Marvel Fanfare (1982-1992) #20

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Published May, 1985 (Copper Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1985 for $1.50 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $3.00 USD.

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  • The Clash, Part 1

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bobashep
3.5

by on 5/14/2013 8:58:00 PM

In a Defenders tale of strange proportions, Doctor Strange is held prisoner in one of those mystic universes of his. Using his projection ability he recruits the Thing to the rescue. Things look really good, until one of Thing's all-time greatest foes is recruited by Strange's captor. If this issue was just this story, I'd give it the maximum alloted amount of stars. However, about half of the book is taken up by pin-ups. The art is very good and of some of my favorite marvel characters including several famous Asgardians. But, when I buy a book, I expect a story- not a mere portfolio of great art. There must be a balance of both for me to feel like I got my money's worth. Worth Consuming.

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