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The X-Men help with the famine relief effort charity book. A "Jam" or Jam session book where Chris Claremont, Ann Nocenti, Berni Wrightson, Jim Starlin and Jim Shooter all helped provide the basic story idea and guest writers would write a few pages and another writer would pick up where the last one stopped.

This comic book marks one of the first original Stephen King comic book written contributions. This is also one of the rare written contribution to Marvel USA from Alan Moore, who's primary Marvel work was for Marvel UK.







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To share with you coming across this book, I am an Alan Moore fan and when looking for new things to read from Moore I discovered I never read this relief comic and it also has Stephen King work with other great comic talent I have grown to love over the years.  To originally acquire this book I had to get it off ebay... I paid a fair price, but would later find this comic at one of the many used book shops in Toronto and the price was so low to say no and not buy it again.  The copy I reviewed ...

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