Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Tuesday Team-Up: Sub-Mariner and Captain Marvel

Greetings, Groove-ophiles! Here's another mighty mis-match between two significantly strident super-heroes for your pulse-pounding pleasure! Namor, the savage Sub-Mariner and the Kree-born Captain Marvel don't get along swimmingly, but they do make a mighty pair of baddie-battlers. This story is particularly interesting to us Captain Marvel fans, as it occurs between the final issue of the Good Captain's own mag and the beginning of the Kree/Skrull War in Avengers #89. Written by Rascally Roy Thomas and drawn by Our Pal Sal Buscema, here's a true fave, baby! From Sub-Mariner #30 (July 1970), here's "Calling Captain Marvel"!

4 comments:

  1. Holy Moley!
    OOPS! Wrong CM! This is my favorite series Sal Buscema drew, beside's his Avengers. His art was inked really well in his too short stint on old Subby. I was & still am a huge Sub-Mariner fan!I especially loved Sub-Mariner #34 &#35 the first teaming up of the Defenders VS The Avengers no less!

    Sal's Subby VS Hercules was another favorite of mine. Hey Groovy one, how about a Hercules week or Olympians/Asgardians week? You could even thrown in DC Comics Hercules Unbound series maybe.

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  2. Hmmmm, not a bad idea there, Mike! Not a bad idea at all...

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  3. JJAAAAA Groovster!
    I'm glad you liked my suggestion. If you decide to do it. I'd love to help do a few articles/reviews for it.Especially on Marvel's Hercules! For Asgard! UUmmm wait, that's not right! For Zeus!

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  4. Awwwwesome! This may be the only the only piece of THE Marvel himself, Captain Marvel, Mar-Vell, that I don't have! Thank you for posting this! :) Should start a petition to get him in the movies, the character was always made for the screen!

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