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Published August 1970 by Marvel
The Power of Ka-Zar!
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
Marie Severin
Ka-Zar; Zabu; Kraven
"The Power of Ka-Zar!" Kraven the Hunter sets his sights on capturing Zabu, knocking out Ka-Zar in the process and then returning to New York with Zabu as his captive.
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Story Title
The Power of Ka-Zar!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Marie Severin
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zabu; Kraven
Storyline
"The Power of Ka-Zar!" Kraven the Hunter sets his sights on capturing Zabu, knocking out Ka-Zar in the process and then returning to New York with Zabu as his captive.

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Story Title
Unto You Is Born... The Doomsman!
Script
Roy Thomas
Pencils
Wally Wood
Story Line
Prince Rudolfo tries to regain the throne of Latveria but Dr. Doom crushes his rebellion.
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Published October 1970 by Marvel
Frenzy On the Fortieth Floor!
Roy Thomas
Jack Kirby; Barry Windsor Smith?; Marie Severin?
John Buscema
Ka-Zar; Kraven; The Petrified Man (introduction); Zabu
"Frenzy On the Fortieth Floor!" Ka-Zar tracks down Kraven in New York and frees Zabu.
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Published October 1970 by Marvel

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Story Title
Frenzy On the Fortieth Floor!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Jack Kirby; Barry Windsor Smith?; Marie Severin?
Cover Art
John Buscema
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Kraven; The Petrified Man (introduction); Zabu
Storyline
"Frenzy On the Fortieth Floor!" Ka-Zar tracks down Kraven in New York and frees Zabu.

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Story Title
Revolution!
Script
Roy Thomas
Pencils
Wally Wood
Story Line
Prince Rudolfo escape's Doom's dungeons and leads another attack on the castle with the help of The Faceless One and the Doomsman.
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Published December 1970 by Marvel
Back To the Savage Land
Gerry Conway
Barry Windsor-Smith [as Barry Smith]
Marie Severin; John Romita (alterations)
Ka-Zar; Zaladane, Queen Priestess of Garokk, the Sun-God (introduction)(villain); Tongah (introduction); Petrified Man (origin); Zabu
"Back To the Savage Land" Ka-Zar and the Petrified Man return to the Savage Land where Zaladane, Queen Priestess of Garokk, the Sun-God has destroyed Tongah's village and killed his family. They arrive just in time to see Zaladane leading her people to attack the kingdom of the lizard-men.
Very Good+ 4.5

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Published December 1970 by Marvel

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Story Title
Back To the Savage Land
Writer
Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Barry Windsor-Smith [as Barry Smith]
Cover Art
Marie Severin; John Romita (alterations)
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zaladane, Queen Priestess of Garokk, the Sun-God (introduction)(villain); Tongah (introduction); Petrified Man (origin); Zabu
Storyline
"Back To the Savage Land" Ka-Zar and the Petrified Man return to the Savage Land where Zaladane, Queen Priestess of Garokk, the Sun-God has destroyed Tongah's village and killed his family. They arrive just in time to see Zaladane leading her people to attack the kingdom of the lizard-men.

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Story Title
Doom Must Die!
Script
Larry Lieber
Pencils
Wally Wood
Story Line
Doom fights agains The Faceless One and the Doomsman for control of Latveria.
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Published February 1971 by Marvel
The Sun God!
Gerry Conway [as Gerard Conway]
Barry Windsor-Smith [as Barry Smith]
John Buscema
Ka-Zar; Zaladane (villain); The Petrified Man; Zabu; Tongah; Garokk, the Sun God [formerly Petrified Man]; The Vala-Kuri (introduction)
"The Sun God!" The Petrified Man is turned into Garokk, the Sun God and he stops the attack on the Vala-Kuri by Zaladane and her people. Zaladane rejects Garokk and continues to attack Ka-Zar.
Very Good- 3.5

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Published February 1971 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Sun God!
Writer
Gerry Conway [as Gerard Conway]
Interior Art
Barry Windsor-Smith [as Barry Smith]
Cover Art
John Buscema
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zaladane (villain); The Petrified Man; Zabu; Tongah; Garokk, the Sun God [formerly Petrified Man]; The Vala-Kuri (introduction)
Storyline
"The Sun God!" The Petrified Man is turned into Garokk, the Sun God and he stops the attack on the Vala-Kuri by Zaladane and her people. Zaladane rejects Garokk and continues to attack Ka-Zar.

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Story Title
The Invaders!
Script
Larry Lieber
Pencils
Wally Wood
Story Line
After the failed revolution, Doom takes off to the French Riviera while his subjects rebuild his castle. This gives the Red Skull the chance to take over the country of Latveria.
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Published April 1971 by Marvel
Rampage!
Gerry Conway
Barry Windsor-Smith [as Barry Smith]
John Buscema; Marie Severin (alterations)
Ka-Zar; Garokk (Villain, Death); Zaladane (Villain, Death); Guardian of the Pool (Introduction, Death); Tongah; Zabu
"Rampage!" Ka-Zar is taken to the Pool that Garokk drank from that made him immortal. He is attacked by the Guardian of the Pool but he manages to defeat him and then cast Garokk into the Pool where he loses his immortality and dies.
Very Good+ 4.5

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Published April 1971 by Marvel

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Story Title
Rampage!
Writer
Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Barry Windsor-Smith [as Barry Smith]
Cover Art
John Buscema; Marie Severin (alterations)
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Garokk (Villain, Death); Zaladane (Villain, Death); Guardian of the Pool (Introduction, Death); Tongah; Zabu
Storyline
"Rampage!" Ka-Zar is taken to the Pool that Garokk drank from that made him immortal. He is attacked by the Guardian of the Pool but he manages to defeat him and then cast Garokk into the Pool where he loses his immortality and dies.

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Story Title
A Land Enslaved!
Script
Larry Lieber
Pencils
George Tuska
Story Line
Dr. Doom returns to Latveria and defeats Red Skull and his Exiles to regain his kingdom.
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Published June 1971 by Marvel
'Ware the Winds of Death!
Gerry Conway
Barry Windsor-Smith [as Barry Smith]
John Buscema
Ka-Zar; Zabu; Tongah; Damon (introduction, villain); Bobbi Morse (introduction, later the Huntress / Mockingbird, full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Lelania (introduction, death); Tatia (Tongah's sister, introduction); Emuel (Tongah's brother, introduction)
"'Ware the Winds of Death!" Introduction of Damon the Man-God and his subsequent attack on the Savage Land. Also introduces Bobbi Morse and Tongah's sister and brother, Tatia and Emuel.
Very Good- 3.5

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Published June 1971 by Marvel

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Story Title
'Ware the Winds of Death!
Writer
Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Barry Windsor-Smith [as Barry Smith]
Cover Art
John Buscema
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zabu; Tongah; Damon (introduction, villain); Bobbi Morse (introduction, later the Huntress / Mockingbird, full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Lelania (introduction, death); Tatia (Tongah's sister, introduction); Emuel (Tongah's brother, introduction)
Storyline
"'Ware the Winds of Death!" Introduction of Damon the Man-God and his subsequent attack on the Savage Land. Also introduces Bobbi Morse and Tongah's sister and brother, Tatia and Emuel.

