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Tales and Astonish
* In Tales to Astonish # 2 ( 1959 ) " My Job: To Catch a Martian ", a professor, who discovers an empty alien spacecraft, hires a private investigator to find the occupant when no one else will listen to him.
* In Tales to Astonish # 1 " I Know the Secret of the Poltergeist ", a paranormal investigator explains various poltergeist incidents but is biased in his explanation.
Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the character first appeared in Tales to Astonish # 44 ( June 1963 ).
Janet van Dyne debuted as Henry " Hank " Pym's partner in Tales to Astonish # 44 ( written by Stan Lee and drawn by Jack Kirby ), originally only serving as his partner to avenge the death of her father, scientist Vernon van Dyne.
They both realized their feelings for each other in Tales to Astonish # 56, although it wasn't until later in the series that they acted on them.
The Wasp's first appearance in Tales to Astonish # 44.
Destiny ( Paul Destine ) is a fictional character, in the Marvel Comics Universe whose first appearance was in Tales to Astonish # 101.
Destiny's existence was foreshadowed in Tales to Astonish Vol.
Following a solo adventure in Tales To Astonish vol.
By issue # 6, the magazine became a reprint title featuring science fiction and monster tales from the first Journey into Mystery series, as well as Amazing Adult Fantasy, Strange Tales, Strange Worlds, and Tales to Astonish.
The Sub-Mariner story continues from Tales to Astonish # 101 ( March 1968 ), and continues in Sub-Mariner # 1 ( May 1968 ).
He was created in 1964 and first appeared in Tales To Astonish # 61.
** first appeared in Tales to Astonish # 40
* Tales to Astonish ( 1959 series ) # 15-Marvel Comics
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* Tales to Astonish ( 1959 series ) # 18-Marvel Comics
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In Tales from the Crypt # 44 a plague-stricken man is eaten by a sperm whale, which produces ambergris that results in a cursed perfume.
In 1974, Marvel Comics writer Rich Buckler introduced the cyborg Deathlok the Demolisher, and a dystopian post-apocalyptic future, in Astonishing Tales # 25.
* Hellboy: Toy Soldier from Hellboy: Weird Tales Issue # 8
He debuted in 1960 in Tales of Suspense # 10, which was reprinted in Where Monster Dwell # 1 in 1970.
# Tales of the New Era 1: Yesterday ’ s Hero by Martin J. Dougherty
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 1 ( 1989 )
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 2 ( 1989 )
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 3 ( 1990 )
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 4 ( 1990 ) Australian Special!
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 5 ( 1991 ) Humakti Special!
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 6 ( 1991 )
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 7 ( 1992 ) Hero Quest Special!
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 8 ( 1992 ) The Chaos Feature
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 9 ( 1993 )
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 10 ( 1993 ) Sea Special
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 11 ( 1994 ) Pamaltela: Great Southern Land
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 12 ( 1994 ) Bumper Colour Special!
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 13 ( 1995 ) Go West!
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 14 ( 1996 ) Praxian Special
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 15 ( 1996 ) Prax Part Deux
* Tales of the Reaching Moon # 16 ( 1997 ) Lunar Special

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