Mother Teresa Was a Marvel Comic Book Hero in the ’80s!

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We’ve previously featured the awesome Marvel comic book of St. John Paul II that was published in 1983.

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Well that comic book was so successful that Marvel decided to do one for Mother Teresa! Published in 1984, you can still find used copies on Amazon.

Here’s how one reviewer described it:

“Steer clear of this one if you are looking for action and wordless fights, page after page. However, if the story of how an ordinary person becomes a hero through sheer grit, faith and compassion and changes every life she touches, by all means, true believer, read on.”

Sounds awesome!

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Here’s the cover of Mother Teresa of Calcutta:

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This is the back cover:

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And here are some pics from the inside:

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