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Story Title
The Tentacles of the Tyrant!
Script
Larry Lieber
Pencils
George Tuska
Story Line
Dr. Doom travels to Wakanda to steal Vibranium.
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Published August 1971 by Marvel
Deluge!
Roy Thomas
Herb Trimpe
Herb Trimpe (signed)
Ka-Zar; Zabu; Tongah; Damon (villain); (Barbara) Bobbi Morse (full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Tatia (merges with Lelania); Emuel; Lelania (resurrected in Tatia's body)
"Deluge!" The battle with Damon ends when Lelania takes over Tatia's body and takes Damon away.
Very Good+ 4.5

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Published August 1971 by Marvel

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Story Title
Deluge!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Herb Trimpe
Cover Art
Herb Trimpe (signed)
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zabu; Tongah; Damon (villain); (Barbara) Bobbi Morse (full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Tatia (merges with Lelania); Emuel; Lelania (resurrected in Tatia's body)
Storyline
"Deluge!" The battle with Damon ends when Lelania takes over Tatia's body and takes Damon away.

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Story Title
...And If I Be Called Traitor--!
Script
Gerry Conway
Pencils
Gene Colan
Story Line
Black Panther escapes from Dr. Doom and stops his plans to steal Vibranium from Wakanda.
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Published October 1971 by Marvel
The Battle of New Britannia!
Roy Thomas; Gary Friedrich
Herb Trimpe
Marie Severin
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse (full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Germans of Lost Lake (introduction, villain); British of New Brittannia (introduction); Paul Allen (introduction, full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Wilhelm (New Britannian); Reggie (New Britannian)
"The Battle of New Britannia!" While flying to see Ka-Zar in the Savage Land Barbara Morris and Paul Allen crash, with Paul being saved by Ka-Zar and Barbara being rescued by the British of New Britannia. Ka-Zar and Paul don't know that Barbara has been saved so they venture into the Lost Lake to save her.
Very Good- 3.5

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Published October 1971 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Battle of New Britannia!
Writer
Roy Thomas; Gary Friedrich
Interior Art
Herb Trimpe
Cover Art
Marie Severin
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse (full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Germans of Lost Lake (introduction, villain); British of New Brittannia (introduction); Paul Allen (introduction, full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Wilhelm (New Britannian); Reggie (New Britannian)
Storyline
"The Battle of New Britannia!" While flying to see Ka-Zar in the Savage Land Barbara Morris and Paul Allen crash, with Paul being saved by Ka-Zar and Barbara being rescued by the British of New Britannia. Ka-Zar and Paul don't know that Barbara has been saved so they venture into the Lost Lake to save her.

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Story Title
This Badge Bedeviled!
Script
Len Wein; Mike Friedrich (Plot)
Pencils
George Tuska
Story Line
While Damian Link is trying to stop a robbery he and his twin brother Joshua Link are somehow linked together by experimental rays. Later when his gang tries to kill him Joshua is able to summon Damian to help him. While helping Joshua Damian finds himself with new powers when Joshua's energy enters his body.

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Story Title
...Though Some Call It Magic!
Script
Gerry Conway
Pencils
Gene Colan
Story Line
Doctor Doom fights a creature of Satan's choice for the soul of his mother.
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Published December 1971 by Marvel
The Legend of the Lizard Men!
Stan Lee
John Buscema
Gil Kane
Ka-zar; Iranda (Villain, Introduction, Death); Lizard Men (Introduction); Zabu; Lowani
"The Legend of the Lizard Men!" When Ka-Zar goes in search of missing women and men from a local village, he finds the woman, Iranda and the Lizard Men. She takes him to her castle where he sees one of the missing women. When he tries to rescue her, the Lizard Men attack him. He is barely able to escape but when he does, he takes Iranda's crown with him. With her crown gone, at moonrise her enchantment wears off and she becomes a Lizard being. After she dies, her enchantments fade and the Lizard Men turn back into the missing warriors from the village.
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Published December 1971 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Legend of the Lizard Men!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
John Buscema
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Character Appearances
Ka-zar; Iranda (Villain, Introduction, Death); Lizard Men (Introduction); Zabu; Lowani
Storyline
"The Legend of the Lizard Men!" When Ka-Zar goes in search of missing women and men from a local village, he finds the woman, Iranda and the Lizard Men. She takes him to her castle where he sees one of the missing women. When he tries to rescue her, the Lizard Men attack him. He is barely able to escape but when he does, he takes Iranda's crown with him. With her crown gone, at moonrise her enchantment wears off and she becomes a Lizard being. After she dies, her enchantments fade and the Lizard Men turn back into the missing warriors from the village.

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Story Title
Tom-Toms of Danger!
Script
Don Rico
Pencils
Jay Scott Pike
Story Line
Moki uses the sound of Tom-Tom's to drive all of the Gabu into a war frenzy so that he can take over the jungle.

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Story Title
The Green Opal!
Script
Don Rico
Pencils
Jay Scott Pike
Story Line
Alexei and Subu surrender when The Green Opal warns them that if they don't stop abusing it's name and power it will pursue them to the ends of the earth.
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Published February 1972 by Marvel
To End In Flame!
Roy Thomas; Gerry Conway
Barry Windsor-Smith [as Barry Smith]
Gil Kane; John Romita (alterations)
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse (full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Germans of Lost Lake (villains); Heinrich Draco (introduction, death); Paul Allen (full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Heida; Gerhad Draco; Captain Christopher (introduction, death); Jonathan Christopher
"To End In Flame!" Ka-Zar uncovers the truth that Heinrich Draco and Captain Christopher, the leaders of the two warring factions in New Britannia, know that the war is over and are prolonging it for their own reasons. He and Zabu manage to stop the two when they try to blow up the Savage Land by dropping a bomb into a volcano.
Fine/Very Fine 7.0

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Published February 1972 by Marvel

