1988, November - 1988, November - 1988, November
Comics Published in November, 1988

Doctor Doom has lured the Hulk out into the Nevada desert, angering the grey skinned brute enough to attack. Doom fends off the Hulk with his armor's defensive weapons, incapacitating him with a neuro-space field. Doom announces his desire to form an alliance with the Hulk, and the brute feigns interest until Doom lowers the field and then resumes his attack. The Doctor is prepared for this, using a neuro-ray to controls the Hulk's movements until he is incapacitated. No match for Doom's advanced weapons, the Hulk decides to stand down and listen to what the Doctor has come to propose to him. Doom explains the events leading up to his ward -- Kristoff Vernard -- being reprogrammed with Doom's own memories and personality when he was thought to be dead. Because of this a series of events have led up to Doom being ousted as ruler of Latveria with Kristoff -- thinking he is the true Doctor Doom -- to rule in his place. Doom asks for the Hulk's alliance in exchange for safe haven in Latveria once it is retaken, and a position as Doom's minister. The Hulk is unimpressed as he likes his current position of power in Las Vegas. Hearing this Doom tries a different tactic, he goads the Hulk -- telling him that his long time rival the Thing has been granted increased strength and now leads the Fantastic Four and that the Hulk has been hiding out because he is too cowardly to face him. This naturally angers the Hulk enough that he decides to go to New York and defeat the Thing.

While at the Four Freedoms Plaza, the remaining three members of the Fantastic Four have returned home to tell Alicia of their recent adventures in the Negative Zone and their confrontation with the Beyonder, which was complicated by Doctor Doom's constant scheming. They also remark on how Doom offered to cure Sharon of her mutation into a She-Thing and how Sharon refused his help. With the tale told, Johnny invites Sharon and Ben to join them on a picnic on Staten Island, but Ben declines to keep watch over their headquarters. Alone with his thoughts, the Thing remarks how things were when Reed was always staying behind when he led the Fantastic Four and how he has changed personally since taking up the mantle of leadership for the group while Reed is away. Reaching the roof of the building, Ben is suddenly ambushed by the Hulk who attacks him from behind.

Since most people believe that the Hulk is dead -- and nobody has made the connection between the grey Hulk and his green alter-ego -- the Hulk reminds himself that he cannot speak during the fight, less the Thing get tipped off as to his true identity. Ben crashes to the streets below but survives the impact. The Hulk dives down to meet his foe but Ben knocks him into a city bus. Pulling himself out of the rubble, the Hulk then charges into another attack and the two begin trading blows. Eventually Ben begins to lose his temper and lands a strong blow, sending the Hulk flying into a parked car. Angered by the Thing's seemingly superior strength, the Hulk almost speaks, but catches himself before he can say more than a word. As the battle rages on, Doctor Doom watches from a building above. He believes that the Hulk will defeat the Thing and become his first loyal soldier in his army to liberate Latveria.

The battle in the streets below breaks through the street and into the sewers below. There Ben begins getting the upper hand and his blows send the Hulk flying back out onto the street above. With the Hulk weak and almost defeated, Ben grabs his opponent by the throat and is about to land the winning blow when suddenly he hears someone call out. Turning around, both Ben and the grey Hulk as surprised to see what appears to be the green Hulk coming to join the battle.

This story is continue in Incredible Hulk #350...

| Appearing1 = Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:


| Solicit = THIS IT (again)!

  • Hulk VS Thing, and only one will walk away!
  • Plus...Doctor Doom and...the GREEN Hulk?
  • This one is a must!

