Thanks to the powers of the Ghost of Christmas Present, Ebenezer Scrooge witnesses how, despite unfortunate circumstances or lack of money, most people (including the family of his clerk Bob Cratchit) joyously celebrate the holiday.
Then, the specter disappears, leaving Scrooge on a fog-bound London street.
But the misanthropic miser is not alone...
(C'mon, it's a Marvel book!)
Adapted by Doug Moench, based on the novella by Charles Dickens.
Credited to "Diverse Hands", the art styles I recognize include Bob Hall, Frank Giacoia, Frank Springer, Dave Cockrum, Marie Severin, Carmine Infantino, Steve Leialoha, John Romita Sr, Al Milgrom, Mike Esposito, Tom Palmer, Ron Wilson, and probably anybody who wandered into the Bullpen while this book was in production!
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