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The original doomsday! The Marvel Universe attends the funeral for Captain Marvel - how Ellis Island Americanized the Kree military captain Mar-Vell - after breathing in a full canister of nerve gas. From the graphic novel by Jim Starlin.

Sienkiewicz - The Wolverine

I like the grit in this work. I like it for my story, but I don't see this finish often in published GN/Comics. — Sienkiewicz - The Wolverine

Marvel Comics of the 1980s: 1990 - Unpublished Excalibur Graphic Novel

Marvel Comics of the 1990 - Unpublished Excalibur Graphic Novel. I LOVED Excalibur. The writing of Chris Claremont and the art of Mark Bagley can't be beaten.

Simon Bisley. Check out Pete's review of Andy Schmidt's The Insider’s Guide To Creating Comics and Graphic Novels here: http://chaptersandscenes.wordpress.com/2014/03/16/pete-reviews-the-insiders-guide-to-creating-comics-and-graphic-novels/

Marv from Sin City by Simon Bisley. You definitely don't see much non-Miller Sin City art and that's just a shame.

One of the most underated comic book heroes! Contrary to popular belief, Moon Knight is not a Batman copy.

Moon Knight (Marc Spector) - Marvel Universe Wiki: The definitive online source for Marvel super hero bios.

If you could only read one Marvel graphic novel, Infinity Gauntlet is definitely the right choice. Written by Jim Starlin, it puts Thanos front and center as a major villain in the Marvel Universe. Ha

Infinity Gauntlet

Bernie Wrightson's edition of Frankenstein was first published in 1983 under the Marvel imprint, and then again in 1994 under an actual novel-book imprint,

“ Bernie Wrightson Illustrations of Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” ” I felt so terribly in love with this illustrations, they render the novel beautifully.