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Comic books in 'Citizen Kang'

  • Issue #1
    Generation X (1994) 1
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    • Paper: White
    • Label #2075006022

    Chromium cover. Scott Lobdell script. Chris Bachalo art. Mark Buckingham inks. This issue kicks off a brand new generation of X-Men: Husk, Jubilee, M, Chamber, Skin, Penance, Synch, and Mondo led by Banshee and White Queen. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #11
    Captain America (1968 1st Series) Annual 11
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Scuffing on back of case
    • Label #2082417006

    "An Epic Adventure" Part 1 of the Citizen Kang storyline. Guest-starring Gilgamesh. Script by Roy Thomas. Pencils by Larry Alexander. Inks by Kathryn Bolinger. Cover by Dan Panosian. Captain America visits the small town of Timely, Wisconsin in search of his fellow avenger the Vision. While investigating a local manufacturing plant, the star-spangled avenger somehow stumbles back in time! Where is Cap? Or perhaps the better question…when is Cap? Strangely enough, the Living Legend emerges around the year 2700 B.C. in the middle of the Epic of Gilgamesh! And of course bumps into…Gilgamesh himself! Is this Gilgamesh the same one that will eventually become an avenger? The shield-slinger isn't sure until he meets a young brunette girl named Sersi! Then Cap realizes that he's back in the early days of the Eternals. That's good to know, but where do Captain America and the young Sersi go from here? Story continues in Thor Annual 17. Cameo appearances by Doctor Druid, Nebula (aka Ravonna), Kang, and the Vision. Second feature: "Captain America's Top 10 Villains" Script by George Caragonne. Art by Larry Alexander. While dining together at a Manhattan restaurant, the Living Legend tells Diamondback about his greatest foes through the years. Third feature: "Captain America's Shield" Script and Art by Eliot Brown. Fourth feature: "Captain America's Jet Freedom's Flight" Script and Art by Eliot Brown. Fifth story: "Test Flight" Guest-starring the Falcon. Script by Mark Gruenwald. Plot and pencils by James Brock. Inks by Charles Barnett. After one of his young acquaintances gets into trouble with the Taskmaster, Sam Wilson gets a chance to test his new uniform and weaponry against the Taskmaster himself! Sixth story: "Birth of a Warlord" Part 1 of 4. Script by Peter Sanderson. Pencils by Rich Yanizeski. Inks by Fred Fredericks. For posterity's sake, Kang the Conqueror records his memoirs and takes a walk down memory lane. Flashback cameos by the Avengers, Fantastic Four, Doctor Doom, and Pharaoh Rama-Tut. (Note: Splash page art by Mark Pacella and Dan Panosian.) 64 pages Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #17
    Thor (1962-1996 1st Series) Annual 17
    Published 1992 by Marvel.

    "Citizen Kang" part 2, "The Hammer, the Cross--and the Eye." Script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Geof Isherwood, inks by Fred Fredericks. Avengers cameo. "The Ten Most Heinous Enemies of the Mighty Thor." Script by George Caragonne, pencils by Kirk Jarvinen, inks by Brad Vancata. Hogun, Fandral, and Volstagg star in "Looking for Trouble." Script by John Lewandowski, pencils by Kevin Kobasic, inks by Bud LaRosa. Kang the Conqueror and the Avengers star in "Paradise Lost." Script by Peter Sanderson, pencils by Rich Yanizeski, inks by Fredericks. Cameos by Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four. Pin-ups by Tom Raney (Thor/Ulik) and Dan Panosian (Thor Corps). Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #25
    Fantastic Four (1961 1st Series) Annual 25

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    The Avengers guest star in Citizen Kang part 3, "Twice Upon a Time." Script by Mark Gruenwald, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Brad Vancata. The Thing takes center stage in "This Monster!" Script by Tom DeFalco, art by Kirk Jarvinen. Moondragon and Mantis star in "Duel of Pride!" Script by Sonja Ratcliffe, pencils by Trimpe, inks by Charles Barnett. Kang the Conqueror stars in "A Hall of Mirrors." Script by Peter Sanderson, pencils by Rich Yanizeski, inks by Ray Kryssing. Brief appearances by Spider-Man, the Hulk, the Inhumans, and Sub-Mariner. "The Top Ten Villains of the Fantastic Four." Text by George Caragonne, art by Larry Alexander. Pin-ups by Trimpe, Karl Alstaetter, and Jarvinen/Terry Austin. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #21
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) Annual 21
    Published 1992 by Marvel.

