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AVENGERS #141 (Nov 1975) Marvel Comics

cover: Jack Kirby (unsigned)
AVENGERS #141
Date: Nov 1975
Cover Price: $0.25
Publisher: marvelcomics.com

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    Credits
    "The Phantom Empire" (16 pages)
    writer:  Steve Englehart
    art:  George Perez
    Vinnie Colletta
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    John Byrne reimagined the cover to Avengers #141

    posted Jan 30, 2012 9:01 AM by Vu Sleeper

    From byrnerobotics.com, thanks to Sam H


    AVENGERS #141 (Nov 1975)
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    Posted: 28 January 2012 at 1:40pm

    11" x 17" reimagining of the cover to Avengers # 141

    - All art with no logoes, numbers, etc.
    - Same costumes for all characters with the exception that Iron Man has no "nose"

    Coincidentally, the first issue of THE AVENGERS I bought new off the stands, back in 1975. Really interesting looking at this issue. The potential George had is there, albeit somewhat buried under Colleta's inks -- but what's most enlightening is to see just how far George went. Starting out, he was almost instantly a fan favorite, yet he was not content to rest on his laurels (as we have seen with so many artists who came along since). He kept working, kept pushing, and earned himself a place as not only a fan fave, but one of the best in the biz. Sadly, not always the same thing!

     


    Dan Slott Talks Mighty Avengers

    Oct 9, 2008 11:28 PM posted by vu sleeper

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    Dan Slott Talks Mighty Avengers
    by Jonathan Callan, Contributing Writer Thu, October 9th, 2008 at 12:47PM PST

    Dan Slott and Khoi Pham's "Mighty Avengers" run begins in January

    When Marvel announced at last month’s Diamond Retailers Summit that Brian Michel Bendis would be leaving “Mighty Avengers,” speculation was rampant as to who would replace him. When it was announced at the Baltimore Comic-Con that Dan Slott would be the new writer starting in January, fans of the “Avengers: The Initiative” and “Amazing Spider-Man” scribe jumped for joy.


    AVENGERS #141 (Nov 1975)
    In a way few can match, Dan Slott is intimately familiar with nearly every corner of the Marvel Universe, and you’d be hard-pressed to find someone with more appreciation for Avengers legacy and lore. But while Slott can’t talk about the new team’s roster or the Marvel Universe’s status quo book following Secret Invasion he was happy to sit down with CBR News to talk about about his favorite Avengers stories, what the team means to him, and why this book just might be the one to smooth the ruffled feathers of those fans who have been unhappy with the departure from Avengers tradition seen since 2004’s “Avengers Disassembled.”

    (excerpt)

    What Avengers team did you grow up with?

    One of the first issues I ever bought with my own hard-earned dough was “Avengers” #141, with one of the first appearances of the Squadron Supreme. In the next issue, they were hanging out with the Two-Gun Kid. So it was [writer Steve] Engleheart and [artist] George Perez [on the title]. This is around “Serpent Crown” and I was there all the way through #200, where you had the stuff with Ms. Marvel and Immortus and you had guys like [artist] John Byrne and [writer Roger] Stern [on the title]. One of the first issues I ever bought was when Hellcat joined the team, the cover where she’s jumping at you.


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