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Fear (1970) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Fear (1970) 1
    Published Nov 1970 by Marvel.
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    Giant-size issue. All reprints: Cover art by Jack Kirby and Marie Severin (alterations). All reprints: "I Found Monstrom! The Dweller in the Black Swamp!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; A vacationing family finds a monster in a swamp; The locals drive it back into the swamp with torches, but it was only a shipwrecked alien trying to get help. "I Am the Man Who Will...Destroy Your World!", art by Don Heck; An alien emperor of an immortal race comes to Earth disguised as a human to decide whether or not to order an invasion; He is impressed with the humans' decency and falls in love with a human girl. "I – Am – The – Genie!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Steve Ditko; Criminal Freddy Sykes finds a genie and plans to use its powers for his own benefit. "I Was Face-to-Face With the Forbidden Robot!", art by Don Heck; In the near future, a man reactivates an illegal robot in order to gain recognition for stopping it; He destroys the robot, but realizes that robots are harmless, and instead of cashing in he confesses his plan, and advocates the legalization of robots. "What Was the Strange Power of Simon Drudd!!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Christopher Rule; A scientist selfishly uses a youth serum to gain an advantage over other people, but the serum ages him backwards into non-existence. "Something Lurks Inside!", art by Steve Ditko; A space explorer cannot rid his ship of vicious alien spiders, and is forced to sacrifice himself to save Earth. "Only I Know When the World Will End!!!", art by Don Heck; A derelict claims to be from another world and says that another planet will collide with Earth within days, but he is believed mad. "I Fought the Man Who Couldn't Be Killed," art by Sol Brodsky; A criminal escapes from prison in 1969 after 10 years and robs a warehouse; He is found by a police officer with superhuman powers. "Mummex---King of the Mummies!", art by Don Heck; An archaeologist finds a giant mummy in the Egyptian desert; It rises and searches the tombs and museums of the area, examining several mummies before returning into the desert. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #2
    Fear (1970) 2
    Published Jan 1971 by Marvel.

    Giant-size issue. All reprints: Cover art by Jack Kirby. All reprints: "What Was X the Thing That Lived!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; A writer buys an enchanted typewriter that brings his monster stories to life. "Orrgo...the Unconquerable!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; An alien race with immense telepathic and telekinetic powers send one of their kind to conquer Earth; He easily defeats the police and army and freezes Washington, DC in a block of ice. "One-Way Journey!", art by Steve Ditko; A heartless tycoon has a time machine built to take him forty years into the future, where he believes that war and disease will be wiped out. "I Dared Enter the Forbidden World!", art by Don Heck; A white game hunter finds the legendary elephant's graveyard, hoping to make a fortune in ivory; He discovers that elephants were introduced to Earth by Martians. "The Inhuman!", art by Don Heck; In a future war between humans and robots the robots try to find a way to break the human defenses by sending a robot spy disguised as a human. "I Learned the Dread Secret of the Blip!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; A power drain and radar anomaly is traced to a creature made of electricity hiding in a cave. "I Defied the Curse of Tut-Ah-Anka!", art by Paul Reinman; A criminal hides from the police in an old Egyptian tomb, ignoring the warning of a curse; He not only escapes the police, but has a run of luck that makes him rich and happy. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #3
    Fear (1970) 3
    Published Mar 1971 by Marvel.

