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2491: Marvel Two-in-One #12

" The Stalker in the Sands! "
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Marvel Two-in-One #12
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Editor-in-Chief: Marv Wolfman
Cover Artists: Jack Kirby
Writers: Bill Mantlo
Pencilers: Ron Wilson
Inkers: Vincent Colletta
Colourists: Karen Mantlo
Letterers: Joe Rosen
Editors: Len Wein
Cover Date: November 1975
Release Date: August 1975
Story Arc: -
Pages: 18
Cover Price: $0.25
Times Read: 155                 Times Rated: 100
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Howard the Duck #5 (v1)
Marvel Two-in-One #11
Marvel Two-in-One #12
Amazing Spider-Man #153 (v1)
Amazing Spider-Man #154 (v1)
2489: Howard the ...
#5 (v1)
2490: Marvel Two-...
#11
 
2492: Amazing Spi...
#153 (v1)
2493: Amazing Spi...
#154 (v1)
 
 
Character Appearances
 
Main Characters
  The Thing
The Thing last appeared in Marvel Two-in-One #11. The Thing next appears in Marvel Two-in-One #13.
     
  Iron Man
Iron Man last appeared in Avengers #149 (v1). Iron Man next appears in Iron Fist #1 (v1).
     
Villains
  Prester John
Prester John last appeared in Defenders #11 (v1). Prester John next appears in Marvel Fanfare #54a (v1).
     
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RikerDonegal
   October 20, 2013
A fun romp. Inconsequential, inoffensive. A baddie is unleashed, and our heroes battle him to a standstill. It looks good, moves fast and, while it is pretty much forgettable, it is a fun read. 6/10
 
 
 
 
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  Redsvetz Says:    
  2012-11-24 06:52:34  
  These stories are as lame as MTU, but for some reason theyre not quite as annoying.
I swear that's another masturbation joke on page 2.
 
 
 

  malmantile2729 Says:    
  2012-12-16 10:13:11  
  Wilson and Colletta drew some fine pictures, like Prester John enjoying the good life and, on a double splash, the heroes charging together. And I'm usually a fan of the mythical/historical appearing in the Marvel Universe, so no surprise I enjoyed this tale.  
 
 

  john54542 Says:    
  2014-01-09 21:21:47  
  Masturbation jokes? lol the callouses he was talking about were on his butt! In all seriousness though, I liked this issue, as Ben had some pretty good one liners, but damn, how many times is Prester John going to just happen onto an object giving him nearly God like powers?  
 
 

  skalchemist Says:    
  2014-06-29 21:54:04  
  That was just gibberish, with action. However, it was Thing action, so it gets at least 2 stars anyway.  
 
 

  TheAmazingGatorMan Says:    
  2015-07-29 20:18:24  
  I was hoping that this was an infinity gem.  
 
 

  heman0420 Says:    
  2015-09-16 01:43:28  
  Lame. Just like Team-Up, I am not a fan of Two-In-One so far.  
 
 

  duncanm Says:    
  2016-04-18 17:43:12  
  You know things are going to take a turn for the silly when Dum Dum Dugan shows up with the bucket on his head.
I feel the need to question our heroes' tactic of yelling at the baddie just as they're about to attack them from behind.
"If this stuff is what the Arabs are so hot over -- they can keep it!" Said no western nation ever.
What the hell kind of aircraft were they testing that the fact it just disappeared in a puff of smoke didn't immediately make them think catastrophic explosion?!
 
 
 

  Daredevil Says:    
  2016-08-18 06:53:29  
  So a Caucasian arrives at a Bedouin camp in the 1960s/70s and they are so primitive that they have simple hearts and honour this him as a God, even though he's not done anything except turn up tired and ill? Then they hand him a gem, which has been handed down, (without incident) from father to son, for generations and then as soon as he touches it, he goes mad and kills them all. The heroes response to all this is "Let's go for a burger." Discuss.  
 
 

  grayrender Says:    
  2017-09-12 03:59:30  
  The plot was messy, but I appreciate the dives into random mythologies.  
 
 

 
 
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