Publications of R.L. Stine's Man-Thing series prompted Marvel to jump back and look at Manny's earliest appearances.
Lady Lindsay made a series of custom crochet Marvel creations, including Man-Thing.
Man-Thing was proposed as a guest star in the Witchesminiseries that was published by Marvel Comics in 2004. That appearance never happened, but there is some artwork and information available.
Check out Photon Torpedoes for a nice overview of Man-thing comics and his guest appearances.
Man-thing now has his space on Myspace. Sure to result in an interesting circle of friends...
Marvel Value Stamps tells us that stamp #22 was one for Man-Thing, along with some information on the artwork.
Marvel Gateway brings together the sites for a variety of Marvel's lesser known characters.
Information a-plenty about comic monsters, including of course Man-Thing.
Liam Sharp has some art for sale at the Brit Comic Art Gallery, with some interesting comments from him about his work.
Get yourself a Man-Thing Marvel Overpower Card
Nexus of All Realities
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the Man & Roy the Boy
A Conversation between Stan Lee and Roy Thomas that includes some useful information about Man-Thing.
The original artwork for The Book of the Dead #1was sold on e-bay in 2003.
Man-Thing in Ebay
Find some back issues or steal some cover scans.
Useful site with interesting information, such as artwork for the Man-Thing Toy, a proposed Man-Thing/Spider Man team up and an appearance of Jennifer Kale - young sorceress and friend of the Man-Thing!
Useful information page about Howard the Duck page with some good scans of Man-Thing.
Some nice artwork that might be familiar to regular visitors.
A Man-Thing a Day, where Don Alejandro presents a collection of artwork re-imagining our favourite muck monster .
Glass News has an article about the 7-11 slurpee cups, one of which featured Man-thing.
Samson's manthing icon at Pixeljoint
Painting by Mike Ploog of/for a cover? Owner looking for details over at ComicArtFans.com
You asked for it fight fans so here it is, Man-Thing and Swamp-Thing enter the ring and only one can leave.
Artist giorgio comolo has a couple of nice drawings on his site.
More gaming stats.
Artwork at Big Wow
An interesting discussion on the subject of the of the Creaturein Western literature and thought.
Lego home-mades found at ozbricks.
A detailed index of the Man-Thing comics.
Discussion at dvdalucine that talks about a Man-Thing cartoon? Perhaps guest appearance in another Marvel animated series.
Evan MacBride's tribute to the last Man-Thing series.
Corn Culture review Man-Thing
A review dating from Dec 1997.
A few home made Man-Thing costumes show what is possible with a bit of imagination:
Serious muck head PTOR, aka Sanctum Sanctorum, has established a Man-Thing/Doctor Strange themed blog.
Man-Thing Poster for Marvel Comics, Tony Luke 1994
The Jayco kitset built by 3Demonic
Comicseek.com has a Man-Thing cover gallery with links to issue summaries for some series and the character profiles from The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe.
The home page of the definitive writer of Man-Thing. After his problems with Marvel he went on to create Sludge for Malibu. You might also want to check out the interview I did with him for Silverbulletcomicbooks.com, and a more recent interview by the folks at Comicmonsters.
Found in the google image search. The original link doesn't work so I can't be sure, but they look like skins for a computer game engine.
Literary Works part 2
A tribute page to Stan Lee and Jack Kirby includes a piece on Man-Thing along with some cover scans. Lots of good comic collecting information on his other pages as well.
Painting by Tommy Castillo
A fine looking bust of the Man-Thing.
Check out a home made figure.
Can't remember where I got this from.
Marvel Comic news service, worth checking now and then for upcoming appearances.
The Bayou Beast kit from Jayco toys, built by a variey of model makers