movies: The Thomas Crown Affair, Unbreakable, Last of the Mohicans, Spider-Man and Batman: Mask of the Phantasm; Q & A with David Hayter; Q & A with Mark Hamill; Q & A with Ryan Reynolds; Brad Meltzer and Rags Morales discuss the controversial scenes in Identity Crisis #2; Q & A with Jeph Loeb and Michael Turner; exclusive 6-page Green Lantern: Rebirth prelude tale by Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver; Alex Ross on the 25 greatest comic movie posters of all time, with a Ross poster for an imaginary JLA movie; pitting Marvel vs. DC in 16 polls for 2004, with Pete Woods/Rebecca Woods illo; the single greatest stories that defined the icons of Marvel, with Gabriele Dell'Otto illo; uncovering Wolverine's true history, with Steve McNiven illo; Jim Steranko interview; the 10 worst small screen comic book adaptations of all time; Book of the Month: Amazing Spider-Man; Q & A: Devin Grayson; Secret Stash: Brian Michael Bendis discusses his 6 favorite indie reads; 11 things you didn't know about comic fan Howard Stern.
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Wizard Magazine #160
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Release Date: February 2005
Summary: Q & A with Dan DiDio and Joe Quesada on the biggest challenges facing DC and Marvel in 2005; Batman Begins set visit; a look at DC's All Star line, with illos by Jim Lee and Frank Quitely; Joss Whedon and Brian Michael Bendis provide a glimpse at what the leaders of the X-Men (Cyclops) and the Avengers (Captain America) think of each other's line-up; Joss Whedon discusses Astonishing X-Men; Fantastic Four set visit; Ultimate power chart, with Scot Eaton illo; a look at Alex Ross' Justice sketches of the Legion of Doom; a look at Marc Silvestri's Hunter-Killer sketches; Q & A with Keanu Reeves on Constantine; Reginald Hudlin discusses Black Panther; Q & A with J. Michael Straczynski; Q & A with Brian K. Vaughan.
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Wizard Magazine #169
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Release Date: November 2005
Summary: Q & A with Dan DiDio and Joe Quesada on the biggest challenges facing DC and Marvel in 2005; Batman Begins set visit; a look at DC's All Star line, with illos by Jim Lee and Frank Quitely; Joss Whedon and Brian Michael Bendis provide a glimpse at what the leaders of the X-Men (Cyclops) and the Avengers (Captain America) think of each other's line-up; Joss Whedon discusses Astonishing X-Men; Fantastic Four set visit; Ultimate power chart, with Scot Eaton illo; a look at Alex Ross' Justice sketches of the Legion of Doom; a look at Marc Silvestri's Hunter-Killer sketches; Q & A with Keanu Reeves on Constantine; Reginald Hudlin discusses Black Panther; Q & A with J. Michael Straczynski; Q & A with Brian K. Vaughan.
