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Comic books in 'Nuff Said Silent Issues'

  • Issue #7
    Punisher (2001 6th Series) 7

    Painted cover by Tim Bradstreet. Story and pencils by Steve Dillon. Inks by Jimmy palmiotti. THE SCOOP: A 'Nuff Said silent but deadly saga! THE STORY: Ever wonder what Frank Castle does between the stories told in his series? Acclaimed artist Steve Dillon writes and pencils this quiet look at a few dark days in the life of the Punisher! THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. Printed on glossy stock paper. (MarvelPGplus) Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #123
    X-Force (1991 1st Series) 123

    cover by mike allred peter milligan (W)/mike allred (P) 'Nuff Said! Don't tell Doop, but the X-Force is about to embark on their quietest mission ever! Shhhhh! "Combine Mike Allred's fantastic stylings with Peter Milligan's words and counterculture readers will have a whole new reason to jump on the mutant bandwagon." -The Washington Times 7-59606-01766-9-12311 (MarvelPG)2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #35
    Incredible Hulk (1999 2nd Series) 35

    cover by kaare andrews bruce jones (w)/john romita, jr. (p)/tom palmer (i) ? THE SCOOP: The new era continues as legendary horror comics writer Bruce Jones, penciler John Romita, Jr., inker Tom Palmer, and new cover artist Kaare Andrews bring you a new vision of the most powerful creature ever to walk the Earth! ? THE SKINNY: Dr. Bruce Banner has shouldered the weight on his monstrous alter ego, finding solace in a simple belief -- that whatever destruction the Hulk is capable of -- there's a line the monster will never cross. That's all about to change. When the Hulk is implicated in an unspeakable act, Banner must embark on a harrowing voyage that will force him to confront the deepest truths about himself -- and the beast inside him! ? THE STORY: There are forces far larger than the police on the trail of the fugitive Bruce Banner, and they've just tracked him down to a little roadside diner in the middle of nowhere, intent on bringing him in -- warm or cold. Dare he conjure up the Monster inside him? Or will help come from an even more unlikely place? ? THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. 7-59606-04745-1-03511 (MarvelPG)2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #121
    X-Men (1991 1st Series) 121

    cover by frank quitely grant morrison (W)/frank quitely (P/I) ? THE SCOOP: 'Nuff Said! ? THE STORY: Professor X lies in a coma, on the edge of death! His powerful mutant brain has retreated into itself. In one last ditch attempt to free him from this state, Jean Grey and Emma Frost telepathically journey into the realm of Xavier's mind -- and the horrors they discover can truly not be described! Can the X-Men's founder be saved -- or will Jean and Emma be consumed by his nightmares? Find out in "Silence: Psychic Rescue in Progress"! ? THE BUZZ: "At the end of each issue I find myself truly shocked, wondering what will happen next and dreading the wait. Under Grant Morrison's guidance, NEW X-MEN has become the comic book equivalent of heroin. I can't wait for my next hit." -Cinescape.com ? THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. 7-59606-01772-0-12111 (MarvelPG) 2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #49
    Avengers (1997 3rd Series) 49

    The Kang War: Part 9 of 15 - Cover by Kieron Dwyer. KURT BUSIEK with Kieron Dwyer & Rick Remender (P & I). The unthinkable happens as Kang arrives in Washington DC to wreak retribution for the Avengers' attack on Damocles Base! And when the dust settles, Earth's war against the Conqueror will have entered its final phase! For readers who think nothing important can happen in a silent issue, here's where we show you how wrong you are -- in a story so shattering, it will make you say, "What the heck are they going to do in #50?" ? Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #49
    Iron Man (1998 3rd Series) 49

    cover by MICHAEL RYAN & SEAN PARSONS frank tieri (w)/chris batista (p) Silent Month delivers Iron Man vs. the Titanium Man... in space! At the edge of the atmosphere, a spectre from the past awaits a grim showdown with the armored Avenger -- the dreaded Titanium Man! Whose face is behind his alloyed helmet, what is his mission, and who is responsible for his sudden reappearance? Featuring guest-art by Chris Batista (SPACEKNIGHTS)! 7-59606-04457-5-04911 (MarvelPG) 2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #401
    Uncanny X-Men (1963 1st Series) 401

