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  • Issue #151AP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 151AP

    Polybagged, Daredevil cover by Joe Quesada. Last Monkey Standing: Blip vs. Gleek drawn by Frank Cho; Phil Jimenez illo of Captain Carrot and his Amazing Zoo Crew; a report on the Marvel Knights titles Daredevil: Father, Spider-Man, Wolverine, Incredible Hulk and Daredevil; Brad Meltzer shares his thoughts on DC's top characters; Q & A with Howard Chaykin; article on Mark Millar, with comments from the scribe; Q & A with Stan Winston; 7 pages from Firestorm #1; Joss Whedon interview; top 25 greatest comic movie moments of all time; Q & A with Gavin Rossdale on Constantine; Book of the Month: Punisher; Q & A with Billy Tucci; Secret Stash: Couriers 02: Dirtbike Manifesto; Judd Winick checklist; 12 things you didn't know about Superman Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #151BP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 151BP

    Polybagged, Wolverine cover by John Cassaday. Last Monkey Standing: Blip vs. Gleek drawn by Frank Cho; Phil Jimenez illo of Captain Carrot and his Amazing Zoo Crew; a report on the Marvel Knights titles Daredevil: Father, Spider-Man, Wolverine, Incredible Hulk and Daredevil; Brad Meltzer shares his thoughts on DC's top characters; Q & A with Howard Chaykin; article on Mark Millar, with comments from the scribe; Q & A with Stan Winston; 7 pages from Firestorm #1; Joss Whedon interview; top 25 greatest comic movie moments of all time; Q & A with Gavin Rossdale on Constantine; Book of the Month: Punisher; Q & A with Billy Tucci; Secret Stash: Couriers 02: Dirtbike Manifesto; Judd Winick checklist; 12 things you didn't know about Superman Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #152AP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 152AP

    Joe Quesada answers fans' burning questions; the top 10 comrades in comics (including Harley Quinn/Poison Ivy and Booster Gold/Blue Beetle), with Matt Haley illo; Q & A with Rob Van Dam; Alfred Molina writes about playing Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man 2; Catwoman set report, with comments from Halle Berry, Denise Di Novi and Pitof; 5 pages from Astonishing X-Men #1; Dave Cockrum interview; Jimmy Palmiotti and Garth Ennis discuss the Punisher video game; Book of the Month: Outsiders, with comments from Judd Winick; Q & A with Troy Hickman; Secret Stash: Seamonsters & Superheroes; John Cassaday checklist; 14 things you didn't know about the Punisher Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #152BP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 152BP

    Joe Quesada answers fans' burning questions; the top 10 comrades in comics (including Harley Quinn/Poison Ivy and Booster Gold/Blue Beetle), with Matt Haley illo; Q & A with Rob Van Dam; Alfred Molina writes about playing Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man 2; Catwoman set report, with comments from Halle Berry, Denise Di Novi and Pitof; 5 pages from Astonishing X-Men #1; Dave Cockrum interview; Jimmy Palmiotti and Garth Ennis discuss the Punisher video game; Book of the Month: Outsiders, with comments from Judd Winick; Q & A with Troy Hickman; Secret Stash: Seamonsters & Superheroes; John Cassaday checklist; 14 things you didn't know about the Punisher Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #153AP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 153AP

    Polybagged, Spider-Man 2 movie photo cover. Q & A with Sam Raimi; 2004 summer preview; Q & A with Joss Whedon on Astonishing X-Men; Michael Turner comments on his upcoming projects; Q & A with Grant Morrison; J. Michael Straczynski interview; Geoff Johns comments on his upcoming plans; The Calculator Files: a look at the Calculator's analyses of the heroes of Identity Crisis; a look at Dark Horse's baddest bruisers, including the Goon, Hellboy, Usagi Yojimbo and Conan, with illos by Eric Powell, Mike Mignola, Stan Sakai and Greg Ruth; article on Marvel's Ultimate line, with comments from Joe Quesada, Brian Michael Bendis and Warren Ellis; Ultimate Family Tree: a look at how the Ultimate line shakes down; 6 pages from Avengers #500; 7-page Daily Planet 'supplement'; Secret Stash: Dead@17: Blood of Saints; Rags Morales checklist; 11 things you didn't know about Spider-Man Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #153BP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 153BP

    Polybagged, JLA cover by Michael Turner. Q & A with Sam Raimi; 2004 summer preview; Q & A with Joss Whedon on Astonishing X-Men; Michael Turner comments on his upcoming projects; Q & A with Grant Morrison; J. Michael Straczynski interview; Geoff Johns comments on his upcoming plans; The Calculator Files: a look at the Calculator's analyses of the heroes of Identity Crisis; a look at Dark Horse's baddest bruisers, including the Goon, Hellboy, Usagi Yojimbo and Conan, with illos by Eric Powell, Mike Mignola, Stan Sakai and Greg Ruth; article on Marvel's Ultimate line, with comments from Joe Quesada, Brian Michael Bendis and Warren Ellis; Ultimate Family Tree: a look at how the Ultimate line shakes down; 6 pages from Avengers #500; 7-page Daily Planet 'supplement'; Secret Stash: Dead@17: Blood of Saints; Rags Morales checklist; 11 things you didn't know about Spider-Man Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #153BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 153BU

    Not Polybagged, JLA cover by Michael Turner. Q & A with Sam Raimi; 2004 summer preview; Q & A with Joss Whedon on Astonishing X-Men; Michael Turner comments on his upcoming projects; Q & A with Grant Morrison; J. Michael Straczynski interview; Geoff Johns comments on his upcoming plans; The Calculator Files: a look at the Calculator's analyses of the heroes of Identity Crisis; a look at Dark Horse's baddest bruisers, including the Goon, Hellboy, Usagi Yojimbo and Conan, with illos by Eric Powell, Mike Mignola, Stan Sakai and Greg Ruth; article on Marvel's Ultimate line, with comments from Joe Quesada, Brian Michael Bendis and Warren Ellis; Ultimate Family Tree: a look at how the Ultimate line shakes down; 6 pages from Avengers #500; 7-page Daily Planet 'supplement'; Secret Stash: Dead@17: Blood of Saints; Rags Morales checklist; 11 things you didn't know about Spider-Man Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #153CP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 153CP

    Polybagged, Avengers #500 cover by David Finch. Q & A with Sam Raimi; 2004 summer preview; Q & A with Joss Whedon on Astonishing X-Men; Michael Turner comments on his upcoming projects; Q & A with Grant Morrison; J. Michael Straczynski interview; Geoff Johns comments on his upcoming plans; The Calculator Files: a look at the Calculator's analyses of the heroes of Identity Crisis; a look at Dark Horse's baddest bruisers, including the Goon, Hellboy, Usagi Yojimbo and Conan, with illos by Eric Powell, Mike Mignola, Stan Sakai and Greg Ruth; article on Marvel's Ultimate line, with comments from Joe Quesada, Brian Michael Bendis and Warren Ellis; Ultimate Family Tree: a look at how the Ultimate line shakes down; 6 pages from Avengers #500; 7-page Daily Planet 'supplement'; Secret Stash: Dead@17: Blood of Saints; Rags Morales checklist; 11 things you didn't know about Spider-Man Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #154AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 154AU

    Not polybagged, Soulfire cover by Michael Turner. 5 questions with Matt Wagner; results from Wizard's online Avengers polls; playing Avengers word association with Brian Michael Bendis; Q & A with Bruce Campbell; Q & A with John Cassaday; Wizard makes the case for why Hal Jordan is the best Green Lantern ever; Q & A with Halle Berry on Catwoman; Q & A with Jeph Loeb; 8 pages from Soulfire #1; article on Micah Ian Wright fabricating his life as an Army Ranger; comics' 10 greatest love triangles, with Lee Weeks illo; Book of the Month: She-Hulk; Q & A with Tony Daniel; Q & A with Greg Horn; Secret Stash: Hench; Brian K. Vaughan checklist; 13 things you didn't know about Joss Whedon Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #154CP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 154CP

    Polybagged, Halle Berry as Catwoman photo cover. 5 questions with Matt Wagner; results from Wizard's online Avengers polls; playing Avengers word association with Brian Michael Bendis; Q & A with Bruce Campbell; Q & A with John Cassaday; Wizard makes the case for why Hal Jordan is the best Green Lantern ever; Q & A with Halle Berry on Catwoman; Q & A with Jeph Loeb; 8 pages from Soulfire #1; article on Micah Ian Wright fabricating his life as an Army Ranger; comics' 10 greatest love triangles, with Lee Weeks illo; Book of the Month: She-Hulk; Q & A with Tony Daniel; Q & A with Greg Horn; Secret Stash: Hench; Brian K. Vaughan checklist; 13 things you didn't know about Joss Whedon Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #155AP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 155AP

    Wolverine cover by Greg Horn. Jim Lee and Alex Ross discuss their jam cover for this issue; Hollywood's hottest stars answer comics' burning questions, with Brad Walker illo; Joss Whedon discusses his 5 favorite 'Batman' movies: The Thomas Crown Affair, Unbreakable, Last of the Mohicans, Spider-Man and Batman: Mask of the Phantasm; Q & A with David Hayter; Q & A with Mark Hamill; Q & A with Ryan Reynolds; Brad Meltzer and Rags Morales discuss the controversial scenes in Identity Crisis #2; Q & A with Jeph Loeb and Michael Turner; exclusive 6-page Green Lantern: Rebirth prelude tale by Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver; Alex Ross on the 25 greatest comic movie posters of all time, with a Ross poster for an imaginary JLA movie; pitting Marvel vs. DC in 16 polls for 2004, with Pete Woods/Rebecca Woods illo; the single greatest stories that defined the icons of Marvel, with Gabriele Dell'Otto illo; uncovering Wolverine's true history, with Steve McNiven illo; Jim Steranko interview; the 10 worst small screen comic book adaptations of all time; Book of the Month: Amazing Spider-Man; Q & A: Devin Grayson; Secret Stash: Brian Michael Bendis discusses his 6 favorite indie reads; 11 things you didn't know about comic fan Howard Stern Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #155BP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 155BP

    POLYBAGGED. Jim Lee and Alex Ross discuss their jam cover for this issue; Hollywood's hottest stars answer comics' burning questions, with Brad Walker illo; Joss Whedon discusses his 5 favorite 'Batman' movies: The Thomas Crown Affair, Unbreakable, Last of the Mohicans, Spider-Man and Batman: Mask of the Phantasm; Q & A with David Hayter; Q & A with Mark Hamill; Q & A with Ryan Reynolds; Brad Meltzer and Rags Morales discuss the controversial scenes in Identity Crisis #2; Q & A with Jeph Loeb and Michael Turner; exclusive 6-page Green Lantern: Rebirth prelude tale by Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver; Alex Ross on the 25 greatest comic movie posters of all time, with a Ross poster for an imaginary JLA movie; pitting Marvel vs. DC in 16 polls for 2004, with Pete Woods/Rebecca Woods illo; the single greatest stories that defined the icons of Marvel, with Gabriele Dell'Otto illo; uncovering Wolverine's true history, with Steve McNiven illo; Jim Steranko interview; the 10 worst small screen comic book adaptations of all time; Book of the Month: Amazing Spider-Man; Q & A: Devin Grayson; Secret Stash: Brian Michael Bendis discusses his 6 favorite indie reads; 11 things you didn't know about comic fan Howard Stern Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #156AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 156AU

    NOT Polybagged, Superman/Batman cover by Carlos Pacheco. First Look: Wildsiderz, with comments from J. Scott Campbell; Allan Heinberg discusses Young Avengers; Jeph Loeb discusses Superman/Batman; 5 pages from Wolverine #20; Books of the Month: Ultimate Spider-Man, Astonishing X-Men, Thor, Ex Machina and Avengers, with comments from the creative teams; Wizard asks 'who is the killer?' in Identity Crisis, with Stephen Sadowski/Wade Von Grawbadger illo; those who knew Jack Kirby relate tales of the King, with comments from Stan Lee, Jim Lee, John Romita, Sr., Jeph Loeb, Tim Sale, Bruce Jones, Neal Adams, Will Eisner, Joe Kubert, Jim Salicrup, Tony Bedard, Gene Colan, Jim Valentino, Len Strazewski, Joe Ruby, Joe Sinnott, Jim Steranko and Alex Ross; 6 pages from Catwoman: When in Rome #1; Moon Knight the character is commented on by David Finch, Geoff Johns, Bruce Jones, Brian Michael Bendis and others, with David Finch/Mark Morales illo; Q & A with David Goyer on Batman Begins; Q & A with Zeb Wells; Secret Stash: Stray Bullets; Jeph Loeb/Tim Sale checklist; 13 things you didn't know about Dr. Strange. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #156BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 156BU

    NOT Polybagged, Wolverine cover by Mike Mayhew. First Look: Wildsiderz, with comments from J. Scott Campbell; Allan Heinberg discusses Young Avengers; Jeph Loeb discusses Superman/Batman; 5 pages from Wolverine #20; Books of the Month: Ultimate Spider-Man, Astonishing X-Men, Thor, Ex Machina and Avengers, with comments from the creative teams; Wizard asks 'who is the killer?' in Identity Crisis, with Stephen Sadowski/Wade Von Grawbadger illo; those who knew Jack Kirby relate tales of the King, with comments from Stan Lee, Jim Lee, John Romita, Sr., Jeph Loeb, Tim Sale, Bruce Jones, Neal Adams, Will Eisner, Joe Kubert, Jim Salicrup, Tony Bedard, Gene Colan, Jim Valentino, Len Strazewski, Joe Ruby, Joe Sinnott, Jim Steranko and Alex Ross; 6 pages from Catwoman: When in Rome #1; Moon Knight the character is commented on by David Finch, Geoff Johns, Bruce Jones, Brian Michael Bendis and others, with David Finch/Mark Morales illo; Q & A with David Goyer on Batman Begins; Q & A with Zeb Wells; Secret Stash: Stray Bullets; Jeph Loeb/Tim Sale checklist; 13 things you didn't know about Dr. Strange. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #157AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 157AU
    • Signed by cover artist Joe Quesada with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Not polybagged, Incredible Hulk #340 cover by Joe Quesada & Danny Miki. 5 questions with Leah Moore; Joss Whedon and John Cassaday discuss Colossus' return; rating Wolverine's costumes, with comments from John Romita, Sr., Darick Robertson, Mark Millar, Dave Cockrum, Frank Quitely, Jim Lee, John Byrne, Alex Ross and John Cassaday, and an illo by Kevin Maguire; Q & A with Sarah Michelle Gellar; Geoff Johns discusses Green Lantern; David Goyer talks Blade: Trinity on set; Q & A with Frank Cho; Q & A with Mark Millar; Brad Meltzer, Rags Morales, Geoff Johns and Marv Wolfman comment on the character of Deathstroke; Q & A with Rachel Weisz on Constantine; Len Wein interview, with Jimmy Cheung illo; top 10 Wolverine covers of all time; Q & A with George Romero; Q & A with Erica Durance on Smallville; Book of the Month: The Walking Dead; Q & A with Michael Avon Oeming; Secret Stash: Strangers in Paradise; Mark Millar checklist of his U.S. works; 10 things you didn't know about Brad Meltzer. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #157BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 157BU

    Not polybagged, Wolverine #1 mini-series cover by Steve McNiven. 5 questions with Leah Moore; Joss Whedon and John Cassaday discuss Colossus' return; rating Wolverine's costumes, with comments from John Romita, Sr., Darick Robertson, Mark Millar, Dave Cockrum, Frank Quitely, Jim Lee, John Byrne, Alex Ross and John Cassaday, and an illo by Kevin Maguire; Q & A with Sarah Michelle Gellar; Geoff Johns discusses Green Lantern; David Goyer talks Blade: Trinity on set; Q & A with Frank Cho; Q & A with Mark Millar; Brad Meltzer, Rags Morales, Geoff Johns and Marv Wolfman comment on the character of Deathstroke; Q & A with Rachel Weisz on Constantine; Len Wein interview, with Jimmy Cheung illo; top 10 Wolverine covers of all time; Q & A with George Romero; Q & A with Erica Durance on Smallville; Book of the Month: The Walking Dead; Q & A with Michael Avon Oeming; Secret Stash: Strangers in Paradise; Mark Millar checklist of his U.S. works; 10 things you didn't know about Brad Meltzer. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #157CP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 157CP

    Polybagged, Uncanny X-Men #141 cover by John Cassaday. 5 questions with Leah Moore; Joss Whedon and John Cassaday discuss Colossus' return; rating Wolverine's costumes, with comments from John Romita, Sr., Darick Robertson, Mark Millar, Dave Cockrum, Frank Quitely, Jim Lee, John Byrne, Alex Ross and John Cassaday, and an illo by Kevin Maguire; Q & A with Sarah Michelle Gellar; Geoff Johns discusses Green Lantern; David Goyer talks Blade: Trinity on set; Q & A with Frank Cho; Q & A with Mark Millar; Brad Meltzer, Rags Morales, Geoff Johns and Marv Wolfman comment on the character of Deathstroke; Q & A with Rachel Weisz on Constantine; Len Wein interview, with Jimmy Cheung illo; top 10 Wolverine covers of all time; Q & A with George Romero; Q & A with Erica Durance on Smallville; Book of the Month: The Walking Dead; Q & A with Michael Avon Oeming; Secret Stash: Strangers in Paradise; Mark Millar checklist of his U.S. works; 10 things you didn't know about Brad Meltzer. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #157CU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 157CU

    Not polybagged, Uncanny X-Men #141 cover by John Cassaday. 5 questions with Leah Moore; Joss Whedon and John Cassaday discuss Colossus' return; rating Wolverine's costumes, with comments from John Romita, Sr., Darick Robertson, Mark Millar, Dave Cockrum, Frank Quitely, Jim Lee, John Byrne, Alex Ross and John Cassaday, and an illo by Kevin Maguire; Q & A with Sarah Michelle Gellar; Geoff Johns discusses Green Lantern; David Goyer talks Blade: Trinity on set; Q & A with Frank Cho; Q & A with Mark Millar; Brad Meltzer, Rags Morales, Geoff Johns and Marv Wolfman comment on the character of Deathstroke; Q & A with Rachel Weisz on Constantine; Len Wein interview, with Jimmy Cheung illo; top 10 Wolverine covers of all time; Q & A with George Romero; Q & A with Erica Durance on Smallville; Book of the Month: The Walking Dead; Q & A with Michael Avon Oeming; Secret Stash: Strangers in Paradise; Mark Millar checklist of his U.S. works; 10 things you didn't know about Brad Meltzer. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #158A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 158A

    New Avengers cover by David Finch & Danny Miki. Grant Morrison discusses Seven Soldiers, and his own designs for the characters are shown; Q & A with Brian Michael Bendis on New Avengers; Howard Chaykin discusses American Flagg!; roundtable with Geoff Johns, Jeph Loeb, Brad Meltzer, Greg Rucka and Judd Winick on DC's revival, with Alex Ross painting; Rob Bowman discusses the Elektra film; top 10 What If? stories of all time, with Scot Eaton illo; Steve Niles interview; Joe Kelly discusses Space Ghost; Q & A with Rob Liefeld; Francis Lawrence discusses Constantine; Book of the Month: District X; Q & A with David Lapham; Q & A with Gene Colan; Secret Stash: Small Gods; Ed Brubaker checklist; 12 things you didn't know about the Avengers. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #158B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 158B

    Spider-Man movie cover by Greg Horn. Grant Morrison discusses Seven Soldiers, and his own designs for the characters are shown; Q & A with Brian Michael Bendis on New Avengers; Howard Chaykin discusses American Flagg!; roundtable with Geoff Johns, Jeph Loeb, Brad Meltzer, Greg Rucka and Judd Winick on DC's revival, with Alex Ross painting; Rob Bowman discusses the Elektra film; top 10 What If? stories of all time, with Scot Eaton illo; Steve Niles interview; Joe Kelly discusses Space Ghost; Q & A with Rob Liefeld; Francis Lawrence discusses Constantine; Book of the Month: District X; Q & A with David Lapham; Q & A with Gene Colan; Secret Stash: Small Gods; Ed Brubaker checklist; 12 things you didn't know about the Avengers. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #159AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 159AU

