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1966

    January 1966
    1. Thor #126, March 1966 [published 4 Jan 66] -- retitled from 'Journey Into Mystery'
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Whom the Gods Would Destroy!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "Whom the Gods Would Destroy" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Tales of Asgard: "The Summons" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
    2. X-Men #18, March 1966 [published 4 Jan 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "If Iceman Should Fail!" - Cover artists: Werner Roth and Dick Ayers
      "If Iceman Should Fail" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jay Gavin (Werner Roth), Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Lets Visit the X-Men - 2pp
      Letters page
    3. Daredevil #14, March 1966 [published 4 Jan 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "If This Be Justice!" - cover artists: John Romita and Frank Giacoia
      "If This Be Justice ... !" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Frank Ray (Frank Giacoia), Letters: Art Simek
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    4. Tales to Astonish #78, April 1966 [published 4 Jan 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Prince and the Puppet!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Vince Colletta
      Sub-Mariner: "The Prince and the Puppet!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Adam Austin (Gene Colan), Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "The Hulk Must Die!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    5. Marvel Collector's Item Classics #2, April 1966 [published 4 Jan 66] -- becomes bi-monthly
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p
      Stan Lee, Sol Brodsky, Roy Thomas, Marie Severin, Stan Goldberg and Flo Steinbarg
      Fantastic Four: "The Menace of the Miracle Man" - 23pp - from Fantastic Four #3
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Sol Brodsky
      Ant-Man: "Trapped By the Protector!" - 13pp - from Tales to Astonish #37
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      Spider-Man: "Nothing Can Stop ... the Sandman!" - 21pp - from Spider-Man #4
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko
    6. Rawhide Kid #51, April 1966 [published 4 Jan 66]
    7. Patsy and Hedy #105, April 1966 [published 4 Jan 66]
    8. Strange Tales #143, April 1966 [published 11 Jan 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "To Free a Brain Slave!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "To Free a Brain Slave" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layout: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Howard Purcell, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Art Simek
      Dr. Strange: "With None Beside Me!" - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Plot: Steve Ditko, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    9. Fantastic Four #49, April 1966 [published 11 Jan 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "If This Be Doomsday!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "If This Be Doomsday!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    10. Spider-Man #35, April 1966 [published 11 Jan 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Molten Man Regrets .. !" - cover artist: Steve Ditko
      "The Molten Man Regrets" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Staionery, T-shirt, poster and Hulk sweatshirt
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Tales of Suspense #76, April 1966 [published 11 Jan 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Gladiator, the Girl, and the Glory!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and John Romita
      Iron Man: "Here Lies Hidden ... the Unspeakable Ultimo!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Adam Austin (Gene Colan), Inks: Gary Michaels (Jack Abel), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Capt. America: "The Gladiator, the Girl, and the Glory!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: John Romita, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    12. Sgt. Fury #28, March 1966 [published 11 Jan 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Not a Man Shall Remain Alive!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "Not a Man Shall Remain Alive!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four #49, Spider-Man #35 and Marvel Collector's Item Classics #2
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      More Mirthful, Monumental, Mind-Staggering Memoranda From Your Marvel Madmen!
      House ad - 1p
      for Hulk sweatshirt, stationery, T-shirt and Spider-Man poster
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters Page
    13. Avengers #26, March 1966 [published 11 Jan 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Don Heck and Frank Giacoia
      "The Voice of the Wasp" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Frank Ray (Frank Giacoia), Letters: Art Simek
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page

    February 1966

    1. Thor #127 April 1966 [published 3 Feb 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Hammer and the Holocaust!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "The Hammer and the Holocaust" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Tales of Asgard: "The Meaning of Ragnarok" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
    2. X-Men #19, April 1966 [published 3 Feb 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: none - Cover artists: Werner Roth and Dick Ayers
      "Lo! Now Shall Appear the Mimic" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jay Gavin (Werner Roth), Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Lets Visit the X-Men - 2pp
      Letters page
    3. Daredevil #15, April 1966 [published 3 Feb 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "... And Men Shall Call Him ... Ox!" - cover artists: John Romita and Frank Giacoia
      "-- And Men Shall Call Him ... Ox!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Frank Ray (Frank Giacoia), Letters: Art Simek
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    4. Tales to Astonish #79, May 1966 [published 3 Feb 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Titan and the Torment!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Bill Everett
      Sub-Mariner: "When Rises the Behemoth" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Adam Austin (Gene Colan), Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "The Titan and the Torment" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    5. Two-Gun Kid #81, May 1966 [published 3 Feb 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Hidden Gun!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "The Hidden Gun" - 17pp
      Plot: Steve Skeates, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Bill Roman
      "Hoofbeats of Doom!" V-549 - 5pp - from Kid Colt Outlaw #103
      to be added later
      Tell It to Two-Gun - 1p
      Letters page
    6. Modeling With Millie #46, April 1966 [published 3 Feb 66]
    7. Fantasy Masterpieces #2, April 1966
      Cover:
      Cover titles: from all three stories - cover artists: no original artwork (vignettes from all three stories)
      "Fin Fang Foom!" V-318 - 13pp - from Strange Tales #89, September 1960
      Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      "I Must Find Those Who Lurk Below!" T-853 - 6pp - from Tales of Suspense #12, December 1960
      Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko
      "Orogo!! The Nightmare from Outer Space!!" T-593 - 6pp - from Journey Into Mystery #57, June 1960
      Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck
    8. Strange Tales #144, May 1966 [published 10 Feb 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Day of the Druid!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Mike Esposito
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "The Day of the Druid!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Howard Purcell, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "Where Man Hath Never Trod!" - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Plot: Steve Ditko, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    9. Fantastic Four #50, May 1966 [published 10 Feb 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Startling Saga of the Silver Surfer!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "The Startling Saga of the Silver Surfer!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    10. Spider-Man #36, May 1966 [published 10 Feb 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "When Falls the Meteor!" - cover artist: Steve Ditko
      "When Falls the Meteor" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel merchandise
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Tales of Suspense #77, May 1966 [published 10 Feb 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Ultimo Lives!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Jack Abel
      Iron Man: "Ultimo Lives!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Adam Austin (Gene Colan), Inks: Gary Michaels (Jack Abel), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Capt. America: "If a Hostage Should Die!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Frank Ray (Frank Giacoia), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    12. Sgt. Fury #29, April 1966 [published 10 Feb 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Armageddon!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "Armageddon!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four #50, Spider-Man #36 and Marvel Collector's Item Classics #2
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Naturally Nifty, Newsy, Nondescript Nonsense About Our Nutty Non-Entities!
      House ad - 1p
      for Hulk sweatshirt, stationery, T-shirt and Spider-Man poster
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Avengers #27, April 1966 [published 10 Feb 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Four Against the Flood-Tide!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia
      "Four Against the Floodtide" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Frank Ray (Frank Giacoia), Letters: Art Simek
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Kid Colt, Outlaw #128, May 1966 [published 10 Feb 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "I Killed Kid Colt!" - cover artists: Larry Lieber and Dick Ayers
      "I Killed Kid Colt!" - 17pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "Return of the Outlaw!" [V-248] - 5pp - non-series - from Rawhide Kid #31
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck
      Kid Colt's Roundup - 1p
      Letters page
    15. Millie the Model #137, May 1966 -- begins monthly publication again

