comics research bibliography: Marvel Comics

Based on the comics research bibliography, copyright 2002 by John Bullough and Michael Rhode.

[Raphael, Jordan and John F. Ronan]. 1995.
Miscellaneous news: Lapham signs [film] deal; Dark Horse restructures; Massive comics-oriented work published [by Bill Blackbeard]; CD-ROM news: Marvel, CIE; Fantasy Shop Inc. raises money for AIDS organization; A.P.E. III dates set; Kurtzman exhibit planned; Comics Legends Legal Defense Fund moves; Bitchy Bitch does X-Mas [play]; Gallery news.
Comics Journal (182; November): 24-25

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Alan Hanley; Crackerjack Crew.]
Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Alan Hanley; James Shull.]
Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Behind the scenes at Marvelmania.]
Marvelmania (6).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Beneath the Planet of the Apes review.]
Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Campus comics club.]
Marvelmania (6).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Captain America movie serial.]
Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Charlie Brown movie review.]
Marvelmania (2).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Comics club news, quizzes, news.]
Marvelmania (2).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Comics club news; quizzes, news.]
Marvelmania (3).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Comics Code.]
Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Comics reviews; letters; news.]
Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Don Newton as Captain America.]
Marvelmania (6).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Flash Gordon serials.]
Marvelmania (6).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Harlan Ellison and Joe Sinnott.]
Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Harlan Ellison and the Hulk.]
Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Joe Sinnott interview.]
Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Marie Severin; Forbushman; Not Brand Echh.]
Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Mike Royer profile.]
Marvelmania (2).

[Unknown.] 1970.
Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970.
Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Reviews of Marvel comics.]
Marvelmania (2).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Roy Thomas on Conan.]
Marvelmania (2).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Roy Thomas on Conan.]
Marvelmania (3).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Roy Thomas on Conan.]
Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Science fiction in comics.]
Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Science fiction.]
Marvelmania (6).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Spider-Man and spiders.]
Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Spider-Man strip; Stan Lee; John Romita.]
Marvelmania (3).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Spider-man strip; Stan Lee; John Romita.]
Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Stan Lee.]
Marvelmania (6).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Thomas' and Adkins' Starhawk.]
Marvelmania (6).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Tony Isabella and The Avengers.]
Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970.
[Tony Isabella; The Avengers.]
Marvelmania (2).

[Unknown.] 1991.
Marvel Comics [stock offering].
Washington Post (Jul 17):D2.

[Unknown.] 1991.
Stock offerings: Now he'll need a power tie [Marvel Comics' stock offering].
Time (Jul 8).

[Unknown.] 1992.
Marvel and Fleer agree: A merger is in the cards.
Washington Post (Jul 25).

[Unknown.] 1992.
X-men move from Marvel to Malibu [artists leaving].
Washington Times (Feb 20).

[Unknown.] 1993.
Investor Ron Perelman [increasing stake in Marvel].
Washington Post (Mar 23).

[Unknown.] 1994.
Building a new kids block [Marvel/Genesis superhero cartoon teamup].
Electronic Media 13(10; Mar 7):3.

[Unknown.] 1994.
Marvel Entertainment [hired Bruce Stein].
Washington Post (Jun 21).

[Unknown.] 1994.
Marvel Entertainment Group [bought Heroes World].
Washington Post (Dec 29):D12.

[Unknown.] 1994.
Marvel Entertainment Group [bought Malibu Comics].
Washington Post (Nov 4).

[Unknown.] 1995.
Marketing [Universal and Marvel Comics].
Amusement Business 107(16; Apr 16):7.

[Unknown.] 1996.
Marvel Entertainment [on the bankruptcy filing].
Washington Post (Dec 31).

[Unknown.] 1996.
Marvel Entertainment Group [on third quarter losses].
Washington Post (Nov 13).

[Unknown.] 1996.
Marvel Universe [review of book by P. Sanderson].
People Weekly 46(26; Dec 23):34.

[Unknown.] 1997.
Bankruptcy judge allows Marvel to suspend payments.
New York Times (Jun 6).

[Unknown.] 1997.
Battle for Marvel: Icahn gains victory.
Kansas City Star (Feb 26).

[Unknown.] 1997.
Business digest: Marvel Entertainment Group [bankruptcy].
Kansas City Star (Mar 8).

