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AVENGERS #184 (Jun 1979) Marvel Comics

cover:  George Perez
Terry Austin
AVENGERS #184
Date: Jun 1979
Cover Price: $0.40
Publisher: marvel.com

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     August 2, 2003 | Almost Famous: Absorbing Man
    From WIZARD: THE COMICS MAGAZINE #0

    ALMOST FAMOUS: ABSORBING MAN

    BEST COVER - AVENGERS #184
    JLA/Avengers artist George Pérez's cover for Avengers #184 catches the true essence of Absorbing Man: he's tough as all hell to put down! This 1979 cover depicts Creel's towering presence, unaffected by the assailing Avengers. The story has Creel escaping America to earn his freedom - even though he insist on always wearing presion pants and toting a ball and chain. NM Value: $7.

     July 27, 2003 | Thor Vs Absorbing Man Commission
    From Christos Gage
    THOR vs ABSORBING MAN (July 2003), commissioned by Christos Gage at San Diego Comic-Con (16-20 Jul 2003).

    Thought you might enjoy this commission piece I got from George Pérez at the San Diego con. It's an homage to two of my favorite Marvel comics -- Avengers #184 (my favorite Perez cover) and Journey Into Mystery #121 by Jack Kirby.

    Originally I planned to make it a "Jam" piece with other artists adding other Avengers to the scene, but when I saw what George had done, it was too beautiful to mess with.


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