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Comic books June 1970

  • Issue #15
    Abbott and Costello (1968 Charlton) 15

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  • Issue #389
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 389
    Published Jun 1970 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson. "The Kid Who Struck Out Superman!", script by Leo Dorfman, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Roussos; Superman inexplicably tries out several professional sports, but dismisses them all as boring and unchallenging; It's all a ruse to cover his plan to prevent the alien Slurrans from invading Earth. Superman ad. "The Superman Legend: Rogues Gallery," a two-page feature, presents Lex Luthor, Braniac, Prankster, Mr. Mxyzptlk, Parasite, Toyman, The Puzzler, and the Phantom Zone villians (Jax-Ur, Kru-El, General Zod, & Professor Vakox), art by Murphy Anderson. Tales of the Legion of Super-Heroes backup, "The Mystery Legionnaire!", script by Cary Bates, pencils by Win Mortimer, inks by Jack Abel; The head of the android criminal Klim seeks to reunite with his body and to take his revenge on the Legionnaire who defeated him, but the same team that stopped him before stops him again; Appearances by Jimmy Olsen, Perry White, Klim, Shrinking Violet, Cosmic Boy, and the Chemical King, plus a statue of Babe Ruth. 36 pgs., full color. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Vol. 1 #43
    Adam Bedside Reader (1959-1974 Knight Publishing) Vol. 1 #43

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  • Vol. 146 #6
    Adventure (1910-1971 Ridgway/Butterick/Popular) Pulp Vol. 146 #6

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  • Issue #394
    Adventure Comics (1938 1st Series) 394

    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson. The Mysterious Motr of Doov starring Supergirl and Streaky the Supercat, script by Cary Bates (pg.1 anagram blurb by E. Nelson Bridwell), pencils by Win Mortimer, inks by Jack Abel; a take-off on the Wizard of Oz. Heartbreak Prison, script by Robert Kanigher, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; Supergirl causes a prison riot. One-page text feature, So You Want to be a Cartoonist? by Joe Kubert. 36 pages. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jun 1970
    Adventure True Story (1970-1971 Jalart House) Jun 1970

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  • Issue #168
    Adventures of the Big Boy (1956) 168

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  • Issue #525
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  • Vol. 15 #6
    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (1956 Davis-Dell) Vol. 15 #6
  • Issue #85
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 85
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    Cover art by John Romita. The Secret of the Schemer!, script by Stan Lee, pencils by John Romita (layouts) and John Buscema, inks by Jim Mooney; Peter pulls a double switch to keep Captain Stacy and Gwendy from identifying him as Spider-Man; Spidey tracks down the Schemer but they both fall into the Kingpin's trap; The ensuing battle comes to an abrupt end when the Schemer is revealed to be Richard Fisk, the Kingpin's long lost son. Reprinted in Marvel Tales # 66. 36 pgs. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #85UK
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    United Kingdom edition. Cover art by John Romita. The Secret of the Schemer!, script by Stan Lee, pencils by John Romita (layouts) and John Buscema, inks by Jim Mooney; Peter pulls a double switch to keep Captain Stacy and Gwendy from identifying him as Spider-Man; Spidey tracks down the Schemer but they both fall into the Kingpin's trap; The ensuing battle comes to an abrupt end when the Schemer is revealed to be Richard Fisk, the Kingpin's long lost son. Reprinted in Marvel Tales # 66. 36 pgs.

  • Vol. 85 #4
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960-Present Dell) Vol. 85 #4

    June 1970. Stories: "Star Light" (part 1) by Hal Clement, "Compulsion" by James H. Schmitz, "A Tale of the Ending" by Hank Dempsey, "A Matter of Orientation" by Bob Buckley, and "Message to an Alien" by Keith Laumer. Science Fact article, "Bioelectric Phenomena" by Carl Larson. Short review of Frank Herbert's "Dune Messiah." Cover by Kelly Freas. Illustrations by Kelly Freas, P. Skirkas, and Vincent diFate. Softcover, 5.5-in. x 7.5-in.; 178 newsprint pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Andromeda Strain PB (1970 Dell) 1-1ST