[Unknown.] 1997.
Business digest: Marvel Entertainment Group's bondholders.
Washington Post (Jun 21).

[Unknown.] 1997.
Business digest: Marvel Entertainment.
Washington Post (Mar 29).

[Unknown.] 1997.
Clash of the paper titans [Marvel Entertainment].
The Economist 342(Jan 4):69.

[Unknown.] 1997.
Corporate notes [Marvel bankruptcy].
Kansas City Star (Jan 23).

[Unknown.] 1997.
Marvel to drop Chapter 11 shield or look to liquidate.
Albany Times Union (Sep 13).

[Unknown.] 1997.
Marvel-lousy [Perelman, Icahn, Marvel Comics].
Economist 342(8008; Mar 15):75.

[Unknown.] 1997.
Talks continue for Marvel sale.
Albany Times Union (Aug 30).

[Unknown.] 1997.
Zap! Pow! Bam [Marvel Comics bankruptcy]!
Barron's (Mar 10):34.

A., J. [full name unknown]. 1996.
Marvel Universe by Peter Sanderson [review].
Washington Post Book World (Dec 8).

Adams, Neal. 1970.
Marvelmania (6).

Adams, Neal. 1996.
X-Men Visionaries Vol. 2: The Neal Adams Collection.
New York: Marvel Comics

Adkins, Dan. 1970.
[Starhawk cover.]
Marvelmania (3).

Associated Press. 1992.
Martin Goodman, publisher of Marvel Comics, dies at 84.
Washington Post (Jun 13):B6.

Associated Press. 1996.
Planet Hollywood soars in initial offering [Marvel Mania restaurants].
Washington Post (Apr 10).

Bart, Peter. 1997.
War of the words [Marvel Comics, C. Icahn and R. Perelman].
Variety 265(12; Jan 27):2, 93.

Beck, C.C. 1999.
The Captain's chief: The original, genuine, Golden Age Captain Marvel, the World's Mightiest Mortal as remembered by C. C. Beck...
Alter Ego 3 (2; Autumn) / Fawcett Collectors of America (61): Golden Age section 44-48

Beck, C.C. 2000.
The real Captain Marvel and the wonderful golden age of comics.
Alter Ego 3 (3; Winter) / Fawcett Collectors of America (62): 34-37

Berger, Arthur Asa. 1972.
Marvel Language: The Comic Book and Reality.
ETC: A Review of General Semantics 29: 169-80.

Berger, Arthur. 1972.
Marvel language: The comic book and reality.
Etc.: A Review of General Semantics 29(2):169-180.

Berkebile, David. 1999.
Neal Adams' Marvel Work: A Checklist
Comic Book Artist (3; Winter): 39-41

Binder, Otto. 1978.
[Excerpts from Marvel Family script never published].
Amazing World of DC Comics (17; Apr).

Bittner, Drew. 1989.
Claws unsheathed [Wolverine; Archie Goodwin; Howard Chaykin; Marvel Comics].
Comics Scene (8):17-20.

Bozza, Anthony. 1996.
Raves: Q-Tip [fan of Marvel Comics].
Rolling Stone (748; Nov 28):45.

Brick, Scott. 1997.
Title wave [Marvel].
Wizard (76; Nov):42-46.

Broadbent, Christopher. 1982.
Detente between the superpowers [Marvel and DC Present X-Men and New Teen Titans].
Orion (2): 8

Brodie, Ian. 1996.
Gambling on a modern Marvel.
London Times (Nov 18):46.

Browne, Ray B. 1978.
The Mighty Marvel Comics Strength and Fitness Book by Anne Picardo and Joe Giella [Book Review].
Journal of Popular Culture 12(1; Summer).

Browne, Ray B. 1992.
American Comic Strip Collections 1884-1939: The Revolutionary Era by Dennis Gifford [Book Review].
Journal of Popular Culture 26(2; Fall).

Brownlee, Lisa and Jon Elsen. 1999.
Marvel Strips Ceo; Buyout Artist Named.
New York Post (July 21)

Bryant, Adam. 1998.
Pow! The punches that left Marvel reeling: Perelman-Icahn fight has pummeled investors.
New York Times (May 24): Money & Business 1, 10-11.