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Story Title
To End In Flame!
Writer
Roy Thomas; Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Barry Windsor-Smith [as Barry Smith]
Cover Art
Gil Kane; John Romita (alterations)
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse (full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Germans of Lost Lake (villains); Heinrich Draco (introduction, death); Paul Allen (full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Heida; Gerhad Draco; Captain Christopher (introduction, death); Jonathan Christopher
Storyline
"To End In Flame!" Ka-Zar uncovers the truth that Heinrich Draco and Captain Christopher, the leaders of the two warring factions in New Britannia, know that the war is over and are prolonging it for their own reasons. He and Zabu manage to stop the two when they try to blow up the Savage Land by dropping a bomb into a volcano.
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Published April 1972 by Marvel
A Day of Tigers!
Roy Thomas
Gil Kane
Gil Kane
Ka-Zar (origin, told in detail); Zabu (origin, told in detail); Parnival Plunder (Ka-Zar's brother, flashback); Lord Plunder (Ka-Zar's father, death, flashback); Maa-Gor (origin, villain, flashback); (Barbara) Bobbi Morse (full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Paul Allen (full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Spassky; Willis; Swamp Men of the Savage Land (flashback)
"A Day of Tigers!" The origin of Ka-Zar and Zabu, including the tale of Lord Plunder's first visit to the Savage Land.
Fine/Very Fine 7.0

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Published April 1972 by Marvel

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Story Title
A Day of Tigers!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Gil Kane
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar (origin, told in detail); Zabu (origin, told in detail); Parnival Plunder (Ka-Zar's brother, flashback); Lord Plunder (Ka-Zar's father, death, flashback); Maa-Gor (origin, villain, flashback); (Barbara) Bobbi Morse (full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Paul Allen (full name not revealed until Astonishing Tales #12); Spassky; Willis; Swamp Men of the Savage Land (flashback)
Storyline
"A Day of Tigers!" The origin of Ka-Zar and Zabu, including the tale of Lord Plunder's first visit to the Savage Land.
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Published June 1972 by Marvel
Terror Stalks the Everglades!
Roy Thomas (pages 1-9, 17-21); Len Wein (pages 10-16)
John Buscema (pages 1-9, 17-21); Neal Adams (pages 10-16); John Romita (alterations; see notes)
John Buscema
Ka-Zar; Zabu; Man-Thing (origin); A.I.M. (villain); (Barbara) Bobbi Morse; Paul Allen; Dr. Wilma Calvin (introduction); Dr. Wendell (introduction); Ted Sallis (flashback); Ellen Brandt (flashback)
"Terror Stalks the Everglades!" Ka-Zar and Zabu fly to the Everglades to help Barbara Morse and Paul Allen search for Ted Sallis. Once there they encounter the Man-Thing and AIM agents. Also, the back story of how Dr Calvin was shot after the origin tale of Man-Thing in Savage Tales #1 is told.
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Story Title
Terror Stalks the Everglades!
Writer
Roy Thomas (pages 1-9, 17-21); Len Wein (pages 10-16)
Interior Art
John Buscema (pages 1-9, 17-21); Neal Adams (pages 10-16); John Romita (alterations; see notes)
Cover Art
John Buscema
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zabu; Man-Thing (origin); A.I.M. (villain); (Barbara) Bobbi Morse; Paul Allen; Dr. Wilma Calvin (introduction); Dr. Wendell (introduction); Ted Sallis (flashback); Ellen Brandt (flashback)
Storyline
"Terror Stalks the Everglades!" Ka-Zar and Zabu fly to the Everglades to help Barbara Morse and Paul Allen search for Ted Sallis. Once there they encounter the Man-Thing and AIM agents. Also, the back story of how Dr Calvin was shot after the origin tale of Man-Thing in Savage Tales #1 is told.
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Published August 1972 by Marvel
Man-Thing!
Roy Thomas
Rich Buckler (pages 1-6); John Buscema (pages 7-20)
Rich Buckler (signed)
Ka-Zar; Zabu; Man-Thing; A.I.M. (villain); (Barbara) Bobbi Morse; Paul Allen (revealed as an Agent of A.I.M., death); Dr. Wilma Calvin; Dr. Wendell (death); R-17 (death); Q-5; T-14; Willie
"Man-Thing!" Ka-Zar (with the help of AIM) manages to capture the Man-Thing and he is transported to the lab. He escapes and follows Ka-Zar and Barbara Morris when they go searching for the kidnapped Dr. Calvin. They find and save Dr. Calvin but the traitorous Paul Allen is killed by the Man-Thing.
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Story Title
Man-Thing!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Rich Buckler (pages 1-6); John Buscema (pages 7-20)
Cover Art
Rich Buckler (signed)
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zabu; Man-Thing; A.I.M. (villain); (Barbara) Bobbi Morse; Paul Allen (revealed as an Agent of A.I.M., death); Dr. Wilma Calvin; Dr. Wendell (death); R-17 (death); Q-5; T-14; Willie
Storyline
"Man-Thing!" Ka-Zar (with the help of AIM) manages to capture the Man-Thing and he is transported to the lab. He escapes and follows Ka-Zar and Barbara Morris when they go searching for the kidnapped Dr. Calvin. They find and save Dr. Calvin but the traitorous Paul Allen is killed by the Man-Thing.
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Published October 1972 by Marvel
The Night of the Looter!
Stan Lee
John Buscema
Gil Kane (signed)
Ka-Zar; Zabu; Carla (Introduction, Villain, Death); Ralph (Introduction, Villain); Swamp Men
"The Night of the Looter!" Carla and Ralph come to the Savage Land with a Swamp Tank to steal Ka-Zar's vibranium, but when they force him to open the door to where it is stored the vibranium destroys the tank. Carla is carried off and killed by the Swamp Men when Ralph is not able to save her because the gun he was using only had blanks due to Carla replacing the bullets with blanks in an effort to get Ralph killed.
Fine/Very Fine 7.0

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Story Title
The Night of the Looter!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
John Buscema
Cover Art
Gil Kane (signed)
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zabu; Carla (Introduction, Villain, Death); Ralph (Introduction, Villain); Swamp Men
Storyline
"The Night of the Looter!" Carla and Ralph come to the Savage Land with a Swamp Tank to steal Ka-Zar's vibranium, but when they force him to open the door to where it is stored the vibranium destroys the tank. Carla is carried off and killed by the Swamp Men when Ralph is not able to save her because the gun he was using only had blanks due to Carla replacing the bullets with blanks in an effort to get Ralph killed.

