*Marvel: Following his debut in Fantastic Four, Norrin Radd, Herald of Galactus, gained popularity as a recurring guest-star, and his status was confirmed when Marvel launched the Silver Surfer’s own series in 1968. The first seven issues of his ongoing were double-sized Giants, with John Buscema’s illustrations on the Surfer, a body of work generally acknowledged to be among his finest, and, in the back, all-new Tales of the Watcher, by various artists. (The first issue, in fact, gave the never-before revealed reasons for the Watcher’s oath of non-interference.) The first run of the Surfer’s solo series has achieved cult status, with the first seven double-sized issues in particular being keenly sought out. We are delighted to have almost the complete series (1-17 of 18) back in stock. The covers of the first four (with duplicates of #1 and #3 available) are shown here: #1 VG £135, #1 GD £115 (Spine split from lower staple down), 2 VF+ p £100 (First Badoon), 3 FN/VF p £180 (1st Mephisto), 3 VG- p £75 (small lower spine split; still first Mephisto) and 4 (FN+ p £275 (Thor/Silver Surfer crossover; extremely low distribution, rare issue).