| Notes = ===Continuity Notes===

  • Doctor Doom and the Hulk appear here following the events of Incredible Hulk #349 where Doom lures the Hulk out into the desert.
  • Doom talks about how Kristoff took over Latveria, the facts surrounding these events are as follows:
    • During his battle against Tyros the Tamer in Fantastic Four #260, while Doom's body was destroyed he cheated death by using the Ovoids mind-swapping technique on Norman McArthur.
    • Also while Doom was assumed dead, his Doombots reprogrammed his ward Kristoff Vernard with Doom's mind and personality in Fantastic Four #278. Kristoff was defeated and imprisoned by the Fantastic Four.
    • The real Doctor Doom was later restored to normal by the Beyonder in Fantastic Four #288.
    • Kristoff was freed in Fantastic Four Annual #20 and took control of Latveria when Doom's own Doombots turned on him after he admitted weakness, convincing the robots that Kristoff was the true Doctor Doom.
  • The Hulk states that he has a "good gig" in Las Vegas, this is a reference to the fact that he faked his death in Incredible Hulk #346 and started working for mobster in issue #347 of that series under the alias "Joe Fixit" working for mobster Michael Berengetti.
  • Both the Thing and the Hulk have gone through startling transformations:
    • Ben was mutated further and now has increased strength thanks to a second dose of cosmic rays he was exposed to in Fantastic Four #310.
    • Meanwhile, the Hulk reverted back to his original grey form that is more intelligent but less powerful in Incredible Hulk #324.

Publication Notes

| Trivia = | Recommended =

| Links = |Fantastic Four Vol 1 320=Fantastic Four Vol 1 320|Fantastic Four #320=Fantastic Four Vol 1 320|=|=|%ARGS%=§ Image = Fantastic Four Vol 1 320.jpg § Month = 11 § Year = 1988

§ Editor-in-Chief = Tom DeFalco § CoverArtist1 = Ron Frenz § CoverArtist2 = Joe Sinnott

§ Writer1_1 = Steve Englehart § Penciler1_1 = Keith Pollard § Inker1_1 = Joe Sinnott § Colourist1_1 = George Roussos § Letterer1_1 = John Workman § Editor1_1 = Ralph Macchio

§ Quotation = Consciousness makes cowards of so many... § Speaker = Victor von Doom (Earth-616)§Doctor Doom

§ PreviousIssue = (Series) Fantastic Four Vol 1 319§Fantastic Four #319
(Story) Incredible Hulk Vol 1 349§Incredible Hulk #349 § NextIssue = (Series) Fantastic Four Vol 1 321§Fantastic Four #321
(Story) Incredible Hulk Vol 1 350§Incredible Hulk #350

§ StoryTitle1 = Pride Goeth... § Synopsis1 =

Doctor Doom has lured the Hulk out into the Nevada desert, angering the grey skinned brute enough to attack. Doom fends off the Hulk with his armor's defensive weapons, incapacitating him with a neuro-space field. Doom announces his desire to form an alliance with the Hulk, and the brute feigns interest until Doom lowers the field and then resumes his attack. The Doctor is prepared for this, using a neuro-ray to controls the Hulk's movements until he is incapacitated. No match for Doom's advanced weapons, the Hulk decides to stand down and listen to what the Doctor has come to propose to him. Doom explains the events leading up to his ward -- Kristoff Vernard -- being reprogrammed with Doom's own memories and personality when he was thought to be dead. Because of this a series of events have led up to Doom being ousted as ruler of Latveria with Kristoff -- thinking he is the true Doctor Doom -- to rule in his place. Doom asks for the Hulk's alliance in exchange for safe haven in Latveria once it is retaken, and a position as Doom's minister. The Hulk is unimpressed as he likes his current position of power in Las Vegas. Hearing this Doom tries a different tactic, he goads the Hulk -- telling him that his long time rival the Thing has been granted increased strength and now leads the Fantastic Four and that the Hulk has been hiding out because he is too cowardly to face him. This naturally angers the Hulk enough that he decides to go to New York and defeat the Thing.

While at the Four Freedoms Plaza, the remaining three members of the Fantastic Four have returned home to tell Alicia of their recent adventures in the Negative Zone and their confrontation with the Beyonder, which was complicated by Doctor Doom's constant scheming. They also remark on how Doom offered to cure Sharon of her mutation into a She-Thing and how Sharon refused his help. With the tale told, Johnny invites Sharon and Ben to join them on a picnic on Staten Island, but Ben declines to keep watch over their headquarters. Alone with his thoughts, the Thing remarks how things were when Reed was always staying behind when he led the Fantastic Four and how he has changed personally since taking up the mantle of leadership for the group while Reed is away. Reaching the roof of the building, Ben is suddenly ambushed by the Hulk who attacks him from behind.

