In July 1976, NASA's Viking 1 probe landed on Mars, taking the legendary Face on Mars photo on its way. But, while this was going on in Outer Space, what was happening with our favourite Marvel heroes back on the planet Earth?
Isn't this the story in which Thor flattens Orka while revealing he normally doesn't hit his foes as hard as he could, for fear of hurting them?
Given the threat posed to him by most of his foes, I find this claim very hard to believe.
June 1976 saw the launch of the ITV children's drama series The Feathered Serpent, starring Patrick Troughton and Diane Keen as the world's most Anglo-Saxon Aztecs.
One month later, this comic hits the newsagents.
Or part of a grand cosmic plan beyond our understanding?
I know nothing of this tale but it certainly looks action-packed.
Isn't this the second time Daredevil's been accused of murdering the Jester?
It's that one where Galactus is using the Destroyer as a herald.
I have a feeling it might have been Thor who put this idea into his head.
If so, it seems a strange thing for Thor to be helping Galactus with.
"The most unexpected barbarian of all!"
I assume that's because, whoever he is, no one's ever heard of him before.
Personally, I always expect barbarians.
In fact, I'm positively amazed when they don't show up.
The Blood Brothers are back.
Aunt May's weak heart survives yet another incident that'd inflict a heart attack on the healthiest of people.
Looks like Thor's finally got the sense to give Odin the slap he's been asking for ever since his first appearance.
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