I have so many questions: How many people worked there? Was it an assembly line? Did the Finger Factory have a human resource department? Did they manufacture any thing other than life-like, severed, Caucasian fingers? Did the kids who ordered this have enough keys to warrant the purchase?
…and how could a guarantee of satisfaction actually be determined?
This twisted and probably completely successful ad appeared in The Invincible Iron Man No. 104 published by Marvel Comics in 1977.
This is back when The Golden Avenger was a second string character fighting Victor Buono knock-offs; romancing masked freaks and teaming up with SHIELD Agents in unlikely, less-than-steatlthy, golden uniforms. Iron Man was always one of my favorite characters, but the creative teams weren’t doing the character or the readers any favors.