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Wizard Magazine #185
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Release Date: March 2007
Summary: Captain America & Iron Man "Civil War The End" cover by Phil Jimenez. Geoff Johns, Joe Quesada & Mark Waid comment on weekly comics; actor Scott Porter's ambition to play Green Lantern on Smallville; 5 Questions with Walt Flanagan (War of the Undead); Civil War fallout, with comments from Mark Millar & Tom Brevoort on Iron Man, and from Ed Brubaker & Millar on Captain America; 'Black From the Dead' - coverage of the return of Spider-Man's black costume, with comments from Peter David, Robert Aguirre-Sacasa, Axel Alonso & Brevoort; a look at how Alex Ross took the goofy fun of Super Friends and did it Justice; Brian Michael Bendis comments on the new New Avengers, with illo by Aaron Lopresti; 'Fight of the Century': Booster Gold vs Skeets; answers to questions about the X-Men from Mike Carey, Brubaker, Craig Kyle & Peter David; the favorite Joker moments of Bendis, Waid, Millar, Tony Daniel, Greg Rucka, Brian K. Vaughan, Brad Meltzer, Ron Marz, Don Kramer, Jerry Ordway, Mark Bagley, Keith Giffen, Christos Gage, Marc Andreyko & Kurt Busiek; Paul Dini's plans for Detective Comics; Peter David & Robin Furth comment on Stephen King's The Dark Tower; Mark Steven Johnson comments on potential Preacher HBO series; Tim Flattery discusses the Fantasticar from Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer; article on superhero team-ups, with comments from Mark Waid; Jeff Smith interview; article on Heroes tv show, with comments from Zachary Quinto, Tim Kring, Jesse Alexander, Ali Larter & Joe Pokaski; theories that link the Kingdom Come future with what the DCU is like now; article on World War Hulk, with comments from Greg Pak & Quesada; a look at the Marvel U's track record against the Hulk; Damon Lindelof comments on Lost; Wizard Insider: Captain Marvel; Q & A with director Mark Steven Johnson on Ghost Rider film; Geoff Johns comments on Action Comics; 4 different comic scripting techniques: Peter David, Alan Moore, Bendis, '52' writers; Wizard Insider: the new Aquaman; article on Miracleman, with illo by Bill Garland; Christos Gage interview; 5 Questions with David Wenham (300 film); Bill Willingham discusses Fables; Secret Stash: Wasteland, with comments from Anthony Johnston; Spider-Man black costume mini price guide.
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Wizard Magazine #188
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Release Date: June 2007
Summary: 2007 SUMMER PREVIEW Get the first word on the biggest, hottest and most-anticipated comic book events of the summer right here, from Marvel's first big post- Civil War event, Avengers: The Initiative, to DC's blockbuster JLA/ JSA by the fan-favorite combo of Geoff Johns and Brad Meltzer-and hundreds more to boot! SPIDER-MAN: ONE MORE DAY Spider-Man's going supernova this summer once 'Spider-Man 3' hits on May 4, and to coincide with that highly anticipated flick, Marvel rolls out a super-secret Spider- Man project titled 'One More Day,' a giant wall-crawling event by J. Michael Straczynski and Joe Quesada that will rock the web-head and his fans! HOLLYWOOD'S HOTTEST SUMMER Fanboys and girls will be flocking to theaters in droves this summer, lining up to see some of the most colossal comic book movies ever, including 'Spider-Man 3,' 'Fantastic Four 2: Rise of the Silver Surfer' and 'Transformers'! We've got the scoop on how these comic flicks will rule the silver screen! HULK SMASH MARVEL U.! The heroes of the Marvel Universe find themselves embroiled in a whole new conflict-World War Hulk! When the Green Goliath returns from space, he's out for revenge on the heroes that exiled him. The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets-and that means gamma- irradiated trouble for the Marvel U. DC'S BIGGEST EVENT OF 2007: FOR YOUR EYES ONLY! How does DC follow up on the smash success of its star-studded weekly 52 series? We can't tell you here, but pick up this issue of Wizard to get all the inside information on this sure-fire event spectacular: the all-star creators, the cast of stars and the earth-shattering surprises that await!
