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prima serie Editoriale Corno


contiene inoltre : SKULL L’ UCCISORE e PRINCIPE NAMOR SUB MARINER + DOTTOR DESTINO (ancora una volta accanitamente e atrocemente insieme in un implausibile ed illecito team-up, e in questo episodio tanto per complicare di più le cose ci sono anche i F4)



condizioni ECCELLENTI (o anche EDICOLA e/o MAGAZZINO) = si intende un oggetto nuovo e perfetto oppure usato senza difetti e praticamente ancora come nuovo, tenendone per quest’ultimo caso in conto ovviamente la datazione ; corrisponde a un range di grading internazionale compreso tra 8,5 e 9,8 (non assegniamo punteggi superiori a 9,8 perchè trattasi di tipi ideali a ns avviso più teorici e scolastici che reali e concreti, ogni manufatto umano in natura ha una percentuale insita e congenita seppur infinitesimale di imperfezione)

condizioni OTTIME = oggetto nuovo (o talora anche usato ma maneggiato e conservato con molta cura) in cui non si riscontra alcun difetto rilevante e degno di nota, tutt’al più qualche minimo segno di lettura o di uso ; corrisponde a un range di grading internazionale compreso tra 7 e 8,5

condizioni BUONISSIME = oggetto usato (ed in taluni casi anche fondo di magazzino soggetto a piccole usure del tempo) con lievi imperfezioni e difetti poco vistosi, generalmente molto marginali ed appena percepibili ; corrisponde a un range di grading internazionale compreso tra 5,5 e 7

condizioni MOLTO BUONE = oggetto usato con imperfezioni vistose e difetti abbastanza spiccati, pur se non completamente invalidanti (generalmente specificati nel dettaglio alla voce CONDIZIONI nella parte inferiore della descrizione di ogni singolo oggetto); corrisponde a un range di grading internazionale compreso tra 4 e 5,5

condizioni PIU’ CHE BUONE / MEDIOCRI = oggetto usato con imperfezioni e difetti evidenti, smaccati, madornali ed invalidanti, assolutamente non collezionabile tuttavia idoneo per la semplice lettura o documentazione ; corrisponde a un range di grading internazionale inferiore a 4

per eventuali ulteriori dettagli aggiuntivi e specifici si prega di fare sempre riferimento alla voce CONDIZIONI nella parte inferiore della descrizione di ogni singolo oggetto

Invasion From the 5th (Count It, 5th!) Dimension” / GLI INVASORI DELLA QUINTA DIMENSIONE

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Ben Grimm and Alicia Masters are leaving the Metropolitan Opera House after a performance of Puccini’s Madame Butterfly, but they walk only a short way before Ben is besieged by autograph hunters. Ben signs a few autographs, but when a small boy becomes frightened by his appearance, Ben and Alicia quickly depart. Alicia asks him not to hurry, because she cannot see, and Ben apologizes, adding a few self-deprecatory remarks. When Alicia accuses him of fishing for compliments, Ben replies that he cannot understand why she is in love with him. 

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At about the same time, Johnny Storm, dressed in a new suit, enters a tavern called “Your Mother’s Moustache,” When he sees a girl apparently unescorted, he approaches her, but her boyfriend appears and roughly tells Johnny to move along. Johnny becomes angry and bursts into flame, much to the astonishment of the boyfriend, and soon he melts his way out of the place, annoyed at having lost control. 

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Elsewhere, Reed and Sue are taking a walk and discussing the possibility of Sue’s returning to the Fantastic Four full time. Sue has thought of becoming a private detective, and Reed asserts that the Invisible Girl would be very good at the job. Sue says that it is difficult to find oneself, and sometimes she wishes she had never learned that she was lost. As Medusa leaves the public library, the Torch flies back to the Baxter Building, and at 12:32 a.m. he descends toward the roof and enters. 

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A minute before, a wind whipped through the streets surrounding the headquarters, strong enough to knock over ex-Marine Barney Slocum, now a derelict living in the building’s shadow. The wind arose from the passage of the mutant Quicksilver as he sped toward the Baxter Building. 

