Hooray! It's December - the only month of the year that rhymes with, "Dismember."
But will our favourite Marvel heroes of fifty years ago be taking their foes apart - or merely falling to pieces under the pressure?
Only a journey in Steve's wibbly wobbly time machine can tell us.
The Hate-Monger makes his aggro-packed debut.
But what oh what can his senses-shattering secret be?
Click here to find out. But be warned, your sanity might not be able to take it.
Mr Hyde makes his first appearance and it's another of those weirdly defeatist covers that Thor specialised in.
Someone call the nurses. The Vulture's escaped from the retirement home again.
By the looks of it, Marvel cunningly use the fact that Spider-Man's not in the tale to make you think Spider-Man's in the tale. That Stan Lee was a marketing genius.
As for the Sandman; if you're made of sand, is it really a good idea to take on someone whose power is flame?
Thanks to Steve Ditko, Iron Man gets a new costume and unveils possibly the least likely piece of technology in the history of comics, as he takes on the power of Mr Doll.
I had a reprint of this, in an Alan Class comic, when I was a kid. I always had a soft spot for it, even though poor old Hank Pym comes across as being completely useless in it. Frankly, the sight of him being pitied by the Wasp every step of the way - it's not a dignified thing.
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