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    January 1967
    1. Thor #138, March 1967 [published 3 Jan 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "The Flames of Battle" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Tales of Asgard: "The Quest For the Mystic Mountains" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
    2. Rawhide Kid #57, April 1967 [published 3 Jan 67]
    3. X-Men #30, March 1967 [published 10 Jan 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Warlock Wakes!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and John Tartaglione
      "The Warlock Wakes" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Jack Sparling, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Art Simek
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    4. Daredevil #26, March 1967 [published 10 Jan 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Stilt-Man Strikes Again!" - Cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      "Stilt-Man Strikes Again" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    5. Tales to Astonish #90, April 1967 [published 10 Jan 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      Sub-Mariner: "To Be Beaten By Byrrah!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Sherigail (Ray Holloway)
      Hulk: "The Abomination!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gil Kane, Inks: Gil Kane, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    6. Marvel Collector's Item Classics #8, April 1967 [published 10 Jan 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p
      Stan Lee, Sol Brodsky, Roy Thomas, Marie Severin, Stan Goldberg, Morrie Kuramoto and Flo Steinberg
      Fantastic Four: "The Return of Doctor Doom!" - 23pp - from Fantastic Four #10
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantasy Masterpieces #7, Spider-Man #47 and Marvel Tales #7
      Iron Man: "The Icy Fingers of Jack Frost!" - 18pp - from Tales of Suspense #45
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: R. Berns (Robert Bernstein), Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "The Possessed!" - 8pp - from Strange Tales #118
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Hulk: "The Terror of the Toad Men" V-781 (Part One) - 6pp - from Hulk #2
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Steve Ditko
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      A Batty Barrage of Bombastic Bulletins: Burstin' with Bi-Partisan Banter, Bare-Faced Banality, and Unabashed Bull!
    7. Strange Tales #155, April 1967 [published 10 Jan 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: none - Cover artist: Jim Steranko
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "Death Trap!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Steranko, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Jim Steranko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "The Fearful Finish -- !" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Marie Severin, Letters: Art Simek
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    8. Fantastic Four #61, April 1967 [published 10 Jan 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Where Stalks the Sandman?" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "Where Stalks the Sandman?" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    9. Spider-Man #47, April 1967 [published 10 Jan 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: John Romita and Mike Esposito
      "In the Hands of the Hunter" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: John Romita, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for 10 T-shirts, 2 sweatshirts, stationery and circulation figures: 362,700 sold
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    10. Tales of Suspense #88, April 1967 [published 10 Jan 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: Gil Kane
      Iron Man: "Beyond All Rescue!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Capt. America: "If Bucky Lives .. !" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gil Kane, Inks: Gil Kane, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    11. Sgt. Fury #40, March 1967 [published 10 Jan 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "That France Might Be Free!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "... That France Might Be Free!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Plot: Dick Ayers, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four #61, Marvel Collector's Item Classics #8 and Spider-Man #47
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      A Batty Barrage Of Bombastic Bulletins; Burstin' with Bi-Partisan banter, Bare-Faced Banality, and Unabashed Bull!
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts and stationery (also circulation figures)
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. Avengers #38, March 1967 [published 10 Jan 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "In Our Midst ... An Immortal!" - cover artist: Gil Kane
      "In Our Midst, an Immortal" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Art Simek
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Millie the Model #148, April 1967
    14. Modeling With Millie #53, April 1967 [published 10 Jan 67]

    February 1967

    1. Thor #139, April 1967 [published 2 Feb 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "To Die Like a God!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "To Die Like a God" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Tales of Asgard: "The Secret of the Mystic Mountains" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
    2. X-Men #31, April 1967 [published 2 Feb 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "We Must Destroy .. the Cobalt Man!" - Cover artist: Dan Adkins
      "We Must Destroy .. The Cobalt Man!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    3. Strange Tales #156, May 1967 [published 2 Feb 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: ".. When Umar Walks the Earth!" - Cover artist: Marie Severin
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "The Tribunal!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Steranko, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Jim Steranko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "Umar Walks the Earth!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Marie Severin, Letters: Art Simek
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    4. Tales of Suspense #89, May 1967 [published 2 Feb 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Monstrous Menace of ... the New Mysterious Melter!" - cover artist: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "The Monstrous Menace of the Mysterious Melter!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Capt. America: "Back From the Dead!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gil Kane, Inks: Gil Kane, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    5. Sgt. Fury #41, April 1967 [published 2 Feb 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: none - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Tartaglione
      "Blitzkrieg In Britain!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Spider-Man #48 and Fantastic Four #62
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      A Profound Potpourri Of Perplexing Pronouncements and Preposterous Philosophy, All Portending Practically Nothing!
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts, stationery and 8 posters
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    6. Marvel Tales #8, May 1967 [published 2 Feb 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p
      Editor: Stan Lee, Production: Sol Brodsky, Proofreader: Roy Thomas, Corrections: John Verpoorten, Colors: Stan Goldberg, Research: Morrie Kuramoto, Secretary: Flo Steinberg
      Spider-Man: "The Menace Of Mysterio!" - 22pp - from Spider-Man #13
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      House ad - 1p
      for Spider-Man #48 and Fantastic Four #62
      Human Torch: "The Threat Of the Torrid Twosome" - 13pp - from Strange Tales #106
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: John Duffy
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      A Profound Potpourri Of Perplexing Pronouncemnts and Preposterous Philosophy, All Portending Practically Nothing!
      Wasp Tells a Tale: "When Wakes the Colossus!" - 5pp
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Ray Holloway
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts, stationery and posters
      Thor: "Trapped By the Carbon-Copy Man!" - 13pp
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Al Hartley, Inks: Al Hartley, Letters: Terry Szenics
      House ad - 1p
      for Thor #139 and Marvel Collector's Item Classics #8
    7. Kid Colt, Outlaw #134, May 1967 [published 2 Feb 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Shoot-Out At Hooker Flat!" - cover artist: Herb Trimpe
      "Shoot-Out At Hooker Flat!" - 17pp
      Script: Dennis O'Neil, Pencils: Herb Trimpe, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Sherigail (Ray Holloway)
      "Strong-Man" V-525 - 5pp - from Rawhide Kid #26
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Dick Ayers
      Kid Colt's Roundup - 1p
      Letters page
    8. Two-Gun Kid #87, May 1967 [published 2 Feb 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Sidewinder and the Stallion!" - cover artist: Ogden Whitney
      "The Sidewinder and the Stallion!" - 9pp
      Script: Ron Whyte, Pencils: Ogden Whitney, Inks: Ogden Whitney
      "Revenge of an Owlhoot!" - 8pp
      Script: Sol Brodsky and Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Ogden Whitney, Inks: John Verpoorten
      "My Brother, the Gunfighter!" - 5pp - from Two-Gun Kid #66
      to be added later
      Tell It to Two-Gun - 1p
      Letters page
    9. Fantasy Masterpieces #8, April 1967 [published 14 Feb 67]
      "Cover"
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original artwork
      "The Human Torch versus the Sub-Mariner" - 22pp - from Marvel Mystery Comics #9, July 1940
      Credits unknown
      "I Saw Droom the Living Lizard!" - 7pp - from Tales to Astonish #9, May 1960
      Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck
      "The Man in the Beehive!" - 7pp - from Tales of Suspense #32, August 1962
      Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      "Call Her...Medusa!" - 5pp - from Journey Into Mystery #96, September 1963
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Paul Reinman
      Capt. America: "Death Plays the Scales" - 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
    10. Daredevil #27, April 1967 [published 14 Feb 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Mike Murdock Must Die!" - Cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      "Mike Murdock Must Die!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Tales to Astonish #91, May 1967 [published 14 Feb 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Whosoever Harms the Hulk .. !" - cover artist: Gil Kane
      Sub-Mariner: "Outside the Gates Waits .. Death!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Hulk: "Whosoever Harms the Hulk .. !" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gil Kane, Inks: Gil Kane, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    12. Fantastic Four #62, May 1967 [published 14 Feb 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "... And One Shall Save Him!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "... And One Shall Save Him!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Spider-Man #48, May 1967 [published 14 Feb 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: John Romita and Mike Esposito
      "The Wings Of the Vulture" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: John Romita, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel merchandise
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Avengers #39, April 1967 [published 14 Feb 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Torment and the Triumph!" - cover artist: Don Heck and George Roussos
      "The Torment and the Triumph" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Art Simek
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    15. Ghost Rider #2, April 1967 [published 14 Feb 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Macabre Menace of the Tarantula" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "The Macabre Menace of the Tarantula!" - 17pp - reprinted in Night Rider #2, December 1974
      Editor: Stan Lee, Plot: Dick Ayers, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Artie Simek
      "When a Man's Afraid!" V-197 - 5pp - from Kid Colt Outlaw #99, July 1961
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck
    16. Millie the Model #149, May 1967

