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Gil Kane - Bibliography - Marvel
145 (along with John Romita, Sr) (1972) Captain Marvel #17-21 (1969–70) Conan the Barbarian #17-18 (1972) #127-134 (1981–82) Creatures on the Loose (Gullivar Jones) #16-17 (1972. 2 (Black Panther) #9 (1974) Marvel Comics Presents (Two-Gun Kid) #116 (1992) Marvel Fanfare (Mowgli) #9-11 (1983) Marvel Heroes Legends #2 (1997) Marvel Premiere (Adam Warlock) #1-2 (Iron ...
Wonder Man - Other Versions - Marvel Zombies
... In Marvel Zombies vs ... The Army of Darkness Wonder Man is one of the many zombies seen attacking Doctor Doom's castle ...
Atlas Comics
... two comic publishing companies that would be the forerunner of Marvel Comics Seaboard Periodicals, founded by Timely/Atlas (1950s)/Marvel founder, a short-lived comic publisher that published under the ...
Ultimate Marvel Team-Up - Collections
... Collection Title Format Number of Issues ISBN Ultimate Marvel Team-Up Vol. 1 Trade Paperback #1-5 ISBN 0-7851-0807-6 Ultimate Marvel Team-Up Vol. 2 Trade Paperback #9-13 ISBN 0-7851-1299-5 Ultimate Marvel Team-Up Vol ...
Kismet (Marvel Comics)
... has appeared in various comic book series published by Marvel Comics ... She exists in Marvel's main shared universe, known as the Marvel Universe ...

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