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Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 1

    Collects Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #27 and Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four (2005) #23. Written by Chris Kipiniak and Fred Van Lente. Art by Patrick Scherberger & Roland Paris and Clay Mann & Terry Pallot. Cover by Phil Jimenez. When the JESTER takes New York's museums hostage, SPIDER-MAN thinks it's time for his patented blend of webs, wise-cracks and punching. Grim-and-gritty-guest-star NIGHT THRASHER does things differently. Can the two heroes stop fighting each other long enough to fight the villain? At least a little? Then, RAMA-TUT, the Pharaoh from the Future, has reached through time to kidnap the THING's girlfriend (who happens to be quite the sculptress) to design his pyramid for him, and only the Four can rescue her! 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #2
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 2

    Collects Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #28 and Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four (2005) #24. Written by Chris Kipiniak and Fred Van Lente. Art by Patrick Scherberger, Clay Mann, Norman Lee, Roland Paris and Terry Pallot. Cover by Patrick Scherberger & Roland Paris. The Green Goblin's got it in for the Wall-Crawler. And bad. When he deals Spider-Man a particularly painful defeat, Peter Parker hangs up his web-shooters and locks himself in his room. But how's the hero supposed to beat the villain when he's too scared to take him on? Really. How? Then, when Sue is arrested for stealing Atlantean artifacts, Reed must find the real thief by sorting out the secrets and rivalries of the people around Prince Namor! 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #3
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 3

    Collects Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #29 and Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four (2005) #25. Written by Peter David and Fred Van Lente. Art by Pop Mhan and Cory Hamscher. Cover by Patrick Scherberger. Y'know, some people just don't like museums. They're cold, boring, super-villains are always stealing stuff...wait, what? Yo! GREY GARGOYLE! Stop stealing stuff! All right, fine...but you're gonna have to deal with SPIDEY! Then, the Human Torch falls into a probability rift and finds himself flung across innumerable alternate realities, including: a world where a heroic Victor Von Doom, a.k.a. Doc Iron, battles against Mr. Devious, Monsterman, The Human Pyre and The Unstoppable Woman...a.k.a. The Frightful Four; a world where the Femmetastic Four defends a world completely depopulated of men (then Johnny shows up); and a world where Johnny's arch-nemesis runs the FF...that's right, SPIDER-MAN! Can The Watcher help Torch get back to his timeline, or will he wander forever through 'The Worlds of What If?' 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #4
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 4

    Collects Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four (2005) #26 and Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #30. Written by Fred Van Lente and Peter David. Art by Cory Hamscher and Pop Mhan. Cover by Paul Smith. A massive alien refugee fleet streams through our solar system, bearing the warning: 'Galactus is coming! Galactus is coming!' And right behind them is the World-Devourer's herald, the SILVER SURFER -- headed straight for Earth! Reed Richards has only a few days to evacuate the planet before it's destroyed...or, failing that, figure out a way to somehow stop the unstoppable! Then, there's a stiff wind rustlin' its way through Manhattan, straight towards Spidey! Awfully hard for our resident Wall-Crawler to crawl said walls when Whirlwind's blowin' 'em down! 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #5
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 5

    Collects Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #31 and Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four (2005) #27. Written by Peter David and Fred Van Lente. Art by Pop Mhan and Cory Hamscher. Cover by Patrick Scherberger. HOT HOT HEAT!!! Spidey gets caught in the crossfire of the Human Torch AND Pyro! ONE hothead would be rough enough...but TWO? It's Spidey flambé! Then, the Human Torch invites his new heartthrob Crystal's family over to the Baxter Building for dinner with his family without realizing they're Black Bolt, Medusa, Gorgon, Triton, Karnak and Lockjaw -- The Inhumans! When agents of Maximus the Mad show up to capture them, you can be sure knowing which fork to use will be the least of the FF's problems! 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #6
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 6

    Collects Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #32 and Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four (2005) #28. Written by Peter David and Fred Van Lente. Art by Pop Mhan and Cory Hamscher. Cover by Patrick Scherberger. Glub blub glub Spidey glub blub fights glub blub blub blub HYDRO-MAN!!!!!! Then...the populace of Earth hates and fears the stranded SILVER SURFER. But he falls in with a TV self-help guru who encourages him to win the planet over to his side -- by solving all the world's problems! Wielding the Power Cosmic, the Silver Surfer single-handedly wipes out famine, poverty and war, becoming the most popular super hero ever -- as well as the greatest threat to Earth's continued existence! Why does the Fantastic Four have to stop the Surfer from...saving the world? 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #7
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 7

    Collects Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four (2005) #29 and Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #33. Written by Steve Niles and Fred Van Lente. Art by Leonard Kirk and Cory Hamscher. Cover by Leonard Kirk. Hmmmm...can't remember...Hulk Knit! No, that's not right. Hulk Bake Muffins! Nope, nope...Oh! I know...HULK SMASH!!! Then...the good news: Aunt May has renovated the guest room in her house and rented it out to a boarder to earn some extra dough for the family. The bad news: She's rented it to DOCTOR OCTOPUS! Not only is Spider-Man's greatest foe using Peter Parker's house as a base of operations for his latest criminal enterprise and putting the moves on his favorite aunt, but now he's also hogging the bathroom all the time! Pete has to figure out some way to foil Doc Ock's latest scheme without tipping his secret identity...and breaking poor Aunt May's heart! 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #8
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 8

    Collects Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four (2005) #30 and Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #34. Written by Daniel Way and Fred Van Lente. Art by Steve Scott and Cory Hamscher. Cover by Leonard Kirk. You've been bombarded with cosmic rays, granting you astounding abilities beyond the average human -- do you use those powers to explore amazing new worlds and take on beings with near-limitless power, or do you take your skills to the streets and help the little man? Then, a series of mishaps makes Peter Parker the star shortstop on the Forest Hills High baseball team -- opposing ace pitcher Harry Osborn and Midtown Academy in the citywide finals. Unfortunately, Harry's dad is one of these gung-ho sports dads who absolutely hates it -- hates it -- when his son's team loses. And when you're also the Green Goblin, you don't have to settle for cursing out the umpire from the bleachers. You can shove a pumpkin bomb up the opposing shortstop's left nostril! Oh, and we didn't even mention the moral issue of using performance-enhancing super powers in sports. 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #9
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 9

    Collects Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four (2005) #31 and Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #35. Written by Kirsten Sinclair and Fred Van Lente. Art by David Hahn and Cory Hamscher. Cover by Leonard Kirk. Cleanup on Aisle Four!!!! MAN, the FF just CAN'T catch a break! Even when they're just going shopping, they gotta deal with evil geniuses that've created an entire STORE designed to destroy our heroes! Then, Venom is back...but says he wants to bury the hatchet with Spider-Man. No, not in his head. In fact, in order to show Spidey how much he's reformed, he wants to become the web-spinner's official sidekick. But one night 'on patrol' with a homicidal maniac as a partner has Spidey wanting to hang up the web-shooters himself! 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #10
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 10

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    Collects Marvel Adventures Hulk (2007) #1 and Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #36. Written by Paul Benjamin and Fred Van Lente. Art by David Nakayama and Cory Hamscher. Cover by Carlo Pagulayan & Jeffrey Huet. Caught in a blast of gamma radiation, brilliant scientist Bruce Banner now finds himself in times of stress turning into the living engine of destruction know as THE INCREDIBLE HULK! Plus, Norman Osborn has bullied his son Harry into donning the guise of the Green Goblin to bust him out of prison. But when Peter Parker and J. Jonah Jameson get caught in the middle of the jailbreak, will Harry help Spider-Man...or destroy him? 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #11
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 11

    Collects Marvel Adventures Hulk (2007) #2 and Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #37. Written by Paul Benjamin and Marc Sumerak. Art by Juan Santacruz and Ale Garza. Cover by Carlo Pagulayan & Jeffrey Huet and Sean Murphy. On the run from authorities and trying to figure out a way to cure his gamma-irradiated curse, Bruce Banner enlists the help of Jamie Madrox, the Multiple Man. But things get out of hand when a lab accident creates another Hulk...and another...and another! Plus, they say the best defense is a good offense and Peter Parker doesn't find anyone more offensive than Midtown High's biggest bully, Flash Thompson! When Peter starts taking self-defense classes, he figures he can finally stand up to Flash without giving away his secret life as the Amazing Spider-Man. Too bad the Taskmaster has other plans for our webbed wonder! 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #12
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 12

