Marvel Masterworks
Atlas Era Journey Into Mystery: Volume 4 (Hardcover)

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  • The Marvel Masterworks once again go back to the days when horror ruled the racks. Yes, it’s time to take a journey into mystery! And this volume offers a special treat: Steve Ditko’s first story for Marvel. In 1956, at the beginning of his career, Ditko drew a handful of stories for Stan Lee and you’ll get not just one, but two of them here. Also providing heaping helpings of suspense, scares and twist endings are 1950s comics luminaries like Wally Wood, Al Wiliamson, Bernie Krigstein and Gene Colan. These rare stories are collected here for the first time and bring you one zombie-shuffling step closer to completing your Journey Into Mystery library! Reserve that copy today, True Believer! Collecting Journey Into Mystery (1952) #31-40.

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Product Description

  • Artist
    Steve Ditko  
    Author
    Bill Benulis  
    Binding
    hardback  
    Cat No.
    2540757  
    Genre
    Superheroes  
    ISBN
    9780785159254  
    Previews
    Previews December 2011  
    Publisher
    Marvel Comics  
    Series
    Marvel  
    Type
    Graphic Novels  
    Volume
    4  
  • The Marvel Masterworks once again go back to the days when horror ruled the racks. Yes, it’s time to take a journey into mystery! And this volume offers a special treat: Steve Ditko’s first story for Marvel. In 1956, at the beginning of his career, Ditko drew a handful of stories for Stan Lee and you’ll get not just one, but two of them here. Also providing heaping helpings of suspense, scares and twist endings are 1950s comics luminaries like Wally Wood, Al Wiliamson, Bernie Krigstein and Gene Colan. These rare stories are collected here for the first time and bring you one zombie-shuffling step closer to completing your Journey Into Mystery library! Reserve that copy today, True Believer! Collecting Journey Into Mystery (1952) #31-40.

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