    March 1966

    1. Thor #128, May 1966 [published 3 Mar 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Power of Pluto!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "The Power of Pluto" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Tales of Asgard: "Aftermath" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
    2. X-Men #20, May 1966 [published 3 Mar 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "I, Lucifer!" - Cover artists: Werner Roth and Dick Ayers
      "I, Lucifer" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Jay Gavin (Werner Roth), Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Lets Visit the X-Men - 2pp
      Letters page
    3. Daredevil #16, May 1966 [published 3 Mar 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Enter ... Spider-Man!" - cover artists: John Romita and Frank Giacoia
      "Enter ... Spider-Man" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Frank Ray (Frank Giacoia), Letters: Art Simek
      Let's level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Lettters page
    4. Tales to Astonish #80, June 1966 [published 3 Mar 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "To the Death!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Bill Everett
      Sub-Mariner: "To the Death!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Hulk: "They Dwell In the Depths!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    5. Rawhide Kid #52, June 1966 [published 3 Mar 66]
    6. Patsy and Hedy #106, June 1966 [published 3 Mar 66]
    7. Marvel Collector's Item Classics #3, June 1966 [published 10 March 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents: - 1p
      Stan Lee, Sol Brodsky, Roy Thomas, Marie Severin, Stan Goldberg and Flo Steinberg
      Fantastic Four: "The Coming of ... Sub-Mariner!" V-643 - 23pp - from Fantastic Four #4
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Sol Brodsky
      Iron Man: "Iron Man Versus Gargantus!" X-131 - 13pp - from Tales of Suspense #40
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: R. Berns (Robert Bernstein), Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: John Duffy
      Dr. Strange: "Dr. Strange, Master of Black Magic!" - 5pp - from Strange Tales #110
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Terry Szenics
      Tales of the Watcher: "The Saga of the Sneepers!" - 5pp - from Tales of Suspense #49
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Hulk: "Banished to Outer Space" - 11pp - from Hulk #3
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
    8. Strange Tales #145, June 1966 [published 10 Mar 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Lo! The Eggs Shall Hatch!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Mike Esposito
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "Lo, the Eggs Shall Hatch!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "To Catch a Magician!" - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Dennis O'Neil, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    9. Fantastic Four #51, June 1966 [published 10 Mar 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "This Man ... This Monster!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "This Man ... This Monster!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    10. Spider-Man #37, June 1966 [published 10 Mar 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Once Upon a Time ... There Was a Robot!" - cover artist: Steve Ditko
      "Once Upon a Time, There Was a Robot" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel merchancise
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Tales of Suspense #78, June 1966 [published 10 Mar 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Them!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "Crescendo!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Gary Michaels (Jack Abel), Letters: Art Simek
      Capt. America: "Them!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Frank Ray (Frank Giacoia), Letters: Art Simek
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    12. Sgt. Fury #30, May 1966 [published 10 Mar 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Incident In Italy!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Tartaglione
      "Incident In Italy!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four #51, Marvel Collector's Item Classics #3 and Daredevil #16
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Greater, Groovier, Goofier Goodies Than Ever, Gathered From the Four Corners of Marveldom!
      House ad for Hulk sweathsirt, Spider-Man Pin-Up, stationery and T-shirt
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Avengers #28, May 1966 [published 10 Mar 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Among Us Walks ... a Goliath!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia
      "Among Us Walks a Goliath" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Frank Ray (Frank Giacoia), Letters: Art Simek
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Millie the Model #138, June 1966

    April 1966

    1. Thor #129, June 1966 [published 5 Apr 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Verdict of Zeus!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "The Verdict of Zeus" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Tales of Asgard: "The Hordes of Harokin" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
    2. X-Men #21, June 1966 [published 5 Apr 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: none - Cover artists: Werner Roth and Dick Ayers
      "From Whence Comes Dominus?" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Jay Gavin (Werner Roth), Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Lets Visit the X-Men - 2pp
      Letters page
    3. Daredevil #17, June 1966 [published 5 Apr 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "None Are So Blind!" - cover artists: John Romita and Frank Giacoia
      "None Are So Blind ..!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Frank Ray (Frank Giacoia), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    4. Tales to Astonish #81, July 1966 [published 5 Apr 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Bill Everett
      Sub-Mariner: "When a Monarch Goes Mad!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Hulk: "The Stage is Set!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    5. Marvel Tales #3, July 1966 [published 5 Apr 66] -- begins bi-monthly
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original cover art
      Contents - 1p - on inside front cover
      Editor: Stan Lee, Production Associate: Sol Brodsky, Editorial Associate: Roy Thomas, Art Associate: Marie Severin, Colors: Stan Goldberg, Assistant: Flo Steinberg
      Spider-Man: "Face-To-Face With ... the Lizard!" - 21pp - from Spider-Man #6
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Human Torch: "The Human Torch" - 13pp - from Strange Tales #101
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      Thor: "The Mighty Thor vs. the Executioner" - 13pp - from Journey Into Mystery #84
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      Ant-Man: "Betrayed By the Ants!!" - 10pp - from Tales to Astonish #38
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Johnny Dee
    6. Two-Gun Kid #82, July 1966 [published 5 Apr 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Here Come the Conchos!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "Here Come the Conchos!" - 17pp
      Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Mike Esposito
      "All in a Day's Work" - 5pp
      Script: Bill Everett, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett
    7. Modeling With Millie #47, June 1966 [published 5 Apr 66]
    8. Fantasy Masterpieces #3, June 1966 -- begins Golden Age reprints
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia (with vignettes from inteior stories)
      Capt. America: "The Hunchback of Hollywood and the Movie Murder" - 17pp - from Capt. America #3, May 1941
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
      "I Am Prisoner of the Voodoo King!" V-742 - 6pp - from Journey Into Mystery #83, July 1962
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Gene Colan
      "Beware the Uboongi!" V-813 - 5pp - from Strange Tales #100, September 1963
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck
      "Bruttu" V-333 - 13pp - from Tales of Suspense #22, October 1961
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      "I Saw the End of the World!" - 5pp - from Strange Tales #73, May 1959
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko
      Capt. America: "Weird Case of the Plundering Butterfly and the Ancient Mummies!" - 11pp - from Capt. America #3, May 1941
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
    9. Strange Tales #146, July 1966 [published 12 Apr 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The End At Last!" - Cover artist: Steve Ditko
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "When the Unliving Strike!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "The End -- At Last!" - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Dennis O'Neil, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    10. Fantastic Four #52, July 1966 [published 12 Apr 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "The Black Panther!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Spider-Man #38, July 1966 [published 12 Apr 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Just a Guy Named Joe!" - cover artist: Steve Ditko (montage of art from interior story)
      "Just a Guy Named Joe" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel merchancise
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. Tales of Suspense #79, July 1966 [published 12 Apr 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Disaster!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Jack Abel
      Iron Man: "Disaster!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Jack Abel, Letters: Art Simek
      Capt. America: "The Red Skull Lives!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
    13. Sgt. Fury #31, June 1966 [published 12 Apr 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Into the Jaws Of ... Death!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "Into the Jaws Of ... Death!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four #52, Spider-Man #38 and Marvel Tales #3
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Incredible, Indubitable, Interminable Items to Startle Your Senses And Soothe Your Soul!
      House ad - 1p
      for Spider-Man poster, stationery, T-shirt and Hulk sweatshirt
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Avengers #29, June 1966 [published 12 Apr 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "This Power Unleashed!" - cover artists: Don Heck and Frank Giacoia
      "This Power Unleashed" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    15. Kid Colt, Outlaw #129, July 1966 [published 12 Apr 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Range War of Vengeance Valley!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "The Range War of Vengeance Valley!" - 17pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller, Letters: Art Simek
      "The Black Mask" [V-837] - 5pp - non-series - from Kid Colt #106
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Dick Ayers
      Kid Colt's Roundup - 1p
      Letters page
    16. Millie the Model #139, July 1966

    May 1966

    1. Thor #130, July 1966 [published 3 May 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Thunder In the Netherworld!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "Thunder In the Netherworld" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Tales of Asgard: "The Fateful Change" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
    2. X-Men #22, July 1966 [published 3 May 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Divided We Fall!" - Cover artists: Werner Roth and Dick Ayers
      "Divided We Fall" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Jay Gavin (Werner Roth), Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Lets Visit the X-Men - 2pp
      Letters page
    3. Daredevil #18, July 1966 [published 3 May 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "There Shall Come a Gladiator" - cover artists: John Romita and Frank Giacoia
      "There Shall Come a Gladiator!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Stan Lee (pp 1-7) and Dennis O'Neil (pp 8-20), Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    4. Tales to Astonish #82, August 1966 [published 3 May 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Power of Iron Man!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Dick Ayers
      Sub-Mariner: "The Power of Iron Man!" - 12pp
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Gene Colan (pp 1-2) and Jack Kirby (pp 3-12), Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "The Battle Cry of the Boomerang!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    5. Rawhide Kid #53, August 1966 [published 3 May 66]
    6. Patsy and Hedy #107, August 1966 [published 3 May 66]
    7. Marvel Collector's Item Classics #4, August 1966 [published 10 May 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents: - 1p
      Stan Lee, Sol Brodsky, Marie Severin, Stan Goldberg, Roy Thomas, Flo Steinberg and Dennis O'Neil
      Fantastic Four: "Prisoners of Kurrgo, Master of Planet X" V-893 - 24pp - from Fantastic Four #7
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four #53, Spider-Man #39 and Marvel Tales #3
      Iron Man: "The Stronghold of Doctor Strange!" - 13pp - from Tales of Suspense #41
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: R. Berns (Robert Bernstein), Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Marty Epp
      Dr. Strange: "Face-To-Face With the Magic of Baron Mordo!" - 5pp - from Strange Tales #111
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Terry Szenics
      Hulk: "The Monster and the Machine!" - 14pp - from Hulk #4
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
    8. Strange Tales #147, August 1966 [published 10 May 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Enemy Within!" - Cover artists: jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "The Enemy Within!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "From the Nameless Nowhere Comes ... Kaluu!" - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Stan Lee and Dennis O'Neil, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    9. Fantastic Four #53, August 1966 [published 10 May 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Way It Began!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "The Way It Began..!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    10. Spider-Man #39, August 1966 [published 10 May 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: John Romita
      "How Green Was My Goblin" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Art Simek
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel merchancise (includes new Thing T-shirt)
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Tales of Suspense #80, August 1966 [published 10 May 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "He Who Holds the Cosmic Cube!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Don Heck
      Iron Man: "When Fall the Mighty!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Gary Michaels (Jack Abel), Letters: Art Simek
      Capt. America: "He Who Holds the Cosmic Cube!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    12. Sgt. Fury #32, July 1966 [published 10 May 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "A Traitor In Our Midsts!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "A Traitor In Our Midsts!" - 20
      Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four #53, Spider-Man #39 and Marvel Tales #3
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Items Of Lasting Insignificance From the Four Corners Of Marveldom!
      House ad - 1p
      for Thing sweatshirt, Hulk sweathsirt, Spider-Man poster, stationery and T-shirt
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Avengers #30, July 1966 [published 10 May 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Frenzy In a Far-Off Land!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia
      "Frenzy In a Far-Off Land" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Millie the Model #140, August 1966

    June 1966

      Sgt. Fury King-Size Special #2, August 1966 [published 9 June 1966]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "This Was ... D-Day!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      Contents page - 1p
      on inside front cover
      "A Day Of Thunder!" - 24pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "The Man For the Job!" - 12pp - from Strange Tales #135
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks; Dick Ayers, Letters: Artie Simek
      "The Crackdown Of Capt. Flint!" - 21pp - from Sgt. Fury #11
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Art Simek
      Millie the Model Queen-Size Special #5, September 1966
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: Stan Goldberg
      "Millie Meets a Prince!" X-685 - 18pp - from Modeling with Millie #31
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "Millie's Fanciest Frocks" X-677 - 1p - paper doll - from Modeling with Millie #31
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "A New Boss For Millie!" - 18pp - from Modeling with Millie #37
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "Chili and Toni's Fanciest Frocks" X-769 - 1p - fashion page - from Millie the Model #123
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "Millie Becomes a Has-Been!" X-786 - 18pp - from Millie the Model #123
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "Millie's Fashion Pin-Up" X-677 - 1p - from Modeling with Millie #31
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
    1. Thor #131, August 1966 [published 2 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "They Strike From Space!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "They Strike From Space" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Tales of Asgard: "The Warlock's Eye" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
    2. X-Men #23, August 1966 [published 2 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "To Save a City!" - Cover artists: Werner Roth and Dick Ayers
      "To Save a City" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Lets Visit the X-Men - 2pp
      Letters page
    3. Daredevil #19, August 1966 [published 2 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Alone .. Against the Underworld!" - cover artists: John Romita and Frank Giacoia
      "Alone -- Against the Underworld!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    4. Tales to Astonish #83, September 1966 [published 2 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Less Than Monster, More Than Man!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Bill Everett
      Sub-Mariner: "The Sub-Mariner Strikes!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "Less Than Monster, More Than Man!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    5. Marvel Tales #4, September 1966
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p - on inside front cover
      Editor: Stan Lee, Aide-de-Camp: Sol Brodsky, Assistant: Roy Thomas, Associate: Marie Severin, Colorist: Stan Goldberg, Research: Denny O'Neil, Secretary: Flo Steinberg
      Spider-Man: "The Return Of the Vulture" - 21pp - from Spider-Man #7
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Human Torch: "Prisoner Of the Wizard" - 13pp - from Strange Tales #102
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      Thor: "On the Trail Of the Tomorrow Man!" - 13pp - from Journey into Mystery #86
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      Ant-Man: "The Vengeance Of the Scarlet Beetle!" - 10pp - from Tales to Astonish #39
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
    6. Kid Colt, Outlaw #130, September 1966 [published 2 June 66] -- first of the 25 issues
      Cover:
      Cover title: several - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "How the Kid Became An Outlaw" P-74 - 5pp - from Kid Colt Outlaw #79
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller
      Kid Colt's Roundup - 1p
      Letters page
      Untitled T-344 - 14pp - from Kid Colt #86
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller
      "On the Rampage" T-959 - 13pp - from Kid Colt #95
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller
      "Beware of Montana Joe" (original title: "Revenge of Montana Joe") - T-993 - 13pp - from Kid Colt #96
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller
      "The Guns of Drago Dalton" V-33 - 13pp - from Kid Colt #97
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller
    7. Two-Gun Kid #83, September 1966 [published 2 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Durango!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "They Call Him -- Durango!" - 18pp
      Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Vince Colletta
      "The Frightened Man" - 5pp - from Rawhide Kid #39
      to be added later
      Tell It to Two-Gun - 1p
      Letters page
    8. Fantasy Masterpieces #4, August 1966
      Cover:
      Cover title: several - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia (with vignettes from interior stories)
      Capt. America: "The Menace of Dr. Grimm!" - 13pp - from Capt. America #4, June 1941
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
      Capt. America: "Case of the Fake Money Fiends" - 10pp - from Capt. America #4, June 1941
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
      "The Thing Called...It!" V-70 - 13pp - from Strange Tales #82, March 1963
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      "They Vanished Forever!" - 6pp - from Strange Tales #98, July 1962
      Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Dick Ayers
      "I Am the Beast Man" - 6pp - as "My Nightmare Has No End" from Tales to Astonish #12, October 1960
      Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck
      Capt. America: "Ivan the Terrible" - 9pp - from Capt. America #4, June 1941
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
    9. Strange Tales #148, September 1966 [published 9 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Enter ... Kaluu!" - Cover artist: Bill Everett
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "Death Before Dishonor!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jack Kirby, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "The Origin of the Ancient One!" - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Dennis O'Neil, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    10. Fantastic Four #54, September 1966 [published 9 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "Whosoever Finds the Evil Eye --!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Spider-Man #40, September 1966 [published 9 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Spidey Saves the Day!" - cover artist: John Romita and Mike Esposito
      "Spidey Saves the Day" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel merchancise
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. Tales of Suspense #81, September 1966 [published 9 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Return of the Titanium Man!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Jack Abel
      Iron Man: "The Return of the Titanium Man!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Gary Michaels (Jack Abel), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Capt. America: "The Red Skull Supreme!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    13. Sgt. Fury #33, August 1966 [published 9 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Grandeur That Was Greece!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Tartaglione
      "The Grandeur That Was Greece .. " - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four #54, Fantasy Masterpieces #4 and Marvel Tales #4
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Capricious Commentaries, Carefully Cooked-Up To Confuse and Confound You!
      House ad - 1p
      Thing & Hulk sweatshirts, T-shirt, Spider-Man poster and stationery
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Avengers #31, August 1966 [published 9 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Never Bug a Giant!" - cover artist: Don Heck
      "Never Bug a Giant" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    15. Millie the Model #141, September 1966
    16. Modeling With Millie #48, August 1966 [published 9 June 66] -- monthly over the Summer

    July 1966

      Marvel Super-Heroes King-Size Special #1, October 1966 [published 30 June 1966] -- new title
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover art: no original art
      Contents - 1p - on inside front cover
      Editor: Stan Lee, Production: Sol Brodsky, Assistant Editor: Roy Thomas, Art Corrections: Marie Severin, Colors: Stan Goldberg, Secretary: Flo Steinberg, Assistant: Denny O'Neil
      Avengers: "The Avengers Battle ... the Space Phantom" - 22pp - from Avengers #2
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Paul Reinman, Letters: Art Simek
      Capt. America: "Captain America Foils the Traitor's Revenge" - 2pp - from Capt. America #3
      Text story by Stan Lee
      Daredevil: "The Origin Of Daredevil - 23pp - from Daredevil #1
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Sub-Mariner: "The Human Torch and the Sub-Mariner Meet!!! - 10pp - from Marvel Mystery Comics #8, June 1940
      Script: Bill Everett, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett
      Thor King-Size Special #2, September 1966 [published 30 June 1966]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Who Dares Defy ... the Destroyer?" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "If Asgard Falls" - 30pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "Mad Merlin" - 13pp - from Journey Into Mystery #96
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: R. Berns (Robert Bernstein), Pencils: Joe Sinnott, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      "The Enchantress and the Executioner" - 13pp - from Journey Into Mystery #103
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Chic Stone, Letters: Sam Rosen
    1. Thor #132, September 1966 [published 30 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Where Gods May Fear To Tread!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "Rigel, Where Gods May Fear To Tread" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Tales of Asgard: "The Dark Horse of Death" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
    2. X-Men #24, September 1966 [published 30 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Plague of the Locust!" - Cover artists: Werner Roth and Dick Ayers
      "The Plague of the Locust" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Lets Visit the X-Men - 2pp
      Letters page
    3. Daredevil #20, September 1966 [published 30 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Verdict Is Death!" - cover artists: John Romita and Frank Giacoia
      "The Verdict is: Death!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    4. Tales to Astonish #84, October 1966 [published 30 June 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Like a Beast At Bay!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Dick Ayers
      Sub-Mariner: "Like a Beast At Bay!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Hulk: "Rampage In the City!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marvel Bullpen (primarily Jack Kirby, Bill Everett and Gene Colan - plus minor artwork by Dick Ayers and John Romita), Inks: Marvel Bullpen (primarily by Bill Everett), Letters: Art Simek
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    5. Rawhide Kid #54, October 1966 [published 30 June 66]
    6. Patsy and Hedy #108, October 1966 [published 30 June 66]
    7. Marvel Collector's Item Classics #5, October 1966 [published 7 July 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents: - 1p
      Stan Lee, Sol Brodsky, Roy Thomas, Stan Goldberg, Marie Severin, Flo Steinberg and Dennis O'Neil
      Fantastic Four: "Prisoners of the Puppet Master!" V-950 - 23pp - from Fantastic Four #8
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      Iron Man: "Trapped By the Red Barbarian" X-187 - 13pp - from Tales of Suspense #42
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: R. Berns (Robert Bernstein), Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: E. Thomas
      Tales of the Watcher: "Journey's End!" X-526 - 5pp - from Tales of Suspense #50
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Sol Brodsky, Letters: Art Simek
      Dr. Strange: "The Return of the Omnipotent Baron Mordo!" X-450 - 5pp - from Strange Tales #114
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: George Roussos, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Hulk: "The Gladiator From Outer Space!" - 10pp - from Hulk #4
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      House ad - 1p
      for Marvel Super-Heroes King-Size Special #1
    8. Strange Tales #149, October 1966 [published 7 July 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The End of A.I.M.!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Mike Esposito
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "The End of A.I.M.!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Dennis O'Neil, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Ogden Whitney, Inks: Ogden Whitney, Letters: Art Simek
      Dr. Strange: "If Kaluu Should Triumph ..." - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Dennis O'Neil, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    9. Fantastic Four #55, October 1966 [published 7 Jul 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Peerless Power of the Silver Surfer!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "When Strikes the Silver Surfer!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    10. Spider-Man #41, October 1966 [published 7 July 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Horns of the Rhino!" - cover artists: John Romita and Mike Esposito
      "The Horns of the Rhino" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Art Simek
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four #55 and Thing sweatshirt
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Tales of Suspense #82, October 1966 [published 7 July 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Maddening Mystery of the Unconceivable Adaptoid!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "By Force of Arms!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Capt. America: "The Maddening Mystery of the Inconceivable Adaptoid!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    12. Sgt. Fury #34, September 1966 [published 7 July 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Origin Of the Howlers!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and Frank Giacoia
      "The Origin Of the Howlers!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Thor King-Size Special #2, Marvel Super-Heroes King-Size Special #1 and Marvel Collector's Item Classics #5
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Newsworthy Notes and Nutty Nonsense From Your Friendly Neighborhood Bullpen!
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four #55 and Thing T-shirt
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Avengers #32, September 1966 [published 7 Jul 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Sign of the Serpent!" - cover artist: Don Heck
      "The Sign of the Serpent" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Art Simek
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Millie the Model #142, October 1966
    15. Modeling With Millie #49, September 1966 [published 7 Jul 66]

    August 1966

      Fantastic Four King-Size Special #4, November 1966 [published 2 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "The Torch That Was" - 19pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "The Hulk vs. the Thing" - 22pp - from Fantastic Four #25
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Sam Rosen
      "The Avengers Take Over" - 23pp - from Fantastic Four #25
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Art Simek
      Spider-Man King-Size Special #3, November 1966 [published 2 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: John Romita and Mike Esposito
      "To Become An Avenger" - 21pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: John Romita, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Art Simek
      "Turning Point" - 21pp - from Spider-Man #11
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "Unmasked By Dr. Octopus" - 22pp - from Spider-Man #12
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
    1. Thor #133, October 1966 [published 2 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Living Planet!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "Behold ... the Living Planet!" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Sensational Secrets and Incredible Inside Information, Guilelessly Guarantted To Avail You Naught!
      Tales of Asgard: "Valhalla" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Marvel Super-Heroes TV show
      The Hammer Strikes - 1p
      Letters page
    2. X-Men #25, October 1966 [published 2 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: none - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers
      "The Power and the Pendant" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Lets Visit the X-Men - 2pp
      Letters page
    3. Daredevil #21, October 1966 [published 2 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Trap Is Sprung!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      "The Trap is Sprung" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Bill Everett and Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    4. Tales to Astonish #85, November 1966 [published 2 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Missle and the Monster!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Bill Everett
      Sub-Mariner: "-- And One Shall Die" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "The Missle and the Monster!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Buscema, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Ray Holloway
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    5. Kid Colt, Outlaw #131, November 1966 [published 2 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Town Tamer" - cover artist: Larry Lieber
      "The Town Tamer!" - 17pp
      Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller, Letters: Art Simek
      Kid Colt's Roundup - 1p
      Letters page
      "The Revenge of Rio Bates" -- - 5pp - non-series - from Kid Colt #110
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Gene Colan
      "At the Mercy of the Barracuda!" -- - 13pp - from Kid Colt #109
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller
      "The Outlaw and the Sheriff" -- - 5pp - from Kid Colt #110
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller
      "Behind the Iron Mask " X-152 - 13pp - from Kid Colt #110
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller
    6. Two-Gun Kid #84, November 1966 [published 2 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Gunslammer!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "Gunslammer!" - 17pp
      Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Vince Colletta
      "Outlaw's End" - 5pp - from Kid Colt Outlaw #109
      to be added later
      Tell It to Two-Gun - 1p
      Letters page
    7. Fantasy Masterpieces #5, October 1966
      Cover:
      Cover titles: from all stories - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia (vignettes from all stories)
      Capt. America: "Captain America and the Ringmaster of Death" - 12pp - from Capt. America #5, July 1941
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
      Capt. America: "The Gruesome Secret of the Dragon of Doom!" - 15pp - from Capt. America #5, July 1941
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
      "Mister Gregory and the Ghost!" - 7pp - from Journey Into Mystery #75, December 1961
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      "The Things from Dimension X!" - 6pp - from Strange Tales #80, January 1961
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck
      "It Fell from the Flying Saucer!" V-609 - 6pp - from Tales to Astonish #31, May 1962
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      Capt. America: "Killers of the Bund" - 10pp - from Capt. America #5, July 1941
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
    8. Marvel Tales #5, November 1966 [published 9 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p - on inside front cober
      Editor: Stan Lee, Production: Sol Brodsky, Assistant: Roy Thomas, Art: Marie Severin, Colors: Stan Goldberg, Assistant: Denny O'Neil, Secretary: Flo Steinberg
      Spider-Man: "The Living Brain!" - 17pp - from Spider-Man #8
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Human Torch: "Prisoner Of the 5th Dimension!" V-823 - 13pp - from Strange Tales #103
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Thor: "Prisoner Of the Reds!" - 10pp - from Journey Into Mystery #87
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Wasp Tells a Tale: "Somewhere Waits a Wobbow!" X-502 - 5pp - from Tales to Astonish #51
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Art Simek
      Ant-Man: "The Day that Ant-Man Failed!" - 11pp - from Tales to Astonish #40
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Sol Brodsky, Letters: Art Simek
    9. Strange Tales #150, November 1966 [published 9 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Exit Kaluu ... Enter Umar!" - Cover artist: Bill Everett
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "Hydra Lives!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: John Buscema, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "The Conquest of Kaluu!" - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    10. Fantastic Four #56, November 1966 [published 9 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Klaw, the Murderous Master of Sound!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "Klaw / The Murderous Master of Sound!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Spider-Man #42, November 1966 [published 9 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Birth of a Super-Hero!" - cover artist: John Romita
      "The Birth of a Super-Hero!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: John Romita, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel Super-Heroes TV show
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. Tales of Suspense #83, November 1966 [published 9 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Victory!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "Victory!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Gary Michaels (Jack Abel), Letters: Art Simek
      Capt. America: "Enter ... the Tumbler!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    13. Sgt. Fury #35, October 1966 [published 9 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Berlin Breakout!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Tartaglione
      "Berlin Breakout!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Marvel Super-Heroes TV show
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Sensational Secrets and Incredible Inside Information, Guilelessly Guaranteed To avail You Naught!
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four King-Size Special #4 and Spider-Man King-Size Special #3
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Avengers #33, October 1966 [published 9 Aug 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "To Smash a Serpent!" - cover artist: Don Heck
      "To Smash a Serpent" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Art Simek
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    15. Millie the Model #143, November 1966
    16. Modeling With Millie #50, October 1966 [published 9 Aug 66]

    September 1966

    1. Thor #134, November 1966 [published 1 Sept 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The People Breeders!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "The People Breeders" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Tales of Asgard: "When Speaks the Dragon" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
    2. X-Men #26, November 1966 [published 1 Sept 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Holocaust!" - Cover artists: Werner Roth and Dick Ayers
      "Holocaust" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    3. Daredevil #22, November 1966 [published 1 Sept 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Tri-Man Lives!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      "The Tri-Man Lives!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia and Dick Ayers, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    4. Tales to Astonish #86, December 1966 [published 1 Sept 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Wrath of Warlord Krang!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Bill Everett
      Sub-Mariner: "The Wrath of Warlord Krang!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jerry Grandenetti, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "The Birth of ... the Hulk-Killer!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Buscema, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Art Simek
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    5. Rawhide Kid #55, December 1966 [published 1 Sept 66]
    6. Modeling With Millie #51, November 1966 [published 1 Sept 66]
    7. Patsy and Hedy #109, December 1966
    8. Marvel Collector's Item Classics #6, December 1966 [published 8 Sept 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p
      Stan Lee, Sol Brodsky, Roy Thomas, Marie Severin, Stan Goldberg and Flo Steinberg
      Fantastic Four: "The End of the Fantastic Four!" V-995 - 23pp - from Fantastic Four #9
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Iron Man: "Kala, Queen of the Netherworld!" X-216 - 13pp - from Tales of Suspense #43
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: R. Berns (Robert Bernstein), Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Art Simek
      Dr. Strange: "Return to the Nightmare World!" X-517 - 8pp - from Strange Tales #116
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "Beauty and the Beast!" X-48 - 11pp - from Hulk #5
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four King-Size Special #4 and Spider-Man King-Size Special #3
    9. Strange Tales #151, December 1966 [published 8 Sept 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Moment of .. Overkill!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Jim Steranko
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "Overkill!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Jim Steranko, Letters: Art Simek
      Dr. Strange: "Umar Strikes!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    10. Fantastic Four #57, December 1966 [published 8 Sept 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Enter ... Doctor Doom!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "Enter ... Doctor Doom!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Spider-Man #43, December 1966 [published 8 Sept 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Rhino On the Rampage!" - cover artist: John Romita
      "Rhino On the Rampage" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: John Romita, Letters: Art Simek
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel Super-Heroes TV show
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. Tales of Suspense #84, December 1966 [published 8 Sept 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "The Other Iron Man!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Capt. America: "The Super-Adaptoid!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    13. Sgt. Fury #36, November 1966 [published 8 Sept 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "My Brother, My Enemy!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Tartaglione
      "My Brother, My Enemy!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1pHouse ad - 1p
      for Marvel Super-Heroes TV show
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Avengers #34, November 1966 [published 8 Sept 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Living Laser!" - cover artist: Don Heck
      "The Living Laser" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Art Simek
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    15. Millie the Model #144, December 1966

