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Pg. 14; Jim Starlin pencils, Alex Nino inks; image size 10.5" x 15"
Rampaging Hulk was a large format black and white publication put out by Marvel Comics in the 70s, during the period the imprint had a lot of success with their line of magazines that included adult-themed content, titles like Savage Sword of Conan, Savage Tales, and The Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu joined Rampaging Hulk on stationary store racks around the country until the novelty wore off and many of the titles were canceled in the colorful 80s.

This page from Rampaging Hulk #4 was penciled by the stellar Jim Starlin and inked by the talented Alex Nino, it is a moody page that shows the Hulk and a wizard named Chen K'an as they travel through a desolate landscape towards Tyroc, the Citadel of Terror, where the mage hopes to recover an important artifact. He has imbued the Hulk with some of Bruce Banner's intelligence in order to keep the brute docile for their journey. The foreboding background and magnificent tower are reminiscent of something out of Heavy Metal magazine. A lovely page that should be attractive to Hulk fans and sci-fi devotees alike.
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pg. 2. by Jim Starlin & Dave Cockrum. Features Black Panther, Iron Man, Scarlet Witch and Hawkeye caught in an anti-gravity field. 11" x 17"
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Issue #107 of the Avengers is titled "The Master Plan of the Space Phantom" and on this compelling Jim Starlin page the titular villain plots the fate of four captive Avengers with fellow baddie the Grim Reaper. As the Scarlet Witch, Black Panther, Iron Man and Hawkeye stand there helplessly the duo of villains get to chew the scenery, and chew they do, engaging in the sort of banter that only exists in the pages of comics like this one.

Jim Starlin's pencils and Dave Cockrum's inks tell the story with the practiced ease of two veteran talents who are fully in control of their medium, employing dramatic angles and detailed close-ups these two masters of comic art work in unison to create a wonderful page, stuffed with popular heroes, that is guaranteed to be a popular piece of comic art for all those Earth's Mightiest Heroes fans out there.
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Marvel
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Pg. 14; Jim Starlin pencils, Al Milgrom inks; image size 10" x 15"
Thanos quarter splash!
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Marvel
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Pg. 31; Jim Starlin, pencils and layouts, Alfredo Alcala finished work and inks; 10" x 16"
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Pg. 7; Jim Starlin & Al Milgrom pencils, Al Milgrom inks; image size 10" x 15"
If there are two characters that Marvel fans love to watch duke it out, none are more popular than the Thing & Hulk. The big green machine and the clobbering orange mouth of Yancy street are illustrated by two titans themselves, Jim Starlin and Al Milgrom. Their astute collaboration on this wall bursting page makes for action filled panels you can't look away from.
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Pg. 31; Jim Starlin pencils, Joe Sinnott inks; image size 10" x 15"
Awesome double trouble action panels from Ironman and Thing battling it out with the Blood Brothers.
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