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Monsters Vol. 2: The Marvel Monsterbus by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber & Jack Kirby

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MONSTERS VOL. 2: THE MARVEL MONSTERBUS BY STAN LEE, LARRY LIEBER & JACK KIRBY

Reprints: Material from Strange Tales #87-100, Annual #1; Journey Into Mystery #71-82; Tales to Astonish #22-38; Tales of Suspense #20-38; Amazing Adventures #3-6; Chamber of Darkness #4-5

Most Recent Print Edition: First Print
Original Release Date: August 2, 2017

ISBN: 978-1-3029-0862-6 • List Price: $100.00

872 Pages

Collection Editor: Cory Sedlmeier

Written by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber & Jack Kirby

Pencils by Jack Kirby

Cover by Jack Kirby

Introduction by Walter Simonson

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PREVIEW IMAGES

Amazing Adventures #3: Page 8, "Trapped in the Twilight World"
Amazing Adventures #3: Page 21, "Doctor Droom Meets Zemu"
Amazing Adventures #3: Page 24, "Doctor Droom Meets Zemu"
Amazing Adventures #4: Page 1, Robot X
Amazing Adventures #5: Page 1, Monsteroso
Amazing Adventures #6: Page 8, Sserpo
Chamber of Darkness #4: Page 5, "The Monster!"
Chamber of Darkness #5: Page 5, "...And Fear Shall Follow"
Journey Into Mystery #72: Page 5, the Glob
Journey Into Mystery #73: Page 9, "What Lurks on Channel X?"
Journey Into Mystery #74: Page 2, "The Thing in the Black Box!"
Journey Into Mystery #76: Page 13, "Follow the Leader"
Journey Into Mystery #77: Page 9, "I Don't Believe in...Ghosts!"
Journey Into Mystery #78: Page 7, Kraggoom
Journey Into Mystery #79: Page 3, the Midnight Monster
Journey Into Mystery #80: Page 13, "Propaganda"
Journey Into Mystery #81: Page 13, "There Dwells a Dragon"
Journey Into Mystery #82: Page 1, the Scorpion
Strange Tales #87: Page 2, Grogg
Strange Tales #88: Page 2, "Zzutak, the Thing That Shouldn't Exist!"
Strange Tales #89: Page 1, Fin Fang Foom
Strange Tales #89: Page 5, Fin Fang Foom
Strange Tales #90: Page 1, Orrgo
Strange Tales #90: Page 7, Orrgo
Strange Tales #91: Page 5, "The Sacrifice!"
Strange Tales #93: Page 5, the Thing
Strange Tales #94: Page 1, Pildorr
Strange Tales #94: Page 9, the Weed
Strange Tales #95: Page 3, the Two-Headed Thing
Strange Tales #96: Page 11, "I Dream of Doom!"
Strange Tales #97: Page 3, "When a Planet Dies!"
Strange Tales #97: Page 14, "The Madness!"
Strange Tales #100: Page 1, "The Man in the Crazy Maze"
Tales of Suspense #20: Page 4, the Colossus
Tales of Suspense #21: Page 5, "Klagg!"
Tales of Suspense #21: Page 22, "The Man From Tomorrow!"
Tales of Suspense #22: Page 8, Bruttu
Tales of Suspense #23: Page 4, I Entered the Dimension of Doom!"
Tales of Suspense #23: Page 24, the Changeling
Tales of Suspense #24: Page 4, the Insect Man
Tales of Suspense #24: Page 14, "Beware...the Ticking Clocks!"
Tales of Suspense #25: Page 7, Monstrollo
Tales of Suspense #25: Page 9, "The Unseen!"
Tales of Suspense #26: Page 1, "It Crawls by Night!"
Tales of Suspense #27: Page 4, Oog
Tales of Suspense #27: Page 11, the Witch
Tales of Suspense #28: Page 1, Titan
Tales of Suspense #28: Page 9, "Back From the Dead!"
Tales of Suspense #29: Page 2, "The Martian Who Stole a City!"
Tales of Suspense #29: Page 11, "Nothing Can Save Us!"
Tales of Suspense #30: Page 3, "The Ghost Rode a Roller Coaster!"
Tales of Suspense #30: Page 14, "The Creature From Krangro"
Tales of Suspense #31: Page 4, the Monster in the Iron Mask
Tales of Suspense #31: Page 13, "The Man Who Found Shangri-La"
Tales of Suspense #32: Page 4, "The Man in the Bee-Hive"
Tales of Suspense #33: Page 2, "I Was Trapped in the Chamber of Fear!"
Tales of Suspense #33: Page 13, "The Mystery of the Tax Collector from Space!"
Tales of Suspense #34: Page 2, "I Found the Girl in the Blue Glass Bottle!"
Tales of Suspense #34: Page 13, "The Forbidden World!"
Tales of Suspense #35: Page 1, Zarkorr
Tales to Astonish #22: Page 8, the Crawling Creature
Tales to Astonish #23: Page 1, Moomba
Tales to Astonish #24: Page 7, "I Found the Abominable Snowman!"
Tales to Astonish #25: Page 7, the Creature from Krogarr
Tales to Astonish #25: Page 12, the Martian
Tales to Astonish #26: Page 1, the Four-Armed Men
Tales to Astonish #26: Page 12, "He Walked Through Walls!"
Tales to Astonish #27: Page 7, Hank Pym, the Ant-Man
Tales to Astonish #28: Page 1, Gorilla-Man
Tales to Astonish #28: Page 14, "Midnight on Haunted Hill"
Tales to Astonish #29: Page 1, the Space Beasts
Tales to Astonish #29: Page 14, "The Man Who Blew Up Earth"
Tales to Astonish #30: Page 7, "The Return of Gorilla-Man"
Tales to Astonish #30: Page 13, the Thing from the Hidden Swamp
Tales to Astonish #31: Page 4, "When the Mummy Walks"
Tales to Astonish #31: Page 12, "It Fell From the Flying Saucer!"
Tales to Astonish #32: Page 8, "Quicksand!"
Tales to Astonish #33: Page 4, "What Happened in...Dead Storage"
Tales to Astonish #33: Page 11, "The Frightened Man!"
Tales to Astonish #34: Page 1, "A Monster at My Window!"
Tales to Astonish #34: Page 9, "The Strange Fate of the Statue Maker!"


MARVEL'S KIRBY MONSTERS REVIEW CONCLUDES WITH THIS SECOND MASSIVE MONSTERBUS!

Comicdom’s famous monsters are on the loose! Marvel presents the concluding volume in our complete collection of Stan Lee, Larry Lieber and Jack Kirby’s Marvel Monsters. Marvel’s late-1950s/early-1960s period was famous for its twist-ending tales, alien invaders, and especially for its towering monster menaces — and no one drew giant monsters like Jack “The King” Kirby! It’s page after page of Grogg, Ogg, the Creature from Krogarr, Fin Fang Foom, and many, many more! These stories aren’t just a fun atomic romp, they’re the training ground where Stan Lee and Jack Kirby honed their creative partnership, learning each other’s strengths, and building an unmatched rapport. In these pages, you’ll find out out that the mother of the Marvel Age of Comics was—a monster!

Collecting material from STRANGE TALES (1951) 87-100 & ANNUAL 1; JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY (1952) 71-82; TALES TO ASTONISH (1959) 22-38; TALES OF SUSPENSE (1959) 20-38; AMAZING ADVENTURES (1961) 3-6; and CHAMBER OF DARKNESS (1969) 4-5

(from the official Marvel solicit)


 

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