The series ends with really pretentious credits, calling the artist a “cinematographer” and giving the letterer “titles and opticals” credits. Hmm. And then the final issue pays tribute to one of the greatest Spider-Man illustrations of all time.
The Mark Shaw character retired as Manhunter, but later went on to join DC’s “Shadow Fighters.” His future in mediocre comics would live on. And then, much later, he’d reappear in Manhunter Volume 3, but we’ll get to that. Because that’s when Manhunter got good. No, not good. Great.