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Incredible Hulk (v1) #168

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Captain America (v1) #175
 
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 #168 (v1)
1801: Incredible Hulk #168 (v1)
   
"The Hate of the Harpy! "
Modok has been defeated for the moment so Hulk turns his attentions again to Betty. Finding her gone, the Hulk departs, little realizing the true nature of her disappearance.
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Cover Date : October 1973
Release Date: July 1973
Universe:
Writer: Steve Englehart
Art: Herb Trimpe
Cover: Herb Trimpe
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Incredible Hulk #169 (v1)
1802: Incredible Hulk #169 (v1)
   
"Calamity in the Clouds! "
Transformed by Modok's sinister machinations, Betty has become the gruesome bird creature the Harpy. Out for vengeance against the Hulk, she and the Jade Giant must battle it out.
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Cover Date : November 1973
Release Date: July 1973
Universe:
Writer: Steve Englehart
Art: Herb Trimpe
Cover: Herb Trimpe
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Incredible Hulk #170 (v1)
1803: Incredible Hulk #170 (v1)
   
"Death From on High! "
Hulk and Betty have escaped the floating city of the Bi-Beast only to find themselves stranded on a deserted isle. There they must struggle to come to terms with each other and the island's strange inhabitants.
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Cover Date : December 1973
Release Date: August 1973
Universe:
Writer: Chris Claremont
Art: Herb Trimpe
Cover: Herb Trimpe
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Incredible Hulk #19 (v1)
1804: Astonishing Tales #19 (v1)
   
"And Men Shall Name Him -- Victorius! "
Just as Ka-Zar was able to recover S.H.I.E.L.D.'s new super soldier serum from the Plunderer, an agent of A.I.M. has perfected a serum of his own. Now as the superpowered Victorius he brings the fight to Bobbi and Ka-Zar.
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Cover Date : August 1973
Release Date: May 1973
Universe:
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Art: Dan Adkins
Cover: John Romita Sr.
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Astonishing Tales #20 (v1)
1805: Astonishing Tales #20 (v1)
   
"The Final Battle "
Ka-Zar's struggle with Victorious is in full swing as this saga of super soldier serums reaches its fateful climax. Meanwhile, Bobbi does her best to recover the vial that Ka-Zar so carelessly tossed aside.
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Cover Date : October 1973
Release Date: July 1973
Universe:
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Art: Werner Roth
Cover: John Romita Sr.
Issue Has Comments Issue Has Letters Column
 
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Astonishing Tales #1 (v2)
1806: Ka-Zar #1 (v2)
   
"Return to the Savage Land "
At long last Ka-Zar and Zabu have made it back to the Hidden Land. As usual their homecoming is met with the savage hostility of the jungle.
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Cover Date : January 1974
Release Date: September 1973
Universe:
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Art: Paul Reinman
Cover: John Buscema
Issue Has Comments Issue Has Letters Column
 
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Ka-Zar #2 (v2)
1807: Ka-Zar #2 (v2)
   
"The Fall of the Red Wizard! "
Shanna and Ka-Zar are captives of the Red Wizard, but does this sorcerer truly deal in legends and magic, or something else entirely?
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Cover Date : March 1974
Release Date: December 1973
Universe:
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Art: Don Heck
Cover: Gil Kane
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Ka-Zar #126 (v1)
1808: Amazing Spider-Man #126 (v1)
   
"The Kangaroo Bounces Back! "
When Spidey is approached by some ad agents about designing a special new vehicle, he sees an opportunity to make some quick cash. Meanwhile, a long forgotten foe is back in action and looking for revenge.
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Cover Date : November 1973
Release Date: August 1973
Universe:
Writer: Gerry Conway
Art: Ross Andru
Cover: John Romita Sr.
Issue Has Comments Issue Has Letters Column
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #15 (v1)
1809: Marvel Team-Up #15 (v1)
   
"If an Eye Offend Thee... "
Johnny Blaze's bike show is in town and MJ decides to drag Peter out for a little fun. However, when things go awry Peter must act fast as Spidey to help the Ghost Rider.
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Cover Date : November 1973
Release Date: August 1973
Universe:
Writer: Len Wein
Art: Ross Andru
Cover: Gil Kane
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Marvel Team-Up #127 (v1)
1810: Amazing Spider-Man #127 (v1)
   
