Gil Kane - Bibliography - Marvel

Marvel

  • Amazing Spider-Man #89-92; 96-105; 120-124; 150; Annual #10 (1970–75), Annual #24 (1990)
  • Astonishing Tales (Ka-Zar) #11,15 (1972)
  • Captain America #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)
  • Daredevil #141, 146-148, 151 (1977–78)
  • Deadly Hands of Kung Fu (Sons of the Tiger) #23 (1976)
  • Fear (Morbius) #12 (1973)
  • Ghost Rider #21 (1976)
  • Giant-Size Conan #1-4 (1974–75)
  • Inhumans #5-7 (1976)
  • John Carter, Warlord of Mars #1-10 (1977–78)
  • Journey into Mystery, vol. 2, #1-2 (1972)
  • Jungle Action, vol. 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 Fist) #15 (1972–74)
  • Marvel Preview (Blackmark) #17 (1979)
  • Marvel Team-Up (Spider-Man team-ups) #4-6, 13-14, 16-19, 23 (1972–74)
  • Marvel Two-in-One (The Thing team-ups) #1-2 (1974)
  • Micronauts #38, 40-45 (1982)
  • Monsters Unleashed #3 (1973)
  • Savage Sword of Conan #8, 47, 63-65, 67, 85-86 (1975–83)
  • Savage Tales (Conan) #4 (along with Neal Adams) (1974)
  • Scarlet Spider #1 (1995)
  • Spider-Man #63 (1995)
  • Tales of Suspense (Captain America) #88-91 (1967)
  • Tales to Astonish (Hulk) #89-91 (1967)
  • Thor #318 (1982)
  • Vampire Tales (Morbius) #5 (1974)
  • Warlock #1-5 (1972–73)
  • Web of Spider-Man Annual #6 (1990)
  • Werewolf by Night #11-12 (1975)
  • What If? (Avengers) #3, (Spider-Man) #24 (1977–80)

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