Marvel Premiere Issue-by-Issue #21 to #40

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Marvel Premiere #21 (March, 1975): Iron Fist

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First full appearance of Misty Knight

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Iron Fist battles the living goddesses of the cult. The book is destroyed, and the Ninja reveals that he has been imprisoned inside of the book.

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Premiere #22 (June, 1975): Iron Fist

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Iron Fist battles the Ninja in another dimension, and when he uses his Iron Fist, he is sent back to Earth.

With Colleen Wing and her friend Misty Knight, Daniel must figure out what to do with his life now that his quest for vengeance is behind him.

Marvel Premiere #23 (August, 1975): Iron Fist; First Appearance, Warhawk

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1st appearance of Warhawk

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"The Name is... Warhawk"

Iron Fist battles Warhawk, who suffers from delusions that he is still in Vietnam.

Premiere #24 (September, 1975): Iron Fist

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Daniel Rand is playing softball in the park. A foreign princess is in the crowd, watching.

A robot called the Monstroid arrives, charged with assassinating her. As Iron Fist, Daniel stops it.

Premiere #25 (October, 1975): Last Iron Fist Issue

Marvel Premiere #25 (October, 1975): Last Iron Fist in title. Click for values

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Iron Fist must fight Khumbala Bey, the Princess' bodyguard, and Angar the Screamer, who has been creating illusions.

After this issue, Iron Fist got his own dedicated title, and Premiere diversified.

Premiere #26 (November, 1975): Hercules

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The Greek demigod tries to integrate his life in Olympus with his life on earth, with typically chaotic results.

Premiere #27 (December, 1975): Satana

Marvel Premiere #27 (December, 1975): Satana. Click for values

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Satana summons the basilisk to eliminate Dansker, a being from another dimension who has possessed a girl named Deborah Hirsch.

Marvel Premiere #28 (February, 1976): Legion of Monsters

Marvel Premiere #28 (February, 1976): Legion of Monsters. Click for values

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Team-up between Ghost Rider, Man-Thing, Morbius, and Werewolf by Night, Marvel's four most traditional "monster movie" characters.

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Premiere #29 (April, 1976): Origin and First Appearance, Liberty Legion

Marvel Premiere #29 (April, 1976): Origin and First Appearance, Liberty Legion. Click for values

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"Lo, the Liberty Legion!"

A Roy Thomas World War II dream team of old Timely characters to complement the Invaders: Bucky Barnes, The Whizzer, The Patriot, The Thin Man, Miss America, Red Raven, Blue Diamond, and Jack Frost.

Premiere #30 (June, 1976): Liberty Legion

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The Liberty Legion battles the Red Skull alongside the Invaders.

Premiere #31 (August, 1976): Origin and First Appearance, Woodgod

Marvel Premiere #31 (August, 1976): Origin and First Appearance, Woodgod. Click for values

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Woodgod is a satyr-like creature created by two geneticists from a combination of human and animal DNA.

He is attacked by local townspeople; one of them smashes a canister of nerve gas.

Woodgod, immune to the nerve gas, survives, but the townspeople all die from the gas. Now Woodgood must battle the US Army, which comes to investigate the incident.

Premiere #32 (October, 1976): First Appearance, Monark Starstalker

Marvel Premiere #32 (October, 1976): First Appearance, Monark Starstalker. Click for value

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His nervous system fried after an accident involving a supernova, Monark gets a cybernetic falcon companion, who assists him as he becomes an interstellar bounty hunter.

Marvel Premiere #33 (December, 1976): Solomon Kane

Marvel Premiere #33 (December, 1976): Solomon Kane. Click for value

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"The Mark of Kane!"

Solomon Kane, a Robert E. Howard creation, fights man-beasts hell-bent on killing an innocent girl.

Premiere #34 (February, 1977): Solomon Kane

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Kane travels to Africa where he battles Le Loup and the Gorilla God, Gulka.

Premiere #35 (April, 1977): Origin and First Appearance, 3-D Man

Marvel Premiere #35 (April, 1977): Origin and First Appearance, 3-D Man. Click for value

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In the 1950s, test pilot Chuck Chandler is captured by a Skrull Ship.

He escapes, but is seemingly disintegrated in a burst of light, but not before leaving two 2-D images of himself on his little brother Hal's glasses.

When Hal concentrates, he and Chuck merge to form 3-D Man, with triple the normal human strength, speed, and endurance.

Premiere #36 (June, 1977): 3-D Man

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3-D Man must battle a Skrull impersonating as a rock star.

Premiere #37 (August, 1977): 3-D Man

Marvel Premiere #37 (August, 1977): 3-D Man. Click for values

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3-D Man combats the Cold Warrior, who thinks 3-D man is a communist.

Premiere #38 (October, 1977): Weirdworld

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Tyndall, an amnesiac elf, along with his beautiful elf maiden Velenna, goes on a mythic quest to acquire a dragon's blood.

Marvel Premiere #39 (December, 1977): Torpedo

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Former football pro Brock Jones returns to the life of a super-hero after finding that selling insurance is boring.

Marvel Premiere #40 (February, 1978): Torpedo

Marvel Premiere #40 (February, 1978): Torpedo. Click for values

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The Torpedo comes face to face with crime boss Eugene Stivak and his Rocketeers, and finds out that great speed is more than matched up my tremendous mass.

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