    Not polybagged, Astonishing X-Men cover by John Cassaday. 5 questions with Bryan Hitch; Q & A with Marc Silvestri and Mark Waid on Hunter/Killer; report on Constantine, with comments from Keanu Reeves and cast; David Goyer opens his Blade: Trinity diary; Q & A with Jennifer Garner on Elektra; Joss Whedon and John Cassaday provide 'the directors' commentary' for Astonishing X-Men; best of 2004; Artist of the Year: John Cassaday; Writer of the Year: Brad Meltzer; Man of the Year: Brian Michael Bendis; Marvel vs. DC Q & A, with Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Millar, Geoff Johns and Jeph Loeb, and Scot Eaton illo; Q & A with Cillian Murphy on Batman Begins; Q & A with Gabriele Dell'Otto; Secret Stash: Demo; Pat Lee checklist; 13 things you didn't know about Legion of Super-Heroes. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #159BP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 159BP

    Identity Crisis cover by Michael Turner. 5 questions with Bryan Hitch; Q & A with Marc Silvestri and Mark Waid on Hunter/Killer; report on Constantine, with comments from Keanu Reeves and cast; David Goyer opens his Blade: Trinity diary; Q & A with Jennifer Garner on Elektra; Joss Whedon and John Cassaday provide 'the directors' commentary' for Astonishing X-Men; best of 2004; Artist of the Year: John Cassaday; Writer of the Year: Brad Meltzer; Man of the Year: Brian Michael Bendis; Marvel vs. DC Q & A, with Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Millar, Geoff Johns and Jeph Loeb, and Scot Eaton illo; Q & A with Cillian Murphy on Batman Begins; Q & A with Gabriele Dell'Otto; Secret Stash: Demo; Pat Lee checklist; 13 things you didn't know about Legion of Super-Heroes Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #160A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 160A

    Green Lantern cover by Mike Mayhew. Q & A with Dan DiDio and Joe Quesada on the biggest challenges facing DC and Marvel in 2005; Batman Begins set visit; a look at DC's All Star line, with illos by Jim Lee and Frank Quitely; Joss Whedon and Brian Michael Bendis provide a glimpse at what the leaders of the X-Men (Cyclops) and the Avengers (Captain America) think of each other's line-up; Joss Whedon discusses Astonishing X-Men; Fantastic Four set visit; Ultimate power chart, with Scot Eaton illo; a look at Alex Ross' Justice sketches of the Legion of Doom; a look at Marc Silvestri's Hunter-Killer sketches; Q & A with Keanu Reeves on Constantine; Reginald Hudlin discusses Black Panther; Q & A with J. Michael Straczynski; Q & A with Brian K. Vaughan Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #160B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 160B

    Keanu Reeves Constantine photo cover. Q & A with Dan DiDio and Joe Quesada on the biggest challenges facing DC and Marvel in 2005; Batman Begins set visit; a look at DC's All Star line, with illos by Jim Lee and Frank Quitely; Joss Whedon and Brian Michael Bendis provide a glimpse at what the leaders of the X-Men (Cyclops) and the Avengers (Captain America) think of each other's line-up; Joss Whedon discusses Astonishing X-Men; Fantastic Four set visit; Ultimate power chart, with Scot Eaton illo; a look at Alex Ross' Justice sketches of the Legion of Doom; a look at Marc Silvestri's Hunter-Killer sketches; Q & A with Keanu Reeves on Constantine; Reginald Hudlin discusses Black Panther; Q & A with J. Michael Straczynski; Q & A with Brian K. Vaughan Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #160C
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 160C

    Q & A with Dan DiDio and Joe Quesada on the biggest challenges facing DC and Marvel in 2005; Batman Begins set visit; a look at DC's All Star line, with illos by Jim Lee and Frank Quitely; Joss Whedon and Brian Michael Bendis provide a glimpse at what the leaders of the X-Men (Cyclops) and the Avengers (Captain America) think of each other's line-up; Joss Whedon discusses Astonishing X-Men; Fantastic Four set visit; Ultimate power chart, with Scot Eaton illo; a look at Alex Ross' Justice sketches of the Legion of Doom; a look at Marc Silvestri's Hunter-Killer sketches; Q & A with Keanu Reeves on Constantine; Reginald Hudlin discusses Black Panther; Q & A with J. Michael Straczynski; Q & A with Brian K. Vaughan Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #161A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 161A

    Spider-Man/Spider-Woman cover by Greg Horn. 5 questions with Allan Heinberg; First Look: Ghost Rider, with comments from Garth Ennis; Wizard Insider: The Danger Room, with illos by Paul Horn; Q & A with Ron Marz; 16 things you need to know about the Black Panther, with comments from Reginald Hudlin; Q & A with Michael Chiklis about the Fantastic Four film; Books of the Month: a look at must-read books, including The Ultimates 2, Adam Strange, District X, The Goon and Wonder Woman; Spider-Woman profile; Q & A with Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire; Q & A with Orson Scott Card on Ultimate Iron Man; a look at Jim Lee and Frank Quitely's sketches for the All Star line; Will Eisner interview, with Alex Ross painting; Brad Meltzer and Rags Morales provide 'the directors' commentary' for Identity Crisis; Q & A with Tom DeSanto on the Transformers film; Q & A with Gary Oldman on Batman Begins; Q & A with Phil Jimenez on the Wonder Woman tv series season 2 DVD; Q & A with Christos N. Gage; Secret Stash: Concrete; Ethan Van Sciver checklist. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #161B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 161B

    Wolverine cover by Steve McNiven. 5 questions with Allan Heinberg; First Look: Ghost Rider, with comments from Garth Ennis; Wizard Insider: The Danger Room, with illos by Paul Horn; Q & A with Ron Marz; 16 things you need to know about the Black Panther, with comments from Reginald Hudlin; Q & A with Michael Chiklis about the Fantastic Four film; Books of the Month: a look at must-read books, including The Ultimates 2, Adam Strange, District X, The Goon and Wonder Woman; Spider-Woman profile; Q & A with Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire; Q & A with Orson Scott Card on Ultimate Iron Man; a look at Jim Lee and Frank Quitely's sketches for the All Star line; Will Eisner interview, with Alex Ross painting; Brad Meltzer and Rags Morales provide 'the directors' commentary' for Identity Crisis; Q & A with Tom DeSanto on the Transformers film; Q & A with Gary Oldman on Batman Begins; Q & A with Phil Jimenez on the Wonder Woman tv series season 2 DVD; Q & A with Christos N. Gage; Secret Stash: Concrete; Ethan Van Sciver checklist. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #162A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 162A

    All Star Superman & Batman cover by Frank Quitely, Jim Lee & Scott Williams. Q & A with Jessica Alba on the Fantastic Four film; 4 pages from House of M #1; 4 pages from DC Countdown; article on the secrets to invading the comic industry; Wizard Insider: Ultimate Iron Man; Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely discuss All Star Superman; 5 questions with Seth Green; profiles of 6 artists behind the sexiest drawings in comics: Greg Horn, Frank Cho, Adam Hughes, Terry Dodson, Mike Mayhew and Greg Land; article on the secret history of Marvel, with comments from Stan Lee, John Romita, Larry Lieber, Stan Goldberg, Flo Steinberg, Marie Severin, Gene Colan, Herb Trimpe, Sal Buscema and Roy Thomas; Q & A with Lee Bermejo; Q & A with James Jean; Book of the Month: Conan; Secret Stash: Black Hole; Frank Quitely checklist Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #162B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 162B

    She-Hulk cover by Greg Horn. Q & A with Jessica Alba on the Fantastic Four film; 4 pages from House of M #1; 4 pages from DC Countdown; article on the secrets to invading the comic industry; Wizard Insider: Ultimate Iron Man; Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely discuss All Star Superman; 5 questions with Seth Green; profiles of 6 artists behind the sexiest drawings in comics: Greg Horn, Frank Cho, Adam Hughes, Terry Dodson, Mike Mayhew and Greg Land; article on the secret history of Marvel, with comments from Stan Lee, John Romita, Larry Lieber, Stan Goldberg, Flo Steinberg, Marie Severin, Gene Colan, Herb Trimpe, Sal Buscema and Roy Thomas; Q & A with Lee Bermejo; Q & A with James Jean; Book of the Month: Conan; Secret Stash: Black Hole; Frank Quitely checklist Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #163A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 163A

    Cover 1 of 2, multiple heroes on green cover. DC COUNTDOWN BY GEOFF JOHNS & RAGS MORALES! * Find out what DC Comics' biggest event in 25 years is REALLY counting down to in this Wizard exclusive of mammoth proportions. * Artist Mike Mayhew creates a dazzling new Batman image to the cover of this issue. HOUSE OF M! * Get the lowdown on the biggest X-Men crossover in over a decade. It's so big that even the new Avengers have to get involved. Writer Brian Michael Bendis and young gun artist Olivier Coipel spill some details on where this event is moving. INSIDE THE AVENGERS TOWER! * With Spider-Man and family moving into the new Avengers headquarters, learn everything you need to know about this famous location along with how it will change with these new residents. * Artist Jimmy Cheung illustrates a brilliant new Avengers cover that features Wolverine, Spider-Man, Captain America and Spider-Woman. MORE ON ?BATMAN BEGINS' AND ?FANTASTIC FOUR'! * As the countdown continues toward the Batman Begins motion picture from Warner Brothers and the Fantastic Four from 20th Century Fox, Wizard #163 brings you the latest updates and photography available from the movie studios. See all the stars and hear vital news that only we can get you. PICKS, PRICE GUIDES AND MORE! * See the must-read comics of the month in "Picks," the must read trade paperbacks in the "Bookshelf" and the Top 10 Hottest artists and writers. * Don't forget the Wizard comic book price guide with the most up-to-date prices from across the nation and the web for current books, CGC sales and Top 10 Hottest comics. Magazine (Marvel "House of M" Cover by Jimmy Cheung) $4.99 Magazine (DC Batman cover by Mike Mayhew) $4.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #163B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 163B

    DC COUNTDOWN BY GEOFF JOHNS & RAGS MORALES! Q & A with Tim Story on Fantastic Four film; Wizard Insider: The Sentry; Q & A with Christian Bale on Batman Begins; Wizard Insider: Avengers Tower, with Jim Calafiore illo; General Mills Massacre illo by Stuart Sayger; the 7 coolest Star Wars comic stories of all time; Infinite Crisis is discussed by Greg Rucka, Geoff Johns, Phil Jimenez and Dan DiDio; Q & A with Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch; Adam West interview; Alex Ross comments on 21 of his paintings; Eric Wight talks The O.C.; Q & A with Judd Winick; Book of the Month: Captain America; Secret Stash: Jack Staff Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #164A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 164A

    BATMAN BEGINS MOVIE ISSUE! Q & A with J. Michael Straczynski on Fantastic Four; First Look: Supergirl, with comments from Jeph Loeb and Ian Churchill; Q & A with Bruce Campbell; brief profiles of the Rannians, Thanagarians, Guardians, Khunds, Tamaraneans and Spider Guild; Q & A with Michael Chabon; Wizard Insider: Scarlet Witch; Q & A with Mr. T; Allan Heinberg discusses Young Avengers; Steve Gerber discusses Howard the Duck and Hard Time; 14 pages devoted to Batman Begins and other Bat-films, with comments from Christopher Nolan, Scott Beatty, David Goyer, Christian Bale and others; 7 pages from JLA #115; Q & A with Ioan Gruffudd on the Fantastic Four film; Q & A with David Koepp; Q & A with Brian Pulido; Book of the Month: The OMAC Project; Secret Stash: Street Angel Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #164B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 164B

    BATMAN BEGINS MOVIE ISSUE! Q & A with J. Michael Straczynski on Fantastic Four; First Look: Supergirl, with comments from Jeph Loeb and Ian Churchill; Q & A with Bruce Campbell; brief profiles of the Rannians, Thanagarians, Guardians, Khunds, Tamaraneans and Spider Guild; Q & A with Michael Chabon; Wizard Insider: Scarlet Witch; Q & A with Mr. T; Allan Heinberg discusses Young Avengers; Steve Gerber discusses Howard the Duck and Hard Time; 14 pages devoted to Batman Begins and other Bat-films, with comments from Christopher Nolan, Scott Beatty, David Goyer, Christian Bale and others; 7 pages from JLA #115; Q & A with Ioan Gruffudd on the Fantastic Four film; Q & A with David Koepp; Q & A with Brian Pulido; Book of the Month: The OMAC Project; Secret Stash: Street Angel Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #165B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 165B

    IT'S THE BIG SUMMER COMIC PREVIEW ISSUE! Summer 2005 preview; article on 'JLA: Crisis of Conscience,' with comments from Geoff Johns and Allan Heinberg; Brian Michael Bendis comments on the major players in House of M; Christopher Nolan, David Goyer, Katie Holmes and Paul Jennings comment on Batman Begins; Jeph Loeb comments on Superman and Batman; a look at the real rulers of the Marvel Universe, with comments from Brian Michael Bendis and an illo by Aaron Lopresti; Michael Turner comments on his 3 proteges; Wizard reporter Richard Ho chronicles his time as an extra on the set of Fantastic Four; Q & A with Lynda Carter; Jim Lee sketches and comments on All Star Batman & Robin; Q & A with Joss Whedon; Keith Giffen calls out the worst Defenders of all time, with Kevin Maguire illo; 5 pages from Justice #1; Q & A with J. Scott Campbell; drawing Wonder Girl with Rob Liefeld; Wizard charts the strenght of comics' toughest women, with Aaron Lopresti illo; Q & A with George Perez; Secret Stash: 100 Girls Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #166A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 166A

    ENTER THE HOUSE OF M! ? 5 questions with Chris Ryall; Wizard Insider: X-23, with comments from Craig Kyle and Chris Yost, and an illo by Mark Brooks; Q & A with Seth Green and Hugh Sterbakov on Freshmen; article on whether death means anything in comics, with comments from Marv Wolfman, Joe Quesada, Judd Winick, Brian Michael Bendis, Geoff Johns and Ed Brubaker; a look at OMACs, with comments from Greg Rucka and an illo by Tom Derenick; Dan Slott pimps the Spidermobile, Wonder Woman's Invisible Jet, the Fantasticar, the X-Men's Blackbird, Optimus Prime and the Supermobile (the Batmobile's left alone), with illos by Jim Calafiore; Michael Turner sketches and comments on some Marvel characters; Geoff Johns, Ethan Van Sciver and Peter Tomasi provide 'the directors' commentary' on Green Lantern: Rebirth; Q & A with Mark Steven Johnson on the Ghost Rider movie; Joe Quesada interview; Last Machine Standing: Herbie the love bug vs. H.E.R.B.I.E. the robot drawn by Jamal Igle; Brian Michael Bendis answers 10 questions about House of M; Q & A with Adam Kubert and Andy Kubert on their defection to DC; Q & A with Jessica Alba; Q & A with Amanda Conner; Q & A with Karl Zinsmeister; Book of the Month: Legion of Super-Heroes; Secret Stash: The Surrogates Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #166B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 166B

    House of M cover by Frank Cho. ENTER THE HOUSE OF M! 5 questions with Chris Ryall; Wizard Insider: X-23, with comments from Craig Kyle and Chris Yost, and an illo by Mark Brooks; Q & A with Seth Green and Hugh Sterbakov on Freshmen; article on whether death means anything in comics, with comments from Marv Wolfman, Joe Quesada, Judd Winick, Brian Michael Bendis, Geoff Johns and Ed Brubaker; a look at OMACs, with comments from Greg Rucka and an illo by Tom Derenick; Dan Slott pimps the Spidermobile, Wonder Woman's Invisible Jet, the Fantasticar, the X-Men's Blackbird, Optimus Prime and the Supermobile (the Batmobile's left alone), with illos by Jim Calafiore; Michael Turner sketches and comments on some Marvel characters; Geoff Johns, Ethan Van Sciver and Peter Tomasi provide 'the directors' commentary' on Green Lantern: Rebirth; Q & A with Mark Steven Johnson on the Ghost Rider movie; Joe Quesada interview; Last Machine Standing: Herbie the love bug vs. H.E.R.B.I.E. the robot drawn by Jamal Igle; Brian Michael Bendis answers 10 questions about House of M; Q & A with Adam Kubert and Andy Kubert on their defection to DC; Q & A with Jessica Alba; Q & A with Amanda Conner; Q & A with Karl Zinsmeister; Book of the Month: Legion of Super-Heroes; Secret Stash: The Surrogates Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #167A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 167A

    Justice cover by Alex Ross. Q & A with Brian Michael Bendis on House of M; Despero profile; underused vixens, with Terry Dodson/Rachel Dodson illo; J. Michael Straczynski comments on Silver Surfer, with Esad Ribic illo from the mini-series; a look at V For Vendetta; history of the Winter Soldier; Q & A with Paul Jenkins; Q & A with Mike Mignola; Geoff Johns looks back on his 5-year run with Flash; questions surrounding X-Men 3, with Greg Horn illo; Alex Ross interview; profile of 5 Image tiles: Battle Hymn (with Jeremy Haun illo), Sea of Red (with Kieron Dwyer/Salgood Sam illo), The Atheist, The Amazing Joy Buzzards (with Dan Hipp illo) and Godland; 4 pages from Infinite Crisis #1; Brian Michael Bendis and David Finch provide 'the director's commentary' on New Avengers; Q & A with Jim Mahfood; Q & A with Alex Robinson; Book of the Month: Day of Vengeance. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #167B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 167B

    Hugh Jackman as Wolverine in X-Men 3 photo cover. Q & A with Brian Michael Bendis on House of M; Despero profile; underused vixens, with Terry Dodson/Rachel Dodson illo; J. Michael Straczynski comments on Silver Surfer, with Esad Ribic illo from the mini-series; a look at V For Vendetta; history of the Winter Soldier; Q & A with Paul Jenkins; Q & A with Mike Mignola; Geoff Johns looks back on his 5-year run with Flash; questions surrounding X-Men 3, with Greg Horn illo; Alex Ross interview; profile of 5 Image tiles: Battle Hymn (with Jeremy Haun illo), Sea of Red (with Kieron Dwyer/Salgood Sam illo), The Atheist, The Amazing Joy Buzzards (with Dan Hipp illo) and Godland; 4 pages from Infinite Crisis #1; Brian Michael Bendis and David Finch provide 'the director's commentary' on New Avengers; Q & A with Jim Mahfood; Q & A with Alex Robinson; Book of the Month: Day of Vengeance. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #168A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 168A

    5 questions with Steve Niles; First Look: Moon Knight, with comments from Charlie Huston and David Finch; Q & A with Joss Whedon; Joe Quesada sketches and comments on Daredevil: Father; pros comment on how to fix the 10 worst villains in DC history, with comments from Geoff Johns, Bill Willingham, Gail Simone and Mark Waid, and an illo by Ty Templeton; Q & A with Neil Gaiman; Jeph Loeb and Joe Madureira discuss The Ultimates 3, with character sketches by Madureira; Q & A with Natalie Portman on V For Vendetta; Wizard Insider: Morlun; Wizard Insider: Ghost Rider; 8 reasons why Frank Miller and Jim Lee rank as the best Bat-team of all time; 8 pages from All Star Superman #1; Wizard celebrates the 5th anniversary of the Ultimate line, with news and reviews of the Ultimate titles; top 100 cartoons of all time; Q & A with Dan Jurgens; Secret Stash: Smoke and Guns Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #168B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 168B

    5 questions with Steve Niles; First Look: Moon Knight, with comments from Charlie Huston and David Finch; Q & A with Joss Whedon; Joe Quesada sketches and comments on Daredevil: Father; pros comment on how to fix the 10 worst villains in DC history, with comments from Geoff Johns, Bill Willingham, Gail Simone and Mark Waid, and an illo by Ty Templeton; Q & A with Neil Gaiman; Jeph Loeb and Joe Madureira discuss The Ultimates 3, with character sketches by Madureira; Q & A with Natalie Portman on V For Vendetta; Wizard Insider: Morlun; Wizard Insider: Ghost Rider; 8 reasons why Frank Miller and Jim Lee rank as the best Bat-team of all time; 8 pages from All Star Superman #1; Wizard celebrates the 5th anniversary of the Ultimate line, with news and reviews of the Ultimate titles; top 100 cartoons of all time; Q & A with Dan Jurgens; Secret Stash: Smoke and Guns Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #169A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 169A

