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Comic Book: Marvel Premiere

What This Book is About:
A 1970s try-out title, testing new characters and ideas; most notable for introducing Iron Fist in issue #15. Also featured solo series for Adam Warlock, Doctor Strange, 3-D Man, Jack of Hearts, Hercules, Ant-Man, and the US debut of Doctor Who, among many others.

Data Sheet:
Dates
Apr 1972 to Aug 1981
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Characters most frequently found in this comic book:
In order of appearances.

Bucky Barnes
Bucky Barnes

(James Barnes)
Captain America
Captain America

(Steve Rogers)
Red Skull
Red Skull

(Johann Shmidt)
Falcon
Falcon

(Sam Wilson)
Plus: Blue Diamond (Elton Morrow), Jack Frost, Miss America, Patriot (Jeff Mace), Red Raven, Thin Man.

Comics Index

Total Indexed Comics: 4

Comics sorted by date. Oldest shown first. Up to 25 comics per page. Page navigator at the bottom of the page.

Marvel Premiere #1
4 stars

Marvel Premiere #1

April 1972
"And men shall call him ... Warlock"
Script: Roy Thomas
An asteroid makes its way suspiciously neatly into an orbit around Earth, and the antenna sticking out of 1 end confirms it's no ordinary rock. Inside is the complex home/laboratory of the High Evolutionary. [...]
Marvel Premiere #29
3 stars

Marvel Premiere #29

April 1976
"Lo, the Liberty Legion!"
Script: Roy Thomas
Story continued from THE INVADERS #5. With the other Invaders having been captured and brainwashed by the Red Skull, Bucky fights his way into a radio studio, interrupting a broadcast by the Patriot. [...]
Marvel Premiere #30
3 stars

Marvel Premiere #30

June 1976
"Hey Ma! They're Blitzin' the Bronx!"
Script: Roy Thomas
Story continued from THE INVADERS #6. At the NYC radio station, Bucky and Thin Man see the mind-controlled Human Torch flying at them; they head up to the roof with a plan. Thin Man distracts Torch while Bucky shoots a fire hose at him—but the plan fails because Torch can dodge! [...]
Marvel Premiere #49
2.5 stars

Marvel Premiere #49

August 1979
"Sound of the Silencer"
Script: Mark Evanier
The Falcon attends a party at the Boldavian Embassy, in place of Captain America, who was otherwise occupied. Falcon is introduced to several VIPs, including Sigjid Rosskoff, an inflammatory political opinion-maker. [...]