Since most people believe that the Hulk is dead -- and nobody has made the connection between the grey Hulk and his green alter-ego -- the Hulk reminds himself that he cannot speak during the fight, less the Thing get tipped off as to his true identity. Ben crashes to the streets below but survives the impact. The Hulk dives down to meet his foe but Ben knocks him into a city bus. Pulling himself out of the rubble, the Hulk then charges into another attack and the two begin trading blows. Eventually Ben begins to lose his temper and lands a strong blow, sending the Hulk flying into a parked car. Angered by the Thing's seemingly superior strength, the Hulk almost speaks, but catches himself before he can say more than a word. As the battle rages on, Doctor Doom watches from a building above. He believes that the Hulk will defeat the Thing and become his first loyal soldier in his army to liberate Latveria.

The battle in the streets below breaks through the street and into the sewers below. There Ben begins getting the upper hand and his blows send the Hulk flying back out onto the street above. With the Hulk weak and almost defeated, Ben grabs his opponent by the throat and is about to land the winning blow when suddenly he hears someone call out. Turning around, both Ben and the grey Hulk as surprised to see what appears to be the green Hulk coming to join the battle.

This story is continue in {c§Incredible Hulk #350}...

§ Appearing1 = Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:


§ Solicit = THIS IT (again)!

  • Hulk VS Thing, and only one will walk away!
  • Plus...Doctor Doom and...the GREEN Hulk?
  • This one is a must!

§ Notes = ===Continuity Notes===

  • Doctor Doom and the Hulk appear here following the events of {c§Incredible Hulk #349} where Doom lures the Hulk out into the desert.
  • Doom talks about how Kristoff took over Latveria, the facts surrounding these events are as follows:
    • During his battle against Tyros (Earth-616)§Tyros the Tamer in {c§Fantastic Four #260}, while Doom's body was destroyed he cheated death by using the Ovoids mind-swapping technique on Norman McArthur (Earth-616)§Norman McArthur.
    • Also while Doom was assumed dead, his Doombot§Doombots reprogrammed his ward Kristoff Vernard with Doom's mind and personality in {c§Fantastic Four #278}. Kristoff was defeated and imprisoned by the Fantastic Four.
    • The real Doctor Doom was later restored to normal by the Beyonder (Earth-616)§Beyonder in {c§Fantastic Four #288}.
    • Kristoff was freed in {c§Fantastic Four Annual #20} and took control of Latveria when Doom's own Doombots turned on him after he admitted weakness, convincing the robots that Kristoff was the true Doctor Doom.
  • The Hulk states that he has a "good gig" in Las Vegas, this is a reference to the fact that he faked his death in {c§Incredible Hulk #346} and started working for mobster {c§Incredible Hulk #347§in issue #347} of that series under the alias "Joe Fixit" working for mobster Michael Berengetti (Earth-616)§Michael Berengetti.
  • Both the Thing and the Hulk have gone through startling transformations:
    • Ben was mutated further and now has increased strength thanks to a second dose of cosmic rays he was exposed to in {c§Fantastic Four #310}.
    • Meanwhile, the Hulk reverted back to his original grey form that is more intelligent but less powerful in {c§Incredible Hulk #324}.
  • The Hulk states that he has defeated the Thing every time they fought. This is a very one-sided viewpoint. To date the pair have clashed in {c§Fantastic Four #12}, {c§Fantastic Four #25}-{c§Fantastic Four #26§26}, {c§Incredible Hulk #122}, {c§Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comics Magazine #5}, {c§Fantastic Four #112}, {c§Incredible Hulk #153}, {c§Marvel Feature #11}, {c§Giant-Size Super-Stars #1}, {C§Fantastic Four #166}-{c§Fantastic Four #167§167}, {c§Rampaging Hulk Vol 2 #5}, {c§Marvel Two-In-One #46}, {c§Marvel Two-In-One Annual #5}, {c§Marvel Fanfare #21}, and {c§Marvel Graphic Novel: The Big Change #1}. Most bouts were a tie, with the Hulk only winning 4 fights (in Fantastic Four #25, Fantastic Four #167, Marvel Fanfare #21, Rampaging Hulk Vol 2 #5) and the Thing winning 3 (in Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comics Magazine #5, Incredible Hulk #153, Fantastic Four #166).
  • Sharon mentions how Doom offered to cure her, he did so in {c§Fantastic Four #318} and {c§Fantastic Four #319§319}. She refused both times, but later takes him up on the offer in {C§Fantastic Four #350}.
  • The green Hulk seen in this story is a robot that was last seen in {C§Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comics Magazine #5}.
  • Ben, the Hulk, the robot Hulk and Doctor Doom are all next seen in {c§Incredible Hulk #350}.

