Amazing High Adventure (1984) Set of Four Books #1-4
This is a set of Amazing High Adventure printed by Marvel Comics in 1984. Set of Four Books #1-4.
Book 1: Cover art by Bill Sienkiewicz. The Pike!, script by Steve Englehart, art by John Severin; Pagan resistance to Oliver Cromwell. Gold!, script by Ann Nocenti, art by Tony Salmons; Mayan resistance to Cortez. Ambrose A. Abernathy's Amazing Adventure Apparatus, script by Mike Carlin, art by Gerry Talaoc. Death Stroke, script by Louise Simonson, art by Steve Leialoha; Russian boy lost with dying Inuit man. 52 pgs.
Book 2: Cover pencils by Bret Blevins, inks by Joe Chiodo. Too Long Lost, script by Steve Englehart, art by Paul Smith; French explorer lost in Africa. The Conquest of Kirurkan, script by Jim Owsley, pencils by Topham Hayes, inks by Al Williamson; Peasant resistance to Genghis Khan. Palm Sunday, script and art by Alan Weiss. My Heart Belongs to Betsy!, script by Eliot Brown (plot and co-script) and Ann Nocenti (co-script), art by Gerry Talaoc; Barnstorming in the early days of aviation. Mayan Warriors pinup by Carl Potts. Samurai Warriors pinup by Bill Sienkiewicz. Confederate Soldiers pinup by Mike Mignola. Medieval Knight and Barbarians pinup, pencils by Bret Blevins, inks by Al Williamson. Crime Noir pinup by Terry Austin. 52 pgs.
Book 3: Cover art by Frank Cirocco. A Camel's Curse, script by Mike Baron, art by John Severin; Use of camels in the American Southwest. Monkey See, Monkey Die!, script by Steve Englehart, art by Mike Mignola; Napoleon's invasion of Egypt. Facing the Tiger, script by Mike Baron, art by Val Mayerik; Elderly Indonesian villagers fight a tiger. Fossils, script by Mark Wheatley, pencils by Marc Hemple, inks by Mark Wheatley; American revolutionaries. 52 pgs
Book 4: Cover art by John Bolton. The Golden Eagle, script by Alan Zelenetz, art by John Bolton; Alchemy in the Napoleonic Wars. The Door, script by Bill Mantlo, art by John Severin; Tornado in Old West Kansas. The Saurian Remains, script by Stephen Perry, art by Steve Bissette; Early days of paleontology. 52 pgs.