    Infinite Crisis cover by Michael Turner. Daniel Way comments on Wolverine and The Incredible Hulk; 5 questions with Mandy Amano; Jimmy Palmiotti rounds up his favorite Western films; Q & A with Kevin Smith; Wizard Insider: Captain Atom, with comments from Will Pfeifer; Q & A with Tom Welling on Smallville; Dan Slott discusses She-Hulk; Harvey Pekar interview; 5 pages from X-Men: Deadly Genesis #1; Peter David interview; article on Spider-Man 3; 12 steps used to create Infinite Crisis, with comments from Geoff Johns, Dan DiDio, Judd Winick, Greg Rucka and Brad Meltzer; Q & A with Zak Penn on X-Men: The Last Stand; Q & A with Kelley Jones; Q & A with Joe Kubert; Book of the Month: Runaways; Secret Stash: Flaming Carrot Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #169B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 169B

    Daniel Way comments on Wolverine and The Incredible Hulk; 5 questions with Mandy Amano; Jimmy Palmiotti rounds up his favorite Western films; Q & A with Kevin Smith; Wizard Insider: Captain Atom, with comments from Will Pfeifer; Q & A with Tom Welling on Smallville; Dan Slott discusses She-Hulk; Harvey Pekar interview; 5 pages from X-Men: Deadly Genesis #1; Peter David interview; article on Spider-Man 3; 12 steps used to create Infinite Crisis, with comments from Geoff Johns, Dan DiDio, Judd Winick, Greg Rucka and Brad Meltzer; Q & A with Zak Penn on X-Men: The Last Stand; Q & A with Kelley Jones; Q & A with Joe Kubert; Book of the Month: Runaways; Secret Stash: Flaming Carrot Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #170A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 170A

    Ultimate Wolverine vs Ultimate Captain America cover by Joe Quesada. Q & A with Reginald Hudlin; report on comics' 'Doctor' characters, with Ty Templeton illo; article on Quicksilver; Infinite Crisis Who's Who; Q & A with Michael Rosenbaum; Grant Morrison interview; Ed Brubaker interview; Ultimate Marvel fan Q & A, with answers from Brian Michael Bendis, Ralph Macchio, Joe Quesada, Damon Lindelof, Warren Ellis and Jeph Loeb; holiday video game guide; Marv Wolfman and George Perez (with Jerry Ordway) provide 'the director's commentary' on Crisis on Infinite Earths; Q & A with Steve Rude; Book of the Month: B.P.R.D.; Secret Stash: Hero@Large; Crisis on Infinite Earths Price Guide, including tie-ins, pre-Crisis Monitor appearances and unoffical tie-ins. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #170B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 170B

    '32 video games you must play this holiday season' collage cover. Q & A with Reginald Hudlin; report on comics' 'Doctor' characters, with Ty Templeton illo; article on Quicksilver; Infinite Crisis Who's Who; Q & A with Michael Rosenbaum; Grant Morrison interview; Ed Brubaker interview; Ultimate Marvel fan Q & A, with answers from Brian Michael Bendis, Ralph Macchio, Joe Quesada, Damon Lindelof, Warren Ellis and Jeph Loeb; holiday video game guide; Marv Wolfman and George Perez (with Jerry Ordway) provide 'the director's commentary' on Crisis on Infinite Earths; Q & A with Steve Rude; Book of the Month: B.P.R.D.; Secret Stash: Hero@Large; Crisis on Infinite Earths Price Guide, including tie-ins, pre-Crisis Monitor appearances and unoffical tie-ins. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #171A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 171A

    Ultimates vs New Avengers cover by Frank Cho. ULTIMATES VS. NEW AVENGERS: WHO RULED MARVEL IN 2005? 5 questions with Bill Jemas; 5 reasons why the new Thing series will rock; Wizard hints at what will happen to characters in the DCU 'One Year Later'; Q & A with Andy Serkis on King Kong; the costumes Wizard wants to see return, with Aaron Lopresti illo; the costumes Wizard never wants to see again, with Aaron Lopresti illo; Wizard trails Geoff Johns and Phil Jimenez to their local comic stores on the day Infinite Crisis #1 ships; best of 2005; Man of the Year: Geoff Johns; Artist of the Year: Ethan Van Sciver; Book of the Year: Captain America; All Star Superman #1 'director's commentary' by Grant Morrison; Q & A with Allan Heinberg; Wizard Insider: WE3; Hero of the Year: Blue Beetle; Cover Artist of the Year: James Jean; 'What the?' Moments of the Year; article on Joshua Luna and Jonathan Luna; Q & A with Robert Rodriguez on Sin City; 5 questions with Randy Bowen; Ivan Reis comments on the looks of the major characters in The Rann/Thanagar War; Secret Stash: Tricked Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #171B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 171B

    Jessica Alba photo cover. ULTIMATES VS. NEW AVENGERS: WHO RULED MARVEL IN 2005? 5 questions with Bill Jemas; 5 reasons why the new Thing series will rock; Wizard hints at what will happen to characters in the DCU 'One Year Later'; Q & A with Andy Serkis on King Kong; the costumes Wizard wants to see return, with Aaron Lopresti illo; the costumes Wizard never wants to see again, with Aaron Lopresti illo; Wizard trails Geoff Johns and Phil Jimenez to their local comic stores on the day Infinite Crisis #1 ships; best of 2005; Man of the Year: Geoff Johns; Artist of the Year: Ethan Van Sciver; Book of the Year: Captain America; All Star Superman #1 'director's commentary' by Grant Morrison; Q & A with Allan Heinberg; Wizard Insider: WE3; Hero of the Year: Blue Beetle; Cover Artist of the Year: James Jean; 'What the?' Moments of the Year; article on Joshua Luna and Jonathan Luna; Q & A with Robert Rodriguez on Sin City; 5 questions with Randy Bowen; Ivan Reis comments on the looks of the major characters in The Rann/Thanagar War; Secret Stash: Tricked Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #172
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 172

    2006 PREVIEW ISSUE! 2006 preview; 28 pages devoted to Superman Returns, with comments from Bryan Singer, Brandon Routh and Kevin Spacey; a look at the DC Multiverse, with Pete Woods illo; determining which title will rule in 2006: Astonishing X-Men or All Star Superman; Brad Meltzer comments on Justice League of America; Q & A with Mark Millar and Jeph Loeb on The Ultimates; 52 reasons to check out 52; 5 reasons why Spider-Woman will be the #1 comic heroine of 2006; a look at Stephen King's Dark Tower comic series; a look at the new Sentinels, with Aaron Lopresti illo; Alex Ross sketches and comments on Justice; Grant Morrison reveals the new WildCats' lineup; Michael Turner comments on his upcoming projects; who's who in Squadron Supreme Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #173A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 173A

    ASTONISHING X-MEN Harvey Pekar comments on American Splendor; 5 questions with Michael Turner; Q & A with Joe Madureira; Tom Brevoort comments on Civil War; Pat Lee sketches and comments on Cyberforce; Q & A with Kate Bosworth on Superman Returns; Wizard compares the current DCU Superman with the Earth-2 Superman; Brad Meltzer comments on his favorite Justice League villains; Q & A with Kelsey Grammer on X-Men: The Last Stand; J.G. Jones sketches and comments on some 52 covers; Q & A with Bruce Timm; Q & A with Joss Whedon; profiles of 6 artists: Juan Doe, Daniel Acuna, Brandon Badeaux, Mitchell Breitweiser, Pasqual Ferry and Ivan Reis; Book of the Month special report: zombie titles; 7 pages from Moon Knight #1; 5 questions with Tom DeSanto; Secret Stash: Truth Serum Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #173B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 173B

    Astonishing X-Men cover by John Cassaday. ASTONISHING X-MEN. Harvey Pekar comments on American Splendor; 5 questions with Michael Turner; Q & A with Joe Madureira; Tom Brevoort comments on Civil War; Pat Lee sketches and comments on Cyberforce; Q & A with Kate Bosworth on Superman Returns; Wizard compares the current DCU Superman with the Earth-2 Superman; Brad Meltzer comments on his favorite Justice League villains; Q & A with Kelsey Grammer on X-Men: The Last Stand; J.G. Jones sketches and comments on some 52 covers; Q & A with Bruce Timm; Q & A with Joss Whedon; profiles of 6 artists: Juan Doe, Daniel Acuna, Brandon Badeaux, Mitchell Breitweiser, Pasqual Ferry and Ivan Reis; Book of the Month special report: zombie titles; 7 pages from Moon Knight #1; 5 questions with Tom DeSanto; Secret Stash: Truth Serum Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #174A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 174A

    INFINITE CRISIS Allan Heinberg and Terry Dodson comment on Wonder Woman; Q & A with Kevin Smith on Clerks 2; Starfox's romantic escapades; a look at the 10 characters at the forefront of the 'Annihilation' event, with Aaron Lopresti illo; a look at 6 characters from 52, with comments from Mark Waid, Keith Giffen and Greg Rucka; Q & A with Ron Marz; Wizard Insider: the third Summers brother; Q & A with Kirk 'Sticky Fingaz' Jones on the Blade TV series; Ed Benes sketches and comments on Justice League of America; V For Vendetta set visit, with comments from Natalie Portman, Hugo Weaving and James McTeigue; article on X-Men: The Last Stand, with comments from Brett Ratner, Hugh Jackman, Ben Foster, Ellen Page and Patrick Stewart; Wizard Insider: the new Spider-Man costume; a look at Alexander Luthor's scheme to change the DC Universe, with comments from Geoff Johns, Judd Winick, Mark Waid, Jeph Loeb, Bill Willingham, Andy Diggle, Gail Simone and Greg Rucka; 7 pages from Civil War #1; Book of the Month: X-Factor; 13-page Wizard Edge section Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #174B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 174B

    INFINITE CRISIS Allan Heinberg and Terry Dodson comment on Wonder Woman; Q & A with Kevin Smith on Clerks 2; Starfox's romantic escapades; a look at the 10 characters at the forefront of the 'Annihilation' event, with Aaron Lopresti illo; a look at 6 characters from 52, with comments from Mark Waid, Keith Giffen and Greg Rucka; Q & A with Ron Marz; Wizard Insider: the third Summers brother; Q & A with Kirk 'Sticky Fingaz' Jones on the Blade TV series; Ed Benes sketches and comments on Justice League of America; V For Vendetta set visit, with comments from Natalie Portman, Hugo Weaving and James McTeigue; article on X-Men: The Last Stand, with comments from Brett Ratner, Hugh Jackman, Ben Foster, Ellen Page and Patrick Stewart; Wizard Insider: the new Spider-Man costume; a look at Alexander Luthor's scheme to change the DC Universe, with comments from Geoff Johns, Judd Winick, Mark Waid, Jeph Loeb, Bill Willingham, Andy Diggle, Gail Simone and Greg Rucka; 7 pages from Civil War #1; Book of the Month: X-Factor; 13-page Wizard Edge section Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #174C
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 174C

    INFINITE CRISIS Allan Heinberg and Terry Dodson comment on Wonder Woman; Q & A with Kevin Smith on Clerks 2; Starfox's romantic escapades; a look at the 10 characters at the forefront of the 'Annihilation' event, with Aaron Lopresti illo; a look at 6 characters from 52, with comments from Mark Waid, Keith Giffen and Greg Rucka; Q & A with Ron Marz; Wizard Insider: the third Summers brother; Q & A with Kirk 'Sticky Fingaz' Jones on the Blade TV series; Ed Benes sketches and comments on Justice League of America; V For Vendetta set visit, with comments from Natalie Portman, Hugo Weaving and James McTeigue; article on X-Men: The Last Stand, with comments from Brett Ratner, Hugh Jackman, Ben Foster, Ellen Page and Patrick Stewart; Wizard Insider: the new Spider-Man costume; a look at Alexander Luthor's scheme to change the DC Universe, with comments from Geoff Johns, Judd Winick, Mark Waid, Jeph Loeb, Bill Willingham, Andy Diggle, Gail Simone and Greg Rucka; 7 pages from Civil War #1; Book of the Month: X-Factor; 13-page Wizard Edge section Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #175A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 175A

    Superman Returns movie photo cover. Jeph Loeb and J. Scott Campbell discuss their upcoming Spider-Man title; 5 questions with Marc Silvestri; a look at the characters in 'Planet Hulk,' with comments from Greg Pak and illo by Aaron Lopresti; Hellboy timeline; Jim Lee opens up his WildCats sketchbook, with comments from Lee; Wizard Insider: Marvel Boy, Iron Man profiles; Q & A with Clive Barker; Rodolfo Migliari illo of Hong Kong Phooey, Yukk the Dog and Underdog; Daniel Way comments on Wolverine: Origins; Q & A with Halle Berry on X-Men: The Last Stand; article on Superman's cinematic odyssey; Wizard jam session: 52 is discussed by Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka and Mark Waid; article on the Civil War story conference, with comments from Mark Millar, Brian Michael Bendis, Jeph Loeb, Joss Whedon and others; a day in the life of Adam Kubert and Andy Kubert, with comments from the brothers; the 100 best single-issue comics of the past 30-or-so years; Book of the Month: Superman/Batman #26, with comments from Brian K. Vaughan, Geoff Johns, Brad Meltzer, Joe Casey and Tim Sale; Secret Stash: The Middleman. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #175B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 175B

    Batman & Superman cover by Andy Kubert & Adam Kubert. Jeph Loeb and J. Scott Campbell discuss their upcoming Spider-Man title; 5 questions with Marc Silvestri; a look at the characters in 'Planet Hulk,' with comments from Greg Pak and illo by Aaron Lopresti; Hellboy timeline; Jim Lee opens up his WildCats sketchbook, with comments from Lee; Wizard Insider: Marvel Boy, Iron Man profiles; Q & A with Clive Barker; Rodolfo Migliari illo of Hong Kong Phooey, Yukk the Dog and Underdog; Daniel Way comments on Wolverine: Origins; Q & A with Halle Berry on X-Men: The Last Stand; article on Superman's cinematic odyssey; Wizard jam session: 52 is discussed by Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka and Mark Waid; article on the Civil War story conference, with comments from Mark Millar, Brian Michael Bendis, Jeph Loeb, Joss Whedon and others; a day in the life of Adam Kubert and Andy Kubert, with comments from the brothers; the 100 best single-issue comics of the past 30-or-so years; Book of the Month: Superman/Batman #26, with comments from Brian K. Vaughan, Geoff Johns, Brad Meltzer, Joe Casey and Tim Sale; Secret Stash: The Middleman. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #176A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 176A

    X-Men: The Last Stand photo cover. SUMMER PREVIEW ISSUE. Interview with Jeph Loeb & J. Scott Campbell on their Spider-Man title; X-Men: The Last Stand coverage with Brett Ratner, Daniel Cudmore, Ralph Winter, Kelsey Grammer; Civil War coverage with Tom Brevoort, Mark Millar, Brian Michael Bendis, Ed Brubaker, Axel Alonso, Marc Guggenheim, Andy Schmidt, David Hine; '52' character designs by Chris Batista, Shawn Moll & J.G. Jones; 'Who is Daredevil?' article, with illo by Roy Allan Martinez; Keith Giffen comments on baddies Lex Luthor & Annihilus; 5 Questions with Gail Simone; Jim Lee interview; Superman Returns coverage with Bryan Singer, Brandon Routh, Kate Bosworth & Kevin Spacey; Allan Heinberg comments on his 6 favorite modern Wonder Woman tales; Mark Millar comments on Ultimates 2; Wizard selects its Avengers dream team roster, with illo by Leonard Kirk; Alex Ross & Jim Krueger comment on Justice; interview with Joe Quesada & J. Michael Straczynski on Spider-Man; Michael Turner comments on his projects; Wizard Insider: Everything you need to know about Mjolnir; Warren Ellis interview; Kurt Busiek comments on Superman; 5 pages from Superman #654 by Busiek, Carlos Pacheco & Jesus Merino; Grant Morrison comments on Batman; 7 pages from Batman #655 by Morrison & Andy Kubert; Paul Dini comments on Detective Comics; Ed Brubaker comments on everything he loves & hates about the X-Men; Mike Mignola comments on his projects; Brad Meltzer comments on his favorite parts of each JLA era; Brian Michael Bendis comments on Ultimate Spider-Man; Grant Morrison & Jim Lee comment on WildCats; Jeff Parker comments on Agents of Atlas; 5 Questions with Paul Levitz. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #176B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 176B

    Iron Man vs Captain America 'Civil War' cover by Michael Turner. SUMMER PREVIEW ISSUE. Interview with Jeph Loeb & J. Scott Campbell on their Spider-Man title; X-Men: The Last Stand coverage with Brett Ratner, Daniel Cudmore, Ralph Winter, Kelsey Grammer; Civil War coverage with Tom Brevoort, Mark Millar, Brian Michael Bendis, Ed Brubaker, Axel Alonso, Marc Guggenheim, Andy Schmidt, David Hine; '52' character designs by Chris Batista, Shawn Moll & J.G. Jones; 'Who is Daredevil?' article, with illo by Roy Allan Martinez; Keith Giffen comments on baddies Lex Luthor & Annihilus; 5 Questions with Gail Simone; Jim Lee interview; Superman Returns coverage with Bryan Singer, Brandon Routh, Kate Bosworth & Kevin Spacey; Allan Heinberg comments on his 6 favorite modern Wonder Woman tales; Mark Millar comments on Ultimates 2; Wizard selects its Avengers dream team roster, with illo by Leonard Kirk; Alex Ross & Jim Krueger comment on Justice; interview with Joe Quesada & J. Michael Straczynski on Spider-Man; Michael Turner comments on his projects; Wizard Insider: Everything you need to know about Mjolnir; Warren Ellis interview; Kurt Busiek comments on Superman; 5 pages from Superman #654 by Busiek, Carlos Pacheco & Jesus Merino; Grant Morrison comments on Batman; 7 pages from Batman #655 by Morrison & Andy Kubert; Paul Dini comments on Detective Comics; Ed Brubaker comments on everything he loves & hates about the X-Men; Mike Mignola comments on his projects; Brad Meltzer comments on his favorite parts of each JLA era; Brian Michael Bendis comments on Ultimate Spider-Man; Grant Morrison & Jim Lee comment on WildCats; Jeff Parker comments on Agents of Atlas; 5 Questions with Paul Levitz. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #177A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 177A

    Lex Luthor (Kevin Spacey) photo cover. Geoff Johns & Alex Ross comment on Justice Society of America; Ed McGuinness comments on his exclusive Marvel deal; 5 Questions with Seth Green & Hugh Sterbakov (Freshmen); Wizard Insider: Taskmaster, with illo by Steve Epting; a look back at the Captain America/Iron Man skirmishes through the years; Ethan Van Sciver's Superman/Batman sketchbook; Blade tv series coverage with Kirk 'Sticky Fingaz' Jones & Neil Jackson; article on Wonder Woman's icon status with Allan Heinberg & Phil Jimenez; Joe Quesada comments on Daredevil; article on Frank Miller & Robert Rodriguez's Sin City 2; article on Conan creator Robert E. Howard; Brad Meltzer comments on Justice League of America; 3 pages from Justice League of America #1 by Meltzer & Ed Benes; Charlie Huston runs down his 5 phases for reviving Moon Knight; article on Hispanic artists Daniel Acuña, Ramon Bachs, Al Barrionuevo, BIT & Jesus Saiz; Q & A with Kevin Spacey on Superman Returns; article on the '100 Greatest Villains of All time' from comics & pop culture; Jon Favreau & Avi Arad comment on Iron Man & future Marvel films; 5 Questions with Kal Penn (Superman Returns); Wizard grades every Superman DVD ever made; Craig Kyle & Chris Yost comment on New X-Men; David Petersen comments on Mouse Guard. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #177B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 177B