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As Quicksilver comes to a halt, he uses a communi-disc to contact the Great Refuge, and the face in the disc asks whether he has put Plan “M” into operation yet. Quicksilver replies that he has not, because the teleportation device set him down too far from the city, and he requests more reconnaissance time. But his request is denied, so he begins the assault phase of his mission by speeding into an uncompleted subway tunnel to the secret entrance to the Baxter Building. A massive door opens when Quicksilver touches certain bricks in a pre-set order, and he enters. 

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Meanwhile, Johnny heads for the shower, a bit disappointed that he has to spend Friday night alone. When he finishes and starts putting on his uniform, he is surprised to find Quicksilver in the room with him. 

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Quicksilver tells Johnny to sit down, because he has some questions to ask, but Johnny is in no mood to be ordered around. Quicksilver then grabs Johnny’s wrist, but Johnny flames on, burns the speedy mutant, and melts his communi-disc. Johnny is furious. He worked hard at playing the good loser at Quicksilver’s wedding, he shouts, but he doesn’t have to put up with him “on his own time.” Then Johnny chases Quicksilver out of his room with fireballs, and Quicksilver heads for Reed’s laboratory. 

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Johnny is less likely to use his flame there because of damage to the equipment. Johnny then calls Quicksilver a coward, and the battle begins. Quicksilver knocks Johnny toward the elevator just as Reed, Ben, Medusa, Sue, and Alicia step out. 

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Ben grabs hold of Quicksilver, but before Ben can punch him, Reed stops him to find out why Quicksilver is there. He came to bring Medusa back, he says, because Black Bolt needs her. 

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He also mentions that he has been made an Inhuman by special decree. Then he explains what just happened in the Great Refuge. Quicksilver’s marriage to Crystal was the first time that an Inhuman ever married an outsider. After the wedding, Maximus was jailed for attempting to disrupt the ceremony, and the revelry in Attilan went far into the night. The weeks after the honeymoon passed peacefully, but two nights ago, an army of strange soldiers suddenly materialized within the Palace Royal and began killing guardsmen, until they ran into Black Bolt, Karnak, and Gorgon in the Hall of Heroes. This was the invasion force of Xemu, master of the Fifth Dimension, and they had planned their raid well. 

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Karnak was felled with a special weapon that wrapped him up in cables, while Gorgon was knocked out with a blaster. Then there was a tremendous shock wave that knocked out virtually all the other Inhumans, including Quicksilver. Only Triton, in his special watery living quarters, man• aged to escape by diving into the bottomless fountain at the center of the city. Legend has it that the water in the fountain descends without end, and not even Triton had ever plumbed its depths. Later, Xemu ordered the royal family brought before him in chains. He offered to set Quicksilver free, because he was not an Inhuman, if he would dive after Triton and bring him back. But Quicksilver replied that he became an Inhuman by marriage and will remain an Inhuman till he dies. Then die he shall, said Xemu. Xemu then proclaimed himself sovereign of Attilan. When Gorgon protested, Xemu ordered him placed under an anestho-ray. He did not come unprepared, he told them, indicating the metal clasp that prevented Black Bolt from uttering a word and drained off whatever electron power he could absorb from the air. Then, as Xemu began to explain why he attacked their kingdom, he gestured, and a large, cylindrical device, the Thunder Horn, materialized. The Inhumans soon remembered where they had heard of Xemu before—he was once one of the Human Torch’s antagonists, a madman with the ambition to rule “worlds beyond worlds.” Xemu asserted that it is not mad to wish to conquer a universe of dimensions when it is within one’s power to do so, and he offered to demonstrate the Thunder Horn to his captives.

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As he shouted into one end of it, a powerful shock wave emerged from the other end and shattered a nearby mountaintop. The Thunder Horn, a saser weapon (Sound Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation), magnifies sound as a laser does light. At this point Quicksilver asked Black Bolt for permission to attack, even though they might all perish in the attempt. But Black Bolt declined, and Xemu declared that Black Bolt now knew why their hidden land was chosen for the invasion. If the Thunder Horn can destroy a mountaintop when powered by Xemu’s voice, asked the conqueror, what would it not do when activated by the voice of Black Bolt? Xemu then tried to force Black Bolt to swear to serve him, but he refused. Xemu’s lieutenant noted that their psychic probes indicated that ordinary threats would have no effect on Black Bolt, who would allow thousands of Inhumans to die to prevent billions of outsiders from being subjugated. But, said Xemu, Black Bolt might be persuaded to change his mind if his beloved Medusa were threatened. Then Xemu ordered Quicksilver to travel to the United States and bring back Medusa. 

