The Hottest Comics For October 2021!

1. Tales of Suspense #98 February 1968 Marvel Comics

"The Claws of the Panther!":

Captain America and Black Panther join forces to combat the henchmen of Baron Zemo. "The Warrior and the Whip!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Frank Giacoia; Iron Man creates holograms of himself to confuse Whiplash during their battle; Jasper Sitwell has searches for Tony Stark at Stark Industries; He discovers that Morgan Stark took Iron Man away. Letter from comics writer Bob Gale.

2. Avengers #98 (1st Series 1963) April 1972 Marvel Comics

Script by Roy Thomas. Pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith. Inks by Sal Buscema. Cover by John Buscema and Barry Windsor-Smith

"Let Slip the Dogs of War!" Part 1 of 3:
The remarkable Kree/Skrull war is over! But there isn't any time to rest for Earth's Mightiest Heroes! Ares, the Greek god of war, stokes a riot in downtown Manhattan by mind-controlling the nearby residents! When the Avengers and Rick Jones arrive to restore the peace, they fall under Ares' trance too!

3. Amazing Spider-Man #793 Legacy Cover A February Issue Marvel Comics

Venom Inc.: Part 4 - Written by Dan Slott. Art by Ryan Stegman. Cover by Alex Ross. - Story continued from Venom #159. Spider-Man has been compromised by Maniac and it looks like his only hope… …is Eddie Brock? Peter Parker isn't going to like that!

4. Nightwing #28 February 1999 DC Comics

Cover art by Scott McDaniel and Karl Story. Live Not On Evil part two, script by Chuck Dixon, pencils by Scott McDaniel, inks by Karl Story.

Guest-starring Huntress, Torque (Dudley Soames), and Turk Fremunda. Battle over turf continues.

5. Captain America #402 July 1992 Issue Marvel Comics

Script by Mark Gruenwald. Pencils by Rik Levins. Inks by Danny Bulanadi. Cover by Rik Levins and Danny Bulanadi.

A werewolf kills a man and Wolverine investigates. Dennis is still unable to talk after his ordeal which convinces Cap to find the missing John Jameson and Diamondback. Cap hands the Avengers chairmanship over to Black Widow and takes a leave of absence from the Avengers. Peggy shows Cap a report on recent werewolf-related killings, giving Cap a lead on John, the former Man-Wolf.

6. KISS Blood and Stardust #1 October Issue Dynamite Entertainment

Written by Bryan Hill. Art by Rodney Buchemi. Cover by Stuart Sayger.

KISS returns to rock'n'roll and save the world! An immortal cabal is taking the lives of innocents and the only ones who can stop them are KISS! The only problem…they are dead. And now they have to make a deal with a demon to save their souls and return to Earth to fight evil!

7. Iron Man #94 (1st Series 1968 ) January 1977 Marvel Comics

Story by Gerry Conway. Art by Herb Trimpe and Jack Abel. Cover by Jack Kirby and Al Milgrom

"Frenzy at Fifty Fathoms!" Part 2 of 2:

The devilish corsair known as Commander Kraken has kidnaped Iron Man's friends and lured the Avenger into an impossible situation...become the cybernetic pirate's slave or watch his friends die.

8. Action Comics #431 January 1974 DC Comics

Cover by Nick Cardy, script by Cary Bates, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson

"The Monster Who Unmasked Superman!":
Clark Kent is forced to reveal his Superman identity to the others on the bus when the Quakerer unmasks himself as Jonathan Slaughter; But, after he defeats the villain and gets himself and his friends back to the 20th Century, Batman helps Superman conceal his identity again, along with some help from a hypnotic device.

9. Buffy the Vampire Slayer #8 (Season 11) June Issue Dark Horse Comics

Part 8 - Written by Christos N. Gage. Art by Rebekah Isaacs. Cover by Steve Morris.

Out in the real world without their magic, Buffy and Willow are facing challenges in a new way. As normal girls, getting back into the Safe Zone to release the residents feels impossible-but they aren't alone. The Scoobies are reunited and have some special backup!

10. Avengers #34 November 1966 Marvel Comics

Cover by Don Heck, script by Stan Lee, art by Don Heck; The Living Laser robs a bank, and the Avengers investigate the scene of the crime

"The Living Laser!":
There, the Living Laser is in plain clothes and notices how beautiful the Wasp is, and becomes obsessed with her; Bill Foster returns to help; The Living Laser then attacks; He is beaten by Goliath and the rest of the Avengers arrive; The Living Laser escapes however, and makes his laser beam deadlier; The Avengers excluding Goliath attack the Living Laser again, Hawkeye and Captain America get captured in a deadly trap and the Wasp is kidnapped by the Laser.

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