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9 of Bill Mantlo's Best Comic Covers

Bill Mantlo, the subject of our cover story “Tragic Tale,” was Marvel Comics’ go-to guy for getting stories turned around in a hurry. It was a role that landed him writing assignments on virtually everything Marvel published in the late 1970s and early 1980s. At his busiest, he was writing for up to eight different titles a month, and his total output is more than 500 issues. Not too shabby.

Bill left comics for a legal career and in 1992 was nearly killed in a hit-and-run accident that left him permanently brain damaged. Ultimately, he fell through the cracks of the U.S. healthcare system and is now a living cautionary tale for anyone who produces, sells, buys or relies on health insurance.


Micronauts #1


Cloak & Dagger #1


ROM #1


ROM - Spacenite


Rocket Raccoon #1


Human Fly #1


Micronauts #58 - Farewell


Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu #8


Howard the Duck #30


Incredible Hulk #300


What If #21

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