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    Collects Marvel Adventures Hulk (2007) #3 and Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #38. Written by Paul Benjamin and Chris Kipiniak. Art by David Nakayama & Gary Martin. Cover by David Williams. What do you do when you're a gamma-irradiated monster on the run from the authorities? ROAD TRIP!! Bruce Banner hits the open highway with his best buddies, Rick Jones, Monkey and...Radioactive Man? Rick's not too happy with Bruce's new pal, but how does an ordinary guy get rid of a nuclear-powered super-villain who might be the key to saving Banner from the curse of the Hulk? Then...Bzz. (ow.) Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. (Ow!) BBBBBBBBZBZZZZZBZZZBZZZZZBZZZZ (OW! OW! OW! OW!) A baddie built of bees is bugging our boy! Can our swell sweaty Spidey swat the swindler swiftly? 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #13
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    Collects Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #39 and Marvel Adventures Hulk (2007) #4. Written by Marc Sumerak and Paul Benjamin. Art by Ryan Stegman and David Nakayama & Gary Martin. Cover by Patrick Scherberger. Hold on, Spidey! You can't fight the Fantastic Four! You're all supposed to be on the same side! Not to mention the fact that you're waaaaay outnumbered! Wait...the FF kidnapped your school's new exchange student and are experimenting on him in the Baxter Building?!? Well, then, what are you waiting for, webhead? IT'S CLOBBERIN' TIME! (Umm... just try to be the 'clobberer,' not the 'clobberee'...) Then, when it comes to capturing the Hulk, General Ross doesn't fool around. He's recruited the nuclear powered villain Radioactive Man and he's also outfitted Madrox the Multiple Man with a Hulkbuster exoskeleton that duplicates when he does. But the Hulk's not the only one in trouble when their mountainside battle triggers an avalanche that threatens an entire town! 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #14
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 14

    Collects Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #40 and Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four (2005) #32. Written by Marc Sumerak and Joe Lansdale. Art by David Nakayama and Ronan Cliquet. Cover by Patrick Scherberger & Nathan Lee. 'Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of -- Spider-Man?!?' When our webbed wonder unwittingly aids a devious demi-goddess, his reward is a one way ticket to Asgard. But things start going south as soon as Spidey starts going Norse! Prepare for an epic tale that the bards will sing of for centuries to come (most likely with an occasional unnecessary 'thee' or 'thou' thrown in for good measure)! Plus, gather 'round, li'l doggies. Ol' Ben Grimm's done been hijacked from our time an' shot back to the Old West, where varmints and vandals ruled the day! Even if Benjy teams up with one of the past's greatest heroes, STEAM RIDER, can he manage to hightail his way back to the present? Crack that whip! 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #15
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 15

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    Collects Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #41 and Marvel Adventures Hulk (2007) #5. Written by Marc Sumerak and Paul Benjamin. Art by Ryan Stegman, David Nakayama and Gary Martin. Cover by Sean Murphy. Start your engines, Spider-Fans, because Peter Parker is about to hit the highway on one of the most exciting adventures of his young life -- Midtown High's Driver's Ed course! But the road to four-wheeled freedom becomes bumpy when the monstrous Man-Bull stampedes through the city streets! It's high-octane hijinks at the speed of Spidey! Plus, Bruce, Rick and Monkey seek out Dr. Strange, hoping the master of the mystic arts can cage the fury of the Hulk. But Bruce gets more than he bargained for when Dormammu, Prince of the Dark Dimension, takes control of one of his allies. Can even the combined strength of the Hulk and Earth's Sorcerer Supreme stand against the awesome might of...Dormammu-Monkey?! 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #16
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 16

    Collects Marvel Adventures Hulk (2007) #6 and Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #42. Written by Paul Benjamin and Marc Sumerak. Art by Mario Gully & Scott Koblish and Vicenç Villagrasa. Cover by Juan Santacruz & Raul Fernandez. Bruce Banner faces law and order, Atlantis-style, when his latest attempt to cure himself creates a plague of Hulked-out marine life. Namor the Sub-Mariner is out to make Bruce pay for endangering his fabled undersea kingdom, but dragging the Hulk in front of a judge is a sure-fire guarantee of disorder in the court. Then, a night at the museum becomes a complete cat-astrophe when a feline femme fatale procures a priceless piece of Native American art. But the fur really begins to fly when the beautiful Black Cat is caught in the perilous pounce of the Puma! Looks like we've got ourselves a cat fight, Spidey...and you're caught in the middle! (Watch out for hairballs!) 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #17
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 17

