When I say, "Everyone," I of course mean everyone else - as I saw no sign of anything that even resembled an Aurora.
But were our favourite Marvel heroes of forty years ago feeling suitably illuminated by their feats?
Or were they facing dark days indeed?
That horny bounder Taurus captures the Avengers in the least likely trap of all time; a shed with space travel capabilities.
For some reason, nowhere on the cover does it feature the words, "Shed of doom!"
It would have if I'd been in charge of Marvel.
You do wonder if Conan ever gets fed up of meeting danger wherever he goes.
My encyclopedic knowledge of all things comics tells me this may be the issue where the Falcon decides to get himself a set of wings so he won't feel second-rate compared to the now super-strong Cap.
The Beetle's clearly back but, other than that, I can say little of the issue's contents.
Dr Doom's up to no good again.
Am I right in thinking the Seeker had in some way been given some of the Silver Surfer's power?
The Cobalt Man makes his return and goes completely mad.
Marvel's Cobalt Man of course had nothing on the Cobalt Man created by regular Steve Does Comics visitor Cerebus660 in Marvel UK's legendary Marvel Artist Competition.
The world's most block-headed villain makes his debut.
And it could spell curtains for the Spider-Mobile before it's even got started.
I don't think I've ever read this one but my razor-sharp senses tell me that Hercules may be back.