    "Kang's World" Part 4 of the Citizen Kang storyline. Guest-starring the Fantastic Four. Script by Mark Gruenwald. Pencils by Herb Trimpe. Inks by Charles Barnett and Brad Vancata. Cover by Dan Panosian. Story continues from Fantastic Four Annual 25. In Timely, Wisconsin (the secret portal to Chronopolis), the Fantastic Four and Earth's Mightiest Heroes come face-to-face with the Anachronauts! Kang's powerful warriors that have been plucked from various time streams to defeat the combined might of nine 20th century super-heroes! During the timeless clash, Mr. Fantastic realizes that the best strategy is to let the Anachronauts win! That's definitely a new tactic! As expected the Anachronauts prevail and then proceed to haul the FF and the Avengers before the Conqueror! Once Kang encases the heroes in a hypercube, the Master of Time's conquest appears complete! But in the land where time stands still, a traitor arrives just in time! Ravonna (now calling herself Terminatrix) attacks Kang! And suddenly Chronopolis turns into chaos! With Terminatrix' timely diversion, will the Avengers finally close down Kang's time-consuming conquest? Flashback cameo by the Grandmaster. Avengers Lineup: Black Knight, Captain America, Crystal, Doctor Druid, Hercules, Sersi, Thor, and the Vision. Second feature: "The Anachronauts" One-page pin-up by Dan Panosian. Third feature: "Chronopolis" Concept by Mark Gruenwald. Pencils by Herb Trimpe. Inks by Charles Barnett. Two-page layout of Chronopolis. Fourth story: "The Avengers' Top Ten Villains" Script by George Caragonne. Art by Karl Altstaetter. The Black Knight walks through the list of the Avengers' top ten foes. Cameo appearance by Captain America. Fifth feature: "Secrets of the Avengers Communicard" Script by Mark Gruenwald. Art by Eliot Brown. Sixth story: "Boy's Night Out!" Script by Scott Benson. Art by Ron Lim (breakdowns) and Dan Panosian (finishes). Hercules and the Black Knight's evening out on the town turns into a learning experience for both of them. Seventh story: "The Puzzle" Part 4 of 4. Script by Peter Sanderson. Pencils by Rich Yanizeski. Inks by Fred Fredericks. Terminatrix tries to make sense of everything she's learned about Kang. Cameo appearance by Immortus. Flashback cameos by the Avengers, Fantastic Four, original Human Torch, and Dr. Phineas T. Horton. (Notes: Splash page art by Mark Pacella and Dan Panosian. The Anachronauts and Terminatrix appear again in Avengers Annual 22. The plot involving Kang and Terminatrix continues in the Avengers Limited Series: The Terminatrix Objective.) 64 pages. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #5B
    Civil War (2006 Marvel) 5B
    Published Nov 2006 by Marvel.

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    Written by Mark Millar. Pencils by Steve McNiven. Cover by Michael Turner. The super-heroes split as the Civil War heats up! Registration has become law, household names have gone rogue and a Marvel legend makes a decision that will change a life forever. Featuring the New Avengers, the Fantastic Four, the Young Avengers and pretty much everybody else! 1 Featuring villains, villains, villains! Sides change and chaos reigns as the evildoers of the Marvel Universe make their presence felt in a new and shocking way! But when the underworld gets involved, can the Punisher be far behind? 1 in 16 Michael Turner Variant Cover. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #2B
    Punisher War Journal (2006-2009 2nd Series) 2B

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    2nd Printing. Written by MATT FRACTION. Pencils and Cover by ARIEL OLIVETTI. CIVIL WAR Tie-In! Hey there, Marvel Universe. He's back. Taking no prisoners. Literally. With Civil War in full throttle mode, Frank Castle decides to take a side. Question is, Does it want him? Makes no difference for the Punisher. He's a soldier and this is war. Get in line or get out of his way. Hope on board this star-studded Civil War tie-in brought to you by rising star Matt Fraction (The Last of the Independents), with eye-popping art by superstar artist Ariel Olivetti (Space Ghost). 32 PGS./Rated T+ ...$2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Avengers Citizen Kang TPB (2010 Marvel) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Captain America (1968-1996 1st Series) Annual #11, Thor (1962-1996) Annual #17, Fantastic Four (1961-1996) Annual #25 AND AVENGERS (1963-1996) ANNUAL #21. Written by ROY THOMAS. Art by LARRY ALEXANDER, GEOF ISHERWOOD and HERB TRIMPE. Cover by DAN PANOSIAN. In the unassuming town of Timely, Wisconsin, the Vision has disappeared, and it's up to the Fantastic Four and the Avengers to save him! But Timely is connected to Kang's city of Chronopolis, which spans the entire history of the Earth and is guarded by the deadliest warrior's of every age, the Anachronauts! Can the Avengers and the Fantastic Four stop battling each other long enough to defeat Kang and the conniving Terminatrix? Guest-starring Gilgamesh and Dr. Druid! Softcover, 232 pages, full color. Cover price $24.99.

  • Issue #1
    Civil War Young Avengers and Runaways (2006) 1

    Written by ZEB WELLS. Penciled by STEFANO CASELLI. Cover by JIM CHEUNG. As the public turns against Marvel's heroes, the gears of Civil War threaten to crush Brian K. Vaughan's Runaways. But when Allan Heinberg's Young Avengers offer their assistance, how can the Runaways believe they're on the same side? Don't miss this Civil War tie-in that promises to have lasting repercussions for both popular teams! 32 PGS./Rated T+ Cover price $2.99.