    Giant-size issue. All reprints: Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Steve Ditko. All reprints: "Zzutak the Thing That Shouldn't Exist!!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Steve Ditko; An American comic book artist is given magic paints which make whatever is painted with them real; He is compelled to go to Mexico and paint a monster as planned by the Aztec priest who gave him the paints. "I Must Find Korumbu!", art by Steve Ditko; A fat man who wishes to lose weight without giving up overeating goes to Korumbu for a magic potion; Korumbu tells him it is too dangerous at first, but when the fat man threatens to sic the authorities on the gypsy camp, Korumbu gives him the potion. "The Man Who Hated Monstro!", script by Stan Lee (plot) and Larry Lieber (script), art by Paul Reinman; A star acrobat is jealous of a popular gorilla at his circus and torments it; Finally, he arranges for the gorilla to break free so that it will be shot. "The Gentle Old Man!", script by Stan Lee, art by Steve Ditko; A greedy landlord is captured by a time traveler who maintains a collection of 'dolls' consisting of miniaturized heartless people from different eras. "Journey Into Nowhere!", art by Joe Sinnott; Two scientists working on a time machine have differing opinions about the possibility of traveling into the future; When their attempt to do so seems to take them to the stone age, they believe they have proved travel into the future impossible. "A Monster Waits Outside!!", art by Steve Ditko; An astronaut is sent into orbit in a tiny sphere without communication; He sees a monster trying to claw its way in and panics, signalling ground control to bring him back. "Save Me! Save Me!", art by Paul Reinman; A scientist makes himself able to walk on water in order to steal secret military plans from a ship. "The Lifeless Man!", art by Steve Ditko; A young boy prefers an old wooden toy soldier to more modern toys; His friends make fun of the toy, but when they are threatened by a bear the soldier seems to drive it off with its rifle. "I Dared to Battle...Rorgg King of the Spider Men!!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; Rorgg invades a small New Mexico town and our boy hero kills him dead with a spray can of DDT. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #4
    Fear (1970) 4
    Published Jul 1971 by Marvel.

    Giant-size issue. All reprints: Cover pencils by Jack Kirby (top tier), Steve Ditko (bottom tier), and Marie Severin (alterations), inks by Dick Ayers (top tier) and Steve Ditko (bottom tier). "Lo-Karr, Bringer of Doom!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; A scientist creates a robot to unite Cold War rival nations against an alien invasion that will never materialize. "Mister Gregory and the Ghost!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by George Klein; Lucius Gregory builds a house from haunted trees, which means he can never get rid of the ghost. "I Spent a Night in the Haunted Lighthouse!", art by Joe Sinnott; A man visiting a coastal town is stranded in an abandoned lighthouse during a storm and sees a ghostly ship and pirates arrive. "My Nightmare Has No End!", art by Don Heck; A man meets an extradimensional being in his nightmares; The being tells him that the world he comes from is a paradise, but boring, and offers to switch places. "The Boy Who Vanished!", art by Paul Reinman; A lame boy wills himself to the future and his legs are healed before he sends himself home. "He Walked Through Walls!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; A man makes a deal with the devil to obtain great wealth. "I Turned Into a...Martian!", art by Steve Ditko; An Earth astronaut on Mars has his mind switched with a Martian, who plans to infiltrate Earth. "I Created Krang! The Most Fantastic Monster the World Has Ever Known!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; When an ant is accidentally enlarged and attains human intelligence, it wants to create a giant ant army to take over the world. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #5
    Fear (1970) 5
    Published Nov 1971 by Marvel.

    Giant-size issue. All reprints: Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "I Am the... Gorilla-Man," pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; A scientist plans to exchange his brain with a gorilla's so that he can use the gorilla's strength to commit burglaries. "One Look Means Doom!", art by Steve Ditko; A man avoids the deadly gaze of Medusa because he is blind. "Rocket Ship X-200," art by Don Heck; An aging space pilot is mocked for his slow ship, but when an invading armada approaches Earth his ship is the first to see it; Other ships are moving too fast to see the sneak attack coming. "What Lurks on Channel X?", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; Bill and Ruth receive a free television set but it comes from Plutonian invaders who plan to hypnotice Earthlings. "Menace from Mars!", art by Don Heck; Martians come to Earth to discover if humans represent a threat to them; They question a human using a machine to verify his answers, and find that he is totally free of greed, hatred or deceit. "The Return of the Gorilla-Man," pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; Radzic thinks he will be able to exchange his brain back into his own body, but things don't work out. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #6
    Fear (1970) 6
    Published Feb 1972 by Marvel.

