Marvel Super-Heroes (1967) 19-A

Comic Book by Marvel, Mar 01 1969
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Marvel Super-Heroes (1967) 19-A by Marvel
Marvel Super-Heroes (1967) 19-A by Marvel


Cover Price:$.25
Publish Date:MAR 01 1969
Content:CCA Approved

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Cover by Barry Windsor-Smith/Herb Trimpe.

"My Father, My Enemy!" featuring Ka-Zar the Jungle Master and Zabu, by Drake/Parkhouse and Tuska/Greene. 20 pages.
Parnival Plunder is trying to teach his brother Kevin, better known as Ka-Zar, the ways of civilized man, but Ka-Zar finds it anything but civilized. Parnival also tells Ka-Zar about their fathers intention to use Vibranium to create advanced new weaponry, a lie fabricated by Parnival. Ka-Zar renounces his father's inheritance, giving Parnival control of his father's castle and monies. Ka-Zar later stumbles into a secret meeting where Parnival is ploting with Numa of the Mordrees and Quor of the Reptile-Men to drive off the indiginous Mordrees so that Parnival can mine the Vibranium found there (called anti-metal at this early date). Ka-Zar rallies with the Mordrees and drive off the Plunderer and his Reptile-Men.

No Title Given featuring the Human Torch (D-811) by Burgos. 8 pages.
Reprinted from Young Men (Atlas) #26.
The Human Torch and Toro help Chief Wilson take down the underworld mastermind, The Vulture, who has his targets set on acquiring atomic weaponry. Chief Wilson's daughter Betty is called Mary in this story.

"Verdict by Magic" featuring Marvel Boy (8736) by Everett. 8 pages.
Reprinted from Astonishing #6, originally titled "Murder by Magic".

No Title Given featuring the Black Knight (G-248) by Lee and Maneely. 6 pages.
Reprinted from Black Knight (Atlas) #3.
A hunting trip is planned to celebrate King Arthur's birthday. Mordred has paid gypsies to lay a trap of lions to waylay the hunt party, but Merlin is suspicious, and alerts the Black Knight, who is on hand to rescue the King.

No Title Given featuring the Sub-Mariner (D-904) by Everett. 8 pages.
Reprinted from Young Men (Atlas) #26.
Namor and his pal Betty Dean are on a commercial flight that gets captured and held hostage by aliens. They have come to demand that Earthlings turn over all technology for nuclear warfare. Namor fouls the plot, unveiling that they are really only Communists in disguise.


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