    Sin City 2 (Angelina Jolie) photo cover. Geoff Johns & Alex Ross comment on Justice Society of America; Ed McGuinness comments on his exclusive Marvel deal; 5 Questions with Seth Green & Hugh Sterbakov (Freshmen); Wizard Insider: Taskmaster, with illo by Steve Epting; a look back at the Captain America/Iron Man skirmishes through the years; Ethan Van Sciver's Superman/Batman sketchbook; Blade tv series coverage with Kirk 'Sticky Fingaz' Jones & Neil Jackson; article on Wonder Woman's icon status with Allan Heinberg & Phil Jimenez; Joe Quesada comments on Daredevil; article on Frank Miller & Robert Rodriguez's Sin City 2; article on Conan creator Robert E. Howard; Brad Meltzer comments on Justice League of America; 3 pages from Justice League of America #1 by Meltzer & Ed Benes; Charlie Huston runs down his 5 phases for reviving Moon Knight; article on Hispanic artists Daniel Acuña, Ramon Bachs, Al Barrionuevo, BIT & Jesus Saiz; Q & A with Kevin Spacey on Superman Returns; article on the '100 Greatest Villains of All time' from comics & pop culture; Jon Favreau & Avi Arad comment on Iron Man & future Marvel films; 5 Questions with Kal Penn (Superman Returns); Wizard grades every Superman DVD ever made; Craig Kyle & Chris Yost comment on New X-Men; David Petersen comments on Mouse Guard. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #178A
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 178A

    Superman Returns photo cover. 5 Questions with Chuck D (Public Enemy); Chris Gage & Mike Perkins comment on Union Jack, with character sketches by Perkins; Jeph Loeb interview; Spider-Man's unmasking in Civil War, with comments from J. Michael Straczynski, Joe Quesada, Tom Brevoort & Axel Alonso; a look at the hidden highlights of 'the most important page of '52''; interview with Jeph Loeb & Ed McGuinness on Ultimates 4; a look at Black Panther's scrapbook and what he's endured with Iron Man; article on Dark Horse Comics, with comments from Diana Schutz, Mike Richardson, David Scroggy & Scott Allie; a look at the 'out of control' antics of the Silver Age Supergirl; Brian Michael Bendis answers fans' New Avengers questions; Brian Azzarello comments on Loveless; Brian Wood comments on DMZ; Simon Oliver comments on The Exterminators; Q & A with Brandon Routh on Superman Returns; article on Plastic Man creator Jack Cole, with illo by John Watson; Paul Giamatti interview; 6-page Daily Bugle special supplement; Brad Meltzer comments on who might make the cut on the new Justice League of America; Q & A with Grant Morrison & Paul Dini on Batman; the Flash family tree; Wizard Insider: Warpath; 'Who is Mike Carey?'; interview with Kurt Busiek on Superman; article on the new OMAC; Witchblade timeline; article on new Fantastic Four cartoon; 5 Questions with Joe Dante; interview with Brian O'Halloran on Clerks II; Secret Stash: Villains. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #178B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 178B

    Justice League of America cover by Michael Turner. 5 Questions with Chuck D (Public Enemy); Chris Gage & Mike Perkins comment on Union Jack, with character sketches by Perkins; Jeph Loeb interview; Spider-Man's unmasking in Civil War, with comments from J. Michael Straczynski, Joe Quesada, Tom Brevoort & Axel Alonso; a look at the hidden highlights of 'the most important page of '52''; interview with Jeph Loeb & Ed McGuinness on Ultimates 4; a look at Black Panther's scrapbook and what he's endured with Iron Man; article on Dark Horse Comics, with comments from Diana Schutz, Mike Richardson, David Scroggy & Scott Allie; a look at the 'out of control' antics of the Silver Age Supergirl; Brian Michael Bendis answers fans' New Avengers questions; Brian Azzarello comments on Loveless; Brian Wood comments on DMZ; Simon Oliver comments on The Exterminators; Q & A with Brandon Routh on Superman Returns; article on Plastic Man creator Jack Cole, with illo by John Watson; Paul Giamatti interview; 6-page Daily Bugle special supplement; Brad Meltzer comments on who might make the cut on the new Justice League of America; Q & A with Grant Morrison & Paul Dini on Batman; the Flash family tree; Wizard Insider: Warpath; 'Who is Mike Carey?'; interview with Kurt Busiek on Superman; article on the new OMAC; Witchblade timeline; article on new Fantastic Four cartoon; 5 Questions with Joe Dante; interview with Brian O'Halloran on Clerks II; Secret Stash: Villains. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #180B
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 180B

    Frank Cho Avengers Cover. WIZARD: THE COMICS MAGAZINE #180 2006 FALL PREVIEW! Hundreds of books, dozens of creators, all the top publishers-we take you back to school for our 2006 Fall Preview, bringing you up to speed on everything you need to know, from DC's Batman by Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert to the new direction for Uncanny X-Men by Ed Brubaker and Billy Tan! 'ACTION'-PACKED SNEEK PEEK! Get an exclusive first look at a preview of Adam Kubert's upcoming run on Action Comics (along with two blockbuster but hush-hush writers)! Kubert's first DC book will surely fly off shelves faster than a speeding bullet, so get your first glimpse here! WILDSTORM FORECAST! Grant Morrison teams with Jim Lee to relaunch WildCats, while joining Gene Ha for a revamp of The Authority! What's in store when the most maniacal mind in comics spearheads these WildStorm revivals? UNCOVERED: BENDIS & CHO'S NEW BOOK! We've got the exclusive preview of a top-secret new series from the A-list creative team of Brian Michael Bendis and Frank Cho that debuts later this year. Get your first look right here! GET 'LOST'! The hottest, most talked-about TV series returns to ABC for its third season, and we've got the inside track on why 'Lost' rules the airwaves...and the water coolers! 'ASTONISHING' DEVELOPMENTS! Astonishing X-Men, the hit title by 'Buffy' creator Joss Whedon and artist John Cassaday, goes monthly throughout the fall with a shocking storyline guaranteed to alter your genetic makeup! Get all the details here! Magazine (Cover: 'Lost' photo cover) $5.99 Magazine (Cover: WildCats by Jim Lee) $5.99 Magazine (Cover: Avengers by Frank Cho) $5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #181AP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 181AP

    X-men cover. Polybagged. ULTIMATE CROSSOVER The Ultimate Universe is about to welcome some guests from out of town-the Squadron Supreme! And the hottest Marvel talent imaginable brings this first-ever crossover event to life: Brian Michael Bendis, Jeph Loeb and J. Michael Straczynski! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #181AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 181AU

    X-men cover. Not polybagged. ULTIMATE CROSSOVER The Ultimate Universe is about to welcome some guests from out of town-the Squadron Supreme! And the hottest Marvel talent imaginable brings this first-ever crossover event to life: Brian Michael Bendis, Jeph Loeb and J. Michael Straczynski! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #182AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 182AU

    Photo cover. NOT Polybagged. HOLLYWOOD'S TOUGHEST HOTTIES! Wizard revels in Girl Power, as we rank the toughest female butt-kickers from movies and TV! Can Buffy out-duel Wonder Woman? Will Kate from 'Lost' claw her way to No. 1? Or does Lara Craft take the treasure? Find out here! 'CIVIL WAR' CORRESPONDENT Straight from the frontlines, Wizard gets the scoop on Civil War as it rolls towards its stunning conclusion. Did Spider-Man make the mistake of his life with his role in the conflict? And what does Tony Stark's 50 State Initiative mean for the Marvel U.? It's Marvel history in the making! 1986: COMICS' GREATEST YEAR Take a look back at the year that everything changed for the comic industry. In the wake of seminal works like Dark Knight Returns, Maus and Watchmen, we examine how 1986 changed comics-and the effects that are still felt today. JOHNS, DONNER ON 'ACTION': BUILDING A BETTER BIZARRO New Action Comics writers Geoff Johns and legendary 'Superman' director Richard Donner discuss their plans for turning Bizarro into THE premier threat for the Man of Steel for their upcoming stint! DREAM 'WOLVERINE' TEAM Wizard welcomes the new creative team on Wolverine-super-scribe Jeph Loeb (Superman/Batman, upcoming Ultimates 3) and hot new import artist Simone Bianchi (Green Lantern covers)-with an inside look at what this dynamic duo has planned, from plot teases to exclusive sketches! BOLLAND COVER STORY One of the best artists in the biz, Brian Bolland (The Invisibles, The Flash) is set to take over as the cover artist on Birds of Prey in 2007. We'll take a look back at the career of this master with a cover gallery complete with commentary from Bolland! Magazine (Hollywood's Toughest Chicks movie photos) $5.99 Magazine (Iron Man/Spidey Civil War) $5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #182BP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 182BP

    Polybagged. Iron Man vs Spider-Man "Civil War" cover by Clayton Crain. HOLLYWOOD'S TOUGHEST HOTTIES! Wizard revels in Girl Power, as we rank the toughest female butt-kickers from movies and TV! Can Buffy out-duel Wonder Woman? Will Kate from 'Lost' claw her way to No. 1? Or does Lara Craft take the treasure? Find out here! 'CIVIL WAR' CORRESPONDENT Straight from the frontlines, Wizard gets the scoop on Civil War as it rolls towards its stunning conclusion. Did Spider-Man make the mistake of his life with his role in the conflict? And what does Tony Stark's 50 State Initiative mean for the Marvel U.? It's Marvel history in the making! 1986: COMICS' GREATEST YEAR Take a look back at the year that everything changed for the comic industry. In the wake of seminal works like Dark Knight Returns, Maus and Watchmen, we examine how 1986 changed comics-and the effects that are still felt today. JOHNS, DONNER ON 'ACTION': BUILDING A BETTER BIZARRO New Action Comics writers Geoff Johns and legendary 'Superman' director Richard Donner discuss their plans for turning Bizarro into THE premier threat for the Man of Steel for their upcoming stint! DREAM 'WOLVERINE' TEAM Wizard welcomes the new creative team on Wolverine-super-scribe Jeph Loeb (Superman/Batman, upcoming Ultimates 3) and hot new import artist Simone Bianchi (Green Lantern covers)-with an inside look at what this dynamic duo has planned, from plot teases to exclusive sketches! BOLLAND COVER STORY One of the best artists in the biz, Brian Bolland (The Invisibles, The Flash) is set to take over as the cover artist on Birds of Prey in 2007. We'll take a look back at the career of this master with a cover gallery complete with commentary from Bolland! Magazine (Hollywood's Toughest Chicks movie photos) Iron Man vs Spider-Man "Civil War" cover by Clayton Crain. PLUS: Cameron Stewart interview (The Other Side), Ron Marz discusses Samurai: Heaven & Earth, Joss Whedon interview (Astonishing X-Men), Grant Morrison discusses Batman, Jim Lee comments on Wildstorm relaunch, Brad Meltzer discusses Justice League of America, Steve Scott illo of 'Bad Guys Who Wear Pink,' Marv Wolfman discusses Terra, Mark Waid discusses Onslaught, Dale Eaglesham's Justice Society sketches, Tom DeFalco discusses Spider-Girl, Brian K. Vaughan interview, Adam Beechen comments on Robin, Keith Giffen interview, Jeff Parker discusses Agents of Atlas. (NOTE: No Brian Bolland in this issue.) $5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #182BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 182BU

    Not polybagged. Iron Man vs Spider-Man "Civil War" cover by Clayton Crain. HOLLYWOOD'S TOUGHEST HOTTIES! Wizard revels in Girl Power, as we rank the toughest female butt-kickers from movies and TV! Can Buffy out-duel Wonder Woman? Will Kate from 'Lost' claw her way to No. 1? Or does Lara Craft take the treasure? Find out here! 'CIVIL WAR' CORRESPONDENT Straight from the frontlines, Wizard gets the scoop on Civil War as it rolls towards its stunning conclusion. Did Spider-Man make the mistake of his life with his role in the conflict? And what does Tony Stark's 50 State Initiative mean for the Marvel U.? It's Marvel history in the making! 1986: COMICS' GREATEST YEAR Take a look back at the year that everything changed for the comic industry. In the wake of seminal works like Dark Knight Returns, Maus and Watchmen, we examine how 1986 changed comics-and the effects that are still felt today. JOHNS, DONNER ON 'ACTION': BUILDING A BETTER BIZARRO New Action Comics writers Geoff Johns and legendary 'Superman' director Richard Donner discuss their plans for turning Bizarro into THE premier threat for the Man of Steel for their upcoming stint! DREAM 'WOLVERINE' TEAM Wizard welcomes the new creative team on Wolverine-super-scribe Jeph Loeb (Superman/Batman, upcoming Ultimates 3) and hot new import artist Simone Bianchi (Green Lantern covers)-with an inside look at what this dynamic duo has planned, from plot teases to exclusive sketches! BOLLAND COVER STORY One of the best artists in the biz, Brian Bolland (The Invisibles, The Flash) is set to take over as the cover artist on Birds of Prey in 2007. We'll take a look back at the career of this master with a cover gallery complete with commentary from Bolland! Magazine (Hollywood's Toughest Chicks movie photos) Iron Man vs Spider-Man "Civil War" cover by Clayton Crain. PLUS: Cameron Stewart interview (The Other Side), Ron Marz discusses Samurai: Heaven & Earth, Joss Whedon interview (Astonishing X-Men), Grant Morrison discusses Batman, Jim Lee comments on Wildstorm relaunch, Brad Meltzer discusses Justice League of America, Steve Scott illo of 'Bad Guys Who Wear Pink,' Marv Wolfman discusses Terra, Mark Waid discusses Onslaught, Dale Eaglesham's Justice Society sketches, Tom DeFalco discusses Spider-Girl, Brian K. Vaughan interview, Adam Beechen comments on Robin, Keith Giffen interview, Jeff Parker discusses Agents of Atlas. (NOTE: No Brian Bolland in this issue.) $5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #183AP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 183AP

    Polybagged. Captain America vs Iron Man "Civil War" cover by Ed McGuinness & Dexter Vines. 'CIVIL WAR' AFTERMATH One of comics most controversial events soldiers on into 2007! What happens to the Marvel Universe once the last shot is fired? Who lives, who dies and what lives will be altered forever? Find out, as Wizard reports straight from the frontlines. WIZARD'S BEST OF 2006 Wizard announces its selections for the Best of 2006! What publisher ruled the racks? What's going to be the best series of the year? Who's the best writer and artist of the past 12 months? Did Infinite Crisis take home the award for best mini-series? Did Civil War serve up the greatest moment in comics this year? Pick up this issue and let the great debates begin! MAN OF THE YEAR-2006 What single individual had the greatest impact on comics this past year? Was it Marvel's Joe Quesada? DC's Dan DiDio? Was it writers Brian Michael Bendis, Keith Giffen, Mark Millar or Geoff Johns who left the biggest stamp? Did John Cassaday, Steve McNiven, Jim Lee or Cary Nord make the biggest impact? We'll bestow this impressive honor on only ONE creator! WIZARD HAS IT ALL! Just because we're naming our best of 2006 doesn't mean we've forgotten what's hot in comics right now! We're about to hit the halfway mark of DC's nail-biting weekly series event 52, so we'll take a look back at what's already happened, and we'll peek into the future to see what's coming up! Also, we've got the latest reports on Marvel's universe-fracturing event Civil War, a look at the upcoming 'Ghost Rider' movie starring Nicolas Cage, as well as some holiday humor and gift guides just in time for the holidays! Whew! This ish is so jam-packed, you'll need a wheelbarrow to cart it around! PLUS: Brief interview with Nicola Scott (Birds of Prey), 5 questions with Darick Robertson (The Boys), Brian K. Vaughan interview, Ed Brubaker discusses Daredevil, J.G. Jones' 52 covers commentary, Bryan Lee O'Malley discusses Scott Pilgrim. $5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #183AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 183AU

    Not polybagged. Captain America vs Iron Man "Civil War" cover by Ed McGuinness & Dexter Vines. 'CIVIL WAR' AFTERMATH One of comics most controversial events soldiers on into 2007! What happens to the Marvel Universe once the last shot is fired? Who lives, who dies and what lives will be altered forever? Find out, as Wizard reports straight from the frontlines. WIZARD'S BEST OF 2006 Wizard announces its selections for the Best of 2006! What publisher ruled the racks? What's going to be the best series of the year? Who's the best writer and artist of the past 12 months? Did Infinite Crisis take home the award for best mini-series? Did Civil War serve up the greatest moment in comics this year? Pick up this issue and let the great debates begin! MAN OF THE YEAR-2006 What single individual had the greatest impact on comics this past year? Was it Marvel's Joe Quesada? DC's Dan DiDio? Was it writers Brian Michael Bendis, Keith Giffen, Mark Millar or Geoff Johns who left the biggest stamp? Did John Cassaday, Steve McNiven, Jim Lee or Cary Nord make the biggest impact? We'll bestow this impressive honor on only ONE creator! WIZARD HAS IT ALL! Just because we're naming our best of 2006 doesn't mean we've forgotten what's hot in comics right now! We're about to hit the halfway mark of DC's nail-biting weekly series event 52, so we'll take a look back at what's already happened, and we'll peek into the future to see what's coming up! Also, we've got the latest reports on Marvel's universe-fracturing event Civil War, a look at the upcoming 'Ghost Rider' movie starring Nicolas Cage, as well as some holiday humor and gift guides just in time for the holidays! Whew! This ish is so jam-packed, you'll need a wheelbarrow to cart it around! PLUS: Brief interview with Nicola Scott (Birds of Prey), 5 questions with Darick Robertson (The Boys), Brian K. Vaughan interview, Ed Brubaker discusses Daredevil, J.G. Jones' 52 covers commentary, Bryan Lee O'Malley discusses Scott Pilgrim. $5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #183BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 183BU

    Not polybagged. Ultimate Alliance (Marvel's superhero video game) painted cover by Gabriele Dell'Otto.' 'CIVIL WAR' AFTERMATH One of comics most controversial events soldiers on into 2007! What happens to the Marvel Universe once the last shot is fired? Who lives, who dies and what lives will be altered forever? Find out, as Wizard reports straight from the frontlines. WIZARD'S BEST OF 2006 Wizard announces its selections for the Best of 2006! What publisher ruled the racks? What's going to be the best series of the year? Who's the best writer and artist of the past 12 months? Did Infinite Crisis take home the award for best mini-series? Did Civil War serve up the greatest moment in comics this year? Pick up this issue and let the great debates begin! MAN OF THE YEAR-2006 What single individual had the greatest impact on comics this past year? Was it Marvel's Joe Quesada? DC's Dan DiDio? Was it writers Brian Michael Bendis, Keith Giffen, Mark Millar or Geoff Johns who left the biggest stamp? Did John Cassaday, Steve McNiven, Jim Lee or Cary Nord make the biggest impact? We'll bestow this impressive honor on only ONE creator! WIZARD HAS IT ALL! Just because we're naming our best of 2006 doesn't mean we've forgotten what's hot in comics right now! We're about to hit the halfway mark of DC's nail-biting weekly series event 52, so we'll take a look back at what's already happened, and we'll peek into the future to see what's coming up! Also, we've got the latest reports on Marvel's universe-fracturing event Civil War, a look at the upcoming 'Ghost Rider' movie starring Nicolas Cage, as well as some holiday humor and gift guides just in time for the holidays! Whew! This ish is so jam-packed, you'll need a wheelbarrow to cart it around! __Cover (Upcoming Marvel Movie photo collage) $5.99 __Cover (Civil War: Iron Man/Captain America) $5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #184AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 184AU

