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Rom #3

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Rom continues to search out Dire Wraiths on Earth – and uncovers a plot to free his mortal enemies from Limbo! Despite a new character who is a bit hard to believe, this third issue from the team of Bill Mantlo and Sal Buscema is another solid offering.

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Fantastic Four #234

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L.R. “Skip” Collins — an average Joe who might be “the most powerful man who ever lived” — causes havoc for the Fantastic Four. John Byrne continues his run as FF writer/artist with his first two-part tale.

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Rom #2

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Rom continues to find Dire Wraiths embedded throughout West Virginia – including those working on a lethal laser project! Bill Mantlo and Sal Buscema deliver a solid second issue, but one that lacks the punch of this series’ excellent debut.

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Fantastic Four #233

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The Human Torch goes on a mission to clear the name of a deceased lowlife — and runs into Hammerhead instead! This fine solo outing for the Torch marks John Byrne’s second issue as writer/artist of the Fantastic Four.

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Rom #1

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Rom, greatest spaceknight of Galador, brings his centuries-old battle against the Dire Wraiths to Earth. Writer Bill Mantlo and artist Sal Buscema team on the debut of this chronically underrated series.