Fred Hembeck Sells the Marvel Universe #1

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Published October, 1990 (Copper Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1990 for $1.25 USD. This issue contains 48 pages in Color, the current NM value is $2.50 USD.

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  • The New Adventures of Brother Voodoo!
  • Petey - The Adventures of Peter Parker Before He Became Spider-Man!: Rep on Ice!

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bobashep
3.5

by on 8/19/2014 6:29:00 PM

Usually, I get really ticked if I buy a comic and I don’t know that it’s just a bunch of reprints. However, since I have no intention of ever collecting a run of Marvel Age books, I’ll forgive it this one time. The cartoons were really funny although some punch-lines got stale (see Brother Voodoo.) The funniest cartoons were Cyclops’ x-traordinary answers to everything and a call-in show in which callers keep getting Quasar confused with Nova. The lamest cartoons were about Brother Voodoo, a common butt to most of Hembeck's jokes about lame super heroes. Worth Consuming and you should be able to find this in a bargain bin. You’ll just have to look really hard, like I did.

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