Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Groove's Faves: "The Devil In the Dark!" by Claremont, Cockrum, and Milgrom

Check it out, Groove-ophiles! Here's part two of Dave Cockrum's Ms. Marvel debut--and it's his final ish, to boot! Why such a short stay? Guess those covers paid a lot  more, huh? Still, Ms. Marvel #21 (September 1978), written by Chris Claremont with inks by Al Milgrom is a keeper. Dig on..."The Devil In the Dark!"
Cover art by Dave Cockrum and Joe Rubinstein


  1. I loved Dave Cockrum doing just about anything, but one of my childhood faves was the comic book that came with the Aurora Superboy model. Any chance you could post that one? It seems to be lost and forgotten, but I always had it in with my Superboy / Legion comics. It may be a historical side note, but it was Dave just before he moved from the Legion to the X-Men, and I'd love to see it again.

    1. I'll see what I can dig up, Groove-ophile! I actually had it back in 1975...mebbe it's still in the vaults somewhere...



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