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    Default Marvel Comics within Marvel Comics

    In the Marvel Universe there is a Marvel Comics Publishing Company, they have appeared in comics like She-Hulk (where some of the comics are legal documents - and She-Hulk says heroes sell their life story rights for royalties), in The Transformers (80's) comics (where a former employ stars for a few issues) and in Young Allies Comics 70th Anniversary Special (where we found out that during WWII the Young Allies adventures were retold in a fictional way).

    There were also MARVELS Comics, a fictional line of comics based on Marvel characters in the Marvel Universe by Marvel Comics (the real one - in real life).

    I'm looking for more comics that shows the fictional Marvel Comics in them - if there are anymore + How do you think, base on the facts shown in She-Hulk (that Marvel Comics that were published before 2002 are valid as legal documents and that She-Hulk herself is reading her first appearance issue while actual comics panels are shown), characters like Spider-Man are handled? because the comics cant really show his civilian identity, and Spidey/Peter Parker did A LOT of team-ups and crossovers

    Thanks in advance for any thoughts and information given

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    From Marvel Mystery Comics #34 (August, 1942). Art by Carl Burgos:





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    Hahaha! Sorry Fritz, but people in England already didn't take the Nazis seriously. We had our own comics that took the mickey out of Hitler and Mussolini. Hitler even had the staff of the Beano (which still exists today) and Dandy on a hitlist - he would've had the editors, writers, and artists shot had they successfully invaded England.
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    In Fantastic Four 12 Johnny is reading a Hulk Comics
    Favorite teams. Alpha Flight, Avengers, Fantastic Four, West Coast Avengers, Justice Society of America, Legion of Superheroes.

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    Stan Lee and Dan DeCarlo in Millie the Model Comics #77 (April, 1957). Art by Dan DeCarlo:






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    And in Fantastic Four Mr Fantastic goes to the Marvel Studios to give them help on a story they are working on
    Favorite teams. Alpha Flight, Avengers, Fantastic Four, West Coast Avengers, Justice Society of America, Legion of Superheroes.

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    Defenders #89 (Vol. 1) revealed that the early Patsy Walker comics published between the 40s and 60s were fictional stories based on the life of the real Patsy Walker, who became Hellcat in the mainstream Marvel Universe. We see how Patsy's mom, Dorothy, created this media empire around her daughter's persona.

    The Avengers Annual issue from 2000 had Patsy as the main character and it showed a little bit of that too, bringing back Patsy's old foe Hedy Wolfe, who was also a character in the comics, and it revealed that she had gained the legal rights over Patsy Walker Enterprises after Dorothy and Patsy (temporarily) died.

    The more recent Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! (2015~2017) book also explored that with an arc in which Patsy had to deal with Hedy again, who was now reprinting the old Patsy Walker comics.
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    The Jessica Jones show on Netflix faithfully adapted that backstory as well. They used interior artwork from a 2000s Hellcat comic.
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    Captain Britain's battle with Slaymaster in Forbidden Planet sadly damages a copy of X-Men #137. As we never see the comic in question, we don't know how similar (or not) it is to the "real" X-Men of 616 continuity.

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    Captain America drew his own comic for a time when he worked for marvel! (now that everyone knows caps id I wonder if those comics are worth more in mu as they were done by the real cap?)

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    Bryne did fantastic four comics and took part in the trial of galactus.

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    Anyone remember the several oneshots that came out years ago that were supposed to be Marvel Comics as they actually appeared within 616? The comics more or less seemed to represent how people viewed the 'real life' heroes. Thor, for example, was just a dude with tech--the Rainbow Bridge was a bit of graffiti art that disguised the hologram wall that led to the base he operated from. This article mentions some of them.
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    Fantastic Four #176 the Impossible Man arrives at the Marvel Comics office and asks them to do a comic based on him. Stan Lee reminds Jack Kirby , Roy Thomas and other staffers at that time that they did a comic with him years ago and the readers thought he looked silly. IM feels insuled and goes on a rampage throughout the place.

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    In Incredible Hulk #602 by Greg Pak & Ariel Olivetti, the Juggernaut calls Skaar "Conan" because of his look but Skaar doesn't understand the joke. At the end of the issue, Banner takes Skaar to a Comic Shop to show him who is Conan:

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    Here are a few more.

    Doom goes to marvel comics!

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    The impossible man story talked about.

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    Another cap one.

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