||Marvel Comic Book
||(Win98/2000/Me/XP/Mac) (Retail Box) (MARVEL1DR)
Publisher: Topics Entertainment
Relive The First 10 Adventures Of 10 Classic Marvel
Stan Lee Presents: X-Men, Spider-Man, Daredevil, The Hulk. Before they were
movies, they were Marvel®. And now with the Marvel Comic Book Library, you
can relive the first 10 adventures of 10 classic Marvel characters on one
100 complete comic books -- with character bios, movie screen savers (PC
only) and 3 FREE BONUS COMICS -- Highlight the debut and subsequent storylines
of the most famous band of heroes, also including The Fantastic Four, Captain
America, Avengers, The Sub-Mariner, Iron Man, and Silver Surfer.
Their First 10 Stories, including their debut issue!
- Spider-Man (1962)
- The Incredible Hulk (1962)
- Daredevil (1964)
- X-Men (1975)
- Fantastic Four (1961)
- Captain America (1964)
- Avengers (1963)
- Namor The Sub-Mariner (1962)
- Iron Man (1963)
- Silver Surfer (1966)
Features and Activities:
Appearance: Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962) . . Bitten by a radioactive spider
during a school science trip, Peter Parker developed arachnid-like powers.
After the murder of his Uncle Ben, Peter vowed to use his newfound superhuman
reflexes, strength, balance, and a sixth sense of predicting danger to protect
Appearance: Daredevil (Vol. 1) #1 (1964) . . Stalking the streets at night,
Daredevil is surrounded by permanent darkness. While he is blind, his remaining
4 senses possess superhuman intensity. Able to hear a heartbeat 20 feet away or
identify a person just by using his sense of smell, Daredevil uses his power to
bring forth justice on the corrupt.
Appearance: XMen* (Vol. 1) #1 (1975) . . Genetically gifted, mutants
posses superior talents and skills. This new breed of human life has created
hatred and fear in the world. Some mutants believe conflict with the average
human is inevitable, others feel they should serve and protect those that shun
Appearance: Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #1 (1961) . . Blasting into space on an
experimental starship, Reed and Sue Richards, Johnny Storm, and Benjamin Grimm
met with a freak accident that forever changed their existence. Encountering
super cosmic rays, they soon possessed superior powers transforming them into
Mr. Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, the Thing, and the Human Torch.
Appearance: Incredible Hulk (Vol. 1) #1 (1962) . . Fueled by stress and anger,
the amazing transformation of Dr. Robert Bruce Banner into the Hulk leaves him
a bulging mass of green fury. Affected by the gamma rays of a nuclear
explosion, this nuclear scientist has become the most powerful,
destructionbent creature on earth.
Appearance: (Modern) Avengers #4 (1964) . . Volunteering for a scientific
experiment, the once frail Steve Rogers was miraculously transformed into a
physically superior specimen: an "American Super Solider." Having bravely
fought the Nazis he suffered a freak accident. Upon recovery he stormed our
present time fighting the evils of a new era.
Appearance: Fantastic Four #48 (1966) . . Offering to protect his peaceful
planet ZennLa from the energy-devouring Galactus, young Norrin Radd
becomes the invader¹s herald, seeking out planets on which Galactus can
feed. Cruising the universe courtesy of the vast cosmic powers granted by his
mentor, the Silver Surfer arrives on Earth where he¹s soon smitten with
young Alicia Masters. Banished by Galactus, the Silver Surfer uses his amazing
strength and light-speed as exile on Earth.
appearance: Avengers (Vol. 1) #1 (1963) . . Born to fight the wicked foes of
earth, superheroes of the world unite to form the ultimate band of justice.
Avengers are the planet¹s mightiest heroes joined together against the
global threat of evil.
Appearance: Tales of Suspense #39 (1963) . . Severely wounded by shrapnel while
testing new combat armor, billionaire industrialist and inventor Anthony Stark
survives inside a hightech shell as Iron Man. Known to the world as
Stark¹s personal bodyguard, Iron Man uses his enhanced strength and flying
powers to battle corporate spies and threats to international security.
Appearance: (Modern) Fantastic Four #4 (1962) . . Born of a human seafaring
father and an amphibious Atlantean princess mother, the tempestuous and
arrogant Namor rules and protects Atlantis. Alternately warring and forming
alliances with the surface world, The SubMariner uses his strength and
flying ability for both benevolence and vengeance.
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