In this week of 1975, Rod Stewart hit the Number One slot on the UK singles chart, with Sailing. What a lovely song that was, with added female warbling for oceanic effect.
But was it all calm seas for the stars of our favourite comics company?
Or were they feeling like it was time to man the lifeboats?
Spider-Man's still having trouble with the Green Goblin.
But, more importantly, we can win four Raleigh bikes.
I hope they're Choppers. I won't feel like it's 1975 if they're not.
Someone at Marvel UK HQ was very fond of covers in which the Avengers and Conan square up against their foes in a curiously parallel manner.
As I know from personal experience, you always know you're in trouble when a floating, glowing head appears in your life.
I've now checked the dictionary and can announce that, "Dracula," doesn't spell, "Death." It spells, "Dracula." Imagine the fool I'd have made of myself if I'd believed them.
I can only assume that the, "Thing gone mad!" story is the one where the Mad Thinker sabotages one of Reed's attempts to cure bashful Benjy and it all goes horribly wrong.
I've no idea what happens in any of this issue's stories. I do know I'm not keen on the idea of diagonally splitting the cover though.
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