Written by Rich Buckler, Doug Moench, Bill Mantlo, David Anthony Kraft, Marv Wolfman, Ralph Macchio, Mark Gruenwald and J.M. DeMatteis
Art by Rich Buckler, Keith Pollard, Arvell Jones, Bob McLeod, Sal Buscema, Michael Netzer, John Byrne, Ron Wilson, Mike Zeck and Michael Golden
Cover by Ed Hannigan and Bernie Wrightson
Col. Luther Manning has been locked in a state of living death. He is no longer a man, but a mockery of a man. He has become an amalgam of reanimated flesh and computer circuitry, stripped of his family, his humanity – but not his will. He has become Deathlok the Demolisher – a weapon of war programmed solely for destruction. A challenging blend of science fiction and psychological war journal, Deathlok set the pace for anti-heroes in the turbulent post-Watergate ’70s. Illustrated by Rich Buckler, and co-written with Doug Moench and Bill Mantlo, Deathlok pushed the moral relevance of Marvel Comics into a bold, often frightening new future.