"The Dark Wings Of Death! "
When MJ witnesses a murder outside her apartment, Peter settles to get to the bottom of it. Meanwhile, Harry Osborn continues to become more and more unstable.
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Cover Date : December 1973
Release Date: September 1973
Universe:
Writer: Gerry Conway
Art: Ross Andru
Cover: John Romita Sr.
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Amazing Spider-Man #128 (v1)
1811: Amazing Spider-Man #128 (v1)
   
"The Vulture Hangs High! "
Peter, caught in the Vulture's talons, has little hope for survival. But should he free himself, can he find a way to solve the many mysteries surrounding this case?
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Cover Date : January 1974
Release Date: October 1973
Universe:
Writer: Gerry Conway
Art: Ross Andru
Cover: John Romita Sr.
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Amazing Spider-Man #171 (v1)
1812: Incredible Hulk #171 (v1)
   
"Revenge! "
At long last the Rosses and the Hulk have returned to their New Mexico home after months of adventures abroad. However, it quickly becomes apparent that something is amiss at the Hulkbusters base.
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Cover Date : January 1974
Release Date: September 1973
Universe:
Writer: Steve Englehart
Art: Herb Trimpe
Cover: Herb Trimpe
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Incredible Hulk #172 (v1)
1813: Incredible Hulk #172 (v1)
   
"And Canst Thou Slay... The Juggernaut? "
Armbruster has captured the Hulk, and a former adversary has been called in to solve the "Hulk problem" once and for all. However, a miscalculation compound their problem by unwittingly calling forth the Juggernaut.
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Cover Date : February 1974
Release Date: October 1973
Universe:
Writer: Roy Thomas
Art: Herb Trimpe
Cover: Herb Trimpe
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Incredible Hulk #21 (v1)
1814: Astonishing Tales #21 (v1)
   
"IT! The Colossus Lives Again! "
When the act of a callous associate leaves Bob O'Bryan paralyzed he finds he can mysteriously project his mind into the stone body of It, the Living Colossus.
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Cover Date : December 1973
Release Date: September 1973
Universe:  Earth-616  
Writer: Tony Isabella
Art: Dick Ayers
Cover: Gil Kane
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Astonishing Tales #57 (v1)
1815: Iron Man #57 (v1)
   
"Strike! "
When a sudden strike hits Stark industries, Tony determines to find the man responsible for the slanderous accusations against him. He soon discovers there is more to his adversary than meets the eye.
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Cover Date : April 1973
Release Date: January 1973
Universe:
Writer: Steve Gerber
Art: George Tuska
Cover: George Tuska
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Iron Man #58 (v1)
1816: Iron Man #58 (v1)
   
"Double- Death! "
With the Mandarin and now the Unicorn to deal with, has Iron Man finally met his match? Meanwhile, the strike continues to escalate.
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Cover Date : May 1973
Release Date: February 1973
Universe:
Writer: Steve Gerber
Art: George Tuska
Cover: Rich Buckler
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Iron Man #59 (v1)
1817: Iron Man #59 (v1)
   
"A Madness in Motown! "
Tony and Pepper must travel to Detroit to settle a stockholder's estate. Little do they realize they'll have far more to deal with than stock options.
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Cover Date : June 1973
Release Date: March 1973
Universe:
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Art: George Tuska
Cover: Rich Buckler
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Iron Man #60 (v1)
1818: Iron Man #60 (v1)
   
"Cry Marauder! "
With all that has gone down in Detroit, the last thing Tony needs is for one of his top secret projects to be hijacked. Meanwhile, Pepper and happy's home life continues to slowly unravel.
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Cover Date : July 1973
Release Date: April 1973
Universe:
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Art: George Tuska
Cover: John Romita Sr.
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Iron Man #61 (v1)
1819: Iron Man #61 (v1)
   
"Death Knells Over Detroit! "
The Marauder has captured Iron Man and has transformed Stark's shuttle into a ballistic missile. As he holds Detroit ransom only Iron Man is in a position to stop him.
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Cover Date : August 1973
Release Date: May 1973
Universe:
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Art: George Tuska
Cover: Rich Buckler
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Iron Man #62 (v1)
1820: Iron Man #62 (v1)
   
