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Comic books in 'Atlantis Attacks'

  • Issue #2
    Silver Surfer (1987 2nd Series) Annual 2

    Atlantis Attacks. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #10
    Iron Man (1968 1st Series) Annual 10

    "Two if by Sea" Guest-starring the Sub-Mariner. Chapter 2 of the Atlantis Attacks storyline. Story by David Michelinie. Art by Paul Smith and Mike Gustovich. Cover by Bob Layton. Ghaur and Llyra recruit Attuma to their evil plan to resurrect the Serpent god. Meanwhile, Iron Man and the Sub-mariner battle Hydra and Attuma's forces at the Panama Canal. First back up story: "Can You Top This?" Story by David Wohl. Art by Gene Colan, John Byrne, and Keith Pollard. Villains from the past reflect on their favorite battles against Iron Man. Second back up story: "There Are No Wire Hangers Underwater!" Story by Fabian Nicieza. Art by Don Perlin and Don Ald. The Atlantean warrior, Andromeda, confronts Attuma. Third back up story: "The Saga of the Serpent Crown: Blood Feud" Story by Peter Sanderson. Art by Mark Bagley and Keith Williams. (Notes: The Atlantis Attacks saga continues in Uncanny X-men Annual 13. This annual contains a 7-page Iron Man art portfolio by Jackson Guice and Bob Layton.) 64 pages Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #26
    Marvel Comics Presents (1988) 26

    Cover art by Paul Gulacy. Pharaoh's Legacy Part 3: A Heart On Fire starring Havok, script by Howard Mackie, pencils by Rich Buckler, inks by Joe Rubinstein. Panther's Quest Part 14: Somebody's Going to Pay starring The Black Panther, script by Don McGregor, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Tom Palmer. Rise and Shine Part 1: New York starring Coldblood, script by Doug Moench, art by Paul Gulacy. Splashdown starring The Hulk, script by Peter David, pencils by Jeff Purves, inks by Mike deCarlo. Back cover art by Gulacy. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #13
    Uncanny X-Men (1963 1st Series) Annual 13

    Atlantis Attacks tie-in "Double Cross" Script by Terry Austin, art by Mike Vosburg. Story continued in Amazing Spider-Man Annual 23. "Jubilation Day" Jubilee back-up story. Script by Sally Pashkow, pencils by Jim Fern, inks by Joe Rubinstein. Saga of the Serpent Crown chapter 3, "Serpent in the Garden" Script by Peter Sanderson, pencils by Mark Bagley, inks by Keith Williams. Cameo by Robert E. Howard's King Kull. Story continued in Amazing Spider-Man Annual 23 (not 24, as listed). Vosburg/Austin cover. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #23
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) Annual 23
    • Signed by artist Rob Liefeld with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    "Abominations!" Guest-starring She-Hulk. Part 4 of the Atlantis Attacks storyline. Plot by Gerry Conway. Script by David Michelinie. Pencils by Rob Liefeld. Inks by Tim Dzon, James Brock, Vince Mielcarek, and Keith Williams. Cover by John Byrne. Lord Ghaur, Llyra, and Tyrannus descend on Manhattan for the next phase of their diabolical plot to subjugate the Earth! Their plan to create death and destruction is simple: unleash the deranged Abomination on the helpless citizens of New York City! Fortunately though, two super-heroes close by hear the ruckus and answer the call for help! Spider-Man and She-Hulk! Wow, can they stop one of the Hulk's greatest foes? On the east side waterfront, the web-slinger and She-Hulk throw down with determination against the Abomination! Katie bar the door! The Atlantis Attacks storyline continues in Punisher Annual 2. Cameo appearances by Mary Jane Watson, Flash Thompson, Aunt May, Lance Bannon, Clark Kent, J. Jonah Jameson, the Viper, and the Kingpin. First backup story: Re-telling of Spider-Man's origin in "My Science Project." Script by Gerry Conway. Pencils by Mark Bagley. Inks by Mike Esposito. Second backup story: "Standards of Behavior" Script by Gerry Conway. Pencils by Richard Rockwell. Inks by Andy Mushynsky and Don Hudson. Aunt May tangles with sleazy photographer Nick Katzenberg. Third backup story: "Cataclysm" Story by Peter Sanderson. Pencils by Mark Bagley. Inks by Keith Williams. Chapter 4 of the Saga of the Serpent Crown. First backup feature: "Spider-Man's Uncanny Spider-Sense" Script by Tom DeFalco. Pencils by Ron Frenz. Inks by Chris Ivy. 3-page illustration of how the web-slinger's spider-sense works. Second backup feature: "Spider-Man's Top 30 Villain Countdown! Script and art by Fred Hembeck. Third backup feature: "Spider-Man versus J.J.J.! Script and art by Fred Hembeck. 3-page illustration of the long-running feud between the wall-crawler and J. Jonah Jameson. 64 pages. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #2
    Punisher (1987 2nd Series) Annual 2