    183 REASONS 2007 WILL ROCK cover. Not polybagged. 2007 PREVIEW ISSUE! Get the complete 411 on all the top comic projects, movies, DVDs, toys, anime & manga, video games and more in our monster 100-plus page preview blowout! 'SPIDER-MAN 3' UNMASKED! Wizard continues its Spider-Man movie blitz as the third installment hits theaters this summer in THE most anticipated superhero movie of the year! We'll dish on the Wall-crawler's battle with Venom and Sandman, Peter Parker's new love interest and what's going on with 'Spider-Man 4'! SUPER-MOVIE BONANZA Buy your 10-gallon bucket of popcorn now; you're gonna need it for all the superhero and comic book flicks hitting movie screens in 2007! Besides 'Spider-Man 3,' we'll take a look at what's coming up with 'Ghost Rider,' 'Fantastic Four 2,' 'Transformers,' '300' and loads more! KING OF COMICS World-renowned horror master Stephen King (Lisey's Story) brings his considerable talents to comics when he teams with artist Jae Lee to adapt his ongoing fantasy series, The Dark Tower, for Marvel Comics! King's conquered the best-seller list; can he take over comics as well? Find out here! COMICS CAVALCADE! There's a host of monster projects hitting in 2007, and we've got the scoop. How does Civil War end, and what does it mean for the Marvel U.? What can you expect from DC's weekly 52? Plus, find out about All Star Batgirl and All Star Wonder Woman! Get the dirt on the latest JSA/JLA team-up! And what do Joe Quesada and J. Michael Straczynski have in store for their top-secret Spider-Man project? All that and hundreds more! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #184BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 184BU

    BACK IN BLACK cover. Not polybagged. 2007 PREVIEW ISSUE! Get the complete 411 on all the top comic projects, movies, DVDs, toys, anime & manga, video games and more in our monster 100-plus page preview blowout! 'SPIDER-MAN 3' UNMASKED! Wizard continues its Spider-Man movie blitz as the third installment hits theaters this summer in THE most anticipated superhero movie of the year! We'll dish on the Wall-crawler's battle with Venom and Sandman, Peter Parker's new love interest and what's going on with 'Spider-Man 4'! SUPER-MOVIE BONANZA Buy your 10-gallon bucket of popcorn now; you're gonna need it for all the superhero and comic book flicks hitting movie screens in 2007! Besides 'Spider-Man 3,' we'll take a look at what's coming up with 'Ghost Rider,' 'Fantastic Four 2,' 'Transformers,' '300' and loads more! KING OF COMICS World-renowned horror master Stephen King (Lisey's Story) brings his considerable talents to comics when he teams with artist Jae Lee to adapt his ongoing fantasy series, The Dark Tower, for Marvel Comics! King's conquered the best-seller list; can he take over comics as well? Find out here! COMICS CAVALCADE! There's a host of monster projects hitting in 2007, and we've got the scoop. How does Civil War end, and what does it mean for the Marvel U.? What can you expect from DC's weekly 52? Plus, find out about All Star Batgirl and All Star Wonder Woman! Get the dirt on the latest JSA/JLA team-up! And what do Joe Quesada and J. Michael Straczynski have in store for their top-secret Spider-Man project? All that and hundreds more! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #185AP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 185AP

    Polybagged, Captain America & Iron Man "Civil War The End" cover by Phil Jimenez. Geoff Johns, Joe Quesada & Mark Waid comment on weekly comics; actor Scott Porter's ambition to play Green Lantern on Smallville; 5 Questions with Walt Flanagan (War of the Undead); Civil War fallout, with comments from Mark Millar & Tom Brevoort on Iron Man, and from Ed Brubaker & Millar on Captain America; 'Black From the Dead' - coverage of the return of Spider-Man's black costume, with comments from Peter David, Robert Aguirre-Sacasa, Axel Alonso & Brevoort; a look at how Alex Ross took the goofy fun of Super Friends and did it Justice; Brian Michael Bendis comments on the new New Avengers, with illo by Aaron Lopresti; 'Fight of the Century': Booster Gold vs Skeets; answers to questions about the X-Men from Mike Carey, Brubaker, Craig Kyle & Peter David; the favorite Joker moments of Bendis, Waid, Millar, Tony Daniel, Greg Rucka, Brian K. Vaughan, Brad Meltzer, Ron Marz, Don Kramer, Jerry Ordway, Mark Bagley, Keith Giffen, Christos Gage, Marc Andreyko & Kurt Busiek; Paul Dini's plans for Detective Comics; Peter David & Robin Furth comment on Stephen King's The Dark Tower; Mark Steven Johnson comments on potential Preacher HBO series; Tim Flattery discusses the Fantasticar from Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer; article on superhero team-ups, with comments from Mark Waid; Jeff Smith interview; article on Heroes tv show, with comments from Zachary Quinto, Tim Kring, Jesse Alexander, Ali Larter & Joe Pokaski; theories that link the Kingdom Come future with what the DCU is like now; article on World War Hulk, with comments from Greg Pak & Quesada; a look at the Marvel U's track record against the Hulk; Damon Lindelof comments on Lost; Wizard Insider: Captain Marvel; Q & A with director Mark Steven Johnson on Ghost Rider film; Geoff Johns comments on Action Comics; 4 different comic scripting techniques: Peter David, Alan Moore, Bendis, '52' writers; Wizard Insider: the new Aquaman; article on Miracleman, with illo by Bill Garland; Christos Gage interview; 5 Questions with David Wenham (300 film); Bill Willingham discusses Fables; Secret Stash: Wasteland, with comments from Anthony Johnston; Spider-Man black costume mini price guide. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #185AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 185AU

    Not polybagged, Captain America & Iron Man "Civil War The End" cover by Phil Jimenez. Geoff Johns, Joe Quesada & Mark Waid comment on weekly comics; actor Scott Porter's ambition to play Green Lantern on Smallville; 5 Questions with Walt Flanagan (War of the Undead); Civil War fallout, with comments from Mark Millar & Tom Brevoort on Iron Man, and from Ed Brubaker & Millar on Captain America; 'Black From the Dead' - coverage of the return of Spider-Man's black costume, with comments from Peter David, Robert Aguirre-Sacasa, Axel Alonso & Brevoort; a look at how Alex Ross took the goofy fun of Super Friends and did it Justice; Brian Michael Bendis comments on the new New Avengers, with illo by Aaron Lopresti; 'Fight of the Century': Booster Gold vs Skeets; answers to questions about the X-Men from Mike Carey, Brubaker, Craig Kyle & Peter David; the favorite Joker moments of Bendis, Waid, Millar, Tony Daniel, Greg Rucka, Brian K. Vaughan, Brad Meltzer, Ron Marz, Don Kramer, Jerry Ordway, Mark Bagley, Keith Giffen, Christos Gage, Marc Andreyko & Kurt Busiek; Paul Dini's plans for Detective Comics; Peter David & Robin Furth comment on Stephen King's The Dark Tower; Mark Steven Johnson comments on potential Preacher HBO series; Tim Flattery discusses the Fantasticar from Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer; article on superhero team-ups, with comments from Mark Waid; Jeff Smith interview; article on Heroes tv show, with comments from Zachary Quinto, Tim Kring, Jesse Alexander, Ali Larter & Joe Pokaski; theories that link the Kingdom Come future with what the DCU is like now; article on World War Hulk, with comments from Greg Pak & Quesada; a look at the Marvel U's track record against the Hulk; Damon Lindelof comments on Lost; Wizard Insider: Captain Marvel; Q & A with director Mark Steven Johnson on Ghost Rider film; Geoff Johns comments on Action Comics; 4 different comic scripting techniques: Peter David, Alan Moore, Bendis, '52' writers; Wizard Insider: the new Aquaman; article on Miracleman, with illo by Bill Garland; Christos Gage interview; 5 Questions with David Wenham (300 film); Bill Willingham discusses Fables; Secret Stash: Wasteland, with comments from Anthony Johnston; Spider-Man black costume mini price guide. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #185BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 185BU

    Not polybagged, HEROES cover featuring Hayden Panettiere & Ali Larter. Geoff Johns, Joe Quesada & Mark Waid comment on weekly comics; actor Scott Porter's ambition to play Green Lantern on Smallville; 5 Questions with Walt Flanagan (War of the Undead); Civil War fallout, with comments from Mark Millar & Tom Brevoort on Iron Man, and from Ed Brubaker & Millar on Captain America; 'Black From the Dead' - coverage of the return of Spider-Man's black costume, with comments from Peter David, Robert Aguirre-Sacasa, Axel Alonso & Brevoort; a look at how Alex Ross took the goofy fun of Super Friends and did it Justice; Brian Michael Bendis comments on the new New Avengers, with illo by Aaron Lopresti; 'Fight of the Century': Booster Gold vs Skeets; answers to questions about the X-Men from Mike Carey, Brubaker, Craig Kyle & Peter David; the favorite Joker moments of Bendis, Waid, Millar, Tony Daniel, Greg Rucka, Brian K. Vaughan, Brad Meltzer, Ron Marz, Don Kramer, Jerry Ordway, Mark Bagley, Keith Giffen, Christos Gage, Marc Andreyko & Kurt Busiek; Paul Dini's plans for Detective Comics; Peter David & Robin Furth comment on Stephen King's The Dark Tower; Mark Steven Johnson comments on potential Preacher HBO series; Tim Flattery discusses the Fantasticar from Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer; article on superhero team-ups, with comments from Mark Waid; Jeff Smith interview; article on Heroes tv show, with comments from Zachary Quinto, Tim Kring, Jesse Alexander, Ali Larter & Joe Pokaski; theories that link the Kingdom Come future with what the DCU is like now; article on World War Hulk, with comments from Greg Pak & Quesada; a look at the Marvel U's track record against the Hulk; Damon Lindelof comments on Lost; Wizard Insider: Captain Marvel; Q & A with director Mark Steven Johnson on Ghost Rider film; Geoff Johns comments on Action Comics; 4 different comic scripting techniques: Peter David, Alan Moore, Bendis, '52' writers; Wizard Insider: the new Aquaman; article on Miracleman, with illo by Bill Garland; Christos Gage interview; 5 Questions with David Wenham (300 film); Bill Willingham discusses Fables; Secret Stash: Wasteland, with comments from Anthony Johnston; Spider-Man black costume mini price guide. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #185CU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 185CU

    Not polybagged, GHOST RIDER film cover. Geoff Johns, Joe Quesada & Mark Waid comment on weekly comics; actor Scott Porter's ambition to play Green Lantern on Smallville; 5 Questions with Walt Flanagan (War of the Undead); Civil War fallout, with comments from Mark Millar & Tom Brevoort on Iron Man, and from Ed Brubaker & Millar on Captain America; 'Black From the Dead' - coverage of the return of Spider-Man's black costume, with comments from Peter David, Robert Aguirre-Sacasa, Axel Alonso & Brevoort; a look at how Alex Ross took the goofy fun of Super Friends and did it Justice; Brian Michael Bendis comments on the new New Avengers, with illo by Aaron Lopresti; 'Fight of the Century': Booster Gold vs Skeets; answers to questions about the X-Men from Mike Carey, Brubaker, Craig Kyle & Peter David; the favorite Joker moments of Bendis, Waid, Millar, Tony Daniel, Greg Rucka, Brian K. Vaughan, Brad Meltzer, Ron Marz, Don Kramer, Jerry Ordway, Mark Bagley, Keith Giffen, Christos Gage, Marc Andreyko & Kurt Busiek; Paul Dini's plans for Detective Comics; Peter David & Robin Furth comment on Stephen King's The Dark Tower; Mark Steven Johnson comments on potential Preacher HBO series; Tim Flattery discusses the Fantasticar from Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer; article on superhero team-ups, with comments from Mark Waid; Jeff Smith interview; article on Heroes tv show, with comments from Zachary Quinto, Tim Kring, Jesse Alexander, Ali Larter & Joe Pokaski; theories that link the Kingdom Come future with what the DCU is like now; article on World War Hulk, with comments from Greg Pak & Quesada; a look at the Marvel U's track record against the Hulk; Damon Lindelof comments on Lost; Wizard Insider: Captain Marvel; Q & A with director Mark Steven Johnson on Ghost Rider film; Geoff Johns comments on Action Comics; 4 different comic scripting techniques: Peter David, Alan Moore, Bendis, '52' writers; Wizard Insider: the new Aquaman; article on Miracleman, with illo by Bill Garland; Christos Gage interview; 5 Questions with David Wenham (300 film); Bill Willingham discusses Fables; Secret Stash: Wasteland, with comments from Anthony Johnston; Spider-Man black costume mini price guide. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #186AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 186AU

    Venom cover by Mike Mayhew. Not polybagged. 'SPIDER-MAN 3': VENOM UNLEASHED! The most anticipated comic book movie of 2007, 'Spider-Man 3' features Spidey's psychotic opposite, the murderous Venom! We'll sink our teeth into why Venom's going to be THE breakout character of 2007, and it starts with his May 4 cinematic debut! TOP-SECRET SPIDEY PREVIEW You've been teased long enough: get an exclusive first look at the super-secret Spider-Man project headlined by writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist/Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada! EVERYTHING you know about the Wall-crawler will change with this shocking storyline: 'One More Day'! MORRISON UP TO 'BAT' Grant Morrison once again hits Gotham City to chronicle the adventures of Batman. And who else would Morrison bring to the party but Batman's No. 1 archenemy, the Joker? You'll die laughing when you get the scoop on what Morrison has in store for Batman #663. DC'S BLOCKBUSTER MYSTERY EVENT OF 2007! In this very issue, the publisher makes an exclusive announcement about a top-secret event, one that is sure to be one of the most talked-about and hottest projects of 2007! Get the scoop here! TURTLE POWER The original indy sensation that went on to conquer the world, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles return to the big screen on March 30 in an all-CGI feature film that's sure to blow fans' minds! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #186BP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 186BP

    IT'S ON! Cover. Polybagged. 'SPIDER-MAN 3': VENOM UNLEASHED! The most anticipated comic book movie of 2007, 'Spider-Man 3' features Spidey's psychotic opposite, the murderous Venom! We'll sink our teeth into why Venom's going to be THE breakout character of 2007, and it starts with his May 4 cinematic debut! TOP-SECRET SPIDEY PREVIEW You've been teased long enough: get an exclusive first look at the super-secret Spider-Man project headlined by writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist/Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada! EVERYTHING you know about the Wall-crawler will change with this shocking storyline: 'One More Day'! MORRISON UP TO 'BAT' Grant Morrison once again hits Gotham City to chronicle the adventures of Batman. And who else would Morrison bring to the party but Batman's No. 1 archenemy, the Joker? You'll die laughing when you get the scoop on what Morrison has in store for Batman #663. DC'S BLOCKBUSTER MYSTERY EVENT OF 2007! In this very issue, the publisher makes an exclusive announcement about a top-secret event, one that is sure to be one of the most talked-about and hottest projects of 2007! Get the scoop here! TURTLE POWER The original indy sensation that went on to conquer the world, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles return to the big screen on March 30 in an all-CGI feature film that's sure to blow fans' minds! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #186BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 186BU

    IT'S ON! Cover. Not polybagged. 'SPIDER-MAN 3': VENOM UNLEASHED! The most anticipated comic book movie of 2007, 'Spider-Man 3' features Spidey's psychotic opposite, the murderous Venom! We'll sink our teeth into why Venom's going to be THE breakout character of 2007, and it starts with his May 4 cinematic debut! TOP-SECRET SPIDEY PREVIEW You've been teased long enough: get an exclusive first look at the super-secret Spider-Man project headlined by writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist/Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada! EVERYTHING you know about the Wall-crawler will change with this shocking storyline: 'One More Day'! MORRISON UP TO 'BAT' Grant Morrison once again hits Gotham City to chronicle the adventures of Batman. And who else would Morrison bring to the party but Batman's No. 1 archenemy, the Joker? You'll die laughing when you get the scoop on what Morrison has in store for Batman #663. DC'S BLOCKBUSTER MYSTERY EVENT OF 2007! In this very issue, the publisher makes an exclusive announcement about a top-secret event, one that is sure to be one of the most talked-about and hottest projects of 2007! Get the scoop here! TURTLE POWER The original indy sensation that went on to conquer the world, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles return to the big screen on March 30 in an all-CGI feature film that's sure to blow fans' minds! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #186CP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 186CP

    Superman "Jimmy Olsen...Dead?" Countdown cover by Ed Benes & Sandra Hope. Polybagged. 'SPIDER-MAN 3': VENOM UNLEASHED! The most anticipated comic book movie of 2007, 'Spider-Man 3' features Spidey's psychotic opposite, the murderous Venom! We'll sink our teeth into why Venom's going to be THE breakout character of 2007, and it starts with his May 4 cinematic debut! TOP-SECRET SPIDEY PREVIEW You've been teased long enough: get an exclusive first look at the super-secret Spider-Man project headlined by writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist/Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada! EVERYTHING you know about the Wall-crawler will change with this shocking storyline: 'One More Day'! MORRISON UP TO 'BAT' Grant Morrison once again hits Gotham City to chronicle the adventures of Batman. And who else would Morrison bring to the party but Batman's No. 1 archenemy, the Joker? You'll die laughing when you get the scoop on what Morrison has in store for Batman #663. DC'S BLOCKBUSTER MYSTERY EVENT OF 2007! In this very issue, the publisher makes an exclusive announcement about a top-secret event, one that is sure to be one of the most talked-about and hottest projects of 2007! Get the scoop here! TURTLE POWER The original indy sensation that went on to conquer the world, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles return to the big screen on March 30 in an all-CGI feature film that's sure to blow fans' minds! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #186DU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 186DU

    KISS cover by Rodolfo Migliari. Not polybagged. 'SPIDER-MAN 3': VENOM UNLEASHED! The most anticipated comic book movie of 2007, 'Spider-Man 3' features Spidey's psychotic opposite, the murderous Venom! We'll sink our teeth into why Venom's going to be THE breakout character of 2007, and it starts with his May 4 cinematic debut! TOP-SECRET SPIDEY PREVIEW You've been teased long enough: get an exclusive first look at the super-secret Spider-Man project headlined by writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist/Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada! EVERYTHING you know about the Wall-crawler will change with this shocking storyline: 'One More Day'! MORRISON UP TO 'BAT' Grant Morrison once again hits Gotham City to chronicle the adventures of Batman. And who else would Morrison bring to the party but Batman's No. 1 archenemy, the Joker? You'll die laughing when you get the scoop on what Morrison has in store for Batman #663. DC'S BLOCKBUSTER MYSTERY EVENT OF 2007! In this very issue, the publisher makes an exclusive announcement about a top-secret event, one that is sure to be one of the most talked-about and hottest projects of 2007! Get the scoop here! TURTLE POWER The original indy sensation that went on to conquer the world, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles return to the big screen on March 30 in an all-CGI feature film that's sure to blow fans' minds! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #187AP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 187AP

    SPIDER-MAN 3 cover. Polybagged. SENSATIONAL 'SPIDER-MAN 3'! IT'S FINALLY HERE! 'Spider-Man 3' swings into theaters on May 4, and we're on hand for the biggest comic movie event of the summer! Can Sam Raimi complete the perfect superhero movie trilogy? And will he and Tobey Maguire be back for 'Spider-Man 4'? Find out here, webheads! SLAVE TO THE 'GRINDHOUSE' With TWO powerhouse directors in Quentin Tarantino ('Kill Bill') and Robert Rodriguez ('Sin City'), 'Grindhouse' looks to be THE smash horror hit of the year. We talk with both directors, as well as stars Rose McGowan and Marley Shelton. HULK DECLARES WAR ON MARVEL U.! Marvel's Green Goliath goes on a rampage when he returns from space, and his first victims are the heroes of the Marvel Universe who exiled him-the Illuminati, including Iron Man, Mr. Fantastic, Namor, Professor X, Dr. Strange and Black Bolt. Can anything hope to stand against a revenge-hungry Hulk? 'FANTASTIC FOUR 2': SURF'S UP! With 'FF2: Rise of the Silver Surfer' streaking into theaters on June 15, Marvel's First Family has a few guests coming into town, namely the Silver Surfer, herald for the planet-eating cosmic menace called Galactus! Get the scoop on how the Surfer will be the breakout character of the highly anticipated sequel. THE JOKE'S ON YOU! Check your chair for whoopee cushions-it's the annual Wizard April Fools' issue, and we've got loads of jokes, pranks and comedy out the wazzoo in store for you! Ready to bust your gut laughing at comics' funniest moments? We're out to break your funny bones with our best April Fools' ish ever! Cover (Spider-Man 3 cover) $5.99 Cover (Grindhouse photo cover) $5.99 Cover (World War Hulk cover) $5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #187AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 187AU

