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Marvel Super-Heroes (1967) 29-A
Comic Book by Marvel, Jan 01 1971
Marvel Super-Heroes (1967) 29-A by Marvel
JAN 01 1971
Magazine Management Co. Inc.
No Story Arcs
Cover by Marie Severin/John Romita
"That He May See!" by Lee and Wood/Powell. 20 pages.
Reprinted from Daredevil (1964) #9.
Karen Page continues to press Matt Murdock to get the experimental eye surgery that will restore his vision, but Matt worries about losing his heightened senses. When Karen introduces Matt to his benefactor Klaus Kruger, Matt can tell that something is not right, specially when the operation must be performed in a European medieval castle in a dictatorship. The whole set-up is a sham, and Daredevil must combat Kruger on his home turf to end his reign of tyranny. Meanwhile at home, Foggy's jealousy over Karen's love for Matt builds.
"The Watchers!" (V-325) by Heck. 5 pages.
Reprinted from Amazing Adventures (1970) #5.
Professor Henry Fletcher has a new theory so wild that he dare not tell anybody...except the janitor. Fletcher proposes that mankind's history is being guided by alien visitor, living amongst us in disguise. The janitor tells him he needs more rest, and sends Fletcher home before stripping off his human disguise.
"Beware!!! Of the Little Toy Men!! (T-677) by Ditko. 5 pages.
Reprinted from Journey into Mystery (1952) #58.
A man is anguished that he must somehow convince the world of a threat that nobody will believe. A stranger has been giving away mechanical toy men in the park, but the toys are really agents of an alien invasion.
"The Fury of the Freak!" featuring the Invincible Iron Man by Lee and Austin/Michaels.
Happy Hogan has been transformed into a mute monster by the device meant to save his life, the Enervator Ray. He is an unstoppable force with a childlike mentality. Iron Man attempts to lead him back to the device in a gamble to reverse its effects. Meanwhile, Senator Byrd waits to arrest Tony Stark to compel him to reveal the secrets of Iron Man, and his frustration is building.
"Here Lies Hidden..The Unspeakable Ultimo!" featuring the Invincible Iron Man by Lee and Austin/Michaels. 12 pages.
Reprinted from Tales of Suspense (1959) #76.
Iron Man's gambit to revert the Freak to Happy Hogan has paid off with dividends. Happy has amnesia, and now can't remember that Tony Stark is Iron Man. Senator Byrd arrests Stark to compel him to reveal Iron Man's secrets in the interest of National security. Before Stark can be brought in, though, he is teleported across the globe to stronghold of the Mandarin. Trapped without his armor, how can Tony Stark face the Mandarin's new threat, Ultimo?
First appearance of Ultimo.
Jack Abel (aka Gary Michaels)
Eugene "Gene" Colan (aka Adam Austin)
Bob "Bobby" "S.R." Powell (aka Powell Roberts, Bud Ernest, Stanley Charlot)
John Romita Sr.
Wallace "Wally" Wood
Anthony "Tony" Edward Stark
Franklin "Foggy" Nelson
Harold "Happy" Joseph Hogan
Matthew "Matt" Michael Murdock
Tem Borjigin / Khan / Gene Kahn / Zhang Tong
Virginia "Pepper" Potts / Virginia "Pepper" Hogan
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