    March 1967

    1. Thor #140, May 1967 [published 2 Mar 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Growing Man" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "The Growing Man" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Tales of Asgard: "The Battle Begins" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
    2. Strange Tales #157, June 1967 [published 2 Mar 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Crisis!" - Cover artist: Jim Steranko
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "Crisis!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Steranko, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Jim Steranko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "The End of the Ancient One!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Art Simek
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    3. Tales of Suspense #90, June 1967 [published 2 Mar 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "... And Men Shall Call Him Traitor!" - cover artists: Gil Kane and Joe Sinnott
      Iron Man: "The Golden Ghost!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Capt. America: "... And Men Shall Call Him Traitor!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gil Kane, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    4. Sgt. Fury #42, May 1967 [published 2 Mar 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Three Were A.W.O.L.!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Tartaglione
      "Three Were A.W.O.L.!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Plot: Dick Ayers, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four #63 and Spider-Man #49
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Dazzling Data, Dizzy Dispatches, and Dangerous Declarations Of Rather Dubious Distinction!
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts, stationery and posters
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    5. Rawhide Kid #58, June 1967 [published 2 Mar 67]
    6. Marvel Collector's Item Classics #9, June 1967 [published 2 Mar 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p
      Editor: Stan Lee, Production Chief: Sol Brodsky, Proof-Reader: Roy Thomas, Corrections: John Verpoorten, Colors: Stan Goldberg, Production Assistant: Morrie Kuramoto, Subaltern: Gary Friedrich, Gal Friday: Flo Steinberg
      Fantastic Four: "The Threat of Sub-Mariner and the Merciless Puppet Master" - 22pp - from Fantastic Four #14
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Dazzling Data, Dizzy Dispatches, and Dangerous Declarations of Rather Dubious Distiction!
      Iron Man: "The Crimson Dynamo!" X-411 - 13pp - from Tales of Suspense #46
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: R. Berns (Robert Bernstein), Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Art Simek
      Dr. Strange: "Beyond the Purple Veil!" - 8pp - from Strange Tales #119
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Watcher: "The Way It Began ..." - 5pp - from Tales of Suspense #53
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Paul Reinman, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "The Terror of the Toad Men" V-781 (Part Two) - 8pp - from Hulk #2
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Steve Ditko
    7. X-Men #32, May 1967 [published 14 Mar 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Beware the Juggernaut, My Son!" - Cover artists: Werner Roth and John Tartaglione
      "Beware the Juggernaut, My Son" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Art Simek
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    8. Daredevil #28, May 1967 [published 14 Mar 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbor's Planet!" - Cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      "Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbor's Planet!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    9. Tales to Astonish #92, June 1967 [published 14 Mar 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "It Walks Like a Man!" - cover artist: Dan Adkins
      Sub-Mariner: "It Walks Like a Man!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Dan Adkins, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "Turning Point!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    10. Fantastic Four #63, June 1967 [published 14 Mar 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Blastaar, the Living Bomb-Burst!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "Blastaar, The Living Bomb-Burst!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Spider-Man #49, June 1967 [published 14 Mar 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: John Romita
      "From the Depths of Defeat" - 20pp - The Spider-Man story in 'Marvel Super-Heroes' #14 occurs inbetween 'Spider-Man' nos. 49-50
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: John Romita and Mike Esposito, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel merchandise
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. Avengers #40, May 1967 [published 14 Mar 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Suddenly ... the Sub-Mariner" - cover artists: Don Heck and George Roussos
      "Suddenly, the Sub-Mariner" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Millie the Model #150, June 1967
    14. Modeling With Millie #54, June 1967 [published 14 Mar 67] -- cancelled

    April 1967

    1. Thor #141, June 1967 [published 4 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Who Is ... Replicus?" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "The Wrath of Replicus" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Tales of Asgard: "Alibar and the Forty Demons" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
    2. Strange Tales #158, July 1967 [published 4 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Sands of Death!" - Cover artists: Marie Severin and Bill Everett
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "Final Encounter!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Steranko, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Jim Steranko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "The Sands of Death" - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Art Simek
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    3. Tales of Suspense #91, July 1967 [published 4 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Monstrous Crusher!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "The Uncanny Challenge of the Crusher!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Capt. America: "The Last Defeat!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gil Kane, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    4. Sgt. Fury #43, June 1967 [published 4 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Xcourge Of the Sahara!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Tartaglione
      "Scourge Of the Sahara!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      More Mixed-Up Madness From Marvel's Mighty Masters Of Mysticism, Magnificence, and Misinformation!
      Tell It To Fury - 1p
      Letters page
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts, stationery, posters and buttons
      "Ten-Hut!" - 2pp
      Divisional patch contest
    5. Marvel Tales #9, July 1967 [published 4 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p - on inside frint cover
      Editor: Stan Lee, Production Chief: Sol Brodsky, Edditorial Associate: Roy Thomas, Corrections: John Verpoorten, Colors: Stan Goldberg, Production Assistant: Morrie Kuramoto, Editorial Assistant: Gary Friedrich, Secretary: Flo Steinberg
      Spider-Man: "The Groteque Adventure Of the Green Goblin" - 22pp - from Spider-Man #14
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Dikto, Letters: Art Simek
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts, stationery, posters and buttons
      Human Torch: "The Master Of Flame vs. the Monarch Of the Sea!!" - 13pp - from Strange Tales #107
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four #64 and Spider-Man #50
      Wasp Tells a Tale: "Conquest!" X-570 - 5pp - from Tales to Astonish #54
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Sol Brodsky, Letters: Art Simek
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      More Mixed-Up Madness From Marvel's Mighty Masters Of Mysticism, Magnificence, and Misinformation!
      Thor: "Sandu, Master Of the Supernatural!" - 13pp
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Joe Sinnott, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Terry Szenics
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantasy Masterpieces #9
    6. Kid Colt, Outlaw #135, July 1967 [published 4 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Deadly Menace of Black Bart's Thundering Guns!" - cover artist: Herb Trimpe
      "The Deadly Menace of Black Bart's Thundering Guns" - 9pp
      Script: Sol Brodsky, Pencils: Herb Trimpe, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Sherigail (Ray Holloway)
      "War At Indian Canyon!" - 8pp
      Script: Dennis O'Neil, Pencils: Herb Trimpe, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Sherigail (Ray Holloway)
      "Showdown In Chicamaw County" (Original title: "War In Chicamaw County") V-682 - 5pp - from Kid Colt Outlaw #104
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck
      Kid Colt's Roundup - 1p
      Letters page
    7. Two-Gun Kid #88, July 1967 [published 4 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Revenge of the Rattler!" - cover artist: Ogden Whitney
      "Revenge of the Rattler!" - 9pp
      Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Ogden Whitney, Inks: Ogden Whitney
      "The Two-Gun Kid Strikes Back!" - 8pp
      Script: Sol Brodsky, Pencils: Ogden Whitney, Inks: Ogden Whitney
      Kid Colt: "The Making of the Man!" - 5pp - from Kid Colt Outlaw #99
      to be added later
      Tell It to Two-Gun 1p
      Letters page
    8. Fantasy Masterpieces #9, June 1967 [published 11 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Origin of the Human Torch!" - cover artists: Gil Kane and Joe Sinnott
      Human Torch: "The Origin of the Human Torch" - 16pp - from Marvel Mystery Comics #1, November 1939
      Script: Carl Burgos, Pencils: Carl Burgos, Inks: Carl Burgos
      Sub-Mariner: Untitled 10pp - from Marvel Mystery Comics #4, February 1940
      Script: Bill Everett, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett
      "Monsteroso!" V-105 - 5pp - from Tales to Astonish #18, April 1961
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko
      "We Search the Stars" - 5pp - from Strange Tales #110, July 1963
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Matt Fox
      "I Don't Believe in ... Ghosts!" V-494 - 6pp - from Journey Into Mystery #77, February 1962
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      Capt. America: "Spy Ambush" - 11pp - from Capt. America #10, January 1942
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
      Fantasy Mailbag - 1p
      Letters page
    9. X-Men #33, June 1967 [published 11 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: none - Cover artists: Gil Kane and John Tartaglione
      "Into the Crimson Cosmos" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    10. Daredevil #29, June 1967 [published 11 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Unmasked!" - Cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      "Unmasked!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Tales to Astonish #93, July 1967 [published 11 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "He Who Strikes the Silver Surfer!" - cover artists: Marie Severin and Frank Giacoia
      Sub-Mariner: "The Monarch and the Monster!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dan Adkins, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "He Who Strikes the Silver Surfer!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    12. Fantastic Four #64, July 1967 [published 11 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Sentry Sinister!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "The Sentry Sinister!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Fantastic Fan Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Spider-Man #50, July 1967 [published 11 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Spider-Man No More!" - cover artists: John Romita and Mike Esposito
      "Spider-Man No More" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel merchandise
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Avengers #41, June 1967 [published 11 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Let Sleeping Dragons Lie!" - cover artists: John Buscema and George Roussos
      "Let Sleeping Dragons Lie" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: John Buscema, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Art Simek
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    15. Ghost Rider #3, June 1967 [published 11 Apr 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Circus of Fear!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "Circus of Fear - 17pp - reprinted in Night Rider #3, February 1975
      Editor: Stan Lee, Plot: Dick Ayers, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: John Verpoorten
      "Gunman's Quest" - 4pp (abridged) - from Kid Colt, Outlaw #116, May 1964
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Paul Reinman, Inks: Paul Reinman
      Ghost Writers - 1p
      Letters page
    16. Millie the Model #151, July 1967

