Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
TV, Comic Books
Every day in April we will reveal the greatest stories ever told starring a particular character or written/drawn by a particular creator (and throughout the month, you’ll get daily chances to vote for NEXT week’s lists). These lists are voted on by YOU, the reader!
Here is the list of characters/creators featured so far (along with the rules on how to vote).
Today’s list is the Greatest Carmine Infantino Stories Ever Told!
10. “Vengeance of the Immortal Villain!” Flash #137
Vandal Savage returns in this classic Silver Age tale of two worlds! Gardner Fox wrote it and Infantino and Joe Giella did the artwork.
9. “The Mystery of the Menacing Mask!” Detective Comics #327
The debut of the new look Batman in this issue drawn by Infantino and Joe Giella and written by John Broome.
8. “Who Has Been Lying In My Grave?” Strange Adventures #205
Infatino and Arnold Drake introduce Deadman in this excellent first issue (with inks by George Roussos).
7. “The Blockbuster Invasion of Gotham City!” Detective Comics #345
Gardner Fox and Infantino introduce Blockbuster in this powerful tale (with inks by Joe Giella)
6. “The Wheel” Star Wars #18-23
Archie Goodwin, Infantino and inker Bob Wiacek told this thrilling story of the Wheel, a space station that holds a bunch of casinos but also has arenas where people are forced to fight against each other for the amusement of the casino attendees (and for their gambling pleasure)
The top five is on the next page!
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