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MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE #50 (Apr 1979) Marvel Comics

cover:  George Pérez
Joe Sinnott
MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE #50
Date: Apr 1979
Cover Price: $0.35
Publisher: marvel.com

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    News: One Fan's Opinion #57 : Which Brings Us to John Byrne

    Fri, 13 Oct 2006 21:13:12 CST [ submitted by Vu ]
     From www.comicbookresources.com

    MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE #50 (Apr 1979)
    Marvel Comics
    One Fan's Opinion #57 : Which Brings Us to John Byrne
    by Erik Larson
    Friday October 13, 2006

    (excerpt)

    Then John started writing. He wrote a story where the modern Thing met the old lumpy Thing and cured him (see "Marvel Two-In-One" #50). John took a bit of trivia about the Thing having physically changed over the years and made a story out of it. He even introduced a way of dealing with time travel that was not only novel, but made a certain amount of sense! Ben Grimm went into the past to cure himself in an earlier stage in his own development and in doing so he inadvertently created an alternate reality. That concept of time travel was one I'd utilize years later in my own work. Thanks, John!

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     January 9, 2003 | Overstreet Grading Guide
    From Vu
    I was looking at the new OFFICIAL OVERSTREET COMIC BOOK GRADING GUIDE (Jan 2003), written by Robert M. Overstreet & Arnold T. Blumberg, when I ran across this page that uses MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE #50's cover as an example for their 9.4 Near Mint grading.

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