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    Dell edition - 1st printing. By Michael Crichton. The United States government is given a warning by the pre-eminent biophysicists in the country: current sterilization procedures applied to returning space probes may be inadequate to guarantee uncontaminated re-entry to the atmosphere. Two years later, seventeen satellites are sent into the outerfringes of space to "collect organisms and dust for study." One of them falls to earth, landing in a desolate area of Arizona. Twelve miles from the landing site, in the town of Piedmont,a shocking discovery is made: the streets are littered with the dead bodies of the town's inhabitants, as if they dropped dead in their tracks. Softcover, 4 in. x 7 in., 291 pages, text only. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #51
    Aquaman (1962 1st Series) 51
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    Cover art by Nick Cardy. The Big Pull, script by Steve Skeates, art by Jim Aparo; Aquaman meets with Brother Warnn in an inter-dimensional city; Mera and Aqualad worry over Aquaman's disappearance. The World Cannot Wait for a Deadman, script and art by Neal Adams; Deadman gets transported to Dano, which is another dimension; Tatsinda transports Deadman back. Scuba-Man humor page by John Costanza. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #200
    Archie (1943) 200

    Dan DeCarlo cover. Frank Doyle scripts, Harry Lucey pencils, Bill Yoshida letters. Li'l Jinx by Joe Edwards. "Scribble Dee Dee": It's petition fever when Archie goes anti-establishment (6 pages). "The Dating Game": Archie's dollar-priced dating service proves costly (6 pages). "'E' for Effort": Betty tries to calm Archie's furor over the film-ratings system (5 pages). Li'l Jinx in "Loose Talk": Hap can't decipher Jinx's justified gibberish (1 page). "It Pays to Advertise": Betty takes an enterprising approach to date solicitation (6 pages). 36 pages. Full-color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #35
    Archie and Me (1964) 35

    Cover by Jon D'Agostino. Written by Dick Malmgren, George Gladir, Joe Edwards and unknown. Art by Joe Edwards, Gus Lemoine and Jon D'Agostino. Archie's attempt to work a popcorn cart leads to disaster for Mr. Weatherbee in "A Corny Caper"! Plus: Mr. Weatherbee attempts to clandestinely observe Archie to figure him out in "Under Observation"; Mr. Weatherbee wages a one-man war against the onset of spring fever at the school in "The Spring Ding-a-Lings"; a dieting Mr. Weatherbee can't escape being reminded of food in the 1-pager "A-Weigh We Go"; and Li'l Jinx won't kiss her father good night in the 1-pager "Let's Face It"! Characters in this issue: Archie Andrews, Mr. Weatherbee, Betty Cooper, Miss Grundy, Veronica Lodge, Reggie Mantle, Moose Mason, Li'l Jinx and Hap Holiday. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #173
    Archie Giant Series (1954) 173

    Betty and Veronica Spectacular. Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "The Big Put Down," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Angered that Archie hasn't asked her out yet, Veronica goes on a rant about how horrible Archie is-and then is devastated when Mr. Lodge turns down Archie's request for a date. "The Prowler," pencils by Al Hartley; After a boy dumps a bucket of water on Veronica, she launches an attack against him. "Forget Who?", pencils by Al Hartley; Midge persuades Betty to forget about Archie and date Gary, but all Betty can talk about on her date is Archie. "The Good Guys," pencils by Al Hartley; A homework assignment causes great fuss between Archie, Betty, and Veronica. Betty and Veronica Pin Up, pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "I See" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "It's In the Cards," pencils by Al Hartley; Veronica takes up predicting the future with regular decks of cards. "Wheeler Dealer," pencils by Al Hartley; Betty tries to get a new dress Veronica wanted to wear at the dance, but her plan is thwarted. "Going My Way," pencils by Al Hartley; Archie forgets his date with Betty, but for a good reason-he was busy thinking about his date with Veronica. "The Playoff," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Veronica dumps her unwanted date on Betty, not realizing that the date has two twin brothers that model and have eyes for Betty. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #174
    Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica (1951) 174