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Wizard Magazine #191
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Release Date: September 2007
Summary: JSA GETS BLOWN TO 'KINGDOM COME' Alex Ross, co-creator of DC's classic Kingdom Come and cover artist on Justice Society of America, revisits that seminal story in a crossover event that finds the DCU's first superteam meeting the Man of Steel from that dystopian future! Find out what the creative team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham have in store for this epic undertaking! MUTANT MOVIE MAYHEM Will 20th Century Fox roll out a fourth team movie in its successful X-Men movie franchise, or will Hugh Jackman's Wolverine be getting the solo spotlight? And who's going to step in to direct? We'll take an in-depth look at what's next for Marvel's movie mutants! BKV STAKES 'BUFFY' CLAIM Current 'Lost' staff writer Brian K. Vaughan (Y: The Last Man, Ex Machina), Wizard's Best Writer of 2006, comes on board Dark Horse's Buffy Season 8 train to pen the second arc of the hit Joss Whedon-created series, and he sets his sights firmly on bad girl Slayer Faith! Find out how BKV plans to sink his teeth into the Vampire Slayer mythos. NAIL-BITING 'COUNTDOWN' Week in and week out, Paul Dini and his Countdown creative cohorts continue to throw the entire DCU into chaos with the universe- shattering event series, as the Monitors continue their quest to eradicate threats to the multiverse. We'll keep you up to date on everything you need to know about DC's latest weekly serial. WHAT'S UNDER THE HOOD? A new criminal mastermind looks to make his move on the Marvel Universe in the pages of New Avengers-he's called the Hood, and he's setting his sights on taking out Earth's Mightiest Heroes to consolidate his criminal empire! Get the 4-1-1 on how these underground Avengers on the run plan to deal with this latest threat!
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Wizard Magazine #192
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Release Date: October 2007
Summary: WIZARD'S FALL TV PREVIEW Whether you're a hardcore couch potato or a wanna-be boob tube fanboy, Wizard has the full scoop on all your favorite TV shows in our spectacular Fall TV Preview! Get all the up-to-date info and sneak peeks on everything from 'Heroes' to 'Lost' to the latest new series and animated hits debuting this fall! TV'S 50 HOTTEST LEADING LADIES Who are the most sought-after, downloaded and drool-worthy females to ever grace the television screen? Wizard runs down its list of the 50 hottest TV actresses in fanboy-dom, from 'Battlestar's' Six to Kate Austin from 'Lost' to Gillian Anderson ('The X-Files') and 'Wonder Woman's' Lynda Carter! Find out who's No. 1, and let the water cooler chatter begin! 'SPIDER-MAN: ONE MORE DAY' EVENT When superstar creators like J. Michael Straczynski (Amazing Spider- Man) and Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada team up for a blockbuster Spider-Man special, what's it mean for the Friendly Neighborhood Wallcrawler? An event that Marvel promises will shake up Spidey's status quo forever! Not hyperbole, not a hoax, not a What If?-get the 4-1-1 on Spider-Man: One More Day here. 'JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA' GOES UNLIMITED! 'Justice League Unlimited' writer/producer Dwayne McDuffie joins current Justice League of America artist Ed Benes as the new series writer, and we've got the full story on how this animation master plans to make over the DCU's premier superteam. NAIL-BITING 'COUNTDOWN' Another week...another major revelation for the DC Universe! Writer Paul Dini and his all-star Countdown team chronicle the latest weekly mega-event that promises to rock the DCU to its core, as an organization of Monitors set their sights on threats to the Multiverse. Get the latest Countdown updates right here!
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Wizard Magazine #193
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Release Date: November 2007
Summary: Kevin Smith talks about proposed Heroes: Origins spinoff tv series; Robert Kirkman comments on Marvel Zombies 2; 5 Questions with Mike Benson (Moon Knight); Mark Millar & Bryan Hitch comment on their Ultimates run; Q & A with Timothy Olyphant on Hitman film; Jime Lee reveals his favorite covers; Millar & Hitch comment on Fantastic Four; interview with Robert Downey, Jr. on Iron Man; Ed Brubaker, Mike Carey & Chris Yost discuss X-Men 'Messiah Complex' crossover; Q & A with Josh Hartnett (30 Days of Night film); The Dark Knight (sequel to Batman Begins) film coverage, with comments from Chris Nolan & David Goyer; Wizard Insider: DC's Multiverse; Alex Ross comments on Project Superpowers & Avengers/Invaders; Wizard Insider: Dave Gibbons' Watchmen film teaser poster; 16th Annual Halloween Costume Contest results; the 411 on Joe Madureira; a look back at J. Michael Straczynski's most controversial Spider-Man moments; Judd Winick talks to George Perez about all things Titans; 'The 21 Greatest Horror Movies of the 21st Century'; interview with Jim Shooter on Legion of Super-Heroes; Steve Scott discusses the effects of Hurricane Katrina; Marc Silvestri, David Wohl, Garth Ennis, Scott Lobdell & Paul Jenkins comment on The Darkness; Rob Liefeld reflects on Youngblood; Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning comment on Nova; Secret Stash: Atomic Robo, with comments from Brian Clevinger; Batman quiz.
