PHOENIX (1975) (#1-4) (ATLAS/SEABOARD) #4 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Phoenix (1975) #4
Last issue. New costume, name and powers. "A Man for the Centuries" is written by Gary Friedrich and drawn by Ric Estrada and Frank Giacoia. Atlas/Seaboard's gutsy, independent comic book titles had pretty much hit the end of their run when this issue, cover-dated October 1975 came out. Since issue #1 astronaut Ed Tyler had gone from being a reluctant science hero out to save the Earth from alien invasion to suicidal anti-hero, bent on killing himself over the guilt of failing in that task.

But before Tyler can burn himself out in the stratosphere, he's taken prisoner by yet another group of aliens: these ones calling themselves the Protectors. Repairing his burnt flesh is just first step these godlike creatures take in transforming our hero. Soon, he has a new costume, new gadgets, a new face and a new mission in life: prove humanity is worth saving by proving himself worthy first!

GCD Data

Title: A Man For All Centuries

Featuring: Phoenix

Credits: Gary Friedrich (Script), Ric Estrada (Pencils), Frank Giacoia (Inks), Shelly Leferman (Letters).

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: Atlas/SeaboardTitle: PHOENIX (1975) (#1-4) (ATLAS/SEABOARD)
IssueFairGoodVery GoodFineVery FineNear Mint
4 (2.50) 5.00 (10.00) 17.00 30.00 49.00


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