Burkins, Glenn. 2000.
U.S. also uses AOL and [Marvel] comics to push its antidrug messages.
Wall Street Journal (January 18): B16

Callard & Bowser-Suchard. 1999.
Iron Mint! [Altoid advertisement using Marvel's Iron Man].
Entertainment Weekly (November 12): 93

Campbell, Mary. 1990.
Hype alone does not a superhero make [Marvel's Night Cat comics, movie and album].
Albany Times Union (Sep 8):D2.

Carlinsky, Dan. 1973.
Return of the World's Mightiest Mortal [Captain Marvel].
New York Daily News (January 7)

Carter, Gary M. with Richard Evans. 1995.
The Witness [Timely / Marvel Comics].
Comic Book Marketplace (September): 26-30

Chester, Les. 1985.
Alan Davis Checklist [British artist on Captain Britain, Batman, D.R. & Quinch, Marvelman / Miracleman].
Amazing Heroes (85; December 15): 34-38

Chester, Les. 1985.
An interview with Alan Davis [British artist on Captain Britain, Batman, D.R. & Quinch, Marvelman / Miracleman].
Amazing Heroes (85; December 15): 21-34

Christie, James. 2000.
Marvel stops selling itself short. (August 18):

Colan, Gene. 1970.
[Cover; Submariner.]
Marvelmania (4).

Cooke, Jon B. 1999.
Dave "Blackhawk" Cockrum: The Marvel days of the co-creator of the New X-Men [interview].
Comic Book Artist (6; Fall): 28-31

Cooke, Jon B. 1999.
John Romita Sr.: Spidey's Man; Yakkin' with Marvel's (de facto) '70s Art Director [interview].
Comic Book Artist (6; Fall): 10-20

Cooke, Jon B. 1999.
More than "Just Marie": The glorious artist Marie Severin talks up Marvel [interview].
Comic Book Artist (6; Fall): 22-26

Cooke, Jon B. 1999.
Of doctors and ducks: Interview with artist Frank Brunner on his Marvel days.
Comic Book Artist (6; Fall): 36-47

Cooke, Jon B. 2000.
A master of comics art: Artist Paul Gulacy and his early days at Marvel [interview].
Comic Book Artist (7; March): 24-33

Cooke, Jon B. 2000.
Comix Book: A Marvel oddity; Denis Kitchen talks about Stan's short stran ge trip [interview].
Comic Book Artist (7; March): 102-108

Cooke, Jon B. 2000.
Dan Adkins' strange tales: In the world of Wood and the House of Ideas [interview on Marvel].
Comic Book Artist (7; March): 50-57

Cooke, Jon B. 2000.
Doug Moench's memories: Chatting with Chicago son and prolific Marvel scripter [interview].
Comic Book Artist (7; March): 34-48

Cooke, Jon B. 2000.
John Byrne's early Marvel years: Marvel's superstar artist on his humble beginnings [interview].
Comic Book Artist (7; March): 92-94

Cooke, Jon B. 2000.
Rich Buckler breaks out! The artist on Deathlok, T'Challa [the Black Panther] and other Marvel tales [interview].
Comic Book Artist (7; March): 80-91

Cooke, Jon B. 2000.
Steve Gerber's crazy days: The writer discusses his days in the House of Ideas [interview on Marvel].
Comic Book Artist (7; March): 66-79

Cooke, Jon B. 1998.
Gil Kane, Marvel's "Amazing-Man": An appreciation
Comic Book Artist (2; Summer): 1

Cooke, Jon B. 1998.
The heir apparent: In deep with Marvel's writer/editor, Roy Thomas.
Comic Book Artist (2; Summer): 20-33, 72

Cooke, Jon B. 1998.
The mark of Kane: An interview with Marvel's cover man, Gil Kane.
Comic Book Artist (2; Summer): 38-41

Critser, Greg. 1987.
The Marvel strategy [New World Pictures].
Channels 7(Mar):24.