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Story Title
Jungle Fever!
Script
Don Rico
Pencils
Jay Scott Pike
Story Line
Jann goes deep into the swampland to get the rare red orchid for Pat Mahoney to photograph, unfortunately, the smell of this orchid causes a fever in Jann's jungle friends so she has to go even deeper into the swampland to find the rare black orchid which can cure the fever. She finds it but has to fight off dinosaurs and a living wall of thorns to get it. She is almost trapped by the wall of thorns but her jungle friends, who had followed her into the swampland, save her after they are cured by her bringing the rare black orchid near them.
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Published December 1972 by Marvel
...And Who Will Call Him Savage?
Mike Friedrich
Gil Kane
Gil Kane
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse; Dr. Wilma Calvin; The Pusher (introduction, villain); Vinnie [Percy Ronald Calvin]; "Scratch" Riker (death); Bee-Jay; Rufus; Jazz; Doctor Wallace; Man-Thing (flashback); Paul Allen (flashback); A.I.M. (flashback);
"...And Who Will Call Him Savage?" While pledged to watch over Dr. Calvin until she is healed Ka-Zar finds himself stuck in the city. He rescues a pusher from an attack and ends up involved in a turf war. When The Pusher attempts to kidnap Dr. Calvin he stops him and his men but Dr. Calvin has a relapse. Later it turns out that one of the men he took to the police is Dr. Calvin's son.
Very Fine- 7.5

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Published December 1972 by Marvel

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Story Title
...And Who Will Call Him Savage?
Writer
Mike Friedrich
Interior Art
Gil Kane
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse; Dr. Wilma Calvin; The Pusher (introduction, villain); Vinnie [Percy Ronald Calvin]; "Scratch" Riker (death); Bee-Jay; Rufus; Jazz; Doctor Wallace; Man-Thing (flashback); Paul Allen (flashback); A.I.M. (flashback);
Storyline
"...And Who Will Call Him Savage?" While pledged to watch over Dr. Calvin until she is healed Ka-Zar finds himself stuck in the city. He rescues a pusher from an attack and ends up involved in a turf war. When The Pusher attempts to kidnap Dr. Calvin he stops him and his men but Dr. Calvin has a relapse. Later it turns out that one of the men he took to the police is Dr. Calvin's son.
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Published February 1973 by Marvel
To Stalk a City!
Mike Friedrich
Rich Buckler (pages 1-15); John Buscema [uncredited] (pages 16-31)
Jim Starlin; Gil Kane (see notes)
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse; Dr. Wilma Calvin; The Pusher (villain); Vinnie [Percy Ronald Calvin]; Quinn; Jackers; Henry Calvin (flashback, dead); Frank
"To Stalk a City!" Ka-Zar defeats The Pusher and helps to save Vinnie's life. Dr. Calvin wakes up and is relieved to find out that her son is with her and is a hero.
Fine 6.0

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Published February 1973 by Marvel

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Story Title
To Stalk a City!
Writer
Mike Friedrich
Interior Art
Rich Buckler (pages 1-15); John Buscema [uncredited] (pages 16-31)
Cover Art
Jim Starlin; Gil Kane (see notes)
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse; Dr. Wilma Calvin; The Pusher (villain); Vinnie [Percy Ronald Calvin]; Quinn; Jackers; Henry Calvin (flashback, dead); Frank
Storyline
"To Stalk a City!" Ka-Zar defeats The Pusher and helps to save Vinnie's life. Dr. Calvin wakes up and is relieved to find out that her son is with her and is a hero.
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Published April 1973 by Marvel
Target: Ka-Zar!
Mike Friedrich
Dan Adkins
Dan Adkins (signed)
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse; Dr. Wilma Calvin; Gemini [Damian Link with Joshua Link's mind controlling](villain, origin retold); Nick Fury; Damian Link; Joshua "Whitey" Link; Sparky; Dukes; The Pusher; Mel Hawkins; Zack Brewer; Parnival Plunder [Plunderer]; Gog
"Target: Ka-Zar!" While on board the SHIELD helicarrier Ka-Zar sees Gemini steal the super-soldier serum from Dr. Wilma Calvin. He pursues Gemini and ends up finding out that Gemini was working with his brother Lord Plunder (and Gog).
Very Fine+ 8.5

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Very Fine- 7.5

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Story Title
Target: Ka-Zar!
Writer
Mike Friedrich
Interior Art
Dan Adkins
Cover Art
Dan Adkins (signed)
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse; Dr. Wilma Calvin; Gemini [Damian Link with Joshua Link's mind controlling](villain, origin retold); Nick Fury; Damian Link; Joshua "Whitey" Link; Sparky; Dukes; The Pusher; Mel Hawkins; Zack Brewer; Parnival Plunder [Plunderer]; Gog
Storyline
"Target: Ka-Zar!" While on board the SHIELD helicarrier Ka-Zar sees Gemini steal the super-soldier serum from Dr. Wilma Calvin. He pursues Gemini and ends up finding out that Gemini was working with his brother Lord Plunder (and Gog).
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Published June 1973 by Marvel
Gog Cometh!
Mike Friedrich
Dan Adkins
John Romita
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse (Agent 19 of S.H.I.E.L.D.); Gemini [Damian Link with Joshua Link's mind controlling] (villain); Lord Parnival Plunder [Plunderer] (villain); Gog; Victor Conrad [Victorius] (introduction); Nick Fury; AIM; Spider-Man (cameo); Captain America [Steve Rogers] (cameo); Man-Thing (flashback); Ted Sallis (flashback)
"Gog Cometh!" Ka-Zar manages to get the super-soldier serum back from Gemini. Gog uses his alien powers to transport himself away while Gemini and Lord Plunder escape. Professor Victor Conrad takes the original super-soldier serum when SHIELD attempts to destroy his lab and the formula and finds himself transformed into Victorius.
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Story Title
Gog Cometh!
Writer
Mike Friedrich
Interior Art
Dan Adkins
Cover Art
John Romita
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse (Agent 19 of S.H.I.E.L.D.); Gemini [Damian Link with Joshua Link's mind controlling] (villain); Lord Parnival Plunder [Plunderer] (villain); Gog; Victor Conrad [Victorius] (introduction); Nick Fury; AIM; Spider-Man (cameo); Captain America [Steve Rogers] (cameo); Man-Thing (flashback); Ted Sallis (flashback)
Storyline
"Gog Cometh!" Ka-Zar manages to get the super-soldier serum back from Gemini. Gog uses his alien powers to transport himself away while Gemini and Lord Plunder escape. Professor Victor Conrad takes the original super-soldier serum when SHIELD attempts to destroy his lab and the formula and finds himself transformed into Victorius.
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Published August 1973 by Marvel
...And Men Shall Name Him--Victorius!
Mike Friedrich
Dan Adkins (pages 1-15); Jim Starlin (pages 16-19)
John Romita
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse; Victorius [Professor Victor Conrad] (villain); Gemini [Damian Link with Joshua Link's mind controlling] (villain); Lord Parnival Plunder [Plunderer](villain); A.I.M.; Nick Fury; Gog (flashback)
"...And Men Shall Name Him--Victorius!" Victorius kidnaps Bobbi Morse and takes her to his AIM fortress. Nick Fury gives Ka-Zar the super-soldier serum and sends him after them. When Ka-Zar arrives he throws away the super-soldier serum before going in to face Victorius. Ka-Zar defeats Gemini and Lord Plunder and battles Victorius to a standstill as Bobbi goes outside to look for the serum.
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Story Title
...And Men Shall Name Him--Victorius!
Writer
Mike Friedrich
Interior Art
Dan Adkins (pages 1-15); Jim Starlin (pages 16-19)
Cover Art
John Romita
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse; Victorius [Professor Victor Conrad] (villain); Gemini [Damian Link with Joshua Link's mind controlling] (villain); Lord Parnival Plunder [Plunderer](villain); A.I.M.; Nick Fury; Gog (flashback)
Storyline
"...And Men Shall Name Him--Victorius!" Victorius kidnaps Bobbi Morse and takes her to his AIM fortress. Nick Fury gives Ka-Zar the super-soldier serum and sends him after them. When Ka-Zar arrives he throws away the super-soldier serum before going in to face Victorius. Ka-Zar defeats Gemini and Lord Plunder and battles Victorius to a standstill as Bobbi goes outside to look for the serum.
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Published October 1973 by Marvel
The Final Battle!
Mike Friedrich
Marie Severin; Werner Roth (see notes)
John Romita
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse; Victorius [Professor Victor Conrad] (origin, villain); Gemini [Damian Link with Joshua Link's mind controlling] (villain); Lord Parnival Plunder [Plunderer] (villain); A.I.M.; Nick Fury; Professor Victor Conrad (flashback); Dr. Wilma Calvin; Damian Link; Joshua "Whitey" Link
"The Final Battle!" The fight between Ka-Zar and Victorius continues with Victorius momentarily stopping Ka-Zar. Zabu distracts Victorius until Ka-Zar recovers. Ka-Zar again refuses to take the super-soldier serum, this time destroying it. He then defeats Victorius. Professor Wilma Conrad refuses to make another batch of the super-soldier serum. Ka-Zar leaves Barbara Morse to return to the Savage Land.
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Story Title
The Final Battle!
Writer
Mike Friedrich
Interior Art
Marie Severin; Werner Roth (see notes)
Cover Art
John Romita
Character Appearances
Ka-Zar; Zabu; (Barbara) Bobbi Morse; Victorius [Professor Victor Conrad] (origin, villain); Gemini [Damian Link with Joshua Link's mind controlling] (villain); Lord Parnival Plunder [Plunderer] (villain); A.I.M.; Nick Fury; Professor Victor Conrad (flashback); Dr. Wilma Calvin; Damian Link; Joshua "Whitey" Link
Storyline
"The Final Battle!" The fight between Ka-Zar and Victorius continues with Victorius momentarily stopping Ka-Zar. Zabu distracts Victorius until Ka-Zar recovers. Ka-Zar again refuses to take the super-soldier serum, this time destroying it. He then defeats Victorius. Professor Wilma Conrad refuses to make another batch of the super-soldier serum. Ka-Zar leaves Barbara Morse to return to the Savage Land.
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Published December 1973 by Marvel
It!
Tony Isabella
Dick Ayers
Gil Kane
It, the Living Colossus; Dr. Aloysius Vault (First Appearance; Villain); Bob O'Bryan; Dorian Delazny (Introduction); Diane Cummings; Grant Marshall; Dr. Braun (Introduction); Daniel; a Gargoyle creature from Stonus Five (named in the next issue)
"It!" Bob O'Bryan is a successful special effects man whose legs are broken by a vengeful actor on his series. He then finds that he can take over the body of It, the Living Colossus when it is kidnapped from his set by Dr. Vault, however, there is a time limit to how long he can control the body.
Fine/Very Fine 7.0

