Mars Will Send No More began in 2010 and migrated to WordPress in 2011 as a way to document and discuss my favorite non-musical art form: comic books. Discover the wonders of sequential art in the sprawling archive of more than 1500 posts! Here are a few lists to get you started:

Thirty-Two Favorite Single Comic Book Issues
Armadillo Comics #2 by Jim Franklin; 1971, Rip Off Press
Psychotic Adventures #2. Last Gasp, 1974.
Lone Wolf & Cub #28; First Publishing
Devil Dinosaur #1 by Jack Kirby; Marvel, 1978
Cartoon History of the Universe #1 by Larry Gonick; 1978, Rip Off Press
Anarchy Comics #1; 1978, Last Gasp
Silver Surfer #1; Marvel, 1968
Super Villain Classics #1; Marvel, 1983
World Around Us #15: Prehistoric Animals; Gilberton, 1959
Man from Utopia #0 by Rick Griffin; 1972
Spectacular Spider-man #21; Marvel, 2003.
Nexus #44; First Publishing, 1988.
2001: A Space Odyssey Treasury, adapted by Jack Kirby; Marvel, 1976.
Paleo: Tales of the Late Cretaceous #6. [Jim Lawson’s site with the complete series is down.]
Alien Legion Vol. 2 #13, by Dixon and Stroman; 1989, Epic/Marvel.
Age of Reptiles: The Hunt #4, by Ricardo Delgado; Dark Horse.
Saga of the Swamp Thing #34, by Moore, Bissette, and Totleben; DC/Vertigo.
New Gods Vol. 1 #9, by Jack Kirby; DC Comics.
Tales of the New Teen Titans Mini Series #4, by Wolfman and Perez.
Tyrant #3, by Steve Bissette.
Secret Wars Vol. 1 #10, by Shooter, Zeck, and Beatty; Marvel Comics.
Dreadstar #4 by Jim Starlin; Epic/Marvel.
Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes #245. [Briefly reviewed HERE.]
Marvel Treasury Edition #28: Superman and Spider-man. [Briefly reviewed HERE.]
The Avengers #266.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #10.
Watchmen #4. [Briefly reviewed HERE.]
Animal Man #5.
The Authority #12. [Briefly reviewed HERE.]
The Manhattan Projects #19. [Briefly reviewed HERE.]
Godzilla in Hell #5.
We3 #2.

Top Forty Most-Viewed Comic Book Posts
Magneto Rips out all of Wolverine’s Adamantium!
First Appearance of Spider-man’s Black Costume!
The Death of Barry Allen: Crisis on Infinite Earths 8
EC Comics & Ray Bradbury: There Will Come Soft Rains!
KISS: 1977 Marvel Comics Super Special #1
Dinosaurs of Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson!
Animal Man 5: The Coyote Gospel!
G.I. Joe 21 – The Silent Issue!
Miracleman 15: Nemesis!
Origin of Starfire!
X-Men: Fatal Attractions Wrap Around Covers With Holograms!
The Conception and Birth of Nightcrawler!
Wolverine Aces the Red Skull!
Jack Kirby’s 2001 A Space Odyssey – First Issue!
Complete Jack Kirby Portfolio from 1971!
Wolverine Aces the Hulk!
Origin of Galactus by Jack Kirby
Michael Zulli’s Ninja Turtles!
Black Cat: She’s So Totally Amoral!
Your Guide to Getting Started Selling Comic Books on eBay
All I’ve Got to Worry About Is Shooting My Dinosaur!
Jim Starlin’s Psychic Battle Motif: Thanos vs. Galactus
Jim Lee X-Men Posters 3!
A Look Inside Bruce Jones’ Run on the Incredible Hulk
Jim Lee X-Men Posters 1
Robert Crumb’s Meatball!
Todd McFarlane’s Torment of the Lizard!
Scenes from Jack Kirby’s Black Hole Adaptation!
Do You Want to Know More about the Creepy Guy at the End of Avengers?
Jim Lee X-Men Posters 2!
Anatomy of a Comic Book Bad Girl!
Origins of OMAC: Made of the Future: EC Comics
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Graphic Novel Collection by First
Preeeeeeeesenting… The Women’s Texas Championship!
Rick Griffin: Man from Utopia!
Tygers: Alan Moore’s Legendary Empire of Tears!
The Human Head According to John Buscema!
What If Spider-Man Had Stopped the Burglar?!
Wolverine Gallery 22: Jim Lee
Judge Dredd versus Satanus, the Black Tyrannosaur!