Cwiklik, Greg. 1995.
On the shoulders of giants: Marvels [by Busiek and Ross] and the "realistic" superhero - It's only make-believe.
Comics Journal (175; March): 89-92

Daniels, Les. 1993.
Marvel: Five Fabulous Decades of The World's Greatest Comics.
New York: Abrams.

de la Ree, Gerry. 1953.
Captain Marvel's mouthpiece: Poor boy's Superman has a ghost writer living in Englewood [Otto Binder].
Bergen Record (February 7)

Dean, Michael. 1999.
Meet Marvel's new boss.
Comics Journal (218; December): 7-8

Dean, Michael. 1999.
News Watch: Marvel gets a new suit; Book of comics-creator sketches stolen; NPO online actions on Ebay to benefit CBLDF.
Comics Journal (215; August): 40

Dean, Michael. 2000.
Joe Simon claims Cap [Captain America] copyright [from Marvel].
Comics Journal (219; January): 8-10

Dean, Michael. 1999.
Character conflicts: Marvel wins back Spider-Man; Wolfman sues for Blade [movies].
Comics Journal (212; May): 7-8

DeCandido, Keith R. A. 1997.
Chronology to the Marvel novels and anthologies.
In Spider-Man and Fantastic Four: Wreckage (Doom's Day Book 3).
New York: Boulevard Books.

Dickholtz, Daniel. 1989.
Revisionist history [Marvel Comics' What If?].
Comics Scene (7):7.

Diehl, Digby. 1997.
Gift books [review of Marvel Universe by P. Sanderson].
Playboy 44(1; Jan):33.

Ditko, Steve. 1970.
[Back cover; unused Amazing Fantasy #15 cover].
Marvelmania (2).

Doherty, Jacqueline. 1997.
In move to control Marvel, Perelman enlists Perlmutter.
Barron's (Apr 28):MW9.

Edwards, Bob. 1997.
Comic Clashes [Marvel Comics ownership].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (February 3)

Eng, Paul M. 1994.
Bits and bytes [Marvel's online 'Generation X' comic].
Business Week (3388; Sep 5):86B.

Esparza, Santiago. 1996.
Comic books: This Monet paints different picture of autism [Marvel's Generation X].
Detroit News (Nov 21).

Evenson, Laura. 1997.
Comics' superpower to turn season's movies into box-office gold: Hollywood raids DC's and Marvel's pantheons for their simple plots and boffo visuals.
San Francisco Chronicle (May 18).

Everly, Steve. 1996.
Thud! Marvel files bankruptcy.
Kansas City Star (Dec 28).

Evry, Ron. 1995.
On the shoulders of giants: Marvels [by Busiek and Ross] and the "realistic" superhero - Everything in its place.
Comics Journal (175; March): 95-97

Fabrikant, Geraldine. 1993.
Perelman group to increase Marvel stake.
New York Times (Mar 23).

Farhi, Paul. 1988.
For sale: A stable of superheroes [Marvel Comics].
Washington Post (Sep 8):B1.

Farrell, Rita. 2000.
Judge dismisses Icahn-led case against Perelman [on Marvel Comics].
Reuters (February 11)

Fisher, Ron. 1970.
[back cover; Captain America and the Destroyer.]
Marvelmania (6).

Flaherty, Bob. 1998.
Last rites of passage [Marvel Comics].
VMag 1 (5; March)

Fleming, Michael. 1999.
Marvel takes cue from its superheroes [for its movies].
Variety (July 13)

Flynn, Gillian. 2000.
Looking Marvelous: The comic giant goes Hollywood with a roster of superhero movies [Marvel].
Entertainment Weekly (545; June 16): 51

Francis, Deborah. 1997.
Marvel Universe [review of book by P. Sanderson].
School Library Journal 43(4; Apr):170.

Freitag, Steve. 1983.
Marvel expands in 1984: Adds host of titles, including limited series and Epic Comics.
Comics Journal (87; December): 15-17

Freitag, Steve. 1983.
Marvel launches computer comics.
Comics Journal (87; December): 17

Freitag, Steve. 1983.
Marvel miscellania: Olshevsky indexes to appear in comic book form.
Comics Journal (87; December): 18-19

Freitag, Steve. 1983.
Marvel raises rates for reprints; says original art to be returned.
Comics Journal (87; December): 17-18

Fromm, Keif. 1995.
An origin trilogy: Only recently has the origin trilogy of Captain Marvel Junior received the long awaited recognition it deserves.
Comic Book Marketplace (September): 62-65

Furman, Phyllis. 1998.
Marvel-ous comeback: Comics house is rebounding from bankruptcy.
New York Daily News (August 24): 24.

