The Silver Surfer Marvel Masterworks

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With the strength of the Hulk and the agility of Captain America, the Silver Surfer rode the wave to Marvel Comics stardom. The Silver Surfer first appeared in Fantastic Four #48, when he came to destroy Earth for Galactus. His heart is softened, though, when he meets Alicia Masters, and he betrays his evil master. Fans couldn’t get enough of the “Sky-Rider of the Spaceways,” and in 1968 Stan Lee and John Buscema launched the Silver Surfer in his own series. Marvel Masterworks: The Silver Surfer presents numbers ...
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With the strength of the Hulk and the agility of Captain America, the Silver Surfer rode the wave to Marvel Comics stardom. The Silver Surfer first appeared in Fantastic Four #48, when he came to destroy Earth for Galactus. His heart is softened, though, when he meets Alicia Masters, and he betrays his evil master. Fans couldn’t get enough of the “Sky-Rider of the Spaceways,” and in 1968 Stan Lee and John Buscema launched the Silver Surfer in his own series. Marvel Masterworks: The Silver Surfer presents numbers one through six of this incredible series.

A series of “indescribable fantasy and spine-tingling suspense” with artwork that Lee suggests, in the introduction, belongs next to the Mona Lisa, these comics tell the captivating story of how Norrin Radd became the Silver Surfer and alien prisoner from the planet Zenn-La. By issue three, the most despicable characters ever to lurk in the pages of a comic book - Mephisto - has become the Silver Surfer’s most dangerous enemy. Follow the adventures of this amazing hero in the six original comics - plus a bonus Fantastic Four issue that features the Silver Surfer - that led to an animated series and action figures.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780871358080
  • Publisher: Marvel Enterprises, Inc.
  • Publication date: 11/28/1991
  • Series: Silver Surfer Series
  • Pages: 328

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Stan Lee
Stan Lee

Stan Lee is the former head writer, editorial and art director, publisher, and chairman of Marvel Comics, where he now holds the title of chairman emeritus. Currently chairman and chief creative officer of POW! Entertainment, where he creates motion pictures and television series, he lives in Los Angeles.

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