CAPTAIN MARVEL #34
Marvel | Back To Captain Marvel | September 1974 | Volume 1 | USA | 242 Owned
1st Appearance of Nitro, Last Jim Starlin artwork in title. Series "A" Marvel Value Stamp #25 (The Torch)

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Published
September 1974
Comic Age
Bronze
Cover Price
$.25
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  • This issue should contain Marvel Value Stamp #25 - The Torch
  • 1st "NITRO" (Robert Hunter) APPEARANCE. Nitro would be responsible for starting "CIVIL WAR".
  • LAST JIM STARLIN Artwork in title
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 1st APPEARANCE "NITRO" 
* 1st "NITRO" (Robert Hunter) APPEARANCE. Nitro would be responsible for creating "Civil War".
 Blown Away! 
The Lunatic Legion send their agent, Nitro-The Exploding Man, to steal a top secret government nerve gas called Compound 13. He is confronted by Captain Marvel who defeats Nitro by having Rick hit his nega bands together at the moment Nitro explodes. The gas canister is ruptured in the explosion and Mar-Vell successfully reseals the container, not before inhaling some of the toxic gas that will eventually give him the cancer which kills him in "The Death of Captain Marvel" graphic novel.

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