Gentner, Steve. 1995.
Gallery of greats: make mine... All-Select! [Timely / Marvel Comics].
Comic Book Marketplace (September): 59-60

Gerber, Ernest. 1991.
The Photo-Journal Guide to Marvel Comics A-J, vol. 3.
Minden, NV: Gerber.

Gerber, Ernest. 1991.
The Photo-Journal Guide to Marvel Comics K-Z, vol. 4.
Minden, NV: Gerber.

Gertler, Nat. 1995.
Marvel buys Heroes World.
Hogan's Alley 1 (2; Summer): 17

Gilbert, Michael T. 2000.
Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt!! [reprinting Bergen Record article on Otto Binder from 1953].
Alter Ego 3 (3; Winter): Captain Marvel section 13-17

Gleiberman, Owen. 1998.
Pain in the neck [Marvel's Blade movie review].
Entertainment Weekly (September 4): 56.

Gore, Matthew H. [date unknown.]
Origin of Marvelman.
CBM (22).

Green, Robin. 1971.
Face Front! Clap your hands! We're on the winning team! [Marvel Comics including Stan Lee, Flo Steinberg, Jim Steranko, Roy Thomas, Marie Severi n, Herb Trimpe].
Rolling Stone (91; September 16)

Greenwald, John, Daniel Kadlec, Aixa M. Pascual and David E. Thigpen. 1997.
Marvel's tangled web of owners.
Time 149(21; May 26):62.

Gregorian, Dareh. 1997.
Sagging superheroes get drawn and quartered [Marvel Comics].
New York Post (August 25).

Grove, Lloyd. 1999.
Ronald Perelman, butt of the funnies [caricature in "Apartment 3-G" due to role in Marvel Comics bankruptcy].
Washington Post (October 28): C3

Hamerlinck, Paul Charles. 1998.
Can lightning strike twice? C.C. Beck & the return of the Big Red Cheese [Captain Marvel].
Comic Book Artist (1; Spring): 61-63

Harvey, R.C. 1999.
Captain Marvel, the big red rip-off.
Comics Journal (215; August): 115-118

Hembeck, Fred. 1999.
Dateline: @!!?* [Captain Marvel cartoon].
Comic Book Artist (3; Winter): 12

Henkin, Stephen. 1998.
Universal appeal: Orlando theme park plays nostalgia card [Marvel Comics, animation characters].
The World & I 13(3, March): 86-93

Hicks, Jonathan P. 1988.
Marvel Comic Book Unit Being Sold for $82.5 Million.
New York Times (Nov 8).

Hull, Dana. 1997.
Names and faces: New Plan for Marvel.
Washington Post (Mar 8).

Hunt, Dave. 2000.
Marvel (family) memories... and Kurt Schaffenberger [Captain Marvel inker].
Alter Ego 3 (3; Winter) / Fawcett Collectors of America (62): 46-48

Ingersoll, Bob. 2000.
The cheese stands accused!: A look at the Superman / Captain Marvel litigation.
Alter Ego 3 (3; Winter): Captain Marvel section 20-23

Javins, Linda. 1998.
Have a moooving experience... [Marvel Comics staffer's collection of cow sketches by comic book artists at].
Washington Post (July 9): B4.

Jenkins, Holman W., Jr. 1997.
Mythic titans battle over a comic empire - or vice versa [Marvel].
Wall Street Journal (Jan 21):A19.

Jenkins, Mark. 1998.
The doom generation [Marvel Comics movie Blade review].
Washington City Paper (August 21): 36-7.

Jensen, Jeff. 2000.
Daredevil Visionaries by Kevin Smith, Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti, Marvel Comics [brief review].
Entertainment Weekly (April ?)

Jones, Steve. 2000.
Lee leaps comic book worlds in single bound: Marvel legend forges new saga with rival DC.
USA Today (April 12): 1D-2D

Kalish, Carol. 1981.
Ka-Zar, part 2: Ka-Zar at Riverdale High [compares Marvel jungle comic book to Archie].
Comics Feature (11; August): 49-51

Kass, Douglas A. 1992.
Pow! Smash! Ker-plash! High-flying Marvel Comics may be headed for a fall.
Barron's (Feb 17).

