Letters credit from George Olshevsky's Marvel Comics Index #7B.
Page 1 of "Fin Fang Foom!" from Strange Tales #89 is reprinted on page 7, panels 4-6 of page 5 of the original story is reprinted on page 8 panels 1-3, panels 2-4 of page 6 of the original story is reprinted on page 8 panels 4-6 and panel 2 of page 8 of the original story is reprinted as panel 7 of page 8. The Fin Fang Foom story is also reprinted in Fantasy Masterpieces (Marvel, 1966 series) #2 (April 1966), in Where Monsters Dwell (Marvel, 1970 series) #21 (May 1973) and in Monster Masterworks TPB.
Stan Lee talks about since it's the start of a new year it's the perfect time to talk about the new stuff coming out. He mentions the Spider-Man Medallion Coins, a new series of hard-cover books about your favorite Marvel masterworks, FOOM, the Value Stamp project, a potential full-length feature film and how two top TV producers are making them an offer they can't refuse. Items about the New Year's Resolutions by Gerry Conway, Mike Ploog, Rich Buckler, Johnny Romita, Steve Gerber, Bob Brown, John Buscema, Sal Buscema, Marv Wolfman, Gene Colan, Roy Thomas and Stan Lee, they are discontinuing the ads for FOOM for a few weeks because they can't keep up with the orders and another Spider-Man code. Mighty Marvel Checklist for comics now on sale! listed with a synopsis are Spider-Man #131, Thor #222, Tomb of Dracula #19, Captain America #172, Werewolf by Night #16, Conan the Barbarian #37, Iron Man #67, Fear #21, Marvel Team-Up #20, Kull the Destroyer #13, Strange Tales #173, Astonishing Tales #23 and Worlds Unknown #6. Also includes a small promo for Iron Fist in Marvel Premiere. Appears between pages 13 and 14 of the story sequence.
Article explaining some of the ideas behind the Marvel Value Stamps (and pledging to give a fuller explanation of what you get if you collect all 100). Article bragging about how Marvel's magazines are eight pages longer than most magazines and that Dracula Lives, Monsters Unleashed, Vampire Tales and Tales of the Zombie are put out six times a year with Crazy on sale seven times a year. Also, in a couple of months two more magazines will be launched. An item advertising Crazy #3 by listing some of the shows they parody and other articles (with an illustration from their "High Plains Drifter" story) and an item advertising Vampire Tales #4 (with an illustration from their "The Drifting Snow" story).
Article on the first "The Lost World" movie.
Letters from Bob Hobart, Steve Scheibner, Steven M Scholz, K.J. Robbins, Rodney Schroeter and Russell Lynn Fields with two partial panels reprinted from Astonishing Tales #22.
Promo for Amazing Spider-Man #131 using a portion of the cover.
Promo for Fantastic Four #145 using a portion of the cover.
Promo for Worlds Unknown using a portion of the cover.