Got tagged for #webheadwednesday by @mygeekedoutcollection. I think I’ll continue my trend of showing off ornaments! This is my favorite of my Hallmark ornaments, but the Loch Ness Monster ornament you see under it to the left is my favorite ornament.
Iwastaggedby @comicspirits for #whitecoverwednesday This is good for #webheadwednesday and #firstappearancefriday too.
Marvel Team-Up #100
Giant-size issue. "And Introducing Karma! She Possesses People!" Guest-starring Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four. Script by Chris Claremont. Art by Frank Miller (breakdowns) and Bob Wiacek (finishes). Cover by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson. The Fantastic Four are attending an upscale reception in New York's financial district, when suddenly the Spectacular Spider-Man crashes the party! The web-slinger wants to rescue two Vietnamese children in attendance, but instead ends up battling the FF! What has possessed the wall-crawler to do this? After comparing notes, the fabulous foursome and Spider-Man realize that they are caught in the middle of a child custody battle between two high-powered telepaths! And on the East River waterfront, the life-and-death showdown takes place! First appearance of Karma (Xi'an Coy Manh). Cameo appearances by Colossus, Storm, Wolverine, and Professor Xavier. (Notes: Karma appears next in Marvel Graphic Novel 4. This story was reprinted in Marvel Tales 250 and also in The Complete Frank Miller Spider-Man.) Second story: "Cry--Vengeance!" Guest-starring Storm and the Black Panther. Plot by Chris Claremont and John Byrne. Script by Chris Claremont. Art by John Byrne (breakdowns) and Bob McLeod (finishes). After surviving an assassination attempt, Storm learns that an old foe from days gone by has come back for revenge. Ororo visits the Wakanda embassy to tell T'challa that Andreas De Ruyter is in New York. And just as they did many years ago on the African continent, the Black Panther and Storm team up to fight the evil of De Ruyter!
Cheers to a #webheadwednesday 💪🏻🕸🕷🙃 "With great power comes great responsibility." And with great responsibility comes great stress! It's not easy to live a good life. Living up to expectations, standards, moral and ethical duties. Doing good daily is tiring. Yes, it is very rewarding! But sometimes there are no thank yous. There is no acknowledgment. It is a silent reward knowing that you did the right thing, you did it well and you did it at the right time. So cheers to all the web heads amd all the wall crawler's out there! The people that do not take the easy route and just give up or do piss-poor work. The people that do the right thing not because someone may be looking. But because someone may be following in their footsteps. There is a hero in all of you! You wont be a hero everyday... But you can be here at the right time. Cheers love and respect! Keep moving forward 🏋️♀️💚🙏 " I guess one person can make a difference."