Photos et Cetera
Check out some of these great covers, pictures, drawings and such,
of both the Thing and other folks in the FF's world on this page!
There's also my own writings available through here.
Team-Ups with the Torch (you know, that one!) (from 1964-65), and Marvel Feature
Thing (1983-86 series)
Night (2002 one-shot)
Still picture galleries
Comic book reviews and essays
"interview" with the Thing
This is something I once thought up in 2002, in trying to write
something similar to what an entertainment reporter tried out.
of Marvel Premiere Classic: The Thing: Project Pegasus
This was where the famous laboratory complex first turned up with
its amazing Cosmic Cube.
Vol. 1 TPB
One of best periods in the FF's history as the MCU's Fantastic
#42, August 1978
It can be great to look over many of the great letters of yore
from all those classic adventures, and at a time when letters
could really be thought-provoking too! Here's a sample of some of
the replies to one of the best issues, written by Marv Wolfman
during the 1970's, with Ron Wilson doing the artwork and Roger
Stern the editing.
#50, April 1979
Here's another one, from an issue featuring a most notable
time-travel story, in which the Thing goes back in time to try and
cure himself of being...well, you get the idea.
#91, September 1982
And still another one, corresponding to an issue featuring the
Sandman, a most touching issue too at that.
#35, May 1986
The penultimate issue of the series that took over from where MTIO
I won't be looking forward to J. Michael Straczynski on the
My thoughts on his being chosen as the next writer, following Mark
Featuring ideas from Fantastic Fans on how Sue's invisibility
powers could work.
and Scarlet Shamed
Thoughts on Marvelís belittling of Gwen Stacy and the Scarlet
Witch, plus what I think of the Phoenix saga, and something
involving the Hank Pym/Janet VanDyne catastrophe of 1981.
will be the Fate of Marvel's Book Publishing?
In 2011, following a considerable amount of terrible crossovers
and other bad ideas, Marvel could very easily be facing their
twilight as a comic book publisher.
simplifications I made for the site
I made some changes to clarify my disillusionment with the people
now running Marvel.
will happen to Marvel now that Stan the Man Lee is gone?
Some thoughts on the sad state of Marvel after its legendary
developer passed on, and what's best for it now.
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