Publication Notes

§ Trivia = § Recommended =

§ Links = }}

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File:Incredible Hulk Vol 1 349.jpg|Incredible Hulk #349{{Marvel Database:Comic Template_Month_Year| Image = Incredible Hulk Vol 1 349.jpg | Month = 11 | Year = 1988

| Editor-in-Chief = Tom DeFalco | CoverArtist1 = Jeff Purves | CoverArtist2 = Bob McLeod

| BlockQuote =
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 1.6 Textless.jpg
The Amazing Spider-Man
Look, fella... Just stay down there and you won't get hurt.
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The Hulk
Don't worry about it, Hotshot. You stay where you are. I'll come up!
Conversation Tail.png

| PreviousIssue = (Series) Incredible Hulk #348
(Story) Web of Spider-Man #44 | NextIssue = (Series) Incredible Hulk #350
(Story) Fantastic Four #320

| StoryArc = Warzone (Storyline) | StoryTitle1 = Warzone | Writer1_1 = Peter David | Penciler1_1 = Jeff Purves | Inker1_1 = Terry Austin | Colourist1_1 = Petra Scotese | Letterer1_1 = Joe Rosen | Editor1_1 = Bobbie Chase | Editor1_2 = James DiGiovanna

| Synopsis1 = This story continues from Web of Spider-Man #44

The Hulk is has confronted Charlie and Alpha of the Warzone commandos and Spider-Man. The gamma-spawned mob enforcer has a bone to pick with Charlie as she is responsible for putting his girlfriend Marlo Chandler in the hospital. Spider-Man is confused as he is under the impression that the Hulk had died recently, unaware that the Hulk survived and has been operating in Vegas as Joe Fixit. Alpha steps in and tells the Hulk that all he wants to do is kill Charlie, something the Hulk agrees to stand aside and let happen. However, the wall-crawler will not be party to murder and fires a web-line, but the Hulk blocks the shot. The Hulk reiterates that Charlie is responsible for hurting Marlo and tells Spider-Man to back off. As Charlie flees with Alpha not far behind, Spider-Man fires a spider-tracer on Alpha so he can focus on Joe Fixit. By this point the Hulk is fed up and charges at Spider-Man, but the web-slinger dodges out of the way, sending the Hulk crashing into a parking structure. From there, the Hulk begins tossing pieces of cars, threatening to injure all the people around, forcing Spider-Man to hold off on his pursuit of Alpha and Charlie to deal with him. Although Spider-Man puts up a good fight, he is no match for this smarter, more sinister version of the Hulk.

Not far away, Charlie manages to buy some time by throwing a dagger at Alpha, hitting him in the arm. She then rushes into a nearby chapel and tells everyone to run for cover as the bullets begin to fly. Watching from a nearby rooftop is Delta who hopes the two other soldiers below kill each other when he is suddenly shot point-blank by his other opponent, Bravo. While at his base of operations, Anthony Gold meets with his superiors who are unimpressed with his failure to set up the Maggia in Vegas. In response, they shoot him point blank in the chest and leave him for dead. Meanwhile, the battle between Spider-Man and the Hulk wages on. The two fight to a standstill as Bravo steals an SUV to get around faster to chase after Delta. While in the church, Alpha impales Charlie with a candle holder, apparently killing her in the process.

