Marvel Collectors' Item Classics 13-A

Comic Book by Marvel, Feb 01 1968
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Marvel Collectors' Item Classics 13-A by Marvel
Marvel Collectors' Item Classics 13-A by Marvel


Cover Price:$.25
Publish Date:FEB 01 1968
Content:CCA Approved


Item Biography

Cover is reprinted from Fantastic Four (1961) #18.

"A Skrull Walks Among Us" featuring the Fantastic Four by Lee and Kirby; 21 pages.

The Skrulls have engineered a new weapon to avenge their defeat at the hands of the FF. The Super Skrull, possessing all the powers of the FF combined, is sent to Earth. He confronts and defeats each member of the FF. Reed discovers that the Super Skrull's source of power is beamed to him from the home world. Reed creates a jamming device and then lures the Super Skrull to a deserted island for the final battle. Sue slips the jammer on the Skrull and then lures him into a giant crater where Johnny seals him in, ending the threat.
Reprinted from Fantastic Four (1961) #18.

"The Black Widow Strikes Again!" featuring Iron Man by Lee/Rico and Heck; 13 pages.

Tony Stark has completed his one-of-a-kind anti-gravity device, but before he can deliver it to the military, the Black Widow comes calling. She uses her feminine wiles to seduce Stark and steals the device. With it, she has the power to move mountains, and Tony Stark must bring his technical prowess to bear to stop her schemes.
Reprinted from Tales of Suspense (1953) #53.

"The World Beyond" (X-696) featuring Doctor Strange by Lee and Ditko; 9 pages.

Nightmare returns to menace the slumbering Dr. Strange. Trapped in Nightmare's realm, Strange is powerless to escape, but summons something which even Nightmare fears, the dread Gulgol, to force Nightmare's hand.
Reprinted from Strange Tales (1951) #122.

"Tales of the Watcher: The Failure" by Lee/Lieber/Reinman; 5 pages.

The Watcher tells a tale of mankind's future 300 years hence when business is cut-throat and people are materialistic. One idealist finds true love and is labeled a failure by his peers. When he is abducted by aliens, everyone thinks that it was loser's luck, but the truth is that he is the luckiest man alive.
Reprinted from Tales of Suspense (1953) #52.

"The Metal Master!" (X-116) featuring the Incredible Hulk by Lee and Ditko; 7 pages.

General Ross' testing of a new rocket goes disasterously, as the alien Metal Master arrives and melts the weapon to the ground. The only one who can fight him is the Hulk, and he has to use his wits to gain the upper hand. Rick Jones is tired of being a powerless sidekick, and so starts the Teen Brigade to assist in crime fighting. The Hulk is pardoned for his part in saving the world, and Bruce and Betty finally confess their love for each other.
Reprints pages 18 - 24 from Incredible Hulk (1962) #6.


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