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Story Title
It!
Writer
Tony Isabella
Interior Art
Dick Ayers
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Character Appearances
It, the Living Colossus; Dr. Aloysius Vault (First Appearance; Villain); Bob O'Bryan; Dorian Delazny (Introduction); Diane Cummings; Grant Marshall; Dr. Braun (Introduction); Daniel; a Gargoyle creature from Stonus Five (named in the next issue)
Storyline
"It!" Bob O'Bryan is a successful special effects man whose legs are broken by a vengeful actor on his series. He then finds that he can take over the body of It, the Living Colossus when it is kidnapped from his set by Dr. Vault, however, there is a time limit to how long he can control the body.

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Story Title
The Man Who Captured Death!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Steve Ditko (signed)
Story Line
A dying man traps Death to save himself but soon finds that Death actually brings peace to things and is needed to keep things running smoothly.
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Published February 1974 by Marvel
...We, the Gargoyles!
Tony Isabella
Dick Ayers; Jack Kirby (see notes)
John Romita
It, the Living Colossus; Bob O'Bryan; Granitor, Lord of the Gargoyles; Dorian Delazny; Crustor (Introduction); Magnor (Introduction); Diane Cummings; Grant Marshall; Strator; David Hartnell (Flashback, from Strange Tales (Marvel, 1951 series) #74); Prince Gorgolla (Flashback, from Strange Tales #74); Gargoyles of Stonus Five
"...We, the Gargoyles!" Lord Granitor (father of Prince Gorgolla from Strange Tales #74) is finally able to leave Stonus Five and go to conquer Earth. Magnor, who is among a rebel group of Gargoyles on earth, warns Bob O'Bryan of the coming invasion. Bob takes over the body of It, the Living Colossus to try to stop Lord Granitor but is ultimately unable to stop him from leaving with Diane as his hostage.
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Story Title
...We, the Gargoyles!
Writer
Tony Isabella
Interior Art
Dick Ayers; Jack Kirby (see notes)
Cover Art
John Romita
Character Appearances
It, the Living Colossus; Bob O'Bryan; Granitor, Lord of the Gargoyles; Dorian Delazny; Crustor (Introduction); Magnor (Introduction); Diane Cummings; Grant Marshall; Strator; David Hartnell (Flashback, from Strange Tales (Marvel, 1951 series) #74); Prince Gorgolla (Flashback, from Strange Tales #74); Gargoyles of Stonus Five
Storyline
"...We, the Gargoyles!" Lord Granitor (father of Prince Gorgolla from Strange Tales #74) is finally able to leave Stonus Five and go to conquer Earth. Magnor, who is among a rebel group of Gargoyles on earth, warns Bob O'Bryan of the coming invasion. Bob takes over the body of It, the Living Colossus to try to stop Lord Granitor but is ultimately unable to stop him from leaving with Diane as his hostage.
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Published April 1974 by Marvel
Conquerors Three!
Tony Isabella
Dick Ayers; Jack Kirby (see notes)
Gil Kane
It, the Living Colossus; Bob O'Bryan; Lord Granitor (Destroyed?); Fin Fang Foom; Dr. Vault; Dr. Braun; Freddy; Susan; Duffy; Grant Marshall; Dorian Delazny; Felix Simon (Introduction); Diane Cummings; Magnor; Sgt. Patten; Gargoyles of Stonus Five
"Conquerors Three!" Dr. Vault uses his power to summon Fin Fang Foom to defeat It and take over his body. Bob O'Bryan is able to again take control over It's body, and he along with Fin Fang Foom (who has shaken off Dr. Vault's control) battle Lord Granitor to save earth. O'Bryan appears to be dead when his mind enters It, is driven to the hospital by Felix. When Lord Granitor uses his transportation device to try to escape It destroys the device and Lord Granitor. Dr. Vault takes control of Fin Fang Foom again and O'Bryan is declared dead at the hospital.
Very Fine 8.0

