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2001 A Space Odyssey (1976) UK Edition comic books 1970-1985

  • Issue #1UK
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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 10p cover price. Written by Jack Kirby. Art by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer. Cover by Jack Kirby and John Verpoorten. The issue starts in the distant past where the monolith instructs a hunter on how to craft a spear and then shifts to the future where two astronauts discover an alien ruin. One of the astronauts is killed by a creature, but the other, Woodrow Decker, is transported into a pastoral countryside by the monolith. Here he rapidly ages until he dies and is converted by the monolith into an embryo-type creature referred to as a 'new seed' to explore the galaxy. Based on concepts from the film by Stanley Kubrick & Arthur C. Clarke. Comics ad for the Juicemobiles shoes from Spot-bilt, featuring O.J. Simpson, art by John Romita. Hostess Twinkies ad with Spider-Man, art by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito.

  • Issue #2UK
    2001 A Space Odyssey (1976) UK Edition 2UK

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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 10p cover price. Written by Jack Kirby. Art by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer. Cover by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott. In the past, Vira discovers the Monolith and it inspires her to dominate her tribe. In the future, Vera also discovers the Monolith, and it transforms her into a cosmic seed that goes forth into the universe. Based on concepts from the film by Stanley Kubrick & Arthur C. Clarke. The Six Million Dollar Man toys ad. Ad for Spider-Man, Power Man, Captain America, and The Hulk book covers. Ad for clothes and towels with Marvel characters on them. FOOM ad. Hostess Fruit Pies ad with Hulk, art by Dave Cockrum. Ad for Spider-Man and Captain America Ricochet Racers.

  • Issue #3UK
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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 10p cover price. Written by Jack Kirby. Art by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer. Cover by Jack Kirby and John Verpoorten. Egel is captured by Marak and his band. The Monolith shows Marak of Queen Jalessa, and Egel builds him weapons so he can capture her. Based on concepts from the film by Stanley Kubrick & Arthur C. Clarke. Hostess Fruit Pies ad, art by Dave Cockrum. Spider-Man and Captain America Ricochet Racers ad.

  • Issue #4UK
    2001 A Space Odyssey (1976) UK Edition 4UK

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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 12p cover price. Written by Jack Kirby. Art by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer. Cover by Jack Kirby and John Verpoorten. The issue starts in the distant past where the monolith instructs a hunter on how to craft a spear and then shifts to the future where two astronauts discover an alien ruin. One of the astronauts is killed by a creature, but the other, Woodrow Decker, is transported into a pastoral countryside by the monolith. Here he rapidly ages until he dies and is converted by the monolith into an embryo-type creature referred to as a 'new seed' to explore the galaxy. Based on concepts from the film by Stanley Kubrick & Arthur C. Clarke. Comics ad for the Juicemobiles shoes from Spot-bilt, featuring O.J. Simpson, art by John Romita. Hostess Twinkies ad with Spider-Man, art by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito.

  • Issue #5UK
    2001 A Space Odyssey (1976) UK Edition 5UK

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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 12p cover price. Written by Jack Kirby. Art by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer. Cover by Jack Kirby and John Verpoorten. The issue starts in the distant past where the monolith instructs a hunter on how to craft a spear and then shifts to the future where two astronauts discover an alien ruin. One of the astronauts is killed by a creature, but the other, Woodrow Decker, is transported into a pastoral countryside by the monolith. Here he rapidly ages until he dies and is converted by the monolith into an embryo-type creature referred to as a 'new seed' to explore the galaxy. Based on concepts from the film by Stanley Kubrick & Arthur C. Clarke. Comics ad for the Juicemobiles shoes from Spot-bilt, featuring O.J. Simpson, art by John Romita. Hostess Twinkies ad with Spider-Man, art by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito.

  • Issue #6UK
    2001 A Space Odyssey (1976) UK Edition 6UK

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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 12p cover price. Written by Jack Kirby. Art by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer. Cover by Jack Kirby. Harvey Norton joins up with the space exploration after encountering the monolith in 2040. While in Neptunes orbit, Harvey and his teammates find a capsule containing an alien female. Based on concepts from the film by Stanley Kubrick & Arthur C. Clarke.

  • Issue #7UK
    2001 A Space Odyssey (1976) UK Edition 7UK

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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 12p cover price. Written by Jack Kirby. Art by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer. Cover by Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia. The passing of Gordon Pruett allows the monolith to bring the New Seed into existence. The New Seed travels the universe, first seeing the death of life on one planet and helping life begin on another planet. Hostess snack cake ad with Captain America. Based on concepts from the film by Stanley Kubrick & Arthur C. Clarke.

  • Issue #8UK
    2001 A Space Odyssey (1976) UK Edition 8UK
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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 12p cover price. 1st appearance of Mr. Machine aka Machine Man aka X-51 aka Aaron Stack. 1st appearance and death of Doctor Abel Stack, Machine Man's creator/father; Col. Kragg appearance. Written by Jack Kirby. Art by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer. Cover by Jack Kirby and John Verpoorten. Doctor Stack treated a robot man with respect and treated him as a son, but when the military decided to end the project, Doctor Stack gave his life to see that the robot survived. Based on concepts from the film by Stanley Kubrick & Arthur C. Clarke. Hostess Twinkies ad with Spider-Man, pencils by Ross Andru. Spalding Basketballs ad with Dr. J (Julius Erving) and Rick Barry, art by Jack Davis.

  • Issue #9UK
    2001 A Space Odyssey (1976) UK Edition 9UK

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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 12p cover price. Written by Jack Kirby. Art by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer. Cover by Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia. Mister Machine is allowed to leave the military installation he is held captive in. Once outside he is attacked by Mister Hotline. Based on concepts from the film by Stanley Kubrick & Arthur C. Clarke.

  • Issue #10UK
    2001 A Space Odyssey (1976) UK Edition 10UK

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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 12p cover price. Written by Jack Kirby. Art by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer. Cover by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer. Mister Hotline captures Mister Machine and turns him over to the Mind Monitor. Based on concepts from the film by Stanley Kubrick & Arthur C. Clarke.