Never assume...because when you assume, you make an ass out of U...
Panels from Fantastic Four #166 (January 1976), script by Roy Thomas, pencils by George Perez, inks by by Vince Colletta, colors by Phil Rachelson, letters by Joe Rosen
...and Ben Grimm!
Later, Ben and the flight attendant caught the game at Shea Stadium and then went out to get pizza and a few pitchers of beer. Not that there's anything wrong with that. Because neither one of them were driving a car.
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Splash page panel from Marvel Spotlight #30 (October 1976),
script by Len Wein,
breakdowns by John Buscema,
finishes by by Joe Sinnott,
colors by Glynis Wein,
letters by Gaspar Saladino
I've often wondered if Marvel Spotlight #30 was supposed to be Thor number two-forty-something during that periodWein and Buscema were also working on the main bookand the editor just kicked it over to Marvel Spotlight instead.
EDIT on 5/22/11: Well, maybe I'm wrong there. Here's a listing from a Marvel Bullpen Bulletins from the same period (from Fantastic Four #169 (April 1976), stating that the story is being done specifically for Marvel Spotlight: