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Somehow it seems right to re-blog another great review of the classic Marvel Two-In-One from The TellTale Mind. In this issue,Ben Grimm aka The Thing teams with Dr. Strange to battle a supernatural threat. As you can see by reading the other posts either here or at TTM’s Issue By Issue segment,Two-In-One featured some serious Marvel superstars early before finding its place as a way for Marvel to introduce second line characters or brand new ones. By featuring the big stars like Dr. Strange and Captain America early,it attracted a growing reader base who in turn became loyal supporters of both Two-In-One and Marvel Team-Up.
And considering I am going to writing about about yet another well known team-up series featuring Batman,what better way then to end this now so you can catch up with Ben Grimm and his friends…..
Writer – Steve Gerber
Artist – George Tuska
Inker – Mike Esposito
Colours – Petra Goldberg
Letters – Artie Simek
Doctor Strange and Clea are out for a leisurely walk when they encounter something quite out of the ordinary. For Stephen Strange, this makes for a normal day in his world, but for those people who possess no extra-normal abilities, it makes for an experience that they will not soon forget. Steve Gerber introduces a bit of magic into the world of Ben Grimm and it begins in the shape of a young girl playing her harmonica. The music that emits from the instrument she plays affects everyone differently and in the case of a couple of young men, it is to her detriment. This is where Strange comes in as he looks to get to the bottom of the mystery involving the girl and her music. It also happens…
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