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It was a sad end to a once glorious series. A pair of solo Wasp tales appeared in Terrific Nos. Written and drawn by Larry Lieber they came from Tales to Astonish 57 and Terrific ran only a single UK-originated series.
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Following No. It merged with companion paper Fantastic but was only a shadow of its former self. The Avengers and Dr. Strange remained, but neither of them was enjoying the best period in their history. But the spirit of Terrific failed to survive the merger. At its best, Terrific had been a pure fantasy comic that had a lighter tone than Fantastic and that appealed to a younger audience. It was, in many ways—even among the Power comics—unique.