Dinosaur Comics and Other Prehistoric Animals
Dinosaurs by V.T. Hamlin (Dinny’s Family Album and more)
Young Earth; from the pages of Turok Son of Stone
World Around Us #15: Prehistoric Animals; Gilberton, 1959
The World of Long Ago; Treasure Chest Vol. 16 #9, 1961
Classics Illustrated #167: Prehistoric World; Gilberton, 1962
Sound of Thunder by Ray Bradbury; EC Comics
Dinosaurs in DC’s Suicide Squad
A Gun for Dinosaur; L. Sprague de Camp adaptation by Marvel
Devil Dinosaur by Jack Kirby
Flesh by Pat Mills (2000 AD)
Dinosaurs in The Cartoon History of the Universe; Rip Off Press, 1978.
Dinosaurs in Forbidden Knowledge #2; Last Gasp, 1978
Kazar and the Savage Land; Marvel Comics
Dinosaurs: An Illustrated Guide by Charles Yates
Tyrant by Steve Bissette
Paleo: Tales of the Late Cretaceous by Jim Lawson
Age of Reptiles by Ricardo Delgado
Satanus (Judge Dredd)
Dinosaurs in Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson
Jungle Girl; Dynamite Entertainment
Dinosaurs of William Stout
Dinosaurs by Joe Kubert
Dinosaurs in Weird War Tales; DC Comics
Dinosaurs by Russ Heath
Dinosaurs by Gil Kane
Our complete archive of Prehistoric Mammals
Our complete archive of Prehistoric Birds
Our complete archive of Prehistoric Fish
Our complete archive of Dinosaur Comics
Our complete Dinosaur archive

Jack Kirby
Race for the Moon
Captain Victory
Captain America
Black Hole
Black Panther
New Gods
Mister Miracle
Devil Dinosaur
Jack Kirby Draws Dreams
Golden Age Crime by Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby’s Monsters
Fantastic Four
Silver Star
Our complete Jack Kirby archive

Indie, Underground, and Educational Comics
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Psychotic Adventures
Alien Legion
Puma Blues
Cartoon History of the Universe
Anarchy Comics
Forbidden Knowledge
Charlton Comics
National Geographic
Julian Bond’s Vietnam
Clan Apis
Spain’s Trashman
Robert Crumb
Our complete archive of Indie Comics
Our complete archive of Underground Comix

Superhero Highlights
Wonder Woman
Fantastic Four
Doctor Strange
Judge Dredd
Marshal Law
Animal Man
Legion of Super-heroes
Teen Titans
Iron Man
Captain Marvel
Silver Surfer
Adam Strange
Marvel Superhero Secret Wars
Crisis on Infinite Earths
Doctor Doom
Red Skull
Next Wave
Green Lantern
Adam Warlock
Our complete Superhero archive

More Artists to Explore
Alex Niño
Jim Starlin
Steve Bissette
Rich Buckler
Rick Veitch
John Buscema
Jim Woodring
Berni Wrightson
John Byrne
George Perez
Steve Rude
Frank Miller
Jim Lee
Todd McFarlane
Gene Colan
Robert Crumb

EC Comics and Warren
Wally Wood
Ray Bradbury
Angelo Torres
Joe Orlando
Eerie Magazine

Golden Age (early 20th century)
Our complete Golden Age Comics archive includes educational comics, science-fiction, Little Nemo, and much more!