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"The Wonderful World of Brother Benjamin J. Grimm"
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BEN GRIMM and the PRINCE OF POWER Battle For Their Very Lives!
At The Mercy of Manduu!
Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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The Ever-Lovin' Blue-Eyed Letters Page
The Thing and Hercules.
Essential Marvel Two-In-One (2005) TPB vol. 02
MARV WOLFMAN is credited as "Guest Writer/Editor." The letter's page notes the series' regular editor is ROGER STERN with JIM SALICRUP assisting.
The lettercol features correspondence concerning MTIO #37-38 from BEPPE SABATINI (East Lansing, MI), JON MACKIE (Mt. Vernon, OH) and MARK WILLARD (McCall, ID).
The inside front cover boasts a JACK DAVIS-illustrated ad for "The Bad News Bears Go to Japan," a movie slated for release in Summer 1978.
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