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Dear Scott,
QUESTPROBE I 11 great comic. First
the Hulk, then Spider-Man and now the FF.
What a line-up. Putting It on a computer Is
1ust another btllllent Idea However, I have a
Commodore llic-20, end I would really like
to get it on tape for \he Vlc--20. Keep up the
good work. I'm looking forward I the ne
issues of QUE TPROBE.
Denny Bertineto
Gloucester, Ontario
QUESTPROBE requll'N eomputer
with a minimum of 16k of memory to
run. The standard Vfc-20 haa only 5k of
memory. Since very hlw people ever get
the memory expansion to 16k for the
Vic-20, I doubt we will evtll' put QUEST
PROBE on the Vlc-20. Sorry.

Dear Awe ome, Terrific Scott Adams,


I can't tell you how much I love the
CUESTl'ROBE maxl-!J rlesl I've only re
ntly gotter1 Into computers, but I hav
en collecting coml for about tw y ars.
H re' a list of the super heroes I think
sh uld appBBr In th ClUESTPROBE serl :
X-Men Thor, Rom, Ooclor !range, le
man, Juggernaut, Alpha Flight and Magn
to. Thanks !or a gr a\ setl and keep Up
the good wotkl Pie s t II me Which one t
these la 9oin to appear 111 upcoming I
sues of CUESTPR BE
Rutis I Charette
Cl 'II , CA
Only tlm wlll

II, Russel.

Oe r
rt,
I think QUESTPROBE Is the best thing
since II
bread! After reading Issue #2,
I Immediately called Adventure lntema
tlonal (your company) and ordered the
game for both issue 1 and 21 To my dis
appolntmehl, the games Wete not out yet,
but they told m HULK would be out In early
January, '85 and SPIDER-MAN sometime
in latet January. I can't waltll And I'm going
to keep ordering the games for each Issue
as long as the stars of the Issue are good
(this qualifies just about everyone).
Now for the suggestions (by the way, the
comic is superb). I would like to see another
Spidey. Issue and the X-Men also. I would
like to se Alpha Flight and Thor, plus De
fenders, Avengers, Iron Man and maybe
Power P ck.
Scott, thanks for your time. I will be on
the lookout for the upcoming Issues. 111
then, may the Eye of the Vishanti watch
over you and protect you (which reminds
me, I wouldn't mind seeing Doctor Strange
In an issue).
Scott Friedman
Medford Lakes, NJ
As you I dy know, Scott, the QUEST
PROBE gamM #1 nd #2 relened

just around tM '14 C:hrlatmea ...aon. I

hope you enjoyed theml I ortglnallr told


you that Commodore was going to be

the to bring the pnlM lo mMUI.


Commodore,
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ketfng eoftwtlN lot other then their own
computara. So, unlen eomethlng ~
11gafn, - herw at Adventure lnlern9tlon1I wlll be once again publlllhlng
.,.,... of
dm.r.nt
aomputmra, . . hope fine them
out concurrent with the comic book . .
..... clmteal At lhfa tl1119 the following
different computer formeta re being
IMde: Commodore dlek a _. CM;
Diak Plua/4; -..pe C16, Atllrl 800 nd
800xl Diak, IBM dlak PC ncl PCJr, Apple
2 (111 modela) Diak.

Dear Scott,
I live in a very small town where there are
no stores that feature computers. How can I
get any of your games? There are larger

..,,.. planning llft on1J lle llldlll

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now, 'fttmmy, IM If w
g9ttlng euch g,_. 1111111, ""

wtm might hmppen?

Dear Marvel,
I am enjoying the QUESTPROBE 98ile8
Y8fY tnudl, If I have read correctly, the llioGeln la 8 legendary evll that WM braMrl
down Into many small gems, each gain enslaved by a Natter Energy Egg. The thing
that gets me Is that When anyone or anything gets near the gem the energy egg
blows It off the planet it's on. Why wouldn't
the previous race have just used the Natter
Energy Egg to destroy the Bio-Gem completely In the first place?
Jeff House
Carol Stream, ILL
Good question, Jatf, and one that'
QOlng to be explained ""' _,,_ So all
we can say now Ill, keep reading!
Dear Mr. Adams,
When exactly does each QUESTPROBE
game come out? And will I have to get all
twelve games to fully undenlland all the
my rt provided?
Tony Wolf
Rockville Center, NY

cltlea hearby, but my mom Won't drive me to


them ju t to ge game. I love comics and
computer What should I do?
Andre blamunsch
Shelby, MT

You e11n call our


nd order them di

1-tr. order Une


from ua: (ICllO)

