Tales to Astonish #101 (1959-1968 1st Series) March 1968 Marvel Comics Grade F/VF

Tales to Astonish #101 (1959-1968 1st Series) March 1968 Marvel Comics Grade F/VF

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Cover by Marie Severin, Jack Kirby, Frank Giacoia, and Syd Shores, script by Stan Lee, art by Marie Severin and Frank Giacoia

"Where Walk the Immortals!":
Loki pulls the Hulk to Asgard to fight his father's forces; The Hulk battles the Warriors Three but in a moment of rare clarity, they discover that the jade giant is not really their enemy and refuse Loki's invitation to finish him off; Angered by his failure, Loki casts the Hulk into a bottomless pit. And Evil Shall Beckon, script by Archie Goodwin, art by Gene Colan and Dan Adkins; The Atlanteans abandon the second Atlantis; Namor goes to the Antarctic and finds Destiny hidden below the ice.


1st printing.
This comic comes bagged and boarded.
This comic book is in used condition and is complete with cover and all pages attached. This comic has flaws that warrant a F/VF grade.

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