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Marvel Vision (1996) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Marvel Vision (1996) 1

    Stan Lee writes of Marvel's 35 years of comic book journeys; article on Marvel Versus DC, with comments from Peter David, Ron Marz and Mark Gruenwald; Dan Jurgens interview; article on the Age of Apocalypse toys; article on Spumco's Comic Book, with comments from John Kricfalusi; Artist Vs. Artist: John Romita, Sr. and John Romita, Jr. draw the same piece of plot; article on the writing process, with comments from Warren Ellis; article on 'The Phoenix Resurrection,' with comments from editor Hank Kanalz; Q & A with Chuck Dixon; Marvel's Silliest Moments: the Spider-Mobile; Q & A with Ron Wagner; The Marvel Chronicles: 1939-1961; Time Slip: The Thing illo by Kelley Jones; article on X-Nation 2099, with comments from Tom Peyer and John Francis Moore; X-Nation character sketches by Humberto Ramos; article on Askani'son, with comments from editor Lisa Patrick, Scott Lobdell, Gene Ha, Jeph Loeb and Andrew Pepoy; Fabian Nicieza describes how to keep the comic book sky from falling every day. Cover by Dan Jurgens and Paul Neary. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #2
    Marvel Vision (1996) 2

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    Article on Wolverine, with quotes from Bob Harras, Larry Hama and Adam Kubert; article on Earthworm Jim: the Comic Book, with comments from Dan Slott; Time Slip: Spider-Man by Mike Allred and Jim Krueger; article on Doom 2099, with comments from Tom Peyer; article on Inner Demons, with comments from Mariano Nicieza and editor Marcus McLaurin; Q & A with Mark Waid; a look at the penciling and inking processes, with comments from Mike Deodato, Jr.; Adam Pollina interview; article on the UltraForce animated series and toys, with comments from Scott Rosenberg; article on New Warriors, with comments from Evan Skolnick; Fabian Nicieza on breaking into writing comics. Cover by Dale Eaglesham and Scott Koblish. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #3
    Marvel Vision (1996) 3

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    Features in this issue include: "Fox Fire, from the Ashes of the Phoenix resurrection, a Star is Born;" "The Marvel Chronicles" chapter two; interview with Ron Lim about Spider-Man 2099; conversation with Scott Lobdell; feature on Amalgam Comics; piece on the Spider-Man Clone Saga; conversation with John Ostrander on the Punisher; Ron Garney interview; "Conan for the '90s" and more. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #4
    Marvel Vision (1996) 4

    Rob Liefeld and Jim Lee discuss their return to Marvel; a look at Fantastic Four 2099, with sketches and art by Matt Ryan; Terry Kavanagh discusses Iron Man; Time Slip: Iron Man illo by Guy Davis; article on Daredevil, with comments from editor James Felder; article on Ghost Rider action figures; article on Spider-Man: Legacy of Evil, with comments from Kurt Busiek and Mark Texeira; article on The Further Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix, with comments from Peter Milligan and John Paul Leon; article on UltraForce's 'Smoke & Bone' storyline, with comments from Warren Ellis, Ian Edginton and Hank Kanalz Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #5
    Marvel Vision (1996) 5
    Published May 1996 by Marvel.

    Article on Thor reaching # 500, and the Avengers hitting #400, with comments from Mark Gruenwald, Mark Waid and William Messner-Loebs; article on the history of Thor and the Avengers; Time Slip: Daredevil illo by Tim Sale; article on Untold Tales of Spider-Man, with comments from Kurt Busiek, Tom Brevoort and Pat Olliffe; Marvel's Silliest Moments: the Hulk eats beans; John Romita, Jr. interview; the X-pencilers share their techniques, with comments from Ian Churchill, Carlos Pacheco, Chris Bachalo, Joe Madureira, Steve Skroce, Adam Kubert and Andy Kubert; John Byrne remembers his first Marvel comic; Beast Files: Genesis. Cover by Mike Deodato, Jr. and Scott Koblish. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #6
    Marvel Vision (1996) 6

    Article on Onslaught, with comments from Bob Harras, Mark Waid, Scott Lobdell and Mark Gruenwald; Bob Harras interview; Q & A with Angel Medina; John Romita, Sr. interview; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Iron Man adds a nose to his face mask; article on X-Factor, with comments from editor Kelly Corvese; editor Ralph Macchio discusses the Spider-Man titles; Mike Wieringo interview; Time Slip: Doctor Doom illo by John Paul Leon; Marvel Chronicles: 1963; Beast Files: Holocaust/Nemesis Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #7
    Marvel Vision (1996) 7