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. Promises, Promises..., pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Mr. Weatherbee tells Archie that when Betty asks him if he should "climb the highest mountain and swim the deepest river," he should say yes. Hair Curling, script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Veronica tries to hide from Archie so he won't see her with her hair in curlers. Riches Are Where You Find Them, script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty and Veronica try to help a poor family, but discover that the family doesn't consider itself poor. 36 pgs. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #149
    Archie's Joke Book (1953) 149
  • Issue #58
    Archie's Pals 'n' Gals (1955) 58

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "Wrong Number," pencils by Bob Bolling; When Archie overhears a phone conversation between Veronica and Reggie, he assumes that the two are dating behind his back. "Knowing the Score" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Green Eyed Monster," pencils by Bob Bolling; Archie goes job-hunting after Veronica refuses to date him until he pays for a date. "The Mini Great," pencils by Bob Bolling; Reggie tries to get revenge on Dilton, who gets Veronica's affections for being a great skater. "Change of Climate," pencils by Bob Bolling; Tired of the cold, bleak winter, Archie and Jughead pretend that it is summer. Archie Club News. "An Ear Full!" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "You Can't Push a Puma Around or The Clod Gets The Nod," script and pencils by Bob Bolling; When a casting agent from Flim Flam Films comes to town, Big Ethel is cast as the "before" in a beauty school commercial. "It's Not What You Say, It's the Way You Say It"; Mr. Weatherbee instructs Miss Grundy on the art of speaking "teenese." "Night Flight with the Culture Vultures," script and pencils by Bob Bolling; While looking for the secret entrance to the drive-in, the gang drives onto the set of Flim Flam Films's latest production, "The History of the Taco." "Image Maker," pencils by Bob Bolling; Archie tries to maintain Mr. Weatherbee's image of a serious, devoted student. 68 pgs., full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #3
    Archie's TV Laugh Out (1969) 3

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    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "Double Date," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Aunt Hilda tries desperately to get Harvey out of the house. "How to Work the Work Gig"; Jughead shows us some jobs that he likes. "First Aid!" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Catcher in the Wry," art by Al Hartley; Mr. Lodge overprotects his daughter from Archie. Archie Club News. "I Wanna Hold Your Hand," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Gus LeMoine, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Sabrina tries to use her magic to get Jughead to like Big Ethel. "The Mediator," script and pencils by Al Hartley, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Reggie resolves a fight between Archie and Jughead over Veronica. "Good and Bad," script by George Gladir, pencils by Gus LeMoine, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Sabrina tries to be a good witch but ends up harming all of her friends. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Vol. 370 #6
    Argosy Part 5: Argosy Magazine (1943-1979 Popular) Vol. 370 #6

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  • Issue #7
    Arkham Collector (1967-1971 Arkham House) 7

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  • Issue #38
    Army War Heroes (1963) 38

    Stories by unknown. Art by Sam Glanzman, Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia and unknown. Featuring: The Iron Corporal in "Something For Everybody"; "Where Can You Hide a 40 Ton Tank?"; "One Night in Normandy"; and an untitled 1-page Always Alert text article! 36 pages, full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #77
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 77
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    "Heroes for Hire!" Script by Roy Thomas. Pencils by John Buscema. Inks by Tom Palmer. Cover by John Buscema and Tom Palmer. Earth's Mightiest Heroes go to work! And unfortunately for the highest bidder Cornelius Van Lunt! Due to Stark Industries' financial woes caused by a hostile takeover attempt (by the aforementioned Mr. Van Lunt), the Avengers must come up with the back rent long overdue on their Fifth Avenue Mansion! So now it's time to punch the clock! But after completing their first paid assignment; Pietro and T'Challa sense that something isn't quite right about their working arrangement with Mr. Van Lunt! Are Earth's Mightiest Heroes going to walk off the job? Not until they put the Split-Second Squad out of business! First appearance of the Split-Second Squad. Cameo appearance by Johnny Carson. Flashback cameo by Tony Stark. Avengers Lineup: Black Panther, Goliath, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, and the Vision. 32 pages. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #77UK
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    This is a United Kingdom edition. The UK edition was released in Great Britain at the same time the American edition was released. Both editions are identical except for pricing on cover.

