That post was full of such obvious contenders as Savage Sword of Conan and The Rampaging Hulk.
What it lacked was Marvel Preview #13, The UFO Connection.
Why did it lack it?
Because I'd totally forgotten I'd ever had it.
In retrospect, this seems astonishing, bearing in mind it was about aliens - and we all know there's no subject in the world more memorable than aliens.
Not only that but it contained an article that revealed that John Lennon and Jimmy Carter had both reported having seen UFOs.
Sadly, I haven't seen a copy of the mag since the early 1980s but, celebrity UFO eyewitnesses aside, what I do recall of it is its main story involved a man who was being hounded by space aliens and decided to build a pyramid to keep them at bay.
Why a pyramid would keep aliens at bay, I'm not sure.
But I can't help feeling the mag was a veritable time capsule for the age in which it was published. It was an era when Close Encounters was huge, when Erich Von Daniken was still big and anyone with any sense knew full well that pyramids had mystical. powers.
Was the mag any good?
I don't know. I recall so little of it.
But I do recall feeling a certain frisson when I read it at the time, so it must have been doing something right.
And if I forgot all about it, surely that can only be down to one thing.
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