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Marvel Super-Heroes (1967) 13-A

Comic Book by Marvel, Mar 1968

     
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Marvel Super-Heroes (1967) 13-A by Marvel
Marvel Super-Heroes (1967) 13-A by Marvel
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"Where Stalks the Sentry" featuring Captain Marvel.
Una is helpless as she watches Col. Yon-Rogg attempt Mar-Vell's "accidental" death on Earth, far from their Kree home world. Yon-Rogg fails to kill Mar-Vell, but instead kills Earthling scientist Walter Lawson. This gives Mar-Vell the perfect opportunity to infiltrate NASA by assuming Lawson's identity. Once there, he discovers why Lawson, a robotics expert, was called to NASA. NASA had recovered the Kree Sentry from the scene of its fight with the Fantastic Four, and want to learn its secrets. Security Chief Carol Danvers is suspicious of Mar-Vell, but when Yon-Rogg reactivates the Sentry, it starts to destroy the base, and Mar-Vell puts on his Kree uniform to stop the menace. 20 pages.
First appearance of Carol Danvers.

No Title Given featuring The Black Knight (G-35).
Reprinted from Black Knight #2.
Viking raiders pillage the coastal towns, and Leif the Lucky means to take home a bride. When they come across Lady Rosamund and Sir Percy riding through the woods, Leif takes Rosamund as his prize. Percy cannot fight without revealing his charade as a fop, so runs away, only to return as the Black Knight. It is now the Vikings' turn to flee. 6 pages.

"Human Torch - Fugitive At Large!" (F-634).
Reprinted from Sub-Mariner Comics (Atlas) #35.
A gang of jewel thieves have the Torch and Toro running ragged, with carefully orchestrated crimes taking place in distant locations. The police keep finding the Torch at crime scenes, and arrest him. The only way for the Torch to clear his name is to become a fugitive. 5 pages.

No Title Given featuring the Vision.
Reprinted from Marvel Mystery Comics #25.
The Vision must stop madman Enric Zagnar from magically unleashing Nature's fury. 7 pages.

"Top Secret" featuring Captain America.
Reprinted from Young Men #25.
Captain America and Bucky face the dreaded Red spy assassin, the Executioner. 7 pages (D-494).

The "Invasion!!" (G-556).
Reprinted from Sub-Mariner Comics #42.
At home in his native Antarctic waters, Namor grows suspicious of the unnatural fog that has set in. He discovers that the Communists are generating the fog to cover their operations. The Sub-Mariner surrounds the Soviet fleet with icebergs, and pound the Soviets into submission. 8 pages.
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