    May 1967

    1. Thor #142 July 1967 [published 2 May 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Scourge of the Super-Skrull!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "The Scourge of the Super Skrull" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Tales of Asgard: "We, Who Are About To Die" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
    2. Strange Tales #159, August 1967 [published 2 May 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: none - Cover artist: Jim Steranko
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "Spy School" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Steranko, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Jim Steranko, Letters: Jerry Feldman
      Dr. Strange: "The Evil That Men Do" - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    3. Tales of Suspense #92, August 1967 [published 2 May 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Before My Eyes ... Nick Fury Died!!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "Within the Vastness of Viet Nam!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Capt. America: "Before My Eyes, Nick Fury Died!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    4. Sgt. Fury #44, July 1967 [published 2 May 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Howlers' First Mission!" - cover artist: John Severin
      "The Howlers' First Mission!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Plot: Gary Friedrich, Script (prologue and epilogue): Roy Thomas, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: John Severin, Inks: John Severin, Letters: Jerry Feldmann
      House ad - 1p
      for Not Brand Echh #1
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Fabulous Facts and Frivolous Fables For Frantic Fans, Faithful Friends, and Fiendish Foes!
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts, stationery, posters and buttons
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    5. Not Brand Echh #1, August 1967 [published 2 May 67] -- new title
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: Jack Kirby
      "Be a Wreck! Read ... Brand Echh!" - 1p
      Contents page
      Fantastical Four: "The Silver Burper!" - 8pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Artie Simek
      Too Gone Kid: "The Fastest Gums in the West!" - 4pp
      Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Marie Severin, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "The Human Scorch Versus The Sunk-Mariner" - 5pp
      Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Ross Andru and Bill Everett, Inks: Mikey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Jerry Feldmann
      Sgt. Furious and His Hostile Commandos: "A Day of Blunder!" - 5pp
      Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: John Severin, Inks: John Severin, Letters: Jerry Feldmann
      Next issue blurb - 1p
    6. Rawhide Kid #59, August 1967 [published 2 May 67]
    7. Marvel Collector's Item Classics #10, August 1967 [published 2 May 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents: - 1p
      Editor: Stan Lee, Production Chief: Sol Brodsky, Associate Editor: Roy Thomas, Corrections: John Verpoorten, Colors: Stan Goldberg, Production Assistant: Morrie Kuramoto, Assistant Editor: Gary Friedrich, Secretary: Flo Steinberg
      Fantastic Four: "The Mad Thinker and His Awesome Android!" - 20pp - from Fantastic Four #15
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts, stationery, posters and buttons
      Iron Man: "Iron Man Battles the Melter!" - 18pp - from Tales of Suspense #47 [erroneously attributed to issue #54]
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Spider-Man #57
      Watcher: "Hands Off!" - 5pp - from Tales of Suspense #54 [erroneously attributed to issue #47]
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Chic Stone, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "The Terror of the Toad Men" V-781 (Part Three) - 10pp - from Hulk #2
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Steve Ditko
      Dr. Strange Pin-Up - 1p - previously unpublished (dating perhaps to the time of Strange Tales #128)
      Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Fabulous Facts and Frivolous Fables For Frantic Fans, Faithful Friends, and Fiendish Foes!
    8. X-Men #34, July 1967 [published 9 May 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "War -- In a World of Darkness" - Cover artist: Dan Adkins
      "War In a World of Darkness" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dan Adkins, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Jerry Feldman
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    9. Daredevil #30, July 1967 [published 9 May 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: none - Cover artists: Gene Colan and Bill Everett
      ""-- If There Should Be a Thunder God!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Art Simek
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    10. Tales to Astonish #94, August 1967 [published 9 May 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: Dan Adkins
      Sub-Mariner: "Helpless At the Hands of Dragorr!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: ".. To the Beckoning Stars!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    11. Fantastic Four #65, August 1967 [published 9 May 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "I Accuse!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "-- From Beyond This Planet Earth!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Artie Simek
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. Spider-Man #51, August 1967 [published 9 May 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "In the Clutches of .. the Kingpin!" - cover artist: John Romita
      "In the Clutches of the Kingpin" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel merchandise
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Avengers #42, July 1967 [published 9 May 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Plan -- and the Power!" - cover artists: John Buscema and George Roussos
      "The Plan and the Power" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: John Buscema, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Art Simek
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Millie the Model #152, August 1967

