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Micronauts #3 (1st Series 1979) March 1979 Marvel Comics Grade F/VF

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  • Details
    Cover pencils by Michael Golden, inks by Joe Rubinstein, script by Bill Mantlo, pencils by Michael Golden (breakdowns) and Joe Rubinstein, inks by Joe Rubinstein

    "Death-Duel at Daytona Beach!":
    The battle continues between the Micronauts and the soldiers of Karza after the opponents travel throughout space and arrive on Earth; After a massive battle and a lot of destruction, the Micronauts win, but it wasn't a happy victory; Bug is missing, the Endeavor is crippled, and the tracking device permits Baron Karza to discover a other world to conquer. Baron Karza illustration, pencils by Michael Golden, inks by Josef Rubinstein. "The Incredible Hulk Changes His Mind!" Hostess Cup Cakes ad.

    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 F/VF grade.
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