Warlock and the Infinity Watch got own title in December 1991
The success of the “Infinity Gauntlet” miniseries led to the hero Adam Warlock getting his own title (with a team of cosmic adventurers by his side) in “Warlock and the Infinity Watch” #1 in December 1991.
This is the last in my series looking back at the comic books of 1991. In this post, I’ll look at the comics I bought in December 1991, and at some of the other comic books that were available. I’m using the newsstand option at Mike’s Amazing World of Comics as my reference guide for this. When I remember, I’ll share details about how and where I bought comics at the time. In the case of Valiant Comics, I’m using a shipping list from Valiantfan.com.
At the conclusion of the “Infinity Gauntlet” miniseries, Adam Warlock is in possession of the six Infinity Gems, which give the bearer near-infinite power. To prevent this power from corrupting him, Warlock splits the gems up among himself and five allies; the last member remains secret from the rest of the group. Jim Starlin, who wrote the “Infinity” series for Marvel, and artist Angel Medina were the creative team.
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