Good grief! 1975's upon us already and it only seems like five minutes ago that it was 1974.
But will this wild leap into the future bring any unexpected changes to what Marvel UK are publishing on this weekend of that year?
There's only one way to find out.
I'm assuming this is the story where the Collector manages to get Thor to fight the other Avengers. I don't recall how he does it but, let's be honest, it doesn't take a lot to get Marvel heroes to fight each other.
I don't think I had this issue when I was a child. Who would have thought that 1975 would have begun with such heart-rending deprivation?
Marvel's adaptation of the original movie finally reaches its climax.
The cover does raise the obvious question. Were comics and Aleister Crowley books the only places in the Twentieth Century where you could still find people using the word, "Lo?"
Hooray, the Chameleon's back.
Was this his first appearance in Spidey's strip since issue #1? I'm struggling to think of any appearances in between. If so, it does seem amazing that it took so long.
I seem to recall that this is the story where Spidey virtually tells the whole world that he's Peter Parker and yet everyone seems to be too dim to notice.
Quick! Call for the Park Ranger! Dracula's after someone's pickanick basket.
The Hulk's still up against Ancient Egyptian naughtiness.
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