    Atlantis Attacks Tie-In – "Knight Fight!" Guest-starring Moon Knight. Story by Mike Baron. Art by Bill Reinhold. Frank Castle teams up with Marc Spector to take down Viper and her mysterious snake men. But when the Punisher gets infected with a virus that turns a human being into a cold-blooded killer, things get complicated. Then in "Dark Seeker!" Story by Roger Salick. Art by Tod Smith and John Beatty. When Microchip visits his favorite restaurant he soon finds himself in the middle of a hostage situation. Then in "Punishers Fighting Techniques!" Story by Roger Salick. Art by Jim Lee and Scott Williams. Frank and Microchip demonstrate why the Punisher is just a lethal unarmed as he is armed. Finally, in Saga of the Serpent Crown: Part 6 "Heirs Apparent!" Story by Peter Sanderson. Art by Mark Bagley and Keith Williams. The enigmatic Watcher continues to tell the tale of the notorious artifact – the Serpent Crown. 64 pages, FC. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #9
    Spectacular Spider-Man (1976 1st Series) Annual 9

    Atlantis Attacks; Cloak and Dagger. "The Serpent in the Shadow" Guest-starring Cloak and Dagger. Part 6 of the Atlantis Attacks storyline. Story by Gerry Conway. Art by Dave Ross, Andy Mushynsky, and Mike Gustovich. Cover by Alex Saviuk. A mysterious Dr. Tyrone is using a secret serum to miraculously cure drug addicts of their addictions. It sounds too good to be true, so Cloak and Dagger and Spider-Man investigate! Who is Dr. Tyrone and why does he want Cloak and Dagger? The Atlantis Attacks storyline continues in Daredevil Annual 5. First back up story: "Free Fall" Story by Glenn Herdling. Art by Scott McDaniel and Chris Ivy. After an accident at his construction site, Hobie Brown designs a new safety glider for his coworkers. However, when Hammer Industries gets a hold of the design, the Prowler must go into action! Second back up story: "The 25 Most Important Women In My Life" Story and Art by Fred Hembeck. A 3-page feature on the women in Peter Parker's life through the years. Third back up story: "Sweet Revenge" Story by Gerry Conway. Art by Dan Jurgens and Mark McKenna. On her birthday Mary Jane confronts Jonathon Caesar in her own special way. Fourth back up story: "The Saga of the Serpent Crown: Chapter Six Golden Serpent" Story by Peter Sanderson. Art by Mark Bagley and Bob Lewis. The history of the serpent crown continues as Naga, the Emperor of Lemuria, acquires the crown. 64 pages Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #4B
    Daredevil (1964 1st Series) Annual 4B
    • Signed by artist Jim Lee (splash) with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    NOTE: The issue number is a mistake; this is really the fifth annual in the series. Ron Frenz/Joe Sinnott cover.Atlantis Attacks. Spider-Man and Doctor Strange guest star in "A Friend in Need." Script by Gerry Conway, pencils by Mark Bagley, inks by Sam DeLaRosa. Cameos by Moon Knight and the Punisher. "Role Reversal." Script by Gregory Wright, pencils by Jim Lee, inks by Kim DeMulder. "The Rescue." Script by Wright, pencils by John Romita Jr., inks by Klaus Janson. Ben Urich stars in "The Redeemed and the Condemned." Script by Wright, pencils by Whilce Portacio, inks by Al Milgrom. "Saga of the Serpent Crown Chapter 7: The Rebel." Script by Peter Sanderson, pencils by Bagley, inks by Keith Williams. Two-page feature, "Super Senses Comparisons." Text by Sanderson, pencils by Bagley, inks by Vince Mielcarek. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #18
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) Annual 18

