Monday, April 20, 2015

Micronauts Monday: "The Prometheus Pit!" by Mantlo, Golden, and Rubinstein

What it is, Groove-ophiles! Today we're back with more Micronauts and "The Prometheus Pit!"! Bill Mantlo, Michael Golden, and Joe Rubinstein's fifth issue hit the stands in February 1979, and did we ever dig it! The secrets of the Body Banks and Prince Argon revealed! Check it out!!

1 comment:

  1. This was the issue that introduced me to the magnificent Golden/Rubinstein team. When I began recollecting comics in 1986 I started going backwards to see what I'd missed 1977 - 1986. This was the first Micronauts I picked up. Everything was flawless: the storyline, the characters and the ART. Oh how great the art was. Definitely Golden and Rubinstein at their best. Any idea how the series sold? I'd like to think all this effort paid off in big sales.



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