Captain Marvel by Jim Starlin (2016) – TPB “The Complete Collection”

Synopsis:

The ultimate collection of the creator that defined Captain Marvel! Under the aegis of writer/artist Jim Starlin, CAPTAIN MARVEL evolved into one of comics’ most influential titles. Starlin stripped the Kree Captain to his core and resurrected him as a truly cosmic hero. This may have been Starlin’s first super-hero saga, but it introduced some of his signature characters — including Drax the Destroyer and Mar-Vell’s nemesis, Thanos! As Thanos’ mad quest for unlimited power rages, Captain Marvel teams with the Avengers for a truly epic confrontation! Years later, Starlin returned for the strikingly personal and moving “Death of Captain Marvel” — and rewrote the rule book on a super hero’s passing.

Reprints/Collects:

  • Captain Marvel (1968) #25
  • Captain Marvel (1968) #26
  • Captain Marvel (1968) #27
  • Captain Marvel (1968) #28
  • Captain Marvel (1968) #29
  • Captain Marvel (1968) #30
  • Captain Marvel (1968) #31
  • Captain Marvel (1968) #32
  • Captain Marvel (1968) #33
  • Captain Marvel (1968) #34
  • Daredevil (1964) #105
  • Iron Man (1968) #55
  • Marvel Feature (1971) #12
  • Marvel Graphic Novel (1982) #1

Writer(s):
Steve Englehart
Mike Friedrich
Stephen Ross “Steve” Gerber
Jim Starlin

Penciller(s):
Jim Starlin

Inker(s):
Jack Abel – ‘Gary Michaels’
David Emmett ‘Dave’ Cockrum
Mike Esposito – ‘Espo’
Daniel ‘Dan’ Green
Klaus R. Janson
Pablo Marcos
Allen ‘Al’ Milgrom
Don David Perlin – ‘D. David Perlin’
Charles Eber ‘Chic’ Stone

Colorist(s):
Kellustration
Janice Cohen
Dale Crain
Sheila Johnson
Michael ‘Mike’ Kelleher
Linda Lessmann – ‘Linda Lessmann Reinhold’
Steve Oliff
Jim Starlin

Letterer(s):
John Costanza
John Duffy
David ‘Dave’ Hunt
James R. ‘Jim’ Novak
Tom Orzechowski – ‘Tom Orz’
Michael W. ‘Mike’ Royer

Editor(s):
Allen ‘Al’ Milgrom
Cory Sedlmeier
Roy Thomas

Cover Artist(s):
Jim Starlin
Dean V. White

Cover Date: December 2016

Cover Price: US $ 34.99

Format: Color; Trade Paperback; 352 pages

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