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Marvel Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #2

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Marvel Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #2

Three fantastic fables in one mighty magazine!

Three fantastic fables in one mighty magazine! First, a tale of Logan in the fabulous fifties! Then, a new swinging story of the jungle’s cursed crusader, Gorilla-Man! Finally, Reed Richards and Victor Von Doom enter the space race as Sputnik takes orbit!

Written by: David, Maria Lapham, Charles Soule, Mark Waid
Art by: Various, David Lapham, Paulo Siqueira
Cover by: Arthur Adams
Page Count: 35 Pages
Age Rating: 12+ Only
Release Date: February 27 2019

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Marvel Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #2

Marvel Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #2

Marvel Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #2

Marvel Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #2

Marvel Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #2

Marvel Preview: Marvel Comics Presents #2

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