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    Features in this issue include: interviews with Chris Bachalo and Bill Messner-Loebs; historical article on Marvel in 1963; "Spider-Man's Lost Years Found"; piece on writing for Marvel; "Jeph Loeb Remembers his First Marvel Comic"; and more. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #8
    Marvel Vision (1996) 8

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    Article on Marvel's 35th Anniversary, with comments from Stan Lee, Flo Steinberg, Roy Thomas, John Romita, Sr. and John Buscema; Chris Bachalo interview; Marvel's Silliest Moments: the Thing as Blackbeard; Todd DeZago interview; article on becoming a comic book artist; article on Onslaught, with comments from Bob Harras, assistant editor Ben Raab and others; article on Cable, with comments from editor Mark Powers, Ian Churchill and Jeph Loeb; Marvel Chronicles: 1964; article on What If?, with comments from editor Kelly Corvese; article on X-Men/ClanDestine, with comments from Alan Davis and assistant editor Ben Raab; Tim Sale remembers his first Marvel comic; Time Slip: Doctor Strange illo by Dennis Calero. Cover by John Romita, Jr. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #9
    Marvel Vision (1996) 9

    Features in this issue include: special on X-Men/Star Trek crossover; piece on Hulk animated series; historical article on Marvel in 1965; article on XSE (the Xavier School of Enforcement); and more. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #10
    Marvel Vision (1996) 10

    Q & A with Adam Kubert; article on the Mystique/Sabretooth limited series, with comments from editor Kelly Corvese and Jorge Gonzalez; article on inking; Q & A with Joe Madureira; Time Slip: Galactus illo by Scott McDaniel; Q & A with John Byrne; Marvel Chronicles: 1966; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Spider-Man Night Fever; Beast Files: the original X-Men. Cover by Adam Kubert. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #11
    Marvel Vision (1996) 11

    Q & A with Andy Kubert; article on the Hobgoblin's exploits, with comments from Roger Stern, Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz; Marie Javins interview; article on Magneto, with comments from editor Kelly Corvese and Peter Milligan; Time Slip: The Red Skull illo by Vince Evans; article on Silver Surfer, with comments from Mark Gruenwald and George Perez; Joe Sinnott interview; Marvel Chronicles: 1967; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Foggy Nelson as Daredevil; Beast Files: Wolverine/Weapon X; Scott Williams interview. Cover by Andy Kubert and Jesse Delperdang. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #12
    Marvel Vision (1996) 12

    Stan Lee interview; a day in the life of a Marvel intern; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Thor goes evil; Time Slip: Bill Sienkiewicz illo of Thor; Joe Kubert interview; article on the book The Art of John Romita; Beast Files: Professor X/Onslaught; article on the Daredevil/Shi crossover, with comments from Billy Tucci; Q & A with Richard Starkings; article on Code of Honor, with comments from editor Kelly Corvese; Joe Kelly, Ed McGuinness and editor Matt Idelson discuss Deadpool; The Greatest Comics Never Seen: John Romita, Sr.'s alternate cover for What If? #88; article on the Wildstorm revamp of the Fantastic Four, with comments from Brandon Choi. Cover by Mike Wieringo. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #13
    Marvel Vision (1996) 13

    Article on Daredevil/Batman, with comments from Ralph Macchio, Dan Chichester and Scott McDaniel; Beast Files: Operation: Zero Tolerance; article on Gwen Stacy, with comments from John Romita, Sr., Gil Kane, Stan Lee and John Semper; Luke Ross interview; Time Slip: Paul Pope illo of the Mandarin; article on Onslaught, with comments from Bob Harras and editor Mark Powers; Marvel Chronicles: 1968; article on Howard the Duck Holiday Special, with comments from Larry Hama; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Avengers Unglued; Barbara Kesel discusses Ultragirl; article on WildC.A.T.s/X-Men, with comments from Scott Lobdell and Jim Lee. Cover by Scott McDaniel. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #14
    Marvel Vision (1996) 14
    Published Feb 1997 by Marvel.

