Fantastic Four (1961 1st Series) National Book Store Variants comic books
National Bookstore Variants. Philippine Edition. English Language. "Where Have All the Powers Gone?" Part 1 of 3. Guest-starring Power Man. Script by Roy Thomas. Art by Rich Buckler (breakdowns) and Joe Sinnott (finishes). Cover by Rich Buckler and Joe Sinnott. After being exposed to excessive gamma radiation from the Hulk last issue, the Thing has reverted back to normal Ben Grimm! And now Ben and his girlfriend, Alicia Masters, have a chance to build a new life together. But there may be someone (operating behind the scenes) that doesn't want Ben and Alicia to have a new anything! Meanwhile, Reed decides to replace the Thing right away. Someone powerful...so how about Power Man? Luke Cage accepts Mr. Fantastic's offer; and when the Wrecker starts creating havoc at a local bank, Power Man gets his first test with the Fantastic Four! (Notes: This issue contains Marvel Value Stamps Series B #65 Conan by Barry Windsor-Smith and #66 Doctor Strange by Frank Brunner. Fantastic Four 168 was the only issue that contained two Series B Marvel Value Stamps.) 24 pages, FC.
National Bookstore Variant. Adventure, fantasy, and Fun. English and Pilipino editions. First appearance of Gorr in "Death is a Golden Gorilla!" Part 1 of 5. Script by Roy Thomas. Art by George Perez, Rich Buckler, and Joe Sinnott (finishes). Cover by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott. Gorr has come to New York! And like a scene from a King Kong movie, the giant gorilla climbs to the top of the Baxter Building with the Invisible Girl as his captive! However, the FF eventually subdue the golden gorilla, and to the foursome's surprise...Gorr speaks! And what he says begins a five-issue odyssey across the universe for the Fantastic Four! Cameo appearance by Frankie Raye. 24 pages,FC.