Can it really be a week since I last looked at Marvel UK's output from exactly forty years ago?
No. It can't. It's only been six days.
Needless to say, I'm not going to let that stop me looking at what our favourite comic publisher was up to in this week of 1974.
Assuming it wasn't drawn specially for Spider-Man Comics Weekly, I still don't have a clue where this cover originally came from.
Good to see some good old Gil Kane up-the-nose action there though. You do wonder what Gil would've done if God hadn't invented nostrils. He'd have had nothing to put in his foregrounds.
The Avengers really did have a remarkably difficult time getting on the cover of their own mag.
Still, who can complain when they're being pushed off the front by my role-model Dormammu?
Poor old Gwen Stacy. First the Green Goblin wants to kill her and now Dracula wants to as well.
You can tell it's coming up to Christmas, as the apes decide to splash out on Charlton Heston.
I don't have a clue what the Hulk story is in this issue.
Is the Silver Surfer story the one where the Thing starts a fight with him because he thinks he's getting a bit too keen on Alicia?
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