Vintage Comics Marvel’s Fantastic Four Number 128 November 1972 Bagged And Boarded Fantastic Cover Art
Marvel’s Fantastic Four Number 128 November 1972 Bagged And Boarded Fantastic Cover Art “Death in a Dark and Lonely Place!” Part 2 of 2. This issue includes a great 4-page glossy insert (with art by John Buscema) of the FF’s friends and foes including Doctor Doom, Galactus, the Hulk, Mole Man, Sandman, Silver Surfer, Sub-Mariner, Trapster, Wizard, and the Inhumans. Color glossy inserts were very rare in comic books at this time. Script by Roy Thomas. Pencils by John Buscema. Inks by Joe Sinnott. Cover by John Buscema and Joe Sinnott. The Mole Man has everything going his way in his subterranean lair! The confused Fantastic Four are fighting one another, while the preparations continue for the destruction of the surface world! But there may be a traitor (or two) in the midst that could foil the Mole Man’s plans of grandeur! Can the mindless Subterraneans be trusted? And what about Kala and Tyrannus? Reed, Sue, Ben, and Johnny will take all the help they can get when the battle royal begins! (Notes: In the letters page, Roy Thomas explains that the insert was published to placate the federal government during the national price and wage freeze of the early 1970’s.) 32 pages Cover price $0.20.