"Whiplash Returns! "
Continuing their extended business trip, Tony and Pepper travel from Detroit to Cincinnati in order to inspect the plant there. Lo and behold, yet another menace is lying in wait.
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Cover Date : September 1973
Release Date: June 1973
Universe:
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Art: Craig Russell
Cover: Gil Kane
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Iron Man #63 (v1)
1821: Iron Man #63 (v1)
   
"Enter: Dr. Spectrum "
Tony returns to Detroit to help rebuild his shuttle. There he will face an old foe. Meanwhile, things with Pepper begin to heat up.
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Cover Date : October 1973
Release Date: July 1973
Universe:
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Art: George Tuska
Cover: Gil Kane
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Iron Man #64 (v1)
1822: Iron Man #64 (v1)
   
"Rokk Cometh! "
With the seemingly unstoppable Dr. Spectrum on the scene Tony has enough to worry about already. Now due to his moment of indiscretion he must contend also with Happy's rage.
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Cover Date : November 1973
Release Date: July 1973
Universe:
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Art: George Tuska
Cover: John Romita Sr.
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Iron Man #65 (v1)
1823: Iron Man #65 (v1)
   
"The Cutting Edge of Death! "
Iron Man's battle with Dr. Spectrum rages and before long many of the good doctor's secrets will be revealed. Meanwhile, in an effort to win back Pepper's affections, Happy makes a fateful decision.
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Cover Date : December 1973
Release Date: August 1973
Universe:
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Art: George Tuska
Cover: Gil Kane
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Iron Man #66 (v1)
1824: Iron Man #66 (v1)
   
"Battle Royal! "
Iron Man, Thor, Dr. Spectrum and...a second Iron Man? The many threads of this strange saga finally weave together at the conclusion of this battle royale.
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Cover Date : February 1974
Release Date: October 1973
Universe:
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Art: George Tuska
Cover: Gil Kane
Issue Has Comments
 
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Iron Man #67 (v1)
1825: Iron Man #67 (v1)
   
"Return of the Freak "
Eddie March's life hangs in the balance and only a dangerous procedure can save him. Iron Man has used it once before on a friend and is fully aware of the dire consequences.
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Cover Date : April 1974
Release Date: December 1973
Universe:
Writer: Mike Friedrich
Art: George Tuska
Cover: Gil Kane
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Iron Man #129 (v1)
1826: Amazing Spider-Man #129 (v1)
   
"The Punisher Strikes Twice! "
While Peter tries his best to keep his spirits up and his life in order, news of a new vigilante hits the city. Jameson sends Peter to get photos of the Punisher but, as it turns out, the Punisher is looking for him too and he wants more than photos.
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Cover Date : February 1974
Release Date: October 1973
Universe:
Writer: Gerry Conway
Art: Ross Andru
Cover: Gil Kane
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Amazing Spider-Man #7 (v1)
1827: Doc Savage #7 (v1)
   
"Brand of the Werewolf "
After learning that his uncle has been killed by some sort of animal-man, Doc takes the crew to Canada to investigate.
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Cover Date : October 1973
Release Date: July 1973
Universe:  Earth-616  
Writer: Gardner Fox
Art: Ross Andru
Cover: Rich Buckler
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Doc Savage #8 (v1)
1828: Doc Savage #8 (v1)
   
"Werewolf's Lair "
Doc has fallen from a rope strung across a 300-foot waterfall. Pat and Tiny have been taken captive. Meanwhile, the mysteries of the werewolf and the strange marble cube have yet to be solved.
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Cover Date : January 1974
Release Date: December 1973
Universe:  Earth-616  
Writer: Tony Isabella
Art: Rich Buckler
Cover: Rich Buckler
Issue Has Comments
 
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Doc Savage #168 (v1)
1829: Captain America #168 (v1)
   
"...And a Phoenix Shall Arise! "
Cap and the Falcon are out on their rounds when another costumed crazy makes a play for Cap's head. But even Cap can't hope to guess the motivations of the Phoenix.
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Cover Date : December 1973
Release Date: September 1973
Universe:
Writer: Tony Isabella
Art: Sal Buscema
Cover: Sal Buscema
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Captain America #17
1830: Power Man #17
   