Kempley, Rita. 1998.
'Blade': A cut below [Marvel Comics movie review].
Washington Post (August 21): B5.

Kennedy, Mark. 1996.
It's clobberin' time again! Marvel Comics hopes Heroes Reborn will mean sales reborn.
Kansas City Star (Sep 13).

Kepel, Bruce. 1986.
Cadence selling comic book, animation unit; New World Pictures to acquire Marvel.
Los Angeles Times (November 21): 4-2

Kirby, Jack. 1970.
[Spider-Man; cover].
Marvelmania (5).

Knowles, Chris. 2000.
Jim Mooney over Marvel: From Terrytoons to Omega the Unknown, Jim talks comics [interview].
Comic Book Artist (7; March): 58-63

Knowles, Chris. 2000.
The great Marvel exodus: Creators explain that breakin' up ain't so hard to do [Wein, Starlin, Englehart, Perez, Kane, Colan, McGregor, Thomas, Moone y, Janson interviews].
Comic Book Artist (7; March): 112-115

Kohn, Ken. 1996.
Perelman talking holdings public [Marvel Comics owner].
Albany Times Union (Jul 5):B9.

Kraft, David Anthony , Winslow Mortimer and Mike Esposito. 1983 The Amazing Spider-Man Unmasked [coloring book].
Marvel Books

Kraft, David Anthony , Winslow Mortimer and Mike Esposito. 1986.
Unmasked: The Amazing Spider-Man [coloring book].
Marvel Books

Kraft, David Anthony , Winslow Mortimer and Mike Esposito. 1986.
Marvel Super Heroes: Jumbo Coloring & Activity Book.
Marvel Entertainment Group

Kramer, Farrell. 1996.
Marvel files for chapter 11 protection.
Albany Times Union. (Dec 28):E1.

Kramer, Farrell. 1997.
Marvel Comics eyes merger with Toy Biz.
Albany Times Union (Apr 29).

Kurp, Patrick. 1991.
'A Marvel baby:' Comic books mean business for Troy man.
Albany Times Union (Dec 24):B1.

Kurp, Patrick. 1993.
It all began with Batman and Robin: Comic book fan draws for Marvel [John Hebert].
Albany Times Union (Feb 7):B1.

Kushner, David. 1999.
Captain Marvel: Stan Lee casts a new net.
Entertainment Weekly (March 19): 115

Lawson, Brad. 1999.
Blood and gore in a showbag [censorship called for Marvel Comic inappropriate for children].
The [New South Wales, Australia] Daily Telegraph (April 17)

Leonhardt, David. 1996.
What evil lurks in the heart of Ron [Marvel's Ron Perelman].
Business Week (Jan 22):44.

Lippman, John. 1997.
Bam! Perelman cedes control of Marvel to dissident bondholders led by Icahn.
Wall Street Journal (Mar 10).

Lippman, John. 1997.
Marvel bondholders win clearance to submit reorganization proposal.
Wall Street Journal (Feb 26):B7.

Lippman, John. 1997.
Marvel sues its banks, Perelman, Toy Biz holders over its collapse.
Wall Street Journal (Oct 31?).

Mahar, Maggie. 1996.
Giant to the rescue [Marvel Comics stocks]?
Barron's (Nov 18):19.

Mahar, Maggie. 1996.
Giant to the rescue [possible Marvel Comics Time-Warner bid].
Barron's (Nov 18).

Marvel Comics Group editor [Stan Lee?]. 1948.
[The editors of this magazine would like to ask you an important question... pro-comics editorial]
Complete Mystery (3; December) and Justice Comics (7; December).

Marvel Comics Group editor [Stan Lee?]. 1949.
[Lately there has been quite a debate about comics raging... Wertham editorial]
All True Crime (32; March).

Marvel Comics. 1995.
Draw the Marvel Comics super heroes.
Palo Alto, CA: Klutz Press.

Marvel, Bill. 1972.
Boning up on Batman [studies of popular culture and comics].
In The Arts Explosion (C. A. Ridley, ed.).
Princeton, NJ: Dow Jones Books.

