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Marvel Premiere (1972) - #58
Marvel


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  Editor(s):
Bob Budiansky
Jim Salicrup
Jim Shooter

Cover Artist(s):
Terry Austin
Frank Miller
Gaspar Saladino - 'Gaspar'
 

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Cover Date: February 1981
Cover Price: US $0.50

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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"Against the Gods!" - Edit this story

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The Iron Legion

Writer(s):
Pat Mills
John Wagner

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Dave Gibbons

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Narrowly escaping his predicament from the last issue, the Doctor realizes that the secret to undoing this Roman "perversion" is in showing the Roman people the true faces of their Gods. He thus televises the image of Magog, whom the people have up to now believed was Juno. Their "gods" debunked, the people then go into open revolt.

Magog is forced to flee. He forces the Doctor to at last reveal the secret of the TARDIS. The Doctor appears to comply, but fools Magog into flipping a switch on the TARDIS control panel which traps Magog in a dimensional prison within the TARDIS. The rest of the Malevilus try to escape this Rome in the ship that had masqueraded as the Imperial palace, but it explodes on take off because Magog had previously drained it of most of its power.

Having helped out the Earth of this reality, the Doctor decides to return to his own dimension. He's off to take a much-needed holiday to Benidom.

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This is an unusual example of an American title having been grafted onto a British story. Instead of just calling this "The Iron Legion, Part 2", Marvel decided to give it a unique name.

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K-9's Finest Hour

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