    SPIDER-MAN 3 cover. Not polybagged. SENSATIONAL 'SPIDER-MAN 3'! IT'S FINALLY HERE! 'Spider-Man 3' swings into theaters on May 4, and we're on hand for the biggest comic movie event of the summer! Can Sam Raimi complete the perfect superhero movie trilogy? And will he and Tobey Maguire be back for 'Spider-Man 4'? Find out here, webheads! SLAVE TO THE 'GRINDHOUSE' With TWO powerhouse directors in Quentin Tarantino ('Kill Bill') and Robert Rodriguez ('Sin City'), 'Grindhouse' looks to be THE smash horror hit of the year. We talk with both directors, as well as stars Rose McGowan and Marley Shelton. HULK DECLARES WAR ON MARVEL U.! Marvel's Green Goliath goes on a rampage when he returns from space, and his first victims are the heroes of the Marvel Universe who exiled him-the Illuminati, including Iron Man, Mr. Fantastic, Namor, Professor X, Dr. Strange and Black Bolt. Can anything hope to stand against a revenge-hungry Hulk? 'FANTASTIC FOUR 2': SURF'S UP! With 'FF2: Rise of the Silver Surfer' streaking into theaters on June 15, Marvel's First Family has a few guests coming into town, namely the Silver Surfer, herald for the planet-eating cosmic menace called Galactus! Get the scoop on how the Surfer will be the breakout character of the highly anticipated sequel. THE JOKE'S ON YOU! Check your chair for whoopee cushions-it's the annual Wizard April Fools' issue, and we've got loads of jokes, pranks and comedy out the wazzoo in store for you! Ready to bust your gut laughing at comics' funniest moments? We're out to break your funny bones with our best April Fools' ish ever! Cover (Spider-Man 3 cover) $5.99 Cover (Grindhouse photo cover) $5.99 Cover (World War Hulk cover) $5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #187BP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 187BP

    Captain America "Death of a Legend" cover by Mike Mayhew. Polybagged. SENSATIONAL 'SPIDER-MAN 3'! IT'S FINALLY HERE! 'Spider-Man 3' swings into theaters on May 4, and we're on hand for the biggest comic movie event of the summer! Can Sam Raimi complete the perfect superhero movie trilogy? And will he and Tobey Maguire be back for 'Spider-Man 4'? Find out here, webheads! SLAVE TO THE 'GRINDHOUSE' With TWO powerhouse directors in Quentin Tarantino ('Kill Bill') and Robert Rodriguez ('Sin City'), 'Grindhouse' looks to be THE smash horror hit of the year. We talk with both directors, as well as stars Rose McGowan and Marley Shelton. HULK DECLARES WAR ON MARVEL U.! Marvel's Green Goliath goes on a rampage when he returns from space, and his first victims are the heroes of the Marvel Universe who exiled him-the Illuminati, including Iron Man, Mr. Fantastic, Namor, Professor X, Dr. Strange and Black Bolt. Can anything hope to stand against a revenge-hungry Hulk? 'FANTASTIC FOUR 2': SURF'S UP! With 'FF2: Rise of the Silver Surfer' streaking into theaters on June 15, Marvel's First Family has a few guests coming into town, namely the Silver Surfer, herald for the planet-eating cosmic menace called Galactus! Get the scoop on how the Surfer will be the breakout character of the highly anticipated sequel. THE JOKE'S ON YOU! Check your chair for whoopee cushions-it's the annual Wizard April Fools' issue, and we've got loads of jokes, pranks and comedy out the wazzoo in store for you! Ready to bust your gut laughing at comics' funniest moments? We're out to break your funny bones with our best April Fools' ish ever! Cover (Spider-Man 3 cover) $5.99 Cover (Grindhouse photo cover) $5.99 Cover (World War Hulk cover) $5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #187BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 187BU

    Captain America "Death of a Legend" cover by Mike Mayhew. Not polybagged. SENSATIONAL 'SPIDER-MAN 3'! IT'S FINALLY HERE! 'Spider-Man 3' swings into theaters on May 4, and we're on hand for the biggest comic movie event of the summer! Can Sam Raimi complete the perfect superhero movie trilogy? And will he and Tobey Maguire be back for 'Spider-Man 4'? Find out here, webheads! SLAVE TO THE 'GRINDHOUSE' With TWO powerhouse directors in Quentin Tarantino ('Kill Bill') and Robert Rodriguez ('Sin City'), 'Grindhouse' looks to be THE smash horror hit of the year. We talk with both directors, as well as stars Rose McGowan and Marley Shelton. HULK DECLARES WAR ON MARVEL U.! Marvel's Green Goliath goes on a rampage when he returns from space, and his first victims are the heroes of the Marvel Universe who exiled him-the Illuminati, including Iron Man, Mr. Fantastic, Namor, Professor X, Dr. Strange and Black Bolt. Can anything hope to stand against a revenge-hungry Hulk? 'FANTASTIC FOUR 2': SURF'S UP! With 'FF2: Rise of the Silver Surfer' streaking into theaters on June 15, Marvel's First Family has a few guests coming into town, namely the Silver Surfer, herald for the planet-eating cosmic menace called Galactus! Get the scoop on how the Surfer will be the breakout character of the highly anticipated sequel. THE JOKE'S ON YOU! Check your chair for whoopee cushions-it's the annual Wizard April Fools' issue, and we've got loads of jokes, pranks and comedy out the wazzoo in store for you! Ready to bust your gut laughing at comics' funniest moments? We're out to break your funny bones with our best April Fools' ish ever! Cover (Spider-Man 3 cover) $5.99 Cover (Grindhouse photo cover) $5.99 Cover (World War Hulk cover) $5.99 Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #188AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 188AU

    SPIDER-MAN Cover. Not polybagged. 2007 SUMMER PREVIEW Get the first word on the biggest, hottest and most-anticipated comic book events of the summer right here, from Marvel's first big post- Civil War event, Avengers: The Initiative, to DC's blockbuster JLA/ JSA by the fan-favorite combo of Geoff Johns and Brad Meltzer-and hundreds more to boot! SPIDER-MAN: ONE MORE DAY Spider-Man's going supernova this summer once 'Spider-Man 3' hits on May 4, and to coincide with that highly anticipated flick, Marvel rolls out a super-secret Spider- Man project titled 'One More Day,' a giant wall-crawling event by J. Michael Straczynski and Joe Quesada that will rock the web-head and his fans! HOLLYWOOD'S HOTTEST SUMMER Fanboys and girls will be flocking to theaters in droves this summer, lining up to see some of the most colossal comic book movies ever, including 'Spider-Man 3,' 'Fantastic Four 2: Rise of the Silver Surfer' and 'Transformers'! We've got the scoop on how these comic flicks will rule the silver screen! HULK SMASH MARVEL U.! The heroes of the Marvel Universe find themselves embroiled in a whole new conflict-World War Hulk! When the Green Goliath returns from space, he's out for revenge on the heroes that exiled him. The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets-and that means gamma- irradiated trouble for the Marvel U. DC'S BIGGEST EVENT OF 2007: FOR YOUR EYES ONLY! How does DC follow up on the smash success of its star-studded weekly 52 series? We can't tell you here, but pick up this issue of Wizard to get all the inside information on this sure-fire event spectacular: the all-star creators, the cast of stars and the earth-shattering surprises that await! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #188BP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 188BP

    DC Countdown cover by Stephane Roux. Polybagged. 2007 SUMMER PREVIEW Get the first word on the biggest, hottest and most-anticipated comic book events of the summer right here, from Marvel's first big post- Civil War event, Avengers: The Initiative, to DC's blockbuster JLA/ JSA by the fan-favorite combo of Geoff Johns and Brad Meltzer-and hundreds more to boot! SPIDER-MAN: ONE MORE DAY Spider-Man's going supernova this summer once 'Spider-Man 3' hits on May 4, and to coincide with that highly anticipated flick, Marvel rolls out a super-secret Spider- Man project titled 'One More Day,' a giant wall-crawling event by J. Michael Straczynski and Joe Quesada that will rock the web-head and his fans! HOLLYWOOD'S HOTTEST SUMMER Fanboys and girls will be flocking to theaters in droves this summer, lining up to see some of the most colossal comic book movies ever, including 'Spider-Man 3,' 'Fantastic Four 2: Rise of the Silver Surfer' and 'Transformers'! We've got the scoop on how these comic flicks will rule the silver screen! HULK SMASH MARVEL U.! The heroes of the Marvel Universe find themselves embroiled in a whole new conflict-World War Hulk! When the Green Goliath returns from space, he's out for revenge on the heroes that exiled him. The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets-and that means gamma- irradiated trouble for the Marvel U. DC'S BIGGEST EVENT OF 2007: FOR YOUR EYES ONLY! How does DC follow up on the smash success of its star-studded weekly 52 series? We can't tell you here, but pick up this issue of Wizard to get all the inside information on this sure-fire event spectacular: the all-star creators, the cast of stars and the earth-shattering surprises that await! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #188BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 188BU

    DC Countdown cover by Stephane Roux. Not polybagged. 2007 SUMMER PREVIEW Get the first word on the biggest, hottest and most-anticipated comic book events of the summer right here, from Marvel's first big post- Civil War event, Avengers: The Initiative, to DC's blockbuster JLA/ JSA by the fan-favorite combo of Geoff Johns and Brad Meltzer-and hundreds more to boot! SPIDER-MAN: ONE MORE DAY Spider-Man's going supernova this summer once 'Spider-Man 3' hits on May 4, and to coincide with that highly anticipated flick, Marvel rolls out a super-secret Spider- Man project titled 'One More Day,' a giant wall-crawling event by J. Michael Straczynski and Joe Quesada that will rock the web-head and his fans! HOLLYWOOD'S HOTTEST SUMMER Fanboys and girls will be flocking to theaters in droves this summer, lining up to see some of the most colossal comic book movies ever, including 'Spider-Man 3,' 'Fantastic Four 2: Rise of the Silver Surfer' and 'Transformers'! We've got the scoop on how these comic flicks will rule the silver screen! HULK SMASH MARVEL U.! The heroes of the Marvel Universe find themselves embroiled in a whole new conflict-World War Hulk! When the Green Goliath returns from space, he's out for revenge on the heroes that exiled him. The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets-and that means gamma- irradiated trouble for the Marvel U. DC'S BIGGEST EVENT OF 2007: FOR YOUR EYES ONLY! How does DC follow up on the smash success of its star-studded weekly 52 series? We can't tell you here, but pick up this issue of Wizard to get all the inside information on this sure-fire event spectacular: the all-star creators, the cast of stars and the earth-shattering surprises that await! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #188CP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 188CP

    PHOTO Cover. Polybagged. 2007 SUMMER PREVIEW Get the first word on the biggest, hottest and most-anticipated comic book events of the summer right here, from Marvel's first big post- Civil War event, Avengers: The Initiative, to DC's blockbuster JLA/ JSA by the fan-favorite combo of Geoff Johns and Brad Meltzer-and hundreds more to boot! SPIDER-MAN: ONE MORE DAY Spider-Man's going supernova this summer once 'Spider-Man 3' hits on May 4, and to coincide with that highly anticipated flick, Marvel rolls out a super-secret Spider- Man project titled 'One More Day,' a giant wall-crawling event by J. Michael Straczynski and Joe Quesada that will rock the web-head and his fans! HOLLYWOOD'S HOTTEST SUMMER Fanboys and girls will be flocking to theaters in droves this summer, lining up to see some of the most colossal comic book movies ever, including 'Spider-Man 3,' 'Fantastic Four 2: Rise of the Silver Surfer' and 'Transformers'! We've got the scoop on how these comic flicks will rule the silver screen! HULK SMASH MARVEL U.! The heroes of the Marvel Universe find themselves embroiled in a whole new conflict-World War Hulk! When the Green Goliath returns from space, he's out for revenge on the heroes that exiled him. The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets-and that means gamma- irradiated trouble for the Marvel U. DC'S BIGGEST EVENT OF 2007: FOR YOUR EYES ONLY! How does DC follow up on the smash success of its star-studded weekly 52 series? We can't tell you here, but pick up this issue of Wizard to get all the inside information on this sure-fire event spectacular: the all-star creators, the cast of stars and the earth-shattering surprises that await! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #188CU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 188CU

    PHOTO Cover. Not polybagged. 2007 SUMMER PREVIEW Get the first word on the biggest, hottest and most-anticipated comic book events of the summer right here, from Marvel's first big post- Civil War event, Avengers: The Initiative, to DC's blockbuster JLA/ JSA by the fan-favorite combo of Geoff Johns and Brad Meltzer-and hundreds more to boot! SPIDER-MAN: ONE MORE DAY Spider-Man's going supernova this summer once 'Spider-Man 3' hits on May 4, and to coincide with that highly anticipated flick, Marvel rolls out a super-secret Spider- Man project titled 'One More Day,' a giant wall-crawling event by J. Michael Straczynski and Joe Quesada that will rock the web-head and his fans! HOLLYWOOD'S HOTTEST SUMMER Fanboys and girls will be flocking to theaters in droves this summer, lining up to see some of the most colossal comic book movies ever, including 'Spider-Man 3,' 'Fantastic Four 2: Rise of the Silver Surfer' and 'Transformers'! We've got the scoop on how these comic flicks will rule the silver screen! HULK SMASH MARVEL U.! The heroes of the Marvel Universe find themselves embroiled in a whole new conflict-World War Hulk! When the Green Goliath returns from space, he's out for revenge on the heroes that exiled him. The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets-and that means gamma- irradiated trouble for the Marvel U. DC'S BIGGEST EVENT OF 2007: FOR YOUR EYES ONLY! How does DC follow up on the smash success of its star-studded weekly 52 series? We can't tell you here, but pick up this issue of Wizard to get all the inside information on this sure-fire event spectacular: the all-star creators, the cast of stars and the earth-shattering surprises that await! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #189AP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 189AP

    World War Hulk cover by Marko Djurdjevic. Polybagged. THE MARVEL U. HULKS OUT! This summer's 'World World Hulk' event leaves a wake of destruction in every corner of the Marvel Universe! The Green Goliath plans a campaign of revenge affecting everyone from Iron Man to Professor X. Find out what writer Greg Pak and artists Gary Frank and John Romita Jr. have in store. DC'S TICKING CLOCK: 'COUNTDOWN' Headed up by animation legend Paul Dini ('Batman: The Animated Series'), the latest weekly event from DC Comics hurtles on! Starring an eclectic cast such as Mary Marvel and Jimmy Olsen as well as icons like Superman, Countdown marks a major turning point for the DCU-and we've got the scoop. FF 2: THE COSMIC SEQUEL Marvel's First Family gets a second go-round on the silver screen when 'Fantastic Four 2: Rise of the Silver Surfer' hits theaters on June 15. Bigger special effects, more action and the debut of the space-faring Silver Surfer...and could a Galactus cameo be on the horizon? Grab your tickets now! THE TOP COW FAMILY GETS BIGGER The stork brings a new arrival this summer when Sara Pezzini, wielder of the Witchblade, gives birth to her baby as part of the massive upcoming 'First Born' event. Is the child the savior of the Top Cow Universe...or the devil in disguise? And who's the daddy? Get the birth announcement here! SOMETHING SINESTRO THIS WAY COMES Geoff Johns-joined by one-time Green Lantern artist Ethan Van Sciver-tears Hal Jordan's world apart when his arch-enemy Sinestro forms the Sinestro Corps! Who'll be left standing when these two armies trade colors during Green Lantern's 'Sinestro Corps' storyline? Find out here! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #189AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 189AU

    World War Hulk cover by Marko Djurdjevic. Not polybagged. THE MARVEL U. HULKS OUT! This summer's 'World World Hulk' event leaves a wake of destruction in every corner of the Marvel Universe! The Green Goliath plans a campaign of revenge affecting everyone from Iron Man to Professor X. Find out what writer Greg Pak and artists Gary Frank and John Romita Jr. have in store. DC'S TICKING CLOCK: 'COUNTDOWN' Headed up by animation legend Paul Dini ('Batman: The Animated Series'), the latest weekly event from DC Comics hurtles on! Starring an eclectic cast such as Mary Marvel and Jimmy Olsen as well as icons like Superman, Countdown marks a major turning point for the DCU-and we've got the scoop. FF 2: THE COSMIC SEQUEL Marvel's First Family gets a second go-round on the silver screen when 'Fantastic Four 2: Rise of the Silver Surfer' hits theaters on June 15. Bigger special effects, more action and the debut of the space-faring Silver Surfer...and could a Galactus cameo be on the horizon? Grab your tickets now! THE TOP COW FAMILY GETS BIGGER The stork brings a new arrival this summer when Sara Pezzini, wielder of the Witchblade, gives birth to her baby as part of the massive upcoming 'First Born' event. Is the child the savior of the Top Cow Universe...or the devil in disguise? And who's the daddy? Get the birth announcement here! SOMETHING SINESTRO THIS WAY COMES Geoff Johns-joined by one-time Green Lantern artist Ethan Van Sciver-tears Hal Jordan's world apart when his arch-enemy Sinestro forms the Sinestro Corps! Who'll be left standing when these two armies trade colors during Green Lantern's 'Sinestro Corps' storyline? Find out here! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #189BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 189BU

    FANTASTIC FOUR Cover. Not polybagged. THE MARVEL U. HULKS OUT! This summer's 'World World Hulk' event leaves a wake of destruction in every corner of the Marvel Universe! The Green Goliath plans a campaign of revenge affecting everyone from Iron Man to Professor X. Find out what writer Greg Pak and artists Gary Frank and John Romita Jr. have in store. DC'S TICKING CLOCK: 'COUNTDOWN' Headed up by animation legend Paul Dini ('Batman: The Animated Series'), the latest weekly event from DC Comics hurtles on! Starring an eclectic cast such as Mary Marvel and Jimmy Olsen as well as icons like Superman, Countdown marks a major turning point for the DCU-and we've got the scoop. FF 2: THE COSMIC SEQUEL Marvel's First Family gets a second go-round on the silver screen when 'Fantastic Four 2: Rise of the Silver Surfer' hits theaters on June 15. Bigger special effects, more action and the debut of the space-faring Silver Surfer...and could a Galactus cameo be on the horizon? Grab your tickets now! THE TOP COW FAMILY GETS BIGGER The stork brings a new arrival this summer when Sara Pezzini, wielder of the Witchblade, gives birth to her baby as part of the massive upcoming 'First Born' event. Is the child the savior of the Top Cow Universe...or the devil in disguise? And who's the daddy? Get the birth announcement here! SOMETHING SINESTRO THIS WAY COMES Geoff Johns-joined by one-time Green Lantern artist Ethan Van Sciver-tears Hal Jordan's world apart when his arch-enemy Sinestro forms the Sinestro Corps! Who'll be left standing when these two armies trade colors during Green Lantern's 'Sinestro Corps' storyline? Find out here! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #190AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 190AU

    Elektra Skrull cover by Greg Horn. Not polybagged. THUNDERSTORM WARNING! The Thunder God is back! After a lengthy layoff and a Civil War red herring, Thor returns to his own ongoing series, heralded by superstar writer J. Michael Straczynski (Amazing Spider-Man) and rising star artist Olivier Coipel (House of M). Get the latest weather forecast for this Marvel icon! 'COUNTDOWN' WATCH CONTINUES DC keeps the spotlight rolling on its latest weekly comic event, Countdown by Paul Dini (Detective Comics) and a host of star creators! The entire DC Universe will feel the effects of this cataclysmic story, so get on board to get the scoop. HELLBOY OF A SUMMER Hellboy's big year kicked off with Darkness Calls, the latest offering from Mike Mignola. As production gears up for 'Hellboy 2,' we'll take a look at what the big red monster hunter has planned for summer-and beyond! 'TRANSFORMERS' MANIA One of the most eagerly awaited summer movies in years, 'Transformers' by director Michael Bay ('Armageddon') will surely blow up the big screen when armies of giant robots collide! Will the Robots in Disguise rule the summer movie season? Get the auto club report here. X-MEN: WHO WILL SURVIVE? Marvel's Merry Mutants face the extinction of their very way of life in 'Endangered Species,' the new X-Men storyline kicking off this month that sends the Beast on a mission to save mutantkind! This all leads up to the next great X-Men event this fall, so get in on the ground floor now! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #191AP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 191AP

