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Marvel Feature #8 (1st Series 1971) March 1973 Marvel Comics Grade VF/NM

$35.99

  • Details
    Script by Mike Friedrich. Pencils by Craig Russell and Jim Starlin. Inks by Jimmy Janes. Cover by Jim Starlin and Mike Esposito.

    "Prelude to Disaster!":
    Guest-starring Ant-Man and the Wasp.
    At the end of last issue, Janet Pym was transformed from her normal self into a grotesque-looking wasp! And now she's in hot pursuit of Ant-Man! As Henry Pym scampers away from his mutated wife, his mind wonders back to how it all began in Tales to Astonish 44. (Notes: This issue features 3 pages of new art. The remainder of the issue reprints Tales to Astonish #44 the origin of the Wasp. Script by Ernie Hart. Pencils by Jack Kirby. Inks by Don Heck.)

    1st printing.
    Comic Book will be shipped bagged and boarded.
    This comic book is in new condition complete with cover and all pages attached it has flaws that warrant a VF/NM grade.
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