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Appearing in "Where Walk the Immortals!"Edit

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    Appearing in "...And Evil Shall Beckon!"Edit

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  • Cover art: Hulk figure by Severin (pencils) and Giacoia (inks), the rest is by Kirby (pencils) and Shores (inks).
  • With Marvel Comics no longer under a contracted publishing deal with DC Comics to have their titles published, Marvel was able to publish more titles. As a result, Tales to Astonish had been discontinued to make way for independent titles for both the Sub-Mariner and the Hulk. The Hulk would appear in his own title The Incredible Hulk which would continue publication using the Tales to Astonish issue numbering, the first issue being #102. However, as the Sub-Mariner would have one more serialized story completed for a half-book format, he and Iron Man (who had his next story in must the same condition when Tales of Suspense changed to Captain America) would appear in a one-shot titled Iron Man and Sub-Mariner #1 before appearing in the premiere issue Sub-Mariner #1.
  • A second volume of Tales to Astonish would appear in 1979 and last 14 issue and would reprint a number of the Sub-Mariner stories (although altered) from the original Tales to Astonish run. A third volume of Tales to Astonish would appear in 1994, but would only be a one shot. It would feature a story featuring the first group of heroes to appear in the pages of Tales to Astonish: Henry Pym, the Wasp and the Hulk.


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