    June 1967

      Sgt. Fury King-Size Special #3, August 1967 [published 8 June 1967]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Tartaglione
      Contents page - 1p
      on inside front cover
      "Viet Nam | the Valor and the Victory!" - 43pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts, posters and buttons
      House ad - 1p
      shows 19 mastheads
      Shell-Studded Scrap-Book" - 8pp
      Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione
      Bombastic Bullpen Biography Dept. - 1p
      Text biographies of Dick Ayers and Gary Friedrich
      Untitled - 2pp - Pin-Up of 1967 version of the Howling Commandos
      Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Tartaglione
      Millie the Model Queen-Size Special #6, September 1967
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Wedding of Toni Turner!" - cover artist: Stan Goldberg
      "Once in a Lifetime!" - 12pp
      Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "Millie's Fashion Pin-Up" X-32 - 1p - paper doll - from Modelling with Millie #21
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "Millie's Heavenly Hair Styles" X-493 - 1p - fashion page - from Modeling with Millie #28
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "Millie's Fanciest Frocks!" - 1p - fashion page - from ?
      Credits unknown
      "Millie and Chili Become Has-Beens!" -- - 5pp - from Modeling with Millie #21
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "Chili's Classy Cut-Out" -- - 1p - paper doll - from Modeling with Millie #28
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "Time for Toni" - 1p - paper doll - from ?
      Credits unknown
      "The Many Faces of Millie!" X-522 - 10pp - from Modeling with Millie #28
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "Millie's Fashion Pin-Up" -- - 1p - paper doll - from ?
      Credits unknown
      "Millie's Fanciest Frocks" -- - 1p - fashion page - from Modeling with Millie #21
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "Millie's Heavenly Hair Styles" - 1p - fashion page - from ?
      Credits unknown
      "Millie's Brother, Mike!" X-524 - 4pp - from Modeling with Millie #28
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "Meet Miss U.S." -- - 9pp - from Modeling with Millie #21
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "Chili's Classy Cut-Out" - 1p - paper doll - from ?
      Credits unknown
      "Chili's Classy Cut-Out" - 1p - paper doll - from Modeling with Millie #21
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "Millie's Fanciest Frocks" X-493 - 1p - fashion page - from Modeling with Millie #28
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
      "The Artist and the Model!" X-599 - 5pp - from Millie the Model #119
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Stan Goldberg, Inks: Stan Goldberg
    1. Thor #143, August 1967 [published 1 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Jack Kirby, Vince Colletta and Marie Severin
      "And Soon Shall Come: the Enchanters" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Tales of Asgard: "To the Death" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
    2. Strange Tales #160, September 1967 [published 1 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "If This Planet You Would Save!" - Cover artist: Dan Adkins
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "Project: Blackout" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Steranko, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Jim Steranko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "If This Planet You Would Save!" - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Raymond Marais, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    3. Tales of Suspense #93, September 1967 [published 1 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "The Golden Gladiator and ... the Giant!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Capt. America: "Into the Jaws of ... A.I.M.!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    4. Sgt. Fury #45, August 1967 [published 1 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The War Lover!" - cover artist: John Severin
      "The War-Lover!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: John Severin, Inks: John Severin, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Not Brand Echh #2
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Awe-Inspiring Announcements For You to Yawn With!
      House ad 1-p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts, posters and buttons
      Tell It to Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    5. Marvel Tales #10, September 1967 [published 1 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p - on inside front cover
      Stan Lee, Sol Brodsky, Roy Thomas, John Verpoorten, Stan Goldberg, Morrie Kuramoto, Gary Friedrich, Flo Steinberg
      Spider-Man: "Kraven the Hunter!" - 22pp - from Spider-Man #15
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      House ad - 1p
      for Sgt. Fury King-Size Special #3
      Human Torch: "The Painter Of a Thousand Perils!" - 13pp - from Strange Tales #108
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Robert Berns (Robert Bernstein), Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Terry Szenics
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Awe-Inspired Announcemnts For You To Yarn With!
      Wasp Tells a Tale: "The Gypsy's Secret!" - 5pp - from Tales to Astonish #55
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letetrs: Sherigail (Bob Holloway)
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts, posters and buttons
      Thor: "The Day Loki Stole Thor's Magic Hammer" - 13pp - from Journey Into Mystery #92
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Robert Berns (Robert Bernstein), Pencils: Joe Sinnott, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Martin Epp
      House ad - 1p
      for Thor #143
    6. Kid Colt, Outlaw #136, September 1967 [published 1 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Intruders" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "The Intruders!" - 9pp
      Script: Dennis O'Neil, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sherigail (Ray Holloway)
      "Revenge Rides the Range!" - 8pp
      Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      "The Wild Ones" - 5pp
      Script: Sol Brodsky, Pencils: Tom Sutton, Inks: Tom Sutton, Letters: Artie Simek
      Kid Colt's Roundup - 1p
      Letters page
    7. Two-Gun Kid #89, Sept 1967 [published 1 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Three Rode Together!" - cover artist: Ogden Whitney
      "Three Rode Together!" - 17pp
      Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Ogden Whitney, Inks: Ogden Whitney
      "Lawman of Rattler's Bend!" - 5pp - non-series
      Script: Sol Brodsky, Pencils: Herb Trimpe, Inks: Herb Trimpe
      Tell It to Two-Gun - 1p
      Letters page
    8. Fantasy Masterpieces #10, August 1967 [published 8 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Beware! -- He Isn't Human!" and "There Were Five Frightened Men!" - cover artist: no original art
      All-Winners Squad: "The Crime of the Ages!" - 43pp - from All-Winners Comics #19, Fall 1946
      Script: Bill Finger, Pencils: Syd Shores, Vince Alascia, Al Avison and Bob Powell, Inks: Al Avison, Bob Powell, Al Gabriele, Don Rico, Vince Alascia and Al Bellman
      Fantasy Mailbag - 1p
      Letters page
      "There Were Five Frightened Men ...!" - 5pp - from Tales to Astonish #54, April 1964
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Paul Reinman
      "Beware! He Isn't Human!" V-493 - 7pp - from Journey Into Mystery #77, February 1962
      Plot: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
    9. Not Brand Echh #2, September 1967 [published 8 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: Marie Severin
      "This is a Contents Page?" - 1p
      Contents page
      Spidey-Man: "Peter Pooper Vs. Gnatman and Rotten" - 8pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      Ironed Man: "Magnut, Robot Biter!" - 7pp
      Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Knock Furious, Agent of S.H.E.E.S.H.: "The Blunder Agents!" - 7pp
      Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Marie Severin, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      Look What's Coming! - 1p
      Next issue blurb
    10. X-Men #35, August 1967 [published 8 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Along Came a Spider -- !" - Cover artist: Dan Adkins
      "Along Came a Spider" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Jerry Feldman
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Daredevil #31, August 1967 [published 8 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Blind Man's Bluff!" - Cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      "Blind Man's Bluff!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Art Simek
      Let's level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. Tales to Astonish #95, September 1967 [published 8 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "A World He Never Made!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby, Marie Severin and Herb Trimpe
      Sub-Mariner: "The Power of the Plunderer!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas and Raymond Marais, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "A World He Never Made!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    13. Fantastic Four #66, September 1967 [published 8 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "What Lurks Behind the Beehive?" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "What Lurks Behind the Beehive?" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Artie Simek
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Spider-Man #52, September 1967 [published 8 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "To Die a Hero!" - cover artist: John Romita
      "To Die a Hero" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel merchandise
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    15. Avengers #43, August 1967 [published 8 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: John Buscema and George Roussos
      "Color Him the Red Guardian" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: John Buscema, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Jerry Mann (Jerry Feldman)
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    16. Ghost Rider #4, August 1967 [published 8 June 1967]
      Cover:"And Men Shall Call Him .. Sting-Ray!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "And Men Shall Call Him Sting-Ray" - 17pp - reprinted in Night Rider #4, April 1975
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      "Six-Gun Showdown In Sundance" - 4pp (abridged) - from Two-Gun Kid #69, May 1964
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Sol Brodsky, Inks: Sol Brodsky
      Ghost Writers - 1p
      Letters page
    17. Millie the Model #153, September 1967

    Bombastic Bullpen
    Biography Dept.
    Pulsatin', Panoramic
    Pulchritudinous
    Pin-Up Dept.
    (female Avengers Pin-Up)

    July 1967

      Avengers King-Size Special #1, September 1967 [published 11 July 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: John Buscema and George Roussos
      "The Monstrous Master Plan of the Mandarin" - 49pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Art Simek
      Bombastic Bullpen Biography Dept. - 1p
      Text
      Preeeesenting: The Unconquerable Hercules! - 1p
      Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: George Roussos
      More Than Meets the Eye! - 2pp - The Avengers Mansion and Warehouse
      Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: George Roussos
      Pulsatin', Panoramic Pulchritudinous Pin-Up Dept. - 1p - Female Avengers Pin-Up page
      Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: George Roussos
      The Original Avengers -- and the New Avengers -- - 1p
      Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: George Roussos
      Daredevil King-Size Special #1, September 1967 [published 29 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Electro and His Emissaries of Evil!" - Cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      "Electro, and the Emissaries of Evil" - 39pp - probably occurs between DD nos. 34-35
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "Inside Daredevil" - 2pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "An Explanation" - 2pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "A Colorful Collection of DD's Cast of Characters" - 4pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "A Dazzling DD Memory Page" - 4pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "Blueprint For an All-Purpose Billy Club" - 1pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "At the Stroke of Midnight" - 3pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
    1. Thor #144, September 1967 [published 29 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "This Battleground Earth!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby, Vince Colletta and Marie Severin
      "This Battleground Earth" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Tales of Asgard: "The Beginning of the End" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
    2. Strange Tales #161, October 1967 [published 29 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Second Doom!" - Cover artist: Jim Steranko
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "The Second Doom" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Steranko, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Jim Steranko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "And a Scourge Shall Come Upon You!" - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Raymond Marais, Pencils: Dan Adkins, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    3. Tales of Suspense #94, October 1967 [published 29 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "If This Be ... Modok!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      Iron Man: "The Tragedy and the Triumph!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Capt. America: "If This Be ... Modok!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    4. Sgt. Fury #46, September 1967 [published 29 June 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "They Also Serve!" - cover artist: John Severin
      "They Also Serve!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: John Severin, Inks: John Severin, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      House ad - 1p
      for Avengers King-Size Special #1 and Daredevil King-Size Special #1
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      A Sagacious Smattering of Scuttlebutt, Scoops, and Space-Wasting Small-Talk!
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts, posters and buttons
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    5. Rawhide Kid #60, October 1967 [published 29 June 67]
    6. Marvel Collector's Item Classics #11, October 1967 [published 11 July 67]
      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 Micro-World of Doctor Doom!" - 22pp - from Fantastic Four #16
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts, posters and buttons
      Iron Man: "Face-To-Face With the Sinister Scarecrow" - 13pp - from Tales of Suspense #51
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Art Simek
      Dr. Strange: "The House of Shadows!" X-650 - 9pp - from Strange Tales #120
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      A Sagacious Smattering of Scuttlebutt, Scoops, and Space-Wasting Small-Talk!
      Hulk: "The Metal Master!" X-116 (Part One) - 10pp - from Hulk #6
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      House ad - 1p
      for Sgt. Fury King-Size Special #3
    7. Not Brand Echh #3, October 1967 [published 11 July 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: Marie Severin
      "This is a Contents Page?" - 1p
      Contents page
      Sore: "The Origin of Sore, Son of Shmodin!" - 8pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Artie Simek
      Bulk: "The Origin of Brucie Banter ... and Friend" - 7pp
      Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Marie Severin, Letters: Artie Simek
      Charlie America: "The Honest-to-Irving, True-Blue, Top Secret Original Origin of Charlie America!" - 7pp
      Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Tom Sutton, Inks: Tom Sutton
      The Bad Guys All Win - 1p
      Next issue blurb
    8. X-Men #36, September 1967 [published 11 July 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Mekano Lives!" - Cover artists: Ross Andru and Frank Giacoia
      "Mekano Lives" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Ross Andru, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    9. Daredevil #32, September 1967 [published 11 July 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "... To Fight the Impossible Fight!" - Cover artists: Gene Colan and John Tartaglione
      "... To Fight the Impossible Fight!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    10. Tales to Astonish #96, October 1967 [published 11 July 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Somewhere Stands Skull Island!" - cover artist: Dan Adkins
      Sub-Mariner: "Somewhere Stands ... Skull Island!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Raymond Marais, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "What Have I Created?" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    11. Fantastic Four #67, October 1967 [published 11 Jul 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "When Opens the Cocoon!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. Spider-Man #53, October 1967 [published 11 July 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: John Romita and Mike Esposito
      "Enter: Dr. Octopus" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Art Simek
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Marvel merchandise
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Avengers #44, September 1967 [published 11 July 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: John Buscema and Vince Colletta
      "The Valient Also Die" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: John Buscema, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page

