Fantastic Four #267 (1st Series 1961) June 1984 Marvel Comics Grade VF

Fantastic Four #267 (1st Series 1961) June 1984 Marvel Comics Grade VF


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Story, art, and cover by John Byrne

"A Small Loss!":
Guest-starring Bruce Banner (the Hulk), Walter Langkowski (Sasquatch), and Michael Morbius (Morbius the Living Vampire)
Due to the radiation she was exposed to Sue is suffering complications with her pregnancy. Reed has gathered the world's foremost experts in radiation research to no avail. Will he do the unthinkable and turn to the brilliant, albeit unstable, mind of Doctor Otto Octavius? Can the infamous Doctor Octopus help the Invisible Girl, or is his mind too unstable to be trusted? Don't miss this tale that will change the lives of the Fantastic Four forever

1st printing.
This comic book is in new condition. Comic is complete with cover and all pages attached. This comic has some flaws that warrant a VF/NM grade.
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