Tales to Astonish #93 is a classic hero vs hero battle with a twist. It started when Hulk wanted Silver Surfer to take him to another planet
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Who is the strongest hero in the Marvel Universe? It's a question that fans have debated for decades, and it often centers Hulk vs Thor.
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Cover-dated May 1964 and hitting the newsstands in May, Avengers #5 represents a young Marvel Universe beginning to hit its stride.
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The infamous Guy Gardner first appeared in 1968 in Green Lantern #59 in 1968, but few high grade copies have hit the market in recent times.
The Promise Collection is a group of high grade comics from 1939-1952, and mid-1948 has one of the most infamous covers in comics history.
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King Features' 1966 debut of its Flash Gordon series was the fan-favorite comic book of that year due to spectacular Al Williamson artwork.
The Promise Collection is a group of high grade comics from 1939-1952, and early 1948 was about the crime explosion, and a Futurama mystery.
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