Showing posts with label John Byrne. Show all posts
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Friday, January 2, 2004

She-Hulk | Comics

Before becoming the sensuous gamma irradiated brute force for The Avengers, Jennifer Walters was a mild mannered lawyer, who was only known as the cousin of renowned scientist Bruce Banner, the alter ego of gamma powered superhero The Incredible Hulk. Following a feud between her father Sheriff Morris Walters and crime boss Nicholas Trask, she was shot by an assailant and injured gravely.

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She-Hulk | Comics

A blood transfusion was needed urgently and in a moment of desperation, Banner stepped on and volunteered with his own irradiated blood. This however, saves her but the presence of the newly gained radioactive blood properties caused a mutation and transformed her skin green, as well as gave her superhuman strength just like the Hulk except for the bulky appearance.

She stayed in a savage state for a while but as she gained control over her powers, she learnt that she cannot transform back to her human self until she accidentally suffers a radiation exposure with her time with the Fantastic Four as a replacement for The Thing. While taking care of the super-heroics, she affiliated herself with team of Mighty Avengers, Incredible Hulks, Heroes for Hire, S.H.I.E.L.D., Defenders and Hulkbusters time to time.

She also has dated Luke Cage and the notorious former X-Men nemesis Juggernaut for a very brief time which did not end up well. She ripped-off The Vision in half, took down Captain America and fought Iron Man during "Avengers Disassembled" out of rage amidst the chaos, projected by a mentally unstable Scarlet Witch.

For more information on She-Hulk comics series, you can check out these links below.

She-Hulk (Comics) Wikipedia

She-Hulk (Comics) Marvel Wikia

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Clash of The Hulks

Here is your links to buy "She-Hulk" comics from Marvel Comics on Amazon.

Essential Savage She-Hulk Vol 01

Secret Wars

Secret Wars Omnibus

Revenge of The Living Monolith

The Sensational She-Hulk

She-Hulk – Ceremony Book 01

She-Hulk – Ceremony Book 02

Sensational She-Hulk Vol 01

Marvel Legacy – The 1980s Handbook

Iron Man – The Dragon Seed Saga

Contest of Champions II

Avengers – Living Legends

Marvel Masters – The Art of John Byrne

Thing – Freakshow

Avengers – Standoff

Avengers – The Search For She-Hulk

She-Hulk Vol 01 – Single Green Female

She-Hulk Vol 02 – Superhuman Law

Marvel Masters – The British Invasion Vol 02

Marvel Team-Up Vol 02 – Master of The Ring

Marvel Monsters

She-Hulk Vol 03 – Time Trials

She-Hulk Vol 04 – Laws of Attraction

Civil War – Marvel Universe

She-Hulk Vol 05 – Planet Without A Hulk

Howard The Duck – Media Duckling

She-Hulk Vol 06 – Jaded

Secret Invasion – Who Do You Trust?

She-Hulk Vol 07 – Here Today

She-Hulk Vol 08 – Secret Invasion

X-Factor – Secret Invasion

She-Hulk Vol 09 – Lady Liberators

Doctor Doom and the Masters of Evil

Savage She-Hulk

Marvels – Eyes of The Camera

Fall of The Hulks Vol 01

Fall of The Hulks – Red Hulk

Fall of The Hulks – The Savage She-Hulks

Fall of The Hulks Vol 02

Women of Marvel – Celebrating Seven Decades

Women of Marvel – Celebrating Seven Decades Omnibus

Marvel Her-Oes

Chaos War – Incredible Hulks

She Hulks – Hunt for The Intelligencia

Incredible Hulks – Planet Savage

Created by Stan Lee (Amazing Spider-Man, Daredevil) and John Buscema (Conan the Barbarian, Silver Surfer) in 1980, She-Hulk is a fictional Marvel Comics super heroine with monthly ongoing comic series of her own title. The character is one of the prominent super heroes of the Marvel Universe as well as a valuable team asset to many superhero teams.

Over time comic book creator John Byrne (Alpha Flight, Uncanny X-Men), Steve Gerber, Peter David (Spider-Man – The Other, X-Factor), Dan Slott (Spider-Man – Dying Wish, Superior Spider-Man), Jeph Loeb (Avengers – X-Sanction, Cable) and Charles Soule (Civil War II, Death of Wolverine) has worked on the character’s development process.

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She-Hulk Smash

She also played a role in the major crossovers like Marvel Super Heroes – Secret Wars, Civil War, World War Hulk, Secret Invasion, Dark Reign and Fear Itself. During 2016's "Secret Wars" event, she formed Marvel's all-female super-heroines team; A-Force with including Captain Marvel, Crystal, Elektra, Emma Frost, Loki, Medusa, Phoenix, Spider-Gwen, Spider-Woman, Storm, X-23 and many others.
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Monday, December 15, 2003

Sabretooth | Comics

Victor Creed was a mutant who was abused by his father for his feral mutation all his childhood and in return he killed him before fleeing home. He grew up to be a blood-lusty person who would meet his life-long arch-nemesis Wolverine when he attacked the Blackfoot tribe Logan was staying with and killed his lover Silverfox after brutally raping her.