    Q & A with Carlos Pacheco; Q & A with Art Thibert; Tom Palmer interview; The Greatest Comics Never Seen: Jim Steranko's inks over Jack Kirby for his try-out pages; Silly Moments: Razorback, the first super hero inspired by the C.B. radio craze; article on Thunderbolts, with comments from Kurt Busiek and Tom Brevoort; Time Slip: Silver Surfer illo by Jeff Smith; article on Wolverine and his beginnings, with comments from Len Wein, John Romita, Sr., Sam Kieth, Mark Texeira and Winston Richard; Howard Mackie interview; Beast Files: Colossus; brief interviews with Scott Lobdell, Terry Kavanagh and Chris Bachalo; Marvel Chronicles: 1969; Mark Bagley remembers his first Marvel comic. Cover by Carlos Pacheco and Art Thibert. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #15
    Marvel Vision (1996) 15

    Features in this issue include: articles on Excalibur and Kazar; Incredible Hulk animated series episode guide part one; Steve Skroce interview part one; origin of The Punisher; interviews with Rob Liefeld, Boris Vallejo, and Julie Bell; historical article on Marvel in 1970; and more. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #16
    Marvel Vision (1996) 16

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    Features in this issue include: the return of Amalgam; Incredible Hulk animated series episode guide part two; Cary Nord interview; Steve Skroce interview part two; origin of Moon Knight; "Mark Waid Remembers his First Comic; historical article on Marvel in 1971; and more. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #17
    Marvel Vision (1996) 17

    Brett Booth interview; Q & A with Marvel Art Director Darren Auck; Kurt Busiek, Peter Milligan, John Romita, Jr., Larry Hama, Barbara Kesel, Mark Waid and Val Semeiks comment on the Amalgam line; Scott Hanna interview; John Ostrander discusses Heroes For Hire; The History of Marvel's Horror Comics, Part 1; Time Slip: Phil Hester illo of the Human Torch; a look at Aunt May's history, with comments from Stan Lee and John Romita, Sr.; Marvel's Silliest Moments: the Thing is harassed by the Yancy Street Gang; The Greatest Comics Never Seen: Mark Bagley's pencils from the plot found in The Official Marvel Comics Try-Out Book #1; Beast Files: Dark Beast; article on Blade's journey to the silver screen; Pascual Ferry remembers his first Marvel comic; Marvel Chronicles: 1972. Cover by Brett Booth. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #18
    Marvel Vision (1996) 18
    Published Jun 1997 by Marvel.

    Adam Kubert and Mark Farmer discuss the Incredible Hulk; Q & A with Al Milgrom; Q & A with Kelly Corvese; Tim Townsend interview; Ryan Benjamin interview; The History of Marvel's Horror Comics, Part 2; Time Slip: Black Panther illo by Tommy Lee Edwards; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Spider-Man joins forces with the Not-Ready-For-Prime-Time Players for an episode of 'Saturday Night Live' in the pages of Marvel Team-Up #74; Beast Files: Rogue; Frank Teran interview; Marvel Chronicles: 1972. Cover by Adam Kubert. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #19
    Marvel Vision (1996) 19

    Article on Alpha Flight, with comments from editor Jaye Gardner and Steve Seagle; article on Thunderbolts, with comments from editor Tom Brevoort and Kurt Busiek; Gene Colan interview; The History of Marvel's Horror Comics, Part 3; Time Slip: Karnak illo by Steve Yeowell; article on Deathlok, with comments from Doug Moench; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Luke Cage vs. a soda machine; The Greatest Comics Never Seen: the original cover for X-Factor #66 by Whilce Portacio and Jackson Guice; Beast Files: Cable/Nathan Summers-Dayspring/Askani'son; Jorge Gonzalez interview; Larry Hama remembers his first Marvel comic; Q & A with Steve Buccellato; Q & A with George Roussos; Marvel Chronicles: 1973; article on Flashback Month, with comments from Bob Harras, Adam Kubert and Larry Hama. Cover by Scott Clark and Chris Carlson. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #20
    Marvel Vision (1996) 20
    Published Aug 1997 by Marvel.

