Letters credit from George Olshevsky's Marvel Comics Index #7B, the cover is also reprinted as page 10 panel 3 of the story in Astonishing Tales #24.
Revival of Colossus from Tales Of Suspense (Marvel, 1959 series) #14 and #20 (stories reprinted in Monsters On the Prowl (Marvel, 1971 series) #17 and #25). Bob O'Bryan, Diane Cummings and Grant Marshall were introduced in the Colossus story from Tales of Suspense #20 (reprinted in Monsters On the Prowl #25). According to the text article in Astonishing Tales #22 (Kings and Things To Take By Storm by Tony Isabella) Roy Thomas, Marv Wolfman and Don McGregor all helped put this story together.
Job number from the Atlas Tales website.
Items about how martial arts is coming to Marvel with Shang-Chi-Master of Kung Fu (the son of Fu Manchu) by Steve Englehart and Jim Starlin, Uncanny Tales, The Dead of Night and Weird Wonder Tales are debuting, the address to give your college bookstore if they aren't carrying the latest Marvel masterworks, Crazy #2 features satire by none other than Art Buchwald, FOOM is shipping out the third issue, a cryptic message about an upcoming Marvel event which can be decoded with the Spider-Man code and the sad news that Syd Shores has passed away. Marvel checklist for comics listed with a synopsis are Dracula Lives #4, Tales of the Zombie #3, Savage Tales #3, Crazy #2, Fantastic Four #141, Spider-Man #127, Avengers #118, Captain America & the Falcon #168, Daredevil #106, Fear #19, Werewolf By Night #11, Marvel Team-Up #16, Doc Savage #8, Astonishing Tales #21, Marvel Double Feature #1, Marvel Spotlight #13 and Master of Kung Fu. Also includes a small advertisement for FOOM Magazine. Appears between pages 2 and 3 of the second story sequence.