It's been a strange and unusual week for me. I've seen Margaret Thatcher singing on Top of the Pops, evil clowns banned from the streets of France and spiders removed from Katie Melua's earholes. But what kind of week were our favourite Marvel heroes experiencing exactly fifty years ago?
Here's where we find out.
Immortus shows up and the Avengers break up.
Other than that, I'm not familiar with this tale. Does the Kang/Immortus link get mentioned here or does that not come along until later?
The Kang Immortus Link. I used to love that band. They were my favourite Prog Rock outfit.
The Invincible Man makes his debut and we finally find out just where the Storms's parents have been all this time.
Now we just need to find out where Ben and Reed's parents have been all this time.
For that matter, where has Thor's mother been all this time? We keep seeing Odin but Mrs Odin is never anywhere in eight.
But Thor's too busy to worry about that. He's got his hands full with Jane Foster.
And he's about to have his hands even fuller with the Cobra and Mr Hyde.
He's going to need more hands at this rate.
Speaking of parent deficient super-heroes, Spider-Man's finally developed the sense to hide from super-villains instead of fighting them.
Somehow, the Thing and Human Torch are holding on to that coveted main story slot, despite the fact that Dr Strange's strip is clearly far more interesting.
But can it be true? Can the first appearance of the dread Dormammu really be playing second fiddle to the return of the Mad Thinker?
Captain America gets his own strip in Tales of Suspense.
I don't have a clue what goes on in either of these tales.
To be honest, it's not a cover that suggests the contents are going to be the greatest ever.
Unus the Untouchable makes his debut in a tale I've never read.
Was it ever explained how exactly he eats if he can't touch anything?
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