    Article on Star Trek comics, with comments from Tim Tuohy, Ian Edginton, Bobbie Chase, Mike Martin and Laurie Sutton; article on the Silver Surfer, with comments from J.M. DeMatteis and Ron Garney; article on Crimson Dawn, with comments from editor Matt Idelson and Ben Raab; Larry Lieber interview; Time Slip: Sub-Mariner illo by Cully Hamner; a history of the Spider-Man newspaper strip, with comments from Stan Lee and John Romita, Sr.; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Captain America becomes a star-spangled were-wolf; The Greatest Comics Never Seen: artwork by Jim Fern and Tim Tuohy for Galahad 2099; Beast Files: Apocalypse/En Sabah Nur; article on Maverick, with comments from editor Kelly Corvese and Jorge Gonzalez; Q & A with Chris Eliopoulos; Q & A with Mark Bernardo; Marvel Chronicles: 1973 Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #21
    Marvel Vision (1996) 21

    Article on What If? #100, with comments from editor Kelly Corvese and Klaus Janson; article on Gambit, with comments from editor Kelly Corvese, Howard Mackie and Klaus Janson; John Romita, Sr. interview; Time Slip: X-51, the Machine Man illo by Dave Johnson; Andy Kuhn remembers his first Marvel comic; Marvel's Silliest Moments: the Impossible Man invades the Marvel offices in Fantastic Four #176; The Greatest Pogs Never Seen: pog art by Mike Allred; Beast Files: henchmen; Q & A with Glynis Oliver; Q & A with Steve Bunche; Marvel Chronicles: 1974. Cover by Klaus Janson. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #22
    Marvel Vision (1996) 22
    Published Oct 1997 by Marvel.

    Article on Heroes Return, Fantastic Four and Iron Man, with comments from Peter David, Scott Lobdell and Kurt Busiek; article on the Colossus one-shot, with comments from editor Matt Idelson and Ben Raab; article on Uncanny X-Men #350, with comments from Scott Lobdell, Joe Madureira and Tim Townsend; Joe Kelly interview; Q & A with Jesse Delperdang; Time Slip: Molecule Man illo by Michael T. Gilbert; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Aunt May and Franklin Richards take on Galactus in Marvel Team-Up #137; The Greatest Pogs Never Seen: pog art by Jim Steranko, Scott McDaniel, Steve Rude and Paul Chadwick; Beast Files: Havok; Q & A with Bud LaRosa; Q & A with Wilson Ramos; Marvel Chronicles: 1974 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #23
    Marvel Vision (1996) 23

    Article on The Avengers and Captain America, with comments from Kurt Busiek and Mark Waid; Marie Severin interview; Roy Thomas interview; John Buscema interview; Q & A with Al Williamson; Time Slip: Punisher illo by Frank Teran; Gil Kane interview; Marvel's Silliest Moments: What if Sgt. Fury had fought World War Two in outer space? (from What If? #14); Beast Files: Storm; Neal Adams interview; article on the new Journey Into Mystery, with comments from James Felder, Joe Kelly, Ben Raab and Brian Hagan; Kurt Busiek remembers his first Marvel comic; Marvel Chronicles: 1975 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #24
    Marvel Vision (1996) 24

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    Article on X-Force, with comments from editor Mark Powers, John Francis Moore and Adam Pollina; article on Conan the Usurper, with comments from editor Tim Tuohy and Steve Lieber; article on Star Trek: Unlimited #7, where the Captains of the Enterprise NCC-1701-E and the original NCC-1701 switch ships, with comments from editor Tim Tuohy, Dan Abnett and Ron Randall; article on the supporting casts of the 'Heroes Return' titles, with comments from Mark Waid, Kurt Busiek and Scott Lobdell; Chris Bachalo interview; Time Slip: Ghost Rider illo by Glenn Fabry; article on Moon Knight, with comments from Doug Moench and Tommy Lee Edwards; Marvel's Silliest Moments: the Thing plays a dangerous video game in Marvel Two-In-One #98; Beast Files: Nightcrawler; J.M. DeMatteis interview; Q & A with Suzanne Gaffney Beason; article on Venom: Finale, with comments from editor Tom Brevoort and Larry Hama; article on Ghost Rider, with comments from editor Tom Brevoort, Ivan Velez, Jr. and Javier Saltares; Q & A with Janice Chiang; Marvel Chronicles: 1975. Cover by Tommy Lee Edwards. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #25
    Marvel Vision (1996) 25
    Published Jan 1998 by Marvel.

