Nothing's Gonna Touch You In These Golden Years; Double's Jeopardy last edited by pikahyper on 09/13/19 12:08AM View full history

Howard's big first case goes off the rails as he's pulled into investigating a NYC crime spree!

But this spree features a Very Special Guest Star!

We'll only give you one hint: they're a Marvel Comics character who has "died" before! Hope that narrows it down for you, True Believer!

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RegRegular CoverJoe Quinones (a) & Rico Renzi (c)1
VarVariant CoverJason Latour3
VarNew York City Variant CoverBobby Rubio4
2ndSecond Printing CoverJoe Quinones (a) & Rico Renzi (c)2
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The biggest threat of all...the Elderly. 0

Recap:OK, Wow. So the third issue of Howard the Duck begins with a mugging by Aunt May. She got away with the necklace. If the Collector wasn't bad enough... now things get really dangerous. He has to delve into the city's dark seedy underbelly to wrestle it away from a gang of the elderly. There is a lot more to it than that (like full nudity), but everybody needs to go buy it and read it right now. There is also an amazing mini-story right after about Howard taking a job for a Wolverine look a...

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