"Rich Man: Iron Man--Power Man: Thief! "
Fed up with his lack of wide recognition, Cage decides a change in his nom de guerre is in order. In the meantime he takes an odd job request from a Stark Industries representative.
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Cover Date : February 1974
Release Date: November 1973
Universe:
Writer: Len Wein
Art: George Tuska
Cover: Gil Kane
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Power Man #18
1831: Power Man #18
   
"Havoc on the High Iron! "
Cage realizes that to carry on with his life, he needs to prove himself innocent of the crimes that put him in prison. However, he must also deal with a construction worker seeking revenge against his employer.
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Cover Date : April 1974
Release Date: January 1974
Universe:
Writer: Len Wein
Art: George Tuska
Cover: Gil Kane
Issue Has Comments
 
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Power Man #19
1832: Power Man #19
   
"Call Him...Cottonmouth! "
Cage opens the mysterious package with no return address and finds that the contents are connected to the one-word clue he received from Flea.
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Cover Date : June 1974
Release Date: March 1974
Universe:
Writer: Len Wein
Art: George Tuska
Cover: Ron Wilson
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Power Man #20
1833: Power Man #20
   
"How Like a Serpent's Tooth "
Hoping to find evidence that will clear him, Cage goes to work for Cottonmouth but also commits himself to ending the heroin operation.
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Cover Date : August 1974
Release Date: May 1974
Universe:
Writer: Tony Isabella
Art: George Tuska
Cover: Gil Kane
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Power Man #169 (v1)
1834: Captain America #169 (v1)
   
"When a Legend Dies! "
The Falcon, tired of playing second fiddle to Cap, sets about improving his skill set. Meanwhile, a commercial campaign against Cap gets his blood boiling.
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Cover Date : January 1974
Release Date: October 1973
Universe:
Writer: Steve Englehart
Art: Sal Buscema
Cover: Sal Buscema
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Captain America #170 (v1)
1835: Captain America #170 (v1)
   
"J'Accuse! "
Cap has been framed and he's at a loss for what to do next. The Falcon on the other hand has found the answer he seeks in the technologies of Wakanda.
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Cover Date : February 1974
Release Date: October 1973
Universe:
Writer: Steve Englehart
Art: Sal Buscema
Cover: Gil Kane
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Captain America #171 (v1)
1836: Captain America #171 (v1)
   
"Bust-Out! "
Faced with the choice of busting out or staying in jail, Cap must decide if his reputation is more important than bringing Moonstone to justice. In African the Falcon and Panther must work together to save Leila.
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Cover Date : March 1974
Release Date: November 1973
Universe:
Writer: Steve Englehart
Art: Sal Buscema
Cover: John Romita Sr.
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Captain America #172 (v1)
1837: Captain America #172 (v1)
   
"Believe It or Not: The Banshee! "
Back together again Cap and the Falcon fight desperately for a chance to regroup. When the moment presents itself they take steps to turn the tables on their adversaries. An effort that will yield them some unexpected allies.
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Cover Date : April 1974
Release Date: January 1974
Universe:
Writer: Steve Englehart
Art: Sal Buscema
Cover: John Romita Sr.
Issue Has Comments
 
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Captain America #173 (v1)
1838: Captain America #173 (v1)
   
"The Sins of the Secret Empire! "
Cap and the X-Men have teamed up but their problems are just beginning. If they can manage to dodge S.H.I.E.L.D. long enough they still have the Secret Empire to contend with.
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Cover Date : May 1974
Release Date: February 1974
Universe:
Writer: Steve Englehart
Art: Sal Buscema
Cover: John Romita Sr.
Issue Has Comments
 
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Captain America #174 (v1)
1839: Captain America #174 (v1)
   
"It's Always Darkest...! "
For the first time in a long time Cap and the Falcon know exactly who they're dealing with. But can the knowledge help them succeed, or will the Secret Empire prove too much?
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Cover Date : June 1974
Release Date: March 1974
Universe:
Writer: Steve Englehart
Art: Sal Buscema
Cover: Gil Kane
Issue Has Comments
 
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Captain America #175 (v1)
1840: Captain America #175 (v1)
   
"...Before the Dawn! "
Cap and the X-Men are at the mercy of the Secret Empire until they get a little help from an unexpected source. What follows is the stirring climax of this long unfolding epic.
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Cover Date : July 1974
Release Date: April 1974
Universe:
Writer: Steve Englehart
Art: Sal Buscema
Cover: John Romita Sr.
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