Nekra to Quoi
Head Writer / Coordinator Jeff Christiansen
Writers Sean McQuaid, Stuart Vandal, Ronald Byrd, Michael Hoskin, Mark O’English, Chris Biggs, Eric J. Moreels, Mike Fichera, Al Sjoerdsma, Barry Reese, Chad Anderson, Madison Carter, Anthony Flamini & Richard Green
Cover Artist Keu Cha
Cover Dated 2006
A year ago, we lost Herb Trimpe and today, we look back at another comic that I have of his.
Unfortunately, Trimpe only has one spotlight that features his art. Outlaw Kid, a character I really enjoyed in Blaze of Glory, a series that I would buy another sequel of, at any given time. He was also used to nice effect in Dan Slott’s She-Hulk series.
The profile that got me to keep this issue is –
The N’Garai, art by Thomas Derenick. Which, of course, mentions the incredible and legendary adventure of Kitty Pryde one fateful Christmas Eve.
Other Entries worth mentioning –
Night Nurse, only note worthy due to her inclusion in the Daredevil Netflix series.
The New Warriors’ Night Thrasher gets two pages
The Marvel Proper version of Nighthawk gets two pages
New Warriors’ Nova gets three pages
Orge, who I liked in Thunderbolts, get a page
Onslaught gets a page
Younger Avengers’ Patriot gets two pages
Generation X’s Penance gets a page
Mockingbird rapist, Phantom Rider gets three pages
Genis-Vell, Captain Marvel’s son, who is going by Photon apparently.
Original 66 X-Men villian, Plantman gets a feature.
Runaways’ parents, the Pride, gets a page
Proteus, gets two sweet pages.
The first attempt to try to create a Pre-Captain America in, Protocide, gets a page. I really dug this guy, back in the day. He got replaced with other characters, over the years.
Spider-Man off again on again pal and villain, The Prowler gets two pages.
Also getting two apes, Puma! Who I guess now didn’t pay for the Parker honeymoon now.