    "Avengers Assembled" Part 8 of the Atlantis Attacks storyline. Guest-starring the Fantastic Four and the Hulk. Script by Michael Higgins. Pencils by Ron Wilson. Inks by Mike Gustovich. Cover by John Byrne. Story continues from Daredevil Annual 5. Lord Ghaur and Llyra have succeeded in resurrecting Lord Set and the Serpent Crown! And now it's time for the next step in their diabolical plan! An all-out attack on the surface world by the legions of Atlantis! Attuma, the ruler of Atlantis, send his armies to attack four military bases on the east coast of the United States! But an awesome collection of super-heroes stands ready to oppose Attuma and his Atlantean hordes! First, the Black Panther, Invisible Woman, Mr. Fantastic, and She-Hulk battle Lord Arno and Orka on Long Island! Second, the Hulk, Scarlet Witch, Human Torch, Sersi, and Wonder Man attack Tyrak in Virginia! Third, the Black Widow, Wasp, Hawkeye, Hank Pym, Tigra, and Thor clash with U-Man and his forces at Fort Hamilton! And in the final engagement, Captain America, Captain Marvel, Iron Man, Mockingbird, and the Vision fight Warlord Krang and his oceanic invaders at Cape Canaveral! Thanks to great teamwork, four battles equal four victories for the Avengers and their friends! So does this mean the threat of the Serpent Crown is over? Or have the Avengers inadvertently done exactly what Lord Ghaur and Llyra wanted them to? Story continues in New Mutants Annual 5. Cameo appearances by the Sub-Mariner, Moondragon, Rick Jones, Viper, and the Thing. First backup story: "The Initiation of Quasar" Guest-starring Firelord. Script by Mark Gruenwald. Pencils by Mark Bagley. Inks by Chris Ivy. Story continues from Avengers 303. After the defeat of Super-Nova, the shield-slinger offers Quasar membership into the Avengers. During his tryout Quasar gets into an impromptu fight with Firelord. Cameo appearance by the Fantastic Four. Second backup story: "Cap's Avengerability Analysis" Script by Fabian Nicieza. Art by Paul Ryan, Mark Bright, Kieron Dwyer, Don Hudson, Kevin Maguire, Chris Ivy, and Lee Weeks. The star-spangled avenger reviews the pluses and minuses of his long-time teammates. Third backup story: "Manifest Destiny" Script by Peter Sanderson. Pencils by Mark Bagley. Inks by Keith Williams. The 8th chapter of the history of the Serpent Crown recaps how Paul Destine found the crown and subsequently fought Prince Namor in Sub-Mariner (1st series) 7. (Note: What If (2nd series) 25 explores an alternate reality in which Lord Set triumphed over the heroes in Atlantis Attacks.) 64 pages Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #76
    New Mutants (1983 1st Series) 76

    Atlantis Attacks tie-in. Cover pencils by Rich Buckler, inks by Bob McLeod. Splash!, script by Louise Simonson, pencils by Rich Buckler, inks by Tom Palmer; The New Mutants, in search of a home, go to X-Factor's Ship; the X-Terminators find a horn at the bottom of the ocean and blow it; Ship is attacked by an octopus; Sub-Mariner and New Mutants help restore order; X-Factor invites the New Mutants to stay. 36 pgs. $1.00. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #5
    New Mutants (1983 1st Series) Annual 5