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Wizard Magazine #194
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Release Date: December 2007
Summary: THE COUNTDOWN TO 'SPIDER-MAN 4'! Your friendly neighborhood Wall-crawler won't hit theaters until May 2010, but we've got the inside scoop on Marvel's biggest movie franchise! Will Sam Raimi return to direct? Can Tobey Maguire be lured into the tights? Will the love interest be Mary Jane or Gwen Stacy? We'll get your spider-sense tingling! EARTH'S MIGHTIEST PAINTER: ALEX ROSS The premier painter in comics works his magic with the brush for the House of Ideas when Alex Ross co-plots and paints covers for Avengers- Invaders! It's Ross' first Marvel work since 2002-03's Paradise X, and we've got your first look! DC'S LEAGUE OF VILLAINS Lex Luthor organizes an army of villains to destroy the Justice League once and for all, as Dwayne McDuffie ('Justice League Unlimited') cranks the threat level to 11! We uncover what's in store, including a look at DC's upcoming villain event series, Salvation Run! 'X-MEN: MESSIAH COMPLEX' UNCOVERED With Marvel's Merry Mutants threatened by enemies on all sides and within, we'll take an in-depth look at what this latest X-event means for Professor X, Wolverine and the crew. Can the X-Men dodge this latest threat to mutantkind-or will they finally end up on the extinct list? DYNAMIC DUO TEAMS FOR BAT-EVENT! Superstar Bat-writers Grant Morrison (Batman) and Paul Dini (Detective Comics) team up for the first time ever to present a brand- new threat from an old Batman favorite: Ra's Al Ghul! Get the 4-1-1 on this Bat-tacular team-up right here!
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Wizard Magazine #196
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Release Date: February 2008
Summary: THE COUNTDOWN TO 'SPIDER-MAN 4'! Your friendly neighborhood Wall-crawler won't hit theaters until May 2010, but we've got the inside scoop on Marvel's biggest movie franchise! Will Sam Raimi return to direct? Can Tobey Maguire be lured into the tights? Will the love interest be Mary Jane or Gwen Stacy? We'll get your spider-sense tingling! EARTH'S MIGHTIEST PAINTER: ALEX ROSS The premier painter in comics works his magic with the brush for the House of Ideas when Alex Ross co-plots and paints covers for Avengers- Invaders! It's Ross' first Marvel work since 2002-03's Paradise X, and we've got your first look! DC'S LEAGUE OF VILLAINS Lex Luthor organizes an army of villains to destroy the Justice League once and for all, as Dwayne McDuffie ('Justice League Unlimited') cranks the threat level to 11! We uncover what's in store, including a look at DC's upcoming villain event series, Salvation Run! 'X-MEN: MESSIAH COMPLEX' UNCOVERED With Marvel's Merry Mutants threatened by enemies on all sides and within, we'll take an in-depth look at what this latest X-event means for Professor X, Wolverine and the crew. Can the X-Men dodge this latest threat to mutantkind-or will they finally end up on the extinct list? DYNAMIC DUO TEAMS FOR BAT-EVENT! Superstar Bat-writers Grant Morrison (Batman) and Paul Dini (Detective Comics) team up for the first time ever to present a brand- new threat from an old Batman favorite: Ra's Al Ghul! Get the 4-1-1 on this Bat-tacular team-up right here!
