Bill is back with his latest action figure comic – Power Man and Iron Fist: Revenge of the Wrecking Crew. This is a follow-up to one of his favorite comic stories, in which Iron Fist battles the Wrecking Crew, with a little help from Captain America (in Iron Fist #11and 12, a Chris Claremont and John Byrne classic from way back in 1977).
The Wrecker also had a beef with Power Man, from when Luke Cage took him on during Cage’s debut in the Fantastic Four, replacing a de-powered Ben Grimm (you can check this out in Fantastic Four #168 on Marvel Unlimited, another classic from way back in ’76.)
Bill is back with his latest action figure comic, a jumbo-sized Spider-Man tale featuring Kraven the Hunter and more classic Spidey rogues. Check out The Amazing Spider-Man – Hunters and Prey, and be sure to check out the rest of Bill’s work here at AFP and at Bill’s Comics.
Bill’s latest action figure comic is a special one in particular for me. He asked me who my favorite comic book character is – and as you may know, Deadpool is way up there. I went on to tell Bill what I thought would be a great idea for a comic. He came back with Deadpool – The Motion Picture, and generously gave me a “plot by” credit.
This comic book is better than 99% of the comics ever made. And just in case you don’t think so, a year ago I had a fantastic version of this. And it would’ve received great reviews. You’ll probably never see it. That’s reality though.
Bill has been on a tear lately, and is back with his latest action figure comic. When Alfred is “Taken,” Batman demonstrates that he has a very particular set of skills! Be sure to check out the rest of Bill’s work here at AFP and at Bill’s Comics.
Bill is back with his latest action figure comic. In “That She May See,” Daredevil hopes to help someone with whom he can truly empathize – a little girl who has lost her eyesight in a car accident… and finds himself up against the likes of A.I.M., Batroc, and more! Be sure to check out the rest of Bill’s work here at AFP and at Bill’s Comics.