    Atlantis Attacks crossover: "Here Be Monsters." Script by Louise Simonson, pencils by Rob Liefeld (1st art on New Mutants), inks by Tim Dzon. Also in this issue: Boom-Boom stars in "A Case of the Cutes." Script by Judith Kurzer Bogdanove, pencils by Jon Bogdanove, inks by Hilary Barta. Cameos by Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, Captain America, Daredevil, Doctor Doom, the Sub-Mariner, Doctor Octopus, the Hulk, Wolverine, Punisher. The Sub-Mariner stars in "Saga of the Serpent Crown: Crowded Heads." Script by Peter Sanderson, pencils by Mark Bagley, inks by Keith Williams. Thing appearance. 4 pin-ups by Liefeld (2 inked by Joe Rubinstein). Liefeld/Dzon cover. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #4
    X-Factor (1986 1st Series) Annual 4

    Atlantis Attacks crossover: "I Must Go Down to the Sea Again." Script and pencils by John Byrne, inks by Walt Simonson. Also in this issue: Doctor Doom and Magneto star in "That I Be Bound in a Nutshell." Script by Ralph Macchio, art by Byrne. Cameos by the Fantastic Four and Mephisto. "Inferno Aftermath." Script by Mark Gruenwald, pencils by Jim Fern, inks by Joe Rubinstain. The Sub-Mariner stars in "Saga of the Serpent Crown part 10: Emperor of Death." Script by Peter Sanderson, pencils by Mark Bagley, inks by Keith Williams. 2-page pin-up by Jon Bogdanove/Al Milgrom. Byrne cover. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #5
    Web of Spider-Man (1985 1st Series) Annual 5

    Atlantis Attacks. Fantastic Four, Silver Sable; Steve Ditko, Fred Hembeck art. "War Zone: New York" Guest-starring the Fantastic Four. Part 11 of the Atlantis Attacks storyline. Story by Gerry Conway. Art by Javier Salteres and Randy Emberlin. Cover by Alex Saviuk. The Atlantean Army attacks lower Manhattan! Can Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four repel the invaders and the megasaur? It's the forces of Attuma, Lord Ghaur, and Llyra versus the web-slinger, Mister Fantastic, the Human Torch, Invisible Woman, Ms. Marvel, and Ben Grimm! Meanwhile, Lord Ghaur is looking for one more bride for Set and his next target is Susan Richards. The Atlantis Attacks storyline continues in Avengers West Coast Annual 4. First back up story: "In a Random Miracle" Story by Gerry Conway. Art by Steve Ditko and Al Milgrom. One of Peter Parker's professors suddenly gains the powers of Captain Universe. Second back up story: "Petey: The Adventures of Peter Parker before he became Spider-Man. Story and Art by Fred Hembeck. Peter, Flash, and Liz Allan visit an ice cream shop. Third back up story: Story and Art by Fred Hembeck. A 3-page look at Spidey's most dubious accessories, friends and foes, and situations. Fourth back up story: "A Mute Prayer for Deaf Ears" Story by Fabian Nicieza. Art by Mark Propst and Andy Mushynsky. Elements of Silver Sable's origin are revealed. Fourth back up story: "The Saga of the Serpent Crown: Chapter Eleven" Story by Peter Sanderson. Art by Mark Bagley and Keith Williams. The history of the serpent crown continues featuring the Viper, Warlord Krang, Nomad, the Squadron Supreme, and the Avengers. 64 pages Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #56
    Avengers West Coast (1985) 56
    Published Mar 1990 by Marvel.

    "Darker than Scarlet..." Guest-starring Magneto and Quicksilver. Story by John Byrne. Art by John Byrne and Paul Ryan. Recent events have pushed Wanda over the edge. Now, she's out to do the unthinkable, the Scarlet Witch will destroy the Avengers. Brought to you by the man who co-wrote the Dark Phoenix Saga. Plus, the back-up story "Reunion." Featuring the first time Captain America and the Golden Age Human Torch have seen each other since their Invaders days during World War II. Guest-starring Iron Man and Sersi. By John Byrne. 32 pages. NOTE: The events in this issue begin a series of events that will eventually lead to the Avengers Disassembled storyline in Avengers (1997 3rd Series) #500-503 and House of M #1-7. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #4
    Avengers West Coast (1986) Annual 4

