Marvel Fanfare (1982-1992) #29

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Published November, 1986 (Copper Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1986 for $1.50 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $3.00 USD.

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  • A Terrible Thing to Waste...
  • Story

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bobashep
3.5

by on 5/17/2013 10:31:00 PM

Another in Fanfare’s “Experimental” comics series. In the John Byrne Hulk tale, the Green Machine is summoned to a medicine and somehow lured into a trap with a siamese twins-type pair of villains. The catch is that each page is a single panel and so narration, dialogue, and art must operate extra hard to tale a cohesive story with so little room to work. Then, we’ve got a Captain America tale that squeezes in as many panels as possible. Why, there’s panels inside of panels. It makes for a massively fast-paced read. However, with all that space being used hyper-efficiently, the writer spends very little time making the supporting characters very interesting. A novel concept that is enjoyable, though not without faults.

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