Strange Tales #110 Values
Publisher: Marvel, 1963
About Strange Tales #110First appearances of Doctor Strange, the Ancient One, Nightmare, and Wong. First Paste-Pot Pete and Wizard team-up. Jack Kirby cover. Dick Ayers and Steve Ditko art. Currently #21 on Overstreet's list of Top 50 Silver Age Comics.
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Characters: Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Paste-Pot Pete [Peter Petruski]; Wizard [Bentley Wittman]
Pencils: Jack Kirby
Inks: Dick Ayers
Colors: Stan Goldberg
Letters: Artie Simek
Characters: Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Wizard [Bentley Wittman]; Paste-Pot Pete [Peter Petruski]; Mister Fantastic [Reed Richards] (cameo); Thing [Ben Grimm] (cameo); Invisible Girl [Sue Storm] (cameo)
Synopsis: Johnny practices on his obstacle course, then thinks back on his adventures with The Wizard and Paste-Pot Pete. By a wild coincidence, Pete breaks The Wizard out of jail and the two join forces. They frame Johnny as a spy, but their partnership is strained by Wiz's megalomania. "I'm a partner, not a servant, you know!" says Pete.
Script: Stan Lee (plot) Ernie Hart [as H. E. Huntley] (script)
Pencils: Dick Ayers
Inks: Dick Ayers
Letters: John Duffy
Reprints: Marvel Tales (Marvel, 1966 series) #12 (January 1968)
Notes: The Wizard last appears in issue #105 (February 1963), he next appears in a cameo in issue #112, before appearing in issue #118 (March 1964). Paste-Pot Pete last appears in issue #104 (January 1963), he next appears in a cameo in Avengers (Marvel, 1963 series) #6 (July 1964), before appearing in Strange Tales #124 (September 1964). More humor than usual in this issue. First time these two villains teamed up in what would become pretty much a lifelong partnership!
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