Comic Books I collect for the thrill of it.
arranged in order of personal
STAR WARS - Marvel
(I have a complete set of the 107
issues which were put out. Some issues were classics - some weren't so great.)
STAR WARS - Dark Horse
Heir to the Empire
Splinter of the Minds Eye
Dark Lords of the Sith
Tales of the Jedi
plus various mini-series.)
I've since stopped collecting Star Wars
comics, because they're getting waaaaaaay out of hand...
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace ruined Star Wars for me.
Doctor Who - Marvel
I've got the Marvel Premiere and the newer
glossy adaptation, as well as Doctor Who Classic Comics and Doctor Who and the Daleks
Roger Zelazny's Amber Series - DC Comics
Good artwork. Great stories.
Unfortunately, DC only adapted the first two Amber Novels and then gave up. Bastards.
OZ - Caliber Comics
15-issue B+W series, plus OZ #0
Scarecrow special issue
Lion special issue
(was there a Tinman issue?)
OZ Freedom Fighters miniseries
Drawn in the style of the
original OZ storybook artwork. Cool, creepy and horrifying; definitely not for kids!
Kilroy Was Here - Caliber Comics
I like the concept of this grim
Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew
The OZ - Wonderland War Trilogy - DC Comics
(This was too good and cool to
Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future
- based on the 80's TV show by Landmark Entertainment Group
HOUSE OF SECRETS - DC Comics
(I only collect #81 and up, because Abel is featured. I
have about 40 issues. No, I don't have the Swamp Thing issue, except in the form of DC
Silver Age Classics reprints.)
The Dreaming - DC Vertigo Comics
(Cain and Abel are back in the
first story "The Goldie Factor". Great stuff! Further issues look promising.
- Movie Adaptations:
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
The Dark Crystal
Jason Goes To Hell
(Dreadstar and Company, G.I. Joe Order of
Battle, Hercules Prince of Power,
The Thing from Another World)
(The Adventures of Spenser Spook, Fafhrd and
the Grey Mouser, Hagar the Horrible, The Last Forest, My School comic adaptation, ROM
Spaceknight - Fabulous 1st Issue, Scooby Doo #1)
Comics I Used to Collect, but gave up...
(Alpha Flight, The Avengers, The Warlord.)
This page of illustrated storytelling was last updated on Sunday, November 26, 2000