    Final giant-size issue. Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Frank Giacoia. "The Midnight Monster," pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; When handsome scientist playboy Victor Avery is rejected by a girl he turns himself into a monster to wreak revenge on her fiancé only to become his own victim. "There Is a Brain Behind the Fangs!", art by Don Heck; A man is convinced that dogs are secretly planning to take over the world; His friend the psychiatrist convinces him otherwise by showing that his dog cannot understand complex questions, even under hypnosis. "I Took a Journey Into Fear!", art by Steve Ditko; A man thinks he has traveled through time with the "time machine" he built but the shock he receives from it when he throws the switch unhinges his mind and when the men with the white coats come to take him away he perceives them as barbarians of an earlier age. "Wings of the Butterfly!", art by Joe Sinnott; In the year 2050 Eric Krane is a spaceman who collects butterflies only to find himself trapped on planet where butterflies collect men. "The Last Laugh!", script by Stan Lee, art by Steve Ditko; A practical joker suffers the ultimate practical joke--after his death. "The Black Ray," art by Paul Reinman; An imprisoned criminal scientist pretends to make a medical device which is in fact a time machine; He sends his mind into the past to inhabit the body of 'the richest man' but is imprisoned once more, as the Count of Monte Cristo. "The Voice of Fate!", art by Don Heck; The Fates make a wager over whether humans will ever understand that they cannot escape them; One of them tells a jewel thief that he will be punished, but he defies fate and flees the country, thinking that since the US is in World War II he will never be found and punished in Hiroshima. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #7
    Fear (1970) 7
    Published Apr 1972 by Marvel.

    First 20-cent cover price. All reprints: Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Frank Giacoia. "I Dream of Doom!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; Frank Atwell can't sleep because he has nightmares in which a monster tries to catch him; He goes to a doctor who sedates him and he sleeps so heavy that he does not awake from his nightmare and the monster catches him. "The Curse of M'Gumbu!", art by Paul Reinman; An African tribe ignores their witch-doctor's admonishments against raiding, believing that his vow never to harm another makes him helpless; When they try to kill him he shrinks the entire tribe to protect others. "The Thing Behind the Wall!", art by Steve Ditko; A bank robber is confronted by an alien who wants information to help with a planned invasion of Earth. "The Martian Who Stole My Body!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; A Martian criminal arrives on earth and switches bodies with a man, but the man's dog can still tell the difference between them, forcing the Martian to switch back. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #8
    Fear (1970) 8
    Published Jun 1972 by Marvel.

    All reprints: Cover art by John Severin. "It Crawls By Night!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by George Klein; A farmer develops a new kind of plant that runs wild and is only stopped by the radiation of a strange meteor. "Never Trust a Martian!", art by Don Heck; Communist spies plan to fake a Martian invasion, but they are abducted and killed by the real Martians, afraid that their cover will be blown. "I Can't Escape from the Creeping Things!", art by Steve Ditko; A crabby old man wants to cut down a tree on his new property. "The Face!", art by Steve Ditko; A thief steals a cursed ruby and can't escape the curse. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #9
    Fear (1970) 9
    Published Aug 1972 by Marvel.

    All reprints: Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Frank Giacoia. "I Entered the Dimension of Doom!", pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; A teenager uncovers a plot of two-dimensional beings to invade Earth by posing as a construction crew to dig a hole in the street that acts as a passageway between dimensions and thwarts their designs. "The Greatest Magician of All," script by Mimi Gold, art by Bill Everett; An old theater watchman tells the story of The Great Marko, a magician who searched for the greatest magic trick of all only to have it stolen by his rival. "Dead Man's Escape!", art by Joe Maneely; A convict from an island prison tries to escape by being dumped in the bay inside of a corpse bag; Instead of dumping him in the bay, a large well has been dug which they are now using to dispose of bodies, inhabited by a large octopus. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #10
    Fear (1970) 10
    Published Oct 1972 by Marvel.
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    Cover art by Gray Morrow. "Man-Thing!", script by Gerry Conway, pencils by Howard Chaykin, inks by Gray Morrow; The Man-Thing discovers an infant being abandoned in the swamp, prompting it to seek retribution for the heinous act. "The Spell of the Sea Witch!" starring Iron Man, Thor and Captain America, script by Allyn Brodsky, pencils by Jack Katz (as "Jay Hawk"), inks by Bill Everett (as "Black Bill"). "There Is Something Strange About Mister Jones!", art by Don Heck; A thug hears a man say that he has a fortune in his locker. He attacks him and tries to make him lead him there. His victim is Davy Jones, and he shows the thief his locker by drowning him. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #11
    Fear (1970) 11
    Published Dec 1972 by Marvel.
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    Cover art by Neal Adams. "Night of the Nether-Spawn!", script by Steve Gerber, pencils by Rich Buckler, inks by Jim Mooney; Man-Thing battles Thog the Nether-Spawn, who makes his first appearance; Jennifer Kale also makes her first appearance; Steve Gerber's first full story as a professional writer. "The Spider Waits," art by Fred Kida; Sven's childhood fear of spiders turns to enjoyment as he kills them indiscriminately at his factory cleaning job; He meets a woman who is actually a human spider who lures him into her web, literally. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #12
    Fear (1970) 12
    Published Feb 1973 by Marvel.

