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Tales To Astonish #96 Signed by Stan Lee

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Written & Signed by Stan Lee

 

Official Stan Lee Collectibles Certificate of Authenticity available for purchase.

 

Original Story

 

Cover by Dan Adkins. Somewhere Stands... Skull Island!, script by Raymond Marais, art by Bill Everett, Werner Roth, and Vince Colletta; Before conducting war against the surface-dweller, Namor visits the Savage Land beneath the continent of Antarctica; Dorma, against orders, follows behind him. Meanwhile the Plunderer, unknown to the Atlanteans, has constructed a base on Skull Island and as Namor and Dorma approach, fires on them; Namor is captured while Dorma flees back to Atlantis. What Have I Created?, script by Stan Lee, art by Marie Severin and Herb Trimpe; With Banner trapped and about to be evolved by the High Evolutionary, the New Men attack and stop the experiment; Banner becomes the Hulk and fights the New Men and the Evolutionary decides that the only way to stop his former creations is to do to himself what he planned on doing to Banner--evolving himself a thousand years into humanity's future. 

Written & Signed by Stan Lee

 

Official Stan Lee Collectibles Certificate of Authenticity available for purchase.

 

Original Story

 

Cover by Dan Adkins. Somewhere Stands... Skull Island!, script by Raymond Marais, art by Bill Everett, Werner Roth, and Vince Colletta; Before conducting war against the surface-dweller, Namor visits the Savage Land beneath the continent of Antarctica; Dorma, against orders, follows behind him. Meanwhile the Plunderer, unknown to the Atlanteans, has constructed a base on Skull Island and as Namor and Dorma approach, fires on them; Namor is captured while Dorma flees back to Atlantis. What Have I Created?, script by Stan Lee, art by Marie Severin and Herb Trimpe; With Banner trapped and about to be evolved by the High Evolutionary, the New Men attack and stop the experiment; Banner becomes the Hulk and fights the New Men and the Evolutionary decides that the only way to stop his former creations is to do to himself what he planned on doing to Banner--evolving himself a thousand years into humanity's future.