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Issue by Issue – Marvel Two-In-One #2

Issue two of Two-In-One is out and Tell Tale is sharing another review. Now while I never had this issue,I do want to mention that the story with Wundarr carried through a lot of the issues including the great Project Pegasus arc still to come. You know,the one they name dropped on the first episode of “Agents of Shield” and did nothing with it.
Namor at this point is still pretty hostile to us surface breathers but because he has a soft spot for Sue Storm,he hasn’t waged all out war with Earth yet. Namor is one of Marvel’s strongest characters and watching him bump noses with Bengie is always a highlight! Issue 3 is coming soon!!!

The Telltale Mind

Writer – Roger Stern
Artist – Gil Kane
Inker – Joe Sinnott
Colours – Glynis Wein
Letters – Artie Simek

The second issue of Marvel Two-In-One begins on a mystery as the man called Wundarr finds himself falling out of control from the sky down near Hydro-Base, the current home of the Sub-Mariner. This leads to a titanic team-up between the Sea King and the Thing as they try to figure out how to essentially save Wundarr from himself. Roger Stern who continues to chronicle the rockiest member of the Fantastic Four’s adventures, also throws in a guest appearance from Namorita who finds Wundarr to be child-like in nature, something Namor missed and thus at the begging of his cousin, decides to help the poor man out before he gets himself into trouble. That happens sooner than expected as Wundarr lands in New York City, frightened and misunderstanding everything around…

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