Condition: Very Fine. Has a small pencil price on top left of cover. See photo for details.
Price: $ 22.00
|Author(s)||Roger Stern and Peter Gillis|
|Illustrator||Sal Buscema and Bob McLeod|
|Publisher||Marvel Comics Group|
|Date of Publication||1978|
|Place of Publication||U.S.A.|
|Country of Publication||U.S.A.|
Incredible Hulk 341 (Vol 1) "Bad Moon on the Rise!"Incredible Hulk 228 Information about the story and characters in this issue can be found at Incredible Hulk 228.
Roger Stern (born September 17, 1950) is an American comic book author and novelist.
After publishing the fanzine CPL (Contemporary Pictorial Literature) with Bob Layton in the early 1970's he has gone on to write for both Marvel and DC.
Stern broke into the industry as a writer in 1975 as part of the Marvel Comics "third wave" of creators, which included artists John Byrne and Frank Miller, and writers Jo Duffy, Mark Gruenwald and Ralph Macchio. Stern worked as an editor from 1976 to 1980. Stern became the writer of The Spectacular Spider-Man with issue #43 (June 1980).He then took over The Amazing Spider-Man with issue #224 (January 1982). In addition to his Spider-Man work, Stern is known for his lengthy stints on Doctor Strange, and The Avengers. In 1982, he co-created Marvel's second Captain Marvel and the Hobgoblin, both with artist John Romita Jr. Stern ended his run with Amazing Spider-Man #250 (March 1984), and, later that same year, he co-created the Avengers spin-off The West Coast Avengers, with artist Bob Hall.
He began freelancing for DC Comics in 1987, where he was one of the core Superman writers for almost a decade, working on Superman (vol. 2), Action Comics, and Superman: The Man of Tomorrow. He contributed to such storylines as "Panic in the Sky" and "The Death of Superman" which revived interest in the character in the early 1990s. He created the Eradicator in Action Comics Annual #2 and later incorporated the character into the "Reign of the Supermen" story arc beginning in The Adventures of Superman #500.
Peter B. Gillis, (born 19 December 1952) is an American comic book writer best known for his work at Marvel Comics and First Comics in the mid-1980s, including the series Strikeforce: Morituri and the digitally drawn comic series Shatter. Wikipedia - Wikipedia
Sal Buscema (/bjuːˈsɛmə/; Italian: [buʃˈʃɛːma]; born Silvio Buscema, 26/01/1936) is an American comics artist, primarily for Marvel Comics, where he enjoyed a ten-year run as artist of The Incredible Hulk. He is the younger brother of comics artist John Buscema.--Wikipedia