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Sabretooth | Comics

During the mid-60's, he joined Team X and received the code-name Sabretooth. Later, he got recruited by Gambit in Mr. Sinister’s team of Marauders for the infamous “Mutant Massacre”. Professor Xavier took Creed to X-Mansion, seeking for his redemption but he escapes injuring Psylocke and Archangel. Soon, Sabretooth is forcibly rolled in a government funded X-Factor but he only left a trail of bodies behind.

Apocalypse pitted Sabretooth and Wolverine in a fight to chose his Horseman of Death. Not only he lost the battle, his adamantium was given to Logan. When he was chased by the Children of the Vault, Sabretooth came looking for sanctuary and joined the X-Men, only to betray them next. Logan apparently killed him but Creed later resurfaced as the leader of Hand (Back In Japan) with Mystique.

Following Professor X's death during “Avengers Vs. X-Men”, Magneto joined Cyclops' team of X-Men and Mystique proceed to reform the Brotherhood with Victor. Sabretooth eventually took his enemy’s mantle after the "Death of Wolverine". As the moral AXIS of heroes were inverted, Magneto enlisted him alongside Carnage, Deadpool, Doctor Doom, Loki and others.

For more information on Sabretooth comics series, you can check out the links below.

Sabretooth (Comics) Wikipedia

Sabretooth (Comics) Marvel Wikia

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Loner Victor Creed

Here is your links for "Sabretooth" comics from Marvel Comics.

Origin II (Softcover)

Origin II (Hardcover)

X-Men – Origins

Wolverine – Wolverine's Revenge (Softcover)

Wolverine – Wolverine's Revenge (Hardcover)

Wolverine Origins Vol 03 – Swift and Terrible

New Avengers By Brian Michael Bendis Vol 02 (Softcover)

New Avengers By Brian Michael Bendis Vol 02 (Hardcover)

Avengers 1959

Wolverine – Tales of Weapon X (Softcover)

Wolverine – Tales of Weapon X (Hardcover)

X-Men – Mutant Massacre (Softcover)

X-Men – Mutant Massacre (Hardcover)

X-Men – Phalanx Covenant

Spider-Man – The Assassin Nation Plot

Amazing Spider-Man By David Michelinie and Todd McFarlane Omnibus

Spider-Man/Punisher/Sabretooth – Designer Genes

X-Men – Fatal Attractions

Sabretooth – Death Hunt

X-Men – The Age of Apocalypse Omnibus

X-Men – Age of Apocalypse Omnibus Companion

Sabretooth – Back To Nature

Team X/Team 7

Identity Disc

Sabretooth – Open Season

X-Men – Supernovas (Softcover)

X-Men – Supernovas (Hardcover)

Wolverine – Sabretooth

Wolverine – Back in Japan (Softcover)

Wolverine – Back in Japan (Hardcover)

Wolverine – Sabretooth Reborn (Softcover)

Wolverine – Sabretooth Reborn (Hardcover)

All-New X-Men Vol 02 – Here To Stay

Uncanny X-Men Vol 03 – The Good, The Bad, The Inhuman

Wolverine Vol 02 – Killable

Death of Wolverine (Softcover)

Death of Wolverine (Hardcover)

Death of Wolverine – The Logan Legacy

Avengers & X-Men – Axis (Softcover)

Avengers & X-Men – Axis (Hardcover)

Uncanny Avengers Vol 01 – Counter-Evolutionary

Served a lifetime as the primary villain for one of Marvel’s most popular hero Wolverine, the fictional character Sabretooth was created by Chris Claremont (Captain Britain, Contest of Champions II) and John Byrne (Darkseid/Galactus, Uncanny X-Men). Even though, Victor Creed would make quite a regular appearance on the pages of Uncanny X-Men in the early period, he first debuted on Iron Fist issue #14, in 1977.

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The Most Feral Mutant

During the character’s decade-long fan-favorite run as a villain of X-Men and Wolverine himself, he was also part of many of the titles and teams aside from the one’s mentioned above like Avengers Unity Division, Astonishing Avengers, Avengers 1959, Hellfire Club, Hounds, Weapon X and the Wolverines. On several occasion he also tangled with Spider-Man, Daredevil and Punisher.

Despite him being portrayed as a villain in the regular continuity, Sabretooth is a depicted as a hero in the Age of Apocalypse reality. In live-action movie, actor Tyler Mane and Liev Schreiber has respectively played the role in X-Men (2000) and X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009).
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