Hearing Charlie's screams, Spider-Man breaks off his fight with the Hulk and goes to her. Spider-Man asks the Hulk if he is happy with this outcome and is shocked when he expresses that he is and means it. Fed up, Spider-Man tells the Hulk to go to hell and swings off to stop Alpha and the other members of Warzone. In the middle of the desert, Delta and Bravo continue to fight it out, with Delta blowing up Bravo's SUV, leaving him at the mercy of his opponent. Back in town, Alpha is attacked by Spider-Man, who is seeking to avenge Charlie's death. However, Spider-Man's reaction is premature as Charlie wakes up and, seemingly unharmed, pulls the candle holder out of her body. Seeing this the Hulk grabs the woman by the throat and demands answers as to what's going on. Meanwhile, Alpha tries to take advantage of Spider-Man's sense of valor by shooting out the supports to a massive neon sign. This forces the wall-crawler to try to support it before it can fall on the innocent people around them. Before Alpha can shoot Spider-Man in the back, the Hulk arrives and breaks off his arms, revealing that Alpha is a cyborg. After mocking Spider-Man for being altruistic when he, in fact, was responsible for bringing Warzone to Vegas and endangering people to begin with, the Hulk agrees to help. Showing Spider-Man Alpha's severed arms, he explains what's going on.

At that moment, Bravo manages to get the better of Delta by activating a series of hidden weapons that he rigged around the desert. The Hulk explains that Warzone are a bunch of trained mercenary cyborgs who pit themselves against each other once a year. After explaining everything to the wall-crawler, sufficiently rubbing it in the hero's face, the Hulk then leaps off. Meanwhile, the members of Warzone regroup to discuss the location for next year's game. The Hulk returns to his apartment and is surprised to be visited by Doctor Doom, who has a proposition to make.

This story is continued in Fantastic Four #320...

| Appearing1 = Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:


Vehicles:


| Solicit = Things heat up in New York as the survivalist group known as Warzone host their annual gladiatorial competition. And the Hulk is NOT okay with it.

  • Can the Hulk and Spider-Man defeat this kill-crazed group, before they kill each other?

| Notes =

Continuity Notes

  • Spider-Man, like the rest of the world, believes that the Hulk was killed in a gamma bomb explosion as depicted in Incredible Hulk #345. However, the Hulk survived and set up his cover identity of Joe Fixit. The events leading to this status quo are later revealed in Incredible Hulk #351-352.

Publication Notes

  • This issue contains a letters page, Gray Matter. Letters are published from Martin Musick, Dave Berkbile, Yves R. Grant, Jason Rivera, Michael A. Osazuwa, Chill, Ronnie Aldrich and Joey Hamblen.


| Trivia = | Recommended = | Links = |Incredible Hulk Vol 1 349=Incredible Hulk Vol 1 349|Incredible Hulk #349=Incredible Hulk Vol 1 349|=|=|%ARGS%=§ Image = Incredible Hulk Vol 1 349.jpg § Month = 11 § Year = 1988

§ Editor-in-Chief = Tom DeFalco § CoverArtist1 = Jeff Purves § CoverArtist2 = Bob McLeod

§ BlockQuote = {Conversation§Look, fella... Just stay down there and you won't get hurtPeter Parker (Earth-616)§The Amazing Spider-Man§Don't worry about it, Hotshot. You stay where you are. I'll come up!§Bruce Banner (Earth-616)§The Hulk§Image2=Bruce Banner (Earth-616) from Hulk Vol 2 7 0001.jpg}

§ PreviousIssue = (Series) {c§Incredible Hulk #348}
(Story) {c§Web of Spider-Man #44} § NextIssue = (Series) {c§Incredible Hulk #350}
(Story) {c§Fantastic Four #320}

§ StoryArc = Warzone (Storyline) § StoryTitle1 = Warzone § Writer1_1 = Peter David § Penciler1_1 = Jeff Purves § Inker1_1 = Terry Austin § Colourist1_1 = Petra Scotese § Letterer1_1 = Joe Rosen § Editor1_1 = Bobbie Chase § Editor1_2 = James DiGiovanna

§ Synopsis1 = This story continues from {c§Web of Spider-Man #44}

The Hulk is has confronted Charlie and Alpha of the Warzone commandos and Spider-Man. The gamma-spawned mob enforcer has a bone to pick with Charlie as she is responsible for putting his girlfriend Marlo Chandler in the hospital. Spider-Man is confused as he is under the impression that the Hulk had died recently, unaware that the Hulk survived and has been operating in Vegas as Joe Fixit. Alpha steps in and tells the Hulk that all he wants to do is kill Charlie, something the Hulk agrees to stand aside and let happen. However, the wall-crawler will not be party to murder and fires a web-line, but the Hulk blocks the shot. The Hulk reiterates that Charlie is responsible for hurting Marlo and tells Spider-Man to back off. As Charlie flees with Alpha not far behind, Spider-Man fires a spider-tracer on Alpha so he can focus on Joe Fixit. By this point the Hulk is fed up and charges at Spider-Man, but the web-slinger dodges out of the way, sending the Hulk crashing into a parking structure. From there, the Hulk begins tossing pieces of cars, threatening to injure all the people around, forcing Spider-Man to hold off on his pursuit of Alpha and Charlie to deal with him. Although Spider-Man puts up a good fight, he is no match for this smarter, more sinister version of the Hulk.

