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Star Wars #2 (1977 Marvel) - August 1977 - Marvel Comics - Grade VF/NM

Based on the screenplay by George Lucas. Adapted by Roy Thomas. Art by Howard Chaykin and Steve Leialoha.

Synopsis for "A New Hope: Part 2 of 6. "Six against the Galaxy!":

Princess Leia is in the hands of the evil Empire and the sinister Darth Vader. Now it falls on farm boy Luke Skywalker to seize his destiny and rescue her, and save the galaxy. But he can't do it alone. Luckily he'll get some help from old Ben Kenobi, once a great Jedi Knight known as Obi-Wan, Han Solo, a cocky ace pilot and all around scoundrel, Chewbacca, the hulking wookie and loyal co-pilot to Han, and the droids who hold the key to the Empire's defeat, C-3PO and R2-D2.

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Star Wars #3 (1977 Series) - September 1977 - Marvel Comics - Grade VF

1st printing, standard 30 Cent Newsstand Edition with UPC. Based on the screenplay by George Lucas. Adapted by Roy Thomas. Art by Howard Chaykin and Steve Leialoha.

Synopsis for "A New Hope: Part 3 of 6. "Death Star!"

The evil Galactic Empire tests its ultimate weapon on Princess Leia's homeworld with devastating results. Meanwhile, Ben Kenobi begins Luke Skywalker's training in the ways of the force. However things take a turn for the worse when the Millennium Falcon is captured within the unrelenting grasp of the Death Star's tractor-beam. Now, it's up to this small motley band of heroes to mount a daring rescue attempt of the Princess from within the very bowels of the Empire's most powerful weapon.

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Tales to Astonish #88 (1959-1968 1st Series) - February 1967 - Marvel Comics - Grade Fine

Cover by Gene Colan and Bill Everett, script by Stan Lee, art by Bill Everett

Synopsis for "A Stranger Strikes from Space!":

A giant alien robot accidentally falls out of a passing spaceship and into the lap of Attuma in depths of the ocean; He decides to use this turn of good fortune to destroy Namor and Atlantis. Boomerang and the Brute!, script by Stan Lee, art by Gil Kane; Since they have discovered that the Hulk is not the total villain he has been painted to be, the president tells Ross to pardon him if he thinks the threat is over; Of course, Boomerang picks that exact moment to secretly enrage the jade giant, causing him to go on another rampage and causing Ross to still see him as a menace; Hulk fights the new and improved (but still fashion-impaired) Boomerang.

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Tales to Astonish #84 (1959-1968 1st Series) - October 1966 - Marvel Comics - Grade Fine

Cover by Gene Colan and Dick Ayers, script by Stan Lee, art by Gene Colan and Dick Ayers

Synopsis for "Like a Beast at Bay!":

Namor has lost his memory and the Leader of the Secret Empire convinces him to track down and kill the Hulk; As Namor rushes around New York looking for the jade giant, he is zapped by a ray from Krang which only succeeds in restoring his memory. Rampage in the City!, script by Stan Lee, art by Bill Everett, Jerry Grandenetti, Gene Colan, Bill Everett, and Dick Ayers; Finding gamma base deserted and everybody gone, the Hulk heads to New York City to try and find his old friends in the Avengers but finds himself attacked once again by city police; Rick, hearing that the Hulk is in the big apple, gets a job driving a car to New York for a mysterious stranger who tells him to be sure not to look in the trunk.

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Tales to Astonish #94 (1959-1968 1st Series) - August 1967 - Marvel Comics - Fine

This is a Pedigree book from the Southern California Comics Collection owned by Lara 'Jerry' Fuller, with certificate of authenticity.

Cover by Dan Adkins, script by Roy Thomas, art by Bill Everett

Synopsis for "Helpless, at the Hands of Dragorr!":

As Namor plans his assault against the surface world, he is contacted by Dragorr, ruler of a small island, and invited to join him in conquering the world; Namor feels insulted by the surface man's affronity and decides to visit his island to teach him a lesson; Instead, he ends up being captured and forced to do Dragorr's bidding; It is only the timely intervention of the Lady Dorma that frees him and reveals the fact that Dragorr is a robot being run by the diminutive Gnome. To the Beckoning Stars!, script by Stan Lee, art by Marie Severin and Herb Trimpe; The High Evolutionary finds himself beseiged on the planet of Wundagore II as his New Men revert to their bestial natures and attack; Thinking the Hulk may be just the help he needs to face his out of control creations, the Evolutionary has him captured and transported to his world.

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Amazing Spider-Man #116 (1963 1st Series) - January 1973 - Grade Fine

Cover art by John Romita, script by Stan Lee and Gerry Conway, pencils by John Romita, inks by Jim Mooney and Tony Mortellaro

Synopsis for Suddenly...The Smasher!":

Spidey tackles the Smasher, a ten foot goon who is busting up a billboard for political candidate Richard Raleigh; Finding that his friends are in Raleigh's camp, Pete attends a political rally but, during Raleigh's speech, the roof start to fall in on the crowd. Suddenly, the Smasher! reprints approximately the first twenty pages of "Lo, This Monster" from the Spectacular Spider-Man #1 magazine, though many pages have been redrawn or touched up by John Romita Sr., and the Man Monster has been renamed Smasher. The new dialogue is by Gerry Conway.

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Amazing Spider-Man #138 (1963 1st Series) -November 1974 - Marvel Comics - Grade Fine

Script by Gerry Conway. Pencils by Ross Andru. Inks by Frank Giacoia and Dave Hunt (backgrounds). Cover by Gil Kane (pencils) and John Romita Sr. (inks).

Synopsis for "Madness Means...the Mindworm!":
The web-slinger's unbelievable ordeal with the Green Goblin is over. But Aunt May's nephew needs a new place to live after his apartment was destroyed! To that end Peter makes a phone call to his old high school rival: Flash Thompson! And surprisingly Flash has extra space in his Far Rockaway apartment! So the wondrous wall-crawler is on his way to Long Island...and an unexpected rendezvous with the Mindworm! Keep your head on your shoulders Spidey! First appearance of the Mindworm. (Notes: The Mindworm returns in Spectacular Spider-Man 35.)

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Amazing Spider-Man #88 (1963 1st Series) - September 1970 - Grade Fine

Cover art by John Romita, script by Stan Lee, pencils by John Romita, inks by Jim Mooney

Synopsis for "The Arms of Doctor Octopus!":

From his prison cell, Doc Ock calls to his mechanical arms and even Spidey can't stop the inevitable reuinion; Ock hijacks a plane and holds an Asian general hostage for ten million bucks but Spidey foils his plans. Reprinted in Marvel Tales # 69.

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Amazing Spider-Man #75 (1963 1st Series) - August 1969 - Marvel Comics - Grade Fine

First 15-cent cover price. Cover by John Romita Sr. script by John Romita (plot) and Stan Lee (script), pencils by John Romita (layouts) and Jim Mooney (pencils), inks by Jim Mooney

Synopsis for "Death Without Warning!:

Spidey, aware that Dr. Connors and his family are in danger from the Maggia, searches for them; The once-elderly Silvermane tries to convince Marko and Cicero that he is in fact a younger version of himself while Dr. Connors escapes and Spider-Man arrives; In the ensuing free-for-all Connors transforms into the Lizard…and Silvermane just keeps getting younger. Reprinted in Marvel Tales # 56.

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