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WHAT THE--?! #2 (Sep 1988) Marvel Comics

cover:  John Byrne
WHAT THE--?! #2
Date: Sep 1988
Cover Price: $1.25
Publisher: marvel.com

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NOTE: This comic book does not contain any George Pérez art.

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    News Sat, 25 Nov 2006 16:02:11 CST Ilke
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    WHAT THE--?! #2 (Sep 1988)
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    Monday, December 11, 2000 11:05:59 AM

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    Parody: What The--?! #2, September '88: "Doctor Deranged"
    Gillis, Foglio

    A spoof by Marvel of DC's mystical characters, this story includes an appearance by "The Aunty Monitor!" (looking roughly like the Anti-Monitor in his second suit of armor, plus gray wig and pink apron). To quote: "We've decided that this universe has become entirely too complicated!" "You're gonna get rid of us?" "No -- we're just going to change everything around!" [poof] "The first six pages of this story no longer exist! It's the way we do things here!" Amusingly, the What The--?! series (in its various DC parodies) made fun of both the silliness of having multiple Earths, and the silliness of fixing 'em. Issues 1-4 are recommended for giggle value.

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