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Comic Book: Strange Tales

What This Book is About:
Originally a science fiction/horror anthology, this title showcased a solo series for the Human Torch (from the Fantastic Four) starting with issue #101. Doctor Strange was introduced in issue #110, appearing in the other half of the book. In issue #135 "Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD" first appeared, replacing the Torch's series. Strange and Fury shared the book until issue #168 after which it was retitled DOCTOR STRANGE.

Data Sheet:
Dates
Jun 1951 to May 1968
N/A
1

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

Doctor Strange
Doctor Strange

(Stephen Strange)
Human Torch
Human Torch

(Johnny Storm)
Captain America
Captain America

(Steve Rogers)
Plus: Acrobat (Carl Zante), Ancient One, Dorrie Evans.

Comics Index

Total: 3

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Strange Tales #110
3 stars

Strange Tales #110

July 1963
"The Wizard and Paste-Pot Pete!"
Script: Stan Lee
While the Human Torch recalls his battles against two of his deadliest enemies, the Wizard and Paste-Pot Pete, the latter is planning his revenge, and helps the Wizard escape from prison to aid him in defeating the Torch. [...]
Strange Tales #114
3 stars

Strange Tales #114

November 1963
"The Human Torch Meets…Captain America"
Script: Stan Lee
Johnny Storm, the Human Torch, is speeding around the obstacle course on his front lawn when he is interrupted by his pals bringing big news. The distraction forces the Torch to swerve to miss the boys and he rams into a water barrier. The soaked teens ask Johnny if he remembers Captain America. [...]
Strange Tales #135
4.5 stars

Strange Tales #135

August 1965
"The man for the job"
Script: Stan Lee
Col Nick Fury of G-2 has been called to the Pentagon for an LMD. This turns out to mean being measured for something called a Life Model Decoy. Later when he's taken up onto the street he sees 4 copies of himself walk off and get assassinated. In the confusion he's driven off in a Porsche 904. [...]