    KINGDOM COME Cover by Alex Ross. Polybagged. JSA GETS BLOWN TO 'KINGDOM COME' Alex Ross, co-creator of DC's classic Kingdom Come and cover artist on Justice Society of America, revisits that seminal story in a crossover event that finds the DCU's first superteam meeting the Man of Steel from that dystopian future! Find out what the creative team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham have in store for this epic undertaking! MUTANT MOVIE MAYHEM Will 20th Century Fox roll out a fourth team movie in its successful X-Men movie franchise, or will Hugh Jackman's Wolverine be getting the solo spotlight? And who's going to step in to direct? We'll take an in-depth look at what's next for Marvel's movie mutants! BKV STAKES 'BUFFY' CLAIM Current 'Lost' staff writer Brian K. Vaughan (Y: The Last Man, Ex Machina), Wizard's Best Writer of 2006, comes on board Dark Horse's Buffy Season 8 train to pen the second arc of the hit Joss Whedon-created series, and he sets his sights firmly on bad girl Slayer Faith! Find out how BKV plans to sink his teeth into the Vampire Slayer mythos. NAIL-BITING 'COUNTDOWN' Week in and week out, Paul Dini and his Countdown creative cohorts continue to throw the entire DCU into chaos with the universe- shattering event series, as the Monitors continue their quest to eradicate threats to the multiverse. We'll keep you up to date on everything you need to know about DC's latest weekly serial. WHAT'S UNDER THE HOOD? A new criminal mastermind looks to make his move on the Marvel Universe in the pages of New Avengers-he's called the Hood, and he's setting his sights on taking out Earth's Mightiest Heroes to consolidate his criminal empire! Get the 4-1-1 on how these underground Avengers on the run plan to deal with this latest threat! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #191AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 191AU

    KINGDOM COME Cover by Alex Ross. Not polybagged. JSA GETS BLOWN TO 'KINGDOM COME' Alex Ross, co-creator of DC's classic Kingdom Come and cover artist on Justice Society of America, revisits that seminal story in a crossover event that finds the DCU's first superteam meeting the Man of Steel from that dystopian future! Find out what the creative team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham have in store for this epic undertaking! MUTANT MOVIE MAYHEM Will 20th Century Fox roll out a fourth team movie in its successful X-Men movie franchise, or will Hugh Jackman's Wolverine be getting the solo spotlight? And who's going to step in to direct? We'll take an in-depth look at what's next for Marvel's movie mutants! BKV STAKES 'BUFFY' CLAIM Current 'Lost' staff writer Brian K. Vaughan (Y: The Last Man, Ex Machina), Wizard's Best Writer of 2006, comes on board Dark Horse's Buffy Season 8 train to pen the second arc of the hit Joss Whedon-created series, and he sets his sights firmly on bad girl Slayer Faith! Find out how BKV plans to sink his teeth into the Vampire Slayer mythos. NAIL-BITING 'COUNTDOWN' Week in and week out, Paul Dini and his Countdown creative cohorts continue to throw the entire DCU into chaos with the universe- shattering event series, as the Monitors continue their quest to eradicate threats to the multiverse. We'll keep you up to date on everything you need to know about DC's latest weekly serial. WHAT'S UNDER THE HOOD? A new criminal mastermind looks to make his move on the Marvel Universe in the pages of New Avengers-he's called the Hood, and he's setting his sights on taking out Earth's Mightiest Heroes to consolidate his criminal empire! Get the 4-1-1 on how these underground Avengers on the run plan to deal with this latest threat! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #191BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 191BU

    WOLVERINE PHOTO Cover. Not polybagged. JSA GETS BLOWN TO 'KINGDOM COME' Alex Ross, co-creator of DC's classic Kingdom Come and cover artist on Justice Society of America, revisits that seminal story in a crossover event that finds the DCU's first superteam meeting the Man of Steel from that dystopian future! Find out what the creative team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham have in store for this epic undertaking! MUTANT MOVIE MAYHEM Will 20th Century Fox roll out a fourth team movie in its successful X-Men movie franchise, or will Hugh Jackman's Wolverine be getting the solo spotlight? And who's going to step in to direct? We'll take an in-depth look at what's next for Marvel's movie mutants! BKV STAKES 'BUFFY' CLAIM Current 'Lost' staff writer Brian K. Vaughan (Y: The Last Man, Ex Machina), Wizard's Best Writer of 2006, comes on board Dark Horse's Buffy Season 8 train to pen the second arc of the hit Joss Whedon-created series, and he sets his sights firmly on bad girl Slayer Faith! Find out how BKV plans to sink his teeth into the Vampire Slayer mythos. NAIL-BITING 'COUNTDOWN' Week in and week out, Paul Dini and his Countdown creative cohorts continue to throw the entire DCU into chaos with the universe- shattering event series, as the Monitors continue their quest to eradicate threats to the multiverse. We'll keep you up to date on everything you need to know about DC's latest weekly serial. WHAT'S UNDER THE HOOD? A new criminal mastermind looks to make his move on the Marvel Universe in the pages of New Avengers-he's called the Hood, and he's setting his sights on taking out Earth's Mightiest Heroes to consolidate his criminal empire! Get the 4-1-1 on how these underground Avengers on the run plan to deal with this latest threat! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #192AP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 192AP

    HEROES SEASON 2 PHOTO Cover. Polybagged. WIZARD'S FALL TV PREVIEW Whether you're a hardcore couch potato or a wanna-be boob tube fanboy, Wizard has the full scoop on all your favorite TV shows in our spectacular Fall TV Preview! Get all the up-to-date info and sneak peeks on everything from 'Heroes' to 'Lost' to the latest new series and animated hits debuting this fall! TV'S 50 HOTTEST LEADING LADIES Who are the most sought-after, downloaded and drool-worthy females to ever grace the television screen? Wizard runs down its list of the 50 hottest TV actresses in fanboy-dom, from 'Battlestar's' Six to Kate Austin from 'Lost' to Gillian Anderson ('The X-Files') and 'Wonder Woman's' Lynda Carter! Find out who's No. 1, and let the water cooler chatter begin! 'SPIDER-MAN: ONE MORE DAY' EVENT When superstar creators like J. Michael Straczynski (Amazing Spider- Man) and Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada team up for a blockbuster Spider-Man special, what's it mean for the Friendly Neighborhood Wallcrawler? An event that Marvel promises will shake up Spidey's status quo forever! Not hyperbole, not a hoax, not a What If?-get the 4-1-1 on Spider-Man: One More Day here. 'JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA' GOES UNLIMITED! 'Justice League Unlimited' writer/producer Dwayne McDuffie joins current Justice League of America artist Ed Benes as the new series writer, and we've got the full story on how this animation master plans to make over the DCU's premier superteam. NAIL-BITING 'COUNTDOWN' Another week...another major revelation for the DC Universe! Writer Paul Dini and his all-star Countdown team chronicle the latest weekly mega-event that promises to rock the DCU to its core, as an organization of Monitors set their sights on threats to the Multiverse. Get the latest Countdown updates right here! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #192AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 192AU

    HEROES SEASON 2 PHOTO Cover. Not polybagged. WIZARD'S FALL TV PREVIEW Whether you're a hardcore couch potato or a wanna-be boob tube fanboy, Wizard has the full scoop on all your favorite TV shows in our spectacular Fall TV Preview! Get all the up-to-date info and sneak peeks on everything from 'Heroes' to 'Lost' to the latest new series and animated hits debuting this fall! TV'S 50 HOTTEST LEADING LADIES Who are the most sought-after, downloaded and drool-worthy females to ever grace the television screen? Wizard runs down its list of the 50 hottest TV actresses in fanboy-dom, from 'Battlestar's' Six to Kate Austin from 'Lost' to Gillian Anderson ('The X-Files') and 'Wonder Woman's' Lynda Carter! Find out who's No. 1, and let the water cooler chatter begin! 'SPIDER-MAN: ONE MORE DAY' EVENT When superstar creators like J. Michael Straczynski (Amazing Spider- Man) and Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada team up for a blockbuster Spider-Man special, what's it mean for the Friendly Neighborhood Wallcrawler? An event that Marvel promises will shake up Spidey's status quo forever! Not hyperbole, not a hoax, not a What If?-get the 4-1-1 on Spider-Man: One More Day here. 'JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA' GOES UNLIMITED! 'Justice League Unlimited' writer/producer Dwayne McDuffie joins current Justice League of America artist Ed Benes as the new series writer, and we've got the full story on how this animation master plans to make over the DCU's premier superteam. NAIL-BITING 'COUNTDOWN' Another week...another major revelation for the DC Universe! Writer Paul Dini and his all-star Countdown team chronicle the latest weekly mega-event that promises to rock the DCU to its core, as an organization of Monitors set their sights on threats to the Multiverse. Get the latest Countdown updates right here! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #192BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 192BU

    SPIDER-MAN Cover. Not polybagged. WIZARD'S FALL TV PREVIEW Whether you're a hardcore couch potato or a wanna-be boob tube fanboy, Wizard has the full scoop on all your favorite TV shows in our spectacular Fall TV Preview! Get all the up-to-date info and sneak peeks on everything from 'Heroes' to 'Lost' to the latest new series and animated hits debuting this fall! TV'S 50 HOTTEST LEADING LADIES Who are the most sought-after, downloaded and drool-worthy females to ever grace the television screen? Wizard runs down its list of the 50 hottest TV actresses in fanboy-dom, from 'Battlestar's' Six to Kate Austin from 'Lost' to Gillian Anderson ('The X-Files') and 'Wonder Woman's' Lynda Carter! Find out who's No. 1, and let the water cooler chatter begin! 'SPIDER-MAN: ONE MORE DAY' EVENT When superstar creators like J. Michael Straczynski (Amazing Spider- Man) and Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada team up for a blockbuster Spider-Man special, what's it mean for the Friendly Neighborhood Wallcrawler? An event that Marvel promises will shake up Spidey's status quo forever! Not hyperbole, not a hoax, not a What If?-get the 4-1-1 on Spider-Man: One More Day here. 'JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA' GOES UNLIMITED! 'Justice League Unlimited' writer/producer Dwayne McDuffie joins current Justice League of America artist Ed Benes as the new series writer, and we've got the full story on how this animation master plans to make over the DCU's premier superteam. NAIL-BITING 'COUNTDOWN' Another week...another major revelation for the DC Universe! Writer Paul Dini and his all-star Countdown team chronicle the latest weekly mega-event that promises to rock the DCU to its core, as an organization of Monitors set their sights on threats to the Multiverse. Get the latest Countdown updates right here! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #193AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 193AU

    Not polybagged, The Dark Knight film photo cover. Wolverine, Rogue & Mystique cover by Greg Land & Jay Leisten. Kevin Smith talks about proposed Heroes: Origins spinoff tv series; Robert Kirkman comments on Marvel Zombies 2; 5 Questions with Mike Benson (Moon Knight); Mark Millar & Bryan Hitch comment on their Ultimates run; Q & A with Timothy Olyphant on Hitman film; Jime Lee reveals his favorite covers; Millar & Hitch comment on Fantastic Four; interview with Robert Downey, Jr. on Iron Man; Ed Brubaker, Mike Carey & Chris Yost discuss X-Men 'Messiah Complex' crossover; Q & A with Josh Hartnett (30 Days of Night film); The Dark Knight (sequel to Batman Begins) film coverage, with comments from Chris Nolan & David Goyer; Wizard Insider: DC's Multiverse; Alex Ross comments on Project Superpowers & Avengers/Invaders; Wizard Insider: Dave Gibbons' Watchmen film teaser poster; 16th Annual Halloween Costume Contest results; the 411 on Joe Madureira; a look back at J. Michael Straczynski's most controversial Spider-Man moments; Judd Winick talks to George Perez about all things Titans; 'The 21 Greatest Horror Movies of the 21st Century'; interview with Jim Shooter on Legion of Super-Heroes; Steve Scott discusses the effects of Hurricane Katrina; Marc Silvestri, David Wohl, Garth Ennis, Scott Lobdell & Paul Jenkins comment on The Darkness; Rob Liefeld reflects on Youngblood; Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning comment on Nova; Secret Stash: Atomic Robo, with comments from Brian Clevinger; Batman quiz. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #193BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 193BU

    Not polybagged, Wolverine, Rogue & Mystique cover by Greg Land & Jay Leisten. Kevin Smith talks about proposed Heroes: Origins spinoff tv series; Robert Kirkman comments on Marvel Zombies 2; 5 Questions with Mike Benson (Moon Knight); Mark Millar & Bryan Hitch comment on their Ultimates run; Q & A with Timothy Olyphant on Hitman film; Jime Lee reveals his favorite covers; Millar & Hitch comment on Fantastic Four; interview with Robert Downey, Jr. on Iron Man; Ed Brubaker, Mike Carey & Chris Yost discuss X-Men 'Messiah Complex' crossover; Q & A with Josh Hartnett (30 Days of Night film); The Dark Knight (sequel to Batman Begins) film coverage, with comments from Chris Nolan & David Goyer; Wizard Insider: DC's Multiverse; Alex Ross comments on Project Superpowers & Avengers/Invaders; Wizard Insider: Dave Gibbons' Watchmen film teaser poster; 16th Annual Halloween Costume Contest results; the 411 on Joe Madureira; a look back at J. Michael Straczynski's most controversial Spider-Man moments; Judd Winick talks to George Perez about all things Titans; 'The 21 Greatest Horror Movies of the 21st Century'; interview with Jim Shooter on Legion of Super-Heroes; Steve Scott discusses the effects of Hurricane Katrina; Marc Silvestri, David Wohl, Garth Ennis, Scott Lobdell & Paul Jenkins comment on The Darkness; Rob Liefeld reflects on Youngblood; Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning comment on Nova; Secret Stash: Atomic Robo, with comments from Brian Clevinger; Batman quiz. Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #194AP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 194AP

    SPIDER-MAN 4 Cover. Polybagged. THE COUNTDOWN TO 'SPIDER-MAN 4'! Your friendly neighborhood Wall-crawler won't hit theaters until May 2010, but we've got the inside scoop on Marvel's biggest movie franchise! Will Sam Raimi return to direct? Can Tobey Maguire be lured into the tights? Will the love interest be Mary Jane or Gwen Stacy? We'll get your spider-sense tingling! EARTH'S MIGHTIEST PAINTER: ALEX ROSS The premier painter in comics works his magic with the brush for the House of Ideas when Alex Ross co-plots and paints covers for Avengers- Invaders! It's Ross' first Marvel work since 2002-03's Paradise X, and we've got your first look! DC'S LEAGUE OF VILLAINS Lex Luthor organizes an army of villains to destroy the Justice League once and for all, as Dwayne McDuffie ('Justice League Unlimited') cranks the threat level to 11! We uncover what's in store, including a look at DC's upcoming villain event series, Salvation Run! 'X-MEN: MESSIAH COMPLEX' UNCOVERED With Marvel's Merry Mutants threatened by enemies on all sides and within, we'll take an in-depth look at what this latest X-event means for Professor X, Wolverine and the crew. Can the X-Men dodge this latest threat to mutantkind-or will they finally end up on the extinct list? DYNAMIC DUO TEAMS FOR BAT-EVENT! Superstar Bat-writers Grant Morrison (Batman) and Paul Dini (Detective Comics) team up for the first time ever to present a brand- new threat from an old Batman favorite: Ra's Al Ghul! Get the 4-1-1 on this Bat-tacular team-up right here! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #194AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 194AU

    SPIDER-MAN 4 Cover. Not polybagged. THE COUNTDOWN TO 'SPIDER-MAN 4'! Your friendly neighborhood Wall-crawler won't hit theaters until May 2010, but we've got the inside scoop on Marvel's biggest movie franchise! Will Sam Raimi return to direct? Can Tobey Maguire be lured into the tights? Will the love interest be Mary Jane or Gwen Stacy? We'll get your spider-sense tingling! EARTH'S MIGHTIEST PAINTER: ALEX ROSS The premier painter in comics works his magic with the brush for the House of Ideas when Alex Ross co-plots and paints covers for Avengers- Invaders! It's Ross' first Marvel work since 2002-03's Paradise X, and we've got your first look! DC'S LEAGUE OF VILLAINS Lex Luthor organizes an army of villains to destroy the Justice League once and for all, as Dwayne McDuffie ('Justice League Unlimited') cranks the threat level to 11! We uncover what's in store, including a look at DC's upcoming villain event series, Salvation Run! 'X-MEN: MESSIAH COMPLEX' UNCOVERED With Marvel's Merry Mutants threatened by enemies on all sides and within, we'll take an in-depth look at what this latest X-event means for Professor X, Wolverine and the crew. Can the X-Men dodge this latest threat to mutantkind-or will they finally end up on the extinct list? DYNAMIC DUO TEAMS FOR BAT-EVENT! Superstar Bat-writers Grant Morrison (Batman) and Paul Dini (Detective Comics) team up for the first time ever to present a brand- new threat from an old Batman favorite: Ra's Al Ghul! Get the 4-1-1 on this Bat-tacular team-up right here! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #194BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 194BU

    ALEX ROSS RETURNS TO MARVEL! Cover. Not polybagged. THE COUNTDOWN TO 'SPIDER-MAN 4'! Your friendly neighborhood Wall-crawler won't hit theaters until May 2010, but we've got the inside scoop on Marvel's biggest movie franchise! Will Sam Raimi return to direct? Can Tobey Maguire be lured into the tights? Will the love interest be Mary Jane or Gwen Stacy? We'll get your spider-sense tingling! EARTH'S MIGHTIEST PAINTER: ALEX ROSS The premier painter in comics works his magic with the brush for the House of Ideas when Alex Ross co-plots and paints covers for Avengers- Invaders! It's Ross' first Marvel work since 2002-03's Paradise X, and we've got your first look! DC'S LEAGUE OF VILLAINS Lex Luthor organizes an army of villains to destroy the Justice League once and for all, as Dwayne McDuffie ('Justice League Unlimited') cranks the threat level to 11! We uncover what's in store, including a look at DC's upcoming villain event series, Salvation Run! 'X-MEN: MESSIAH COMPLEX' UNCOVERED With Marvel's Merry Mutants threatened by enemies on all sides and within, we'll take an in-depth look at what this latest X-event means for Professor X, Wolverine and the crew. Can the X-Men dodge this latest threat to mutantkind-or will they finally end up on the extinct list? DYNAMIC DUO TEAMS FOR BAT-EVENT! Superstar Bat-writers Grant Morrison (Batman) and Paul Dini (Detective Comics) team up for the first time ever to present a brand- new threat from an old Batman favorite: Ra's Al Ghul! Get the 4-1-1 on this Bat-tacular team-up right here! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #194CU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 194CU