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Story Title
Conquerors Three!
Writer
Tony Isabella
Interior Art
Dick Ayers; Jack Kirby (see notes)
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Character Appearances
It, the Living Colossus; Bob O'Bryan; Lord Granitor (Destroyed?); Fin Fang Foom; Dr. Vault; Dr. Braun; Freddy; Susan; Duffy; Grant Marshall; Dorian Delazny; Felix Simon (Introduction); Diane Cummings; Magnor; Sgt. Patten; Gargoyles of Stonus Five
Storyline
"Conquerors Three!" Dr. Vault uses his power to summon Fin Fang Foom to defeat It and take over his body. Bob O'Bryan is able to again take control over It's body, and he along with Fin Fang Foom (who has shaken off Dr. Vault's control) battle Lord Granitor to save earth. O'Bryan appears to be dead when his mind enters It, is driven to the hospital by Felix. When Lord Granitor uses his transportation device to try to escape It destroys the device and Lord Granitor. Dr. Vault takes control of Fin Fang Foom again and O'Bryan is declared dead at the hospital.
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Published June 1974 by Marvel
Five Claws of Death!
Tony Isabella
Dick Ayers; Larry Lieber; Jack Kirby; Gil Kane (see notes)
Larry Lieber
It, the Living Colossus; Fin Fang Foom; Bob O'Bryan; Dr. Vault [Aloysisus Vault] (Villain); Diane Cummings; Dr Braun (Death); Felix Simon; Dorian Delazny; Grant Marshall
"Five Claws of Death!" Fin Fang Foom is again controlled by Dr. Vault and he attacks It forcing him to slip away before he is defeated. Bob O'Bryan then sends his mind back to his body where he wakes up before they can perform an autopsy on him. Dr. Vault uses Fin Fang Foom to draw It out of hiding but before they can finish their fight some live wires are knocked into Fin Fang Foom breaking Dr. Vault's control. He shakes hands with It and leaves. Dr. Vault kills Dr. Braun for his insolence while Fin Fang Foom swims away.
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Story Title
Five Claws of Death!
Writer
Tony Isabella
Interior Art
Dick Ayers; Larry Lieber; Jack Kirby; Gil Kane (see notes)
Cover Art
Larry Lieber
Character Appearances
It, the Living Colossus; Fin Fang Foom; Bob O'Bryan; Dr. Vault [Aloysisus Vault] (Villain); Diane Cummings; Dr Braun (Death); Felix Simon; Dorian Delazny; Grant Marshall
Storyline
"Five Claws of Death!" Fin Fang Foom is again controlled by Dr. Vault and he attacks It forcing him to slip away before he is defeated. Bob O'Bryan then sends his mind back to his body where he wakes up before they can perform an autopsy on him. Dr. Vault uses Fin Fang Foom to draw It out of hiding but before they can finish their fight some live wires are knocked into Fin Fang Foom breaking Dr. Vault's control. He shakes hands with It and leaves. Dr. Vault kills Dr. Braun for his insolence while Fin Fang Foom swims away.
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Published August 1974 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Deathlok

A Cold Knight's Frenzy
Rich Buckler (Plot; Concept); Doug Moench (Script)
Rich Buckler
Rich Buckler (signed)
Deathlok [Luther Manning] (Introduction; Origin); Major Simon Riker (Villain; Introduction); Curtis Giles (Death); Wilkins; Jim; Nina; Julian Biggs (Destroyed)
"A Cold Knight's Frenzy" Deathlok is shown to be a robot with a human mind that has the ability to override it's programming. Deathlok has a flashback showing that his old army buddy Major Simon Riker is responsible for his creation. The conclusion of the story reveals that Simon Riker is also a cyborg.
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First Appearance of Deathlok

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Story Title
A Cold Knight's Frenzy
Writer
Rich Buckler (Plot; Concept); Doug Moench (Script)
Interior Art
Rich Buckler
Cover Art
Rich Buckler (signed)
Character Appearances
Deathlok [Luther Manning] (Introduction; Origin); Major Simon Riker (Villain; Introduction); Curtis Giles (Death); Wilkins; Jim; Nina; Julian Biggs (Destroyed)
Storyline
"A Cold Knight's Frenzy" Deathlok is shown to be a robot with a human mind that has the ability to override it's programming. Deathlok has a flashback showing that his old army buddy Major Simon Riker is responsible for his creation. The conclusion of the story reveals that Simon Riker is also a cyborg.

