Mighty Marvel Calendar For 1975

Vol. 1 No. 1 (1974)

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Mighty Marvel Calendar For 1975 (1974)
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Mighty Marvel Calendar For 1975

Published by Simon & Schuster, this isn't exactly a comic, however it does reprint parts of comics throughout. October artwork features Dracula, Werewolf by Night, Man-Thing and the Frankenstein Monster.

Reprints include:

  • cover from "Amazing Spider-Man" no. 1, Mar 1963
  • panel 4, page 4 of 'The Final Chapter!' from "Amazing Spider-Man" no. 33, Feb 1966
  • panel 3, page 8 of 'The Origin of Dr. Strange' from "Strange Tales" no. 115, Dec 1963
  • Dr. Strange face, panel 3, page 1 of 'Those Who Would Destroy Me!' from "Strange Tales" no. 142, Mar 1966
  • Dormammu figure, page 1 of 'Duel With the Dread Dormammu!' from "Strange Tales" no. 127, Dec 1964
  • Eye of Agamotto, panel 3, page 1 of 'Those Who Would Destroy Me!' from "Strange Tales" no. 142, Mar 1966
  • panel 2, page 3 of 'Duel With the Dread Dormammu!' from "Strange Tales" no. 127, Dec 1964
  • Kraven figure, page 14 of 'A Gallery of Spider-Man's Most Famous Foes!' from the "Amazing Spider-Man Annual" no. 1, 1964
  • Electro figure, page 10 of 'A Gallery of Spider-Man's Most Famous Foes!' from the "Amazing Spider-Man Annual" no. 1, 1964
  • Sandman figure, page 6 of 'A Gallery of Spider-Man's Most Famous Foes!' from the "Amazing Spider-Man Annual" no. 1, 1964

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