    Luthor, Joker & Bizarro cover by Lee Bermejo. 25 UGLIEST CRIMES EVER! Not polybagged. THE COUNTDOWN TO 'SPIDER-MAN 4'! Your friendly neighborhood Wall-crawler won't hit theaters until May 2010, but we've got the inside scoop on Marvel's biggest movie franchise! Will Sam Raimi return to direct? Can Tobey Maguire be lured into the tights? Will the love interest be Mary Jane or Gwen Stacy? We'll get your spider-sense tingling! EARTH'S MIGHTIEST PAINTER: ALEX ROSS The premier painter in comics works his magic with the brush for the House of Ideas when Alex Ross co-plots and paints covers for Avengers- Invaders! It's Ross' first Marvel work since 2002-03's Paradise X, and we've got your first look! DC'S LEAGUE OF VILLAINS Lex Luthor organizes an army of villains to destroy the Justice League once and for all, as Dwayne McDuffie ('Justice League Unlimited') cranks the threat level to 11! We uncover what's in store, including a look at DC's upcoming villain event series, Salvation Run! 'X-MEN: MESSIAH COMPLEX' UNCOVERED With Marvel's Merry Mutants threatened by enemies on all sides and within, we'll take an in-depth look at what this latest X-event means for Professor X, Wolverine and the crew. Can the X-Men dodge this latest threat to mutantkind-or will they finally end up on the extinct list? DYNAMIC DUO TEAMS FOR BAT-EVENT! Superstar Bat-writers Grant Morrison (Batman) and Paul Dini (Detective Comics) team up for the first time ever to present a brand- new threat from an old Batman favorite: Ra's Al Ghul! Get the 4-1-1 on this Bat-tacular team-up right here! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #195AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 195AU

    HOLLYWOOD HOT LIST! Cover. Not polybagged. WIZARD'S BEST OF 2007! From the best writers to the greatest artists, to the biggest event projects and the must-read indie books and everything comic book in between, it's time for Wizard's Best of 2007 celebration! What books rocked fandom to its core? Who were the breakout creators of the year? Get our picks right here! FIRST ANNUAL POWER POLL Who's got the most superhero juice in Tinseltown? Frank Miller? Sam Raimi? Zack Snyder? Christopher Nolan? Bryan Singer? We rank the 50 most powerful people in Hollywood and spotlight how they rocked the comic book industry! Find out who earns the top spot on Wizard's Hollywood Walk of Fame. MARVEL'S GREATEST YEAR EVER The House of Ideas ruled the charts and the spotlight in 2007-Cap: Dead! Spidey: Hunted! Hulk: Unleashed! Wolverine: Murderer! Iron Man: Terrorist! What can Marvel do for an encore? We've got a look ahead! GREEN LANTERN EVENT How does Geoff Johns follow up his sensational, senses-searing 'Sinestro Corps' storyline? He teams up with former Teen Titans partner Mike McKone for 'The Alpha Lanterns,' an event storyline in Green Lantern that introduces a brand-new mythology to the DCU's space-faring cops. Who are the Alpha Lanterns, and what do they mean for the Corps? Get the book on it here. 'ULTIMATES 3' IS HERE! Best-selling writer Jeph Loeb teams up with yet another superstar artist for his latest superhero epic, as Marvel snags one-time X-Men great Joe Madureira for a triumphant return to the House of Ideas! These two superstar headliners have big plans for the Ultimates, and we've got your scoop on this eagerly anticipated event! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #195BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 195BU

    MARVEL THEIR BIGGEST YEAR EVER! Cover. Not polybagged. WIZARD'S BEST OF 2007! From the best writers to the greatest artists, to the biggest event projects and the must-read indie books and everything comic book in between, it's time for Wizard's Best of 2007 celebration! What books rocked fandom to its core? Who were the breakout creators of the year? Get our picks right here! FIRST ANNUAL POWER POLL Who's got the most superhero juice in Tinseltown? Frank Miller? Sam Raimi? Zack Snyder? Christopher Nolan? Bryan Singer? We rank the 50 most powerful people in Hollywood and spotlight how they rocked the comic book industry! Find out who earns the top spot on Wizard's Hollywood Walk of Fame. MARVEL'S GREATEST YEAR EVER The House of Ideas ruled the charts and the spotlight in 2007-Cap: Dead! Spidey: Hunted! Hulk: Unleashed! Wolverine: Murderer! Iron Man: Terrorist! What can Marvel do for an encore? We've got a look ahead! GREEN LANTERN EVENT How does Geoff Johns follow up his sensational, senses-searing 'Sinestro Corps' storyline? He teams up with former Teen Titans partner Mike McKone for 'The Alpha Lanterns,' an event storyline in Green Lantern that introduces a brand-new mythology to the DCU's space-faring cops. Who are the Alpha Lanterns, and what do they mean for the Corps? Get the book on it here. 'ULTIMATES 3' IS HERE! Best-selling writer Jeph Loeb teams up with yet another superstar artist for his latest superhero epic, as Marvel snags one-time X-Men great Joe Madureira for a triumphant return to the House of Ideas! These two superstar headliners have big plans for the Ultimates, and we've got your scoop on this eagerly anticipated event! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #196AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 196AU

    Secret Invasion cover by Pasqual Ferry. Not polybagged. 2008 PREVIEW SPECTACULAR! What do your favorite publishers have in store for the upcoming year? Will Marvel's Secret Invasion by Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu be the breakout hit of 2008, or can Green Lantern rule the racks as well as the spaceways? We forecast the comics landscape for the fanboy nation! FORGING 'IRON MAN' Go behind the scenes of Marvel Studios' latest superhero franchise, including in-depth interviews with cast members Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow and Terrence Howard and director Jon Favreau. Get inside the heavy metal hero and blast off for Marvel's biggest movie event of 2008! 'CRISIS' COUNSELING Final Crisis, DC's latest event series, courtesy of superstar creators Grant Morrison and J.G. Jones, will alter the status quo of the DCU like no other Crisis! This series marks the culmination of everything that's been happening in the DCU for the last several years, and we've got the scoop on what to expect. 'FANTASTIC' TEAM-UP Ultimates creators Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch reunite to tackle Marvel's First Family-the Fantastic Four! When this superstar pairing puts pen to paper, you know it's going to be a bona fide hit, so get the 4-1-1 on what's on tap for their soon-to-be historic FF run. X-MEN REBORN In the wake of the 'Messiah CompleX' event, Marvel's Merry Mutants rise from the ashes with a whole new status quo! We've got all the info on what you need to know about the aftermath, including the new books, characters, creators and team rosters you're dying to find out about! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #196BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 196BU

    IRON MAN PHOTO Cover. Not polybagged. 2008 PREVIEW SPECTACULAR! What do your favorite publishers have in store for the upcoming year? Will Marvel's Secret Invasion by Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu be the breakout hit of 2008, or can Green Lantern rule the racks as well as the spaceways? We forecast the comics landscape for the fanboy nation! FORGING 'IRON MAN' Go behind the scenes of Marvel Studios' latest superhero franchise, including in-depth interviews with cast members Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow and Terrence Howard and director Jon Favreau. Get inside the heavy metal hero and blast off for Marvel's biggest movie event of 2008! 'CRISIS' COUNSELING Final Crisis, DC's latest event series, courtesy of superstar creators Grant Morrison and J.G. Jones, will alter the status quo of the DCU like no other Crisis! This series marks the culmination of everything that's been happening in the DCU for the last several years, and we've got the scoop on what to expect. 'FANTASTIC' TEAM-UP Ultimates creators Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch reunite to tackle Marvel's First Family-the Fantastic Four! When this superstar pairing puts pen to paper, you know it's going to be a bona fide hit, so get the 4-1-1 on what's on tap for their soon-to-be historic FF run. X-MEN REBORN In the wake of the 'Messiah CompleX' event, Marvel's Merry Mutants rise from the ashes with a whole new status quo! We've got all the info on what you need to know about the aftermath, including the new books, characters, creators and team rosters you're dying to find out about! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #197AP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 197AP

    WHO WILL SURVIVE? Cover. Polybagged. FINAL CRISIS' COUNTDOWN Superstars Grant Morrison (All Star Superman) and J.G. Jones (52 covers) team up for the highly anticipated blockbuster event, Final Crisis! Get your crisis counseling here to find out what's in store for the DC Universe. 'SECRET INVASION': SKRULL WATCH! The New Avengers team of Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu architect an alien invasion of the Marvel Universe by the shape-shifting Skrulls. We continue to peel back the layers of secrecy to uncover what these two superstars have planned with this mega miniseries event. 'HEROES' WORSHIP It's the hottest show on television, and we'll go behind the scenes to give you the latest info on what's up for the second half of the season. Some heroes will live, some will die-and you'll be riveted to your TV every Monday for the NBC blockbuster. Get the scoop on what to expect. ALEX ROSS' 'AVENGERS/INVADERS' The superstar painter turns über-fanboy with this time-travel event series, as the World War II heroes-led by Captain America-come to the present and meet up with the post-Civil War Avengers! What will happen when these two titanic teams collide? We've got the 4-1-1! EXPLORING 'DARK SECTOR' The latest video game craze arrives, and we uncover the secrets of D3's latest hit. Go behind the scenes as secret agent Hayden Tenno battles a Cold War bio-weapon that grants him superhuman powers! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #197AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 197AU

    WHO WILL SURVIVE? Cover. Not polybagged. FINAL CRISIS' COUNTDOWN Superstars Grant Morrison (All Star Superman) and J.G. Jones (52 covers) team up for the highly anticipated blockbuster event, Final Crisis! Get your crisis counseling here to find out what's in store for the DC Universe. 'SECRET INVASION': SKRULL WATCH! The New Avengers team of Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu architect an alien invasion of the Marvel Universe by the shape-shifting Skrulls. We continue to peel back the layers of secrecy to uncover what these two superstars have planned with this mega miniseries event. 'HEROES' WORSHIP It's the hottest show on television, and we'll go behind the scenes to give you the latest info on what's up for the second half of the season. Some heroes will live, some will die-and you'll be riveted to your TV every Monday for the NBC blockbuster. Get the scoop on what to expect. ALEX ROSS' 'AVENGERS/INVADERS' The superstar painter turns über-fanboy with this time-travel event series, as the World War II heroes-led by Captain America-come to the present and meet up with the post-Civil War Avengers! What will happen when these two titanic teams collide? We've got the 4-1-1! EXPLORING 'DARK SECTOR' The latest video game craze arrives, and we uncover the secrets of D3's latest hit. Go behind the scenes as secret agent Hayden Tenno battles a Cold War bio-weapon that grants him superhuman powers! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #197BP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 197BP

    HAYDEN PANETTIERE PHOTO Cover. Polybagged. FINAL CRISIS' COUNTDOWN Superstars Grant Morrison (All Star Superman) and J.G. Jones (52 covers) team up for the highly anticipated blockbuster event, Final Crisis! Get your crisis counseling here to find out what's in store for the DC Universe. 'SECRET INVASION': SKRULL WATCH! The New Avengers team of Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu architect an alien invasion of the Marvel Universe by the shape-shifting Skrulls. We continue to peel back the layers of secrecy to uncover what these two superstars have planned with this mega miniseries event. 'HEROES' WORSHIP It's the hottest show on television, and we'll go behind the scenes to give you the latest info on what's up for the second half of the season. Some heroes will live, some will die-and you'll be riveted to your TV every Monday for the NBC blockbuster. Get the scoop on what to expect. ALEX ROSS' 'AVENGERS/INVADERS' The superstar painter turns über-fanboy with this time-travel event series, as the World War II heroes-led by Captain America-come to the present and meet up with the post-Civil War Avengers! What will happen when these two titanic teams collide? We've got the 4-1-1! EXPLORING 'DARK SECTOR' The latest video game craze arrives, and we uncover the secrets of D3's latest hit. Go behind the scenes as secret agent Hayden Tenno battles a Cold War bio-weapon that grants him superhuman powers! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #197BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 197BU

    HAYDEN PANETTIERE PHOTO Cover. Not polybagged. FINAL CRISIS' COUNTDOWN Superstars Grant Morrison (All Star Superman) and J.G. Jones (52 covers) team up for the highly anticipated blockbuster event, Final Crisis! Get your crisis counseling here to find out what's in store for the DC Universe. 'SECRET INVASION': SKRULL WATCH! The New Avengers team of Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu architect an alien invasion of the Marvel Universe by the shape-shifting Skrulls. We continue to peel back the layers of secrecy to uncover what these two superstars have planned with this mega miniseries event. 'HEROES' WORSHIP It's the hottest show on television, and we'll go behind the scenes to give you the latest info on what's up for the second half of the season. Some heroes will live, some will die-and you'll be riveted to your TV every Monday for the NBC blockbuster. Get the scoop on what to expect. ALEX ROSS' 'AVENGERS/INVADERS' The superstar painter turns über-fanboy with this time-travel event series, as the World War II heroes-led by Captain America-come to the present and meet up with the post-Civil War Avengers! What will happen when these two titanic teams collide? We've got the 4-1-1! EXPLORING 'DARK SECTOR' The latest video game craze arrives, and we uncover the secrets of D3's latest hit. Go behind the scenes as secret agent Hayden Tenno battles a Cold War bio-weapon that grants him superhuman powers! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #197CU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 197CU

    DARK SECTOR Cover. Not polybagged. FINAL CRISIS' COUNTDOWN Superstars Grant Morrison (All Star Superman) and J.G. Jones (52 covers) team up for the highly anticipated blockbuster event, Final Crisis! Get your crisis counseling here to find out what's in store for the DC Universe. 'SECRET INVASION': SKRULL WATCH! The New Avengers team of Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu architect an alien invasion of the Marvel Universe by the shape-shifting Skrulls. We continue to peel back the layers of secrecy to uncover what these two superstars have planned with this mega miniseries event. 'HEROES' WORSHIP It's the hottest show on television, and we'll go behind the scenes to give you the latest info on what's up for the second half of the season. Some heroes will live, some will die-and you'll be riveted to your TV every Monday for the NBC blockbuster. Get the scoop on what to expect. ALEX ROSS' 'AVENGERS/INVADERS' The superstar painter turns über-fanboy with this time-travel event series, as the World War II heroes-led by Captain America-come to the present and meet up with the post-Civil War Avengers! What will happen when these two titanic teams collide? We've got the 4-1-1! EXPLORING 'DARK SECTOR' The latest video game craze arrives, and we uncover the secrets of D3's latest hit. Go behind the scenes as secret agent Hayden Tenno battles a Cold War bio-weapon that grants him superhuman powers! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #198AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 198AU

    RED HULK Cover. Not polybagged. Cover by Art Adams featuring RED HULK SMASH!!! Superstar creators Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness have done it again-this time in the Marvel Universe as there's a new Hulk in town...and he ain't green. Find out everything you need to know about this new red giant-who he could be, what he wants and, more importantly, what it means to the entire Marvel U. 'SECRET INVASION' PLANS The alien Skrulls invade the Marvel U, and your favorite characters could be shape-shifting villains! Get the scoop from Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu! FINALLY: DC'S 'FINAL CRISIS' Grant Morrison (Batman) and J.G. Jones (52 covers) will rock the entire DC Multiverse with their sure-to-be blockbuster miniseries event, so get the inside track on what happens when DC's worlds collide. AMERICA'S MOST 'WANTED' 'Wanted' stars Morgan Freeman and Angelina Jolie as supervillain mentors to a young man who must choose an ordinary life-or a destiny of crime! We'll pull back the curtain on how this killer Top Cow comic by Mark Millar came to the silver screen. UNCOVERING 'ULTIMATE ORIGINS' Ultimate architect Brian Michael Bendis teams with artist Butch Guice to reveal the startling secrets behind the origins of the Ultimate Universe. How are all the characters related, and what's it got to do with Captain America? Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #198BP
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 198BP

    ANGELINA JOLIE PHOTO Cover. Polybagged. RED HULK SMASH!!! Superstar creators Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness have done it again-this time in the Marvel Universe as there's a new Hulk in town...and he ain't green. Find out everything you need to know about this new red giant-who he could be, what he wants and, more importantly, what it means to the entire Marvel U. 'SECRET INVASION' PLANS The alien Skrulls invade the Marvel U, and your favorite characters could be shape-shifting villains! Get the scoop from Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu! FINALLY: DC'S 'FINAL CRISIS' Grant Morrison (Batman) and J.G. Jones (52 covers) will rock the entire DC Multiverse with their sure-to-be blockbuster miniseries event, so get the inside track on what happens when DC's worlds collide. AMERICA'S MOST 'WANTED' 'Wanted' stars Morgan Freeman and Angelina Jolie as supervillain mentors to a young man who must choose an ordinary life-or a destiny of crime! We'll pull back the curtain on how this killer Top Cow comic by Mark Millar came to the silver screen. UNCOVERING 'ULTIMATE ORIGINS' Ultimate architect Brian Michael Bendis teams with artist Butch Guice to reveal the startling secrets behind the origins of the Ultimate Universe. How are all the characters related, and what's it got to do with Captain America? Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #198BU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 198BU

    ANGELINA JOLIE PHOTO Cover. Not polybagged. RED HULK SMASH!!! Superstar creators Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness have done it again-this time in the Marvel Universe as there's a new Hulk in town...and he ain't green. Find out everything you need to know about this new red giant-who he could be, what he wants and, more importantly, what it means to the entire Marvel U. 'SECRET INVASION' PLANS The alien Skrulls invade the Marvel U, and your favorite characters could be shape-shifting villains! Get the scoop from Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu! FINALLY: DC'S 'FINAL CRISIS' Grant Morrison (Batman) and J.G. Jones (52 covers) will rock the entire DC Multiverse with their sure-to-be blockbuster miniseries event, so get the inside track on what happens when DC's worlds collide. AMERICA'S MOST 'WANTED' 'Wanted' stars Morgan Freeman and Angelina Jolie as supervillain mentors to a young man who must choose an ordinary life-or a destiny of crime! We'll pull back the curtain on how this killer Top Cow comic by Mark Millar came to the silver screen. UNCOVERING 'ULTIMATE ORIGINS' Ultimate architect Brian Michael Bendis teams with artist Butch Guice to reveal the startling secrets behind the origins of the Ultimate Universe. How are all the characters related, and what's it got to do with Captain America? Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #199AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 199AU

    SECRET INVASION cover cover by Frank Cho. Not polybagged. PREPARE FOR 'SECRET INVASION' Speculation and paranoia have brewed for months, but now Secret Invasion finally arrives! Not only do Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu launch the new event miniseries in April, it crosses over into Mighty Avengers and New Avengers as well! Find out how the Skrulls plan on conquering the Marvel U! 'COUNTDOWN TO FINAL CRISIS' DC's latest weekly hit, Countdown to Final Crisis, comes to its stunning conclusion and gives way to the big Final Crisis event by Grant Morrison and J.G. Jones. We'll explore how these two events link together, and tell you what's in store as these two projects collide. INVINCIBLE 'IRON MAN' Marvel Studios' first big comic movie of 2008-starring Robert Downey Jr. and directed by Jon Favreau-hits theaters on May 2, and to get you ready for blastoff, we take you on set, behind the scenes and inside the armor of this heavy metal hero. X-MEN UNLIMITED 'Messiah Complex' rocked Marvel's X-Men to the core, and set the X Universe in a whole new direction. We'll take a look at the new books, new creative teams and new mission statements, and forecast what's in store as Uncanny X-Men races toward its 500th issue this summer. GREEN LANTERN: SINESTRO RETURNS! How will Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis follow up their sensational 'Sinestro Corps' storyline in Green Lantern? Check out the 'Secret Origin' of Hal Jordan arc, recounting his early days with one-time partner Sinestro! Cover price $5.99.

  • Issue #200AU
    Wizard the Comics Magazine (1991) 200AU

    200 Cover. Not polybagged. From Wizard Entertainment. A celebration so big, it needs two issues!!! Since Wizard's launch in July 1991, it's never been a more exciting time to be a fan of comics and pop culture, and we've been on the front lines through it all. Comic book movies have become the standard summer popcorn blockbusters. Comic book collections can be seen on the shelves of every major bookseller. Major celebrities have professed their love of comics and took on the role of ambassador to the medium. The first of two issues, the Wizard # 200 Gold Edition gets the party started with: the 200 Greatest Comics in Wizard's History, certain to raise controversy; the 50 Events to Rock Comics in our history, from Marvel's surprise bankruptcy in the mid-1990s to the Death of Superman; the 10 Most Controversial People in Comics; in-depth Q&As with the founders of Image Comics; the Ultimate Geek Quiz; thoughts from top artists on what their first Wizard cover meant to them at that point in their careers; the 20 most collectible comics produced from 1991 to today; and much more! Plus: 20 pages of the best artwork to ever grace our pages, fresh with behind-the-scenes artist anecdotes, and the rollercoaster evolution of Wolverine in an original art piece by Kevin Maguire! Cover price $5.99.