Marvel, Bill. 1972.
Comics for the underground [R. Crumb].
In The Arts Explosion (C. A. Ridley, ed.).
Princeton, NJ: Dow Jones Books.

Massara, Jim. 1987.
Avengers go solo [Marvel Comics' hero Hawkeye].
Comics Scene Special (1):17.

McAvennie, Michael. 1989.
Peter and the Wolverine [Marvel; Peter David].
Comics Scene (8):21.

McConville, Jim. 1996.
Sassa to head Marvel.
Broadcasting and Cable 126(45; Oct 28):87.

McLauchlin, Jim. 1998.
The mighty Casey [Marvel Comics writer Joe Casey].
Wizard (September): 38-44

Mescallado, Ray. 1995.
On the shoulders of giants: Marvels [by Busiek and Ross] and the "realistic" superhero - Vicious circle.
Comics Journal (175; March): 92-95

Mescallado, Ray. 1999.
Laying odds on M-Tech [new Marvel imprint].
Comics Journal (214; July): 113-114

Metcalf, Marion R. 1997.
Henpecked birds [letter about Mark Trail]?
Washington Post (Jul 26).

Meth, Clifford and Daniel Dickholtz. 1987.
Stan Lee: It's a Marvelous Life [movie adaptations of comics].
Comics Scene Special (1):34-37, 64.

Mitchell, Elvis and Imee Gacad. 1998.
The fall and rise of Marvel Comics [Stan Lee]. web extra (Jan 7); New Times L.A. (Dec 25, 1997).

Moniz, Dave. 1997.
A growing army of G.I. Joe collectors [Marvel Comics artist Greg Adams].
Washington Post (Sep 15).

Moore, Roger and The Orlando Sentinel. 2000.
The webventures of Stan Lee: For the master of the Marvel universe, it's a whole new world.
Bergen Record (April 13): YT-3

Murphy, B. Keith. 1993.
Revisionist Reality: Alpha Flight 106 and the Marvel Universe.
Women's Caucus, Central States Speech Communication Association Convention, Lexington, KY (April 18)

Murray, Will. 1989.
The World's Greatest Comic Film [Marvel's Fantastic Four movie]?
Comics Scene (8):50-51.

Newman, Kim. 2000.
Homo Superior: With Bryan Singer's X-Men, the distinctive, troubled universe of Marvel Comics superheroes has at long last hit the screen in all its complex, multi-character glory.
[England] Sight and Sound (September)

Norris, Floyd. 1996.
Anybody want a comics company [Marvel]?
New York Times (Nov 17).

Norris, Floyd. 1997.
An agreement is reached in Marvel rift: Perelman to surrender control to bondholders.
New York Times (Mar 8):37.

Norris, Floyd. 1997.
Bondholders planning to control Marvel by electing new board.
New York Times (Mar 22):39.

Norris, Floyd. 1997.
Toy Biz ends deal to join with Marvel.
New York Times (May 21).

Norris, Floyd. 1997.
Toy Biz ends its deal with Marvel bondholders.
New York Times (May 30).

Norris, Floyd. 1997.
Toy Biz reaches agreement with Marvel's bondholders.
New York Times (May 22).

Oldenburg, Don / Washington Post . 2000.
It takes more than superheroes to sell comics [Marvel and DC attempt to appeal to younger children].
Bergen [NJ] Record (June 28): YT-4

Oldenburg, Don. 2000.
Targeting Today's Kids With the New Comics [Marvel and DC attempt to appeal to younger children].
Washington Post (June 19): C4

Oliver, Suzanne. 1996.
A Marvelous Annuity [Toy Biz and Marvel Comics partnership].
Forbes 158(11; Nov 4):178-180.

O'Neill, Patrick D. 1987.
Mayhem in Mutantland: Death, Sacrifice, Torture, Betrayal [Chris Claremont; Louise Simonson; Marvel Comics' X-Men].
Comics Scene Special (1):18-22.

O'Neill, Patrick D. 1987.
The Next Epoch at Epic [Marvel Comics' Epic line].
Comics Scene Special (1):65-67.

O'Neill, Patrick D. 1989.
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Marvel buys Skybox.
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Marvelutionary war declared: Unprecedented upheavel in direct market.
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At last minute, Toy Biz abandons Marvel.
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