    Atlantis Attacks crossover. "Gather Now ye Seven Brides!" Story by John Byrne. Art by John Byrne and Terry Austin. The Deviant High Priest Ghaur has gathered the Seven Brides (Storm, She Hulk, Dagger, Scarlet Witch, Gene Grey, Andromeda, and the Invisible Woman) in order to awaken the Serpent god Set. Story continues in Thor (1962-96) Annual #14. "Rate the Hunks." By Mark Gruenwald, Amanda Connor, and Chris Ivy. Wasp and She Hulk vote on "who is the sexiest male Avenger." Includes a solo adventure featuring the U.S. Agent. "The Last Good Soldier." By Mark Gruenwald and Mike Manley. Another solo adventure featuring Firebird. "So what are you going to do After you Conquer the World?" By Fabian Nicieza, Gavin Curtis, and Chris Ivy. And, "Saga of the Serpent Crown: Crisis Management!" Featuring the Squadron Supreme. By Peter Sanderson, Mark Bagely, and Keith Williams. 64 pages. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #14
    Thor (1962-1996 1st Series) Annual 14

    Atlantis Attacks crossover. Doctor Strange, Thing (of the Fantastic Four), and Quasar guest star in "Set Ascending." Script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Al Milgrom, inks by Don Heck.Brief Avengers appearance. "God's Hope." Script by Bob Layton, art by Ernie Chan. Balder, Hela, and Karnilla star in "Balder Agonistes." Script by Ralph Macchio, art by Bo Hampton. Loki stars in "Thy Neighbor's Wife." Script by Randall Frenz, pencils by Jim Valentino, inks by Gary Martin. The Thing, the Scarlet Witch, and Stingray star in "Saga of the Serpent Crown: Congress of Crowns" (Chapter 13). Script by Peter Sanderson, pencils by Mark Bagley, inks by Keith Williams. This issue also features a 2-page "Relative Strengths Comparison" of Asgardian characters (and Galactus). Ron Frenz/Joe Sinnott cover. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #22
    Fantastic Four (1961 1st Series) Annual 22

    "For Crown and Conquest!" Guest-starring the Avengers, Doctor Strange, and the Sub-Mariner. Part 14 of the Atlantis Attacks storyline. Script by Roy Thomas. Pencils by Rich Buckler. Inks by Tony DeZuniga. Cover by Ron Frenz and Joe Sinnott. In the dark depths of the Pacific Ocean, the battle lines have been drawn for the final showdown against Lord Ghaur and Llyra! No less than 22 superheroes invade Lord Ghaur's underwater base to rescue the seven brides of Set and save the world! Will the combined power of the Fantastic Four, Doctor Strange, Prince Namor, and the Avengers be enough? Cameo appearances by Namorita, Andromeda, Dagger, Marvel Girl, the Scarlet Witch, She-Hulk, and Storm. First back up story: "Savior of the Lost Artifacts" Script by Mark Gruenwald. Pencils by Tom Morgan. Inks by Mike DeCarlo. The FF celebrates the grand opening of Four Freedoms Plaza! And with help from the Watcher, Reed and Sue recover some of their lost memorabilia. Cameo appearances by Crystal and Lockjaw. Second back up story: "Mission: Impossible Man" Script by Greg Wright. Art by Hilary Barta. The Impossible Man pesters Stan Lee and the Fantastic Four in Hollywood. Cameo appearance by Wonder Man. Third back up story: "From the Journals of Doctor Doom" Script by Peter Sanderson. Pencils by Ron Lim. Inks by Mike DeCarlo. Dr. Doom compares himself to the Mad Thinker, Mole Man, Wizard, and Kang the Conqueror. Fourth back up story: "Game, Set, and Match" Script by Peter Sanderson. Pencils by Mark Bagley. Inks by Keith Williams. The 14th chapter in the history of the Serpent Crown. The Watcher recounts the events of Marvel Team-Up Annual 5 when Spider-Man, Quasar, Doctor Strange, the Scarlet Witch, and the Thing battled the serpent crown inside Project Pegasus! 64 pages Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #1A-1ST
    Atlantis Attacks Omnibus HC (2011 Marvel) 1A-1ST