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    Collects Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #43 and Marvel Adventures Hulk (2007) #7. Written by Marc Sumerak and Paul Benjamin. Art by Carlos Ferreira and David Nakayama. Cover by Patrick Scherberger. When Peter Parker's biology class goes on a field trip to a popular aquatic theme park, Pete can't wait for a day full of water, whales and walruses. But our hero never expected to find himself face-to-fin with an Atlantean villain determined to release the park's animal inhabitants back to the freedom of the ocean! Looks like Spidey is in DEEP trouble! Then, Terrax, herald of Galactus, has come to punish the Silver Surfer for betraying their master. Terrax plans to take the Surfer's shining board before destroying Earth, but he didn't count on the Silver Surfer granting his power cosmic to allies. Even Terrax may know fear when he faces off against Silver Rick Jones, Silver Monkey and the savage Silver Hulk! 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #18
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 18

    Collects Marvel Adventures Hulk (2007) #8 and Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #44. Written by Paul Benjamin and Marc Sumerak. Art by David Nakayama and Jonboy Meyers. Cover by Juan Santacruz. Hulk! Dr. Strange! Silver Surfer! The Sub-Mariner! For the first time ever in Marvel Adventures, the Defenders assemble! But can they stop arguing with each other long enough to save the world? If the monstrous Nameless One gets his way, the Defenders' first mission together could be their last! Plus, all Peter Parker wanted to do was catch a movie with some friends...but NO! Instead, he's got to save the city from a legion of lizards set loose by the sinister Serpent Society! And if that wasn't enough, one of his oldest foes is ready to rampage through the streets of NYC, all Godzilla-style! Sometimes being a super hero really bites -- with big pointy fangs! 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #19
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 19

    Collects Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #45 and Marvel Adventures Hulk (2007) #9. Written by Todd Dezago and Paul Benjamin. Art by Zach Howard and Steve Scott. Cover by Zach Howard. Teamed with new Bugle reporter Billy Walters, Peter finds himself interviewing witnesses to a battle between the nefarious DOCTOR OCTOPUS and the amazing SPIDER-MAN, and discovers that every story has many sides...and not everyone is a Spider-fan! Then, Bruce Banner's old friend, Dr. Leonard Samson, is now a gamma-powered strongman working with Betty Ross to cure Bruce. But what dark secret will push Bruce over the edge? See: Hulk battle the green-haired goliath, Doc Samson! Thrill: as Bruce is reunited with the love of his life, Betty Ross! Cringe: as Rick Jones gives Doc Samson a piece of his mind! Witness: Monkey on the psychiatrist's couch! 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #20
    Marvel Adventures Two-in-One (2007) 20

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    Collects Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #46 and Marvel Adventures Hulk (2007) #10. Written by Todd Dezago and Paul Benjamin. Art by Roberto Castro and Steve Scott. Cover by Francis Tsai. Having finally found the perfect present for Aunt May for Christmas, Peter needs to make some money to pay for it! He hopes to sell some photos of Spidey in action to the Daily Bugle, but nothing is happening -- everyone is in the Holiday spirit...everyone except Peter. Then...he's big. He's angry...and he's not green. He's the unstoppable Juggernaut! Bruce Banner's looking for the mystical amulet of Cyttorak, said to be capable of chaining a mighty behemoth. But Bruce doesn't know that his guide is none other than the Juggernaut himself, out to destroy the artifact. What happens when an unstoppable force meets another unstoppable force? Do the words 'Hulk smash!' mean anything to you? 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #21
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    Collects Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #47 and Marvel Adventures Hulk (2007) #11. Written by Todd Dezago and Paul Benjamin. Art by Sanford Greene, Steve Scott and Nathan Massengill. Cover by Sanford Greene. SPIDER-MAN is a little red in the face when he assumes that the costumed figure leaving the scene of a crime is the criminal! Pointing out that that's what J. JONAH JAMESON does to him, the PROWLER reminds Spidey that it's never a good idea to jump to conclusions! Plus, Bruce Banner heads to the Baxter Building hoping that Mr. Fantastic can help rid him of his curse. But Ben Grimm's the only one home and he knows H-U-L-K spells 'trouble.' It's the green goliath vs. the ever-lovin', blue-eyed Thing! 'Nuff said! 64 pages, full color. All Ages. Cover price $4.99.