Behold the Man - conclusion last edited by bluezoidberg13 on 11/30/18 08:59PM View full history

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'Behold the Man'


Literary allusions aside, Ted Sallis turns the page in the final chapter to behold ...Man-Thing!


'The Great American Mall Shoot-Out'

Part 2 of 3

Julia Carpenter/Spider-Woman is coming to terms with her choice as a single mother, super heroine, and media star, and she's about to meet one of her biggest fans.


'Old-Time Religion'

Part 1

The Revengers, a street gang that worships Vengeance are heating things up in the South Central streets of L.A.


'Cutting Class'

Part 2 of 2

The Pantheon needs to make sure the Turbo armor is in the right hands.

The artist dedicates this story to Gertrude N. Hoving.


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Don't need to polybag this one. 0

The covers are probably the best thing about this issue - and they're not much to rave about.  The Man-Thing story ends in a confusing morass. I appreciate the attempt that was made to make a cerebral, surreal story, but it just doesn't make much sense in the end.  The highlight is probably the Spider-Woman story, which is a better than average super hero story about the problems of having a public identity - we've seen this before, so it's not really worth seeking out, but it's not a waste of t...

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