3277172.
Dear Marvel,
I think #2 of QUESTPROBE was the
best comic I've readl I would like to see in
the future X-Men, Captain America, Daredevil, Sub-Mariner, Avengers and Defenders.
Merk Rawlings
Xenia, OH
Scott,
I missed the first issue of the QUEST
PROBE comic and wonder if I can obtain it
through either you or Marvel.
Charles Rylee
Rosharon, TX
Neither Merwl nor Adventure Intern.
tlonal have any back lasuea for aala. But
there are mmny mmny fine comic book
dealers who do Hll back luuea, many
of which are advertlHd In Marvel Comics.
Dear Scott,
Thanks for a great comic! The combination of computer and comic Is a great Idea.
Why not let QUESTPROBE be e continuing
oomlc book Instead of a llmlted eerles?
Tommy Tucker
Harwood, MD

Emch game can be nJoyed n lta own,


Tony. But
h game fa alao equipped
with a pmworcl, If you win. All of the
paaworda conrwct to give you an extrw
aurprl In the i.t gmme.
Dear Scott,
I think that the Idea of combining comlo
books and c:omputer11 la an lnganlOWI one.
In y011r letter column of QUESTPROBE #2
I saw list of computere lh
UESTPROBE eottware will run on. I wae woncteting If the QUESTPROBE software WIU Nn
on Iha TRS 80 Color Computer 2 on tape?
Cary Davis

Monck& Corner, SC
Not mt this time, Cary. If we coma out
with mnythlng on the color oompuw at

Wiii probllbly be dlak-0.Md.


Dear Ouestprobers,
Is the device used to block Spider-Man'
spider sense on the market?
James Gan.tlpee
Salem, OR

We haven't tt In any of the


recently, James, but If you're ,.11y.11Wn
on finding one, - can give you Mya.
tarfo'a phone number. Keep In touch!
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not mention. Fair enoughl After all, you are


the official representative of the largest,
most successful comics company in the
world and you deserve the respect that
. . . _ - comes w ith that position. So I've decided
not Ip mention the time I talked you Into
"A Non-Radioactive Reply To Jim Shooter
CENSORED
Greetings, patrons of the comic artsl Bob
Don't worry, Jim, I wouldn 't dream of sayLayton here. Most of you dedicated Marvel
readers probably know me from my stint on ing a thing about any of that stuff.
Iron Man (with David Mlchelinie) , or from my
contribution as writer I artist on the two suc- "Mr. Marvel Va. The Media"
Jim, in my opinion, gets a bad break from
cessful Hercules Limited Series. Or, perhaps, you've heard tell of me In this very the fan press. They call him "opinionated, "
column. You see, for years now In this " stubborn" and "thick-headed" - and they
column, you've been treated to Jim's con- even say a few things that aren't truel But
stant harrassment of me. He has accused soon, Marvel readers will be able to discover
me of being a radioactive nuclear terrorist the whole story about his relationship with
clone - he has informed the general public the fan press 1n Jim's soon-to-be-released
that I am, in truth, a xerox-rephcated autobiography entitled - " I'm Okay . .
entity - he created the bogus organization You 'ra Scum/"
B .LA.D .D.E .R.S. (Bob Layton Antl-Defamation and Defense Elite Revenge Squad) "Better Homes and Garbage"
which, while Ineptly " defending" me, actu
Jim Shooter is a man of many talents. One
ally caused me further embarassment of them, however, Is not housekeeping. On
and to make matters worse, In Mark Gruen- more than one occasion, I've visited Jim at
wald's question of the month feature, he his " Luxury Condo" in midtown Manhattan.
casts aspersions on my relationship with the His home can best be described like this :
Law-Enforcement authorities! But the last Imagine a four hundred foot tall bag lady.
straw was when he tried to get rid of me in Then, Imagine her bag tearing, the contents
the fraudulent "Win a Dream Date with Bob of which lands indiscriminately around the
Layton Contest!" (I wound up with twin whereabouts of our Editor in Chief. J im reRumanian sisters who had moustaches mains unaffected by all the clutter, being
thicker than Stan Lee'sl I didn't even know consumed by the dedication to his job.
anyone in Rumanla read Marvel Comics!)
When I visited him last April, I exclaimed,
Well, I've had it, Big Guyl Now - the " Aren't you ever goln~ to clean up this
gloves are off/ Let me tell you readers a few place?" Jim replied, 'Why bother? My
intimate details about my pal, my close per- mother is coming to visit in July. She'll tidy it
sonal friend - Jim Shooterl
upl"

"Not Flt For Print"


Okay, Jim - I know there are certain
facts about your personal life you'd rather I

"We're very proud of our Editor In Chief!"


