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Marvel Collectors' Item Classics 15-A

Comic Book by Marvel, Jun 1968

     
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Marvel Collectors' Item Classics 15-A by Marvel
Marvel Collectors' Item Classics 15-A by Marvel
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Cover reprinted from Fantastic Four (1961) #21.

"The Hate Monger" (X-488) by Lee and Kirby/Bell; 22 pages.
A new menace arises, as the mysterious Hate Monger sows hatred through the world via his H-Ray gun. The FF confront him, but get turned against each other, and disband. CIA Agent Nick Fury visits Reed, his old Army pal, to enlist his aid against the Hate Monger. Fury schemes to separately send each member of the FF to the Hate Monger's South American base, where they reunite and confront the madman. The Hate Monger is killed by his own men, and is revealed to be Adolf Hitler (or a body double).
Reprinted from Fantastic Four (1961) #21.

Pin-up of Fantastic Four and Dr. Doom by Kirby.

"No One Escapes the Mandarin" (X-673) featuring Iron Man by Lee and Heck; 13 pages.
Iron Man is held captive of the Mandarin, and only by tricking the Mandarin into a fruitless search for Tony Stark does Shellhead get a chance to recharge and bust free. The Mandarin attempts to snare another American missile with his Interceptor Ray, but Iron Man ruins the plan, destroys the Ray and recovers the stolen missiles.
Reprinted from Tales of Suspense (1959) #55.

"The Lady from Nowhere" (X-758) featuring Doctor Strange by Lee and Ditko/Bell; 9 pages.
Dr. Strange finds a mysterious woman, trapped in a mystic spell. With the Ancient One's aid, Strange travels to the past to confront Zota, the evil mystic who has mystically banished Cleopatra, and returns her to her destiny.
Reprinted from Strange Tales (1951) #124.

"Part 3: The Search for the Hulk" (V-709) featuring the Incredible Hulk by Lee and Kirby; 3 pages.
The military is bewildered that they can't find the Hulk, only Bruce Banner and Rick Jones. Banner is comforted by Betty Ross, but worries about nightfall, as he changes into the Hulk at sundown.
Reprinted from Incredible Hulk (1962) #1 (pages 12 - 14)

"Part 4: Enter...The Gargoyle!" featuring the Incredible Hulk by Lee and Kirby; 5 pages.
Igor from his prison cell communicates with his employer, the Gargoyle, who, when he hears of the power of the Hulk, comes to investigate.
Reprinted from Incredible Hulk (1962) #1 (pages 15 - 19)
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