Asgardians and Olympians and Eternals, oh my!

Mighty Thor #291, January 1980
Keith Pollard, Chic Stone,
and Roy Thomas

Asgardians and Olympians and Eternals, oh my!

Mighty Thor #291, January 1980
Keith Pollard, Chic Stone,
and Roy Thomas

Better than Leno.

What If? #19, February 1980
Pat Broderick, Mike Esposito,
and Peter Gillis

Better than Leno.

What If? #19, February 1980
Pat Broderick, Mike Esposito,
and Peter Gillis

Time to move to Montana.

Avengers #191, January 1980
John Byrne, Dan Green,
and David Michelinie

Time to move to Montana.

Avengers #191, January 1980
John Byrne, Dan Green,
and David Michelinie

Cure of the living vampire.

Spectacular Spider-Man #38, January 1980
Sal Buscema, Chic Stone,
and Bill Mantlo

Cure of the living vampire.

Spectacular Spider-Man #38, January 1980
Sal Buscema, Chic Stone,
and Bill Mantlo

"No, Puggy! I won’t!"

Daredevil #162, January 1980
Steve Ditko and Michael Fleisher

"No, Puggy! I won’t!"

Daredevil #162, January 1980
Steve Ditko and Michael Fleisher

Captain America meets The Punisher.

Captain America #241, January 1980
Frank Springer, Pablo Marcos,
and Mike W. Barr

Captain America meets The Punisher.

Captain America #241, January 1980
Frank Springer, Pablo Marcos,
and Mike W. Barr

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1983 - The Uncanny X-Men by Brent Anderson

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marvel1980s:

1983 - The Uncanny X-Men by Brent Anderson

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Mountain climbing with The Man-Thing.

Man-Thing #2, January 1980
Jim Mooney, Bob Wiacek,
and Michael Fleisher

Mountain climbing with The Man-Thing.

Man-Thing #2, January 1980
Jim Mooney, Bob Wiacek,
and Michael Fleisher

Just like my pal Ben Grimm always says, IT’S SIN ATONEMENT TIME!

Amazing Spider-Man #200, January 1980
Keith Pollard, Jim Mooney,
and Marv Wolfman

Just like my pal Ben Grimm always says, IT’S SIN ATONEMENT TIME!

Amazing Spider-Man #200, January 1980
Keith Pollard, Jim Mooney,
and Marv Wolfman

Toldja she weren’t dead.

Amazing Spider-Man #200, January 1980
Keith Pollard, Jim Mooney,
and Marv Wolfman

Toldja she weren’t dead.

Amazing Spider-Man #200, January 1980
Keith Pollard, Jim Mooney,
and Marv Wolfman

And now, MY golden age of Marvel Comics: THE EIGHTIES!

The last half of the seventies were somewhat tough to get through, but I’m putting on my sunglasses because the future is looking bright! Dark Phoenix, Days of Future Past, Cap for President, Roger Stern on Spider-Man and Avengers, Frank Miller on Daredevil, Epic Comics, Byrne on Fantastic Four, GROO THE WANDERER, Walt Simonson on Thor, Rom Spaceknight, Claremont’s X-Universe, Peter Porker Spider-Ham, G.I. Joe….and that’s just a few highlights from the first half! 

So face front, True Believers! Into the best decade of comic books!

And now, MY golden age of Marvel Comics: THE EIGHTIES!

The last half of the seventies were somewhat tough to get through, but I’m putting on my sunglasses because the future is looking bright! Dark Phoenix, Days of Future Past, Cap for President, Roger Stern on Spider-Man and Avengers, Frank Miller on Daredevil, Epic Comics, Byrne on Fantastic Four, GROO THE WANDERER, Walt Simonson on Thor, Rom Spaceknight, Claremont’s X-Universe, Peter Porker Spider-Ham, G.I. Joe….and that’s just a few highlights from the first half!

So face front, True Believers! Into the best decade of comic books!

Didn’t Spider-Man own a car once?

Marvel Team-Up #88, December 1979
Sal Buscema, Eduardo Barreto,
and Chris Claremont

Didn’t Spider-Man own a car once?

Marvel Team-Up #88, December 1979
Sal Buscema, Eduardo Barreto,
and Chris Claremont

A funkier side of Stephen Strange.

Doctor Strange #38, December 1979
Gene Colan, Dan Green,
and Chris Claremont

A funkier side of Stephen Strange.

Doctor Strange #38, December 1979
Gene Colan, Dan Green,
and Chris Claremont

Starfleet Assemble!

Starfleet Assemble!

Colossus triumphs over Proteus.

Uncanny X-Men #128, December 1979
John Byrne, Terry Austin,
and Chris Claremont

Colossus triumphs over Proteus.

Uncanny X-Men #128, December 1979
John Byrne, Terry Austin,
and Chris Claremont