Synopsis: With Marvel's return to publishing "funny" books, Forbrush-Man wants out of the home for dead and forgotten super-heroes and back to the real world. But is the world ready for the man who made Not Brand Ecch! famous and is Forbush-Man ready to re-enter a much different Marble(sic) Universe? Maybe, with a little help from the Pulverizer.
Synopsis: Two stunning pin-ups by Jon Bogdanove show what happens when the Punisher eschews the use of weapons and finds another way to deal with hoodlums and what would really happen in a fight between the Punisher and the Hulk. There are plenty of public spankings and private excuses in these one-panel stories.
Synopsis: When the fighting day is over all the heroes and villains come to Bud's Suds to unwind. Unfortunately, Bud is too kind to make the heroes pay and the villains are too cheap to cough up any money. Bud is in financial trouble as My-Fistoe, ruler of the underworld and Bud's Landlord, is expecting the rent soon.
Synopsis: This parody of the familiar ads for novelty comic books contains all the useful products you've been looking for. Permanent Elvis hairdos, mystery meat, a piece of the Hoboken Wall, a B-2 Steath Bomber, a durable iron doorstop (actually a medieval mace), a swiss-army spoon, the original famous maimings videotape and a few others are waiting for your orders.
Synopsis: Goon Knight, a tough and gritty mercenary, is looking for some crime to fight. At first, he finds some people robbing a museum of its Ancient Egyptian antiquities, but he gave up those proclivities issues ago. He moves on to tougher realistic foes, like a litterbug, but he's still not satisfied. What will satisfy Goon Knight?
Synopsis: Watch out Batman, Marble Comics is making a move on your box office take with Charlie America, the Movie. Don't worry, this one they are going to release for real. Thrill to Charlie's battle with the Magenta Headbone, the evil, Italian, Albanian, Wisconsonian agent. Coming soon to a theater near you. Perhaps.
Synopsis: Uh, oh. It's not the seventies anymore and the censors are having a problem with comics featuring the Prince of Lies and Darkness, and his immediate kin. It looks like the Son of Censored needs to find a new identity. But typefaces aren't cheap, maybe he can become the Son of Santa? If that doesn't work there is always plan B.
Synopsis: The Marvel Masterworks are such a hit with the New Mutants they are wishing that school books were as fun. They can be with Marvel Classicworks. Check out Oliver Twist, the Ex-Orphan, trapped by the Brotherhood of Evil Urchins or thrill to the Phantom of the Marvel Universe featuring the Space Phantom as the man behind the mask.
Synopsis: This (for the most part) text piece lampoons everybody's favorite integral part of Marvel Comics, the Bullpen Bulletin. Check out Stanley's Soapbox, tips for attending a comic book convention (such as switch the price tags on X-Men #94 and What The--?! #3) and a Pro File of The Invisible Editor (who does much more than you would think).
Synopsis: Charlene Atlas can make a man out of anyone, or so she claims. When a bully kicks sand in the face of Mac and his girlfriend Mona, one of them has to do something about it. Mac is too much of a gutless loser to even lick the stamp. What is a woman like to do, and how can Charlene Atlas's strategies work for you?