SILVER SURFER (1968) (#1-18) (MARVEL) #9 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Silver Surfer (1968) #9
"To Steal the Surfer's Soul!" is written by Stan Lee, drawn by John Buscema and inked by Dan Adkins. What price would you put on your soul? Is there anything you would accept in exchange for the eternal essence of who you are? Of course not. Souls are priceless. But Mephisto, the Lord of the Lower Depths, covets the Silver Surfer's for its purity and nobility. Souls are his stock and trade and their accumulation is the measure of Mephisto's standing in the netherworld. And in pursuit of the Surfer's soul, Mephisto sets the ghostly Flying Dutchman against our hero.

The pitched battle between ghost and skyrider ranges from high above Manhattan's lofty skyscrapers to the depths of its subway underground with neither side giving nor requesting quarter. The Flying Dutchman carries out Mephisto's orders with gusto in order to gain his eternal rest, denied him all of these years. But during the battle, when the Dutchman takes a human hostage, the Silver realizes he must not allow an innocent to perish, even in defense of his immortal soul!

GCD Data

Title: To Steal the Surfer's Soul

Featuring: Silver Surfer

Credits: Stan Lee (Script), John Buscema (Pencils), Dan Adkins (Inks), Sam Rosen (Letters).

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: MarvelTitle: SILVER SURFER (1968) (#1-18) (MARVEL)
IssueFairGoodVery GoodFineVery FineNear Mint
9 37.00 72.00 146.00 196.00 (337.00) (449.00)


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