    14. Ghost Rider #5, September 1967 [published 11 July 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Tarantula Strikes Back!" - cover artist: Dick Ayers
      "The Tarantula Strikes Back" - 20pp - reprinted in Night Rider #5, June 1975
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Jerry Feldman
      Ghost Writers - 1p
      Letters page
    15. Millie the Model #154, October 1967
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: Sol Brodsky
      "How Millie Became a Model" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Sol Brodsky, Inks: Sol Brodsky
      "A Peach At the Beach" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Sol Brodsky, Inks: Sol Brodsky
      "The Window-Shoppers!" - 1p
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Sol Brodsky, Inks: Sol Brodsky
      "A Passion For Fashion!" - 6pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Sol Brodsky, Inks: Sol Brodsky
      Millie's Marvelous Mail" - 1p
      Letters page

    August 1967

      Fantastic Four King-Size Special #5, November 1967 [published 1 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia
      Contents
      On inside front cover
      "Divide -- and Conquer!" - 30pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "This Is a Plot?" - 3pp
      Script: Jack Kirby, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: L.P. Gregory (Gaspar Saladino)
      The Incomparable Inhumans - 7pp
      Pin-Ups of Black Bolt, Gorgon, Medusa, Karnak, Triton, Crystal and Maximus
      The Greatest Array of Supporting Characters Ever Assembled in One Issue! - 1p
      Group portrait of Galactus, Silver Surfer, Watcher, Alicia Masters, Wyatt Wingfoot, Black Panther, Lockjaw and Dr. Doom
      Fantastic Four Pin-Up - 2pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott
      "The Peerless Power of the Silver Surfer" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Artie Simek
      House Ad (or possibly a paid advertisement) - 1/2p
      Super-Heroes Club ad for posters and buttons
      Spider-Man King-Size Special #4, November 1967 [published 1 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Web and the Flame!" - cover artists: Larry Lieber and Mike Esposito
      "The Web and the Flame" - 41pp - this story takes place inbetween 'Spider-Man' nos. 52-53
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Jerry Feldman
      "The Coffee Bean Barn" - 2pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Mike Esposito, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "What the Well-Dressed Spider-Man Will Wear" - 2pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Mike Esposito, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "Spidey's Greatest Talent" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Mike Esposito, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "Say 'Hello' to Spidey's Favorite Foes" - 2pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Mike Esposito, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "A Visit To Petey's Pad" - 2pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Mike Esposito, Letters: Sam Rosen
    1. Thor #145, October 1967 [published 1 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Abandoned On Earth!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "Abandoned On Earth" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Tales of Asgard: "The End" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
    2. Strange Tales #162, November 1967 [published 1 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "From the Never-World Comes ... Nebulos!" - Cover artist: Dan Adkins
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "So Evil, the Night!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Steranko, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "From the Never-World Comes ... Nebulos!" - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Lawrence, Pencils: Dan Adkins, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    3. Tales of Suspense #95, November 1967 [published 1 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "If a Man Be Stone!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "If a Man Be Stone!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: L.P. Gregory (Gaspar Saladino)
      Capt. America: "A Time to Die -- a Time to Live!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    4. Sgt. Fury #47, October 1967 [published 1 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Tea and Sabotage!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Severin
      "Tea and Sabotage!" - 2pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Severin, Letters: Artie Simek
      House ad - 1/2 p
      for posters and buttons
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Welcome to the Wonderful World of Marvel Madness!
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four King-Size Special #5, Spider-Man King-Size Special #4, T-shirts and sweatshirts
      Tell It To Fury - 1p
      Letters page
      The Winner! - 1p
      for Divisional Patch contest
    5. Marvel Tales #11, November 1967 [published 1 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Spidey Battles Daredevil!" "The Sorcerer and Pandora's Box!" "Thor and Loki Attack the Human Race!" and "Beware the Bog Beast!" - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p - on inside front cover
      Supervision: Stan Lee, Production: Sol Brodsky, Proofreading: Roy Thomas, Colors: Stan Goldberg, Corrections: John Verpoorten, Correspondence: Flo Steinberg, Assistant: Gary Friedrich
      Spider-Man: "Duel With Daredevil" - 22pp - from Spider-Man #16
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Human Torch: "The Sorcerer and Pandora's Box" - 13pp - from Strange Tales #109
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: R. Berns (Robert Bernsetin), Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Marty Epp
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four King-Size Special #5, Spider-Man King-Size Special #4, T-shirts and sweatshirts
      Wasp Tells a Tale: "Beware the Bog Beast!" X-646 - 5pp - from Tales to Astonish #56
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Paul Reinman, Letters: Art Simek
      Thor: "Thor and Loki Attack the Human Race!" - 13pp - from Journey Into Mystery #94
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Robert Berns (Robert Bernstein), Pencils: Joe Sinnott, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1/2 p
      for posters and buttons
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Welcome To the Wonderful World of Marvel Madness!
    6. Kid Colt, Outlaw #137, November 1967 [published 1 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Bounty Hunter and the Bull-Whip!" and "McClintrok's Guns!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and Vince Colletta
      "The Bounty-Hunter and the Bullwhip!" - 9pp
      Script: Ron Whyte, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      "McClintrock's Guns" - 8pp
      Script: Sol Brodsky, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      "Blazing Showdown" - 5pp
      Script: Sol Brodsky, Pencils: Tom Sutton, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Sherigail (Ray Holloway)
      Kid Colt's Roundup - 1p
      Letters page
    7. Two-Gun Kid #90, Nov 1967 [published 1 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Condemned to Hang!" - cover artist: unknown
      "Condemned to Hang!" - 9pp
      Script: Dennis O'Neil, Pencils: Ogden Whitney, Inks: Ogden Whitney
      "Moose Morgan, Gunman at Large!" - 13pp - from Two-Gun Kid #62
      to be added later
      Tell It to Two-Gun - 1p
      Letters page
    8. Fantasy Masterpieces #11, October 1967 [published 8 Aug 67] -- last with this title
      Cover:
      Cover titles: "Origin of Toro ..." "The Origin of the Black Knight!" and "Morgan's Monster!" - cover artist: Larry Lieber
      Contents - 1p
      On inside front cover
      Human Torch: "Introducing Toro, the Flaming Torch Kid" - 19pp - from Human Torch #1, Fall 1940
      Script: Carl Burgos, Pencils: Carl Burgos, Inks: Carl Burgos
      Sub-Mariner: Untitled - 6pp - from Sub-Mariner #34, June 1954
      Script: Bill Everett, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett
      Black Knight: "The Menace of Mordred the Evil!" - 10pp - from Black Knight #1, May 1955
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Joe Maneely, Inks: Joe Maneely
      "Mister Morgan's Monster" 7pp - from Strange Tales #99, August 1962
      Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers
      Capt. America: "Hotel of Death" - 13pp - from Capt. America #10, January 1942
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
      House Ad - 1/2p
      Super-Heroes Club merchandise
    9. Not Brand Echh #4, November 1967 [published 8 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: Marie Severin
      "This is a Contents Page?" - 1p
      Contents page
      Scaredevil: "Defeated by the Evil Electrico!" - 8pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Artie Simek
      Sunk-Mariner: "Kayoed by Krank!" - 7pp
      Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Marie Severin, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Ecchs-Men: "If Magneat-o Should Clobber Us .." - 7pp
      Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Tom Sutton, Inks: Tom Sutton, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "This is a Letters Page?" - 1p
      Letters page
    10. X-Men #37, October 1967 [published 8 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "We, the Jury!" - Cover artists: Don Heck and Frank Giacoia
      "We, the Jury" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Ross Andru, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Art Simek
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Daredevil #33, October 1967 [published 8 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Behold the Beetle!" - Cover artists: Gene Colan and Dick Ayers
      "Behold ... the Beetle!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Art Simek
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. Tales to Astonish #97, November 1967 [published 8 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Legions of the Living Lightning!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby, Marie Severin and Herb Trimpe
      Sub-Mariner: "The Sovereign and the Savages" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: L.P. Gregory (Gaspar Saladino)
      Hulk: "The Legions of: the Living Lightning!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: L.P. Gregory (Gaspar Saladino)
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    13. Fantastic Four #68, November 1967 [published 8 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "His Mission: Destroy the Fantastic Four!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "His Mission: Destroy the Fantastic Four!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Spider-Man #54, November 1967 [published 8 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Tentacles and the Trap!" - cover artist: John Romita
      "The Tentacles and the Trap" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four King-Size Special #5, Spider-Man King-Size Special #4 and Marvel merchandise
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    15. Avengers #45, October 1967 [published 8 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Blitzkrieg In Central Park!" - cover artists: John Buscema and Vince Colletta
      "Blitzkrieg In Central Park" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    16. Ghost Rider #6, October 1967 [published 8 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Behold .. a Flaming Star!' - cover artists: Dick Ayers and Vince Colletta
      "Behold, a Flaming Star" - 20pp - reprinted in Night Rider #6, August 1975
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: Al Kurzrok
      Ghost Writers - 1p
      Letters page
    17. Millie the Model #155, November 1967

