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- ... It seems to know the Black Widow is to die!
Appearing in "An Evening's Wait For Death"Edit
- Lung Sei, a Chinese peasant (First appearance)
Synopsis for "An Evening's Wait For Death"Edit
Mr. Dibbs recruits Black Bolt to bring down rat-shack tenements while the royal family heads out to San Francisco to see what's become of him.
Appearing in "The Sting of the Widow"Edit
- Astrologer (Death)
- The Astrologer's "Family"
- Captain Dammett
- Goliath (Clint Barton)
Synopsis for "The Sting of the Widow"Edit
The Black Widow visits Avengers Mansion, then defeats the Astrologer.
- Triton leaves the Inhumans in San Francisco and will next be seen in Avengers #94.
- As seen on the first page of the Black Widow story (Story II), that segment is Story#582-Z.
- This issue contains a letters page, Amazing Mails. Letters are published from Ricky L. Shanklin, Marc Winerman, and Steve Vassos.
- The uncanny Inhumans face a hostile humanity - while it looks as if Black Bolt's out to destroy a whole city! Plus - the Black Widow gets it all together!
- Prominent West Coast Bodybuilders at this time included Dave Draper and Chuck Sipes. The scene where the Inhumans battle the Bodybuilders maybe somewhat of a parody.
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