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Strange Tales #114: It's... ASBESTOS 17

Written by: Stan Lee

Drawn by: Jack Kirby

Inked by: Dick Ayers

Lettered by: S. Rosen

I’m not sure why Johnny should be so surprised that he has been outsmarted yet again – with the levels of intelligence he’s previously displayed in Strange Tales, it’s hardly surprising that one of his enemies has gained the upper hand. 106 more words

Stan Lee

Strange Tales #114: Flame On 50

Written by: Stan Lee

Drawn by: Jack Kirby

Inked by: Dick Ayers

Lettered by: S. Rosen

As the story progresses, it becomes clear even to Johnny that Captain America is not the heroic patriot of the Second World War. 124 more words

Stan Lee

Strange Tales #114: Property Damage 22

Written by: Stan Lee

Drawn by: Jack Kirby

Inked by: Dick Ayers

Lettered by: S. Rosen

Johnny’s first encounter with ‘Cap’ does not go well. The two end up tussling, and ‘Cap’ ends up getting all the credit. 100 more words

Stan Lee

Strange Tales #114: Flame On 49

Written by: Stan Lee

Drawn by: Jack Kirby

Inked by: Dick Ayers

Lettered by: S. Rosen

There was very little to take from Fantastic Four #20, so we quickly find ourselves in the midst of Strange Tales #114. 197 more words

Stan Lee

Fantastic Four #20: Property Damage 21

Written by: Stan Lee

Drawn by: Jack Kirby

Inked by: Dick Ayers

Lettered by: Art Simek

The fiery ball continues to cause chaos across New York, so Ben decides that if Johnny can have his flame extinguished by dew, a good burst of water from the mains supply will take care of the ball. 88 more words

Stan Lee

Fantastic Four #20: Reed's Stretchy Body 48

Written by: Stan Lee

Drawn by: Jack Kirby

Inked by: Dick Ayers

Lettered by: Art Simek

Fantastic Four #20 is Dick Ayers’ final contribution as inker to the main Fantastic Four series. 197 more words

Stan Lee

Strange Tales #113: Flamin' 'Eck 34

Story plot: Stan Lee

Script: Jerry Siegel

Art: Dick Ayers

Lettering: S. Rosen

If you were a hero who could generate fire across his entire body, and you found yourself up against sentient plants and trees, how would you apply your powers to the situation? 103 more words

Stan Lee