    September 1967

    1. Thor #146, November 1967 [published 31 Aug 67] - "Origin of the Inhumans" series begins
      Cover:
      Cover title: ".. If the Thunder Be Gone!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "If the Thunder be Gone" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Origins of the Inhumans: "The Origin of the Incomaparable Inhumans" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
    2. Strange Tales #163, December 1967 [published 31 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "And the Dragon Cried ... Death!" - Cover artist: Jim Steranko
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "And the Dragon Cried ... Death!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Steranko, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "Three Faces of Doom!" - 10pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Lawrence, Pencils: Dan Adkins, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    3. Tales of Suspense #96, December 1967 [published 31 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "To Be Reborn" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "The Deadly Victory!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Capt. America: "To Be Reborn!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    4. Sgt. Fury #48, November 1967 [published 31 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "... If Britain Should Fall!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Severin
      "If Britain Should Fall..." - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Severin, Letters: L.P. Gregory (Gaspar Saladino)
      House ad - 1/2 p
      for posters and buttons
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Instant Info, Insanely Inspired By Irrelevant Items of Incredible Inconsequence!
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four King-Size Special #5, Spider-Man King-Size Special #4, T-shirts and sweatshirts
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    5. Marvel Collector's Item Classics #12, December 1967 [published 31 Aug 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p
      Stan Lee, Sol Brodsky, John Verpoorten, Stan Goldberg, Roy Thomas, Flo Steinberg and Gary Friedrich
      Fantastic Four: "Defeated by Doctor Doom!" - 22pp - from Fantastic Four #17
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      Iron Man: "The Crimson Dynamo Strikes Again!" - 13pp - from Tales of Suspense #52
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: N. Korok (Jerry Siegle), Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four King-Size Special #5, Spider-Man King-Size Special #4, T-shirts and sweatshirts
      Dr. Strange: "Witchcraft In the Wax Museum!" - 9pp - from Strange Tales #121
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "The Metal Master!" X-116 (Part Two) - 9pp - from Hulk #6
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
      House ad - 1/2 p
      for posters and buttons
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Instant Info, Insanely Inspired by Irrelevant Items of Incredible Inconsequence!
    6. Rawhide Kid #61, December 1967 [published 31 Aug 67]
    7. Not Brand Echh #5, December 1967 [published 7 Sept 67] -- last monthly issue
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Forbush-Man" - cover artist: Tom Sutton
      "This is a Contents Page" - 1p
      Contents page
      Forbush-Man: "The Origin of ... Forbush-Man" - 8pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Tom Sutton, Letters: Artie Simek
      Revengers:"The Revengers Vs Charlie America!" - 7pp
      Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      "The Ever-Lovin' Thung Vs The Inedible Bulk!" - 7pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      "This is a Letters Page?" - 1p
      Letters page
    8. X-Men #38, November 1967 [published 7 Sept 67] - "Origin of the X-Men" series begins
      Cover:
      Cover Title: none - Cover artist: Dan Adkins
      "The Sinister Shadow of Doomsday" - 15pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: George Bell (George Roussos), Letters: L.P. Gregory (Gaspar Saladino)
      Origins of the X-Men: Origin of Cyclops: "A Man Called X" - 5pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: John Verpoorten, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    9. Daredevil #34, November 1967 [published 7 Sept 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "To Squash a Beetle!" - Cover artists: Gene Colan and Bill Everett
      "To Squash a Beetle!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Art Simek
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    10. Tales to Astonish #98, December 1967 [published 7 Sept 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "... To Destroy the Realm Eternal!" - cover artist: Dan Adkins
      Sub-Mariner: "... To Destroy the Realm Eternal!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Art Simek
      Hulk: "The Puppet and the Power!" - 10pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    11. Fantastic Four #69, December 1967 [published 7 Sept 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "By Ben Betrayed!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "By Ben Betrayed!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. Spider-Man #55, December 1967 [published 7 Sept 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Doc Ock Wins!" - cover artists: John Romita and Mike Esposito
      "Doc Ock Wins" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for Fantastic Four King-Size Special #5, Spider-Man King-Size Special #4 and Marvel merchandise
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Avengers #46, November 1967 [published 7 Sept 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Agony and the Anthill!" - cover artists: John Buscema and George Roussos
      "The Agony and the Anthill" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: John Buscema, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Ghost Rider #7, November 1967 [published 7 Sept 67] -- cancelled
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Macabre Mystery of Massacre Mountain!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and Vince Colletta
      "The Macabre Mystery of Massacre Mountain - 17pp
      Edtior: Stan Lee, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      "The Tough Ones" - 5pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Plot: Herb Trimpe, Script: Dennis O'Neil, Pencils: Herb Trimpe, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      Ghost Writers - 1p
      Letters page
    15. Millie the Model #156, December 1967 -- last monthly issue