    Cover pencils by Jim Starlin, inks by Herb Trimpe. "No Choice of Colors!", script by Steve Gerber, pencils by Jim Starlin, inks by Rich Buckler; Wallace Corlee the hateful, racist sheriff of Topequa, Florida, pursues a black man named Mark Jackson into the swamplands outside of town; Corlee shoots Jackson in the shoulder, but the refugee manages to evade capture until he finally collapses from exhaustion; When he revives he finds the Man-Thing standing in front of him; He tells the Man-Thing that the sheriff framed him for a burglary and is chasing him because Mark was romantically involved with a white woman. "The Face of Horror," script by Stan Lee, art by Russ Heath; Derck Winters is possibly the ugliest man in the world; Trapped within a sad existence, Derck's shame prevents him from forming any social bonds including friendships, romantic relationships or the ability to hold a job; He once consulted a plastic surgeon, but the doctor told him that there was only man in the world skillful enough to change his face. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #13
    Fear (1970) 13
    Published Apr 1973 by Marvel.

    Cover pencils by Rich Buckler, inks by Frank Giacoia. "Where Worlds Collide!", script by Steve Gerber, pencils by Val Mayerik, inks by Frank Bolle; When Jennifer Kale's grandfather and his cult prepare to defend the Earth with the help of the Tome of Zhared-Na and the Man-Thing, they discover the book is missing, leading the other cult members to believe that the elder Kale stole the book; Nobody is wise to the fact that Jennifer, in her previous encounter with the Man-Thing was forced to burn the book; When she relates to the story to her ex-boyfriend Jaxon, he scoffs at the story and decides to explore the swamp, in spite of her best warnings; Jaxon is then possessed by a demon that appears in the swamp. "Mister Black," art by Bob Forgione; A Japanese youth doesnt want to fight in the Second World War and so a mysterious figure named Mr. Black saves him by causing him to be found physically unfit; He is thrilled, but he was only saved so he will be where he was fated to be in 1945, in Hiroshima. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #14
    Fear (1970) 14
    Published Jun 1973 by Marvel.

    Cover art by Alan Weiss. "The Demon Plague," script by Steve Gerber, pencils by Val Mayerik, inks by Chic Stone; Across the country, people begin committing wanton acts of violence; Children begin trying to kill one another; An underpaid secretary karate kicks her employer. A traveling salesman tries to run down an innocent couple; In the Florida Everglades, Joshua Kale and his children Jennifer and Andy watch news reports detailing the strange outbreaks of violence; Kale realizes that these seemingly unrelated incidents are in connection with the takeover of human minds and souls by demons of the underworld; He decides to assemble his cult; The cult meets in the swamp and Kale prepares a ritual that he hopes will block the demons' entry to the Earth realm. Jennifer and Andy sit nearby and watch the spectacle; The Man-Thing is likewise nearby and shambles close to them. "Listen, You Fool," art by Paul Reinman; Albert Rudley suspects that his wife Rita has been trying to murder him; Though he suffers from poor hearing, his hearing aid enables him to overhear his wife conspiring with their chauffeur Vincent; Albert learns that the recent string of "near accidents" that he has suffered were actually plots to end his life; Later, Rita asks her husband to go on a boating trip to Canada. Albert knows that she intends on capsizing the boat in the hopes that he will drown, so he takes measures to prevent this. He poisons her drink with a drug that will cause paralysis once she enters the water. Letter from comics writer Roger Slifer. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #15
    Fear (1970) 15
    Published Aug 1973 by Marvel.

    Cover art by Frank Brunner. "From Here to Infinity!", script by Steve Gerber, pencils by Val Mayerik, inks by Frank McLaughlin; With the world still gone mad, the Kales are alerted by a member of Jennifer's grandfather's cult that the Man-Thing is running amok in the city; Travelling there, they witness the Man-Thing seemingly drop dead; Taking him back to the Kale home, Joshua Kale tells everyone the origins of the Tome of Zhered-Na, which has its origins stemming from Ancient Atlantis; Dahkim appears and takes Jennifer and Man-Thing to an extra-dimensional nexus to try and recover the Tome, battling various forces of the demons of Sominus in the process. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #16
    Fear (1970) 16
    Published Sep 1973 by Marvel.