    October 1966

    1. Thor #135, December 1966 [published 4 Oct 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Maddening Menace of the Super-Beast!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "The Maddening Menace of the Man-Beast" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Tales of Asgard: "The Fiery Breath of Fafnir" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
    2. Kid Colt, Outlaw #132, January 1967 [published 4 Oct 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Avenging Gun" - cover artist: Larry Lieber
      "The Avenging Gun!" - 17pp
      Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller, Letters: Art Simek
      "Draw Or Die, Mister!" T-835 - 6pp - from Kid Colt #92
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller
      "Trapped On the Trail" -- - 5pp - from Kid Colt #109
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Sol Brodsky, Inks: Sol Brodsky
      "Wanted! Dead or Alive" T-655 - 7pp - from Kid Colt #90
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller
      "My Gun For Hire" T-848 - 5pp - from Kid Colt #92
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller
      "Prisoner of the Durango Gang" T-818 - 7pp - from Kid Colt #92
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller
      "The Death of Kid Colt" T-749 - 7pp - from Kid Colt #91
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller
      Kid Colt's Roundup - 1p
      Letters page
    3. Two-Gun Kid #85, January 1967 [published 4 Oct 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Fury at Falcon Flats!" - cover artist: unknown
      "Fury at Falcon Flats!" - 17pp
      Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Vince Colletta
      "The Fastest Draw!" - 5pp - from Rawhide Kid #40
      to be added later
      Tell It to Two-Gun - 1p
      Letters page
    4. X-Men #27, December 1966 [published 11 Oct 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Re-Enter: The Mimic!" - Cover artists: Werner Roth and Sol Brodsky
      "Re-Enter: the Mimic" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    5. Daredevil #23, December 1966 [published 11 Oct 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "DD Goes Wild!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      "DD Goes Wild!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    6. Tales to Astonish #87, January 1967 [published 11 Oct 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: Gil Kane
      Sub-Mariner: "Moment of Truth!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "The Humanoid and the Hero!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Buscema, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Art Simek
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    7. Fantasy Masterpieces #6, December 1966
      Cover:
      Cover titles: from all stories - cover artist: Jack Kirby (vignettes from all stories)
      Capt. America: "An Ear for Music" - 13pp - from Capt. America #7, October 1941
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
      Capt. America: "The Phantom Hound of Cardiff Moor" - 16pp - from Capt. America #7, October 1941
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
      "I Found the Lair of ... the Lizard Men" T-1000 - 6pp - from Journey Into Mystery #64, January 1961
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck
      "I Was Trapped in the Chamber of Fear!" - 7pp - from Tales of Suspense #33, September 1962
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      "Germ Warfare" V-367 - 5pp - from Strange Tales #90, October 1960
      Pencils: Paul Reinman, Inks: Paul Reinman
      Capt. America: "Meet the Fang" - 9pp - from Capt. America #6, September 1941
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
    8. Marvel Tales #6, January 1967 [published 11 Oct 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents: - 1p - on inside front cover
      Stan Lee, Sol Brodsky, Roy Thomas, Marie Severin, Morrie Kuramoto, Stan Goldberg, Flo Steinberg, Ron Whyte
      Spider-Man: "The Man Called Electro!" - 22pp - from Spider-Man #9
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      House ad - 1p
      for Marvel Super-Heroes on TV, T-shirts, sweathsirts and stationery
      Human Torch: "The Human Torch Meets Paste-Pot Pete!" - 13pp - from Strange Tales #104
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Wasp: "A Voice In the Dark!" X-661 - 7pp - from Tales To Astonish #57
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Chic Stone, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Thor: "The Vengeance Of Loki!" - 13pp - from Journey into Mystery #88 (mistaken attributed to issue no. 87)
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Pulse-Pounding Pronouncements, Passionately Philosophical, Preposterously Profound, and Particularly Prepared For Permanent Oblivion!
    9. Strange Tales #152, January 1967 [published 11 Oct 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Into the Dimension of Death!" - Cover artist: Bill Everett
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "The Power of S.H.I.E.L.D.!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Jim Steranko, Letters: Art Simek
      Dr. Strange: "Into the Dimension of Death!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    10. Fantastic Four #58, January 1967 [published 11 Oct 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Dismal Dregs of Defeat!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "The Dismal Dregs of Defeat!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Spider-Man #44, January 1967 [published 11 Oct 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Where Crawls the Lizard!" - cover artist: John Romita
      "Where Crawls the Lizard" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: John Romita, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel Super-Heroes TV show, 10 T-shirts, 2 sweatshirts and M.M.M.S.
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. Tales of Suspense #85, January 1967 [published 11 Oct 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Into the Jaws of Death!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "Into the Jaws of Death!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Capt. America: "The Blitzkrieg of Batroc!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    13. Sgt. Fury #37, December 1966 [published 11 Oct 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "In the Desert ... To Die!" - cover artist: Gil Kane
      "In the Desert ... To Die!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Technical Advisor: John Hayes, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Marvel Tales #6, Fantasy Masterpieces #6 and Fantastic Four #58
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Pulse-Pounding Pronouncements, Passionately Philosophical, Preposterously Profound, and Particularly Prepared For Permanent Oblivion!
      House ad - 1p
      for Marvel Super-Heroes TV show, T-shirts, sweatshirts and stationery
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Avengers #35, December 1966 [published 11 Oct 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Light That Failed!" - cover artist: Don Heck
      "The Light That Failed" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    15. Millie the Model #145, January 1967
    16. Modeling With Millie #52, December 1966 [published 11 Oct 66]

    November 1966

    1. Thor #136, January 1967 [published 3 Nov 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "To Become an Immortal!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "To Become An Immortal" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Tales of Asgard: "There Shall Come a Miracle" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
    2. X-Men #28, January 1967 [published 3 Nov 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Wail of the Banshee!" - Cover artists: Werner Roth and John Tartaglione
      "The Wail of the Banshee" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    3. Daredevil #24, January 1967 [published 3 Nov 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      "The Mystery of the Midnight Stalker!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    4. Tales to Astonish #88, February 1967 [published 3 Nov 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "A Stranger Strikes From Space!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Bill Everett
      Sub-Mariner: "A Stranger Strikes From Space!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Hulk: "Boomerang and the Brute!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gil Kane, Inks: Gil Kane, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    5. Rawhide Kid #56, February 1967 [published 3 Nov 66]
    6. Patsy and Hedy #110, February 1967 [published 3 Nov 66] -- cancelled
    7. Marvel Collector's Item Classics #7, February 1967 [published 10 Nov 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p
      Stan Lee, Sol Brodsky, Roy Thomas, Stan Goldberg, Marrie Severin, Morrie Kuramoto, Flo Steinberg and Ron Whyte
      Fantastic Four: "The Red Ghost and His Indescribable Super-Apes!" X-138 - 22pp - from Fantastic Four #13
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      The Latest Low-Down On Marvel's Light-Hearted Liminaries For Literature Lovers At Large!
      Iron Man: "The Menace of the Mad Pharaoh!" X-229 - 13pp - from Tales of Suspense #44
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: R. Berns (Robert Bernstein), Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "The Many Traps of Baron Mordo!" X-557 - 8pp - from Strange Tales #117
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Hulk: "The Hordes of General Fang!" X-47 - 13pp - from Hulk #5
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
    8. Strange Tales #153, February 1967 [published 10 Nov 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: none - Cover artist: Jim Steranko
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "The Hiding Place!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Layouts: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Jim Steranko, Letters: Art Simek
      Dr. Strange: "Alone Against the Mindless Ones!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Marie Severin, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    9. Fantastic Four #59, February 1967 [published 10 Nov 66]
      Cover:
      Cover titles: "The Inhumans Break Free!" and "Doomsday!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "Doomsday" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    10. Spider-Man #45, February 1967 [published 10 Nov 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Spidey Smashes Out!" - cover artist: John Romita
      "Spidey Smashes Out" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: John Romita, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel Super-Heroes TV show, 10 T-shirts, 2 sweatshirts and M.M.M.S.
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Tales of Suspense #86, February 1967 [published 10 Nov 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "Death Duel For the Life of Happy Hogan!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Capt. America: "The Secret!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    12. Sgt. Fury #38, January 1967 [published 10 Nov 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "This One's For Dino!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Tartaglione
      "This One's For Dino!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Technical Advisor: Morrie Kuramoto, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Bob Agnew
      House ad - 1p
      for Spider-Man #45, Marvel Collectors' Item Classics #7 and Daredevil #24
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      The Latest Low-Down On Marvel's Light-Hearted Luminaries For Literature Lovers At Large!
      House ad - 1p
      for Marvel Super-Heroes TV show, T-shirts, sweatshirts and stationery
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Avengers #36, January 1967 [published 10 Nov 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Ultroids Attack!" - cover artist: Don Heck
      "The Ultroids Attack" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Millie the Model #146, February 1967