    cover by ron garney joe casey (W)/ron garney (p)/mark morales (i) ? THE SCOOP: The arrival of new ongoing penciler Ron Garney! Plus it's 'Nuff Said month! ? THE STORY: No dialogue. No sound effects. No Sonic scream. Nevertheless, Banshee is back! The question is, why are his current activities of great concern to the X-Men? What does he have to do with the strange abductions of some familiar X- villains? And if that weren't enough, the newest X-Man's "extracurricular activities" are quickly becoming a distraction, to say the least! All this, and the debut of Ron Garney (JLA: Our Worlds At War) as the title's new artist! ? THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. 7-59606-02461-2-40111 (MarvelPG)2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #50
    Fantastic Four (1998 3rd Series) 50

    cover by barry windsor-smith carlos pacheco, rafael Marin, jeph loeb, & fabian nicieza (w)/tom grummett, carlos pacheco, steve rude, udon (P)/mike royer (i) ? THE SCOOP: A team of titanic talents celebrate the FF's 50th issue with a 64-page extravaganza! 4 new stories for the Fantastic Four! ? THE STORY: In our first fabulous tale -- which is also a 'Nuff Said story -- the team of writers Carlos Pacheco and Rafael Marin and penciler Tom Grummett explore the anniversary of the day the FF first received their cosmic ray-spawned powers, as memories turn to those early days, when our four intrepid adventurers had to come to grips with how their lives had forever changed. Then, Fabian Nicieza and Steve Rude raffle off the Torch and the Thing at a charity bachelor auction! Up next, Udon (X-MEN: EVOLUTION) explores the question of what gift you get for the couple who has everything! And if that's not enough, Pacheco and Jeph Loeb join forces on a tale that illustrates exactly how the Fantastic Four comic makes its way from their minds to your hands every month! The cherry on top? The new cover by Barry Windsor-Smith! ? THE FORMAT: It's a whopping 64-pages (with ads) blockbuster! 7-59606-04456-6-05011 (MarvelPG) 3.99 Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #44
    Thor (1998-2004 2nd Series) 44

    'Nuff Said. "As Lives a Memory...!" Story by Dan Jurgens. Art by Stuart Immonen and Scott Koblish. Painted cover by Ariel Olivetti. In this all silent issue, the mighty Thor is now Lord of Asgard, but it is a somber day indeed. The All-Father, Odin, sacrificed himself in battle against the fire god Surtur in order to save the realms from total destruction. This beautifully illustrated issue shows the toll Odin's death has taken on his subjects and enemies alike and how he affected their lives. But more importantly, the God of Thunder is shown to finally accept his role and takes up his father's crown. Includes the page-by-page script for this unique issue. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #39
    Amazing Spider-Man (1998 2nd Series) 39

    cover by kaare andrews j. michael straczynski (w)/john romita jr. (p)/scott hanna (i) ? THE SCOOP: Okay, Aunt May knows that Peter Parker is Spider-Man... now what?! ? THE STORY: The wall-crawler continues to reel in the aftermath of the startling revelations in issue #35! ? THE BUZZ: "Even Spider-Man needs a good kick in the pants every now and again, and writer J. Michael Straczynski has shown that he's more than willing to slap the web-slinger around!" -Wizard ? THE FORMAT: 32 pages, with ads. 7-59606-04716-1-03911 (MarvelPG)2.25 Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #41
    Spider-Girl (1998) 41

    cover by pat olliffe & al williamson tom defalco (w)/pat olliffe (p)/al williamson (i) 'Nuff Said! While Spider-Girl tries to cope with last issue's startling death of a long-time cast member, the new Spider-Man goes one-on-one with Canis! Plus: Peter Parker finally confronts Normie Osborn! Cover price $2.25.