    Cover art by Frank Brunner. "Cry of the Native!", script by Steve Gerber, pencils by Val Mayerik, inks by Sal Trapani; When industrialist F.A. Schist plans on tearing down part of the swamp to build a new airport, the local Native American's that live on the land try to sabotage the construction vehicles, and one of them is shot; Witnessing the spectacle, the Man-Thing brings the wounded Native to the home of a doctor who begins treating the wounded man; In the following days, opposition and protests over Schist's plans begin to mount, however nothing seems to sway Schist from stopping his development plans; However, when the workers begin to tear up the land, it brings about the Man-Thing which tries to stop them from continuing their construction; The workers try to kill the Man-Thing. Letters page features a scientific explanation of Man-Thing's burning ability. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #17
    Fear (1970) 17
    Published Oct 1973 by Marvel.

    Cover art by Frank Brunner. "It Came Out of the Sky!", script by Steve Gerber, pencils by Val Mayerik, inks by Sal Trapani; The Man-Thing stumbles across an alien ship that has crashed in the swamp; Inside is Wundarr, an alien from another planet which was doomed to explode. Wundarr's parents, wanting their son to survive sent him into space in a rocket, hoping their boy would find a new home; That home turned out to be Earth, but when Wundarr crash landed, he was not found for many years and grew to adulthood without any sort of education; Freed by the Man-Thing, the now infantile adult of Wundarr begins to explore this strange new world, and his super-human abilities; Wundarr's curiosity and inability to understand his own actions prompts the Man-Thing to believe he is being attacked, and the two end up in a battle which takes them into the town of Citrusville, where the two combat each other; Wundarr, making his first appearance, is a take-off on Superman; His next appearance is in Marvel Two-In-One #2. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #18
    Fear (1970) 18
    Published Nov 1973 by Marvel.

    Cover art by John Romita. "A Question of Survival!", script by Steve Gerber, pencils by Val Mayerik, inks by Sal Trapani; Ralph Sorrell is on his way home after having a few too many drinks, causing him to get into a car crash with a passenger bus; Both vehicles crash into the nearby swamp; The entire accident is viewed by the Man-Thing, who silently watches the events unfold; Most people on the bus die, while Ralph survives; Among the few survivors from the bus are Mary Brown, soldier Jim Arsdale, student Holden Crane, and a young boy named Kevin Kennerman; When Kevin is pinned in the wreckage of the bus, Holden refuses to help; Holden claims being "against life," causing friction among the survivors; The Man-Thing arrives, lifts up the wreckage, and frees the boy to the shock and awe of the other survivors. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #19
    Fear (1970) 19
    Published Dec 1973 by Marvel.
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    Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Ernie Chan. "The Enchanter's Apprentice!", script by Steve Gerber, pencils by Val Mayerik, inks by Sal Trapani; As an improbable battle rages on below the castle, Man-Thing is picked up by Jennifer Kale, with the savage Korrek following from behind; Korrek catches up with Kale and the Man-Thing and attacks the two of them; Jennifer suddenly awakens screaming, and as her brother and grandfather burst into the room to reassure her it's all a dream; However, Joshua Kale has his doubts that his granddaughters nightmares being just dreams; His suspicions are validated when Korrek is transported to Earth's dimension through a jar of peanut butter and resumes his attack on Jennifer; However, when Joshua and Andy burst into the room, Korrek believes himself surrounded and flees into the swamp; The Kales are soon visited by Dahkim the Mystic who has come to tell the Kales about the disruption in the Nexus of Realities caused by the construction being done in the swamp; Korrek is visited by Howard the Duck, who has also found himself transported to Earth's dimension as well. Man-Thing stories continue in Man-Thing #1. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #20
    Fear (1970) 20
    Published Feb 1974 by Marvel.
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    Morbius stories begin: "Morbius the Living Vampire!" Script by Mike Friedrich, pencils by Paul Gulacy, inks by Jack Abel. Cameos by Spider-Man and the Human Torch. Brief X-Men appearance. Reprint back-up story: "Midnight in the Wax Museum!" with art by Richard Doxsee. Gil Kane cover pencils. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #21
    Fear (1970) 21
    Published Apr 1974 by Marvel.