Well .. . I feel so much better, having f;JOI
ten this off my chest. And despite his httle

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0 CONAN THE BARBARIAN #178
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of a Hero," by STAN LEE and JOHN
ROMITA, SR., from Amazing Spider-Man
# 42.
D ROM #72 - A Secret Wars II cross-overt
0 XMEN#199
0 MOON K.NIGHT #5
0 POWER MAN / IRON FIST #120
0 SOLOMON KANE (limited Serles) #2
0 BALDER THE BRAVE (Limited Serles)
#1 - From the pages of Thor and Into his
ownseriesl
0 G.l. JOE#41
0 NIGHTCRAWLER (Umlted Serles) #1 The adventures of that wor1d famous X-Man,
as tokl by DAVE COCKRUM I
0 ETERNALS (Umlted Serles) #2
0 FANTASTIC FOUR ANNUAL #19- The
Skrulls aren't the only villains in this cross
over with the Avengers Annual # 141
0 PETER PARKER, THE SPECTACULAR
SPIDER-MAN #108
0 DEFENDERS #149
0 FANTASTIC FOUR #284 - With the last
appearance of the Invisible Giri l
0 STAR WARS #101
0 THOR#381
0 TRANSFORMERS #10
0 SECRET WARS II (Umlted Serlea)#5 The Beyonder plunges Into the dark side of
humanity, and the world trembles! Featuring
Doctor Strange, the Thing, Fantastic Four,
and the East and West Coast Avengers!
0 IRON MAN #200 - Special double-sized
anniversary Issue that answers the question,
"Who will wear the armor?"
0 AMAZING SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL #19 You won 't believe what happens when Mary
Jane Is suspected of being Spider-Mani
0 THE OFFICIAL MARVEL INDEX TO THE
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #8 - Everything
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DAREDEVIL #224
NEW MUTANTS #33
WEB OF SPIDER-MAN #8
WEST COAST AVENGERS #2 - Continuing the cross-over with Vision and
Scarlet Witch/
CLOAK AND DAGGER #3
RED SONJA: THE MOVIE (Umlted Serles)
#1 - Beginning the official Marvel
adaptation by LOUISE SIMONSON and
MAAY WILSHIRE!
RAWHIDE KID (Umlted Serles) #4
SQUADRON SUPREME (limited Serles)
#3
QUESTPROBE (Umlted Serles) #3 Featuring the Thing and the Human Torch
In the latest adventure In the SCOTT ADAMS
computer game seriesl
CONAN THE KING #31
LIFE OF CAPTAIN MARVEL (Umlted
Serles) #4 - Reprinting the late Captain's
life, as told by JIM STARLIN.
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #'ZTO
CAPTAIN AMERICA #311
POWER PACK #18
MICRONAUTS #14
ALPHA FLIGHT #28 - Not oroly Is this
a Secret Wars /I Issue, It's also a startling
cross-over with lncredlble Hulk #313/
INDIANA JONES #32 .
DAZZLER #40 - A Secret Wars II cross
over I
RED SONJA #11 - The comlcl
LONGSHOT (Umlted Serles) #3
VISION AND SCARLET WITCH (Umlted
Serles) #2 - Concluding the cross-over
with the West Coast Avengers/
AVENGERS ANNUAL #14 - The Skrulls
are luridng In this cross-over with the FF
Annual #141
INCREDIBLE HULK #313 - This Is ltl
The ultimate cross-over with Alpha Flight
#281
AVENGERS #261 - Will the Beyonder

faults, he's been the best friend any radioactive terrorist could ask for. I only hope that,
now, we can bury the hatchet and get on
with being two and a half of the most creative
urbanites In the comics Industry. " What do
you say, Big Guy?"

"Now back to Jim Shooter"


Thank you, Bob. And now, it's my great
pleasura to announce - The Mighty Marvel " Take a Radioactive Terrorist Xerox
Replicant to Lunch In Ruman/a Contest!"
Details In next month 's Bullpen Bulletins.

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DOCTOR WHO #14
EPIC COMICS
DREADSTAR AND COMPANY #5
MOONSHADOW (Umlted Serles) #4
SWORDS OF THI: SWASHBUCKLERS #3
- Mutiny!
GROO THE WANDERER #9
BLACK DRAGON (Umlted Serles) #5
THE ONE (Umlted Serles) #2 - One
meets the Otherl
ELFQUEST #4
COYOTE#14
EPIC ILLUSTRATED #32 - " The Cerebus
Portfolio" by DAVE SIM, plus more graphic
adventures by BYRNE & AUSTIN,
GOODWIN & GELDOFF, BRYANT &
KIMBALL, WHEATLEY and CONRADI

STAR COMICS
PLANET TERRY #8 - Prisoners on
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PETER PORKER, THE SPECTACULAR
SPIDER-HAM #4
EWOKS #4 - Trapped In the castle of the
lceWltchl
WALLYTHEWIZARD#B
ROYAL ROY #4 - Engaged to Loma
LootlYukl
MUPPET BABIES #4
GETALONG GANG #4 - Meet Wellington
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Meadow I
MARVEL MAGAZINES
MARVEL AGE #32
MARVEL FANFARE #23 - The end of the
Iron Man adventure written by McKENZIE,
painted by STEACYI
SAVAGE SWORD OF CONAN #117
SAVAGE TALES #1 - It's back and more
savage than everl
GRAPHIC NOVEL
GN #18: SHE-HULK - Romance with
Wyatt Wlngfoot, action with SHIELDI By
JOHN BYRNE, Inked by KIM DeMULOER.

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