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Luke Cage, Hero for Hire #1 (1972) Out of Hell – A Hero!” - George Tuska & Billy Graham

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Amazon.com: Luke Cage: Hero For Hire, Vol. 1 (9780785116851): Roy Thomas, Archie Goodwin, Steve Englehart, Gerry Conway, Tony Isabella, George Tuska, ...

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#12 “Chemistro” Spider-man is on the splash page but doesn't appear in this issue. Cage guest-starred in Spidey's book that month.

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... those early Luke Cage adventures. Plus, after Cage battles Doom, it establishes the Hero for Hire as a big league presence in the Marvel Universe.

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... Luke Cage, Hero for Hire to Power Man. Cage faces perhaps his greatest threat in Cottonmouth in these two hard hitting comics that you should read ...

There was a pretty smooth transition when Billy took over the penciling duties from George Tuska as you can see from this page of Luke Cage, Hero For Hire ...

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Original by Steve Englehart and George Tuska from Luke Cage, Hero-for-Hire #9; Marvel Comics, 1973. Click here to read the comic issue.

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Luke Cage, Hero for Hire #15 (Nov. 1973). Cover art by Graham.

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Luke Cage, Power Man v1 #47, 1977 - No Barry Smith art, despite what some comic book price guides say. The opening page credits George Tuska as penciller ...

Cage realizes he has steel-hard skin for the first time, punching through a block wall. Artwork by George Tuska and Billy Graham from Hero for Hire #1 ...

Diamondback Created by Archie Goodwin and George Tuska First Appearance: Luke Cage, Hero for Hire #1 (1972)

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Let's see what he looked like on Luke Cage a few years prior to the arc with T'Challa we've been enjoying. By the way, how about the writing credits?

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Black Mariah Created by Steve Englehart and George Tuska First Appearance: Luke Cage, Hero for Hire #5 (1973)

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Created by Steve Englehart, George Tuska, and Billy Graham, Mariah Dillard, aka Black Mariah, made her first appearance in “Hero for Hire” #5.

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Plus it's full of classic Cage quotes I'll leave you discover for yourself, but believe me, fans of 'Sweet Sister' & 'Christmas' won't be disappointed.

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"a little promotion work, and I'm in business" Luke Cage, Hero For Hire (June by George Tuska Billy Graham - "A little promotion work an' I'm in business!

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Three hours of expletives that never repeats? Goddamn, now that's some street. You gotta love Luke's ...

But with the success of Shaft, Super Fly and Blacula in 1972, Lee plunged ahead with the idea for a new black super-hero, consulting with Roy Thomas.

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by daniel tervoort. Perhaps not the first, but for my money the greatest black superhero of them all was LUKE CAGE, HERO FOR HIRE.

Created by Archie Goodwin and John Romita, Sr. (and drawn by the great George Tuska), Luke Cage was one of Marvel's many creations that catered to the times ...

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Indeed, Luke Cage (now called Power Man from #17 of his own book) was a bit of a joke character at one point. Invulnerable and super-strong, ...

Luke Cage, Hero for Hire #3 Oct 1972 "Mark of the Mace!" Can even Luke Cage's unbreakable skin stand up to the bone-crushing power of the man called Mace?

The character Luke Cage was created in 1972, by Archie Goodwin, John Romita, Sr. and George Tuska – first appearing in Luke Cage, Hero for Hire.

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The first three issues were spent introducing the supporting cast and offering a general theme for the book, after which Goodwin and Tuska relinquished the ...

Later revived in the 1990's, the Luke Cage and Iron Fist team has evolved through several series. Most recently, Luke Cage and Iron Fist appear in the ...

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Issue #1, Page 3 features an imprisoned Luke with Comanche and Shades, 2

Luke got angry at the idea that he would ever forget where he came from…

Unrelated to the member of the Serpant Society of the same name, Cottonmouth was created by Len Wein and George Tuska in 1974's “Power Man” #19.

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Early Luke Cage was a lot like early Fantastic Four or Spider-Man, in that you basically got a “freak of the month” in every issue—new villains, ...

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It starts with a man named Lucas being abused at prison by a viciously racist C.O., which the neglectful warden allows. When the prison is brought under new ...

...a fave Hulk-short by Rascally Roy Thomas, Happy Herb Trimpe, and Big Brother John Severin.