John Romita pencils; Sal Buscema inks cover credits provided by Nick Caputo, confirmed by original art as seen in Sal Buscema, Comics Fast and Furious Artist book.
Story pages are numbered 1-20, but pages 12 and 13 are half-story and half-ads.
Marvel comics now on sale. Top half of page after page six of the story.
Bottom half of page after page six of the story. Promos for Fear #3 and Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD #18, with covers depicted.
Sam Rosen has been ill. Promo for Conan the Barbarian. Nancy Murphy is in charge of subscriptions. Visit by Vic Ghidalia of ABC-TV. John Buscema has drawn a cover for PRO, the magazine of the National Football League. Bob Raleigh Jr., disc jockey on WPGC radio, Washington, D.C. has been plugging Marvel comics. Marvel received fan letters from French film director Alain Resnais and Italian film director Federico Fellini, the latter in Italian. In Stan's Soapbox, Stan complains that all the letters for Captain America deal with social issues and nobody comments on the stories or art.
Letters from Jean Laidig; Don Tyler; F.C. Freeth; and Bruce Long. Also includes a panel from a previous story and a promo for Fantastic Four #109.
Bottom of first page of letters column. Statement of Ownership for October 1, 1970. Average paid circulation for past 12 months is 322,195. Issue nearest to filing date is 269, 255.