Synopsis: Wounded Wolf was written by Chris Claremont with pencils, inks and colours by Barry Windsor Smith and opens in Spiral's Body Shoppe were the Reavers (Macon, Cole and Reese, former guards from the Hellfire club torn up by Wolverine during the Dark Phoenix Saga) are having there cybernetics upgrading while Oyama Yuriko, a woman … Continue reading February 1986: Uncanny X-Men 205 – Or, this is why I don’t do carol singing.
Synopsis: Sir! Was written and drawn by Walt Simonson and opens with Thor's Chariot being pulled by the goats Toothgnasher and Toothgrinder and standing upon it is well a 6ft6 frog dressed as Thor. It actually is Thor, who has been turned into a frog by the machinations of his brother Loki, who schemes to … Continue reading January 1986: The Mighty Thor 366 – Or, giant frog riding two goats in space, fair to say the drugs have kicked in.
Synopsis: Firestar #1 was written by Tom DeFalco with art by Mary Wilshire and Steve Leialoha and opens with a girl and her grandmother at breakfast. Angelica Jones is having the lines on her hand explained as her being special. This doesn't go over well with Angelica's father Bartholomew who is struggling with having to … Continue reading December 1985: Firestar 1 – I don’t think Grandma is going to make it.
Synopsis: X-Factor #1 was written by Bob Layton with pencils by Jackson Guice and inks by the two of them along with Joe Rubenstein and opens with Scott Summers the former X-Man called Cyclops using his powerful optic blasts to chop wood in his Alaska home. His wife Madelyn calls him in and there's clearly tension … Continue reading November 1985: X-Factor 1 – Think maybe Ghostbusters gonna sue somebody?
Synopsis: West Coast Avengers 5 was written by Steve Englehart and pencilled by Al Migrom and inked by Joe Sinnott and opens with Simon 'Wonderman' Williams getting a telling off by Clint 'Hawkeye' Barton about his recent on-air confession of his guilt in the embezzelment from his own company years earlier. Without informing the Avengers … Continue reading October 1985: West Coast Avengers 5 – Purring and a tail, is that a turn on for many guys?
Synopsis:Uncanny X-Men #200: The Trial of Magneto was written by Chris CLaremont with art by John Romita Jnr and Dan Green and opens with Magneto (a.k.a. Erik Lensherr, a.k.a. Magnus, a.k.a. Max Eisnhart, a.k.a. Michael Xavier) being led to his trial in handcuffs. He has surrendered to the world court (normally at the … Continue reading September 1985: Uncanny X-Men 200 – Or, Purple Lycra for a Court appearance? Really?
Synopsis. Iron Man 200 was written by Denny O'Neil with pencils by Mark Bright and inks by Akin & Garvey and opens with Tony Stark being told that his friend Morley Erwin died in a car explosion caused by Obadiah Stane. James Rhodes is trying to be supportive whilst Morley's sister Clytemnestra blames Tony for Morley's … Continue reading August 1985: Iron Man 200 – Or, if you like watching guys getting dressed up armour, this issue is for you
Vision and the Scarlet Witch 1 was written by Steve Engleheart with art by Richard Howell and Andy Mushynsky and opens with US Government a$$hole Henry Peter Gyrich and his associate Raymond Sikorsky investigating the Vision after his recent attempt to take over the world (seen here https://marvelmunky76.wordpress.com/2017/04/11/january-1985-avengers-254-or-vision-we-are-all-here-because-we-love-you-but-you-have-a-problem/ ) and Wanda 'Scarlet Witch' Maximoff is getting … Continue reading July 1985: Vision & the Scarlet Witch #1 – Or, who sells a house to people who have just quit their jobs?
Longshot 1 was written by Ann Nocenti with Art by Art Adams and opens with the titular character on the on another world, before running into a portal to arrive in New York city. He has no idea who he is, why he was being chased and why he seems to be so lucky. … Continue reading June 1985: Longshot 1 – Or, so no one is going to mention that he’s got a finger missing on each hand?
Synopsis: Squadron Supreme 1 was written by Mark Gruenwald with Bob Hall on pencils and John Beatty on inks and opens with Hyperion trying to save the Squadron's satellite headquarters. With the aid of Amphibian and Doctor Spectrum, he manages to bring it to the ground without any real problem. Elseswhere, Nighthawk, Lady Lark, … Continue reading May 1985: Squadron Supreme #1 – Or, Wow, Marvel’s Superman has no tact at all