Other Story

Script
Doug Moench
Pencils
George Perez
Story Line
A satire on how the Deathlok character was developed.
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Published October 1974 by Marvel
The Enemy: Us!
Rich Buckler (Concept; Plot); Doug Moench (Plot; Script)
Rich Buckler
Rich Buckler (signed)
Deathlok [Luther Manning]; Peters; Mike Travers (Introduction); Major Simon Ryker (Villain); The War-Wolf [Mike Travers]
"The Enemy: Us!" Deathlok goes on a mission to rescue Mike Travers (an old army buddy) from Major Simon Ryker. He manages to extract Mike but he is recaptured by Major Ryker's men. When Deathlok goes after Mike again he encounters the War-Wolf, who Major Ryker says is Mike's mind in a cyborg body.
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Story Title
The Enemy: Us!
Writer
Rich Buckler (Concept; Plot); Doug Moench (Plot; Script)
Interior Art
Rich Buckler
Cover Art
Rich Buckler (signed)
Character Appearances
Deathlok [Luther Manning]; Peters; Mike Travers (Introduction); Major Simon Ryker (Villain); The War-Wolf [Mike Travers]
Storyline
"The Enemy: Us!" Deathlok goes on a mission to rescue Mike Travers (an old army buddy) from Major Simon Ryker. He manages to extract Mike but he is recaptured by Major Ryker's men. When Deathlok goes after Mike again he encounters the War-Wolf, who Major Ryker says is Mike's mind in a cyborg body.
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Published December 1974 by Marvel
Dead Reckoning!
Rich Buckler (Concept; Plot; Script); Doug Moench (Plot)
Rich Buckler
Rich Buckler
Deathlok [Luther Manning] Janice Manning (Introduction; Deathlok's wife); ? Manning (Introduction; Deathok's son); War-Wolf (Villain; Death); Major Simon Ryker (Villain); Mike Travers (Flashback); Luther Manning (Flashback); Captain Simon Ryker (Flashback); Nina
"Dead Reckoning!" Deathlok fights the War-Wolf, but he holds back because he believes that Mike Travers mind is in the War-Wolf's body. Only after Major Stryker tells him that Mike died on the operating table (not true) does he fight for keeps and defeat the War-Wolf. He is severely damaged during the fight and goes to see his wife, who is hysterical when she sees him for the first time. He then finds out that he has a son.
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Story Title
Dead Reckoning!
Writer
Rich Buckler (Concept; Plot; Script); Doug Moench (Plot)
Interior Art
Rich Buckler
Cover Art
Rich Buckler
Character Appearances
Deathlok [Luther Manning] Janice Manning (Introduction; Deathlok's wife); ? Manning (Introduction; Deathok's son); War-Wolf (Villain; Death); Major Simon Ryker (Villain); Mike Travers (Flashback); Luther Manning (Flashback); Captain Simon Ryker (Flashback); Nina
Storyline
"Dead Reckoning!" Deathlok fights the War-Wolf, but he holds back because he believes that Mike Travers mind is in the War-Wolf's body. Only after Major Stryker tells him that Mike died on the operating table (not true) does he fight for keeps and defeat the War-Wolf. He is severely damaged during the fight and goes to see his wife, who is hysterical when she sees him for the first time. He then finds out that he has a son.
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Published February 1975 by Marvel
Five To One, Deathlok...One In Five...No One Here Gets Out Alive!
Rich Buckler
Rich Buckler
Rich Buckler (signed)
Deathlok [Luther Manning]; Major Simon Ryker (Villain); Nina; Janice Manning (Flashback); Mike Travers; Linc Shane (Introduction, named in next issue)
"Five To One, Deathlok...One In Five...No One Here Gets Out Alive!" Deathlok wanders off from his home with no particular plan except to find Major Simon Ryker and kill him. In the meantime Major Ryker sends his men and a super-tank powered by Nina's mind functioning in rapport with his omni-computer to intercept and kill him. The story ends in a face-off of these forces.
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Story Title
Five To One, Deathlok...One In Five...No One Here Gets Out Alive!
Writer
Rich Buckler
Interior Art
Rich Buckler
Cover Art
Rich Buckler (signed)
Character Appearances
Deathlok [Luther Manning]; Major Simon Ryker (Villain); Nina; Janice Manning (Flashback); Mike Travers; Linc Shane (Introduction, named in next issue)
Storyline
"Five To One, Deathlok...One In Five...No One Here Gets Out Alive!" Deathlok wanders off from his home with no particular plan except to find Major Simon Ryker and kill him. In the meantime Major Ryker sends his men and a super-tank powered by Nina's mind functioning in rapport with his omni-computer to intercept and kill him. The story ends in a face-off of these forces.
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Published April 1975 by Marvel
Earth Shall Overcome
Arnold Drake
Gene Colan
Gene Colan
Guardians of the Galaxy [Vance Astro; Charlie-27; Martinex; Yondu]
"Earth Shall Overcome"
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Story Title
Earth Shall Overcome
Writer
Arnold Drake
Interior Art
Gene Colan
Cover Art
Gene Colan
Character Appearances
Guardians of the Galaxy [Vance Astro; Charlie-27; Martinex; Yondu]
Storyline
"Earth Shall Overcome"
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Published June 1975 by Marvel
The Soft Parade...of Slow, Sliding Death!
Rich Buckler (Script, pages 1-3; Plot); Doug Moench (Script, pages 4-18)
Rich Buckler; Keith Pollard; Arvell Jones
Rich Buckler (signed)
Deathlok [Luther Manning]; Major Simon Ryker (Villain); Linc Shane (Death); Mike Travers; Nina
"The Soft Parade...of Slow, Sliding Death!" Deathlok continues to kill Ryker's men chasing him and destroys the super tank powered by Nina's mind. Mike Travers escapes from his cell and sets off to find Deathlok.
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Story Title
The Soft Parade...of Slow, Sliding Death!
Writer
Rich Buckler (Script, pages 1-3; Plot); Doug Moench (Script, pages 4-18)
Interior Art
Rich Buckler; Keith Pollard; Arvell Jones
Cover Art
Rich Buckler (signed)
Character Appearances
Deathlok [Luther Manning]; Major Simon Ryker (Villain); Linc Shane (Death); Mike Travers; Nina
Storyline
"The Soft Parade...of Slow, Sliding Death!" Deathlok continues to kill Ryker's men chasing him and destroys the super tank powered by Nina's mind. Mike Travers escapes from his cell and sets off to find Deathlok.
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Published August 1975 by Marvel
Twice Removed From Yesterday...
Rich Buckler (Plot); Doug Moench
Rich Buckler (Layouts); Keith Pollard
Ed Hannigan (signed)
Deathlok; Major Simon Ryker (Villain); Mike Travers; Summers (Death)
"Twice Removed From Yesterday..." Mike Travers catches up to Deathlok who finds out that Mike had married his wife six months ago. Deathlok spares his life because he had saved his and then comes across a mobster that he hopes will lead him to the surgeon that made him into a cyborg, but the mobster manages to get into a helicopter before Deathlok can stop him.
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Story Title
Twice Removed From Yesterday...
Writer
Rich Buckler (Plot); Doug Moench
Interior Art
Rich Buckler (Layouts); Keith Pollard
Cover Art
Ed Hannigan (signed)
Character Appearances
Deathlok; Major Simon Ryker (Villain); Mike Travers; Summers (Death)
Storyline
"Twice Removed From Yesterday..." Mike Travers catches up to Deathlok who finds out that Mike had married his wife six months ago. Deathlok spares his life because he had saved his and then comes across a mobster that he hopes will lead him to the surgeon that made him into a cyborg, but the mobster manages to get into a helicopter before Deathlok can stop him.

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Story Title
Why Won't They Believe Me?
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Gene Colan
Story Line
A man finds a crashed spaceship and reads the log which shows that the alien was to take the form of an earthling when he lands. The man goes to the Space Agency to warn them but the person he talks to (Professor Crater) pulls a gun on him. The man assumes that Professor Crater must be the alien but then finds out that the log is written in another language so he must be the alien and he has helped himself to be caught.
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Published November 1975 by Marvel
The Man Who Sold the World!
Rich Buckler (Plot, Script pages 1-5); Bill Mantlo (pages 6-17)
Rich Buckler (Layouts); Keith Pollard; Bob McLeod
Rich Buckler (signed)
Deathlok [Luther Manning]; Major Simon Ryker; Mike Travers; Nina Ferry
"The Man Who Sold the World!" Deathlok manages to shoot down the helicopter and trails the mobster who knows which doctor turned him into a cyborg but is unable to get to him before he is killed. Deathlok vows to follow the money trail to the doctor if possible. Mike Travers thinks he has rescued Nina Ferry but she is still plugged into the Omni-Computer and their progress is being tracked by Major Ryker.
Very Good- 3.5