  • Issue #89
    Baby Huey the Baby Giant (1956) 89

    68 pg. Giant. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #222
    Batman (1940) 222
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    Cover art by Neal Adams. "Dead... Till Proven Alive!", script by Frank Robbins, pencils by Irv Novick, inks by Dick Giordano; Rock fans worldwide are finding clues buried in Oliver Twists albums that the lead singer, Saul Cartwright, is dead and has been replaced by an impostor; Batman and Robin investigate the matter while the rockers are guests at Wayne Manor and find criminal ties to one member; During their investigations, the Dynamic Duo come across a couple of deadly traps and they realize that one of the members of the group has tried to kill them. "So You Want to be a Cartoonist?" article by Joe Kubert. "Case of No Consequence!", script by Mike Friedrich, pencils by Irv Novick, inks by Dick Giordano; After a long night of fighting crime, Batman is exhausted, but as he is ready to return home, he spots a mugger taking away something from a man; When Batman approaches, he learns that the victim was mute and could only speak in hand signs; The man tells Batman that the thief took away his camera, which is his only means of livelihood; Batman decides to fulfill the mute photographer's request to retrieve his stolen camera and he starts a chase across the city. Letters to the editor from comic writer Mike Barr, comic artist John Workman, and comics historian Bill Schelly. Beatles cover appearance. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #534
    Batman (Mexican Series 1954) 534

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    Spanish language reprint of Detective Comics #388. Irv Novick cover. Joker appearance. "Public Luna-Tic Number One!" (W) John Broome story (P) Bob Brown (I) Joe Giella. 6 7/8" x 10", full color, 36 pages.

  • Issue #493
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  • Issue #18
    Beep Beep the Road Runner (1966 Gold Key) 18

    Comic book adventures of the famous Warner Bros. cartoon characters The Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote. Cover art by Jack Manning. "A Thickening Plot," pencils by Jack Manning; Wile E. Coyote tries to leave the desert to get away from the road runners because he can't stand failing to catch them, but they follow him and continue to make his life miserable. "Stop, Look, and Hasten," pencils by Pete Alvarado; The boys go on a shopping trip and Wile E. tries his usual tricks to capture them and Beep Beep. Gold Key Comics Club News page. "Porky's Problem" text story starring Porky Pig, art by John Carey. Untitled story, art by Fred Abranz; Granny leaves Tweety at home, but he visits the museum to pass the time; While there he has a run-in with Sylvester and ends up helping him to destroy a stagecoach. "Hasty Pudding," pencils by Pete Alvarado; Wile E. attempts to catch the Road Runner family while they are on a picnic. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #28
    Betty and Me (1966) 28
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    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Father Knows Best," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Advised by her father that she's getting the short end of the love triangle between her, Archie and Veronica, Betty puts a desperate plan into action. "Scaredy Scat" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Roll 'Em," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty suggests she, Archie, Reggie and Veronica double-date at the skating rink. Archie Annual ad. "A Run For Your Money," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; A simple run in a stocking eventually leads to Betty's date with Archie crashing and burning. "The Direct Approach," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Desperate to attract Archie, Betty seeks the advice of her mother; Alice suggests that Betty pander to Archie's ego as well as his stomach. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #22
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    Bible-in-Life Pix Vol. 22 (1970) - Sunday Pix was a Christian comic book published weekly by David C. Cook. 5 1/2-in. x 8 1/2-in., 16 pages.

  • Issue #23
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    Bible-in-Life Pix Vol. 22 (1970) - Sunday Pix was a Christian comic book published weekly by David C. Cook. 5 1/2-in. x 8 1/2-in., 16 pages.

  • Issue #24
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    Bible-in-Life Pix Vol. 22 (1970) - Sunday Pix was a Christian comic book published weekly by David C. Cook. 5 1/2-in. x 8 1/2-in., 16 pages.

  • Issue #25
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    Bible-in-Life Pix Vol. 22 (1970) - Sunday Pix was a Christian comic book published weekly by David C. Cook. 5 1/2-in. x 8 1/2-in., 16 pages.

