Some non Spidey 'S' books.
Spitfire. A 2009 oneshot from the 'Women of Marvel' series of oneshots. Spitfire and her new beau, Blade the Vampire Hunter track down a really old chick vampire who supported the Nazis and kill her. By Paul Cornell who wrote the short lived MI-13 series.
Stan Lee meets... A series of one shots from 2006 where Stan Lee writes himself interacting with Spidey, Doc Strange, Silver Surfer, Thing, and Dr. Doom. There's a backup story in the Doc Strange issue by Bendis and Bagley where Impossible Man shows up in the then current Marvel U and goes apeshit because everything is "wrong" (ie Wolverine and Spidey are Avengers, House of M, Civil War are happening, Gwen Stacy had Osborn's babies etc). It's just short of being as hilarious as that Atomic Robo story in the comic shop. And it's Bendis basically tirading about his own shit. Pretty funny stuff.
Starlord. The first issue of a 3 issue mini from 1996 by Tim Zahn. Some guy finds Peter Quills crashed ship and puts on the Starlord costume. Need to find the other two issues before the movie comes out and everybody bumps up the price on Starlord shit.
Star Masters. First issue of a 3 issue series from 1996 where Quasar, with help from Silver Surfer and Beta Ray Bill, stop aliens from invading Earth. A follow up to the Quasar ongoing and the Starblast mini. I did some research, and apart from a backup story in a Spidey Annual and the Combo Man promo comic, I believe this is the last story Mark Gruenwald wrote before he died. I need to find the last two issues.
Storm. A 1995 mini series with foil covers. I was surprised and delighte to open the first issue to see Warren Ellis and Terry Dodson as the creative team. Unfortunately, the story was about Mikhail Rasputin and the surviving Morlocks in an alternate dimension and Storm having to deal with all that shit and fighting Callisto again. A weak plot from Ellis.
Storm. The 2006 miniseries that told the 'retconned' first meeting between future married couple Storm and T'Challa. Setting aside that drawback, the story was good delving into Storm's origin and the death of her parents and her life as a thief in Cairo. But then after I thought about it, when Storm and T'Challa do it for the first time, I realized Ororo is only twelve years old at the time. Yes, Black Panther deflowered Storm when she was only twelve. Grrrrrross. Yeah, he's only fourteen or fifteen at the time, but it's not his first time. She's only twelve, dude. Black Panther, sex with twelve year olds. Yuck.
Strange. A 2010 mini from after Doc Strange loses the Sorceror Supreme
Title. By Mark Waid and Emma Rios. Strange takes on an apprentice and she dies.
Strong Guy Reborn. A oneshot from 1997. An attempt to be lighthearted and humorous as Guido and Lila Cheney get embroiled in an interstellar war between to dingbat alien races. Saw the end coming from page 3. Only interesting in the fact that somebody actually greenlit this in 1997. And in retrospect, given the events of recent X-Factor issues where Guido is now the head of Hell and in effect the Master of Mephisto, Hela, Sattanish, and everyone else.
Sub-Mariner:The Depths. A 5 issue MK series from 2009 by Milligan and Esad Ribic. A scientist in the 40s is intent on disproving the theory of Atlantis. Namor is more of a bogeyman in the series as 'cabin fever' (or whatever it's called on submarines) sets in on the crew of a sub sinking into the depths of the Marianas Trench. Namor actually only shows up in the final issue and never speaks. So in that regard the series is misleading. But other than that it was good.
"Say Jim! Whoo! That is a bad outfit! Whoooo!"