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Should Quicksilver defy him, he continued, then Crystal would die. Soon a helpless Quicksilver entered Xemu’s dimensional transporter and was carried to a swampy area in Long Island. Then he raced as fast as he could to New York. As Quicksilver finishes his narrative, Reed comments that Xemu’s D-machine must have a built-in affinity for that area of Long Island, for that is where Xemu materialized when he battled the Human Torch years ago. Medusa remarks that Quicksilver would do anything to protect Crystal, even lie. Then Ben, Johnny, and Reed decide to take Quicksilver and Medusa back to the Great Refuge themselves. Quicksilver says they must not, for Xemu will kill Crystal, but Medusa says that Crystal would want it this way. Surely, says Sue, Xemu must have foreseen this, and Reed replies that they probably are heading into a trap. But there is little else they can do, and after Reed asks Sue to remain behind with Franklin, the companions strap themselves into the passenger ICBM and launch themselves toward the Himalayas.

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The Inhumans last appeared in Fantastic Four #150 (in Italy in THC 135-136 and also in F4C #150).

… And Be a Villain!” / ESSERE UN “CRIMINALE”

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Reed Richards is working away at the Baxter Building when he’s suddenly interrupted when an injured Namor crashes into the room. Put in a tank of water, Namor revives and is joined by the rest of the Fantastic Four. 

He tells them of his recent failed alliance with Dr. Doom and that after Doom sought revenge against the undersea monarch and used a weapon to render the suit that allows him to stay on the surface inoperative, putting him at risk of death. Doom would then take Namor back down to Atlantis, where the Latverian monarch then destroys some of the buildings. He then tells Namor that if he doesn’t vow his loyalty to Doom, he would let Namor to die and destroy hs kingdom. 

Namor swears, and so Doom spares him by giving Namor a serum that will keep him alive for 24 more hours. Doom offers Namor one out: To see if Reed Richards can repair his suit in time.

A hologram of Doom appears and mocks the heroes, boasting that Richards will not find a way to cure Namor and that the Sub-Mariner would be honor bound to ally with Doom after the 24 hours elapses. 

Not willing to give up, Reed vows to Namor that he will do everything in his power. As the rest of the Fantastic Four work on a way to cure Namor, the Human Torch spots someone spying on them from the rooftop across the street.

Investigating puts the Torch in a battle against a new costumed super-human named the Shroud. 

The Shroud easily defeats the Human Torch, and makes his escape, vowing that he will defeat Dr. Doom. 

Meanwhile back inside the Baxter Building, Reed Richards is almost successful however Namor’s time runs out, and the Sub-Mariner angrily smashes out of his tank of water and tries to make it back to the ocean. 

However, he instantly begins to suffocate once outside, and is teleported away by Dr. Doom.

Witnessing Namor’s capture, the Fantastic Four vow to rescue him from Doom’s clutches, however they are unaware that the Shroud also intends on going after Dr. Doom as well.

Bury My Heart In the City of Gold” / LA CITTA’ DELL’ ORO  (1a parte)

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  • Senator Stoneface Turner
  • Corporal Freddy Lancer
  • Janello (Turner’s hired thug)
  • Newkirk (mercenary)


  • Somewhere in the Bermuda Triangle, the lost Inca City of Gold, Florida


  • Scully’s alien belt.


  • Fleet of jet fighters leftover from a war in a small African country


Jim Scully and his crew arrive at the Inca City of Gold led by the guide Villac Umu. 

Upon arrival Umu turns on them and they are captured by Viracocha the Supreme Inca. 

Meanwhile back in Florida, Jeff Turner’s father, Senator Stoneface Turner is extorting Scully’s ex-Nam nemesis Freddy Lancer to fly into the Bermuda Triangle and bring his son back. Lancer has secured a fleet of used jet fighters from an African war and a crew of mercenaries including a mean number called Newkirk. 

Lancer reveals that he is not only motivated by the money Senator Turner is paying him but also has a score to settle with Scully from their days in Viet-Nam.

Continued to next issue…

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