Pizza Hut's The Real Heroes #2

-There were four issues, in total, of Marvel's Real Heroes.  I only own #2, that I found at The Dirt Mall, and #3 (that I actually got AT Pizza Hut back in 1994).

#1 has The Thing, Black Panther, Jubilee, and Professor X in it.
#2 here is Wolverine, Hulk, Storm, and Namor.
#3 features Captain America, DareDevil, Falcon, and Wasp.
And #4 stars Spider-Man, Firestar, Ironman, and The Human Torch.

-Here's a commercial for them... that's blatantly ripping off Mr. Bill:

I wonder whatever happened to my plastic cup that came with it? -I'd forgotten all about it until I saw this...



See previously: #1, #25, and #50!

Happy seventy-fifth-post, Mental Organisms! 
I was recently reading Challengers of The Unknown #83-87, guest starring Swamp Thing, and Deadman- written by Gerry Conway, and penciled by Keith Giffen and Mike Nasser.  I bought them at The Flea-Market last Summer for, I think, a buck an issue...
Kirby is KING but I've never really given a fuck about The Challengers; I picked these up because I do give a fuck about the guest-stars.
These issues came out before I was born: 1977, and despite the talent involved; they really read like an older comic.  I mean, they're Bronze Age, but they feel like Silver...

-Very dated...

I've won several Friendliness Awards, myself.  I display them on a mantel.

...maybe that's the point, though?  -It's a throwback to the 50's?


But where have all the models gone to?

~So, I just read Dazzler #34 by Mike Carlin, and Geoff Isherwood... and it was...... interesting.
The whole thing kinda plays out like an episode of Jem and the Holograms.


Okay- first; an evil organization that you pay to get revenge for you has a business card?   -Subtle. 
Secondly; What could this mean? -For Christ's sake, Dazzler, really!? 
Aren't you an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. now?