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Comic Book: Marvel Comics Presents (1988 series)

What This Book is About:
Info, covers and comics index about the Marvel Comics Presents (1988 series) comic book.

Data Sheet:
Dates
Sep 1988 to Mar 1995
1988
N/A

Characters most frequently found in this comic book:
In order of appearances.

Hulk
Hulk

(Bruce Banner)
Wolverine
Wolverine

(James Howlett)
Black Panther
Black Panther

(T'Challa)
Plus: Colossus (Piotr Rasputin), Nomad (Jack Monroe), Speedball, Umberto Safilios.

Comics Index

Total: 15

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Marvel Comics Presents #6
3 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #6

November 1986
"Risky Business"
Script: Bobbie Chase
The Las Vegas casino bosses meet to discuss why the crime rates in all their casinos are going up, while that of the Coliseum has almost vanished. Their verdict: it’s the work of Joe Fixit; their solution: send a hit team to fix Mr. Fixit for good. [...]
Marvel Comics Presents #14
0 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #14

March 1989
"Colossus “The Secret is There’s No Secret: God’s Country, Part 5 of 8""
Script:
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Marvel Comics Presents #26
3 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #26

August 1989
"Splashdown"
Script: Bobbie Chase
Hulk as Joe Fixit pays a call on Jonas Marlin, who owes quite a bit of money to Mickey Berengetti. Marlin, unable to pay the full amount, tries to talk Hulk into accepting an interest in his nautical theme park Marlinworld to cover the rest. [...]
Marvel Comics Presents #38
3 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #38

December 1989
"Art for Art’s Sake"
Script: Bill Mumy
Joe Fixit arrives at the offices of Bone Marrow Management, a music company, to collect a large gambling debt from the boss, Gruska. After dealing with security, he dangles Gruska out of a window until the mogul agrees to write him a check. [...]
Marvel Comics Presents #45
3 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #45

March 1990
"The Main Event"
Script: Peter David
Wrestling champ Hulk Hogan wins his latest match and the referee proclaims him “the one, the only, HULK!” A disgruntled Joe Fixit leaps into the ring to challenge Hogan for the right to use the name, “Hulk. [...]
Marvel Comics Presents #52
3 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #52

June 1990
"Kids Will Be Kids"
Script: Ron Wilson
A bunch of kids of the alien Ralfzz are playing a space game, scoring points by destroying real asteroids. They come into our solar system and send a huge asteroid hurtling toward Earth (payoff: 10,000 points). [...]
Marvel Comics Presents #54
3 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #54

July 1990
"The Long and Winding Road"
Script: Michael Higgins
On a rainy night in the Carolinas, Wolverine is driving down a country road, having just checked out another false report on the whereabouts of the missing X-Men. He comes upon a traveler being attacked by a bear and leaps into action, killing the beast and aiding the wounded man. [...]
Marvel Comics Presents #55
3 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #55

July 1990
"With Friends Like These"
Script: Michael Higgins
The hot-headed Wolverine attacks the Hulk, who gets mad and fights back. The ensuing battle spills out of the cave, down a steep incline, into a raging river and over a waterfall. On shore, the two combatants call a truce and make dinner of the dead bear. [...]
Marvel Comics Presents #56
3 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #56

August 1990
"Shootout at the Fantasy Factory"
Script: Michael Higgins
The other Wolverine is becoming increasingly manic trapped in his own private prison, while the real Wolverine sits in a literal one having been unjustly arrested for murder in a small Carolina town. [...]
Marvel Comics Presents #57
3 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #57

August 1990
"Death Don’t Have No Mercy"
Script: Michael Higgins
At the coroners’ office, Wolverine wakes up during his autopsy and escapes from the hospital. Hulk, driving Wolverine’s pickup, hears on the radio that someone fitting Wolverine’s description is holding hostages at a pharmaceutical factory, and decides to investigate. [...]
Marvel Comics Presents #58
3 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #58

September 1990
"You Can Run… But You Can’t Hide"
Script: Michael Higgins
Wolverine, fleeing the murder charge, stops to look at a newspaper and sees a photo of himself holding hostages at a pharmaceutical factory and decides to go back to investigate. [...]
Marvel Comics Presents #59
3 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #59

September 1990
"Old Friends"
Script: Michael Higgins
The false Wolverine reveals himself as Calvin Rankin, the Mimic, who reviews his history for Hulk (and the reader): How he inhaled chemicals used by his father and gained the power to absorb other people’s abilities. How his father took him to live in a cave where his father was accidentally killed. [...]
Marvel Comics Presents #60
3 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #60

October 1990
"Top of the World"
Script: Michael Higgins
Wolverine and the Mimic battle on a mountain road, with the Hulk handy to rescue a car and driver forced off the road into a chasm. Hulk stops the fight and gives the Mimic tranquilizers to calm him down. The sun rises and Hulk becomes Bruce Banner. [...]
Marvel Comics Presents #61
3 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #61

October 1990
"Instant Karma"
Script: Michael Higgins
Wolverine and Mimic climb to the top of the tower to stop the drunken rampaging Hulk. After some struggle, Hulk is attracted by a beacon in the distance and leaps off in its direction, with Wolverine and Mimic grabbing on for the ride. The beacon is coming from Dr. [...]
Marvel Comics Presents #78
3 stars

Marvel Comics Presents #78

January 1991
"Not Interested"
Script: Dwight Jon Zimmerman
A bored Selene, Black Queen of the Hellfire Club, is walking the streets of New York in search of excitement. The sudden ejection of three tough guys from a bar promises much so she enters to see the Hulk sitting alone at the bar. She buys the Hulk a drink. Hulk replies, “Not interested. [...]