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INHUMANS #8 (Dec 1976) Marvel Comics

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INHUMANS #8
Date:  Dec 1976
Cover Price:  $0.30
Publisher: marvel.com

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    Credits
    "Star-Search: Dust and Demons!" (17 pages) 
    writer:  Dough Moench
    art:  George Pérez
    Don Perlin
    colors:  Janice Cohen
    letters:  Denise Wohl
    editor:  Archie Goodwin
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    Inhumans #8 Review

    posted Sep 17, 2018, 9:15 AM by Vu Sleeper

    From scoop.previewsworld.com


    INHUMANS #8 (Dec 1976)
    Marvel Comics

    Review: The addition of a second mobile city makes this issue feel a bit like a rerun, though writer Doug Moench gets good mileage out of the cities’ clash. Moench’s foreshadowing of the “War Between the Three Galaxies” continues to tantalize, but there better be some payoff soon. George Pérez returns as artist for one issue, and his pencils hold up much better to Don Perlin’s inks. Of all the Bronze Age artists, Pérez seems least inker-dependent, as the strength of his early work comes more from strong storytelling than refined pencils.

    Grade: B

    Cool factor: George Pérez’s storytelling. His three-issue absence from this title just made hearts grow fonder.

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