Not far away, Charlie manages to buy some time by throwing a dagger at Alpha, hitting him in the arm. She then rushes into a nearby chapel and tells everyone to run for cover as the bullets begin to fly. Watching from a nearby rooftop is Delta who hopes the two other soldiers below kill each other when he is suddenly shot point-blank by his other opponent, Bravo. While at his base of operations, Anthony Gold meets with his superiors who are unimpressed with his failure to set up the Maggia in Vegas. In response, they shoot him point blank in the chest and leave him for dead. Meanwhile, the battle between Spider-Man and the Hulk wages on. The two fight to a standstill as Bravo steals an SUV to get around faster to chase after Delta. While in the church, Alpha impales Charlie with a candle holder, apparently killing her in the process.

Hearing Charlie's screams, Spider-Man breaks off his fight with the Hulk and goes to her. Spider-Man asks the Hulk if he is happy with this outcome and is shocked when he expresses that he is and means it. Fed up, Spider-Man tells the Hulk to go to hell and swings off to stop Alpha and the other members of Warzone. In the middle of the desert, Delta and Bravo continue to fight it out, with Delta blowing up Bravo's SUV, leaving him at the mercy of his opponent. Back in town, Alpha is attacked by Spider-Man, who is seeking to avenge Charlie's death. However, Spider-Man's reaction is premature as Charlie wakes up and, seemingly unharmed, pulls the candle holder out of her body. Seeing this the Hulk grabs the woman by the throat and demands answers as to what's going on. Meanwhile, Alpha tries to take advantage of Spider-Man's sense of valor by shooting out the supports to a massive neon sign. This forces the wall-crawler to try to support it before it can fall on the innocent people around them. Before Alpha can shoot Spider-Man in the back, the Hulk arrives and breaks off his arms, revealing that Alpha is a cyborg. After mocking Spider-Man for being altruistic when he, in fact, was responsible for bringing Warzone to Vegas and endangering people to begin with, the Hulk agrees to help. Showing Spider-Man Alpha's severed arms, he explains what's going on.

At that moment, Bravo manages to get the better of Delta by activating a series of hidden weapons that he rigged around the desert. The Hulk explains that Warzone are a bunch of trained mercenary cyborgs who pit themselves against each other once a year. After explaining everything to the wall-crawler, sufficiently rubbing it in the hero's face, the Hulk then leaps off. Meanwhile, the members of Warzone regroup to discuss the location for next year's game. The Hulk returns to his apartment and is surprised to be visited by Doctor Doom, who has a proposition to make.

This story is continued in {c§Fantastic Four #320}...

§ Appearing1 = Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:


Vehicles:


§ Solicit = Things heat up in New York as the survivalist group known as Warzone host their annual gladiatorial competition. And the Hulk is NOT okay with it.

  • Can the Hulk and Spider-Man defeat this kill-crazed group, before they kill each other?

§ Notes =

Continuity Notes

  • Marlo Chandler was injured during the events of {c§Web of Spider-Man #44}.
  • Spider-Man, like the rest of the world, believes that the Hulk was killed in a gamma bomb explosion as depicted in {c§Incredible Hulk #345}. However, the Hulk survived and set up his cover identity of Joe Fixit. The events leading to this status quo are later revealed in {c§Incredible Hulk #351}-{c§Incredible Hulk #352§352}.

Publication Notes

  • This issue contains a letters page, Gray Matter. Letters are published from Martin Musick, Dave Berkbile, Yves R. Grant, Jason Rivera, Michael A. Osazuwa, Chill, Ronnie Aldrich and Joey Hamblen.


§ Trivia = § Recommended = § Links = }}

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1988, November


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