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Cover Date: April 1984
Cover Price: US $ 1.00
Issue Tagline: None.
Format: Black & White; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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Jim Shooter gets the whole thing started with the introduction of the Marvel Bullpen. Spidey conducts a tour of the Marvel offices. Rom helps out by using his head as a toaster. Stan Lee shows up to review the troops. Joe Rubinstein's plans for a wet t-shirt contest backfire. Bill Mantlo demonstrates why he's the fastest writer in comics. Stan is persuaded to pose as a centerfold. The secrets behind the comics are revealed! Terry Austin gets drawn into his work. John Byrne's speed with the pencil sets the page alight. Ron Wilson and Dave Cockrum debate whose graphic novel will be #1. An editorial session in the Spidey office comes to blows. The Hulk drops in for a visit. Anger erupts over the cancelled Ghost Rider title. Byrne displays his skill with elevators. Paul Smith hits the road. And finally, Denny O'Neil fields a prank call.
Photos by Eliot Brown and Vince Colletta with illustration effects by Art Adams and Bill Sienkiewicz. I have credited them as pencillers and inkers, respectively.
Complete list of people appearing in the Marvel Fumetti Book:
Jack Abel, Joe Albelo, Terry Austin, Bret Blevins, Eliot Brown, Bob Budiansky, John Byrne, Mike Carlin, Chris Claremont, Dave Cockrum, Lynn Cohen, Danny Crespi, Tom DeFalco, Bob DeNatale, Nancy Dodaro, Mary Jo Duffy, Susan Ehrenreich, Danny Fingeroth, Archie Goodwin, Linda Grant, Mark Gruenwald, Larry Hama, Bob Harras, Michael Higgins, Deb Highley, Carol Jazwinski, Louise Jones, Stan Lee, Ralph Macchio, Bill Mantlo, Jim Massara, Mary, McPherran, Al Milgrom, John Morelli, Ann Nocenti, Denny O'Neil, Jim Owsley, Tom Palmer, Rick Parker, Carl Potts, Virginia Romita, Joe Rubinstein, Christie Scheele, Walter Simonson, Jim Shooter, Paul Smith, Laurie Sutton, Ron Wilson and Ron Zalme
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