    October 1967

    1. Thor #147, December 1967 [published 3 Oct 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Wrath of Odin!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "The Wrath of Odin" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Origins of the Inhumans: "The Reason Why" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
    2. Strange Tales #164, January 1968 [published 3 Oct 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Nightmare!" - Cover artist: Dan Adkins
      Dr. Strange: "Nightmare!" - 11pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Lawrence, Pencils: Dan Adkins, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "When Comes ... Black Noon!" - 12pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Steranko, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Bill Everett, Letters: Art Simek
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    3. Tales of Suspense #97, January 1968 [published 3 Oct 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Coming of ... Whiplash!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "The Coming of ... Whiplash!" - 12pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Capt. America: "And So It Begins -- !" - 11pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    4. Sgt. Fury #49, December 1967 [published 3 Oct 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "On To Tarawa!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Severin
      "On To Tarawa!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Severin, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for Spider-Man #56
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Who Says This Isn't the Marvel Age Of Batty Bulletins?
      House ad - 1p
      for M.M.M.S., T-shirts and sweatshirts
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    5. Marvel Tales #12, January 1968 [published 3 Oct 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Return Of the Green Goblin!" - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p - on inside front cover
      Editor: Stan Lee, Production: Sol Brodsky, Proofreading: Roy Thomas, Art Corrections: John Verpoorten, Colors: Stan Goldberg, Assistant: Gary Friedrich, Secretary: Flo Steinberg
      Spider-Man: "The Return Of the Green Goblin!" - 22pp - from Spider-Man #17
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Human Torch: "The Wizard and Paste-Pot Pete!" - 13pp - from Strange Tales #110
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: H.E. Huntley (Ernie Hart), Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: John Duffy
      Wasp: "The Magician and the Maiden!" - 7pp - from Tales to Astonish #56
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Larry Lieber, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Thor: "Challenged By the Human Cobra!: - 13pp - from Journey Into Mystery #98
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Art Simek
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Who Says This Isn't the Marvel Age of Batty Bulletins?
    6. Kid Colt, Outlaw #138, January 1968 [published 3 Oct 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The End of An Outlaw!" - cover artists: Werner Roth and Vince Colletta
      "The End of an Outlaw?" - 9pp
      Script: Dennis O'Neil, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Art Simek
      "The Avenging Son!" - 8pp
      Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      "The Brave One!" - 5pp - non-series
      Script: Bill Everett, Pencils: Bill Molno, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sherigail (Ray Holloway)
      Kid Colt's Roundup - 1p
      Letters page
    7. Two-Gun Kid #91, January 1968 [published 3 Oct 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Border Hawk!" - cover artist: Ogden Whitney
      "On the Trail of ... The Border Hawk" - 9pp
      Script: Raymond Marais, Pencils: Ogden Whitney, Inks: Ogden Whitney
      "Wanted: The Two-Gun Kid!" - 8pp
      Script: Gary Friedrich and Ron Whyte, Pencils: Ogden Whitney, Inks: Ogden Whitney
      "The Medicine-Man" or "The Parable of the Pitchman's Pitch" - 5pp - non-series: Script: Bill Everett, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett
      Tell It to Two-Gun - 1p
      Letters page
    8. Marvel Super-Heroes #12, December 1968 [published 10 Oct 67] -- retitled
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Coming of Captain Marvel!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      Contents - 1p - on inside front cover
      Editor: Stan Lee, Production Chief: Sol Brodsky, Associate Editor: Roy Thomas, Assistant Editor: Gary Friedrich, Corrections: John Verpoorten, Colors: Stan Goldberg, Production Assistant: Morrie Kuramoto, Secretary: Flo Steinberg
      Capt. Marvel: "The Coming Of Captain Marvel!" - 15pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Artie Simek
      Human Torch: Untitled E-241 - 8pp - from Men's Adventures #27
      Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Dick Ayers
      Destroyer: "The Beachhead Blitz!" - 7pp - from All Winners Comics #12
      Pencils: Don Rico, Inks: Don Rico
      Capt. America: "Kill Captain America!" - 7pp - from Men's Adventures #28
      Pencils: John Romita, Inks: John Romita
      Black Knight: Untitled [referred to on the cover as "The Abduction of King Arthur"] - 8pp - from Black Knight #1
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Joe Maneely, Inks: Joe Maneely
      Sub-Mariner: "The Sub-Mariner Strikes!" - 8pp - from Sub-Mariner #38
      Script: Bill Everett, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Who Says This Isn't the Marvel Age of Batty Bulletins?
      House ad - 1p
      for MMMS, T-shirts and sweatshirts
      Marvel Mailbag - 1p
      Letters page
    9. Daredevil #35, December 1967 [published 10 Oct 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Daredevil Dies First!" - Cover artists: Gene Colan and Bill Everett
      "Daredevil Dies First" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Art Simek
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    10. Fantastic Four #70, January 1968 [published 10 Oct 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "When Fall the Mighty!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "When Fall the Mighty!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Spider-Man #56, January 1968 [published 10 Oct 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: John Romita
      "Disaster!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: John Romita, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for new M.M.M.S.
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. X-Men #39, December 1967 [published 10 Oct 67] -- get new costumes at end of story
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Fateful Finale!" - Cover artist: George Tuska
      "The Fateful Finale" - 15pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Art Simek
      Origins of the X-Men: Origin of Cyclops: "Lonely Are the Hunted" - 5pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: John Verpoorten, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Tales to Astonish #99, January 1968 [published 10 Oct 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "When the Monster Wakes!" - cover artists: Marie Severin and Dan Adkins
      Hulk: "When the Monster Wakes!" - 11pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Sub-Mariner: "When Falls the Holocaust!" - 11pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Archie Goodwin, Pencils: Dan Adkins, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: L.P. Gregory (Gaspar Saladino)
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    14. Avengers #47, December 1967
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Magneto Walks the Earth!" - cover artists: Don Heck and Frank Giacoia
      "Magneto Walks the Earth" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: John Buscema, Inks: George Tuska, Letters: L.P. Gregory (Gaspar Saladino)
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page

    November 1967

    1. Thor #148, January 1968 [published 2 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "Let There Be Chaos" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Origins of the Inhumans: "And Finally: Black Bolt" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
    2. Strange Tales #165, February 1968 [published 2 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Behold the Savage Sky!" - Cover artist: Jim Steranko
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "Behold the Savage Sky!" - 11pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Steranko, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "The Mystic and the Machine!" - 11pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Lawrence, Pencils: Dan Adkins, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      Strange Mails - 1p
      Letters page
    3. Tales of Suspense #98, February 1968 [published 2 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Syd Shores
      Capt. America: "The Claws of the Panther!" - 11pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
      Iron Man: "The Warrior and the Whip!" - 11pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails of Suspense - 1p
      Letters page
    4. Rawhide Kid #62, February 1968 [published 2 Nov 67]
    5. Sgt. Fury #50, January 1968 [published 2 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Invasion Begins!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Severin
      "On the Beach Waits Death!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Severin, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad for Marvel Super-Heroes #12 and Spider-Man #57
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      Face Front! Hang Loose! 'Nuff Said!
      House ad - 1p
      for M.M.M.S., T-shirts and sweatshirts
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    6. Not Brand Echh #6, February 1968 [published 9 Nov 67] -- begins bi-monthly schedule
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Big, Batty Love and Hisses Issue!" - cover artist: Marie Severin
      "This is a Contents Page?" - 1p
      Contents page
      Human Scorch: "The Human Scorch Has To ... Meet the Family!" - 8pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Tom Sutton, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Deranged: "Best Side Story!" - 7pp
      Plot: Roy Thomas, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Tom Sutton, Inks: Tom Sutton, Letters: L.P. Gregory (Gaspar Saladino)
      Spidey-Man: "The Wedding of Spidey-Man, or ... With This Ring, I Thee Web!" - 7pp
      Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Marie Severin, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      "This is a Letters Page?" - 1p
      Letters page
    7. Daredevil #36, January 1968 [published 9 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Name of the Game Is ... Mayhem!" - Cover artists: Gene Colan and Paul Reinman
      "The Name of the Game Is Mayhem!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    8. Fantastic Four #71, February 1968 [published 9 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "... And So It Ends ..." - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    9. Spider-Man #57, February 1968 [published 9 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: John Romita
      "The Coming of Ka-Zar" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: John Romita, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for new M.M.M.S.
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    10. X-Men #40, January 1968 [published 9 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Mark of the Monster!" - Cover artist: George Tuska
      "The Mark of the Monster" - 15pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: George Tuska, Letters: Art Simek
      Origins of the X-Men: Origin of Cyclops: "The First Evil Mutant" - 5pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: John Verpoorten, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Tales to Astonish #100, February 1968 [published 9 Nov 67] -- special issue
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artists: Marie Severin and Dan Adkins
      Sub-Mariner & Hulk: "Let There Be Battle!" - 22pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    12. Avengers #48, January 1968 [published 9 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Black Knight Lives Again!" - cover artist: George Tuska
      "The Black Knight Lives Again" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: George Tuska, Inks: George Tuska, Letters: Art Simek
      Avengers Assemble! - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. Captain Savage #1, January 1968 [published 9 Nov 67] -- new title
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Last Banzai!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and Syd Shores
      "The Last Banzai!" - 21pp - occurs inbetween Sgt. Fury nos. 49 and 50
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Syd Shores, Letters: Artie Simek
    14. Marvel Collector's Item Classics #13, February 1968 [published 9 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: none - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p
      Stan Lee, Sol Brodsky, Roy Thomas, John Verpoorten, Stan Goldberg, Morrie Kuramoto, Gary Friedrich and Flo Steinberg
      Fantastic Four: "A Skrull Walks Among Us!" - 21pp - from Fantastic Four #18
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Dick Ayers, Letters: Art Simek
      House ad - 1p
      for M.M.M.S., T-shirts and sweatshirts
      Iron Man: "The Black Widow Strikes Again!" - 13pp - from Tales of Suspense #53
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: N. Korok (Jerry Siegle), Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Dr. Strange: "The World Beyond" - 9pp - from Strange Tales #122
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: George Roussos, Letters: Art Simek
      Tales of the Watcher: "The Failure!" - 5pp - from Tales of Suspense #52 (reference to cover date is wrong)
      Plot: Stan Lee, Script: Larry Lieber, Pencils: Larry Lieber, Inks: Paul Reinman, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Hulk: "The Metal Master!" X-116 (Part Three) - 7pp - from Hulk #6
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Art Simek
    15. Millie the Model #157, February 1968 -- resumes bi-monthly schedule