    Last 20-cent cover price. Morbius stars in "Project: Second Genesis!" Script by Steve Gerber, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Vince Colletta. Reprint back-up story: "Sorry, Mr. Hopkins!" The letters page contains Marvel Value Stamp series A # 77 (the Swordsman by Gene Colan). Gil Kane cover. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #22
    Fear (1970) 22
    Published Jun 1974 by Marvel.

    First 25-cent cover price. Morbius stars in "This Vampire Must Die!" Script by Steve Gerber, breakdowns by Rich Buckler, finished art by Luis Dominguez. The letters page contains Marvel Value Stamp series A (Odin by Jack Kirby). Reprint back-up story: "Willie Brown is Out to Get Me!" with script by Stan Lee, art by Al Luster. Rich Buckler/John Romita Sr. cover? Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #23
    Fear (1970) 23
    Published Aug 1974 by Marvel.
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    Morbius stars in "Alone Against Arcturus!" Script by Steve Gerber, pencils by Craig Russell, inks by Vince Colletta. Reprint back-up story: "The Last Stop" with art by Gene Colan (from World of Fantasy 10). The letters page contains Marvel Value Stamp series A # 86 (Zemo). Gil Kane/Tom Palmer cover. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #24
    Fear (1970) 24
    Published Oct 1974 by Marvel.

    Morbius battles Blade the Vampire Slayer in "Return to Terror!" Script by Steve Gerber, pencils by Craig Russell, inks by Jack Abel. The letters page contains Marvel Value Stamp series A # 38 (Red Sonja by Barry Windsor-Smith). Reprint back-up story: "The Two-Faced Man" with art by Joe Maneely (from World of Suspense 1). Gil Kane cover pencils (John Romita Sr. inks?). Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #25
    Fear (1970) 25
    Published Dec 1974 by Marvel.

    Morbius stars in "And What of a Vampire's Blood?" Script by Doug Moench, plot by Steve Gerber, pencils by Frank Robbins, inks by Frank Giacoia. Blade cameo. Reprint back-up story: "The Faceless Ones." The letters page contains Marvel Value Stamp series A # 91 (Hela, the Goddess of Death by John Buscema). Gil Kane cover pencils. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #26
    Fear (1970) 26
    Published Feb 1975 by Marvel.

    Morbius stars in "A Stillborn Genesis!" Script by Doug Moench, pencils by Frank Robbins, inks by Frank Giacoia. The letters page contains Marvel Value Stamp series A # 75 (Morbius). Reprint back-up: "A World Gone Mad!" (from Adventure Into Mystery 3). Gil Kane cover pencils. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #27
    Fear (1970) 27
    Published Apr 1975 by Marvel.

    Morbius stars in "Night of the Vampire-Stalker." Script by Doug Moench, pencils by Frank Robbins, inks by D. Fraser. Letter to the editor from Dean Mullaney (Eclipse Comics). Gil Kane cover pencils. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #28
    Fear (1970) 28
    Published Jun 1975 by Marvel.

    Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Mike Esposito. "The Doorway Screaming Into Hell!", script by Doug Moench, pencils by Frank Robbins, inks by Vince Colletta; Morbius enters a mystic portal in an old haunted house that takes him to an aspect of Hell ruled by a many-eyed monster. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #29
    Fear (1970) 29
    Published Aug 1975 by Marvel.

    Morbius stars in "Through a Helleyes Darkly!" Script by Bill Mantlo, pencils by Don Heck, inks by Bob McLeod. Letter to the editor from comic writer Ralph Macchio. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #30
    Fear (1970) 30
    Published Oct 1975 by Marvel.

    Morbius stars in "The Vampires of Mason Manor!" Script by Bill Mantlo, pencils by George Evans, inks by Frank Springer. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #31
    Fear (1970) 31
    Published Dec 1975 by Marvel.

    Final issue of the series. Morbius stars in "The End of a Vampire!" Script by Bill Mantlo, pencils by Frank Robbins, inks by Vince Colletta. Cameos by Spider-Man and the Lizard. The letters page contains Marvel Value Stamp series A # 75 (Morbius). Gil Kane/Dan Adkins cover. Cover price $0.25.