Marvel Fanfare (1982-1992) #57

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Published June, 1991 (Copper Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1991 for $2.25 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $4.00 USD.

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  • Murder By Friend!
  • Power and Duty

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bobashep
3.5

by on 6/18/2013 5:54:00 PM

Another great cover featuring Shanna the She Devil. In part 2, Infantino’s no longer drawing the book. I guess after a 15 year hiatus, he had something else better to do. The art’s still very good as Shanna’s in a lot of hot water as only she can see what these “Cat People” are really up to. Then we’ve got a Monica Lambeau as Capt. Marvel story that delves a little into her history as a policeman in the Big Easy. The story was gritty and the realism is a signature Marvel literary device. The art wasn’t as good in this tale. But it’s plotting and writing was far more superior to part two of Shanna’s adventures in LA.

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