Appearing in "Book XIV: Confrontations!" Featured Characters: Thing (Recap) Supporting Characters: Antagonists: Other Characters: Locations: Items: Vehicles: Material Excerpted From: Amazing Adventures Vol 3 8 Amazing Spider-Man #14 Amazing Spider-Man #15 Amazing Spider-Man #40 Avengers #7 Fantastic Four #27 Fantastic Four #28 Fantastic Four #30 Journey into Mystery #103 Journey into Mystery #105 Journey into Mystery #107 Marvel Collectors' Item Classics #19 Strange Tales Vol 123 X-Men #4 X-Men #5 X-Men #6 Synopsis for "Book XIV: Confrontations!" Synopsis not yet written. Notes Publication Notes This issue contains a letter column, temporarily called Marvel Saga's Letter Column Without a Name. Letters are published from Kevin Odom, Truitt Johnson, David Patent, and Luke Kendall. Fingeroth is editor, Gruenwald and Macchio are consulting editors. Cover art: pencils and inks by Pollard per signature on original art.[1] See Also 2 Image(s) from Marvel Saga the Official History of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 14 1 Reprints of Marvel Saga the Official History of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 14 Marvel Saga the Official History of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 #14 Published January, 1987 Issue Details Editor-in-Chief Jim Shooter Cover Artist Keith Pollard "Book XIV: Confrontations!" Writer Peter Sanderson Stan Lee Mark Gruenwald Steven Grant David Michelinie Penciler Jack Kirby Steve Ditko John Romita John Byrne Al Milgrom Inker Paul Reinman George Roussos Joe Sinnott Dan Green Vince Colletta Mike Esposito Chic Stone Steve Ditko Colorist Ken Feduniewicz Letterer Typeset Brenda Mings Artie Simek Sam Rosen Jim Novak Editor Danny Fingeroth Mark Gruenwald Ralph Macchio Previous Issue Next Issue Marvel Saga the Official History of the Marvel Universe #13 Marvel Saga the Official History of the Marvel Universe #15

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