Marvel Fanfare (1982-1992) #1

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Published March, 1982 (Bronze Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1982 for $1.25 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $10.00 USD.

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  • Fast Descent Into Hell!
  • Snow

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bobashep
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by on 4/11/2013 4:58:00 PM

In the premiere issue of this 1980s Marvel anthology series, Editor Al Milgrom and Chief Jim Shooter look to use Grade A talent and rising stars to making essentially their dream stories. In the very first multi-issue arc, Peter Parker is sent on assignment to the Savage Land to follow the Angel and a very desperate woman on a quest to find a man named Lykos. This Lykos guy has a habit of turning into a mutated pteradon named Sauron. Written by Claremont, I am not sure why the editors didn’t roll out their best-selling characters, the X-Men. In the second tale, Daredevil makes a rather hoo-hum stroll through Hell’s Kitchen. The story and the art isn’t that memorable. Not a bad first issue.

Marvel Fanfare (1982-1992) #1