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Smash - (Parker / Cruz) Agent Duncan of the F.B.I. asks Professor X if he can help the Army with a problem they have - locating and containing a threat in the Colorado wilderness. The X-Men are totally unprepared for the full might of the Incredible Hulk!

The Talking Board - (Parker / Coover) When the boys are gathered in the living room playing with a ouija board, Marvel Girl decides to have a little fun at their expense.



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The Difficulty of Showing the Silver Age Today 0

There are a couple things I didn't like about this comic.  The first is a page of backstory on the Hulk is reprinted and appears at the beginning - literally as a page out of a comic book with commentary by the X-men beneath it. We know that in the Silver Age, the Hulk was a comic book in the Marvel Universe, because we saw The Thing reading it in The Fantastic Four. But this always was a problem for me, since the Hulk's secret identity as Bruce Banner should then be public knowledge. But, this ...

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