  • Vol. 109 #3
    Bluebook For Men (1960-1975 H.S.-Hanro-QMG) Vol. 109 #3

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  • Issue #1
    Boris Karloff (Story Digest Magazine 1970) 1

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    Every issue of Story Digest Magazine is full of action, drama, and adorned with wonderful illustrations. You'll read and become spellbound by strange new worlds and the people who dwell there. Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery is a collection of gripping suspense stories by the master of movie chillers. Written by Dick Wood. Illustrations by Luis Dominguez. 144 pages. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #30
    Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery (1963 Gold Key) 30

    Anthology type comic with spooky and mystery stories hosted by famous classic horror film actor Boris Karloff. This issue features "The Grotesque One," "The Farmer Takes an Ad," and "Produce Me a Monster." Issue also has one-page text feature "The Living Skeleton" and Gold Key Comics Club News features. No story/art credits given. On cover: 10053-006, June. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #15
    Bunny (1966) 15
    Published Jun 1970 by Harvey.

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    68-page giant. "The Strange Mystery of the Abominable Snowman," "Monkey Business" (with Esmeralda and Marc), "The Grope" (with the Beagles), "A Rhyming Time." Honey in "Scare Extraordinaire." Fruitman in "Cumquat Caper." Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #126
    Captain America (1968 1st Series) 126
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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby and John Romita (alterations), inks by Bill Everett and John Romita (alterations); "The Fate of... the Falcon!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Frank Giacoia; Captain America goes to Harlem to check on the Falcon, who is wanted for a crime; Cap believes hes innocent and investigates; Falcon tells Cap that he was framed by Diamond Head; Diamond Head and his cronies rough up non-blacks who have businesses in Harlem, forcing them to pay them protection money; Cap battles Diamond Head and his gang. 36 pgs., full color. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #20
    Captain Marvel (1968 1st Series Marvel) 20
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    Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Dan Adkins. "The Hunter and the Holocaust!", script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Dan Adkins; After playing a number of gigs in New York, Rick Jones is once more met by Mordecai P. Boggs; He offers the opportunity to be Rick's promoter, which Rick once more declines; Later in his apartment, Rick (with the help of Mar-Vell) manage to stop some muggers trying to rob someone in their building; During the fight Rick comes up with a possible solution to separate themselves and free Mar-Vell from the Negative Zone: his old friend Bruce Banner; The two decide to try and track down Banner, first by searching his old hidden labs in the Nevada desert; Along the way they pass through a disaster zone, where Mar-Vell is compelled to stop and help people out, save a little girl, and stop a group of looters known as the Rat Pack from capitalizing on the disaster zone; Brief appearance by the Hulk. Letter to the editor from comic artist Alan Kupperberg. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #20UK
    Captain Marvel (1968 1st Series Marvel) UK Edition 20UK

    UK Edition. Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Dan Adkins. "The Hunter and the Holocaust!", script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Dan Adkins; After playing a number of gigs in New York, Rick Jones is once more met by Mordecai P. Boggs; He offers the opportunity to be Rick's promoter, which Rick once more declines; Later in his apartment, Rick (with the help of Mar-Vell) manage to stop some muggers trying to rob someone in their building; During the fight Rick comes up with a possible solution to separate themselves and free Mar-Vell from the Negative Zone: his old friend Bruce Banner; The two decide to try and track down Banner, first by searching his old hidden labs in the Nevada desert; Along the way they pass through a disaster zone, where Mar-Vell is compelled to stop and help people out, save a little girl, and stop a group of looters known as the Rat Pack from capitalizing on the disaster zone; Brief appearance by the Hulk. Letter to the editor from comic artist Alan Kupperberg. 36 pgs., full color.

  • Issue #57
    Career Girl Romances (1966) 57

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    Cover by Leandro Sesarego. Stories by unknown. Art by Leandro Sesarego and unknown. Serena chooses a career over love in..."The Many Faces of Love"! Also featuring: "Tennis or Kisses?" and "100 Miles from Romance"! Plus: 1-page Choosing a Career text piece "Engineer"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.15.