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Wizard Magazine #200
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Release Date: May 2008
Summary: From Wizard Entertainment. A celebration so big, it needs two issues!!! Since Wizard's launch in July 1991, it's never been a more exciting time to be a fan of comics and pop culture, and we've been on the front lines through it all. Comic book movies have become the standard summer popcorn blockbusters. Comic book collections can be seen on the shelves of every major bookseller. Major celebrities have professed their love of comics and took on the role of ambassador to the medium. The first of two issues, the Wizard # 200 Gold Edition gets the party started with: the 200 Greatest Comics in Wizard's History, certain to raise controversy; the 50 Events to Rock Comics in our history, from Marvel's surprise bankruptcy in the mid-1990s to the Death of Superman; the 10 Most Controversial People in Comics; in-depth Q&As with the founders of Image Comics; the Ultimate Geek Quiz; thoughts from top artists on what their first Wizard cover meant to them at that point in their careers; the 20 most collectible comics produced from 1991 to today; and much more! Plus: 20 pages of the best artwork to ever grace our pages, fresh with behind-the-scenes artist anecdotes, and the rollercoaster evolution of Wolverine in an original art piece by Kevin Maguire!
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Wizard Magazine #208
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Release Date: 2009
Summary: Secret Invasion may have wrapped, but the Marvel Universe is still left to pick up the pieces. What's next for Earth's Mightiest Heroes? What role do the X-Men play? What villain makes a move? Find out from all the top creators, including Brian Michael Bendis, Jeph Loeb, Mark Millar and more! 'WATCHMEN' Q&A: RORSCHACH SPEAKS! With Zack Snyder's highly anticipated 'Watchmen' feature film hitting March 6, 2009, get all the info you can handle straight from the horse's mouth-in this case, Rorschach actor Jackie Earle Haley. WHAT'S UP WITH 'WOLVERINE'? Marvel's most popular movie mutant gets his own feature film in May 2009, with Hugh Jackman once again donning the trademark claws for his solo flick. We've got everything you need to know about this sniktacular film event! 'MASQUERADE' PREVIEW Hot on the heels of Dynamite Entertainment's first Project Superpowers miniseries comes this spinoff starring the mysterious femme fatale. Uncover the secrets of this Project Superpowers bombshell with our exclusive preview. LASSO UP 'WONDER WOMAN' ANIMATED DC Animated continues to 'toon in to the fanboys' desires, as it unveils its latest full-length DVD flick: 'Wonder Woman'! We'll go behind the scenes on this Amazonian follow-up to 'DC New Frontier.
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Wizard Magazine #215
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Release Date: September 2009
Summary: CAPTAIN AMERICA: REBIRTH The first word on the TOP-SECRET Rebirth project from Ed Brubaker, along with a Captain America retrospective. ' MARK MILLAR Q&A Q&A with the Scottish scribe on the 'Kick-Ass' movie, Utlimate Avengers and Angelina Jolie!?! ' WHITEOUT SET VISIT Behind the scenes of the Kate Beckinsale adaptation of Greg Rucka's ice-cold, comic thriller! ' IRON MAN 2 The latest news on next summer's most anticipated film from Robert Downey Jr., Jon Favreau and Marvel Studios.
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Wolverine Magazine #4
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Release Date: 2009
Summary: Cover by DAVID FINCH It's Wolverine from cover to cover as Marvel's feral mutant leaps into his very own magazine! In addition to full-length comic-book stories, this issue features puzzles, games, pinups, and a pull-out poster. 96 PGS./All Ages .
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X-Men Anniversary Magazine 1995
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Release Date: 1995
Summary: This oversized magazine celbrates the aniversary of the X-Men. Features interviews with artists and creators like Bob Harras and Stan Lee, other writer and artist profiles, X-Men cartoon season 2, Mutant sketchbook, X-Men/Avengers crossover, X-Men 2099, and more. Also covers the crossovers over the years. Original sketches of a lot of the X-Men that hit the cutitng room floor.
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