Series: Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Tales of Suspense

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Marvel Masterworks, Volume 068: Atlas Era Tales of Suspense Nos. 1-10 by Stan Lee1
Marvel Masterworks, Volume 098: Atlas Era Tales of Suspense Nos. 11-20 by Jack Kirby2
Marvel Masterworks, Volume 144: Atlas Era Tales of Suspense Nos. 21-31 by Stan Lee3
Marvel Masterworks, Volume 186: Atlas Era Tales of Suspense by Stan Lee4

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  1. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 018: The Mighty Thor (From Journey Into Mystery Nos.83-100) by Stan Lee (1991)
  2. Squadron Supreme by Mark Gruenwald (1997)
  3. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 085: Atlas Era Strange Tales Nos.1-10 by Joe Maneely (2007)
  4. Fantastic Four: The End by Alan Davis (2007)
  5. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 023: Doctor Strange (From Strange Tales Nos.110-111 ∙ 114-141) by Stan Lee (1992)
  6. Essential Spider-Man, Volume 6 by Gerry Conway (2004)
  7. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 073: Atlas Era Heroes (From Marvel Boy Nos.1-2 ∙ Astonishing Nos. 3-6 & Young Men Nos. 24-28) by Bill Everett (2007)
  8. Avengers: The Kree-Skrull War by Roy Thomas (2000)
  9. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 070: The Avengers Nos. 51-58, Annual No. 2 & The X-Men No. 45 by Roy Thomas (2006)
  10. Strange Suspense: The Steve Ditko Archives, Volume 1 by Steve Ditko (2009)
  11. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 099: Golden Age Captain America Comics Nos. 5-8 by Jack Kirby (2008)
  12. Marvel 1985 by Mark Millar (2008)
  13. The Incredible Hulk: Future Imperfect (Marvel's Finest) by Peter David (1994)
  14. Black Widow: The Name of the Rose by Marjorie M. Liu (2011)
  15. Challengers of the Unknown Archives, Volume 2 by Jack Kirby (2004)

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