The Complete Fantastic Four #6 November 2, 1977 Marvel UK Grade VF
Jack Kirby cover art, John Buscema and Joe Sinnott art. Written by Gerry Conway and Stan Lee.
Begins reprint of Fantastic Four #3. Madness is The Miracle Man; Mighty Marvel’s Spot The Doubles Contest; The Menace of the Miracle Man.
The Complete Fantastic Four was a weekly title launched by Marvel UK on 28th September 1977, and ran for 37 issues until 8th June 1978. The first 36 page issue gave away a free gift of a plastic snap together model of a Boeing 747, while the second gave away a free Boeing Clipper boat plane model. Early issues contained just two reprint strips; early '70s Fantastic Four reprints continuing from their run in Super Spider-Man and 'classic' '60s reprints beginning with Fantastic Four #1 in the backup slot. In later issues, a third strip was included, 'The Invaders'. Following the title's cancellation, both the Fantastic Four and the Invaders moved into the pages of Mighty World of Marvel Vol 1.
This comic book is in used condition with all of the pages and cover attached it has flaws that warrant a grade of VF.
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