Most pages in this issue are tinted green; untinted pages are 7/8, 13/14, 27/28 and 33/34; however, these pages, while without the bright green inking of the rest of the comic, have an eerie very pale green hue overall.
References to "comrade", the "Iron Curtain" etc. are removed/rewritten throughout, in an attempt to eliminate the Cold War anti-Soviet tone. A fine example of this attempt is story page 23, final panel, where the Gargoyle addresses a portrait of (presumably) Nikita Khrushchev - in this reprint, the portrait is given a moustache and a nameplate is added above the picture, which can be partially read: "IG BROTHE".
This story covers pages 2-9 and 13-16 of the comic.
A colour reprint of the pin-up from Fantastic Four #2, January 1962. Most of the text on the page is as the original, but some has been rewritten (writer and letterer unknown).
This covers page 10, within the Hulk story.
A colour reprint of the cover of Incredible Hulk #1, May 1962. Only the art is reproduced; all cover text is removed and new text added (writer and letterer unknown). Also, the colouring has been redone throughout, the Hulk's grey skin being recoloured green for instance.
This covers page 11, within the Hulk story.
Three-quarters of page 12 of the comic (within the Hulk story) is taken up with this ad for football (i.e. soccer) (T-)shirts, an "amazing offer" from Inside Football and Striker, "Britain's great soccer newspaper": for 95p, the reader can acquire a T-shirt with the face and signature of one of 20 players (such as Kevin Keegan). The ad contains a photo of one of the shirts.
The final quarter of the page, bottom left, carries instructions on how to iron on this issue's "free Marvel T-shirt transfer", which this time is Spider-Man.
As well as small edits here and there, the part heading on story page 20 ("The Moleman's Secret!") has been omitted, although the panel itself remains untouched. Another interesting edit is the removal of Ben's bitter comments about Reed in panel 4 of story page 21.
This story covers pages 17-19, 22-24, 26-29 and 32-33 of the issue.
This is a full-colour centrespread covering pages 20 and 21 (within the Fantastic Four story), in which Mr Fantastic [Reed Richards] explains again about the "Mighty Marvel mystery gift", whereby, once eight of the weekly coupons have been collected, they can be mailed in, for the free gift.
Contains Coupon no. 2.
Meanwhile, this week's clue to the nature of the gift is: "It's as colourful as a rainbow!"
A full-page, B&W advertisement informing readers of the bonus items for Action Man [the UK version of the G.I. Joe "action figure"] that they can get by sending in the stars to be found on the front of most AM sets (10 stars = a guard dog [an unposeable solid plastic mastiff, called Brutus if memory serves] or AM vinyl record; 15 stars = a "real" AM tie; 18 stars = a Royal Canadian Mounted Police uniform; and 21 stars = an (unclothed) Action Man). For a limited period, for 2 stars, one of four Action Man books can be received (the coupon for which rounds off the page)! The ad is accompanied by photos of all the items mentioned.
This covers page 25 of the issue, within the Fantastic Four story.
This is a full-colour reprint of the cover of Fantastic Four #2, January 1962. As with other such pin-up pages, all the original cover text has been removed, and new text written (writer and letterer unknown). As in MWoM #1, the cover is presented here as a "sizzling scene from NEXT WEEK'S "Fantastic Four" thriller", as a teaser. The colouring has also been redone.
This covers page 30 of the issue, within the Fantastic Four story.
Page 31 of the issue (within the Fantastic Four story) contains four items: the top half of the page is an ad for the KeilKraft Silver Hurricane, a "control line version of the famous wartime fighter"; the bottom right quarter is another ad (see #1) for the stamp collectors' outfit from The Bridgnorth Stamp Company of Bridgnorth, Shropshire; while the bottom left quarter is divided into two - a four-question stamp quiz with a prize packet of 25 stamps for each correct answer sent in to the Universal Stamp Co. of Goole, Yorkshire, above a box pointing readers to the Action Man ad on page 25. Ah, the low-tech children's hobbies of the 1970s ...
In an unusual editing oversight, the reference to "the Ant Man" in panel 6 of story page 5 is left intact here, despite that hero not being introduced yet into the Marvel UK universe.
This story covers pages 34-39 of the issue.