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Back Issue Magazine (2003) comic books 2007

  • Issue #20
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 20

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    Now with color! Peek behind the masks of many of your favorite heroes in this 'Secret Identities' issue, and explore the histories of four characters with unusual alter egos: Firestorm, Moon Knight, the Question, and the 'real-life' super-hero the Human Fly! Steve Englehart and Sal Buscema talk 'Pro2Pro' about their Captain America collaboration, and Jerry Ordway is spotlighted in a career-spanning interview. Plus: a roundtable of Superman writers and artists reveal the scoop on Clark Kent, featuring artwork by and commentary from Bill Sienkiewicz, Kevin Nowlan, Doug Moench, Denys Cowan, Denny O'Neil, Al Milgrom, Gerry Conway, Frank Robbins, Cary Bates, Elliot S. Maggin, Pat Broderick, Jim Shooter, and many others. With a bonus Superman and Clark Kent color art gallery, ultra-rare art by Curt Swan and others, and a Shazam! cover by Ordway, re-creating the classic 'Spider-Man No More' cover from Amazing Spider-Man #50! Edited by Michael Eury. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #21
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 21

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    This is 'The Devil You Say!' issue that is sure to set your soul on fire! Behind an awe-inspiring Daredevil cover by Mike Zeck is an in-depth look at the 'Man without Fear's' 1980s and early 1990s adventures, featuring interviews with and/or art by Klaus Janson, John Romita Jr., Ann Nocenti, Frank Miller, and others! Mike Mignola recalls the roots of Hellboy in an exclusive interview, Dan Mishkin and Gary Cohn go 'Pro2Pro' on their co-creation of Shadowpact's Blue Devil, and 'Greatest Stories Never Told' examines Colleen Doran's unpublished X-Men spin-off, Fallen Angels! Plus there's sizzling spotlights on the Son of Satan, Ty Templeton's Stig's Inferno, the hellish humor of DC's Plop!, and one of Jack Kirby's most bizarre comics, Devil Dinosaur! Edited by Michael Eury. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #22
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 22

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    'Dynamic Duos'! Featuring two 'Pro2Pro' interviews that reunite Batman's Alan Grant and Norm Breyfogle and Legion of Super-Heroes' Paul Levitz and Keith Giffen, while 'Backstage Pass' takes you to Dark Horse Comics, courtesy of your hosts, Mike Richardson and Randy Stradley. Also, Robin's history from sidekick to solo star, Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird's groundbreaking collaboration on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and histories of the dynamite duos of Robin and Batgirl, Captain America and the Falcon, and Blue Beetle and Booster Gold! Plus, a bonus 'Scott and Zot!' interview with the influential Scott McCloud. Features a breathtaking Breyfogle cover starring everyone's favorite Boy Wonder! Edited by Michael Eury. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #23
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 23

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    The issue 'Comics Go Hollywood' explores the inseparable worlds of comic books and cinema! Celebrate the 20th wedding anniversary of media darlings Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson in a 'Pro2Pro' roundtable examining Spider-Man's love life, with Stan Lee, John Romita, Sr., Jim Shooter, Erik Larsen, and other top Spidey creators! Then, in the first part of a second roundtable, Star Trek writers - including Peter David, Michael Jan Friedman, and Mike W. Barr - compare notes on writing for the space franchise in comics and in other media (the second part concludes in Write Now! #16). Also: Gladstone's Disney comics line, with an all-star lineup including Don Rosa and William Van Horn; star-studded behind-the-scenes looks at TV's Isis and The Flash, with celebrity interviews including Flash star John Wesley Shipp; and spotlights on Superman movie adaptations and some of your favorite TV tie-in comics (including Isis and Welcome Back Kotter). Bonus: An 8-page color 'Adam Hughes Goes Hollywood!' art gallery and a Mary Jane Watson cover by Adam Hughes. Edited by Michael Eury. Includes a free Preview of Write Now! #16, also shipping this month! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #24
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 24

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    Superstar artist Michael Golden takes center stage in an all-new interview examining 'Golden's Oldies': Micronauts, The 'Nam, and Dr. Strange! There's more Dr. Strange in this magic-themed issue: Gene Colan and Paul Smith talk 'Pro2Pro' about the Master of the Mystic Arts, Frank Brunner discusses his unforgettable stint drawing the Sorcerer Supreme, and Carl Potts and Kevin Nowlan are among the talents featured in a Dr. Strange Art Gallery! Plus: Bill Willingham's Elementals, a Zatanna history, Dr. Fate's revival, DC's Silverblade and Amethyst, a 'Greatest Stories Never Told' look at Peter Pan, and a tribute to the late, great Marshall Rogers! There's also art by and commentary from Terry Austin, Cary Bates, Steve Englehart, Keith Giffen, Craig Hamilton, Mike Leeke, George PĂ©rez, and a magical Dr. Strange cover by Michael Golden! Edited by Michael Eury. Includes a free Preview of Rough Stuff #6! Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #25
    Back Issue Magazine (2003) 25

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    Go behind the scenes of Iron Man's influential '80s run by Bob Layton and David Michelinie, and steel yourself for Rich Buckler's first-ever interview about his cyborg creation Deathlok the Demolisher! Also: Mike Grell on the Warlord, John Byrne on ROG 2000, Charlton's Six Million Dollar Man and Bionic Woman comics, Marvel's Machine Man, and DC's Steel, The Indestructible Man. Plus: 'Backstage Pass' looks at 1979's Legends of the Super-Heroes TV specials starring Adam West and Burt Ward! Plus, art and commentary from Jack Kirby, Barry Windsor-Smith, Don Heck, George Tuska, and more. With a riveting Iron Man cover by Bob Layton! Includes a free preview of Draw! #15! Cover price $6.95.