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Incredible Hulk 271 [1968][Direct Edition][VF-]
Incredible Hulk 271 [1968][Direct Edition][VF-]
Incredible Hulk 271 [1968][Direct Edition][VF-]
Brand:Marvel Comics
Product Code:May, 1982
weight:300g
Product Condition:Used
R 2 600,00 inc. tax
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Description

Volume:

1

Price:

0.60 USD

Pages:

36

Indicia frequency:

monthly

Publisher's Age Guidelines:

Approved by the Comics Code Authority

Indicia / Colophon Publisher:

Marvel Comics Group

Brand:

Marvel Comics Group [entire top banner]

Editing:

Al Milgrom

Color:

Color

Dimensions:

Standard Modern Age US

Paper Stock:

Glossy cover; Newsprint interior

Binding:

Saddle-stitched (Squarebound #145)

Publishing Format:

Was ongoing

Issue Notes

This issue has variants.

  • The Incredible Hulk (Marvel, 1968 series) #271 [Newsstand Edition]

Twentieth Anniversary Issue

Rocket Raccoon!

2nd appearance and 1st full appearance of Rocket Raccoon.

Hulk / cover / 1 page

Script:

?

Pencils:

Al Milgrom (signed)

Inks:

Al Milgrom

Colors:

?

Letters:

?

Genre:

superhero

Characters:

Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Rocket Raccoon

Now Somewhere In the Black Holes of Sirius Major There Lived a Young Boy Named Rocket Raccoon

Hulk / comic story / 22 pages

Script:

Bill Mantlo

Pencils:

Sal Buscema

Inks:

Sal Buscema

Colors:

Bob Sharen

Letters:

Jim Novak

Genre:

superhero

Characters:

Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Rocket Raccoon; Judson Jakes (villain); Wal Russ; Black Bunny Brigade; Killer Clowns; Lylla; Uncle Pyko; Betty Ross; Rick Jones; Bereet; Blackjack O'Hare (leader of Black Bunny Brigade)

Synopsis:

The Hulk finds himself on Rocket Raccoon's world, where he helps Rocket and his friends against various menaces before he is sent home to Earth. Meanwhile, Betty pleads with Bereet to save the dying Rick Jones (who claims never to have met her before).

Indexer Notes

Lylla's name is a reference to Lil, Rocky Raccoon's girlfriend from the Beatles' song "Rocky Raccooon" (Noted by Fred Snyder)

Rocket Raccoon previously appeared in Marvel Preview (Marvel, 1975 series) #7 (Summer 1976).

[no title indexed]

Green Skin's Grab-Bag / letters page / 0.67 page

Script:

Al Milgrom ?

Letters:

typeset

Indexer Notes

Letters submitted by Jeffrey Lowndes, Mick Masnado, Anthony Cardino, Marty Packard, David Hamilton, Rick Jones, Scott Peterson, K. Harris

[no title indexed]

statement of ownership / 0.33 page

Letters:

typeset

Indexer Notes

Statement of October 1, 1981
Average number of copies sold during preceding 12 months (total paid circulation): 201,497 
Actual number sold for issue nearest filing date (total paid circulation): 187,123 
Owners: Marvel Comics Group, 575 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022; Cadence Industries Corporation, 21 Henderson Drive, West Caldwell, N.J. 07006

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