UNKNOWN WORLD OF SCIENCE FICTION #3 (May 1975) Marvel Comics

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UNKNOWN WORLD OF SCIENCE FICTION #3
Date: May 1975
Cover Price: $1.00
Publisher: marvel.com

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WAR TOY (Mar 1975), art by George Perez, published in UNKNOWN WORLD OF SCIENCE FICTION #3 (May 1975) Marvel Comics, scan from Sleestak

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    Credits
    Magazine (82 pages)/"Occupation Force" (5 pages) 
    writer:  Gerry Conway
    various 
    art:  George Pérez
    Klaus Janson

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    editor:  Roy Thomas
    Gerry Conway
    Marv Wolfman
    Len Wein
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    War Toy
    News Sat, 13 Jan 2007 11:21:01 CST Vu
    From thatsmyskull.blogspot.com
    If I wrote Civil War
    Saturday, January 13, 2007

    (excerpt)

    I think it would be cool if during the final climactic fight scene with Iron Man over the Registration Act, Captain America yanks a rubber mask off of Tony and reveals that the guy in the armor is actually this guy:

    WAR TOY (Mar 1975), art by George Perez, published in UNKNOWN WORLD OF SCIENCE FICTION #3 (May 1975) Marvel Comics, scan from Sleestak
    War Toy first appeared in an alternate future tale in Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction magazine #3 (March 1975) by Tony Isabella with art by George Perez. The War Toy model showed up again years later in the great Busiek/Perez run of the Avengers a few years ago being used as shock troops by Ultron. Since the brain patterns of the Avengers were recorded by Ultron during that battle it wouldn't be too difficult to have a War Toy model impersonate one or more of the heroes involved in the conflict.

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