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SGT. Fury #98, 1972 "Dugan's Deadly Dozen!"

With Memorial Day in the rear-view mirror just slightly, I thought it would be cool to spotlight one of Marvel’s military comics from back in the day. 174 more words

Comic Books

Strange Tales #122: Flamin' 'Eck 45

Rapidly written by Stan Lee

Speedily sketched by Dick Ayers

Instantly inked by Geo. Bell

Lazily lettered by S. Rosen

As I’m going through this story, I’m finding that I have absolutely no recollection of it. 137 more words

Stan Lee

Strange Tales #122: It's... ASBESTOS 27

Rapidly written by Stan Lee

Speedily sketched by Dick Ayers

Instantly inked by Geo. Bell

Lazily lettered by S. Rosen

Some ideas are so crazy, you assume that they’ll stick with you for a long time. 184 more words

Stan Lee

Strange Tales #122: It's... ASBESTOS 26

Rapidly written by Stan Lee

Speedily sketched by Dick Ayers

Instantly inked by Geo. Bell

Lazily lettered by S. Rosen

The Terrible Trio are back, and the only redeeming feature of their return is that they’ve seemingly stopped off at World of Asbestos for a few accessories before conning Johnny. 86 more words

Stan Lee

X-Men #16

X-Men #16, published January 1966.

Here is where you might include some lengthy text about the issue, its condition, etc.

X-Men #16 on Marvel Wikia: … 9 more words

Marvel

Strange Tales #122: It's... ASBESTOS!!!

Rapidly written by Stan Lee

Speedily sketched by Dick Ayers

Instantly inked by Geo. Bell

Lazily lettered by S. Rosen

Doctor Doom’s trio of master-less henchmen continue to haunt the pages of Strange Tales #122. 180 more words

Stan Lee

Strange Tales #122: Flame On 67

Rapidly written by Stan Lee

Speedily sketched by Dick Ayers

Instantly inked by Geo. Bell

Lazily lettered by S. Rosen

We’re back to Strange Tales today, with a story that quite literally nobody asked for – the return of Doctor Doom’s underwhelming henchmen from Fantastic Four #22 (or #23, as the cover would have it). 219 more words

Stan Lee