Awesome Marvel Facts


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1. Marvel once published a comic about 'Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Ham' in 1983. He was a 'Spider-Pig' named Peter Porker.
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2. In one Iron Man comic, Jarvis hands a resignation letter to Tony--it was a real resignation letter from one of the Marvel artists.
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3. Marvel has a superhero named Throg. He is a frog that has the power of Thor.
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4. A planned Marvel story arc would have featured Princess Diana returning from the dead and joining the X-Men.
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5. Marvel and DC trademarked the word "superhero" in the 1960s.
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6. The Marvel publisher overseeing Stan Lee in the 60s thought Spider-Man would be a flop.
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7. The Black Panther is the richest superhero out of all the Marvel and DC characters, with an estimated value of $500 billion.

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