"Pow!" was a weekly British comic published by Odhams Press under the Power Comics imprint. It first appeared on 14 January 1967, and with its 53rd issue on 13 January 1968 it merged with its sister title "Wham!". The 86th and final issue of "Pow!" appeared on 7 September 1968, after which it was merged into "Smash!". Like other Power Comics, "Pow!" supplemented its British content with reprints from American Marvel Comics, including "Spider-Man" and (after the merger with "Wham!") "The Fantastic Four".

It is unrelated to "POW! Entertainment", an American media production company.

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