But were our favourite Marvel heroes of the time making a meal of their latest battles?
Or were they instead chewing up their foes and spitting them out?
Is this the one where Mantis and the Swordsman defeat the Lion God by hypnotising him with her dancing? If so, he really did come across as a complete and total berk in that tale.
I'm pretty certain I've never read this one but I do like the way the Falcon still has his normal hair despite having turned into a werewolf.
I do wonder if his falcon has likewise turned into a wolf-bird.
I've never read this one either. I gather there may be a wizard in it, which makes a nice change.
Unlike those other mags, I actually have read this one.
But I have no memory of it.
It does seem to be my month for tales I've never read, as the FF find themselves up against what seems to be a giant gorilla with a metal ball for a head.
What with Medusa's giant-hand problems, it does strike me that his month's cover is remarkably similar to next month's.
Hooray! It's one of my faves, as Zzzaxx makes his debut and Hawkeye tries to prove he can do it without the Avengers.
As revealed in this recent post on The Peerless Power of Comics, Iron Man is still having far more trouble with the Masked Marauder than he really should be.
Sweet Mother of Christmas, and other words to that effect. It's one of my favourite Spidey tales, as our hero comes up against Luke Cage.
I'm pretty sure Peter Parker snaps a pen in half at one point in this story, which, believe it or not, is one of my favourite scenes ever in any comicbook.
In his latest space-bound quest to find missing gods, Thor's up against Mercurio - who, like Baked Alaska, can be hot and cold at the same time.
Like Baked Alaska, he was probably also not available in Sheaf Markets' elevated restaurant.
My Steve-Sense tells me that Spider-Man may be featuring in this tale.
Other than that, I can say nothing.
Because I know nothing.