    Q & A with Steven Seagle; Q & A with Ralph Macchio; Tom DeFalco interview; Time Slip: Captain Britain illo by Matt Smith; a look at the history of the Silver Surfer, with comments from Stan Lee; Marvel's Silliest Moments: membership madness in The Defenders #62-64; Q & A with Bobbie Chase; Beast Files: Juggernaut; Q & A with John Ostrander; article on Marvel's sidekicks and supporting characters; The Greatest Comics Never Seen: Jack Kirby art for The Prisoner; Bob Harras interview; article on Star Trek: The Untold Voyages, with comments from Glenn Greenberg and Mike Collins; article on Kitty Pryde: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., with comments from editor Bobbie Chase and Larry Hama; Marvel Chronicles: 1975; Q & A with Tom Tataranowicz. Cover by Chris Bachalo and Tim Townsend. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #26
    Marvel Vision (1996) 26

    Article on Star Trek: The Next Generation/X-Men, with comments from editor Tim Tuohy and Dan Abnett; article on Conspiracy, with comments from editor Kelly Corvese and Dan Abnett; George Tuska interview; Q & A with Jesse Falcon; Pat Olliffe interview; Time Slip: Dire Wraiths illo by Derec Aucoin; Q & A with Matt Idelson; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Spider-Man is stranded in the suburbs in Amazing Spider-Man #267; Beast Files: Quicksilver; a look at the history of She-Hulk; The Greatest Comics Never Seen: Larry Lieber pencils from The Manhattan Project (starring Spider-Man); Q & A with Mike Wieringo; Marvel Chronicles: 1976. Cover by Cary Nord and Scott Koblish. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #27
    Marvel Vision (1996) 27

    Article on Deadpool, with comments from Joe Kelly and Walter McDaniel; Tom Peyer interview; Q & A with Lovern Kindzierski; article on Excalibur, with comments from Ben Raab; Time Slip: Vision illo by Darren Auck; Q & A with Shirrel Rhoades; Sal Buscema interview; Marvel's Silliest Moments: Hulk vs. Santa Claus in The Incredible Hulk #378; Beast Files: Captain America; article on the history of Man-Thing; The Greatest Comics Never Seen: Andrew Currie/Bryan Hitch art for Captain Britain series; article on the all-Klingonese Star Trek: Starfleet Academy #18, with comments from editor Bobbie Chase, Chris Cooper and Chris Renaud; article on Thunderbolts, with comments from editor Tom Brevoort and Kurt Busiek; Marvel Chronicles: 1976 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #28
    Marvel Vision (1996) 28
    Published Apr 1998 by Marvel.

    Article on the series Marvel Universe, with comments from editor Tom Brevoort and Roger Stern; Marv Wolfman interview; Q & A with Mark Morales; Tom Brevoort interview; Time Slip: Quicksilver illo by Vince Giarrano; Q & A with Robbie Carosella; article on Blade, with comments from Don McGregor and Brian Hagan; Marvel's Silliest Moments: the Frightful Four hold membership auditions in Fantastic Four #177; Beast Files: the Hulk; a look at the history of Galactus; The Greatest Comics Never Seen: Jack Kirby art for a Fantastic Four poster, and the unused cover for Nightmask #1 by Tony Salmons and John Romita, Jr.; Q & A with Steven Seagle; Gerry Conway interview; Amazing Spider-Man word search; Marvel Chronicles: 1976 Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #29
    Marvel Vision (1996) 29
    Published May 1998 by Marvel.

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    Thor cover with Dan Jurgens interview. Also: Chris Claremont and Len Wein, X-Men and Alpha Flight. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #30
    Marvel Vision (1996) 30

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    Final issue. Article on Micronauts, with comments from Shon C. Bury, Cary Nord, Joe Casey and Steven Seagle; Peter David interview; Q & A with Millie Shuriff; article on Cable/Machine Man '98 and Machine Man/Bastion '98, with comments from Michael Higgins and Karl Bollers; a look at the 5 most significant resurrections in the Marvel Universe; Time Slip: Fantastic Four illo by Dan Jurgens and Brett Breeding; a look at the history of Johnny Storm, the Human Torch; Marvel's Silliest Moments: smashing the front window at Josie's in the pages of Daredevil; Beast Files: Fantastic Four; Q & A with Tommy Lee Edwards; The Greatest Comics Never Seen: Barry Windsor-Smith art for the projects Ben Grimm and The Hulk: Thanksgiving; article on Cable, with comments from Joe Casey; Mark Waid interview; article on The Punisher: A Man Named Frank, with comments from Chuck Dixon; article on Joe Maneely, Reed Crandall and Bill Everett; Marvel Chronicles: 1977; final page 'The Office' strip by Chris Eliopoulos Cover price $1.99.