Fantastic Four #229 April 1981 Marvel Comics Grade NM

Fantastic Four #229 April 1981 Marvel Comics Grade NM


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Cover by Bill Sienkiewicz and Joe Sinnott. Art by Bill Sienkiewicz (layouts) and Joe Sinnott (finishes). Script by Doug Moench.

Synopsis for "The Thing From The Black Hole" Part 1 of 3:
Reed, Sue, Ben, and Johnny are enjoying a quiet Saturday afternoon out on the town, when suddenly Manhattan goes haywire! A powerful being from outer space is wreaking havoc on the city! The Ebon Seeker batters the FF and forces the heroic foursome to make their final stand on a remote island in the Atlantic Ocean. The situation looks hopeless. Can anyone stop the Ebon Seeker? (Note: The letters page includes a statement of ownership: average print run 456,547; average paid circulation 228,207.)

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 NM grade.
Comic Book will be shipped bagged and boarded.

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