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    MIKE MAYHEW Cover - 1st printing. Collects Silver Surfer Annual (1987-1998) 2, Iron Man Annual (1968-1996) #10, Marvel Comics Presents (1988-1995 1st Series) #26, Uncanny X-Men Annual (1963-2001) #13, Amazing Spider-Man Annual (1963-1998) #23, Punisher Annual (1987-1994) #2, Spectacular Spider-Man Annual (1976-1998 1st Series) #9, Daredevil Annual (1964-1998 1st Series) #4B (mis-numbered #5 Annual), Avengers Annual (1963-1996) #18, New Mutants (1983-1991 1st Series) #76, New Mutants Annual (1983-1991) #5, X-Factor Annual (1986-1998 1st Series) #4, Web of Spider-Man Annual (1985-1994) #5, Avengers West Coast (1985-1994) #56, Avengers West Coast Annual (1986-1993) #4, Thor Annual (1962-1996) #14 and Fantastic Four Annual (1961-1996) #22.

    Cover by MIKE MAYHEW.

    Evil undersea monarchs Ghaur and Llyra are determined to bring the elder god Set to Earth, and no one on the surface world will stop them! Seven mortal women-including the Invisible Women, She-Hulk and Marvel Girl-have been selected to act as the brides of Set's snake heads, and the ensuing conflict will spread to nearly every hero on Earth, from the Avengers to Quasar to the Punisher to the X-Men to the Fantastic Four! Can the heroes stop this terrible plot in time? Plus: the complex history of the Serpent Crown, recounted in full!

    Hardcover, 7 1/2-in. x 11-in., 544 pages, full color. Cover price $75.00.

  • Issue #1B-1ST
    Atlantis Attacks Omnibus HC (2011 Marvel) 1B-1ST

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    BOB LAYTON Cover - 1st printing. Collects Silver Surfer Annual (1987-1998) 2, Iron Man Annual (1968-1996) #10, Marvel Comics Presents (1988-1995 1st Series) #26, Uncanny X-Men Annual (1963-2001) #13, Amazing Spider-Man Annual (1963-1998) #23, Punisher Annual (1987-1994) #2, Spectacular Spider-Man Annual (1976-1998 1st Series) #9, Daredevil Annual (1964-1998 1st Series) #4B (mis-numbered #5 Annual), Avengers Annual (1963-1996) #18, New Mutants (1983-1991 1st Series) #76, New Mutants Annual (1983-1991) #5, X-Factor Annual (1986-1998 1st Series) #4, Web of Spider-Man Annual (1985-1994) #5, Avengers West Coast (1985-1994) #56, Avengers West Coast Annual (1986-1993) #4, Thor Annual (1962-1996) #14 and Fantastic Four Annual (1961-1996) #22.

    Cover by BOB LAYTON.

    Evil undersea monarchs Ghaur and Llyra are determined to bring the elder god Set to Earth, and no one on the surface world will stop them! Seven mortal women-including the Invisible Women, She-Hulk and Marvel Girl-have been selected to act as the brides of Set's snake heads, and the ensuing conflict will spread to nearly every hero on Earth, from the Avengers to Quasar to the Punisher to the X-Men to the Fantastic Four! Can the heroes stop this terrible plot in time? Plus: the complex history of the Serpent Crown, recounted in full!

    Hardcover, 7 1/2-in. x 11-in., 544 pages, full color. Cover price $75.00.

  • Issue #25
    What If (1989 2nd Series) 25
    Published May 1991 by Marvel.

    "What If Set Had Come to Earth?" Script by Jim Valentino, pencils by Rik Levins, inks by Ralph Cabrera. This story looks at what would have happened if the heroes had lost Atlantis Attacks. Guest starring just about every Marvel hero. Two 1-page back-ups: "What If the Punisher Were a Herald of Galactus?" by Lazellari and "What If the Human Torch and Iceman Were Partners?" by Witterstaetter/Wilson/Moede. Jim Valentino/Danny Bulanadi cover. Cover price $1.50.