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Writers and Artists
Jim Starlin and Angel Medina.
SYNOPSIS FOR “DOOMSDAY!”
In the Star Chamber, Adam Warlock with the Infinity Gauntlet is on trial before Living Tribunal and the Magistrati.
When Eternity presses charges, a short skirmish follows.
IN COSMIC HIERARCHY
|THE INFINITY GAUNTLET SEQUEL|
Enter the contestants in the Star Chamber. On the left side is Adam Warlock and on the right side is the Living Tribunal.
Let’s look at the stats.
POWER HIERARCHY: CHAMPION
- Infinity Gauntlet.
- Karmic staff.
POWER HIERARCHY: ABSTRACT
- Staff of Polar Power.
- Living Tribunal’s Throne.
To begin, the art is pure Angel Medina. The artist rose to fame with his incredible work on Incredible Hulk in the 1960s and with the ground-breaking Warlock and the Infinity Watch. In the Infinity Gauntlet sequel, Medina’s anatomic lines, perspective and above all, Ian Laughlin’s bright coloring make the comic a true present.
Though Medina’s art may lack a light and darkness contrast, his mastery is not obscured by the subject matter and the light of the Star Chamber. In fact, the cosmic beings appear distinguished in full color with the white light serving as enhancing their colorful costumes. And when Living Tribunal speaks, his golden appearance reflects godhood!
In a short skirmish, Adam Warlock throws a tantrum and kills the Magistrati. Preview Living Tribunal’s cosmic response!
The battle to decide who is the supreme being of the Marvel universe!
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LIVING TRIBUNAL IN COMICSLIVING TRIBUNAL'S FIRST APPEARANCE
Strange Tales (1967) #157, titled “The End of the Ancient One!” marks the first cameo appearance of Living Tribunal in Marvel comics. When Doctor Strange fights Zom, Living Tribunal frees the mage and discusses Earth’s fate with him.
Living Tribunal was created by Marvel legend Stan Lee and artist Jim Steranko.
Strange Tales (1967) #157, titled “The End of the Ancient One!” marks the first cameo appearance of Living Tribunal in Marvel comics. Marvel Comics.