Morituri Mondays, Episode 22 – Strikeforce: Morituri #22 (1988)

Morituri Mondays, Episode 22

Strikeforce: Morituri #22 (October, 1988)
“The Long Suicide”
Writer – James D. Hudnall
Pencils – John Calimee
Inks – Tony DeZuniga
Letters – Phil Felix
Colors – Max Scheele
Edits – Carl Potts
Chief – Tom DeFalco
Cover Price: $1.25 USD
Release Date: June 7, 1988
Marvel Comics

Welcome back, Recruits!

Morituri Mondays returns for our third (and likely final) season of episodes as we take this baby home!

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Today’s episode opens with a bit of an explanation/apology for the lack of new episodes over the past couple of months… and then hop right on into our Morituri Action!  We got us a little ditty, ’bout Jack and Diane… err, Janet and Dan… two ‘Merican kids growin’ up in the Horde Land.
All the usual nonsense you’ve come to expect from Morituri Mondays is included as well, including a very off-putting, unfunny, and frustrating Pro-File of Terry Kavanagh… and probably more Speedball than you can shake a stick at, unless of course we were doing a Speedball-centric Podcast!

We hope you’ll join us for the fun… and thank you for sticking with us during these odd times!
Your October, 1988 Strikeforce: Morituri Roster – Scatterbrain (?), Hardcase, Brava, Backhand, Silencer, Shear
Alumni – Snapdragon (#4), Vyking (#6), Marathon (#12), Adept (#13), Wildcard (#13), Radian (#15), Scaredycat (#19), Blackthorn (#20), Toxyn (#21)

One thought on “Morituri Mondays, Episode 22 – Strikeforce: Morituri #22 (1988)

  • I still can't get over how that cat design was used and discarded with just one issue. Didn't the editor notice? Or care? It's like they didn't find out the main team was leaving the book until their last issue hit the stands.

    Wasn't Speedball one of the heroes who died in that event in Stamford, CT? I don't really care much about Marvel continuity anymore so I don't even know what that was about.


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