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Story Title
The Man Who Sold the World!
Writer
Rich Buckler (Plot, Script pages 1-5); Bill Mantlo (pages 6-17)
Interior Art
Rich Buckler (Layouts); Keith Pollard; Bob McLeod
Cover Art
Rich Buckler (signed)
Character Appearances
Deathlok [Luther Manning]; Major Simon Ryker; Mike Travers; Nina Ferry
Storyline
"The Man Who Sold the World!" Deathlok manages to shoot down the helicopter and trails the mobster who knows which doctor turned him into a cyborg but is unable to get to him before he is killed. Deathlok vows to follow the money trail to the doctor if possible. Mike Travers thinks he has rescued Nina Ferry but she is still plugged into the Omni-Computer and their progress is being tracked by Major Ryker.
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Published January 1976 by Marvel
Reflections In a Crimson Eye!
Rich Buckler (Plot); Bill Mantlo (Script)
Rich Buckler
Rich Buckler
Deathlok [Luther Manning]; Hellinger (Introduction); Luther Manning II (a clone, Introduction); Simon Ryker (Villain); Mike Travers; Nina Ferry; Savior Machine [Simon Ryker] (Introduction)
"Reflections In a Crimson Eye!"
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Story Title
Reflections In a Crimson Eye!
Writer
Rich Buckler (Plot); Bill Mantlo (Script)
Interior Art
Rich Buckler
Cover Art
Rich Buckler
Character Appearances
Deathlok [Luther Manning]; Hellinger (Introduction); Luther Manning II (a clone, Introduction); Simon Ryker (Villain); Mike Travers; Nina Ferry; Savior Machine [Simon Ryker] (Introduction)
Storyline
"Reflections In a Crimson Eye!"
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Published March 1976 by Marvel
"And All the King's Madmen...Couldn't Put Deathlok Back Together Again..Or Could They?"
Rich Buckler (Plot); Bill Mantlo (Script)
Rich Buckler
Rich Buckler (signed)
Deathlok [Luther Manning] Luther Manning III (Introduction; another clone); Savior Machine [Simon Ryker] (Villain); Hellinger (Villain); Teresa Devereaux (Introduction); Mike Travers; Sylvia; Luther Manning II (the clone introduced in Astonishing Tales #33)
""And All the King's Madmen...Couldn't Put Deathlok Back Together Again..Or Could They?"" When Deathlok is unable to escape the explosive attached to his wrist his bionic arm is blown off and the rest of his body is damaged. Mike Travers manages to extract his body and the CIA fixes the damage and reprograms him to stop Simon Ryker (the Savior Machine). Deathlok goes after Simon and encounters a second Luther Manning clone with the mind of the surgeon that created him. With this clone's help Deathlok plugs his mind into the Omni Computer to confront Simon's mind.
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Published March 1976 by Marvel

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Story Title
"And All the King's Madmen...Couldn't Put Deathlok Back Together Again..Or Could They?"
Writer
Rich Buckler (Plot); Bill Mantlo (Script)
Interior Art
Rich Buckler
Cover Art
Rich Buckler (signed)
Character Appearances
Deathlok [Luther Manning] Luther Manning III (Introduction; another clone); Savior Machine [Simon Ryker] (Villain); Hellinger (Villain); Teresa Devereaux (Introduction); Mike Travers; Sylvia; Luther Manning II (the clone introduced in Astonishing Tales #33)
Storyline
""And All the King's Madmen...Couldn't Put Deathlok Back Together Again..Or Could They?"" When Deathlok is unable to escape the explosive attached to his wrist his bionic arm is blown off and the rest of his body is damaged. Mike Travers manages to extract his body and the CIA fixes the damage and reprograms him to stop Simon Ryker (the Savior Machine). Deathlok goes after Simon and encounters a second Luther Manning clone with the mind of the surgeon that created him. With this clone's help Deathlok plugs his mind into the Omni Computer to confront Simon's mind.
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Published May 1976 by Marvel
...And Once Removed From Never
Rich Buckler (Plot); Bill Mantlo (Script)
Rich Buckler
Rich Buckler (signed)
Deathlok [Luther Manning]; Simon Ryker [Savior Machine] (Villain); Hellinger (Villain); Luther Manning II; Luther Manning III; Teresa Devereaux; Mike Travers; Doctor Wilcox; Tom
"...And Once Removed From Never" Deathlok manages to create a systems mind-lock which sends his mind into Simon Ryker's body and Simon Ryker's mind into his body. This causes Simon to go mad ending his threat. That job is over but Deathlok agrees to help the CIA with the threat from Hellinger. Cynthia Deveraux then helps to put Simon Ryker's mind back into his clone's body but something goes wrong and his mind ends up in both the clone's body and Deathlok's.
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Published May 1976 by Marvel

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Story Title
...And Once Removed From Never
Writer
Rich Buckler (Plot); Bill Mantlo (Script)
Interior Art
Rich Buckler
Cover Art
Rich Buckler (signed)
Character Appearances
Deathlok [Luther Manning]; Simon Ryker [Savior Machine] (Villain); Hellinger (Villain); Luther Manning II; Luther Manning III; Teresa Devereaux; Mike Travers; Doctor Wilcox; Tom
Storyline
"...And Once Removed From Never" Deathlok manages to create a systems mind-lock which sends his mind into Simon Ryker's body and Simon Ryker's mind into his body. This causes Simon to go mad ending his threat. That job is over but Deathlok agrees to help the CIA with the threat from Hellinger. Cynthia Deveraux then helps to put Simon Ryker's mind back into his clone's body but something goes wrong and his mind ends up in both the clone's body and Deathlok's.
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Published July 1976 by Marvel
Confessions of a Demolished Man!
Rich Buckler
Rich Buckler (Layouts); Keith Pollard (Finished Art)
Rich Buckler (signed)
Deathlok [Luther Manning]; Luther Manning II (Destroyed); Luther Manning III; Teresa Devereaux; Mike Travers; Doctor Holland; Janice Manning (Cameo); Luther Manning's son (Cameo)
"Confessions of a Demolished Man!" Deathlok fights and defeats the first Luther Manning clone and interprets the first set of Deathlok tapes.
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Story Title
Confessions of a Demolished Man!
Writer
Rich Buckler
Interior Art
Rich Buckler (Layouts); Keith Pollard (Finished Art)
Cover Art
Rich Buckler (signed)
Character Appearances
Deathlok [Luther Manning]; Luther Manning II (Destroyed); Luther Manning III; Teresa Devereaux; Mike Travers; Doctor Holland; Janice Manning (Cameo); Luther Manning's son (Cameo)
Storyline
"Confessions of a Demolished Man!" Deathlok fights and defeats the first Luther Manning clone and interprets the first set of Deathlok tapes.

Other Story

Story Title
What To Do After the Apocalypse!
Script
Rich Buckler
Pencils
Rich Buckler
Story Line
While on a mission underground Deathlok runs into Godwulf. He transports Deathlok away which results in the cybernetic unit that the CIA has been monitoring as showing that Deathlok is dead. Since Luther Manning III thinks that Deathlok is dead he stops the Deathlok transcripts and Teresa Devereaux shuts down the CIA operation.
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