    December 1966

    1. Thor #137, February 1967 [published 1 Dec 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Thunder God and the Troll!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "The Thunder God and the Troll" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Tales of Asgard: "The Tragedy of Hogun" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
    2. Kid Colt, Outlaw #133, March 1967 [published 1 Dec 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Wrath of Rammer Rankin!" - cover artist: Larry Lieber
      "The Wrath of Rammer Rankin" - 17pp
      Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: "Marvel Bullpen", Letters: Sam Rosen
      "Wanted" - 5pp - from Kid Colt #97
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Paul Reinman, Inks: Paul Reinman
      Kid Colt's Roundup - 1p
      Letters page
    3. Two-Gun Kid #86, March 1967 [published 1 Dec 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Challenge of Cole Younger!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "The Challenge of Cole Younger" - 9pp
      Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Vince Carrabotta, Inks: Vince Colletta
      "The Looter Strikes" - 8pp
      Script: Ron Whyte, Pencils: Al Hartley, Inks: Vince Colletta
      "The Man Called: Durant!" - 5pp - from Two-Gun Kid #67
      to be added later
      Tell It to Two-Gun - 1p
      Letters page
    4. Ghost Rider #1, February 1967 [published 1 Dec 66] -- new title
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Origin of the Ghost Rider!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "The Origin of the Ghost Rider!" - 17pp - reprinted in Night Rider #1, October 1974
      Editor: Stan Lee, Plot Dick Ayers, Script: Gary Friedrich and Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: John Verpoorten
      Kid Colt: "The Menace of the Mask Maker!" V-754 - 6pp - from Kid Colt Outlaw #105, July 1962
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Keller, Inks: Jack Keller
    5. X-Men #29, February 1967 [published 8 Dec 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Super-Adaptoid Strikes!" - Cover artists: Werner Roth and John Tartaglione
      "When Titans Clash" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    6. Daredevil #25, February 1967 [published 8 Dec 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Enter: the Leap-Frog!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      "Enter: The Leap-Frog!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    7. Tales to Astonish #89, March 1967 [published 8 Dec 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "... Then There Shall Come a Stranger!" - cover artist: Gil Kane
      Sub-Mariner: "The Prince and the Power!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "... Then, There Shall Come a Stranger!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gil Kane, Inks: Gil Kane, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    8. Fantasy Masterpieces #7, February 1967
      Cover:
      Cover titles: from all stories - cover artist: Gil Kane (vignettes from all stories)
      Human Torch: Untitled - 12pp - from Marvel Mystery Comics #8, June 1940
      Pencils: Carl Burgos, Inks: Carl Burgos
      "Monsters On Mercury!" - 5pp - from Journey Into Mystery #62, November 1960
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko
      Sub-Mariner: Untitled - 12pp - from Marvel Mystery Comics #3, January 1940
      Script: Bill Everett, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett
      "Punishment!" V-300 - 5pp - from Strange Tales #88, September 1961
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck
      "Titan, the Amphibian from Atlantis!" V-559 - 7pp - from Tales of Suspense #28, April 1962
      Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Russ Heath
      Capt. America: "Death Loads the Bases" - 15pp - from Capt. America #7, October 1941
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
    9. Marvel Tales #7, March 1967 [published 8 Dec 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p - on inside front cover
      Editor: Stan Lee, Production: Sol Brodsky, Assistant Editor: Roy Thomas, Art Touch-Ups: Marie Severin, Colors: Stan Goldberg, ?: Morrie Kuramoto, Secretary: Flo Steinberg
      Spider-Man: "The Enforcers!" - 22pp - from Spider-Man #10
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Dikto, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Spider-Man Pin-Up - 1p - done about the same time as Spider-man nos. 7-8
      Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko
      Human Torch: "The Return Of the Wizard!" - 13pp - from Strange Tales #105
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      House ad - 1p
      for Marvel Tales #7 and Thor #137
      Wasp Tells a Tale: "Not What They Seem!" X-521 - 5pp - from Tales To Astonish #52
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Leiber, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Art Simek
      Thor Pin-Up - 1p - adapted from the cover of Journey Into Mystery #105
      Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      Thor: "The Thunder-God and the Thug!" X-29 - 13pp
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Ray Holloway
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Nutty Notes and Nonsensical Name-Dropping, Featuring Naturally Non-Essential News Of the Nation's Top Non-Entities!
    10. Strange Tales #154, March 1967 [published 8 Dec 66]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Clea Must Die!" - Cover artist: Marie Severin
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "Beware the Deadly Dreadnaught!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Plot: Jim Steranko, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Jim Steranko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "Clea Must Die!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Marie Severin, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    11. Fantastic Four #60, March 1967 [published 8 Dec 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Peril and the Power!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "The Peril and the Power!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. Spider-Man #46, March 1967 [published 8 Dec 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Sinister Shocker!" - cover artists: John Romita and Mike Esposito
      "The Sinister Shocker" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: John Romita, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel Tales #7, Thor #137 and Marvel Collector's Item Classics #7.
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Tales of Suspense #87, March 1967 [published 8 Dec 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Crisis At the Earth's Core! - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "Crisis -- At the Earth's Core!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Capt. America: "Wanted: Captain America!" - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Jack Sparling, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    14. Sgt. Fury #39, February 1967 [published 8 Dec 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Into the Fortress Of Fear!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Tartaglione
      "Into the Fortress Of ... Fear!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Plot: Dick Ayers, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Artie Simek
      House ad - 1p
      for Marvel Collectors' Item Classics #7, Spider-Man #46 and Marvel Tales #7
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Nutty Notes and Nonsensical Name-Dropping, Featuring Naturally Non-Essential News Of the Nation's Top Non-Entities!
      House ad - 1p
      for Strange Tales #154, Fantastic Four #60 and Tales to Astonish #89
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    15. Avengers #37, February 1967 [published 8 Dec 66]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "To Conquer a Colossus!" - cover artist: Gil Kane
      "To Conquer a Colossus" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Art Simek
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    16. Millie the Model #147, March 1967

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