    December 1967

    1. Thor #149, February 1968 [published 30 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "When Falls a Hero!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
      "When Falls a Hero" - 16pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Origins of the Inhumans: "Silence or Death" - 5pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Art Simek
    2. Strange Tales #166, March 1968 [published 30 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Nothing Can halt ... Voltorg!" - Cover artist: Dan Adkins
      Dr. Strange: "Norhing Can Halt ... Voltorg!" - 11pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Plot: Dan Adkins, Script: Jim Lawrence, Pencils: George Tuska, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Art Simek
      Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "If Death Be My Destiny!" - 11pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Jim Steranko, Pencils: Jim Steranko, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
    3. Tales of Suspense #99, March 1968 [published 30 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "At the Mercy of the Maggia!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      Iron Man: "At the Mercy of the Maggia" - 11pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Archie Goodwin, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Craig, Letters: Art Simek
      Capt. America: "The Man Who Lived Twice!" - 11pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Syd Shores, Letters: Art Simek
    4. Sgt. Fury #51, February 1968 [published 30 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "The Assassin!" - cover artists: Dick Ayers and John Severin
      "The Assassin!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: John Severin, Letters: L.P. Gregory (Gaspar Saladino)
      House ad - 1p
      for Thor #149 and Spider-Man #58
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      More Batty Bulletins To Bewilder, Bewitch, and Bedazzle Thee!
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts and M.M.M.S.
      Tell It To Fury - 2pp
      Letters page
    5. Marvel Tales #13, March 1968 [published 30 Nov 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The End Of Spider-Man!" - cover artist: no original art
      Contents - 1p - on inside front cover
      Editor: Stan Lee, Production: Sol Brodsky, Help: Roy Thomas, Art: John Verpoorten, Assist: Gary Friedrich, Color: Stan Goldberg, Letters: Morrie Kuramoto, Secretary: Flo Steinberg
      Spider-Man: "The End Of Spider-Man!" - 22pp - from Spider-Man #18
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Steve Ditko, Inks: Steve Ditko, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Boy: "Marvel Boy and the Lost World" - 12pp - from Marvel Boy #1
      Pencils: Russ Heath, Inks: Russ Heath
      House ad - 1p
      for Thor #149 and Spider-Man #58
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      More Batty Bulletins to Bewilder, Bewitch and Bedazzle Thee!
      Giant-Man & the Wasp: "Let's Learn About Hank and Jan ... " - 5pp - from Tales to Astonish #59
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Paul Reinman, Letters: Sam Rosen
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts and M.M.M.S.
      Thor: "The Mysterious Mister Hyde!" - 13pp - from Journey Into Mystery #99
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Don Heck, Letetrs: Art Simek
      House ad - 1p
      for Tales of Suspense #99
    6. Kid Colt, Outlaw #139, March 1968 [published 30 Nov 67] -- cancelled
      Cover:
      Cover title: "The Robin Hood Raider!" and "Showdown at the Silver Spur!" - cover artists: Werner Roth and Dick Ayers
      "The Robin Hood Raider!" - 9pp
      Script: Ron Whyte, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      "Showdown At the Silver Spur!" - 8pp
      Script: Gary Friedrich, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: Herb Trimpe, Letters: Al Kurzrok
      "Targo" - 5pp
      Script: Denny O'Neil, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Jay Noel, Letters: Shelly Leferman
      Kid Colt's Roundup - 1p
      Letters page
    7. Two-Gun Kid #92, Mar 1968 [published 30 Nov 67] -- cancelled
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Six-Shooter Jury!" - cover artist: Ogden Whitney
      "Six-Shooter Jury!" - 9pp
      Script: Dennis O'Neil, Pencils: Ogden Whitney, Inks: Ogden Whitney
      "Revenge Rides the Rails!" - 8pp
      Script: Ogden Whitney, Pencils: Ogden Whitney, Inks: Ogden Whitney
      Kid Colt, Outlaw: "Gunduel in the Desert!" - 5pp - from Kid Colt, Outlaw #91
      to be added later
      Tell It to Two-Gun - 1p
      Letters page
    8. Groovy #1, March 1968 -- no portrait logo
    9. Marvel Super-Heroes #13, March 1968 [published 12 Dec 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Where Stalks the Sentry!" - cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      Contents - 1p
      Editor: Stan Lee, Production: Sol Brodsky, Associate Editor: Roy Thomas, Colors: Stan Goldberg, Corrections: John Verpoorten, Assistant Editor: Gary Friedrich, Secretary: Flo Steinberg
      Capt. Marvel: "Where Stalks the Sentry!" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Paul Reinman, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Black Knight: Untitled [features Vikings] - 6pp - from Black Knight #2
      Pencils: Joe Maneely, Inks: Joe Maneely
      House ad - 1p
      for T-shirts, sweatshirts and M.M.M.S.
      Human Torch: "Human Torch - Fugitive At Large!" - 5pp - from Sub-Mariner #35
      Pencils: Dick Ayers, Inks: Dick Ayers
      Vision: Untitled [antagonist is Enric Zagnar] - 7pp - from Marvel Mystery Comics #25
      Script: Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Simon
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      More Batty Bulletins To Bewilder, Bewitch, and Bedazzle Thee!
      Capt. America: "Top Secret!" - 7pp - from Young Men #25
      Pencils: John Romita, Inks: John Romita
      Sub-Mariner: "Invasion!!" - 8pp - from Sub-Mariner #35
      Script: Bill Everett, Pencils: Bill Everett, Inks: Bill Everett
      Marvel Mailbag - 1p
      Letters page
    10. Daredevil #37, February 1968 [published 12 Dec 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Don't Look Now But It's ... Dr. Doom!" - Cover artists: Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia
      "Don't Look Now, But It's -- Dr. Doom!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: John Tartaglione, Letters: Art Simek
      Let's Level With Daredevil - 2pp
      Letters page
    11. Fantastic Four #72, March 1968 [published 12 Dec 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Where Soars the Silver Surfer!" - Cover artists: Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
      "Where Soars the Silver Surfer!" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Jack Kirby, Inks: Joe Sinnott, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Fantastic Four Fan Page - 2pp
      Letters page
    12. Spider-Man #58, March 1968
      Cover:
      Cover title: "To Kill a Spider-Man!" - cover artist: John Romita
      "To Kill a Spider-Man" - 20pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Layouts: John Romita, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: Mickey Demeo (Mike Esposito), Letters: Sam Rosen
      Marvel Bullpen Bulletins - 1p
      House Ad - 1p
      for new M.M.M.S.
      The Spider's Web - 2pp
      Letters page
    13. X-Men #41, February 1968 [published 12 Dec 67]
      Cover:
      Cover Title: "Now Strikes the Sub-Human!" - Cover artists: Don Heck and George Tuska
      "Now Strikes ... The Sub-Human!" - 15pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Don Heck, Inks: George Tuska, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Origins of the X-Men: Origin of Cyclops: "The Living Diamond!" - 5pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Werner Roth, Inks: John Verpoorten, Letters: Sam Rosen
      Mutant Mailbox - 2pp
      Letters page
    14. Tales to Astonish #101, March 1968 [published 12 Dec 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Where Walk the Immortals!" - cover artists: Jack Kirby, Marie Severin and Frank Giacoia
      Hulk: "Where Walk the Immortals!" - 11pp
      Script: Stan Lee, Pencils: Marie Severin, Inks: Frank Giacoia, Letters: Art Simek
      Sub-Mariner: "... And Evil Shall Beckon!" - 11pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Archie Goodwin, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Dan Adkins, Letters: Art Simek
      Mails to Astonish - 1p
      Letters page
    15. Avengers #49, February 1968 [published 12 Dec 67]
      Cover:
      Cover title: "Mine Is the Power!" - cover artist: John Buscema
      "Mine Is the Power" - 20pp
      Editor: Stan Lee, Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: John Buscema, Inks: John Buscema, Letters: Art Simek
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